HNBraco Gallery -Small windows Prälat-Zistl-Strβe 20, 80331, Munich (near Mrienplatz) From Wednesday 07.09 to Friday 09.08 (19: 00-22: 00) Saturday 10.08 (17: 00-22: 00)
HNBraco was born on 22.02.1977 in Cazin, a small town in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and grew up together with two sisters. As the middle brother, he had to start working early, which is why he first had to put art on ice. In school he was always an art-loving boy. He got married in 2000 and moved to Germany at the same time as his childhood love. Out of nothing, they built a stable standard of living in the metropolis of Munich and had two children. Ten years later he finally had the opportunity to pursue his talent and rediscover art for himself. With the help of different seminars and trainings he developed his very own style. Close to reality with a touch of abstraction. Ten years later he finally had the opportunity to pursue his talent and rediscover art for himself. With the help of different seminars and trainings he developed his very own style. Close to reality with a touch of abstraction. HNBraco used every free minute - not only in his own studio, but also in nature - to conjure up one painting after another. From drawing with a pencil to painting with a fine brush to painting a wall artistically, he has tried everything that can be clearly seen in his works. The individuality and intensity of the colours is so extraordinary that each work seems to tell its own story. In 2017 he finally achieved his breakthrough. Together with a colleague, he set up his first art exhibition, which was the starting shot for his artistic career. One year later his next vernissage took place, which was organized by the Artist Club Munich. This attracted his attention, which earned him limited space in the art project Kunstlabor. The three-month project took place on 5000m² in a office complexe, created by 50 different national and international artists. At the moment he focuses on painting portraits, but also experiments with other techniques such as linoleum printing.