post-title Georges Rousse | UTOPIA | GALERIE SPRINGER BERLIN | 22.02.-04.07.2020

Georges Rousse | UTOPIA | GALERIE SPRINGER BERLIN | 22.02.-04.07.2020

Georges Rousse | UTOPIA | GALERIE SPRINGER BERLIN | 22.02.-04.07.2020

Georges Rousse | UTOPIA | GALERIE SPRINGER BERLIN | 22.02.-04.07.2020

until 04.07. | #2658ARTatBerlin | GALERIE SPRINGER BERLIN presents from 22nd February 2020 the exhibition UTOPIA by the photographer Georges Rousse.

The contemporary French artist Georges Rousse (*1947, Paris) is known for his large-format photographs of often abandoned rooms with painted alterations, e.g. geometric shapes such as circles, squares, rectangles etc. By combining light, colour and architectural elements, Rousse transforms the three-dimensionality of the space into the two-dimensionality of the photographic image area.

Since the late 1980s his works have been shown in exhibitions and museums worldwide.

Vernissage: Saturday, 22nd February 2020, 1:00 – 5:00 pm

Ausstellungsdaten: Saturday, 22nd February – Saturday, 4th July 2020

Zur GALERIE SPRINGER BERLIN

 

Image caption: © Georges Rousse, Kochi 2018, 125 x 160 cm, Ed. 5

Exhibition Georges Rousse – GALERIE SPRINGER BERLIN | Contemporary Art – Zeitgenössische Kunst in Berlin – Exhibitions Berlin Galleries – ART at Berlin

 

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