The rhythm of mere lines, a network of corresponding color forms, the physiognomy of a structure convey something existential without referring to the real. (…)
The essence of the pictures is their aesthetic substance, their reality a self-referential existence, open to anyone who can believe his eyes. Pictures show how painting brings out the aesthetic potential of the world and man.
F. G. Scheuer: Sehen lesen (Unmöglich), Munich 2006, 27/28.
Friedrich G. Scheuer (born 1936 in Bad Aibling, lives and works in Munich) has been working with Fred Jahn since 1979. The exhibition at Jahn und Jahn now presents his latest works.