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"St. Pierre Fish", Oil & Acrylic Collage/Canvas, Year: 2017, 37,4" by 37,4" (95 by 95 cm), EUR 3.900,00
"St. Pierre Fish", Oil & Acrylic Collage/Canvas, Year: 2017, 37,4" by 37,4" (95 by 95 cm), EUR 3.900,00
"St. Pierre Fish", Oil & Acrylic Collage/Canvas, Year: 2017, 37,4" by 37,4" (95 by 95 cm), EUR 3.900,00
"Duerer Glamour", Oil Collage/Canvas, Year: 2018, Width by Height 47,2" by 31,5" (120 by 80 cm), EUR 3.900,00
"Duerer Glamour", Oil Collage/Canvas, Year: 2018, Width by Height 47,2" by 31,5" (120 by 80 cm), EUR 3.900,00
"Duerer Glamour", Oil Collage/Canvas, Year: 2018, Width by Height 47,2" by 31,5" (120 by 80 cm), EUR 3.900,00
"Labyrinth", Oil & Acrylic Collage/Canvas, Year: 2017, 37,4" by 37,4" (95 by 95 cm), EUR 3.900,00
"Labyrinth", Oil & Acrylic Collage/Canvas, Year: 2017, 37,4" by 37,4" (95 by 95 cm), EUR 3.900,00
"Labyrinth", Oil & Acrylic Collage/Canvas, Year: 2017, 37,4" by 37,4" (95 by 95 cm), EUR 3.900,00
"Elephant II", Oil & Acrylic Collage/Canvas, Year: 2018, 37,4" by 37,4" (95 by 95 cm), EUR 3.900,00
"Elephant II", Oil & Acrylic Collage/Canvas, Year: 2018, 37,4" by 37,4" (95 by 95 cm), EUR 3.900,00
"Elephant II", Oil & Acrylic Collage/Canvas, Year: 2018, 37,4" by 37,4" (95 by 95 cm), EUR 3.900,00
"Elephant III", Oil & Acrylic Collage/Canvas, Year: 2018, 37,4" by 37,4" (95 by 95 cm), EUR 3.900,00
"Elephant III", Oil & Acrylic Collage/Canvas, Year: 2018, 37,4" by 37,4" (95 by 95 cm), EUR 3.900,00
"Elephant III", Oil & Acrylic Collage/Canvas, Year: 2018, 37,4" by 37,4" (95 by 95 cm), EUR 3.900,00
"Mallorca Gecko", Oil & Acrylic Collage/Canvas, Year: 2019, Width by Height 27,5" by 37,4" (70 by 95 cm), EUR 3.600,00
"Mallorca Gecko", Oil & Acrylic Collage/Canvas, Year: 2019, Width by Height 27,5" by 37,4" (70 by 95 cm), EUR 3.600,00
"Mallorca Gecko", Oil & Acrylic Collage/Canvas, Year: 2019, Width by Height 27,5" by 37,4" (70 by 95 cm), EUR 3.600,00
"Mediterraneo VII", Oil & Acrylic Collage/Canvas, Year: 2019, 37,4" by 37,4" (95 by 95 cm), EUR 4.500,00
"Mediterraneo VII", Oil & Acrylic Collage/Canvas, Year: 2019, 37,4" by 37,4" (95 by 95 cm), EUR 4.500,00
"Mediterraneo VII", Oil & Acrylic Collage/Canvas, Year: 2019, 37,4" by 37,4" (95 by 95 cm), EUR 4.500,00
"Mediterraneo VIII", Oil & Acrylic Collage/Canvas, Year: 2019, 37,4" by 37,4" (95 by 95 cm), EUR 4.500,00
"Mediterraneo VIII", Oil & Acrylic Collage/Canvas, Year: 2019, 37,4" by 37,4" (95 by 95 cm), EUR 4.500,00
"Mediterraneo VIII", Oil & Acrylic Collage/Canvas, Year: 2019, 37,4" by 37,4" (95 by 95 cm), EUR 4.500,00
"Engel Der Aufgehenden Sonne", Oil Mixing Technique/Canvas, Year: 2017, Width by Height 27,6" by 37,4" (70 by 95 cm), EUR 3.200,00
"Engel Der Aufgehenden Sonne", Oil Mixing Technique/Canvas, Year: 2017, Width by Height 27,6" by 37,4" (70 by 95 cm), EUR 3.200,00
"Engel Der Aufgehenden Sonne", Oil Mixing Technique/Canvas, Year: 2017, Width by Height 27,6" by 37,4" (70 by 95 cm), EUR 3.200,00
"Engel Mit Falke", Oil Collage/Canvas, Year: 2018, Width by Height 31,5" by 47,2" (80 by 120 cm), EUR 3.900,00
"Engel Mit Falke", Oil Collage/Canvas, Year: 2018, Width by Height 31,5" by 47,2" (80 by 120 cm), EUR 3.900,00
"Engel Mit Falke", Oil Collage/Canvas, Year: 2018, Width by Height 31,5" by 47,2" (80 by 120 cm), EUR 3.900,00
 

Wladislaw Safronow

WLADISLAW SAFRONOW

Wladislaw Safronow's unique painting technique combines aspects of classic oil painting with modern structure materials and thereby makes his works highly distinctive.

Wladislaw Safronow

Wladislaw Safronow

1965
born in Charkow / Ukraine

1984 - 1990
Art and Design Academy / Charkow

1990 – 1994
Professor for Painting and Graphics / Charkow

since 1995
Wladislaw Safronow teaches painting and drawing in Germany, currently at the Univeristy of Augsburg as well as at the Artists Guild in Ulm

since 1997
freelancing artist

Member of the BBK Munich

 

Exhibitions (a selection):

1991-1999
Art Museum / Charkow / Ukraine
Gallery Djerela / Charkow / Ukraine
Jamar Gallery / Cincinnati / U. S. A.
Townhall / Nuremberg / Germany
Gallery Arka / Charkow / Ukraine
Autorengalerie / Munich / Germany
Galerie zur Silberschmiede / Augsburg / Germany
Galerie bei der Komödie / Augsburg / Germany
Galerie Treppenhaus / Augsburg / Germany
Paulskirche / Frankfurt / Germany
Federal State Agency Baden-Wuerttemberg / Bonn / Germany
Citygalerie Aukloster / Monschau / Germany
Stadtgalerie / Altötting / Germany
Sparkasse / Karlsruhe / Germany
Burggalerie / Stolberg / Germany
Galerie Klostermuehle / Hude / Germany
Korneliusgalerie / Aachen / Germany
Schlossberghalle / Starnberg / Germany
Citizens Hall / Konstanz / Germany
PGM-Galerie im Asamhof / Munich / Germany

2000
Galerie Hexenhaus / Neuburg an der Donau / Germany
Galerie Vinizki / Munich / Germany
Museum im Edwin-Scharff-Haus / Neu-Ulm / Germany
Citygalerie / Speyer / Germany
Galerie INTERart / Vienna / Austria
Bank Austria / Linz / Austria

2001
Galerie der Kuenstler / Munich / Germany
Galerie von Knobelsdorf / Hamburg / Germany

2002
Gallery Europa / Palo Alto / U. S. A.
Galerie ARTITUDE / Paris / France

2003
Casino / Marbella / Spain

2004
Stadttheater / Augsburg / Germany
Galerie Groll / Naarden / The Netherlands

2005
Himmelberger Gallery / San Francisco / USA
Art Fair Naarden / The Netherlands
Art Fair ART LAREN / The Netherlands
Art Gallery Natascha / Knokke / Belgium
Art Fair ARTENIM / Nimes / France
Galerie t´Weefhuis / Nuenen / The Netherlands
Art fair LINEART / Gent / Belgium

2006
32 Salon des Antiquaires / Luxemburg
Schlossgalerie / Laubach / Germany
Gallery Elena Proviz / Moscow / Russia
Houses of Art / Marbella / Spain
Galerie Brunstingerhof / Beilen / Netherlands

2007
Galerie Michael Marciano / Paris / France
Galerie Chercheur d’ Art / Metz / France

2008
Kunsthandel Pieter Breughel / Venlo / Netherlands
Kunsthandel Antonia v. Fraunberg / Düsseldorf / Germany

2009
Galerie Imagine / Bordeaux / France

2010
Galerie Am Roten Hof / Wien / Austria
Turmgalerie / Bonn / Germany
Galerie Azur / Spa / Belgium

2011
Artium Art Gallery / Luxemburg
Art Fair Art Canton / Guangzhou / China
Galerie De Lange Litanie / Roselaire / Belgium
Kunsthaus Frey / Ulm / Germany

2012
Galleri Minerva / Malmo / Sweden
Galleri New Form / Trelleborg / Sweden
Maison Galerie Art ´n Pepper / Verviers / Belgium
Red Square Gallery / Hong Kong
Canvasations Gallery / San Francisco / U. S. A

2013
Galerie Zeitgeist / Nuremberg / Germany

Wladislaw Safronow creates his own painters world, which he himself calls „New Mythology“.
Whether he portrays animals, humans, cities or abstract compositions – he always works in his own unique style, which lends all objects a highly stylized and silhouette-like shape which lets them appear to be archaic and modern simultaneously.
His unique painting technique combines aspects of classic oil painting with modern structure materials and thereby makes his works highly distinctive.

No quick glance of an expert is able to expose Safronow´s paintings as being merely decorative objects executed in a versatile way, which are solely defined by stilistic idiosyncrasies and subtleties. The true lover of art will recognize that there is much more to the artist´s paintings – it is an impulse, an intuitive comprehension which flows through the beholder as soon as he treads the path of discovery which is spread out before him.

Each painting is an undertow which sucks the spectator into the multifaceted world of the artist; it commands him to look behind the forms and decorative adornments in order to admit oneself to a journey of continuous discoveries.

One instinctively looks for clandestine messages, some hidden truths, which the artist secretly tries to slip through the many symbols and letters within the paintings. However one soon realizes that this technique together with the soft, lyrical and sometimes bold use of colours as well as the archaic but modern objects is much more than the mere rendering of the artists most intimate emotions. Emotions, thoughts, experiences and realizations of the artist are being reflected, merge into a structured, individual pattern and form an almost mythical unity.
Every painting is a suspenseful riddle for the innerworld, a metaphysical construct, in which the painter celebrates his freedom and infects us with it.

The graphic structures of clothes and surfaces of object in the paintings creates a third dimension. It´s a new reality to be experienced, as a picture reality which blends into the reality of the spectator. The „mystery of banality“ is an invitation, a challenge to look behind the facade and ultimately to simply enjoy authentic art.
(Catherine Lamarr)