About Raymond Unger
Raymond Unger, born in Hamburg, Germany, comes from a family of well-known painters. The artistâ€™s ready access to the medium of painting led him to take up abstract painting in 1989, eventually moving on to figurative and expressive realism. In 2004, he moved his studio from Hamburg to Berlin. At that time, Unger stopped painting with a brush and he has since worked exclusively with a palette knife. Since 2004, he has displayed his work in numerous solo exhibitions and at art fairs. Since 2008, his work has been represented in private collections both at home and abroad. Unger is the founder of the German Forum for Remodernism. Since 2007, he has served as a juror for the Professional Association of Visual Artists Berlin. Awards: International Lucas Cranach Exceptional Prize for Painting 2011. Publications: "Die Heldenreise des KÃ¼nstlers â€“ Kunst als Abenteuer der Selbstbegegnung" Raymond Unger, 2013, Nonfiction, 264 Pages, (german) ISBN 978-3-95645-055-6 Paperback: 16,99 EUR, E-Book: 8,99 EUR. "FÃ¼rchte dich nicht! â€“ Malerei von Raymond Unger", Art-Catalog, 52 Pages, Raymond Unger, 2013
ISBN 978-3-7322-8784-0, Paperback: 19,99 EUR, E-Book: 10,99 EUR.