post-title Gilgian Gelzer | Breathless | Galerie Born Berlin | 17.01.-29.02.2020

Gilgian Gelzer | Breathless | Galerie Born Berlin | 17.01.-29.02.2020

Gilgian Gelzer | Breathless | Galerie Born Berlin | 17.01.-29.02.2020

Gilgian Gelzer | Breathless | Galerie Born Berlin | 17.01.-29.02.2020

until 29.02. | #2672ARTatBerlin | Galerie Born Berlin presents from 17th January 2020 the exhibition Breathless with drawings by the artist Gilgian Gelzer. 

Gilgian Gelzer, born 1951 in Bern, has lived and worked in Paris for over 30 years. There he held a professorship for drawing and painting at the “Ecole nationale supérieure des Beaux-arts de Paris” until his retirement last year.

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o.T., 2017, Buntstift auf Papier, 30 x 21 cm

The exhibition title “Breathless” stands for the seemingly endless lines on Gelzer’s works, which literally take your breath away.


o.T., 2017, Buntstift auf Papier, 30 x 21 cm

In the cabinet of the gallery, 5 drawings by the French artist Daniel Schlier will be on display. Schlier, born 1960 in Dannemarie, France, lives and works in Strasbourg and Paris. In Paris he follows after Gilgian Gelzer at the “Ecole nationale supérieure des Beaux-arts de Paris”.

Vernissage: Thursday, 16th January 2020, 6 – 9 pm

Exhibition period: Friday, 17th January – Saturday, 29th February 2020

Zur Galerie Born Berlin

 

Image caption cover: Gilgian Gelzer, untitled, 2019, Buntstift auf Papier, 110 x 150 cm (2-teilig), Foto: Eric Tschernow

Exhibition Gilgian Gelzer – Galerie Born Berlin | Zeitgenössische Kunst in Berlin | Contemporary Art | Exhibitions Berlin Galleries | ART at Berlin

 

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