Exhibition Two

with

SANDRINE PELLETIER, SABIAN BAUMANN, DAVID RISLEY, BRIGITTE DÄTWYLER, GREGORY HARI, APRIL STREET, MONICA URSINA JÄGER, RAFFAELLA CHIARA, PATRICK MICHAEL FITZGERALD, JYLL BRADLEY

While in the exhibition you can see only one work per artist, klick on the name of the artist to discover more works

DAVID RISLEY
Jeanette, Blinky, Vesterbrogade, Watercolour on Paper, 18 x 24 cm 
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APRIL STREET
"My paintings are usually fabric-relief, I use hosiery as canvas and recently I am melding landscapes with corporeal elements to create portrait-oriented vignettes. My work embraces the material experimentation found in the feminist art practices of the 60s and 70s to push the physical bounds of painting while placing them in a variety of art historical styles and literary narratives. These works morph figuration and abstraction into hybrids of body and land-where waterfalls cascade into braids and hair extensions, and surreal forms define spaces. While in quarantine in Los Angeles the past month I did some works on paper for this project, thinking of Alfred Lord Tennyson's The Lady of Shalott's isolated island curse positioned between reality and illusion."
Weave and dive, to fight the night, Watercolor and acrylic on archival paper, 43 x 28cm/
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SANDRINE PELLETIER

Mustafa Sheb Sheb, 2016, 12 x 29cm, Bronze, patina, unique

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RAFFAELLA CHIARA

"A series of drawings dealing with the penetration of the surface.  
There is always something behind it."

Sunday, 2019, 210x297 mm, pencil, coulour pencil on paper 


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SABIAN BAUMANN

"As templates for my large drawings I usually make sketches or small drawings that are hardly different from the larger ones, like these two. Usually they stay in the sketchbook and are not exhibited and not sold."

Frühstück mit Bombe (Breakfast with a Bomb) 2017, 25x21cm, pencil on paper

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MONICA URSINA JÄGER

pause.02, 2020, paper intarsia, pigment print on Hahnemühle paper, 30 x 21 cm each, edition of 3 +1 e. a.

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GREGORY HARI
"Figuren 1-10 is an ongoing project, where I experiment with different forms of the figurativeness. I construct abstract combination representing the body, the nature and the beyond."
Figure 3, 2020, Wax pastels on paper, approx. 21x14.5cm
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BRIGITTE DÄTWYLER

SECRET ARTIST. The purpose of this artwork is to guide and control attention towards yourself. By buying this artwork, you take the decision to invest in yourself. 

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JYLL BRADLEY
"Umbrella Work refers to the practice of preparing a hop garden ready for spring growth – literally drawing through air with string. These 3-D drawings evoke my childhood memory of looking up at the sky through a strung hop garden and experiencing space as volume. The works pair vintage carbon paper with contemporary Plexiglas; their circularity suggests coinage, a personal currency of mark-making."
Umbrella Work (blue), 2017, Dimensions: Each 60mm diameter, 2mm deep, Drawing and spray paint on coloured carbon paper. Hot mounted on Edge-Lit Fluorescent Plexiglas. Batons for mounting supplied. 
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PATRICK MICHAEL FITZGERALD


"For many years I have made colour pencil drawings, sometimes incorporating other materials such as ink, soft pastels or collage. They are exploratory and usually begin with something in another drawing (or painting) or from simple everyday things and objects around me. The reality of things is transformed into the unique reality of the drawing. Drawings are as much to do with the body as the mind. Hands and fingers, the feel of drawing and its materiality and knowing that eyes know how to touch and follow the line."

Untitled, 2020, colour pencil and soft pastel on paper, 21x30cm

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