Bright & bold abstracts from Berlin Artist Max Ruebensal

Colorful and contrasy works with a message.

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Chronic Certainty | Original Artwork

'Past Futures' is devoted to the increasing melting of our polar ice caps, an effect that is mainly…

50X50X1,6 CM
275,00 
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Good Servant But Bad Master | Original Artwork

'Good Servant But Bad Master' portrays mankind's problematic relationship with fossil fuels such as…

Ø 90 X 1,6 CM
380,00 

Theft By Finding | Original Artwork

What started harmlessly as a result of human prospecting in the 'gold rush' of the 1970s in Texas,…

50X50X1.6 CM
275,00 
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Past Futures | Original Artwork

'Past Futures' is devoted to the increasing melting of our polar ice caps, an effect that is mainly…

60X50X1,6 CM
350,00 

Leased Air | Original Artwork

Recent developments have shown that everything on earth is only 'lent' to us and that the planet…

50X50X1.6 CM
275,00 

God Exi(s)ts | Original Artwork

As  part of the 'Rate Of Loss' series, 'God Exi(s)ts illustrates the pollution of our waters (in…

100X100X3,5 CM
440,00 

Thinking In Cursive | Original Artwork

'Thinking In Cursive' is one of my latest abstract works which is inspired by the discovery of…

50X50X1.6 CM
275,00 

Catastrophe: A Six-Step Plan | Original Artwork

Catastrophe: A Six-Step Plan is one of the six-part 'Rate Of Loss' series, which deals with various…

100X100X3,5 CM
440,00 
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Raw, 2018.

Acrylics on Canvas, Spraypaint, 40X40CM, framed.

350,00 

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"Extraordinary art can do both - harmonize with its surroundings and represent something bigger. Hence my art is a fusion of interesting patterns & colors attached to a more than relevant topic that is also reflected in the technique."

Max Rübensal is a German sculptor, painter and concept artist.

He has been working with abstracts since 2015, blending his subjective color perception with images and symbols of pop culture which transforms their original connotations into multi-layered, multi-dimensional works. He uses a variety of special acrylic techniques, which can also be of a conceptual nature: For example, in the Rate Of Loss – series of water-based acrylic paints on oil-based spray paints, in order to depict current, man-made environmental disasters as picture-in-picture.