The diversity of the presented artworks ranges from surreal paintings of the New Leipzig School painter Johannes Tiepelmann, Arno Bojaks large sized, sharp-colored, grotesque figure arrangements - brimming with art-historical allusions and quotations, Steffi Weigels very emotional portraits and landscapes, which are at the same time always self portraits and internal landscapes of longing and spirituality, to the provocative photographs and paintings by Torsten Solin - broaching the issue of desire, sexuality and death as central themes.
Antka Hofmann reflects in her poetic cyanotypes and photograms on the innocent, fragile and passing beauty of nature, while Karen Oostenbrink seeks traces in her drawings, photographs and video loops - searching for the â€ślifeâ€ť in antique, long forgotten or lost photographs and photo albums found at flea markets or antique stores.
Heinz SchmĂ¶ller deals playfully with cycles in his video-loops and sculptures - involving his surroundings and mostly himself, and Sandro Porcu creates technically ingenious sculptures and installations - full of irony - stimulating the association chai...
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