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Alexander Lufer

Joined Artfinder: Aug. 2020

Artworks for sale: 46

Germany

About Alexander Lufer

 
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  • Biography

    My name is Alexander Lufer and I create art as long as I remember myself. I work in series, for me it is the best way to develop my style and avoid staying framed or pressured by one conception. During the last 10 years of my work I have been concentrating on technologies and how they influence art. You can not imagine today’s mankind without digital technologies. So I focus on breaking the barrier between conventional traditional art and new technologies. I assert the primacy of form, its liberation and potential. State of the art technologies make it possible to create a form that was inaccessible to the creators of previous generations, to go beyond prototypes and labels of meaning. An artist is no longer obliged to copy, reflexing and interpreting the reality, now more than ever he is able to create something fundamentally new. Just as the Internet freed up the text, allowing everyone to be the author and publisher, development of technology freed up the form, making it independent from nature, subordinating it to human imagination or artificial intelligence. Plastic arts like sculpture, painting, design etc. deal not only with form, but also with ideas, emotions and feelings. But the form was always much more important for plastic art than for example for music or literature.


    I believe that  It is very likely that the digital revolution taking place before our eyes will radically change art. And if I'm lucky, I can reflect these changes in my paintings.


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  • Education

    1985 - 1989

    Saint-Petersburg State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering

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    Event: ARTBOX PROJECT ZÜRICH 2.0

    Dates: Aug. 20, 2020 - Aug. 24, 2020

    Venue: Art Box Project 2.0, Miami

    Swiss Art Expo

    Event: Art-Verkostung

    Dates: July 3, 2020 - July 25, 2020

    Venue: The Living Gallery, Berlin

    Gemeinschaftsausstellung "Art-Verkostung" ein. An der Ausstellung nehmen Künstler und Künstlerinnen teil: Maya Aschinyants | Desi Deneva | Zoula Fürst | Andreas Geissel | Tatjana Deynekina | Roman Ekimov | Valery Kungurov | Alexander Lufer | Natalia Mokhovikova | Ilse Orinska | Torsten Schindler | Ljudmila Yakunina

    Event: Ohne Worte

    Dates: Jan. 10, 2020 - Jan. 29, 2020

    Venue: The Living Gallery, Berlin

    Erotic in art
    Adrian Ampar (Abhasien, Suhumi) | Blonay Fuchs (Berlin) | Jorge César Sáenz Gómez (Kuba, Trinidad) | Tatiana Deinekina (Berlin) | Desi Deneva (Bulgarien, Sophia) | GABRIEL (Köln) | Jürgen Gässler (Berlin) | Andreas GEISSEL (Berlin) | Alexander Lufer (Deutschland) | Michaela Mahle (Berlin) | Sergey Shulga (Berlin) | Boriana Pertchinska (Berlin) | Sergey Vorzhev (Russland, Krasnodar) | Constanze Wiechert (Berlin) | Mayya ASHINYANTS (Berlin)

    Event: Brilliant Show

    Dates: July 1, 2019 - July 31, 2019

    Venue: NYA Gallery, New York

    With Work "The Last Party"

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Education

1985 - 1989

Saint-Petersburg State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering


There are no upcoming events

Show previous events Hide previous events

Previous events

Event: ARTBOX PROJECT ZÜRICH 2.0

Dates: Aug. 20, 2020 - Aug. 24, 2020

Venue: Art Box Project 2.0, Miami

Swiss Art Expo

Event: Art-Verkostung

Dates: July 3, 2020 - July 25, 2020

Venue: The Living Gallery, Berlin

Gemeinschaftsausstellung "Art-Verkostung" ein. An der Ausstellung nehmen Künstler und Künstlerinnen teil: Maya Aschinyants | Desi Deneva | Zoula Fürst | Andreas Geissel | Tatjana Deynekina | Roman Ekimov | Valery Kungurov | Alexander Lufer | Natalia Mokhovikova | Ilse Orinska | Torsten Schindler | Ljudmila Yakunina

Event: Ohne Worte

Dates: Jan. 10, 2020 - Jan. 29, 2020

Venue: The Living Gallery, Berlin

Erotic in art
Adrian Ampar (Abhasien, Suhumi) | Blonay Fuchs (Berlin) | Jorge César Sáenz Gómez (Kuba, Trinidad) | Tatiana Deinekina (Berlin) | Desi Deneva (Bulgarien, Sophia) | GABRIEL (Köln) | Jürgen Gässler (Berlin) | Andreas GEISSEL (Berlin) | Alexander Lufer (Deutschland) | Michaela Mahle (Berlin) | Sergey Shulga (Berlin) | Boriana Pertchinska (Berlin) | Sergey Vorzhev (Russland, Krasnodar) | Constanze Wiechert (Berlin) | Mayya ASHINYANTS (Berlin)

Event: Brilliant Show

Dates: July 1, 2019 - July 31, 2019

Venue: NYA Gallery, New York

With Work "The Last Party"


 

Biography

My name is Alexander Lufer and I create art as long as I remember myself. I work in series, for me it is the best way to develop my style and avoid staying framed or pressured by one conception. During the last 10 years of my work I have been concentrating on technologies and how they influence art. You can not imagine today’s mankind without digital technologies. So I focus on breaking the barrier between conventional traditional art and new technologies. I assert the primacy of form, its liberation and potential. State of the art technologies make it possible to create a form that was inaccessible to the creators of previous generations, to go beyond prototypes and labels of meaning. An artist is no longer obliged to copy, reflexing and interpreting the reality, now more than ever he is able to create something fundamentally new. Just as the Internet freed up the text, allowing everyone to be the author and publisher, development of technology freed up the form, making it independent from nature, subordinating it to human imagination or artificial intelligence. Plastic arts like sculpture, painting, design etc. deal not only with form, but also with ideas, emotions and feelings. But the form was always much more important for plastic art than for example for music or literature.


I believe that  It is very likely that the digital revolution taking place before our eyes will radically change art. And if I'm lucky, I can reflect these changes in my paintings.


 
 
 
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