Nguyen Xuan Huy in the Kunsthalle Darmstadt
Nguyen Xuan Huy presents his epochal composition "Une journée Horizontal" in the Kunsthalle Darmstadt. It is a work presentation - only this one painting will be on display. What it is all about - in terms of content and technology. Nguyen Xuan Huy Une journée horizontal Work presentation 04.09.2021 - 30.01.2022 The composition is clearly based on Théodore Géricault's Raft of the Medusa (1819) in the Louvre in Paris. Nguyen's stage space is, however, a bit wider in proportion. Instead of one collapsed pyramid, you can see two of them. They arrange the compact tableau of 28 figures, young women and men, which to describe in detail here would lead too far. Just this much: each one seems to represent a world of its own. Each appears to have been forced into a pose, half remotely controlled, half narcissus-like, mostly self-absorbed. They all look European, but the latter may be due to the models with which the artist is used to working. At the same time, the pyramidal shape also plays with the views of the tombs of Giza, which are deeply anchored in cultural memory. A sphinx surrounded by ivy in front of the right edge of the picture literally triggers this association. But neither water nor sand, but a red and white something prevails. Embers? Does the sky just look like fire or does real fire rise in it? Vegetation, rocks, an artistic footbridge, a wooden house still under construction that could also be read as a boat or an improvised changing room, all of this leaves no indication of the scene of the event. Unlike Géricault, it's not about life or death. The seesaw on the swing is reminiscent of the pendulum on a clock. As a well-known symbol of vanitas, the fly by the Sphinx underscores the allegory of time, which one is certainly dealing with here. Compared to the figures and other animals, a lioness and two roseate spoonbills, it is oversized. A new species created through interference with nature? Or does the fly require the large format, as if the painter had seen it sitting on a reduced draft of his picture and enlarged it with this as a background? The confusing standards, the placelessness, the unclear reference to time contrasts with a feeling of harmlessness that this particular travel company conveys. Finally, different images flow together in a vision that straightens heaven and hell. León clutter
Wieland Payer, "Blossom", Price list
Allegro, 2021, Pastell, Kohle, Tusche und Aqarell auf grundiertem MDF, 160 x 120 cm, 8400 Euro
Blossom, 2021, Pastell und Aquarell auf grundiertem MDF, D 100 cm, 6000 Euro
Cave, 2021, Pastell, Kohle, Aquarell und Regen, 180 x 120 cm, 9000 Euro
Distel, 2021, Pastell, Aquarell und Kohle auf grundiertem MDF, 100 x 70 cm, 5100 Euro
Fleurope (upside down), 2021, Pastell, und Aquarell auf grundiertem MDF, 110 x 80 cm, 5700 Euro
Hecke, 2021, Pastell und Aquarell auf grundiertem MDF, 120 x 150 cm, 8700 Euro
Iris, 2021, Pastell und Aquarell auf grundiertem MDF, 80 x 60 cm, 4200 Euro
Knospe, Pastell, Kohle und Aquarell auf grundiertem MDF, 80 x 60 cm, 4200 Euro
Lemon Stage, 2021, Pastell auf grundiertem MDF, 80 x 115 cm, 5900 Euro
Lumen (Balz), 2021, Pastell, Aquarell und Kohle auf grundiertem MDF, 70 x 100 cm, 5100 Euro
Petasitis Hybridus 2021, Pastell und Aquarell auf grundiertem MDF, 52 x 66 cm, 3600 Euro
Priessnitzgrund, 2021, Pastell und Aquarell auf grundiertem MDF, 80 x 60 cm, 4200 Euro
Rear Window, 2021, Pastell auf grundiertem MDF, 55 x 42 cm, 2900 Euro
Tulip, 2021, Pastell und Aquarell auf grundiertem MDF, 80 x 60 cm, 4200 Euro
Waldstaub, 2021, Pastell und Aquarell auf grundiertem MDF, 60 x 73 cm, 3900 Euro
Winden, 2021, Pastell und Aquarell auf grundiertem MDF, 40 x 32 cm, 1800 Euro
Grita Götze, "Blossom", Price List
Fundstücke, Teller, 2021, Engobemalerei, ∅ 39,5 cm, 4000 Euro
Kapuzinerkresse und Rotes Ordensband, Teller, 2021, Engobemalerei, ∅ 33,5 cm, 2700 Euro
Korallen, Teller, 2020, Engobemalerei, ∅ 29 cm, 2100 Euro
Quodlibet mit Hammer und Nägeln, Teller, Engobemalerei, 2021, ∅ 41 cm, 4000 Euro
Quodlibet mit Kamm, Teller, 2021, Engobemalerei, ∅ 39 cm, 3800 Euro
Schönbär, 2021, Teller, Engobemalerei, ∅ 36,5 cm, 3600 Euro
Winterlinge, 2021, Teller, Engobemalerei, ∅ 36 cm, 2800 Euro
Getier am Wegesrand, Deckelvase, 2021, Engobemalerei, 51 cm hoch, 6000 Euro
Sommerwiese mit Insekten, Engobemalerei, 2019, 50 cm hoch, 6000 Euro
Steine, 2021, Deckelvase, Engobemalerei, 50 cm hoch, 6000 Euro
Steinige Gegend, 2021, Deckelvase, Engobemalerei, 50 cm hoch, 6000 Euro
Wiesenstück mit Eidechse, 2021, Deckelvase, Engobemalerei, 52 cm hoch, 6000 Euro
Ellen Akimoto, "Dissipation Dance", Price list
Sonnengruß, 2021, Öl und Acryl auf Leinwand, 140 x 120 cm, 6.200 Euro
Wearing Sleeves, 2021, Öl und Acryl auf Leinwand, 90 x 70 cm, 3.800 Euro
Behind the Arm, 2021, Öl auf Leinwand, 50 x 40 cm, 2.100 Euro
Secret Messages in the Paper Towel, 2021, Öl und Acryl auf Leinwand, 30 x 40 cm, 1.700 Euro
Small Plant (outside), 2021, Öl und Acryl auf Leinwand, 30 x 30 cm, 1.400 Euro
Small Plant (desert), 2021, Öl und Acryl auf Leinwand, 30 x 30 cm, 1.400 Euro
Horses Falling on Horses, 2021, Öl und Acryl auf zwei Leinwänden, 240 x 300 cm, 12.900 Euro
Disintegration, 2021, Öl und Acryl auf Leinwand, 180 x 150 cm, 7.900 Euro
The Open Window, 2021, Öl und Acryl auf Leinwand, 150 x 130 cm, 6700 Euro
Starr, 2021, Öl und Acryl auf Leinwand, 45 x 35 cm, 1950 Euro
Pause, 2021, Öl auf Leinwand, 90 x 80 cm, 4100 Euro
Stolzes Mitglied, 2020, Öl und Acryl auf Leinwand, 40 x 30 cm, 1.700 Euro
Picture of time, Annette Schröter
Annette Schröter is a professor of painting at the HGB Leipzig - and one of the most influential personalities on the German art scene. your graduates act successfully on international stages and enrich the image of the "New Leipzig School" with surprising facets. As a remarkable, critical and tolerant teacher, Annette Schröter knows how to let her students speak their own language, specifically promote strengths and accept controversies. She is committed to paving the way for her pupils in the art scene. A tried and tested means are the master class exhibitions in German galleries, through which they made remarkable debuts possible.
Annette Schröter herself, a long-time successful painter, swapped her medium for the sophisticated technique of paper cutting more than a decade ago. What attracted her to this was the challenge of achieving the complicated effects of elaborate painting with reduced resources. The first thing that catches the eye is the format, which has grown to be monumental. Annette Schröter works with patterns and contours, spaces, textures and blurring. But it also shows the real strengths of the paper cut, the linear, the ornament.
One of her newest and most current works is the “Grosse Butzemann” from 2020, with the stately dimensions of 220 x 150 cm for a paper cut. With great enthusiasm for the provocative, it addresses the social customs of our time: the building up of enemy images, the fascination for the cryptic and the subversive (the shredder strips are already built in), the game with wickedness, masquerades and denunciation. Look for yourself.
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Moritz Götze - Lebenszeichen
The past year and a half have been difficult for many artists - Moritz Götze, however, won the best of time and fell into a veritable creative frenzy. Numerous paintings, enamels and drawings were created. The recently published catalog "Lebenszeichen" documents the lavish oeuvre. The new works can be viewed in our Erfurt gallery from November 13th. You can secure three particularly attractive works in advance. They are "enamel ladies" of the youngest generation. All are devoted to the elementary and emotional topic of shoes.
Moritz Götze, "Masse", 2020, email, 123 x 48 cm, 4000 euros
"Give a girl the right shoes and she can conquer the world", Marilyn Monroe is said to have said, And this saying has probably nowhere been interpreted better than by Moritz Götze. The "enamel ladies" are elaborate to capricious to manufacture, but with the right treatment of timeless durability and beauty. First, their silhouettes are cut from sheet steel, deburred and pretreated. After an immersion bath in the basic enamel color, they receive their first firing at around 800 degrees. The paint melts and covers the metal ground with a glass-like layer.
Moritz Götze, "He has the floor full of sculptures", 2020, enamel, 123 x 48 cm, 4000 euros
Now the artist can begin his actual work. The painting is applied in several layers, in between firing again and again at the appropriate temperature for the respective color. Corrections are almost impossible, the artist not only has to know exactly how he is painting, but also meticulously observe the technologically necessary sequence. The "enamel ladies" have a special charisma, they combine the suggestive power of painting with the direct effect of sculptures.
Moritz Götze, "Wieso", 2020, email, 123 x 48 cm, 4000 Euro
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Undine Bandelin & Dana Meyer, "the deputies", price list
Dana Meyer, Gangesgavial, 2020, Stahl - geschmiedet und geschweißt, 142 x 75 x 175 cm, 11100 Euro
Dana Meyer, Certi s jazykem, 2018, Stahl - geschmiedet und geschweißt, 160 x 110 x 80 cm, 22000 Euro
Dana Meyer, Bruno Leopold von Zschorpau, 2021, Stahl - geschmiedet und geschweißt, 59 x 59 x 59 cm, 7700 Euro
Dana Meyer, Johann Theodore von Iltenheim, 2021, Stahl geschmiedet, geschweißt, 50 x 46 x 55 cm, 7700 Euro
Dana Meyer, Eckbert August von Brunnstedt, 2021, Stahl - geschmiedet und geschweißt, 54 x 60 x 56 cm, 7700 Euro
Undine Bandelin, Der Horizont, 2021, Öl und Acryl auf Leinwand, 100 x 150 cm, 5000 Euro
Undine Bandelin, Die Promenade, 2020, Öl und Acryl auf Leinwand, 200 x 250 cm, 9000 Euro
Undine Bandelin, Das Gefolge, 2018, Mischtechnik auf Leinwand, 230 x 360 cm, 12000 Euro
Undine Bandelin, Der Witwer, 2021,Siebdruck und Mischtechnik auf Leinwand, 30 x 50 cm, 1200 Euro
Undine Bandelin, Die Komiker, 2021,Siebdruck und Mischtechnik auf Leinwand, 30 x 50 cm, 1200 Euro
Undine Bandelin, Die Monarchen, 2021,Siebdruck und Mischtechnik auf Leinwand, 30 x 50 cm, 1200 Euro
Undine Bandelin, Die Trinker, 2021,Siebdruck und Mischtechnik auf Leinwand, 30 x 50 cm, 1200 Euro
Nine days for a lifetime's work - Hans-Christian Schink
Hans-Christian Schink's grandiose retrospective "So Far" in the Kunsthalle Erfurt has remained in the Sleeping Beauty Sheep for 209 days without an audience since it did not open on November 8th last year.
Now you can finally visit the presentation of the most important living Thuringian artist - but only for nine days. Take advantage of this fantastic but extremely limited opportunity.
The Kunsthalle has set special opening times so that every hour can be used until the end of the exhibition. There is no compulsory test.
Saturday, June 5th: 11 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Sunday 6 June: 11 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Monday, June 7th to Sunday, June 13th: 10 a.m. - 10 p.m.
Nguyen Xuan Huy - MUSEUM OF THE WILHELMSBURG CASTLE
MUSEUM OF THE WILHELMSBURG CASTLE
NGUYEN XUAN HUY
June 17th to October 3rd, 2021
We cordially invite you and your friends to the opening with the artist on Thursday, June 17th at 6 p.m. The following spoke: Dr. Kai Lehmann and Dr. Jörk Rothamel.
Wilhelmsburg Castle Museum
+49 3683 403186
open daily 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
One of the most exciting positions in contemporary German painting is represented by a man born in Hanoi. His works are nothing less than the proposal for a new European art that overcomes the ideological aberrations of the 20th century and leaves the fetish of the avant-garde behind.
To an art that shows the way in a new enlightenment. For half a millennium - from the Renaissance to the Impressionists - European painting told stories, parables and legends. On the eve of the First World War, when Europe began to break up, the “avant-garde”, the artistic snapshot, took center stage, the shock, the emotional overwhelming. Narrative painting lost its meaning.
The longing for stories is back. The formal demands of the young audience are high - the flood of images and data from digitization sets standards. When “digital natives” encounter Nguyen's works, they are fascinated. “Painted everything? By hand?? How does that work ??? ”When young recipients turn to the content of his painting, they are surprised and captivated.
The stories are extraordinarily multi-faceted, go deep into art history and are brand new at the same time. Nguyen looks at the present from an Enlightenment perspective. Logical analyzes are more important to him than ideological standpoints. He often makes his statements in the form of mythological, philosophical or literary parables. This painting is a cultivated and acuensionslos.
Nguyen Xuan Huy was born in Hanoi in 1976. He studied at the Hanoi School of Architecture, at the Ecole des Beaux Arts in Bordeaux, and in 2003 obtained his painting diploma from the HfKD Burg Giebichenstein in Halle. He lives and works in Berlin.
Nguyen Xuan Huy, No Guarantee, 2020, oil on canvas, 220 x 150 cm