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Statement

In ´Missing´ the paintings subtly face each other like a colored echo, whose translucent reflections leave the works and their sensitive structure up to us - allowing us to continually discover a new image - without giving any further thought to the promise of an endpoint.

Press Release

If a visual and perspective reference disappears before us in images, our gaze becomes all the more tactile and is initially set back to purely experiencing the painted surface. The gaze softly and auratically sinks into the color fields of the canvas surfaces and glides gently over the overlapping square planes of color. The presence of a motif is not completely renounced, but instead visualizes …

If a visual and perspective reference disappears before us in images, our gaze becomes all the more tactile and is initially set back to purely experiencing the painted surface. The gaze softly and auratically sinks into the color fields of the canvas surfaces and glides gently over the overlapping square planes of color. The presence of a motif is not completely renounced, but instead visualizes a shift - a withdrawal into the background and an apparent merging into the bright layers of color. In some places, it is still perceptible as a trail of geometric metaphors based on emerging …

Gallery

Location

Birkenstraße 43
Düsseldorf, NRW, DE
Monday–Wednesday, Sunday, Closed
Thursday–Friday, 1pm–6pm
Saturday, 12pm–3pm