Paintings, graphics, graphic design
Maximilian CONDULA in 1971
Maximilian Condula was born 1937 in Munich where he studied graphics, later attending the Summer Academy in Salzburg. Until 1967 he was advertising artist and art director of Messerschmitt-Bölkow-Blohm (MBB). Between 1967 and 1968 he visited Spain, France and Italy. In 1968, Maximilian Condula established together with Wolfgang Baum a private Institute for Graphic Design in Munich (Lehrinstitut für Grafische Gestaltung), later to be known as “Akademie U5”, where he lectured in graphic arts.
Maximilian Condula held exhibitions in Germany, Austria (Künstlerhaus Wien – Gruppe 7), Spain (Ibizagrafic-72) and the “St Olaf College Flaten Art Gallery”, Northfields Minn., USA, before travelling to South Africa in October, 1970, to visit family. After his return, he carried on with lecturing at the "Akademie U5" in Munich whose President he became.
Selected Solo Shows
1971 Gallery 101, Johannesburg (22nd February) (paintings)
Please click on image to see invitation card!
1972 Galerie Zinser – Edition Art + Life – Munich (29th September – 28th October) (multiples and graphics)
Three selected works exhibited at Gallery 101 Johannesburg in 1971
Selected Press Reviews
The Star, Johannesburg – 20th January, 1971, ill. p.2 (“Artist visitor wants to paint the town”)
The Star, Johannesburg – 15th February, 1971 (“Ready to paint the town”)
Rand Daily Mail, Johannesburg – 24th February, 1971
The Star, Johannesburg – 2nd March, 1971
ARTLOOK 55 Johannesburg – June 1971 pp. 46/47 ill. (“The need for colour”)
„Das unsichtbare Bild: Wahrnehmung & Wirklichkeit“ (Basse & Lechner), 2004 - ISBN-13: 978-3927578340
„U5 40 Jahre Akademie U5 - 40 Jahre Zukunft“ (Stiebner Verlag) (2008) - ISBN-13: 978-3830713623
Last updated 27th August, 2015
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