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Caro Jost

WHY NOT TO YOU ?, 2019

Epoxy, acrylic, tape on shaped canvas
22 2/5 × 18 1/10 × 5 1/2 in
57 × 46 × 14 cm
This is a unique work.
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Munich
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Walter Storms Galerie
Munich
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Caro Jost has created an innovative way of depicting the search for traces. She gathers the …

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Caro Jost has created an innovative way of depicting the search for traces. She gathers the material for her pictures on her travels to sites around the world famous in art history, to artists’ studios and to archives. The documents she hunts down are then transferred to loose canvas using the silk screen process, …

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Caro Jost
German, b. 1965
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In the year 2000, Caro Jost developed her iconic technique “Streetprinting,” which draws from practices of photography, printmaking, and painting, to produce imprints of the unique reliefs of roads or pavements. The resulting images are not only records of the tracks that people and machines have left over the course of years, but also records of our present time and place. To date, Jost has made Streetprints in over 40 different cities around the world. Beginning in 2010, Jost began a film and photography project about the Abstract Expressionist artists and what remains of their workspaces in New York, in a work entitled Final Traces of the Abstract Expressionists. In addition to studying law for a period of time, Jost attended the Academy of Fine Arts in Munich, where she was tutored by Jean-Marc Bustamante.

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Caro Jost has created an innovative way of depicting the search for traces. She gathers the …

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Caro Jost has created an innovative way of depicting the search for traces. She gathers the material for her pictures on her travels to sites around the world famous in art history, to artists’ studios and to archives. The documents she hunts down are then transferred to loose canvas using the silk screen process, …

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Caro Jost
German, b. 1965
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In the year 2000, Caro Jost developed her iconic technique “Streetprinting,” which draws from practices of photography, printmaking, and painting, to produce imprints of the unique reliefs of roads or pavements. The resulting images are not only records of the tracks that people and machines have left over the course of years, but also records of our present time and place. To date, Jost has made Streetprints in over 40 different cities around the world. Beginning in 2010, Jost began a film and photography project about the Abstract Expressionist artists and what remains of their workspaces in New York, in a work entitled Final Traces of the Abstract Expressionists. In addition to studying law for a period of time, Jost attended the Academy of Fine Arts in Munich, where she was tutored by Jean-Marc Bustamante.

Caro Jost

WHY NOT TO YOU ?, 2019

Epoxy, acrylic, tape on shaped canvas
22 2/5 × 18 1/10 × 5 1/2 in
57 × 46 × 14 cm
This is a unique work.
Contact For Price
location
Munich
Have a question? Read our FAQ.
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