Eugene Brimmerberg

I was born in Russia in 1950 and I have been exhibiting my work since 1990 in a range of international exhibitions including USA, Switzerland, Germany, the UK and Russia. The idea of my art was finally formed when I realized that all objects should shine their own light. That’s what should be reflected, the illuminant itself. Only then is the original, comprehensive creative act possible. Illuminated objects are dead to be imaged, because they are out of the creative process as already created. It is senseless to paint them, because they are already in their part. Art is an expression of the human need to save and print our eternal image on the consciousness of being that changes every moment. I don’t think that art has any goal other than that of inspired artistic creation. I am influenced by the works of Plutarch, Tacitus, Mozart, Wagner, Goya, Rubens and Hegel and also modern science and philosophy. My consciousness was formed under the influence of world culture, and from this came the desire to apprehend beauty and the sense of creation. My art belongs to all people in the world and is inseparable from our shared search for truth and the desire to preserve our humanity in the increasingly complex flow of world events.

I was born in Russia in 1950 and I have been exhibiting my work since 1990 in a range of international exhibitions including USA, Switzerland, Germany, the UK and Russia. The idea of my art was finally formed when I realized that all objects should shine their own light. That's what should be reflected, the illuminant itself. Only then is the original, comprehensive creative act possible. Illuminated objects are dead to be imaged, because they are out of the creative process as already created. It is senseless to paint them, because they are already in their part. Art is an expression of the human need to save and print our eternal image on the consciousness of being that changes every moment. I don’t think that art has any goal other than that of inspired artistic creation. I am influenced by the works of Plutarch, Tacitus, Mozart, Wagner, Goya, Rubens and Hegel and also modern science and philosophy. My consciousness was formed under the influence of world culture, and from this came the desire to apprehend beauty and the sense of creation. My art belongs to all people in the world and is inseparable from our shared search for truth and the desire to preserve our humanity in the increasingly complex flow of world events.

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