Born in 1971 in Leonberg, Deutschland
Works and lives between Berlin and Paris


Tim Eitel’s work balances figurative painting with a conceptual approach, discrete records of inconspicuous acts, situations or objects from the everyday life – figures that appear lost in a foggy landscape or museum space; friends together , bowing silently by the water; a lost pile of garbage bags; these paintings somehow question wether they are meant for the viewer’s eyes.

His work has been presented in numerous institutions such as Kasteel Wijlre, Netherlands ; Pace Gallery, Pekin, China ; the Kunsthalle Tübingen, Germany or the Essl Museum, Klosterneuburg, Austria.

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