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Train wreck at Montparnasse (October 22, 1895) by Studio Lévy and Sons.
Train wreck at Montparnasse (October 22, 1895) by Studio Lévy and Sons.

Christian Ludwig Attersee (aka hristian Ludwig) (born 28 August 1940 in Pressburg (Bratislava)), was an Austrian painter.

After his stay in Upper Austria (among other things to Attersee - therefore it the artist name) spent youth, studied he 1957 - 63 to "Academy for Applied Art Vienna “with E. the Bäumer, off 1966 in close contact with Viennese Actionism. At the beginning of the object and action art intimate, he strove under integration of music, language, photography, film etc. a new form synthesis of the arts of the s (object inventions like „food ball “and „foodblue “, „the object Vagina “, „prosthesis alphabet “, „Attersteck “and „saliva hue “). Become later of it it designs and board pictures (usually in acryl painting) over the topics Sexualität and nature experience characteristically. Its works are characterized by figure-aluminum-symbolic style, bright colors and dynamic brush line. Often doppelbödige associations and fantasies of one - just as individualistischen as nevertheless also very Austrian - view of the things with slope to sexual Persiflage and thematischer banality. Frequently also the framework is included into the work or embedded to find text elements into the representation. Its exhibitions are usually arranged as productions with music and literature (partly common with artist friends). Attersee represented Austria 1984 with Biennale in Venice, is belonged since 1992 professor at the university for applied art in Vienna and to the internationally usually-considered Austrian artists.

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