Online Exhibit: Wolfgang Tillmans

A selection of artwork by Wolfgang Tillmans available as an immediate sales exhibit

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ARTGALA is proud to announce our featured online exhibit by artist Wolfgang Tillmans, tilted Matchment Variations by Wolfgang Tillmans. This online exhibit highlights the remain German artist Wolfgang Tillmans with strong avant garde selection of sculptures as well as painting’s created during the course of his career. This online exhibit showcases some an exclusive selection of his most highlighted  sculptures between the time frame 2008 to 2020 such as: Watchmen 2010-2020, Matchbox 2008-2017, Samsara, Jellyfish as well as Rembrece’s.

Wolfgang Tillmans online exhibit is scheduled to remain on display online until April 27th, 2021 6:30 PM Eastern Standard Time. The complete selection will be available for acquisitions to all ARTGALA LLC registered members.   Additionally complimentary private sales access will be granted by request. To learn more please contact a representative:

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Representative: Maria Guerrero

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Wolfgang Stiller was born in 1961 in Wiesbaden (Germany), in 1961. Between 1981 and 1984, he studied communication design at the GHS Wuppertal and later pursued his education in Fine Arts at the “Kunstakademie Düsseldorf”.The sculptor travelled and worked between Turkey, the United States and China, also working as a guest professor in the NYU. He now lives and work in Berlin, Germany.His work appears in several renowned public and private collections. 

Matchstickmen has two aspects. It is certainly a commentary on society – the way we treat ourselves and other human beings. It denounce bad treatment, like big compagnies exploit employees. The other aspect of the work is more playful. Streichholzkopf (Matchsticks in german) refers much strongly to the human head in a literal way head. The artist hope that people get both aspect – the enjoyable as well as the more serious meaning behind it.