post-title Susanne Jung | One-Single-Artwork-Show #4 | Galerie Gilla Lörcher | 08.12.-14.12.2016

Susanne Jung | One-Single-Artwork-Show #4 | Galerie Gilla Lörcher | 08.12.-14.12.2016

Susanne Jung | One-Single-Artwork-Show #4 | Galerie Gilla Lörcher | 08.12.-14.12.2016

Susanne Jung | One-Single-Artwork-Show #4 | Galerie Gilla Lörcher |  08.12.-14.12.2016

until 14.12. | #0972ARTatBerlin | Galerie Gilla Lörcher presents the fourth part of One-Single-Artwork-Show with the artist Susanne Jung.

Galerie Gilla Lörcher presents the 4th One-Single-Artwork-Show.

From 17 November 2016 to 19 January 2017 Galerie Gilla Lörcher is delighted to introduce a new exhibition format and a series of 6 exhibitions that will only last one week.

The exhibition format follows the parameters:
1 artist, 1 artwork, 1 week.
Back to the roots. Bildbesprechung. Let´s talk about art.

One-Single-Artwork-Show #4 I Susanne Jung

The artwork:
Susanne Jung | Mogao 21, 2015
Ink, oil on canvas, 200 x 220 cm

Stripes – crossways and lengthways – laid down in subtle colour sequences, glow from within, continuously shifting the parameters of perception into new variations. Apparently fixed expanses of colour open up to both sides – background depths meet foreground luminescences, and vice versa;  horizontal and vertical, diffusion and extension, intersect with each other. Are these pictures transparent or translucent, should the gaze be oriented inwards or outwards? The visual field is a vibrating structure of distinct values and weights.

Alongside stand seemingly monochromatic fields that grow hazy. Glazes are layered upon one another, covering and nonetheless revealing what they obscure. Gleams shimmer faintly through the surface, floating like coloured veils. (Karin Stempel)

„Mogao 21“ is inspired by buddhistic cave paintings in northwest China. The artwork has been presented at the Museum for Contemporary Art in Urümqi in 2016.

Susanne Jung ( born in 1964). From 1994-1999 she studied at Hochschule der Künste Berlin and was in 2000 Meisterschülerin of Frank Badur. In 1998 she received the NICA Stipend (Hunter College, New York) and the prize Helmut-Thoma for painting. In 2000 she was awarded the Meisterschüler prize of the president of the Hochschule der Künste Berlin and in the same year with the Stipend of the Stiftung Kulturfonds, Berlin. In 2014 she received the Residency-Stipend in Mianyang, Sichuan (China) and in 2016 a stipend from Stiftung Kulturfonds (Berlin). Her work has been exposed at: Museum for Contemporary Art Urümqi, Xinjiang, China; Vasarely Museum (Collection Grauwinkel), Budapest (Ungarn); Kunstverein Glückstadt, Germany; Kunsthaus Ahrenshoop, Germany; Kunsthaus Potsdam, Germany; Stiftung Münchner Künstlerhaus, Germany; Verein für aktuelle Kunst, Oberhausen, Germany; pp projects Hamburg, Germany; Projektraum Berger Straße, Frankfurt a.M., Germany; Galerie Weißer Elefant, Berlin, Germany; Galerie Nord, Berlin, Germany; Goethe Institut San Francisco (USA); Metaphor Gallery, New York (USA); TIMES SQUARE Gallery, New York (USA); Galerie Feurstein, Feldkirch, Germany; Galerie Evelyn Drewes, Hamburg, Germany; Galerie Gilla Lörcher I Contemporary Art, Berlin, Germany.

All „One-single-artwork-show“ dates at one glance:

One-single-artwork-show #1 | Opening 17 Nov at 7pm: John Cornu
One-single-artwork-show #2 | Opening 24 Nov at 7pm: Ab van Hanegem
One-single-artwork-show #3 | Opening 1 Dec at 7pm: Bettina Sellmann
One-single-artwork-show #4 | Opening 8 Dec at 7pm: Susanne Jung
One-single-artwork-show #5 | Opening 15 Dec at 7pm: Iris Musolf
One-single-artwork-show #6 | Opening 12 Jan at 7pm: Ivan Liovik Ebel
(Open: Thu-Sat 1-6 pm and by appointment)

Exhibition period: Thurday, 8th December to Saturday, 14th December 2016

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Image caption: Susanne Jung | Mogao 21, 2015, 200 x 220 cm, Tusche, Öl auf Baumwolle (c) Galerie Gilla Lörcher

Exhibition Susanne Jung – Galerie Gilla Lörcher – Kunst in Berlin ART at Berlin

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