At the beginning of the year, we are showing our first solo exhibition with the painter Sebastian Herzau, who was awarded the Halle Art Prize in his hometown of Halle in 2019.
Herzau's extensive oeuvre is largely concerned with the classical subjects of painting: landscape, portrait, still life. The treatment of these subjects, however, takes a very individual form and is spiced with the artist's typical humour.
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Fox's art moves between painting and drawing. His work is always in the area of tension between form and content, representational and abstract. Often appears more or less figuratively recognizable spatial situations or generally architectural elements.
There is hardly another way to approach Bosisio’s paintings than quietly and contemplatively. From a distance, a seemingly abstract composition often comes together to form a face or a figure.
Bremermann's paintings have a technical look at first glance. Each painting is dominated by one color, which is often a barely broken primary color such as a fresh yellow or a bright signal red. The clear, geometric color areas are sharply delineated and appear technical. A closer look, however, reveals that both the surface of the color and of the image carrier have a very complex structure.