post-title Ross Chisholm | TAKE FIVE | Galerie EIGEN + ART Berlin | 30.01.-03.02.2018

Ross Chisholm | TAKE FIVE | Galerie EIGEN + ART Berlin | 30.01.-03.02.2018

Ross Chisholm | TAKE FIVE | Galerie EIGEN + ART Berlin | 30.01.-03.02.2018

Ross Chisholm | TAKE FIVE | Galerie EIGEN + ART Berlin | 30.01.-03.02.2018

until 03.02. | #1846ARTatBerlin | Galerie EIGEN + ART Berlin presents since 30th January 2018 as a part of the exhibition series “TAKE FIVE – five artists – five weeks – five exhibitions” the artist Ross Chisholm.

Tom Anholt > 9. Januar – 13. Januar 2018
Mirjam Völker > 16. Januar – 20. Januar 2018
Titus Schade > 23. Januar – 27. Januar 2018
Ross Chisholm > 30. Januar – 3. Februar 2018
Kristina Schuldt > 6. Februar – 10. Februar 2018

Opening: On every first day between 05:00 – 08:00 p.m.

“This work is a continuation of the works I produced last summer in China, using William Blake’s” Drawings on Dante’s Divine Comedy. “The idea of ​​the poet traveling through heaven and hell is humorous and romantic analogy for the painter in the studio, and it also allows me to think differently about figuration and abstraction than before, where a figure emerges out of or through abstraction.” (Ross Chisholm)

William Blake’s belief in an accurate representation of reality was based on subjective memory rather than a detailed reproduction of what the eye actually perceives. Much more important to him is the reflection or rather the visualization of personal thoughts, opinions and experiences. On this basis, Ross Chisholm creates in his works a space in which the figurative meets the abstract without being mutually exclusive. With the use of geometric abstraction, combined with the technique of Old Masters of traditional portraits, Ross Chisholm develops his own style with a unique painterly quality.

Vernissage: Tuesday, 30th January 2018, 17 – 20 Uhr

Exhibition period: Tuesday, 30th January to Saturday, 3rd. February 2018

Zur Galerie EIGEN + ART

 

Image caption: Ross Chisholm, bridge of human fragments, 2017, Öl auf Leinwand, 60×40 cm, Foto: Matthew Booth

Exhibition Ross Chisholm – Galerie EIGEN + ART – Contemporary Art – Kunst in Berlin | ART at Berlin

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