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Clemens Büntig

Clemens
Büntig

Biography

Clemens Büntig was born 1968 in San Francisco were he spent his first two years. In the early 70s the family moved to Bavaria in South Germany where his parents had bought a dwelling under construction. The first years were spent without electricity nor running water. It was the children’s job to retrieve water from a well in the woods. This way a connection to nature was installed since the early years. Büntigs school and artistic education took place in Bavaria, Spain and Switzerland, where he graduated with a diploma in printmaking from the Bauhaus influenced Schule für Gestaltung in Basel.

From 1996 until 2000 he stayed in New York where he worked for several artists as edition printer at Pace Prints and as an assistant at the School for visual Arts, NY while renovating a loft in Williamsbourgh as work and exhibition space. On return to Bavaria he moved to Mooseurach, a small town situated south of Munich, where he established his own printshop under the name Clemens Büntig Editonen. Here he collaborated with Mark Harrington, Sean Scully, Lucas Reiner and the Brücke Museum Berlin.

Büntig exhibits nationally and internationally. His imagery is formed by observing and permitting visible and invisible natural processes, often allowing various graphic techniques to intertwine. He experiences the visible and tangible outer nature as Symbol for the invisible inner nature of humans. His work is found in many private and public collections like the New York Public Library, the British Museum and the Montefiori Fine Art Collection.

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