‹VERENA FREYSCHMIDT //ROBIN MERKISCH // STEFAN À WENGEN›

22.9.-22.10.2016

 

Verena Freyschmidt, «Rhizome», 2015/2016, Acryl, Tusche, Bleistift und Buntstift auf Papier, 350 x 230 cm
Verena Freyschmidt, «Rhizome», 2015/2016, Acryl, Tusche, Bleistift und Buntstift auf Papier, 350 x 230 cm
Verena Freyschmidt, «Rhizome», 2015/2016, Acryl, Tusche, Bleistift und Buntstift auf Papier, 350 x 230 cm
Verena Freyschmidt, «Rhizome», 2015/2016, Acryl, Tusche, Bleistift und Buntstift auf Papier, 350 x 230 cm
Verena Freyschmidt, «Vienna series 1-8», 2015/2016, Acryl und Tuschestift auf Papier; 29,7 x 21 cm (gerahmt)
Verena Freyschmidt, «Vienna series 1-8», 2015/2016, Acryl und Tuschestift auf Papier; 29,7 x 21 cm (gerahmt)
Verena Freyschmidt, «Vienna series 1-8», 2015/2016, Acryl und Tuschestift auf Papier; 29,7 x 21 cm (gerahmt)
Robin Merkisch, «FMB/017/01-12», aus dem Werkblock «Fragment», 2016, pigmentierte Tinte auf Papier, 36 x 32 cm
Robin Merkisch, «FMB/017/01-12», aus dem Werkblock «Fragment», 2016, pigmentierte Tinte auf Papier, 36 x 32 cm
Robin Merkisch, «FMB/017/01-12», aus dem Werkblock «Fragment», 2016, pigmentierte Tinte auf Papier, 36 x 32 cm
Robin Merkisch, «FMB/017/01-12», aus dem Werkblock «Fragment», 2016, pigmentierte Tinte auf Papier, 36 x 32 cm
Robin Merkisch, «FMB/017/01-12», aus dem Werkblock «Fragment», 2016, pigmentierte Tinte auf Papier, 36 x 32 cm
Robin Merkisch, «FMB/017/01-12», aus dem Werkblock «Fragment», 2016, pigmentierte Tinte auf Papier, 36 x 32 cm
Robin Merkisch, «FMB/017/01-12», aus dem Werkblock «Fragment», 2016, pigmentierte Tinte auf Papier, 36 x 32 cm
Ausstellungsansicht
Stefan à Wengen, «Miluh # 2», 2016, Acryl auf Leinen, 180 x 260 cm
Stefan à Wengen, «Kapala IV», 2016, Acryl auf Leinen, 60 x 45 cm
Stefan à Wengen, «Kapala V», 2016, Acryl auf Leinen, 60 x 45 cm
Stefan à Wengen, «Black Star (D. T. D. B.)», 2016, Acryl auf rohes Leinen, 60 x 50 cm
Stefan à Wengen, «o.T.», 2016, Bleistift auf Papier (gerahmt), 50 x 40 cm
Stefan à Wengen, «o.T.», 2016, Bleistift auf Papier (gerahmt), 50 x 40 cm
Stefan à Wengen, «o.T.», 2016, Bleistift auf Papier (gerahmt), 50 x 40 cm
Stefan à Wengen, «o.T.», 2016, Bleistift auf Papier (gerahmt), 50 x 40 cm
Stefan à Wengen, «o.T.», 2016, Bleistift auf Papier (gerahmt), 50 x 40 cm

The Gallery Bernhard Bischoff & Partner is pleased to present three different artistic positions from Düsseldorf: Verena Freyschmidt, Robin Merkisch and Stefan à Wengen. The three artists run an independent showroom in Düsseldorf, SPAM – CONTEMPORARY. During the last few years they organized and curated several exhibitions with the Gallery well known artists, like Raffaela Chiara, Albrecht Schnider, Vaclav Pozarek and many others. So the idea raised, to provide them our premises for a guest exhibition in Switzerland.

Verena Freyschmidt (1975, Frankfurt)


In the artistic work from Verena Freyschmidt the theme of nature and organic forms play an important role. It’s about the state of things, and elementary form. She extracts lines, structures and functions from seen and reminded and puts them in a new relationship. That’s for her an inquiring character. Aspects of refraction and variance in a repeating structure, that assembles itself similar but not the same parts, are there decisive. Similar like a fractal system, the motives of her pictures can appear from several reduced copies. The detail finds itself in the whole and the big things in the small, where always more complex and new details can be found.

Robin Merkisch (1971, Düsseldorf)

The first works in the series Fragment, which were created by Robin Merkisch, are based in a computer circuit board. The construction and the spatially graduation on the limited circuit board were first developed through a screening out of the primordial state and finally took over as form. Merkisch works with an algorithm, which captures different stages of a finite series from possible stages. A sequence was created with abstract and different compact orthogonal picture elements.

Stefan à Wengen (1964, Basel)


The compact atmospheric pictures by Stefan à Wengen don’t tell storys, although the motives are figurative and representational. The Artist joins emblematic picture elements to a new, separate reality. À Wengens visual language brings life themes to express - death, sexuality and existence - and calls personal experience of life from every single one to his consciousness. The artist puts divergent objects in connection to each other and it will be clear, that each object can be in every culture a different bearer of significance. The medium painting joins emblematic picture elements to a new and own reality.



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