post-title Horst Bartnig | Galerie Jochen Hempel | 19.01.–16.02.2018

Horst Bartnig | Galerie Jochen Hempel | 19.01.–16.02.2018

Horst Bartnig | Galerie Jochen Hempel | 19.01.–16.02.2018

Horst Bartnig | Galerie Jochen Hempel | 19.01.–16.02.2018

until 16.02. | #1800ARTatBerlin | Galerie Jochen Hempel shows from 19th January 2017 an exhibition by the artist Horst Bartnig.

“Horst Bartnigs (*1936) painting is not an endless struggle for each moment of change in the picture. He carries out the actions, following his system like a musical score and guiding the subsequent sounds of the colors into a presence that is unusually in tense for contemporary painting. Contrasted with our idea of absolutely precise concentration in the work on the picture, our fascination with the pictures is drawn from their impressions, between synthetic brilliance an devotional proximity to nature. A few pieces are enough to give an impression of how broad the breadth of perceptions imparted in them can be.“

Uwe Gellner – scores in colour – in: Horst Bartnig, konkret: Unterbrechungen

Horst Bartnig

*1936 in Militsch/Schlesien

lebt und arbeitet in Berlin | lives and works in Berlin

1951 – 54 Malerlehre

1954 – 57 Fachschule für angewandte Kunst Magdeburg

1993 Mitglied des deutschen Künstlerbundes

1993 Will-Grohmann-Preis der Akademie der Künste Berlin-Brandenburg

2001 Hannah-Höch-Preis

Vernissage: Friday, 19th January 2018, 06:00 to 09:00 Uhr

Exhibition period: Friday, 19th January to Friday, 16th February 2017

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Image caption: 133 unterbrechungen in schwarz, striche in orange, unterbrechungen in weiß, striche in blau, 2008, Acryl auf Leinwand | acrylics on canvas, 200 x 200 cm

Exhibition Horst Bartnig – Galerie Jochen Hempel | Contemporary Art – Kunst in Berlin – ART at Berlin 

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