post-title Emmanuel Bornstein | Wer fällt, hat Flügel | Galerie Crone Wien | 19.05.-17.06.2017

Emmanuel Bornstein | Wer fällt, hat Flügel | Galerie Crone Wien | 19.05.-17.06.2017

Emmanuel Bornstein | Wer fällt, hat Flügel | Galerie Crone Wien | 19.05.-17.06.2017

Emmanuel Bornstein | Wer fällt, hat Flügel | Galerie Crone Wien | 19.05.-17.06.2017

until 17.06. | Galerie Crone Wien presents from 19th May 2017 the first solo show of the French artist Emmanuel Bornstein at the gallery in Vienna. The entitled exhibition „Wer fällt hat Flügel“ – „Falling down one has wings“ shows twelve new, mostly large sized canvases.

With his paintings the artist evokes a torn, sometimes furious and appeasing presence. The motifs change between figuration and abstraction, but let one always feel the intensive, highly emotional, performative confrontation of the painter with the canvas – and thus produce themselves a high emotionality and directness.

Emmanuel Bornstein was born in Toulouse, France in 1986. He studied painting at the École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts de Paris and at the University of Arts in Berlin. Since 2009 he lives and works in Berlin.

The upcoming exhibition will be opened by a speech of Marc Wellmann, Director of the Haus am Lützowplatz, Berlin and takes place on May 18, 2017 from 7 to 9 pm at Gallery Crone Vienna, Getreidemarkt 14, entrance Eschenbachgasse in 1010 Vienna. The show runs then from May 19 until June 17, 2017.

Galerie Crone
Getreidemarkt 14
Entry Eschenbachgasse
1010 Vienna

Vernissage: Thursday, 18th May 2017, 7 to 9 p.m.. It talks: Marc Wellmann, Direktor des Hauses am Lützowplatz, Berlin.

Exhibition period: Friday, 19th May to Saturday, 17th June 2017

Zur Galerie Crone

 

Image caption: via Galerie Crone

Exhibitions Berlin Galleries: Emmanuel Bornstein – Wer fällt, hat Flügel – Galerie Crone Wien | ART at Berlin

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