Exercises for Paradise
Nguyen Xuan Huy
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Wieland Payer at Museum Schloß Wilhelmsburg
Museum Schloß Wilhelmsburg
20. Mai bis 25. September 2022
We cordially invite you and your friends to the opening with the artist on Thursday, May 19, 2022 at 6 p.m.
Wieland Payer, Blue Fall, 2020, Pastell, 190 x 300 cm
Wieland Payer demonstrates graphic virtuosity and has a special feeling for fascinating themes. His landscapes and still lifes are largely bare of people, but covered with mysterious phenomena. Do they come from fiction, descriptions of voyages of discovery or simply artistic imagination? Payer weaves representational, abstract and metaphysical elements into something new. His ideal images show visions of another world. His objects give the impression that it is already present.
Wieland Payer, Felsentor, 2018, Pastell, 70 x 100 cm
Their unusual appearance corresponds to the fantastic character of the works: Wieland Payer works with pastel painting and presents this technique in new splendour. He succeeds in doing this through their unusual application to the large format, their brilliant mastery and careful further development.
Wieland Payer (*1981 in Erfurt) lives and works in Dresden. He studied at the Kunsthochschule Burg Giebichenstein Halle (diploma, 2009), the Accademia di Belle Arti Rome (Erasmus scholarship) and at the Royal College of Art in London (scholarship from the Studienstiftung and the DAAD, Master, 2011). Works by the young artist are in renowned public collections.
Museum Schloß Wilhelmsburg
open daily 10 a.m. - 6 p.m
Nguyen Xuan Huy, "Exercises for Paradise"
A Long Hike, 2021, oil on canvas, 197 x 135 cm, 19.900 Euro
Close to Heaven, 2021,oil on canvas, 300 x 207 cm, 30.400 Euro
Der Durchgang, 2021, oil on canvas, 207 x 300 cm, 30.400 Euro
Kitchen Lost, 2021, oil on canvas, 250 x 140 cm, 23.400 Euro
Lost Horizon, 2021, oil on canvas, 137 x 100 cm, 14.200 Euro
Second Legs, 2021, oil on canvas, 250 x 197 cm, 26.800 Euro
Silence 9, 2020, oil on canvas, 90 x 70cm, 9.600 Euro
Silence 11, 2021, oil on canvas, 90 x 70 cm, 9.600 Euro
Silence 12, 2021, oil on canvas, 90 x 70 cm, 9.600 Euro
Talking about Black Holes, 2019, oil on canvas, 220 x 140 cm, 21.600 Euro
Moritz Götze, "Ermessensspielraum"
Die 80er, 2021, oil on canvas, 180 x 140 cm, 12.800 Euro
Klare Verhältnisse, 2021, oil on canvas, 140 x 100 cm, 9.000 Euro
Kabelsalat, 2021, enamel on steel, 170 x 120 cm, 10.000 Euro
Selbst nach Albrecht Dürer, 2021, oil on canvas, 60 x 50 cm, 4.400 Euro
Hans-Christian Schink in the Museum of Contemporary Art in Odessa
Hans-Christian Schink, born 1961 in Erfurt Germany, photographed landscapes at their intersections of where human endeavour met its once unscathed natural conditions. He explores the relationship where a natural landscape once constituting the surroundings, becomes defined as something else, separate from its foundations and no longer part of the surrounding country. Consequentially, it is often human activity that creates this divide.
Schink’s work has attracted much acclaim, with Mark Siemons in the FAZ commenting that Schink’s works asks the question of "Can you say very little and yet say everything at once?", while Boris Hohmeyer describes Schink’s work as being "painted so strictly and beautifully like that of Barnett Newman“.
Hans-Christian Schink, Namibia (4), 2009, gelatin silver print, framed, total ed. 8 + 2 ap, 180 x 225 cm
Galerie Rothamel supports Odessa
Moritz Götze, Schön, 2021, oil on canvas, 200 x 160 cm, 14400 Euro
Harald Reiner Gratz, Kein Garten Eden, 2021, oil on canvas, 200 x 500 cm, 21000 Euro
Hans-Christian Schink, Parco degli Acquedotti (1), series "Aqua Claudia", 2014, c-print/diasec, 178 x 211 cm, edition 8 + 2 AP, 23000 Euro
Undine Bandelin, Die Promenade, 2020, oil and acrylic on canvas, 200 x 250 cm, 9000 Euro
Nguyen Xuan Huy, Der Durchgang, 2021, oil on canvas, 207 x 300 cm, 30300 Euro
Hiroyuki Masuyama, Das große Gehege (after Caspar David Friedrich, 1832), 2016, LED Lightbox, edition 5, 73,5 x 102,5 x 4 cm, 12000 Euro
Dana Meyer, Arapides, 2018, steel - forged and welded, 295 x 79 x 130 cm, 24000 Euro
Wieland Payer, Blossom, 2021, pastel and watercolor on primed MDF, ∅ 100 cm, 6000 Euro