Carsten Beck

Carsten Beck’s paintings can be referred to as a boil down of Scandinavian minimalistic expression transferred to oil on canvas.

The paintings are a mix of a geometric perspective in forms and shapes with a mathematicians attention to detail and high quality materials. The lines in his paintings creates a new object and a new formation that immediately fascinates and guides you to find comfort and relaxation. Carsten tells us: "The ideas behind my work, is an expression of the organic forms and shapes. My background into print making and photography gives me the options to see a new perspective in art. The simple lines that create a new object fascinates me, and force me to think of art in a new way through the simple lines. My big passion and inspiration for midcentury modern art, is something I feel a deep-rooted connection with".


Carsten Beck’s paintings explore the aesthetics of geometry, the love of shapes, patterns, sharp lines and objects. The relationship of points, angles and surfaces meets the eye, when you are standing in front of his artworks. His precision in application of oil paint is striking. Despite his young age his works can be found in prominent art collections on a international scale.