Painting: a tool to create and to investigate

Painting: a tool to create and to investigate
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Bernhard Knaus Fine Art

Bernhard Knaus Fine Art

What is painting supposed to mean when it will not serve as artistic tool to create fanciful imagery, how can artists use painting as a media to create new artistic ideas, how does painting become investigative to perception?

Five artist and five different artistic positions give answers, each in his way to these questions: demanding, ambivalent, radical, provocative.

Callum Innes / Ingo Meller / Wilhelm Mundt / Robert Zandvliet / Rémy Zaugg

Friday, May 04, 2012, 7 pm

exhibition until July 28, 2012

Niddastrasse 84
D-60329 Frankfurt / Main

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