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Ludwig Arnold compresses his vision of the world into small formats, presenting houses, cities and landscapes. The subject of the work seems to have been placed with a quick brushstroke, but behind this simplicity hides a well thought out plan. The artist draws our attention to a specific motif. The images have something floating, intangible. They convey a quiet poetry of loneliness.

After studying at the Kunstakademie in Munich in the 1970s, Ludwig participated in several international residencies in France, Germany and the United States. His works can be found in several public and private collections such as those of the Deutsche Bank, the BMW Group collection, the Sprengel Museum, the Kunsthalle Kiel, or the Staatsgalerie Moderne Kunst of Munich.

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