THE TRIUMPH OF THE ARK altarpiece painting German artist Michael Hutter - ART CAN DIE

MICHAEL HUTTER

A visionary German artist, Michael Hutter (1963) has spent most of his artistic career working in separation, isolated contemplation and manic work. His original and pure art form reminds us of great classic masters such as Hieronymus Bosch and fin-de-sciècle artists like Félicien Rops or James Ensor.

 

The artist uniquely combines his craft and references with a focus on cosmic horror, an ambivalent fascination for religion, occult tribal fantasies, and playful erotism.

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Art painting The Weigher of Head and Heart by German artist Michael Hutter - Art Can Die
Art painting The Weigher of Head and Heart by German artist Michael Hutter - Art Can Die
Art painting The Weigher of Head and Heart by German artist Michael Hutter - Art Can Die
Art painting The Weigher of Head and Heart by German artist Michael Hutter - Art Can Die
Art painting The Weigher of Head and Heart by German artist Michael Hutter - Art Can Die
Art painting The Weigher of Head and Heart by German artist Michael Hutter - Art Can Die
Art painting The Weigher of Head and Heart by German artist Michael Hutter - Art Can Die

The Weigher of Head and Heart

OTHER WORKS

For the NEW ARK EXHIBITION | Bangkok, Michael Hutter created the first 5 panels of a large altarpiece. Additional panels will be added following the next exhibitions.

 

THE TRIUMPH OF THE ARK”, in honor of the New Ark, features many elements from the universe of Director Jacq and the other artists that are taking part in the exhibition.

 

Next to the ALTAR, ART CAN DIE is also collaborating with Michael Hutter on THE KRANZEDAN (view here), a concept artist book featuring a collection of surrealistic short stories illustrated with his beautiful paintings. 

THE TRIUMPH OF THE ARK altarpiece - German artist Michael Hutter- ART CAN DIE

THE TRIUMPH OF THE ARK

by MICHAEL HUTTER

Art painting Expectation by German artist Michael Hutter - Art Can Die

Expectation, 1993

The Great Observatory

"I decided to become an artist instead of a religious fanatic. I still think this was a good choice."

Artist Michael Hutter Bosch style painting The Great Observatory