STICHTING REMÉ
ART FOUNDATION

Jörg Remé | Works 1968 - 1975


The development of the 'artificial figures' and their landscapes


As a young artist, Remé had the ambition to find a complete new style in painting without cutting off the sources of inspiration of his avant-garde contemporaries and the great masters of the past. In 1968, his consciousnous as an artist was enlightened by the sudden emergence of the unique 'artificial figure'. In developing this characteristic 'figure', he was able to make a break with the traditional rules of anatomy and naturalistic representation, and to connect the expressive techniques from Western art history and those of other civilizations.

"Badkamer met geiser"

Oil-colours
1970
155x135cm

"Pissoir"

Oil-colours
1970
160x140cm

"Kleine badkamer"

Oil-colours
1969
120x100cm


"Figuur met haarnet"

Oil-colours
1969
45x35cm

"Geiser"

Oil-colours
1970
139x119cm

"Envoyé"

Water-colour with colour-pencil
1968
37,5x33cm