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Intimacy. Patrick Angus, Stephen Bron, TM Davy, Rainer Fetting, Dylan Hurwitz, Bartosz Kolata, Navot Miller, Logan T. Sibrel

 

Opening
Friday, 13th Jan 2023, 6 pm – 9 pm
13th Jan – 11th Feb 2023

 

From 13th January to 11th February 2023, we presents eight artists in the group exhibition "Intimacy". The focus of the exhibition is on the painterly depiction of closeness and intimacy. In different ways, the artists provide insight into private moments, relationships and everyday situations from their surroundings. The overarching theme of Queer Intimacy spans several decades and generations and reveals the importance of relationships and friendships in the everyday lives especially of queer people, their needs and longings.

 

Patrick Angus depicted the gay underground scene in New York in the 1980s through painting and drawing. Angus placed particular emphasis on the loneliness of homosexuals in this milieu and their longing for emotional, not just physical, closeness.

Patrick Angus – Ross MacLean, Playwright
1990, acrylic on canvas
82 x 66 cm
( 32 1/4 x 26 in )

EUR 86.000,- ( Net price EUR 72.268,- ) *

Patrick Angus – Ross MacLean, Playwright
1990, acrylic on canvas
82 x 66 cm
( 32 1/4 x 26 in )

EUR 86.000,- ( Net price EUR 72.268,- ) *

Literatur:
Robert Trent, "The Portraits of Patrick Angus", Christopher Street, #147

Patrick Angus – Untitled
n.a., pencil on paper, framed
28 x 36 cm
( 11 x 14 1/8 in )

EUR 7.000,- ( Net price EUR 5.882,- ) **

Patrick Angus – Untitled
n.a., pencil on paper, framed
28 x 36 cm
( 11 x 14 1/8 in )

EUR 7.000,- ( Net price EUR 5.882,- ) **

In Stephen Bron's works exhibited in "Intimacy", the people depicted lie, sit and move in brightly colored landscapes inspired by travels to the Black Forest and Joshua Tree National Park. The artist's focus during the creation of these paintings was particularly on color and form, which are intended to exert a harmonious and song-like effect on the viewer.

Stephen Bron – The Second Time Around
2022, oil on linen
30,5 x 22,9 cm
( 12 x 9 in )

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Stephen Bron – The Second Time Around
2022, oil on linen
30,5 x 22,9 cm
( 12 x 9 in )

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Stephen Bron – Boy Entangled
2022, oil on linen
35,6 x 45,7 cm
( 14 x 18 in )

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Stephen Bron – Boy Entangled
2022, oil on linen
35,6 x 45,7 cm
( 14 x 18 in )

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Whereas TM Davy's paintings in the past repeatedly showed motifs from the artist's immediate surroundings like friends, acquaintances and especially his partner Liam, in these new works he is heading into imaginative realities and the intimacy of inner fantasy. For "Intimacy" he created paintings of familiar moments, of kisses, embraces and a double portrait of lovers.

TM Davy – Lovers
2023, oil on canvas
46,1 x 35,6 cm
( 18 x 14 in )

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TM Davy – Lovers
2023, oil on canvas
46,1 x 35,6 cm
( 18 x 14 in )

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TM Davy – Gaze
2023, oil on canvas
40,6 x 40,6 cm
( 16 x 16 in )

EUR 8.400,- ( Net price EUR 7.058,- ) *

TM Davy – Gaze
2023, oil on canvas
40,6 x 40,6 cm
( 16 x 16 in )

EUR 8.400,- ( Net price EUR 7.058,- ) *

Rainer Fetting picked up on queer themes and the depiction of the male body at an early point. Although his works are not illustratively political, they can be seen politically, as Fetting repeatedly processes and questions social taboo topics and taboos in art in his works.

Rainer Fetting is currently featured in the group exhibition "Andere Bilder von Männern" at Hall Art Foundation, Schloss Derneburg, DE.

Rainer Fetting – Nile und Slava
2022, acrylic on canvas
130 x 80 cm
( 51 1/8 x 31 1/2 in )

EUR 62.000,- ( Net price EUR 52.100,- ) **

Rainer Fetting – Nile und Slava
2022, acrylic on canvas
130 x 80 cm
( 51 1/8 x 31 1/2 in )

EUR 62.000,- ( Net price EUR 52.100,- ) **

For the first time, we are showing works by American artist Dylan Hurwitz in this group exhibition. His paintings are inspired by his own experiences as a queer man and celebrate intimate moments of queer life and the places that facilitate it.

Dylan Hurwitz - crossed legs (Riis Beach)
2022, oil on canvas
40,6 x 30,5 cm
( 16 x 12 in )

EUR 2.400,- ( Net price EUR 2.016,- ) *

Dylan Hurwitz - crossed legs (Riis Beach)
2022, oil on canvas
40,6 x 30,5 cm
( 16 x 12 in )

EUR 2.400,- ( Net price EUR 2.016,- ) *

Dylan Hurwitz - Pablo sleeping at sunset
2022, oil on canvas
30,5 x 40,6 cm
( 12 x 16 in )

EUR 2.400,- ( Net price EUR 2.016,- ) *

Dylan Hurwitz - Pablo sleeping at sunset
2022, oil on canvas
30,5 x 40,6 cm
( 12 x 16 in )

EUR 2.400,- ( Net price EUR 2.016,- ) *

The series of "Weeds" exhibited here are diptychs in which the Polish artist Bartosz Kolata juxtaposes weeds to people. The humans depicted are based on images of queer people from the internet and representatively depict homosexual humans. Kolata draws a comparison to weeds, which are repeatedly removed when tending the garden, but which always grow back and blossom. The joy of life of the people shown - like the flowering plants - stands in stark contrast to the reality of life in the queer community, which is still confronted with prejudice and social exclusion, especially in the artist's home country.

Bartosz Kolata – Weeds, Diptych
2022, oil on canvas, framed
each 30 x 25 cm
( 11,8 x 9,8 in )

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Bartosz Kolata – Weeds, Diptych
2022, oil on canvas, framed
each 30 x 25 cm
( 11,8 x 9,8 in )

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Bartosz Kolata – Weeds, Diptych
2022, oil on canvas, framed
each 30 x 25 cm
( 11,8 x 9,8 in )

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Bartosz Kolata – Weeds, Diptych
2022, oil on canvas, framed
each 30 x 25 cm
( 11,8 x 9,8 in )

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In this exhibition, we also present the Israeli artist Navot Miller for the first time. In his paintings, the artist repeatedly explores intimate moments in everyday encounters. Although he paints figuratively, his pictures develop their effect particularly through colorful, high-contrast fields of color.

Navot Miller – Aaron and a boy in Airbnb in DTLA on October 14th, 2016
2021, oil on canvas
200 x 160 cm
( 78 3/4 x 63 in )

EUR 16.800,- ( Net price EUR 14.867,- ) *

Navot Miller – Aaron and a boy in Airbnb in DTLA on October 14th, 2016
2021, oil on canvas
200 x 160 cm
( 78 3/4 x 63 in )

EUR 16.800,- ( Net price EUR 14.867,- ) *

Logan T. Sibrel explores intimate moments at close proximity in the paintings in this exhibition. Despite the specific scenes, the people depicted remain largely unrecognizable, creating a tension between the feeling of closeness and the anonymity of the figures.

Recently, the book "Logan T. Sibrel. But I'm Different" was published by DCV.

Logan T. Sibrel – DC Nap
2022, oil on canvas
76,2 x 101,6 cm
( 30 x 40 in )

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Logan T. Sibrel – DC Nap
2022, oil on canvas
76,2 x 101,6 cm
( 30 x 40 in )

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Logan T. Sibrel – Pit Trim
2022, oil on canvas panel
35,6 x 27,9 cm
( 14 x 11 in )

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Logan T. Sibrel – Pit Trim
2022, oil on canvas panel
35,6 x 27,9 cm
( 14 x 11 in )

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