Jochen Mühlenbrink
Born 1980 in Freiburg im Breisgau, Germany
© Photo by Lars Beusker

Jochen Mühlenbrink is a German painter. By executing seemingly natural optic effects in paint, his works are investigating the ambiguity of reality and visual boundaries. They are depictions of physical reality and fictitious images at the same time. We can never be sure, what we see, what we really look at. And even if we recognize an artistic illusion, our idea of reality is upset: we are simultaneously convinced by the power and autonomy of pure paint. Mühlenbrink seems to test the limits of perception and testifies the unlimited possibilities of painting.

"Time, to meet the stranger in oneself."

Jochen Mühlenbrink
Düsseldorf, Germany. June 27, 2020

The Grand LT (2020)

280 x 200 cm, oil on canvas

The Grand LT (2020)

280 x 200 cm, oil on canvas

Installation view in Kunstmuseum Solingen, Germany (2020)
Foto by Johannes Bendzulla

The Grand TP (2020)

280 x 200 cm, oil on canvas

Tape Over (Las Meninas) (2009-2019)

205 x 170 cm, oil on canvas

Dawn (2019)

200 x 300 cm, oil on canvas

Window Widow (2019)

150 x 180 cm, oil on canvas

Untitled WP (2018)

180 x 150 cm, oil on canvas

KOL (WP) (2018)

80 x 100 cm, oil on canvas