Bertram Hasenauer. Shared Memory

Opening – the artist is present
Friday, 6th May 2022, 11 am – 9 pm

6th May – 4th June 2022

 

A fleeting glance at a face, a shoulder, an ear, or the back of a head. What in everyday life is a consciously or unconsciously perceived moment in passing becomes the focus in the works of the exhibition "Shared Memory". Memories of unfamiliar faces remain in the mind for only a brief moment. In Bertram Hasenauer's portraits, the viewer looks precisely into these faces, the memory is activated and shared.

 

Bertram Hasenauer – Untitled
2022, acrylic on canvas
60 x 50 cm
( 23 2/3 x 19 2/3 in )

EUR 5.500,- ( Net price EUR 4.867,- ) *

Bertram Hasenauer – Untitled
2022, acrylic on canvas
60 x 50 cm
( 23 2/3 x 19 2/3 in )

EUR 5.500,- ( Net price EUR 4.867,- ) *

 

Bertram Hasenauer – Untitled
2022, acrylic on canvas
50 x 40 cm
( 19 2/3 x 15 3/4 in )

EUR 4.500,- ( Net price EUR 3.982,- ) *

Bertram Hasenauer – Untitled
2022, acrylic on canvas
50 x 40 cm
( 19 2/3 x 15 3/4 in )

EUR 4.500,- ( Net price EUR 3.982,- ) *

Bertram Hasenauer – Untitled
2022, acrylic on canvas
50 x 40 cm
( 19 2/3 x 15 3/4 in )

EUR 4.500,- ( Net price EUR 3.982,- ) *

Bertram Hasenauer – Untitled
2022, acrylic on canvas
50 x 40 cm
( 19 2/3 x 15 3/4 in )

EUR 4.500,- ( Net price EUR 3.982,- ) *

Bertram Hasenauer – Untitled
2022, acrylic on canvas
60 x 50 cm
( 23 2/3 x 19 2/3 in )

EUR 5.500,- ( Net price EUR 4.867,- ) *

Bertram Hasenauer – Untitled
2022, acrylic on canvas
60 x 50 cm
( 23 2/3 x 19 2/3 in )

EUR 5.500,- ( Net price EUR 4.867,- ) *

Bertram Hasenauer – Untitled
2021, acrylic on canvas
60 x 50 cm
( 23 2/3 x 19 2/3 in )

EUR 5.500,- ( Net price EUR 4.867,- ) *

Bertram Hasenauer – Untitled
2021, acrylic on canvas
60 x 50 cm
( 23 2/3 x 19 2/3 in )

EUR 5.500,- ( Net price EUR 4.867,- ) *

Bertram Hasenauer – Untitled
2022, acrylic on canvas
50 x 40 cm
( 19 2/3 x 15 3/4 in )

EUR 4.500,- ( Net price EUR 3.982,- ) *

Bertram Hasenauer – Untitled
2022, acrylic on canvas
50 x 40 cm
( 19 2/3 x 15 3/4 in )

EUR 4.500,- ( Net price EUR 3.982,- ) *

Bertram Hasenauer was born in Saalfelden, AT in 1970. He studied at the Akademie der Bildenden Künste in Wien and at the Universität der Künste in Berlin from 1992 to 1997 and at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design in London from 1997 to 1998. Bertram Hasenauer lives and works in Berlin. Earlier group exhibitions include: "Gezeichnete Stadt", Berlinische Galerie, Berlin, DE, 2020; "Die Spitze des Eisbergs", Museum der Moderne Salzburg, Salzburg, AT, 2019; "Neue Schwarze Romantik", Rumänisches Nationalmuseum der Künste, Bukarest, RO, Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin, DE u.a., 2017/2018. At the ART AWARD of Strabag 2006 Bertram Hasenauer was awarded with a recognition prize and in 2008 with the Georg Eisler Award for Painting. 2011 Bertram Hasenauer received the Großer Kunstpreis of the city of Salzburg.

 

Currently, Bertram Hasenauer can be seen until 30th May 2022 in the exhibition "Images in Fashion - Clothing in Art. Photography, Fine Art and Fashion since 1900" at the Berlinische Galerie.

 

 

You can find more information on Bertram Hasenauer here.

Exhibition text: click here.

 

A fleeting glance at a face, a shoulder, an ear, or the back of a head. What in everyday life is a consciously or unconsciously perceived moment in passing becomes the focus in the works of the exhibition "Shared Memory". Memories of unfamiliar faces remain in the mind for only a brief moment. In Bertram Hasenauer's portraits, the viewer looks precisely into these faces, the memory is activated and shared.

Bertram Hasenauer's portraits are not depictions of real individuals. They do not reveal much about their character, their state of mind, or their context. They seem familiar and alienated at the same time. The artist uses his archive of media images as a source of inspiration and is guided by his painting process. Subtly, the boundaries of symmetry, flawlessness, and beauty shift. The approach to the painting is through the figurative representation, but the portraits, which remain untitled, offer few clues for decoding them. It is left to the viewer to decipher the gazes, gestures, and persons for themselves.

Bertram Hasenauer began his artistic career as a sculptor and his mental approach originates in the three-dimensional. With many thin layers of acrylic paint, he models the shape of his portraits and partially removes layers again with a brush. He rarely uses the color white for elevation but works with the translucency of the white primed canvas. The result is fine facial features that seem to emerge from the canvas and are contrasted by the contours of hair or clothing.

In these works, the boundaries of the interpretable often become blurred. Thus the figures are in many cases androgynous and shift in their depiction between genders. In this way, Hasenauer not only recalls an ideal of beauty from art history, that of the hermaphrodite, in which both sexes unite but also addresses the current gender debate. The idea of heteronormativity, in which males and females are perceived strictly separate, disappears in Hasenauer's portraits. The artist is much more concerned with showing the idea of a human image. This results in challenging works that question not only the conventional notion of portraiture but also one’s own perception.


Bertram Hasenauer in his studio
Photo Joel Stevenett

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Images of the works by Jürgen Baumann.

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Bartosz Kolata. Melodies

Showroom: Augustenstraße 63

 

Friday, 6th May 2022, 11 am – 9 pm
Saturday, 7th May 2022, 11 am – 4 pm
Friday, 13th May 2022, 2 pm – 7 pm
Saturday, 14th May 2022, 11 am – 4 pm

and by appointment

 

At Augustenstr. 63, we show Bartosz Kolata for the first time. Memories, feelings and experiences from the artist's life characterize the paintings in this exhibition. Each artwork in the series is directly linked to a story from the artist's life and childhood. Holidays with the family, the first visit to the opera and birthdays are shown just as well as the first kiss and the discovery of his own sexuality as a teenager.

 

Bartosz Kolata – Sunrise
2022, oil on canvas, framed
30 x 40 cm
( 11 3/4 x 15 3/4 in )

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Bartosz Kolata – Sunrise
2022, oil on canvas
30 x 40 cm
( 11 3/4 x 15 3/4 in ), framed: 33 x 43 x 4 cm

sold

Bartosz Kolata – Kiss in the garden of roses
2021, oil on canvas, framed
50 x 40 cm
( 19 2/3 x 15 3/4 in )

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Bartosz Kolata – Kiss in the garden of roses
2021, oil on canvas
50 x 40 cm
( 19 2/3 x 15 3/4 in ), framed: 53 x 43 x 4 cm

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Bartosz Kolata – Silent conversation
2022, oil on canvas, framed
30 x 25 cm
( 11 3/4 x 9 3/4 in )

EUR 1.130,- ( Net price EUR 949,- ) **
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Bartosz Kolata – Silent conversation
2022, oil on canvas
30 x 25 cm
( 11 3/4 x 9 3/4 in ), framed: 33 x 28 x 4 cm

EUR 1.130,- ( Net price EUR 949,- ) **
reserved

Bartosz Kolata – It creaks and burns
2022, oil on canvas, framed
30 x 40 cm
( 11 3/4 x 15 3/4 in )

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Bartosz Kolata – It creaks and burns
2022, oil on canvas
30 x 40 cm
( 11 3/4 x 15 3/4 in ), framed: 33 x 43 x 4 cm

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Bartosz Kolata – Stretching in hot showers
2022, oil on canvas, framed
40 x 30 cm
( 15 3/4 x 11 3/4 in )

EUR 1.250,- ( Net price EUR 1.050,- ) **

Bartosz Kolata – Stretching in hot showers
2022, oil on canvas
40 x 30 cm
( 15 3/4 x 11 3/4 in ), framed: 43 x 33 x 4 cm

EUR 1.250,- ( Net price EUR 1.050,- ) **

Bartosz Kolata was born in Torun, PL, in 1979. In 2006 he graduated in art conservation and restoration from Nicolas Copernicus University in Torun. He lives and works in Torun, PL. Previous solo exhibitions include: "Personalizacja", Galeria Milano, Warsaw, PL, 2022; "E-Motions", Hervé Lancelin Gallery, Luxembourg, 2018; "Sophie in Love", Pallas Project Studios, Dublin, IRL, 2016 and "Circus", Ground Floor Gallery, Draiocht Arts Center, Dublin, IRL, 2015. In 2012, works by Bartosz Kolata were included in "Sleepwalkers: Future Perfect", Hugh Lane Gallery, Dublin, IRL.

Bartosz Kolata is represented in collections such as Mason Hayes & Curran (Dublin, IRL), Dublin City University (Dublin, IRL), and the Office of Public Work (Dublin, IRL). He has also won several awards including first prize of the Irish Art Award 2007, the Manifest Art Award 2012 of Kinsale Arts Festival and was a finalist in the Luxembourg Art Prize 2016.

Exhibition text: click here.

"Melodies is a series of new paintings inspired by our relationship with the surrounding world and our escape from it.  I am not looking for peace in paintings, there is no existential recipe for how to live or die. They talk about existence, music, growing up, breathing, metaphysics and poetic everyday life and refer to the period of childhood and adolescence, which strengthen today's view of the surrounding reality. They are trying to keep me from forgetting."

— Bartosz Kolata—


Memories, feelings and experiences from the artist's life characterize the paintings in this exhibition by Bartosz Kolata. Each artwork in the series is directly linked to a story from the artist's life and childhood. Color, brushstroke and texture of the paintings play an important role in capturing the impressions. In impasto paintings, Bartosz Kolata relives his youth and shares intimate moments of growing up and the associated feelings of excitement and joy, but also of loneliness and fear. Holidays with the family, the first visit to the opera and birthdays are shown just as well as the first kiss and the discovery of his own sexuality as a teenager. For example, "Adult finally" shows the birthday cake from his tenth birthday, when Bartosz Kolata's brother organized a birthday party with games, which he only won because the brother faked the results. "Kiss in the garden of roses" depicts the rose garden Bartosz Kolata imagined when he had his first kiss with a girl from his neighborhood. "Hidden under the jacket", on the other hand, shows the cover of the first gay magazine the artist ever bought. In this way, the totality of the paintings results in a sort of diary of moments, encounters, disappointments and joys of the maturing artist. 

 

 

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VOLTA New York 2022

18th May – 22nd May 2022
www.voltaartfairs.com/new-york

 

In 2022 we exhibit again at Volta New York and show works by Patrick Angus, Rainer Fetting, Ruprecht von Kaufmann and Yongchul Kim.

 

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

Price on request

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

Price on request

Patrick Angus – Houston & Lafayette Streets
1986, acrylic on canvas
81,3 x 61 cm
( 32 x 24 in )

Price on request

Patrick Angus – Houston & Lafayette Streets
1986, acrylic on canvas
81,3 x 61 cm
( 32 x 24 in )

Price on request

Patrick Angus – Self - Portrait
n.a., acrylic on canvas
83,6 x 66,3 cm
( 33 x 26 in )

Price on request

Patrick Angus – Self - Portrait
n.a., acrylic on canvas
83,6 x 66,3 cm
( 33 x 26 in )

Price on request

Patrick Angus (born 1953 in North Hollywood, CA, US; died 1992 in New York, NY, US): Patrick Angus used painting and drawing to give the gay underground scene of New York in the 1980s a lasting artistic expression. At a time when abstract and minimalist art was predominant, especially in the USA, he deliberately turned back to figurative painting. His motifs range from portraits, urban and landscape scenes to depictions of the gay underground milieu with its various bars, strip shows, and bath houses. Patrick Angus studied at the Santa Barbara Art Institute, US. He lived in New York and Los Angeles. We represent the estate of Patrick Angus.

Rainer Fetting – Green-eyed Jackson
2017, acrylic on canvas
100 x 140 cm
( 39 1/3 x 55 in )

Net price USD 54.000,- *

Rainer Fetting – Green-eyed Jackson
2017, acrylic on canvas
100 x 140 cm
( 39 1/3 x 55 in )

Net price USD 54.000,- *

Rainer Fetting – Pelikane
2020, acrylic on canvas
60 x 120 cm
( 23 2/3 x 47 1/4 in )

Net price USD 41.000,- *

Rainer Fetting – Pelikane
2020, acrylic on canvas
60 x 120 cm
( 23 2/3 x 47 1/4 in )

Net price USD 41.000,- *

Rainer Fetting – Nach dem Surf
2019, acrylic on canvas
150 x 110 cm
( 59 x 43 1/3 in )

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Rainer Fetting – Nach dem Surf
2019, acrylic on canvas
150 x 110 cm
( 59 x 43 1/3 in )

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Rainer Fetting (*1949 in Wilhelmshaven, DE): Rainer Fetting is one of the protagonists of the Berlin group of artists known as the "Junge Wilden", who at the end of the 1970s and beginning of the 1980s consciously turned to figurative, expressive and color-intense painting and thus opposed the abstract and conceptual tendencies prevailing in art at the time. Among other things, Fetting's painting was influenced by his encounters with the works of various artists of the New York School. Fetting makes use of artistic principles such as Willem De Kooning's expressive painterly gestures or Jackson Pollock's famous color drippings for his expressive approach to figurative motifs.

Ruprecht von Kaufmann – 7 am Hydrangeas
2022, oil on linoleum on wood
30 x 30 cm
( 11 3/4 x 11 3/4 in )

Net price USD 5.000,- *

Ruprecht von Kaufmann – 7 am Hydrangeas
2022, oil on linoleum on wood
30 x 30 cm
( 11 3/4 x 11 3/4 in )

Net price USD 5.000,- *

Ruprecht von Kaufmann – Waltzing Matilda
2022, oil on linoleum on wood
30 x 40 cm
( 11 3/4 x 15 3/4 in )

Net price USD 5.900,- *

Ruprecht von Kaufmann – Waltzing Matilda
2022, oil on linoleum on wood
30 x 40 cm
( 11 3/4 x 15 3/4 in )

Net price USD 5.900,- *

Ruprecht von Kaufmann – Table for One
2022, oil and collage (watercolour paper) on linoleum on wood
152 x 123 cm
( 59 3/4 x 48 1/2 in )

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Ruprecht von Kaufmann – Table for One
2022, oil and collage (watercolour paper) on linoleum on wood
152 x 123 cm
( 59 3/4 x 48 1/2 in )

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Ruprecht von Kaufmann (*1974 in München, DE): In his paintings, Ruprecht von Kaufmann opens a dialogue about modern man, his environment and interpersonal relationships. He subtly reflects our actions, thoughts, and feelings in a society plagued by turmoil. The results are scenes full of suggestive power that emotionally involve the viewer. Some of his current works, such as "Table for One", are inspired by Otto Dix and deal with various people living in the city.

Yongchul Kim – Frau mit Schwan
2022, oil on canvas
110 x 90 cm
( 43 1/3 x 35 1/2 in )

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Yongchul Kim – Frau mit Schwan
2022, oil on canvas
110 x 90 cm
( 43 1/3 x 35 1/2 in )

sold

Yongchul Kim – Frau mit Blumen
2022, oil on canvas
50 x 40 cm
( 19 2/3 x 15 3/4 in )

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Yongchul Kim – Frau mit Blumen
2022, oil on canvas
50 x 40 cm
( 19 2/3 x 15 3/4 in )

sold

Yongchul Kim – Hund
2022, oil on canvas
100 x 80 cm
( 39 1/3 x 31 1/2 in )

sold

Yongchul Kim – Hund
2022, oil on canvas
100 x 80 cm
( 39 1/3 x 31 1/2 in )

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Yongchul Kim (*1982 in Yeosu, KOR): Since moving from South Korea to Germany, Yongchul Kim has been addressing questions about the origins of human existence and one’s own identity, as well as the influences of society on the individual. Topics that particularly occupy him due to his status as a "stranger" and "foreigner" in Germany.

His works capture moments of a state of constant change. Above all, it is the expressive brushstrokes that run like a thread through his works, and in which the figures on the canvas seem to dissolve.

 

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Delivery/collection in New York: The invoice is issued at the net price plus 8,875 % New York State sales tax.

 

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Preview Flowers

 
Opening
Friday, 10th June 2022, 6 pm - 9 pm
10th June – 2nd July 2022

 

Mona Ardeleanu creates imaginative objects, in the case of the works exhibited here with ornamental floral decorations that evoke familiar associations in the viewer, but are free inventions of the artist. These are composed of various painted elements such as folded textiles.

Mona Ardeleanu – Flexit 2022 / I
2022, oil on canvas
120 x 100 cm
( 47 1/4 x 39 1/3 in )

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Mona Ardeleanu – Flexit 2022 / I
2022, oil on canvas
120 x 100 cm
( 47 1/4 x 39 1/3 in )

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Mona Ardeleanu – Schnürungen 2022 / I
2022, oil on canvas
50 x 40 cm
( 19 2/3 x 15 3/4 in )

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Mona Ardeleanu – Schnürungen 2022 / I
2022, oil on canvas
50 x 40 cm
( 19 2/3 x 15 3/4 in )

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The works of Christian Awe are defined by color, radiance, and intensity. Color for the artist is life energy and passion. His paintings embody freedom, power, and love – emotions that are expressed sometimes explosively and sometimes in delicate nuances of color.

Christian Awe – flowers
2022, acrylic on canvas
90 x 130 cm
( 35 1/2 x 51 1/4 in )

EUR 12.500,- ( Net price EUR 11.061,- ) *

Christian Awe – flowers
2022, acrylic on canvas
90 x 130 cm
( 35 1/2 x 51 1/4 in )

EUR 12.500,- ( Net price EUR 11.061,- ) *

Christian Awe – flowers II
2022, acrylic on canvas
90 x 130 cm
( 35 1/2 x 51 1/4 in )

EUR 12.500,- ( Net price EUR 11.061,- ) *

Christian Awe – flowers II
2022, acrylic on canvas
90 x 130 cm
( 35 1/2 x 51 1/4 in )

EUR 12.500,- ( Net price EUR 11.061,- ) *

The works of Keiran Brennan Hinton appear like snapshots from everyday life. In this intimate everyday documentation, the Canadian artist captures moments from his immediate surroundings. The motifs are as personal as they are universal, drawing the viewer's attention to the fleeting beauty of everyday life.

Keiran Brennan Hinton – May Bouquet
2022, oil on canvas
35,56 x 27,94 cm
( 14 x 11 in )

EUR 4.800,- ( Net price EUR 4.033,- ) **

Keiran Brennan Hinton – May Bouquet
2022, oil on canvas
35,56 x 27,94 cm
( 14 x 11 in )

EUR 4.800,- ( Net price EUR 4.033,- ) **

Keiran Brennan Hinton – March Bouquet
2022, oil on canvas
25,4 x 20,32 cm
( 10 x 8 in )

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

Keiran Brennan Hinton – March Bouquet
2022, oil on canvas
25,4 x 20,32 cm
( 10 x 8 in )

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

While working on the flower depictions, Stephen Bron was particularly drawn to their symbolic meaning, which gives the paintings a second, more hidden dimension. In addition, they represent a kind of love story between the artist and his partner, which is illustrated by the touch between the hands and the fragile flowers.

Stephen Bron – Windflower
2022, oil on linen
40,6 x 30,5 cm
( 16 x 12 in )

EUR 3.400,- ( Net price EUR 2.857,- ) *

Stephen Bron – Windflower
2022, oil on linen
40,6 x 30,5 cm
( 16 x 12 in )

EUR 3.400,- ( Net price EUR 2.857,- ) *

Stephen Bron – Bindweed
2022, oil on linen
40,6 x 30,5 cm
( 16 x 12 in )

EUR 3.400,- ( Net price EUR 2.857,- ) *

Stephen Bron – Bindweed
2022, oil on linen
40,6 x 30,5 cm
( 16 x 12 in )

EUR 3.400,- ( Net price EUR 2.857,- ) *

The atmospheric works of Rudy Cremonini, which are located between figuration and abstraction, are created intuitively and without prior sketches directly on the canvas. Delicately, Rudy Cremonini's flower vases stand out against the flat backgrounds. The subtle interplay of similar hues creates an atmosphere in which the flowers almost seem to float. This mysterious and unfathomable atmosphere lends ambiguity to the works.

Rudy Cremonini – Fiori #7
2022, oil on linen
50 x 40 cm
( 19 2/3 x 15 3/4 in )

EUR 3.400,- ( Net price EUR 2.857,- ) **

 

Rudy Cremonini – Fiori #7
2022, oil on linen
50 x 40 cm
( 19 2/3 x 15 3/4 in )

EUR 3.400,- ( Net price EUR 2.857,- ) **

Rudy Cremonini – Fiori #11
2022, oil on linen
40 x 30 cm
( 15 3/4 x 11 3/4 in )

EUR 2.700,- ( Net price EUR 2.268,- ) **

Rudy Cremonini – Fiori #11
2022, oil on linen
40 x 30 cm
( 15 3/4 x 11 3/4 in )

EUR 2.700,- ( Net price EUR 2.268,- ) **

Rainer Fetting is one of the protagonists of the Berlin group of artists known as the "Junge Wilden", who at the end of the 1970s and beginning of the 1980s consciously turned to figurative, expressive, and color-intensive painting and thus opposed the abstract and conceptual tendencies prevailing in art at the time. Among other things, Fetting's art was influenced by his encounters with the works of various artists of the New York School. Fetting also makes use of artistic principles such as Jackson Pollock's famous color drippings for his expressive treatment of figurative motifs, as in his sunflowers here.

Rainer Fetting – Urbane Sonnenblumen Berlin
2021, acrylic on canvas
200 x 160 cm
( 78 3/4 x 63 in )

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Rainer Fetting – Urbane Sonnenblumen Berlin
2021, acrylic on canvas
200 x 160 cm
( 78 3/4 x 63 in )

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With his two flower paintings, Ruprecht von Kaufmann ties directly into the tradition of classical still life. Already the titles, " Vanitas Stillleben" and " Niederländisches Stillleben" indicate this claim. The traditional pictorial motifs are broken up by carvings in the colored linoleum that Ruprecht von Kaufmann has been using as a painting ground for several years.

Ruprecht von Kaufmann – Vanitas-Stillleben
2022, oil on linoleum on wood
77 x 61 cm
( 30 1/3 x 24 in )

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Ruprecht von Kaufmann – Vanitas-Stillleben
2022, oil on linoleum on wood
77 x 61 cm
( 30 1/3 x 24 in )

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Ruprecht von Kaufmann – Niederländisches Stillleben
2022, oil on linoleum on wood
77 x 61 cm
( 30 1/3 x 24 in )

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Ruprecht von Kaufmann – Niederländisches Stillleben
2022, oil on linoleum on wood
77 x 61 cm
( 30 1/3 x 24 in )

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The sunflowers of Yongchul Kim seem to be in a state between being and decay. Expressive brushstrokes and high-contrast coloring create a time-lapse between growth and decay referencing transience.

Yongchul Kim – Sonnenblumen
2022, oil on canvas
50 x 40 cm
( 19 2/3 x 15 3/4 in )

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Yongchul Kim – Sonnenblumen
2022, oil on canvas
50 x 40 cm
( 19 2/3 x 15 3/4 in )

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The paintings by Jochen Mühlenbrink, which we show in "Flowers," appear as if painted with a finger on a fogged-up window. This creates an illusion of three-dimensionality, in which one can only guess what is hidden behind the fictitious glass based on the colors and seemingly transparent areas.

Jochen Mühlenbrink – WP.
2022, oil on canvas
60 x 50 cm
( 23 2/3 x 19 2/3 in )

EUR 5.000,- ( Net price EUR 4.424,- ) *

Jochen Mühlenbrink – WP.
2022, oil on canvas
60 x 50 cm
( 23 2/3 x 19 2/3 in )

EUR 5.000,- ( Net price EUR 4.424,- ) *

Jochen Mühlenbrink – WP.
2022, oil on canvas
60 x 50 cm
( 23 2/3 x 19 2/3 in )

EUR 5.000,- ( Net price EUR 4.424,- ) *

Jochen Mühlenbrink – WP.
2022, oil on canvas
60 x 50 cm
( 23 2/3 x 19 2/3 in )

EUR 5.000,- ( Net price EUR 4.424,- ) *

In the new series "Roses", Jan De Vliegher was interested in capturing the incredible richness of color and variety of pink tones of many roses and depicting the play of light and shadow, especially the backlight of the evening sun. Of his rose depictions, Jan De Vliegher says, "Every rose is like a portrait but then many times more subtle, layered, and complex. It’s all very lively."

Jan De Vliegher – Roses
2022, acrylic on canvas
120 x 80 cm
( 47 1/4 x 31 1/2 in )

EUR 14.400,- ( Net price EUR 12.100,- ) **

Jan De Vliegher – Roses
2022, acrylic on canvas
120 x 80 cm
( 47 1/4 x 31 1/2 in )

EUR 14.400,- ( Net price EUR 12.100,- ) **

Jan De Vliegher – Roses
2022, acrylic on canvas
120 x 80 cm
( 47 1/4 x 31 1/2 in )

EUR 14.400,- ( Net price EUR 12.100,- ) **

Jan De Vliegher – Roses
2022, acrylic on canvas
120 x 80 cm
( 47 1/4 x 31 1/2 in )

EUR 14.400,- ( Net price EUR 12.100,- ) **

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