Petra Gut Contemporary Blog
Various materials and fabrics are often presented on top of or next to each other and arranged as collages and installations in Ruth Campau's work. Her fascination for materials with special effect is obvious
The current exhibition presents three female artists and a male artist, all of whom deal with "space" in their particular way. They have in common that they explore possibilities to expand their art work into the third dimension and thus achieve additional consideration within the space
Peter Mathis (1961) lives and works in Hohenems (A). Since 2009 he has been specialising in large sized landscape photography. His photography work is exhibited in international private and public collections.
On the occasion of the first solo exhibition by Absalon Kirkeby we are pleased to present a new series of photographs. Kirkeby’s work reflects the transfer of images from camera to screen and print in a powerful way, making use of digital manipulation of images. Kirkeby invites the viewer to become immersed in colour, line and shape, displaying an eye for detail which is absorbing and tender. The work highlights themes on the opacity and
With his woodcuts, Gabriel Braun creates cool aesthetics in the long tradition of abstraction. When speaking of modern abstraction, it is common to think of the beginning of the 20th Century and to associate its early days with art-historical styles such as Suprematism, Constructivism, De Stijl and Bauhaus.
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