Andreas Dobler’s paintings are based on 20th-century everyday and pop culture. In his youth he was strongly influenced by pop music, psychedelia, and surrealist painting, and he continues to mix influences from high and low culture. His work is dominated by rooms without humans—hotel architecture taken from travel catalogues, science-fiction landscapes, streets from computer games, and most recently prison-like buildings, reminiscent of Piranesi. They are spaces to project our society’s desires, fears, and visions of the future. Besides numerous color reproductions of his works, we see his source material (record covers, images from newspapers and magazines, his own photographs, and sketches), and studio views.