Leonhard Hurzlmeier

Leonhard Hurzlmeier is a young German painter whose work lies between the worlds of geometric abstraction and representational painting. To complicate matters further, his traditional application of paint immediately calls to mind ​familiar techniques of early 20th century art. He injects his works with ​an emotional heft you​ might not expect from a subject​ that, at first glance, might look more like a character from a video game​. H​is paintings achieve a tension between mathematically derived forms and the countless imperfections in the tiny curves and lines that manage to bring​ these very forms to life. At the heart of all of Leo's portraits is a kind of humor one experiences in daily life…a humor that hints at existential conflict without forgetting that at the end of the day we all have to floss and do a little yoga.

Leonhard Hurlzmeier (b. 1983) has exhibited at Andreas Grimm, Munchen and Rachel Uffner, New York.

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