Matthias Reinmuth German, b. 1974


In my latest series, titled Glimpse, which I started and continously developing since 2019, I show "emotional landscapes" that reflect the constant flow of sounds and images emitted by the media and social networks that interfere with our daily lives and our watching on devices.


I see this series as the moment of brief floating and shimmering between successive images and sounds or film snippets. The images are the experiment to read the basic noise of our coexistence with smartphone screens and the no longer concretely tangible permanent stream of visual and audiovisual information of our digital consciousness landscape.

Matthias Reinmuth (Bad Wimpfen, Germany, 1974) lives and works in Berlin. Reinmuth studied fine art at the. University of the Arts, Berlin, Germany and earned his Master’s under Georg Baselitz in 2004. Reinmuth received his first solo museum exhibition (with catalog) at the Museum of Non-Objective Art, Otterndorf, Germany (2021), and recent solo exhibitions include sunny, Bendana | Pinel, Paris, France (2020); on, ASPB, Leipzig, Germany (2019); Paradies, O&O Depot, Berlin, Germany (2018); Gold was used up, Bendana | Pinel, Paris, France (2017); Zwanzig Sommer, Werkhalle Wiesenburg Berlin, Germany (2017); best western, Städtische Galerie Bad Wimpfen, Bad Wimpfen, Germany (2015); Drei Zwei Eins, Galerie Olsson, Stockholm, Sweden (2014) among other. Group exhibitions include Due To, Lage Egal, Berlin, Germany (2020); Together We Stand, Bendana | Pinel, Paris, France (2020); rtsch ffft, gr_und, Berlin, Germany (2019); Kein Wunder, Raum für drastische Maßnahmen, Berlin, Germany (2018); Mega Bock, Uferhallen Berlin, Germany (2017); Northbound / Southbound, Bendana | Pinel, Paris, France (2016); Germany, Mon Amour, Fondazione Cini, Venice, Italy (2015); Nicht So Contemporary, Kulturfestival Wedding Moabit, Artloft Berlin, Germany (2014); Tasse weder komma noch fisch, Kunsthalle m3, Berlin, Germany (2014); Heuriger 013,, Vienna, Austria (2013) among others.


His works are held in the Public Collections of Städtische Galerie im Lenbachhaus, Munich, Germany; Museum of Non-Objective Art, Otterndorf, Germany and the Armory Center of the Arts, Pasadena, California, United States. Recent publications include Germany, mon Amour! Imago mundi, Luciano Benetton Collection, Antiga Edizioni, 2016; Salon der Gegenwart, Gudberg Nerger Verlag, Hamburg 2015; and the monograph Matthias Reinmuth: Nothing to See, MMKoehn Verlag, Berlin 2015 among others.