Thomas Scheibitz

German , 1968 -

Thomas Scheibitz' unique conceptual language bridges the realms of figuration and abstraction. Drawing from classical painting and architecture, the contemporary urban landscape, and popular culture, the artist deconstructs and recombines signs, images, shapes, and architectural fragments in ways that challenge traditional contexts and interpretations.

The overarching flatness and fragmentation reining in Schebitz's œuvre renders the viewer with a feeling of disjointedness and completion all at once. The particular manner of his works is reminiscent of the early 20th century movements, such as cubism, constructivism and the leading principles of Bauhaus, all the while remaining ingenious and socially relevant.

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