post-title Eilike Schlenkhoff | ALLES AUF ROT | Rasche Ripken | 05.02.–27.03.2021 – extended until 01.05.2021

Eilike Schlenkhoff | ALLES AUF ROT | Rasche Ripken | 05.02.–27.03.2021 – extended until 01.05.2021

Eilike Schlenkhoff | ALLES AUF ROT | Rasche Ripken | 05.02.–27.03.2021 – extended until 01.05.2021

Eilike Schlenkhoff | ALLES AUF ROT | Rasche Ripken | 05.02.–27.03.2021 – extended until 01.05.2021

until 01.05. | #2955ARTatBerlin | RASCHE RIPKEN shows from 5th February 2021 – first online – the solo show ALLES AUF ROT with works by the artist Eilike Schlenkhoff.

A brushstroke, a splash of paint, a drawn gesture – these and other visual elements of abstract painting have induced many artists to undertake intensive explorations. Eilike Schlenkhoff also devotes herself to these kinds of fundamental forms of painting, but she pursues a sort of artistic camouflage that goes hand-in-hand with a surprising reevaluation of the means of creating pictures: taking a palpable pleasure in experimentation, she works on overcoming supposed opposites, as the abstract suddenly becomes a material object, takes on dimension, and alters its state, its meaning.

ART at Berlin - Courtesy of RASCHE RIPKEN - Eilike Schlenkhoff 2020
Eilike Schlenkhoff, Wäscheleine, 2020, oil on canvas, 50 x 40 cm

In recent years this has led to the development of a complex pictorial cosmos full of ambiguous, surprising sensations.

A pdf catalogue is available.

Vernissage: Due to the occasion, the opening will take place at a later date.

Exhibition dates: Friday, 5 February to Saturday, 27 March 2021, visible on the website of the gallery ATTENTION: extended until Saturday, 1st May 2021

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Exhibition Eilike Schlenkhoff – RASCHE RIPKEN | Zeitgenössische Kunst in Berlin | Contemporary Art | Exhibitions Berlin Galleries | ART at Berlin

 

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