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- born in Dresden - evening studies of painting at the HfbK Dresden - studies painting and sculpture at the Academy of Arts Düsseldorf - Master student with  Prof. Tony Cragg

Markus Honerla

Honerla‘s paintings insinuate into the viewer’s life, surprisingly. They lead us to new terrains whose existence we had just suspected. They invite us to spend our days and nights with them. They are like a good friend.


                                                                             

a good friend

Badende, Koh Mak - Bathing Woman The tiny island of Koh Mak is still a real insider tip for Thailand travelers looking for peace, relaxation and palm-fringed dream beaches away from the crowded tourist resorts. On Koh Mak there is no sex tourism, no annoying beach vendors, no soulless hotel blocks, no party, not even loud music. Instead, turquoise to light green shining water, real island feeling and clean and lonely beaches even in the high season. Instead of mass tourism, the island is fully committed to a sustainable and natural way of traveling.

Badende, Koh Mak 

2022 | Lacquer on canvas 

120 x 90 cms

                                                                       

Straßencafé, Madeira - Street Cafe, Madeira - Madeira will enchant you with a breathtaking and exceedingly diverse landscape. Here you will find everything from picturesque fishing villages and breathtaking views of cliffs to bizarre rock formations and rushing waterfalls. The most exotic flowers from Africa, Asia and South America thrive in the wonderfully mild subtropical climate.
Frau am Strand, Pritisčina - Woman on the beach, Pritisčina - island Vis Croatia
Morning Glory - Morgenherrlichkeit Morgenlatte Prunkwinde Studio
Das Universal Druckluft Orchester The Universal Compressed Air Orchestra A unique ensemble of mechanical musical apparatuses and its music machinist present: "Music on wheels". The most beautiful melodies and lively rhythms in dignified performance. A musical evergreen.  Everywhere there is air.   It is offered and varied: Square concert The music machinist and his "Frohsinnsorchester" entertain an interested audience in the most beautiful way possible. Dance tea The audience feels animated to follow a popular mating ritual. mating ritual.  acoustic  room furnishing Discreet entertainment music in the truest sense of the word. The guests entertain themselves - the orchestra makes music.
 
 
Frau auf Balkon, Komiža abends - Detail - Woman on balcony, Komiža morning
Frau auf Balkon, Komiža abends - Detail - Woman on balcony, Komiža morning - Detail
Frau auf Balkon, Komiža abends - Detail - Woman on balcony, Komiža evening
Frau auf Balkon, Komiža abends - Detail - Woman on balcony, Komiža evening - detail
Exhibition 2022-01-20
Exhibition 2022-01-20
Exhibition 2022-02-08 - STEFAN MOSES - THE TIME OF WOMEN From Ingeborg Bachmann to Mary Wigman, Meret Oppenheim and Romy Schneider to unknown women of contemporary history With his fine sense for idiosyncrasies, his incomparable humor and his great skill, Stefan Moses created a monument of independence and beauty for women. He photographed dignified, clever, stubborn and highly talented old ladies, especially those who had survived the Nazi dictatorship, with the same enthusiasm as the talented beautiful young women. These women, some of whom are unjustly forgotten today, had a lasting impact on the cultural and social life of Germany in the 1950s-1990s. Stefan Moses' women's pictures are a journey through time, an appreciation and an invitation to rediscover and rediscover at the same time. Looking at them is a pleasure.  "Moses has not left behind a theory of women's photography in words. The language of the pictures speaks all the more clearly. They are a hymn to women as individuals and personalities."
Exhibition 2022-03-16
Exhibition 2022-02-08
M  TEL - In a motel with a bouquet in the ice pail You can tell them I'm doing OK doing real well I've got six strings in the morning Rain danced on the roof last night Moon rose without warning Took its time crossing the sky I could tell you about lonely roads and the high way I could warn you about the trouble and the time it takes But California woke up this morning with a sweet refrain Yellow sun beat on the window Light cut straight through the blinds It was love that broke my sorrow Like the day breaks the night Yellow sun beat on the window Light cut straight through the blinds It was love that broke my sorrow Like a day breaks a long night In a motel with a bouquet in the ice pail You can tell them I'm doing OK doing real well  Motel Caitlin Canty
Country Road II - PARIS, TEXAS is considered Wenders’s best-known and internationally most successful film. Celebrated by critics, it won a series of important international awards, including the Palme d’Or at Cannes.  This unconventional road movie is based on a script by Pulitzer Prize-winner Sam Shepard and tells the story of Travis (Harry Dean Stanton), a man who wanders out of Mexico and into Texas one day, in the blazing heat of the “Big Bend”. Travis does not speak a word. He also seems to have largely lost his memory. But he is driven by his wish to find his family again: his young wife Jane (Nastassja Kinski), whose life he seems to have placed in danger through his pathological jealousy, and his seven-year-old son Hunter (Hunter Carson). For four years, Travis was thought to be dead. His brother Walt (Dean Stockwell) flies from LA to Texas to bring back his lost brother.  Walt and his wife Ann (Aurore Clément) have become Hunter’s foster parents. It is very difficult for the two of them to now give this role up again, especially when they learn that Travis wants to go out in search of Jane together with his son. They know nothing about her, except that she probably lives in Houston …  In addition to the impressive performances by Harry Dean Stanton, as Travis, and Nastassja Kinski, as Jane, PARIS, TEXAS has also become a cult film on account of the unique soundtrack by Ry Cooder.
Bar - Don't you dare to shout she will serve you soon And don't you dare knocking with a tea spoon She's a barmaid  She won't bring the coffee to your table, my dear You better come over it's self service here She's a barmaid not your butler  Whatever she's doing don't you dare complain You do that your coffee's down the drain She's a barmaid she's no psychiatrist  She doesn't want you playing with the sugarcubes She don't like you bending straws into loops She's a barmaid she can't stand that  She doesn't want you kicking the pinball machine You're no good doing James Dean She's a barmaid she's not a talent scout  Teabags in the ashtray she doesn't like at all And don't you kill the spider that is crawling Down the wall She's a barmaid she's good to animals  She don't like you staring at her tits all day She can't stand lecherous boozers anyway She's a barmaid she's not a pin-up girl        As sure as shit she don't wanna talk love She don't want you cooing like a turtle dove She's a barmaid she's not your girlfriend  She's waiting for a real man whoever he is She knows he'd never come into a place like this She's a barmaid she's good to animals  Song Element Of Crime
Lady Luck - Glücksfee
Les poissons rouges de Matisse - Le poisson rouge, originaire d’Asie, fut introduit en Europe au XVIIe siècle. Vers 1912, les poissons rouges devinrent un sujet récurrent dans l’œuvre d’Henri Matisse. Ils apparaissent dans pas moins de neuf de ses tableaux, ainsi que dans ses dessins et gravures. Les Poissons rouges de 1912 fait partie d’une série produite par Matisse entre le printemps et le début de l’été 1912. Cependant, la singularité de cette œuvre est que l’accent est mis sur les poissons eux-mêmes.  Couleur  Les poissons rouges attirent d’emblée notre regard en raison de leur couleur. Cet orange vif contraste fortement avec les roses et les verts plus subtils qui entourent le bocal et le fond bleu-vert. Le bleu et l’orange d’une part, le vert et le rouge d’autre part, étant des couleurs complémentaires, lorsqu’ils sont juxtaposés, ils apparaissent particulièrement lumineux. Cette technique fut largement utilisée par les Fauves et est particulièrement frappante dans une toile plus ancienne de Matisse, Le Bonheur de vivre. Bien qu’il ait par la suite adouci sa palette, cet orange audacieux rappelle les années fauves de Matisse, qui continuèrent d’influencer son sens chromatique tout au long de sa carrière.
Foreign brushes II - 1. Heimweh (Dehr, Gilkyson, Miller, Bader, Rasch) 2. My Bonnie Is Over The Ocean (Trad., Arr.: Regener, Pappik, Friderichs, Young) 3. It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue (Dylan) 4. Spooky (Shapiro, Cobb, Buie, Middlebrooks) 5. Leider nur ein Vakuum (Lindenberg) 6. Auf der Espressomaschine (Degenhardt) 7. Motorcyle Song (A. Guthrie) 8. Hamburg 75 (Böttger, Westphal, Scheibner) 9. Blaumeise Yvonne (Dorau, Eckart, Müller) 10. I Started a Joke (Gibb, Gibb, Gibb) 11. You Only Tell Me You Love Me When You’re Drunk (Lowe, Tennant) 12. Last Christmas (G. Michael) 13. Ruf aus der Gruft (instr.) (Weill) 14. Das Lied von der Unzulänglichkeit menschlichen Strebens (Weill, Brecht) 15. Zwei Gitarren (Young, Evans, Livingston, Göhler) 16. Akkordeon (Gainsbourg, Bader) 17. Le Vent Nous Portera (Barthe, Cantat, Roy, Teyssot-Gay) 18. She Brings The Rain (Czukay, Karoli, Liebezeit, Mooney, Schmidt) 19. Leise rieselt der Schnee (Ebel, Arr.: Friderichs, Pappik, Regener, Young) 20. Across The Universe (Lennon, McCartney)
Foreign brushes I -Element of Crime reliably fill the hearts of their loyal listeners with the sweet poison of insatiable longing. The band now prove with Fremde Federn that they don't always have to fall back on their own tracks.
Fenêtre ouverte de Matisse II - The artist Henri Matisse continuously developed the motif of the window as an interface between the inner and outer realms throughout his life. It plays a key role in his work, not least because the colors of nature penetrate through the window into the interior of the studio. Art historian Shirley Blum examines more than fifty works of art-beginning with the painting Studio Under the Eaves (1903) and ending with Chapel of the Rosary in Vence (1951)-to trace in detail the significance of the recurring motif in Matisse's work. In this respect, her explanations not only trace the development of his window paintings, but at the same time open up an overview of the stages of this artist who created some of the most innovative abstract paintings of the 20th century. Fauvism is assigned to a style of painting in art history. It arose from a movement within the French avant-garde at the beginning of the 20th century. Fauvism forms the first movement of classical modernism. The main representatives of the initially reviled movement were Henri Matisse, André Derain and Maurice de Vlaminck. They were joined by Raoul Dufy, Albert Marquet, Kees van Dongen, Othon Friesz, and Georges Braque.[1][2] Some art historians also include Henri Manguin, Charles Camoin, Jean Puy, and Louis Valtat among the Fauves, and, according to more recent trends, Georges Rouault.[3] In the Fauvist paintings, the coloring was no longer intended to serve the illusionistic representation of an object. The painterly statement arose from the harmony of the color surfaces. Typical for most of the works are their bright colors. However, considerations of the representation of space are just as essential to the composition of the painting.[4][1] The roots of Fauvism stem from Impressionism, but the goal was to counteract the fleeting nature of Impressionist paintings in order to give the work more duration (French durée). Fauvism did not have its own theory or manifesto. According to a more recent view, Fauvism had similarities with Expressionism.
Fenêtre ouverte de Matisse I - The artist Henri Matisse continuously developed the motif of the window as an interface between the inner and outer realms throughout his life. It plays a key role in his work, not least because the colors of nature penetrate through the window into the interior of the studio. Art historian Shirley Blum examines more than fifty works of art-beginning with the painting Studio Under the Eaves (1903) and ending with Chapel of the Rosary in Vence (1951)-to trace in detail the significance of the recurring motif in Matisse's work. In this respect, her explanations not only trace the development of his window paintings, but at the same time open up an overview of the stages of this artist who created some of the most innovative abstract paintings of the 20th century. Fauvism is assigned to a style of painting in art history. It arose from a movement within the French avant-garde at the beginning of the 20th century. Fauvism forms the first movement of classical modernism. The main representatives of the initially reviled movement were Henri Matisse, André Derain and Maurice de Vlaminck. They were joined by Raoul Dufy, Albert Marquet, Kees van Dongen, Othon Friesz, and Georges Braque.[1][2] Some art historians also include Henri Manguin, Charles Camoin, Jean Puy, and Louis Valtat among the Fauves, and, according to more recent trends, Georges Rouault.[3] In the Fauvist paintings, the coloring was no longer intended to serve the illusionistic representation of an object. The painterly statement arose from the harmony of the color surfaces. Typical for most of the works are their bright colors. However, considerations of the representation of space are just as essential to the composition of the painting.[4][1] The roots of Fauvism stem from Impressionism, but the goal was to counteract the fleeting nature of Impressionist paintings in order to give the work more duration (French durée). Fauvism did not have its own theory or manifesto. According to a more recent view, Fauvism had similarities with Expressionism. The motif of the window in painting has a long tradition. Jan van Eyck, for example, showed us an idealized outside world in "The Madonna of Chancellor Rolin" in 1436, Albrecht Dürer's self-portrait of 1498 opens a small section into an invented nature, and Edward Hopper thematized either the view from outside to inside or from inside to outside in almost all his works in the 20th century. The window motif is especially relevant today in the time of environmental problems to be solved and transformations on the horizon, showing the viewer the threshold from the inside to the outside. Gallery Berghout has begun a series of exhibitions on nature, which now reveals positions from the threshold of the window in this exhibition "Unforeseen" by Markus Honerla. The works are a contemporary interpretation of the views from a supposedly safe inner world into the outside world, which becomes strange to us. Are these window works a metaphor for the current state in nature and a view into an unforeseen world? Humanity is on the threshold of a future that demands a rethinking of our habits. The windows and their views into the outside world show for each of us a different position and a multi-layered panorama of individual reality. Markus Honerla's picturesque view out of his windows suggests the diversity of tasks that nature demands of us. Despite the different perspectives and perceptions for the outside world and nature, we all have to come together to preserve our planet in a sustainable way. Honerla's windows open us to glimpses of the unexpected. Thresholds allow us to cross over to the outside, to finally gain the respectful wide and overview. Gloria Berghout, July 2021
Fenêtre ouverte de Matisse II - Pictures in apartment, Pictures in flat
Bouquet - Flowers Still life In the history of European art tradition, still life refers to the depiction of dead or motionless objects (flowers, fruits, dead animals, glasses, instruments, etc.)[1] Their selection and grouping was based on content (often symbolic) and aesthetic aspects. These representations developed into an independent genre of painting at the beginning of the 17th century in the Baroque period. A distinction is made according to the objects depicted; this results in the sub-types of flower, book, fish, fruit, breakfast, hunting, kitchen, market, musical instrument, vanitas or weapon still lifes. The transitions to the genres of interior, animal or genre are sometimes fluid. The term stil leven (Dutch: stil = motionless and leven = existence) for a painting is found for the first time around 1650 in a Dutch inventory.
Bouquet - Flowers Still life In the history of European art tradition, still life refers to the depiction of dead or motionless objects (flowers, fruits, dead animals, glasses, instruments, etc.)[1] Their selection and grouping was based on content (often symbolic) and aesthetic aspects. These representations developed into an independent genre of painting at the beginning of the 17th century in the Baroque period. A distinction is made according to the objects depicted; this results in the sub-types of flower, book, fish, fruit, breakfast, hunting, kitchen, market, musical instrument, vanitas or weapon still lifes. The transitions to the genres of interior, animal or genre are sometimes fluid. The term stil leven (Dutch: stil = motionless and leven = existence) for a painting is found for the first time around 1650 in a Dutch inventory.
Der Finger, der zum Mond zeigt, ist nicht der Mond. - The finger pointing to the moon is not the moon.
Country Road - "I want to go back to the streets I want to sing again, not beautiful, but horny and loud Gold is found in the dirt And streets are built of dirt"
Glaubt den Kormoranen! II - Believe the cormorants!
Aussicht I - promise
Aussicht II - promise
Noigandres - ein Wort ohne eigentliche Bedeutung, in etwa „was Langeweile vertreibt“ Ezra Pound
Exhibition space with sculpture Thomas Kühnapfel
Glaubt den Kormoranen! - Believe the cormorants! Die Entstehung dieses Werkes wurde durch ein Stipendium der Kulturstiftung des Freistaates Sachsen ermöglicht ICH WILL MALEN! In coronaeinfarbigen Zeiten eine farbstrotzende Hoffnung, wie die auf den Dalben sitzenden Kormorane in Venedig, die in den kristallklaren Kanälen zu sehenden Quallen und Fische, die sind einfach (wieder) da, erzählen davon, dass die Erde uns Menschen nicht braucht, aber auch, und das find ich unumwunden wunderbar, kann man nicht laut genug in die Welt posaunen und unseren Blagen schenken: Es ist nicht 5 nach, 5 vor 12 ist es! Glaubt den Kormoranen! Und glaubt dem vielschichtigen Farbmeer der Bilder, die länger leben als Worte!
Plimmiri - Gischt Meer Nacht Griechenland Rhodos Plimmiri Beach Fish Restaurant Meeresfrüchte Mediterran Griechisch Antonis and Olga71
Prasonisi - Gischt Meer Sea Farbenpracht Colourful Griechenland Rhodos zwei Meere die unterschiedlicher nicht sein können HOTEL ZANETOS PRASONISI
Löwengischt I - Lion Meer Sea Beach Strand Sunset Glitzern Glitter Sonnenuntergang
Löwengischt II - Lion Meer Sea Beach Strand Sunset Glitzern Glitter Sonnenuntergang
Löwengischt III - Lion Meer Sea Beach Strand Sunset Glitzern Glitter Sonnenuntergang
Löwengischt IV - Lion Meer Sea Beach Strand Sunset Glitzern Glitter Sonnenuntergang
Musik auf Rädern - Das Universal Druckluft Orchester Klaus Peter Till Das Universal Druckluft Orchester A unique ensemble of mechanical music machines and their  musical operator present: "Music On Wheels" Most beautiful melodies and swift rhythms presented in a  dignified manner. A musical evergreen. For wherever air is found. The maverick among tragic solo entertainers.   Full Show The musical operator and his mirthful orchestra entertain with particular flair to an attentive audience. Following The Vibe A unique ensemble of mechanical music machines and their musical operator present: Music On Wheels Most beautiful melodies and swift rhythms presented in a dignified  manner. A musical evergreen. For wherever air is found. A varied, tactful according to inclination the following will be varied  and offered: The audience is encouraged to pursue  its favoured courtship ritual. Smooth Entertainment Light “conversational music“ allows guests to enjoy conversation while the orchestra plays.
to be weich - Sex Liebe Love Sehnsucht Sehnlust Wunsch Desire Traum Dream Leben Life Frau Weib Woman Wife Female Brust Titten Glocken Möpse dicke Dinger Breast Tits Knospen Vögeln Ritt Ride Leibe Ficken Fuck Extase Slapping Ohrfeigen Königin Löwe Haare Hear Po Arsch Hintern Butt Hüften Ass Hips Muschi Pussy erotisch erotic Love orgasm Orgasmus kommen come Lust lust pleasure desire Begierde Wollust Gier Sinneslust Verlangen Vergnügen Freude Femdom
Lentas V - Löwenfelsen Rock Cliff Gischt Spray Meer Sea Lentas am Libyschen Meer Kreta Crete Griechenland Greece Meltemi Restaurant Raki
Lentas II - Löwenfelsen Rock Cliff Gischt Spray Meer Sea Lentas am Libyschen Meer Kreta Crete Griechenland Greece Meltemi Restaurant Raki
Lentas III - Löwenfelsen Rock Cliff Gischt Spray Meer Sea Lentas am Libyschen Meer Kreta Crete Griechenland Greece Meltemi Restaurant Raki
kleines zu wenig am Meer - kleines Bild small picture Seestück seascape
zu wenig am Meer II - kleines Bild small picture Seestück seascape
kleines Lentas - kleines Bild small picture Seestück seascape
kleines zu wenig am Meer III -  kleines Bild small picture Seestück seascape
Showroom
Studio
Lentas - Löwenfelsen Rock Cliff Gischt Spray Meer Sea Lentas am Libyschen Meer Kreta Crete Griechenland Greece Meltemi Restaurant Raki
zu wenig am Meer IV - too little by the sea Streifen Stripes expressiv gestisch expressive abstrakt abstract Farbrausch Color frenzy
zu wenig am Meer - too little by the sea Streifen Stripes expressiv gestisch expressive abstrakt abstract Farbrausch Color frenzy
zu wenig am Meer IX - too little by the sea Streifen Stripes expressiv gestisch expressive abstrakt abstract Farbrausch Color frenzy
zu wenig am Meer III - too little by the sea Streifen Stripes expressiv gestisch expressive abstrakt abstract Farbrausch Color frenzy
zu wenig am Meer VIII - Even in Corona times, art and culture take place in Dresden - only from home! With the #stayathomeandbecreative campaign, the Office for Culture and Monument Protection specifically supports freelance artists in Dresden.   Markus Honerla studied painting at the Dresden University of Fine Arts and painting and sculpture at the Düsseldorf Art Academy. His work is called "Too Little by the Sea." The following words accompany his video:  I WANT TO PAINT!   In coronaine times a colorful hope, like the cormorants sitting on the dolphins in Venice,  the jellyfish and fish seen in the crystal clear canals,  they are simply (again) there, telling us that the earth does not need us humans,  but also, cannot be trumpeted loudly enough into the world and given to our children:  It is not 5 past, 5 to 12 it is!
zu wenig am Meer X - too little by the sea Streifen Stripes expressiv gestisch expressive abstrakt abstract Farbrausch Color frenzy
DreamIY - Sonnenaufgang sunrise do it yourself Traum Boot boat Haus house Dream DIY Andy Warhol Mitbegründer und bedeutendster Vertreter der amerikanischen Pop Art Seine Karriere begann bereits in den 1950er Jahren als Grafiker und Illustrator für Mode-, Hochglanz- und Lifestylemagazine und entwickelte sich schnell. Er hinterließ ein umfangreiches Gesamtwerk, das von einfachen Werbegrafiken bis zu Gemälden, Objekten, Filmen und Büchern reicht. Zudem war er auch als Musikproduzent tätig. The Velvet Underground & Nico
Dytiko II - Kreta Crete Löwenberg Diskos Dytikos ist bekannt als alte Hippie-Kolonie, man kann immer noch nackt baden und ganz spartanisch am Strand zelten. FKK und Wildcampen sind hier erlaubt (im Gegensatz zum Dorfstrand in Lentas). Sonnenuntergang Sunset beer on the beach Bier am Strand Liebe Mythos Alpha Fix Hellas
Dytiko - Kreta Crete Löwenberg Diskos Dytikos ist bekannt als alte Hippie-Kolonie, man kann immer noch nackt baden und ganz spartanisch am Strand zelten. FKK und Wildcampen sind hier erlaubt (im Gegensatz zum Dorfstrand in Lentas). Sonnenuntergang Sunset beer on the beach Bier am Strand Liebe Mythos Alpha Fix Hellas
Ios - Idylle des Kykladen-Archipels Chora Kunstsammler Freund Friend Art collector Deep Blue Rooms & Apartments Universal Druckluft Orchester Blumeninsel
Veli Rat III - Veli Rat ist eine Ortschaft auf der Insel Dugi Otok in Kroatien. Leuchtturm Lighthouse Camping Mobil Reise Travel Sommer Summer Seestück Seascape Materialbild raue See wild ocean
Leinen los! III -
Leinen los! II -
Leinen los! -
Die Lim-ko IV -
Die Kal-to II -
Die Eos -
Nereide -
Die Kal-to - mit Fahnen-Motiv von Günther Hornig
Die Kal-to - in Berlin-Friedrichshain
Die Haikal -
More III -
More II -
Reflexion V Ponta do Pargo und More III Paintings in office
More II Test hanging in Berlin-Schöneberg
More III Test hanging in Berlin-Schöneberg
Reflexion V Ponta do Pargo - Madeira Island Portugal - where Europe meets the tropics
Kreis II -
Reflexion IX -
Reflexion VIII Goldflut -
Reflexion XIV -
Reflexion VII Königin -
Reflexion I -
Reflexion II -
Europa - a figure of Greek mythology, is the daughter of the Phoenician king Agenor and Telephassa. Zeus fell in love with her. He turned into a bull because of his suspicious wife Hera. His messenger Hermes drove a herd of bulls near Europa, who was playing on the beach of Sidon, and Zeus' bull carried her off on his back. He swam with her to Matala on the island of Crete, where he changed back. The union with the god gave birth to three children: Minos, Rhadamanthys and Sarpedon. Due to a promise of Aphrodite, the foreign continent was named after Europe.
Europa
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Lichter XIII -
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Lichter X -
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Lichter VIII -
Lichter XV -
Musik auf Rädern - Das Universal Druckluft Orchester Klaus Peter Till Das Universal Druckluft Orchester A unique ensemble of mechanical music machines and their  musical operator present: "Music On Wheels" Most beautiful melodies and swift rhythms presented in a  dignified manner. A musical evergreen. For wherever air is found. The maverick among tragic solo entertainers.   Full Show The musical operator and his mirthful orchestra entertain with particular flair to an attentive audience. Following The Vibe A unique ensemble of mechanical music machines and their musical operator present: Music On Wheels Most beautiful melodies and swift rhythms presented in a dignified  manner. A musical evergreen. For wherever air is found. A varied, tactful according to inclination the following will be varied  and offered: The audience is encouraged to pursue  its favoured courtship ritual. Smooth Entertainment Light “conversational music“ allows guests to enjoy conversation while the orchestra plays.
Das Bild will keinen Titel! -
Luka -
Nala -
Exhibition Petersburg hanging salon hanging enough space for pictures everywhere
Veli Rat I -
Etüden IX -
Roll Over Beethoven -
Etüden XI -
Etüden XII -
Tanz mit Günther I -
Tanz mit Günther V -
Tanz mit Günther IV -
Tanz mit Günther II -
Tanz mit Thomas I -
Tanz mit Thomas II -
Tanz mit Thomas IV -
Tanz mit Thomas III - Animals Since the mid-1990s, sculptor Thomas Kühnapfel (*1966) has been working on sculptures that owe their creation to calculated physical forces. With the help of air and water, he puts materials ranging from sheet metal to stainless steel under enormous pressure and thus forms volumes that often appear like floating cushions and yet have not lost their physical weight. In contrast to the traditional methods of sculpture, the beating of a form out of a block or the forming of a shape by modeling clay, he creates a limited space from within in a way not previously thought possible through the resistance of the material in question made visible. This also means that for him the process of creation is just as important as the final result, which is why some of his sculptures, such as the one in 2014 in the courtyard of the Museum Kurhaus Kleve, are executed virtually as a public performance and gave the participants an unforgettable impression of the elemental force of the action of compressed air on the curving steel. The interplay between precise control and induced chance that is at work here reflects Kühnapfel's fundamental conviction of an organic way of dealing with the material and thus with the world: if the force used corresponds to the matter, there is a chance of a necessary form that is legitimate in itself. Rees/Lower Rhine
Musik auf Rädern - Das Universal Druckluft Orchester Klaus Peter Till Das Universal Druckluft Orchester A unique ensemble of mechanical music machines and their  musical operator present: "Music On Wheels" Most beautiful melodies and swift rhythms presented in a  dignified manner. A musical evergreen. For wherever air is found. The maverick among tragic solo entertainers.   Full Show The musical operator and his mirthful orchestra entertain with particular flair to an attentive audience. Following The Vibe A unique ensemble of mechanical music machines and their musical operator present: Music On Wheels Most beautiful melodies and swift rhythms presented in a dignified  manner. A musical evergreen. For wherever air is found. A varied, tactful according to inclination the following will be varied  and offered: The audience is encouraged to pursue  its favoured courtship ritual. Smooth Entertainment Light “conversational music“ allows guests to enjoy conversation while the orchestra plays.
Etüden I-VI -
Etüden IV -
Etüden III -
Etüden II -
Etüden I -
Etüden VI -
Etüden V -
Seestück I -
Seestück II -
Seestück III -
Insel morgens -
Insel mittags -
Insel abends -
Die Lim-ko III -
Die Lim-ko I -
Nala -
Terra incognita XIV -
Moment (mit Hund) II -
Umarmung -
EXIL -
Atelier - Studio
Moment (Greece Woman Carrying Phallus I) VIII -
Moment (Greece Woman Carrying Phallus II) VIII -
Moment (Greece Woman Carrying Phallus I + II) VIII
bunt -
gelb -
rot -
blau -
grün -
grau -
Land I - Landscape
Land II - Landscape
Land III - Landscape
Land IV - Landscape
Land V - Landscape
Land VI - Landscape
Land VII - Landscape
Land VIII - Landscape
Le fauteuil jaune de Matisse -
L'été de Matisse -
Am Wasser I -
Am Wasser III -
Am Wasser II -
Am Wasser V -
Dorfschönheit - Village beauty
Ufer - shore
L'ART D'AIMER - THE ART OF LOVE
EVERLAST -
Ein Spiel und ein Zeitvertreib -
2013 -
Swimmingpool -
Love Ranch -
Die Einsicht bleibt -
Fütterung - feeding
Terra incognita I -
Terra incognita III -
Terra incognita II -
Terra incognita IV -
Terra incognita V -
Terra incognita VII -
Terra incognita VIII -
Terra incognita IX -
Terra incognita X -
März - March
Toro y Torero - Bull and bullfighter
Architektin, 41 -
Mama - Mum Mummy
Carolin -
Liz -
Engel - Angel
Ellida -
Test hanging without obligation and free of charge
Test hanging without obligation and free of charge
Test hanging without obligation and free of charge
Ellida - Woman from the sea in Berlin
Was? - What?
Violetta -
Tilda -
Cécile -
Kleine Lesende (mit) Grete - Little reader
Le Manteau - the coat
"Le Manteau" with sculpture Thomas Kühnapfel
Once Upon a Time -
Le Génie de la Liberté -
Chess! -
BYE BYE P. -
PHOTO -
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Mach‘s gut, Manitu! - Take care Manitu!
Ich vermute, auch sie hat von meinem  Wodka getrunken. (nach Raymond Carver)  I suspect she drank some of my vodka too. (after Raymond Carver)
AUDREY (Wissant) -
ALL OF US -
Studie - study
MAYFLOWER -
SUMMER -
Aber das ist eine andere Geschichte. - But this is another story.
Fenster - window
Brain Y. K. -
IQ -
Funny Face I -
Funny Face II -
Morgenstern - Morning star
o. T. - untitled
Neu-Amerika - New America
o. T. - untitled
24 HOURS -
genug - enough
play! -
o. T. - untitled
Seestück - seascape
Rama Lama Ding Dong -
Ma nuit chez Maud -
Night Vision -
  x im    bor -
o. T. -
Selbst in Farbe -
My god, what does she want? -
Ideal -
Pin-up -
ASA NISI MASA -
SCHÖN - beautiful nice lovely

Markus Honerla’s abstract painting is characterised by his intense engagement in sculpture and painting during his studies at the Düsseldorf Art Academy, as a master student of Tony Cragg, as well as later in photography and digital image processing. What really fascinates him about painting is the immediacy of real time. Nothing can be limited, blown up or repeated as if using a computer. Painting requires maximum skills. His artistic experiences in several genres give his work its distinctive style. Relievos consisting of fine parallel lines reveal layers and structures moving apart from one context and being slid over others. These structures and fragments allow for different perspectives on various worlds at just one look.


                                The Frankfurt Art Experience, 2020


  


It’s all about colour

Markus Honerla has worked in several genres, 

but what really got him is painting.


Tony Cragg, Richard Serra, Magdalena Jetelová, Bruce Nauman, Donald Judd – when Markus Honerla enumerates the names of people who influenced him during his studies at Düsseldorf Art Academy, it sounds like a personnel list of Documenta during the 1980s and 90s. In Düsseldorf, the first division team of artists had gathered, they were teaching at the academy, making exhibitions. Before, Honerla had attended the evening painting course in Dresden, and not just compared to that, Düsseldorf must have seemed to him like enormous freedom: openness between the different genres of art – from photography to stage design – instead of physical separation between the subjects painting and sculpture, open-mindedness for all currents of this world instead of regional echo chambers. 

While Honerla was increasingly focusing on the field of sculpturing when he lived in Düsseldorf, today painting is central to him. That there had been a long chapter of digital image processing in Berlin during the 00s should also be mentioned. What we see now is flawless flatware for the wall, created in the classical way using brush and paint. The beginning is marked by one specific painting: “ASA NISI MASA” from 2007. It is one of the first paintings Markus Honerla brought onto the canvas after about 20 years of abstinence from painting. A start going along with the insight that the contact between artist and canvas is immediate and direct. Whatever appears on it comes up in real time and is neither limited by a computer’s processing power, nor by the usual technical effort typical for the sculpturing scene of the 1990s. Compared to that, painting is a downright organic way of working with minimum use of resources, but still requiring maximum skills in order to give a sentiment shape and colour. In case of Honerla, structure also plays a role. In his strictly black and white series “Land”, it is decisive: Relievos of fine parallel lines create forms, widen into landscapes. In his études, however, the paint appears as if cut out of paper strips. In general, Honerla quite often uses collage looks, but he creates them using paint only. Filmogen lacquers, by the way, put on top of one another, building several layers. And it is exactly this technique that seems to close the circle – to sculpturing, when Honerla understands the individual applied paints as delimited layers and juxtaposes matt and shiny surfaces in an extremely exact way. As well as to digital image processing, when forms detach from their context, suddenly, and are being laid over others by Honerla.

Ultimately, it is all about paint and colour. Not as a texture, but as red, yellow, and blue. The three elementary colours creating all those brilliant paintings.


                                         Siiri Klose, 2018

Photo Portrait Markus Honerla • born in Dresden • Evening course in painting at Dresden University of Fine Arts •Studies in painting and sculpture at Düsseldorf Art Academy • Master student of Prof. Tony Cragg

born in Dresden

Evening course in painting at Dresden University of Fine Arts

Studies in painting and sculpture at Düsseldorf Art Academy

Master student of Prof. Tony Cragg

Contact

Markus Honerla

Gustav-Freytag-Str. 13

01277 Dresden, Germany 

+49 172 4406569


markus@honerla.com