Through paintings and sculptures using a wide variety of techniques and styles, Anselm Reyle deliberately "quotes" the most outdated forms of abstract art - dripping, gestural tachism, serial repetition, stripes, monochromatic colour fields - in an attempt to resurrect styles from the past. The German artist borrows visual elements from modern art to save, "a stereotype by breathing new life into it". He uses these references from art history as "found objects", mixing and matching them according to his needs and transforming these stylistic "scraps" into a new form of painting.

The work Untitled was presented for the first time by Pinault Collection on the occasion of the "Sequence 1" exhibition in 2007 at Palazzo Grassi.

Anselm Reyle's other artwork