The artist's work has been exhibited in many galleries, companies, and public institutions. He has been featured many times on TV and in magazines and newspaper.
Below you can find detailed information:
Below you will find a selection of TV documentaries about Marc Remus' paintings.
All documentaries in German with English subtitles.
Exhibition Frankfurt, Germany
German National TV, HR Hessischer Rundfunk, News Hessenschau
Exhibition Jülich/Northern Germany
German National TV, WDR,
Exhibition Mexican Consulate
Rhein Main TV, Germany
Kulturcheck, Length:2:20 m.
Rhein Main TV, Germany, News: Rhein-Main Aktuell/Kulturcheck
Group exhibition Instituto Cervantes, Frankfurt, Germany
Rhein Main TV, Germany, Kulturcheck
Logo trailer for the Magora book series.
Concept & Art Direction: Marc Remus, Animation: Jun Park,
Soundtrack: Patrick Rundblad
Artist Marc Remus already began painting as a child, winning various children's art competition at an early age. With his formal studies at renowned Art Center College of Design, Pasadena, CA, he acquired the necessary skills in Fine Art to become a successful painter.
Through his travels to over sixty countries and thousands of cities, Remus absorbed many different art styles and incorporated many of them into his body of work, making it a diverse blend of creativity.
Remus speaks multiple languages, grew up between Germany and the United States, and lived in Japan and Honduras.
He continues to hold exhibitions at regular intervals.
EXHIBITIONS & COLLECTIONS
Here a selection of solo shows that have been held at the following locations: 2017/18 Galerie an der Zitadelle, Jülich. 2017 Gallery Hartmann, Gelnhausen. Pop-Art Gallery The Dream Factory, Frankfurt, 2015 & 2014. Mexican Consulate General, Frankfurt, 2013. The Frankfurt Public Library, 2012. Gallery Hartmann, Gelnhausen, 2011. Volkswagen Fischer Schaedler, Bad Vilbel, 2012. Galerie an der Zitadelle, Juechlich, 2010. Arguna Consulting, Biebesheim, 2010. Kunst-Etage Hartmann, Gelnhausen, 2010. Sipology Art Gallery, Long Beach, CA, 2009. Gallery Krüger, Rödermark, 2008, Gallery Guntermann, Duesseldorf, 2007. Gallery Das Atelier, Schwetzingen, 2006. Gallery Stiefelhagen, Siegburg, 2007. Art Gallery Rotgeri, Euskirchen, 2006. City Hall of Gelnhausen, 2005. Gallery Art & Bijou, Cologne, 2005. Steffi's Art Gallery, Cologne, 2004. The Art Gallery/Zeilgalerie, Frankfurt, 2004. Kempinski Hotel, Frankfurt, 2004. Frankfurt Botanical Garden, Palmengarten, Frankfurt, 2003; Sheraton Congress Hotel, Frankfurt, 2003. Gallery Freunde Frankfurts, Frankfurt, 2002. Headquaters of Frankfurter Neue Presse Newspaper, Frankfurt, 1999.
The artist has also participated in numerous group shows: The Hive, Los Angeles. The Brewery Artwalk, Los Angeles, CA, USA. The Spanish Cultural Institute, Instituto Cervantes, Frankfurt, Germany. Old Pueblo Gallery, Tuscon, AZ, USA. Limbo Art Gallery, Florence, Italy. Gallery Wutzke, Koblenz, Germany. MAWL Gallery, Garden Grove, CA, USA. Galerie an der Zitadelle, Juelich, Germany. Remus has also participated in art fairs such as Art Fair Europe, Bad Salzufflen, Germany, 2009.
Remus’ work can be found in many private collections all over the world including Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Croatia, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Honduras, Hungary, Italy, Japan, Luxembourg, Mauritius, Mexico, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Romania, Spain, Sudan, Switzerland, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, United States, Venezuela.
Marc Remus has won multiple art awards (for literary awards please go to the author's page). Here a selection of the most recent ones:
Art Ascent International Art Magazine, Honorable Mention, 2014
Richeson 75 Art Award, "Landscape, Seascape and Architecture" winner, 2014
Best of Mixed Media, Incite 2 – Color Passion, winner, 2013
Acrylic Works, Best of Acrylic painting, winner, 2013
At the age of six Remus already won some art competitions. From that point on he continued painting until he moved from Germany to the United States, where he attended School for Creative and Performing Arts , a high-school specializing in the arts. He majored in painting and graduated in the late 80s.
Shortly after, Remus studied Japanese at the University of Frankfurt in Germany. He moved to Japan in the early 90s, allowing him to pursue his passion of Asian art. This influenced remained part of him for years. Many of his early works show Asian characteristics.
Remus formal art studies began in the mid-90s at the prestigious Art Center College of Design, Pasadena, California (BA, Fine Art) where he acquired his traditional studio foundations.
After graduation, Remus moved to Honduras to study the indigenous cultures of Mesoamerica, allowing him to blend his knowledge of Asian art with formal Western art styles and combining it with the art of Latin America. The result of this is a unique series of Mexico, including so-called "Catrinas," symbols of the "Day of the Dead."
Today Remus continues to surprise the art world by coming up with new painting styles that are unlike his usual work. The new series "Fossils" displays abstracted threedimensional reliefs, moving away from the Asian and Latin American art styles that favor line and pattern.
2015- 2019 articles are listed below.
1999-2014 Please scroll to the end of the list below.
Most articles are only available in the original language, mostly German and some in Spanish at this point.