Juergen Kuhl

Painting | Digital Art

About the artist

"I want my work to touch, challenge or just visually entertain."

Jürgen Kuhl is a German artist most likely known for his Andy Warhol impersonations. In doing so, he set himself the task of not only imitating Warhol, but doing it better. In the 1980s, the demand for his works was so great that he produced them in up to six color variations, each in editions of 300, and the original editions sold out. Many of his works are based on silkscreen printing, which allows him to produce series and unique pieces. After printing, the images are painted over by the artist, making them unique. In his career, Kuhl also became known for counterfeiting hundred dollar bills for which he also served a jail term. Controversially, he has to this day regarded this not as a crime, but as art.

Works | Series

2020 | Kappeln | Germany
Kunsthaus Kappeln

2019 | Frankfurt | Germany
Discovery Art Fair

2019 | Düsseldorf| Germany
Pop Up, Galerie Burkhard Eikelmann

2019 | Palma de Mallorca | Spain
Ahoy Gallery

2019 | Basel | Switzerland
Art Week

2018 | Cologne | Germany
Art theft

2017 | London | Great Britain
Joseph Fine Art

2016 | Cologne | Germany
Old pawnshop

2014 | Cologne | Germany
Art Gallery The One

1994 | Las Vegas | USA
Art Fair Las Vegas

1993 | Berlin | Germany
Perplex Gallery

1992 | Düsseldorf | Germany
Niagara Gallery

1989-1997 | Frankfurt | Germany