In the new exhibition Oblivion by Iris Schomaker at Galerie Thomas Schulte, the artist presents her most recent series of works on paper. Her unframed large-scale works depict landscapes, figures, and animals. The motifs serve to reproduce a specific atmosphere, for which Schomaker has developed her very own formal and pictorial language.
Galerie Thomas Schulte is pleased that Franka Hörnschemeyer has accepted an invitation to present her work at the gallery for the second time. This autumn’s exhibition divides the space into two spheres: on the ground of the Corner Space, the artist has erected one of her spatial sculptures made of rusty-red lattice walls that partition the space. Her work, "Transponder 1121", hovers above the sculpture, suspended from the gallery’s nine-meter-high ceiling.