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Exhibitions

New Additions

Roland Boden, Isabelle Borges, Matthias Esch, Doris Marten, Benjamin Rubloff, Cameron Tauschke

New in our portfolio:

ROLAND BODEN’s enigmatic architectural paintings tell stories of the grand visions and bleak realities of modernism. In these sceneries, something significant is or will happen, but what it is remains uncertain. The landscapes, which are reminiscent of construction sites as well as deserts, are uninhabited: it is unclear whether the human beings who are so conspicuously absent have disappeared completely or are about to arrive soon.

ISABELLA BORGES creates a light, vibrant constructivism, influenced by nature. Spaces formed solely by lines that are made to dance. And these spaces are not emptiness, but bodies, objects, a solid substance. The artist describes her works as the attempt to represent a “permanently rotating and folded space”. During her walks on the outskirts of Berlin, Isabelle Borges has discovered a small lake, from whose reflecting surface water plants protrude: with their light movements and changing shadows, they constantly create new images, new spaces. Borges’ photos of this lake are the starting point for many paintings.

The ornamental paintings by MATTHIAS ESCH (b. 1988 in Andernach, Rhineland-Palatinate) draw their strength from the contrast between expressive, free brushstrokes and strict order. The one forms the base of each work, the other lies over it as a tight geometric structure. In a symbolic sense, this contrast stands for the tension between the individual’s will for expression and desire for freedom and the controlling systems of society, from the family to language to the state. Or for the difference between the compulsive unconscious on the one hand and the conscious, controlling ego on the other.

Fascinating Concept Painting: With minimalist means – horizontal and vertical lines and a limited color palette – DORIS MARTEN researches the effect and perception of color. The variety of the achieved effects is enormous: besides a true firework of color nuances she creates associations of light phenomena, landscapes and architecture. A major theme is time. The serial drawing of lines, combined with the constant change of nuances and density of color, emphasizes the seemingly unchanging and at the same time always new in the course of time. Closely related to this is the aspect of music: each work has its own “theme with variations” and swinging rhythm.

On his walks through Berlin, BENJAMIN RUBLOFF (b. 1975 in New York City) photographs small details of graffiti and subsequently transforms the images into mysterious, abstract paintings called “Ciphers”. The ubiquitous, quickly sprayed signs, that may have already disappeared tomorrow, are turned into permanent art works, done in meticulous brush work. By taking these details out of their original context the artist turns them anonymous – and yet, even after their conversion, they still refer to a specific place.

CAMERON TAUSCHKE composes allegories of modern life, of our contemporary existence. The pictures tell of planning and construction, of the search for the right path. They show how we humans want to consciously shape our existence, but at the same time are like figures in a puppet show. Love, music and imaginative ornaments stand for the beautiful sides of a way of life whose transience nature is always obvious, whose darkness must be illuminated by a lot of light.

The works in this special exhibition will eventually change to our larger theme shows, such as “Abstractions: Painterly, Diverse” or “Figures & Faces.”

Exhibits

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Roland Boden

  • Catalaunian Fields_1 / Apotheosis, 2012
    oil on canvas, 200 x 150 cm
    12.000 Euro
  • Superposition / No Man’s Land, 2014
    oil on canvas, 130 x160 cm
    8.500 Euro
  • Periphery_02, 2016
    oil on canvas, 160 x 130 cm
    8.500 Euro
  • Annunciation, 2017
    oil on canvas, 130 x 160 cm
    8.500 Euro
  • Legacy of the Troglodyte_XV, 2019
    oil on canvas, 90 x 80 cm
    3.300 Euro

Isabelle Borges

  • Pink, 2018
    acrylic on canvas, 125 x 75 cm
    5.200 Euro
  • Simulation, No. 12, 2019
    acrylic on canvas, 160 x 250 cm
    10.600 Euro
  • Simulation, No. 13, 2019
    acrylic on canvas, 180 x 135 cm
    8.200 Euro
  • Dream Fabric, 2020
    acrylic on linen, 155 x 145 cm
    7.800 Euro
  • Jazz # 2, 2020
    acrylic on linen, 110 x 90 cm
    5.200 Euro

Matthias Esch

  • Surrounding Structure (Still Blue, Barely Hanging On), 2020
    oil and mother of pearl pigment on linen, 180 x 110 cm
    3.200 Euro
  • Symbol (My Parents), 2020
    oil and mother of pearl pigment on linen, 180 x 110 cm
    3.200 Euro
  • System Structure (Amor Fati, Late), 2020
    oil and mother of pearl pigment on linen, 140 x 80 cm
    2.400 Euro
  • System Structure (Complete, Byzantine), 2019
    oil and mother of pearl pigment on linen, 140 x 80 cm
    2.400 Euro
  • System Structure (Hole In My Heart II), 2019
    oil and mother of pearl pigment on linen, 190 x 130 cm
    3.500 Euro
  • System Structure (Red/Green), 2020
    oil and mother of pearl pigment on linen, 180 x 110 cm
    3.200 Euro
  • System Structure (Blu II), 2019
    oil and mother of pearl pigment on linen, 30 x 20 cm
    550 Euro
  • Surrounding Structure (Describe the Pain, Grey 01), 2020
    oil and pigment on linen, 30 x 20 cm
    550 Euro

Doris Marten

  • Pink Painting (Landscape N°5), 2011

    oil on cotton, 150 × 200 cm
    12.600 Euro
  • Pink Painting (Stripes N°3), 2014

    oil on cotton, 200 × 150 cm
    12.600 Euro
  • Light‘n‘Lines No. 1, 2018

    oil on alu-dibond, 80 x 200 cm
    10.800 Euro
  • Boderlines BL_AD No. 12, 2020
    ink on alu-dibond, framed reverse, 80 x 200 cm
    10.800 Euor
  • Light‘n‘Lines No. 12_2, 2020

    oil on alu-dibond, 80 × 80 cm
    5.600 Euro

Benjamin Rubloff

  • Cipher X, 2018
    oil on canvas, 80 x 60 cm
    3.000 Euro
  • Cipher (Machnower), 2019
    oil on canvas, 160 x 120 cm
    5.500 Euro
  • Cipher (Schönlein), 2019
    oil on canvas, 80 x 60 cm
    3.000 Euro
  • Cipher (Fulda), 2020
    oil on canvas, 160 x 120 cm
    5.500 Euro
  • Cipher (Dansaert), 2020
    oil on canvas, 200 x 150 cm
    7.500 Euro

Cameron Tauschke

  • Contrasts Game 2014
    oil on linen, 150 x 230 cm
    8.000 Euro
  • Metamorphopolis, 2016
    oil and acrylic on canvas, 150 x 220 cm
    7.800 Euro
  • Bell Tower, 2018
    oil, acrylic on canvas, 180 x 130 cm
    6.500 Euro
  • Drive In Decay, 2019
    oil, acrylic on canvas, 70 x 110 cm
    3.800 Euro
  • Bell Tower, 2020
    oil, acrylic on canvas, 220 x 160 cm
    8.000 Euro