RENATA FRANZKY, Lockdown 1, The Book, 170x120 cm 66,93x47,24
RENATA FRANZKY, GERMANY
works as an artist in Munich, Germany. Born in Central Asia with mother from Asia and father from Europe, she grew up with and between two completely different cultures, their myths, symbols, and rituals. This still has an impact in her art today. The love for strong colors and staging from her Central Asian side and her quiet, subtle element side of the European influence are evident in her work.
This is how she processes her cross-culture identity between Western Europe and her original home in the East, with which she feels closely connected, in her art.
Her figurative art is representational and abstract at the same time. Apparently opposing elements such as line and surface are united in a single picture. The unspoken and invisible, was made visible through the concrete representation and line. In her Art with topics as human being, everyday life, loneliness, isolation, but also soulfulness in gestures of daily life, concentrates Renata Franzky in spaces, colors and graphic elements. Thereby the line adopts the graphical layer true to the motto “the line is the human itself”.
Since her first solo exhibition in the City Gallery Bad Reichenhall in Germany in 2016 her works were presented internationally in several places such as Germany, France (Paris), Britain (London), Luxembourg, Italy (Florence, Venice), and Austria in different exhibitions, gallery shows and Biennales.