Max Frintrop, DE – artist in residence 2019

Frintrop has said that he seeks to find a balance between “precision and looseness” in his work, which often takes the form of a surprisingly graphic piece of abstract art. Early on, he was interested in combining the emotive, gestural quality of  and the relative rigidity of , a genre of painting influenced by the hard lines and careful placement of industrial-age machines. One might imagine Frintrop’s interest in the latter was influenced by his youth spent around large-scale manufacturing.

Represented by
Berthold Pott Gallery, Cologne
A+B Gallery, Brescia
Madison Gallery, Los Angeles