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Apfel I
2015
Naturantypie, Apple, traces of ants
57 7/8 x 48 1/8 inches
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Apfel I
2015
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LisaBird Contemporary at the Dallas Art Fair

By Delphine de Causans

April 18, 2016

Among the nearly 100 galleries at this year’s Dallas Art Fair, the LisaBird Contemporary booth presentation was one of the strongest. Based in Vienna, the gallery represents young emerging talent like German artist Maximilian Prûfer.

Prûfer’s body of work seems abstract at the first sight, but with a closer look, one can see the trace of snails, earthworms, and ants on the surface. He brings us into a fascinating world where nature, human beings, and other species coexist, as if he were using a microscope, showing us life in its most basic form.

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Apfel I
2015

His work is complex, naturalistic, and unique. It is dark, yes, but not sinister. He finds poetry and beauty in the most primitive of species

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