Helena Einhaus is born in Berlin in 1994, shortly after the fall of the Berlin Wall. Born into a social elation of departure, freedom and daring, these moods have become the basis of her attitude towards life. She spent my childhood and youth in the south of France, where art and artists have left their mark since the Stone Age, as in the Lascaux cave. The works and lives of Picas-so, Cezanne, Matisse, Chagall and not to forget van Gogh are omnipresent there. The preoccupation with art has naturally become her purpose in life. Helena takes often part in international exhibitions.
“ Art bears witness to the state of the world. And art can open up further access for people to the world of experience of other people and thus of humanity in general. As a woman, I am interested in the position of women in this world - and which worlds they imagine. Which of these ideas will our future arise from? What touches me is the unfinished and the imperfect. The be-coming. The passing. Moments that are vague, that may never come true. Ideas that only live for a moment. I try to sound out these moments and their conditions in my pictures, to order the invisible, to make the unknown recognizable. The most important question: which fantasies develop the strength to live on and to spread. ‘To paint is like floating through twilight, observing what’s decide to stay or go’”.