The artist, born in Munich in 1948, felt no urge to study nude drawing for years at an art academy. He preferred to take his path of art into his own hands. This path led to free art following a preoccupation with philosophical questions. Within a short time, he found his style. Bright colours and free abstract form inventions are as much a part of it as mischievous references to the real world of objects. He implements his ideas and visions with great artistic skill, whether in painting or sculpture.

The breakthrough for RobiN came very quickly. His works can now be seen in many galleries and museums around the world, including the Museum of Tolerance of the Simon Wiesenthal Center in Los Angeles, where he is the first German of non-Jewish faith to be represented.