Hanspeter Münch counts among the most important representatives of contemporary painting in Germany. Hanspeter Münch received his artistic education in the 1960s at the art academies in Stuttgart and Hamburg. It was as early as in these days that he had begun to focus on an abstract style that is geared at contemplative color surfaces. The range of paintings by Hanspeter Münch reaches from monochrome lucent color surfaces over bi- and tricolor images all the way to multicolor compositions. These paintings often remind the observer of lyrical color clouds. In case of large-format paintings by Hanspeter Münch, the act of artistic creation becomes a physical rendering, for instance when the artist gets onto the canvas on the floor and "puts himself in the picture". His painting also reaches monumental measurements when the artist makes large wall- and ceiling paintings and thus creates walkable color spaces. Works by Hanspeter Münch have been in the focus of numerous exhibitions, which is impressive proof of their artistic rank.