Jost Münster works with painting and sculpture, three-dimensional space and two-dimensional surface, appearance and reality. The motifs found in his most recent series of paintings (Interval and New Neighbour) refer to experiences gathered from his urban surroundings, from facades, windows and gates to piles of pallets or deserted industrial landscapes. His process consists of translating this vocabulary of forms into a painterly context where elements crash against or slide over each other, resulting in colourful yet minimal compositions.

Münster's work is held in international collections including Deutsche Bank; John Moores Collection, Liverpool; Lepsien Art Foundation, Düsseldorf and various private collections in the UK, Europe, the USA and Asia. He has exhibited with Koppel Project, London; The Torrance Art Museum, Los Angeles; 1961 projects, Singapore; Stadtgalerie Saarbrücken; Mostyn Gallery, Llandudno.

Jost Münster (b. 1968) Lives and works in London

Jost Münster works with painting and sculpture, three-dimensional space and two-dimensional surface, appearance and reality. The motifs found in his most recent series of paintings (Interval and New Neighbour) refer to experiences gathered from his urban surroundings, from facades, windows and gates to piles of pallets or deserted industrial landscapes....
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