post-title Sabine Beyerl | WIESENSTÜCKE | nüüd.berlin gallery | 14.10.-26.11.2022

Sabine Beyerl | WIESENSTÜCKE | nüüd.berlin gallery | 14.10.-26.11.2022

Sabine Beyerl | WIESENSTÜCKE | nüüd.berlin gallery | 14.10.-26.11.2022

Sabine Beyerl | WIESENSTÜCKE | nüüd.berlin gallery | 14.10.-26.11.2022

until 26.11. | #3559ARTatBerlin | nüüd.berlin gallery presents from 14. October 2022 (Opening: 13.10.) the exhibition WIESENSTÜCKE with current works on the theme of nature by the artist Sabine Beyerle.

For some time now, Berlin-based artist Sabine Beyerle (*1975) has been dealing with the themes of space and landscape in painting. Her current works increasingly turn to deep insights into nature. She seeks places of wildness, where nature reclaims its space and human intervention has little permanence. Beyerle is more interested in the inconspicuous, forgotten places, the ordinary buttercup by the wayside, the structures of withered stalks in the wind, an empty bird’s nest or a worn wing chair abandoned in the landscape than in well-tended garden landscapes. The artist uses her own photographs as source material and gradually transfers them into painting, similar to a collage. Multi-layered, often multi-perspective views emerge.

ART at Berlin - courtesy of nüüd - Sabine Beyerle - Landvergnügen
Sabine Beyerle, Landvergnügen, 2020, Oil & Acrylic on canvas, 120 x 120 cm

Pouring paint, structures that take on a life of their own, ornaments and dissolution are always at the beginning of her work process. This creates an abstract pictorial background that invites chance and chaos into her work. Traces of this background remain and penetrate the more realistic surface like holes. The gestural pours of paint interweave with the more concrete or even ornamental elements of the picture’s foreground. The supposed spots and omissions float like free forms in the pictorial space and offer insights into the background of the painting and the painting process. At the same time, their function remains open; they can stand for movement, wind, energy or growth, but also for destruction and transience.

ART at Berlin - courtesy of nüüd - Sabine Beyerle - Anemonenwald
Sabine Beyerle, Anemonenwald, 2022, Oil & Acrylic on canvas, 100 x 135 cm

In terms of art history, the meadow pieces refer to Albrecht Dürer’s “The Great Piece of Turf” – one of the most famous studies of nature in German art history – and still tell their story of growth and decay, of the importance of engaging with the details, colours and structures that nature offers.

ART at Berlin - courtesy of nüüd - Sabine Beyerle - Ahoi
Sabine Beyerle, Ahoi, 2020, Oil & Acrylic on canvas, 40 x 40 cm

Sabine Beyerle (* 1975 in Leonberg, Germany) studied fine arts with Prof. Hans-Jürgen Diehl at the Berlin University of the Arts. She graduated as a master student there in 2003. She has received numerous scholarships and prizes at home and abroad, has been shown in many solo and group exhibitions in Germany and internationally and is represented in international public and private collections.

Opening: Thursday, 13. October 2022, 6:00 to 9:00 pm.

Exhibition dates: Friday, 14. October to Saturday, 26. November 2022

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Image caption title: Sabine Beyerle, Hahnenfuß, 2022, Oil & Acrylic on canvas, 140 x 180 cm

Exhibition Sabine Beyerle – nüüd.berlin gallery | Zeitgenössische Kunst | Contemporary Art | Exhibitions Galleries Berlin | ART at Berlin

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