The works listed below are a partial extract of the artistic works of Tenzin Trepp.
For special and unknown works please contact the artist with the contact form below.
All paintings are included by "shadow frames" from real wood.
Tenzin C. Trepp (born February 4, 1983 in Thun, Switzerland) is a swiss painter, illustrator, graphic designer,
musician, entrepreneur and photographer who prefers the artistic underground.
His paintings are usually in large format (over 100cm wide) on natural wood on a wooden wedge canvas and with a shadow picture frame from real wood. The painting technique is mostly water-resistant acrylic paint combined with additional mixing techniques.
The beauty of a picture has been assumed since the beginning of art. Since the time of modernity, the concept of beauty has shifted and expanded markedly. Since the modern age, "ugliness", that is, horror and cruelty, has been included in art. In modernity, beauty can be described simultaneously with the horror without being less plausible. Many times, the expression becomes more authentic and realistic rather than a stylized, purely fictional beauty. The combinations of difficult to comprehend ideas can be a very desirable discipline.
The "interesting picture" is free from morality. It is neither good nor evil, neither simply beautiful, nor simply ugly. It is meant to arouse interest; Whether positive or negative. It can be shocking, since the combination of the picture elements is little known and only fits badly into already existing patterns. The breaking away from familiar and loving structures and considerations leads to uncertainty, but at the same time also new and unknown become visible.
The next exhibitions will be announced here.
As a rule, the artist is always present at the vernissage of an exhibition.
Unfortunately, no exhibitions are currently planned.
You can find photos from past group and individual exhibitions under the link above.
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I would be happy to provide you with information on exhibiting requests.
Please use the contact form.