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ABOUT BAX

For more than two decades now, Hamburg-based artist Konstantin Bax has fascinated his numerous fans worldwide with his multi-layered and multi-dimensional paintings, that are quite unique in Germany.

His art, which explores the tension between dream and reality, abstraction and figuration, inspires the viewer with its expressive power and simultaneous devotion to detail. The Viennese painter Prof. Ernst Fuchs once aptly described his paintings as “Windows to Infinity”.

His art has been exhibited in Los Angeles, Denver, Hamburg, Munich, Berlin, Chiang Mai and Vienna, among others. The artist’s coveted originals are in numerous private collections worldwide.


“Your art seems to be born before its time, very premature I would say. It is perhaps a portal to a universe where there is no limit to the imagination, or rather;
an imagination that knows well of limits and borders but knows with wisdom to surpass them in a sensual, aesthetic and extremely subtle way, aimed at an audience that appreciates the value of existence at an intuitive and spiritual level.

My most sincere congratulations, you have a gift in your interior superior to many artists and painters, in the artistic community of our generation and from our past.”

Efrat Cybulkiewicz
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LIFELINES

Born in 1979 into a family of artists (his father, himself a painter, was a friend of Salvador Dali), Konstantin Bax also acquired the craft of painting during his time as an assistant to Prof. Ernst Fuchs.

After graduating with a degree in interior architecture, he chose Hamburg as his home port. Since 2006 Konstantin lives and works as a freelance artist in the Karolinenviertel and is a caring father of two children.


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