Achim Zeman Wiki,Biography, Net Worth

Achim Zeman is a 60-years-old German Painter from the Germany. his estimated net worth is $1 Million to $5 Million Approx. Jump into read his life Facts, Wikipedia and biographies Details

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2015

This is not only a temporal, but also a physical strain: For the work “Fly High” (2015) at the Kunstverein Oerlingshauen, whose exhibition space is located in an old synagogue, he designed the dome of the house with his installation and had to work constantly with his head on his back. n some installations, such as “Sehfest” (2008) in the Rheinisches Landesmuseum Bonn, he spent days applying the colored and fluorescent Foil parts that put a lot of burden on the eye. How exactly Zeman plans ahead is also visible in his work at the Portikus Öffentliche Bedürfnisanstalt Herner Straße Bochum [de] in Bochum (2010), a former public urinal at the Herner Straße in Bochum, which is now a public art-space . There he glued about 4500 foil parts according to an exact construction plan.

2013

The artist is fascinated by the possibility of conveying an awareness of the processes of perception to the visitor through the respective arrangement of artistic means. In almost all of his spatial installations, the visitor is always part of the experimental setting and is prevented from gaining an overview. Thus, the viewer no longer faces a work hanging on the wall as a separate unit, but becomes part of the installation, art becomes a „walk-in picture“ through one’ s own physicalness. For the spatial exhibition „Laylines“ (2013) at the Galerie Lausberg, Zeman has placed various marking lines, so-called Laylines, on floors, ceilings and walls, which merged into a multi-perspective Gesamtkunstwerk (Total work of art). They should draw the visitor into the room and lead him beyond the room. Here, too, the visitor is indirectly already part of the installation.

Galerie Lausberg, Laylines, 2013, Detailed view 2

Mural painting Swirl, 2013,
Acrylic glass, screen printing ink

2012

Panel painting blue, untitled, 2012 acrylic glass, screen printing colour

Panel painting blue, untitled, 2012 Detailed view 1

Panel painting blue, untitled, 2012 Detailed view 2

Ice Rink Cologne, 2012,
The application of the paint

2008

But the exhibition „Sehfest“ (2008) at the Rheinisches Landesmuseum Bonn proves that this irritation can also be experienced with relish and joy as an extension of one’ s everyday perceptions. Here, Zeman pasted the space at his disposal with a multitude of red horizontal and vertical fluorescent film parts, which have a very vitalizing and energizing effect. Gabriele Uelsberg, the museum’s director, says: „For to move in a space created by Achim Zeman is like an excursion in a world full of fantasy and rich in experience, in which you can let yourself sink into the colour without stopping, and lose yourself totally in structures and optical illusions.“ (In German:Denn sich in einem gestalteten Raum von Achim Zeman zu bewegen, ist wie ein Ausflug in eine Welt voll Fantasie und Erlebnisfähigkeit, in der man sich haltlos auf Farbe einlassen und maßlos in Strukturen und optischen Illusionen verlieren kann.)

2007

Zeman sees himself primarily as a painter who uses painting to alienate and position rooms. In developing the productions, for example, he always takes into account the spatial conditions, such as the exposure to light, which changes the colors. He also consciously works with the subtractive color mixing, which changes the colors in the perception of the visitors on location. In the installation “Grünstreifen” (2007) at the Neuer Kölner Kunstverein, for example, yellow stripes suddenly appear optically between the red and green horizontal foil strips, even though they were not glued on.

2005

Zeman often refers either indirectly or directly to the element water. Many of his spatial concepts take place in former water-related spaces, such as at the Öffentliche Bedürfnisanstalt Herner Straße Bochum [de] Portikus, at the Kunstumseum Heidenheim, which originally was used as a swimming hall, or during the installation at Kunstbad Keitum in 2005. For the 2004 art installation in the former „Watertoren“ (Water Tower) of the city of Vlissingen, he worked with diagonally attached stripes in different light and dark shades of blue: „This makes it look as if some stripes are farther away than others. The observer is put off balance.“ (In German: Dadurch sieht es so aus, als seien einige der Streifen weiter entfernt als andere. Dem Betrachter wird das Gleichgewicht genommen.)

2003

Zeman measures the spaces of his installations in order to be able to plan his works concretely so that he can create a distorted perspective, an expansion or contraction in the respective space, which, together with the selection of the material – adhesive film, paint or the electromagnetically applied flocking] – can affect all the senses of the observer. For the exhibition „Durch und Durch“ (2003) at the Ludwig Forum for International Art in Aachen, for example, he chose the rectangle that fits the dimensions of the room as the basic module, but at the same time inscribed this in the mathematical room constants in such a way that the desired spatial distortions could occur. His room installations often spread over the entire room, not only embracing the wall or the floors, but continue everywhere, creating the impression of a real flood or flow in the room.

2002

Through the rhythmization of the room by means of recurring basic modules, through the mathematically exact calculation of the necessary deviations from the right angle, so that an installation can unfold a suction effect for the viewer, and through the precisely predetermined color design, it is possible for the artist to address the viewer with all their senses and also to make the three dimensional experience a souls experience. People perceive rooms and the necessary orientation of place through the body, and this perception essentially develops through active movement through a room. By placing the viewer in a „walk-in picture“, making him part of the installation and at the same time rendering the position of an overall view impossible, Zeman places him in an irritation that stimulates reflection on the components of his own perception. On the occasion of the exhibition „Visible“ at the Städtischen Bühnen Münster (2002) a reviewer described the effects of serial repetitions and Zeman’s staging as „that primeval human fear of confrontation with limitless space“ as one of the consequences.

2000

Zeman repeatedly worked at the Villa Zanders in Bergisch-Gladbach: “Zeiträume” (2000), “Horizonte” (2006) and “Nah und Fern” (also 2006) were the titles of these spatial productions. In these exhibitions he not only used geometric forms, but also representations based on binary code. In „Zeiträume“ (Periods) a barcode arranged in several lines – consisting of dots and bars based on the binary code – became part of a revolving wall scenery. The representation reproduced a coded text on the subject of time.

1998

Installation Fluten,
Kunstmuseum Heidenheim 1998

Installation Fluten,
Kunstmuseum Heidenheim 1998, Detailed view 1

Installation Fluten,
Kunstmuseum Heidenheim 1998, Detailed view 2

1992

Zeman is a member of the „Berufsverband Bildender Künstler*innen Berlin“ (Professional Association of Visual Artists*in Berlin) and member of the „Westdeutscher Künstlerbund“. Since 1992 he lives and works in Cologne, Germany.

1983

Zeman studied at the Berlin University of the Arts from 1983 to 1989 and was awarded „Master scholar“ (Meisterschüler) by Professor Kuno Gonschior. Inspired by him, Zeman discovered the artistic configuration of rooms with the means of painting as an area of his artistic work. In 1990 he received a scholarship from the „Kunststiftung Baden-Württemberg“, in the following year a working scholarship from the City state of Berlin.

1961

Achim Zeman (born 1961) in Stuttgart) is a German painter and installation artist. He is a representative of Op-Art and is based on the rules of Concrete Art.

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Real NameAchim Zeman
NicknameAchim
ProfessionPainter


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Age (2021)60 Years
Birthplace Baden-Württemberg
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Hometown Baden-Württemberg
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NationalityGerman


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Achim Zeman Net Worth


The Achim Zeman Estimated Net worth is $80K – USD $85k.


Monthly Income/Salary (approx.)$80K – $85k USD
Net Worth (approx.)$4 million- $6 million USD


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