Günter Förg is born in Füssen (Germany) in 1952. He studies at the School of Fine Arts in Munich. If his first solo exhibition is held in 1974, his first exhibition in Munich takes place 6 years later (1980). The artist focuses his research in different directions, exploring alongside painting, graphic art, sculpture and photography. All these facets are used to feed the artist in his reflections on modernism. Günter Förg is in perpetual motion, insatiable seeker of form and composition, always in search of a refine art and clearness. Monochrome, color-field or reliefs- paintings, the artist creates abstract paintings. Günther Förg uses different media such as wood, cloth, lead, aluminum and fabric. The artist produces architectural photographs in black and white in which he highlights the inhumane inherent part of its mythologized habitats. In the 90s, Förg creates bronze masks and reinterprets the shapes of his paintings in a series of sculptures. Recently, Günther Förg uses abstract patterns to create watercolors with brilliant colors. His work has been exhibited in major museums including the Museum of Modern Art in Paris (1987) or the Centro de Arte Reina Sofia (Queen Sofia Art Center)(Madrid, 1991). He lives and works in Füssen.