Jo Niemeyer

Work in the collection: Jo Niemeyer, Untitled, 2007, acrylic on canvas on wood, lacquer on steel, 129 x 129 cm

Jo Niemeyer’s works are a combination of classic modern elements and Asian thinking. His recurring forms include cubist motifs as well as squares and rectangles. In terms of color, these also follow the primary colors such as blue, red, yellow, black and white. Above all, however, his works are accompanied by the golden section, which has been considered a guarantee of beauty and well-being since ancient times.

born 1946 in Alf (Moselle)
1962-1965 graphic training
from 1966 studied visual design and architecture at the Aalto University of Art and Industrial Design, Helsinki
Teaching activities at the Helsinki Art Academy
Representatives of concrete-constructive art.
1970 free artistic work in the field of graphics, painting, sculpture in construction
since 1988 numerous realizations of land art projects
2007 Winner of the 1st International Evard Prize
lives and works alternately in Germany, France and Portugal