The Consul General of Romania in Munich, Brandu? a Predescu, cordially invites you, on Thursday, June 16th, 2011, 18:00 for the opening of the exhibition shoes, musical instruments, puppets, coins, busts, books, watches, sculptures, playing cards are just a few of the items which lead my own life and bring his chosen life path on the screen expression in Michael Lassels oil painting. The stringing together of everyday objects and motifs of in art history gives a new truth, a new symbolism, which extends far beyond the visible, pictured, deceptively real reality. In an accumulation of objects, periods, art movements, past and present, universal meaning with the transience, the realistic figure and the illusion, the seriousness of the issues with the irony in the controversy that meet in the same image. Imagination, technique, perfection, care for details, hidden Sense, numerous cultural, historical and mythological references are arguments that Lagos is considered a master of the contemporary trompe l’oeil painting. The only contemporary painter, which given the exhibition Babylon. Myth and reality”with its image of Babylon in the London British Museum (2008/9) access found, brings his paintings from the Gallery of the General Consulate of Romania in Munich June 2011 to showcase.
in 1948 the Romanian Edy (Ludwigsdorf) in the District of Mures in Northern Transylvania, born, he then studied as a student of the renowned portrait of Romanian artist Corneliu Baba at the Art Academy in Bucharest. He continued his career in Sighisoara (Segesvar), where he has taught art at the German school. 1986 Michael Lassell in the Middle Franconian Furth, where he could devote the art as a freelance artist alone moved. In 1988 he traveled regularly to Paris, where he and the Group of trompe l’oeil Realite to Pierre Gilou joined and in 1992 as a member of the Paris Autumn salon was. As a trompe l’oeil painter he was shown in numerous French exhibitions, what world opened the way to him.