post-title Roland Eiszmann | Painting | Andreas Reinsch Project | 23.06.–31.07.2018

Roland Eiszmann | Painting | Andreas Reinsch Project | 23.06.–31.07.2018

Roland Eiszmann | Painting | Andreas Reinsch Project | 23.06.–31.07.2018

Roland Eiszmann | Painting | Andreas Reinsch Project | 23.06.–31.07.2018

until 31.07. | #2132ARTatBerlin | Andreas Reinsch Project shows from 23rd June 2018 an exhibition with paintings by the artist Roland Eiszmann.

It’s pure painting – and a never-ending search – painting as a process.
Layers of color overlap one another, like polyphonic compositions. But again and again this is already questioned for finished things, destroyed, painted over and condensed. And over long periods of time, the large-format panels grow into the room like living organisms, annual rings, and finally crust into a relief. – Frozen time.

This materiality is essential for the creative process: the color is rhythmically applied with bare hands and sensually experienced.

As a result, the pictures have detached themselves from the readable world of images, without being abstract. They are reminiscent of landscapes, of inner, emotional landscapes (and actually only want to be music).

Vernissage: Saturday, 23rd June 2018, 7:00 to 9:30 Uhr

Exhibition period: Saturday, 23rd June – Tuesday, 31st July 2018

Zu Andreas Reinsch Project

 

Image caption: Courtesy by Andreas Reinsch Project – Roland Eiszmann

Exhibition Roland Eiszmann – Andreas Reinsch Project | Zeitgenössische Kunst in Berlin | Contemporary Art | Exhibitions Berlin Galleries | ART at Berlin

 

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