L'Isle Jourdain (32), France
Robert Einbeck's artistic approach since 1972 has been focused on serenity, contemplation and meditation - which led him to conceive in the 1980s artistic spaces for meditation. In 1982, he created the C.E.R.C.L.E.S. (Centre d'Etudes et de Recherches sur la Couleur, la Lumière et le Signe) whose main objectives are to synthesize all the studies on colour, sign and form carried out in the world, but also to study their symbolism and meaning for thousands of years and the whys and wherefores of their use by the different civilizations. Thus, he surrounded himself with French and American researchers belonging to organizations such as the CNRS, INSERM and MIT but also with artists such as the musician Olivier Messiaen.
During this period his work was exhibited at the Hayden Corridor Gallery at MIT in Cambridge among other American universities. Robert Einbeck's intention is mainly to optimize his creations of artistic spaces which were exhibited in galleries and international fairs (FIAC in 1982 or in Basel in 1987).
His first concrete action was to set up a study on the consequences of colour in relation to coronary diseases at the Ambroise Paré Hospital, surrounded by a multidisciplinary team. This was an international first, the results of which were widely publicized and Robert Einbeck was then called upon by the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta and the Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas to continue similar studies.
It was in 1994 that he and his wife Marion launched the concept of the Time for Peace Project and the Time for Peace Film & Music Awards in New York. They use film and music as a means of educating about humanist values and non-violence in schools in the USA. He is the founder of social film production companies and also teaches humanist values through film in universities.
In 2013 he resumed his work of serenity and is currently developing several projects.
Courtault Institute London
Most recent solo museum exhibitions are:
2013 - Frost Art Museum - Miami (USA) - affiliated to the Museums of the Smithsonian Institution in Washington DC
2018 - Centre André Verdet - Saint Paul de Vence (France) - formerly Musée de Saint Paul de Vence
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