Arik Brauer, né le 4 janvier 1929 à Vienne, est un peintre, architecte, poète, danseur et chanteur autrichien. Il est co-fondateur de l'École viennoise de réalisme fantastique avec Ernst Fuchs, Rudolf Hausner, Wolfgang Hutter et Anton Lehmden.Il est le père de la chanteuse de jazz Timna Brauer.

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  • Arik Brauer, né le 4 janvier 1929 à Vienne, est un peintre, architecte, poète, danseur et chanteur autrichien. Il est co-fondateur de l'École viennoise de réalisme fantastique avec Ernst Fuchs, Rudolf Hausner, Wolfgang Hutter et Anton Lehmden.Il est le père de la chanteuse de jazz Timna Brauer.
  • Arik Brauer, al secolo Erich Brauer (in ebraico: אריק בראואר‎‎[?]; Vienna, 4 gennaio 1929), è un artista austriaco, nato da genitori lituani-ebrei. Vive tra la capitale austriaca ed Ein Hod, in Israele.
  • Arik Brauer (* 4. Jänner 1929 in Wien; eigentlich Erich Brauer) ist ein österreichischer Maler, Grafiker, Bühnenbildner, Sänger und Dichter, und einer der Hauptvertreter der Wiener Schule des Phantastischen Realismus.
  • Arik Brauer (Hebrew: אריק בראואר‎; born January 4, 1929) is an Austrian painter, draughtsman, printmaker, poet, dancer, singer and stage designer. He resides in Vienna and Ein Hod, Israel. Brauer is a co-founder of the Vienna School of Fantastic Realism, together with Ernst Fuchs, Rudolf Hausner, Wolfgang Hutter and Anton Lehmden.Erich "Arik" Brauer is the child of Lithuanian Jewish emigrants. His post-war artistic training was in Vienna, under the supervision of Albert Paris von Gütersloh. Gütersloh promoted Brauer's work within the Vienna School of Fantastic Realism circle of artists, which had formed in the mid-1950s from a post-1946 Viennese surrealist group that had included Brauer along with Edgar Jené, Ernst Fuchs, Wolfgang Hutter, Rudolf Hausner, Anton Lehmden, and Fritz Janschka. Despite the prevailing art-world taste for abstraction in the 1950s and early 1960s, Brauer's work successfully blended high craftsmanship and surrealism in ways that gained him international attention. In 1982, he had breakthrough solo shows in the USA.Brauer has also designed architectural projects in Austria and Israel. The façades and interiors of his buildings are covered with fantastical mosaics, murals and painted tiles. He also designed the first United Buddy Bear for Austria in 2002.Among his works are: Brauerhaus in Gumpendorferstraße, Vienna Pfarre am Tabor, Vienna Rathaus Voitsberg Kastra shopping mall, Haifa – facade of Kastra features Brauer's "Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden" is the largest mural of its kind in the world.His daughter is jazz singer Timna Brauer.
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  • Arik Brauer, né le 4 janvier 1929 à Vienne, est un peintre, architecte, poète, danseur et chanteur autrichien. Il est co-fondateur de l'École viennoise de réalisme fantastique avec Ernst Fuchs, Rudolf Hausner, Wolfgang Hutter et Anton Lehmden.Il est le père de la chanteuse de jazz Timna Brauer.
  • Arik Brauer, al secolo Erich Brauer (in ebraico: אריק בראואר‎‎[?]; Vienna, 4 gennaio 1929), è un artista austriaco, nato da genitori lituani-ebrei. Vive tra la capitale austriaca ed Ein Hod, in Israele.
  • Arik Brauer (* 4. Jänner 1929 in Wien; eigentlich Erich Brauer) ist ein österreichischer Maler, Grafiker, Bühnenbildner, Sänger und Dichter, und einer der Hauptvertreter der Wiener Schule des Phantastischen Realismus.
  • Arik Brauer (Hebrew: אריק בראואר‎; born January 4, 1929) is an Austrian painter, draughtsman, printmaker, poet, dancer, singer and stage designer. He resides in Vienna and Ein Hod, Israel. Brauer is a co-founder of the Vienna School of Fantastic Realism, together with Ernst Fuchs, Rudolf Hausner, Wolfgang Hutter and Anton Lehmden.Erich "Arik" Brauer is the child of Lithuanian Jewish emigrants. His post-war artistic training was in Vienna, under the supervision of Albert Paris von Gütersloh.
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