Benjamin Appel, ‘Fish in the Flowerbed 花圃中的鱼’, 2017, PIFO Gallery

About Benjamin Appel

A student of Thomas Zipp, Benjamin Appel envisions the intersection of painting, sculpture, and everyday objects in his practice. His works across mediums bear strong visual and thematic resemblances, characterized by a tendency towards minimal forms, architectural geometry, and unglamorous or untraditional media—drawing an allegiance with Arte Povera, Appel frequently uses the unfinished surfaces of concrete, earth, soil, old furniture, and wood. His thickly built-up oil paintings have a similar tactility, but are even more austere in form and color palette.

German, b. 1978, Augsburg, Germany, based in Leipzig, Germany

Solo Shows on Artsy

2017
Flowerbed in the Cellar, PIFO Gallery, Beijing

Group Shows on Artsy

2017
Decade: Abstract Art 10, PIFO Gallery, Beijing