MEMPHIS SCHULZE

MEMPHIS SCHULZE

MEMPHIS SCHULZE

MEMPHIS SCHULZE

MEMPHIS SCHULZE

b. 1944 in Düsseldorf, DE – 2008 in Berlin, DE

b. 1944 in Düsseldorf, DE – 2008 in Berlin, DE

b. 1944 in Düsseldorf, DE – 2008 in Berlin, DE

b. 1944 in Düsseldorf, DE – 2008 in Berlin, DE

b. 1944 in Düsseldorf, DE –
2008 in Berlin, DE

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MEMPHIS SCHULZE
DREI MAL DREI HERZEN, 1990
Acrylics on photo carton, 100 x 70 cm

MEMPHIS SCHULZE
DREI MAL DREI HERZEN, 1990
Acrylics on photo carton, 100 
x 70 cm

MEMPHIS SCHULZE
DREI MAL DREI HERZEN, 1990
Acrylics on photo carton, 100 x 70 cm

MEMPHIS SCHULZE
DREI MAL DREI HERZEN, 1990
Acrylics on photo carton, 100 x 70 cm

MEMPHIS SCHULZE
DREI MAL DREI HERZEN, 1990
Acrylics on photo carton, 100 x 70 cm

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MEMPHIS SCHULZE
HERR NATÜRLICH (WITH SIGMAR POLKE), 1976-80
Casein, spraypaint & nettle, 260 x 190 cm

MEMPHIS SCHULZE
HERR NATÜRLICH (WITH SIGMAR POLKE), 1976-80
Casein, spraypaint & nettle, 260 x 190 cm

MEMPHIS SCHULZE
HERR NATÜRLICH (WITH SIGMAR POLKE), 1976-80
Casein, spraypaint & nettle, 260 x 190 cm

MEMPHIS SCHULZE
HERR NATÜRLICH (WITH SIGMAR POLKE), 1976-80
Casein, spraypaint & nettle, 260 x 190 cm

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MEMPHIS SCHULZE
CLIFF, 1973
Casein on photo canvas, 110 x 115 cm
MEMPHIS SCHULZE
CLIFF, 1973
Casein on photo canvas, 110 x 115 cm


MEMPHIS SCHULZE
CLIFF, 1973, Casein on photo canvas, 110 x 115 cm
MEMPHIS SCHULZE
CLIFF, 1973, Casein on photo canvas, 110 x 115 cm
Memphis Schulze, 1990, Untitled, Acrylic on paper, 127 x 100 cm
MEMPHIS SCHULZE
UNTITLED, 1990
Acrylic on paper, 127 x 100 cm
MEMPHIS SCHULZE
UNTITLED, 1990
Acrylic on paper, 127 x 100 cm
MEMPHIS SCHULZE
UNTITLED, 1990
Acrylic on paper, 127 x 100 cm
MEMPHIS SCHULZE
UNTITLED, 1990, Acrylic on paper, 127 x 100 cm
MEMPHIS SCHULZE
UNTITLED, 1990, Acrylic on paper, 127 x 100 cm

MEMPHIS SCHULZE

Memphis Schulze began to create the most varied and unconventional works at the end of the 1960s. Using elements of Pop Art, his artistic approach was connected to the rebellious spirit of the time. In the 1970s Sigmar Polke and Memphis Schulze worked closely. The mutual inspiration is crucial for using different techniques freely within one work. Memphis Schulze's multilayered working methods reveal the insignia of his time: music culture and a revolutionary attitude, which developed in the artist pub and scene meeting point ‘Ratinger Hof’ in the 1970s and early 1980s. The libertarian spirit of 1968 as well as of the punk generation swirls through Schulze's work; characters from comic books meet heroes from ancient mythology, pin-ups stand next to romantic figures and realistic depiction meets free abstraction.
MEMPHIS SCHULZE

Memphis Schulze began to create the most varied and unconventional works at the end of the 1960s. Using elements of Pop Art, his artistic approach was connected to the rebellious spirit of the time. In the 1970s Sigmar Polke and Memphis Schulze worked closely. The mutual inspiration is crucial for using different techniques freely within one work. Memphis Schulze's multilayered working methods reveal the insignia of his time: music culture and a revolutionary attitude, which developed in the artist pub and scene meeting point ‘Ratinger Hof’ in the 1970s and early 1980s. The libertarian spirit of 1968 as well as of the punk generation swirls through Schulze's work; characters from comic books meet heroes from ancient mythology, pin-ups stand next to romantic figures and realistic depiction meets free abstraction.
MEMPHIS SCHULZE

Memphis Schulze began to create the most varied and unconventional works at the end of the 1960s. Using elements of Pop Art, his artistic approach was connected to the rebellious spirit of the time. In the 1970s Sigmar Polke and Memphis Schulze worked closely. The mutual inspiration is crucial for using different techniques freely within one work. Memphis Schulze's multilayered working methods reveal the insignia of his time: music culture and a revolutionary attitude, which developed in the artist pub and scene meeting point ‘Ratinger Hof’ in the 1970s and early 1980s. The libertarian spirit of 1968 as well as of the punk generation swirls through Schulze's work; characters from comic books meet heroes from ancient mythology, pin-ups stand next to romantic figures and realistic depiction meets free abstraction.
MEMPHIS SCHULZE

Memphis Schulze began to create the most varied and unconventional works at the end of the 1960s. Using elements of Pop Art, his artistic approach was connected to the rebellious spirit of the time. In the 1970s Sigmar Polke and Memphis Schulze worked closely. The mutual inspiration is crucial for using different techniques freely within one work. Memphis Schulze's multilayered working methods reveal the insignia of his time: music culture and a revolutionary attitude, which developed in the artist pub and scene meeting point ‘Ratinger Hof’ in the 1970s and early 1980s. The libertarian spirit of 1968 as well as of the punk generation swirls through Schulze's work; characters from comic books meet heroes from ancient mythology, pin-ups stand next to romantic figures and realistic depiction meets free abstraction.
MEMPHIS SCHULZE

Memphis Schulze began to create the most varied and unconventional works at the end of the 1960s. Using elements of Pop Art, his artistic approach was connected to the rebellious spirit of the time. In the 1970s Sigmar Polke and Memphis Schulze worked closely. The mutual inspiration is crucial for using different techniques freely within one work. Memphis Schulze's multilayered working methods reveal the insignia of his time: music culture and a revolutionary attitude, which developed in the artist pub and scene meeting point ‘Ratinger Hof’ in the 1970s and early 1980s. The libertarian spirit of 1968 as well as of the punk generation swirls through Schulze's work; characters from comic books meet heroes from ancient mythology, pin-ups stand next to romantic figures and realistic depiction meets free abstraction.

Königsallee 27 & 31
40212 Düsseldorf, Germany

Königsallee 27 & 31 

40212 Düsseldorf, Germany

Königsallee 27 & 31 

40212 Düsseldorf, Germany

+49 (0)211 82827171
info(at)setareh-gallery.com

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