07.09.—05.10.19
Bettina Marx
A SOLID INTO A LIQUID

07.09.—05.10.19
Bettina Marx
A SOLID INTO A LIQUID

07.09.—05.10.19
Bettina Marx
A SOLID INTO A LIQUID

07.09.—05.10.19
Bettina Marx
A SOLID INTO A LIQUID

07.09.—05.10.19
Bettina Marx
A SOLID INTO A LIQUID

Bettina Marx shows her debut solo exhibition at SETAREH X within the frame of this year's DC Open. In addition to the presentation of large-format paintings on wood and paper and objects made of painted bark, the artist also sees the exhibition space as a part of her installation. In addition to applying paint with a brush and conventional tools, Marx also uses objects from nature or industry as printing forms, such as tree trunks, bark or plastic foil, using them like a stamp or a printing roller to apply paint to the painting surface. The resulting structures are then refined with a brush.

Bettina Marx shows her debut solo exhibition at SETAREH X within the frame of this year's DC Open. In addition to the presentation of large-format paintings on wood and paper and objects made of painted bark, the artist also sees the exhibition space as a part of her installation. In addition to applying paint with a brush and conventional tools, Marx also uses objects from nature or industry as printing forms, such as tree trunks, bark or plastic foil, using them like a stamp or a printing roller to apply paint to the painting surface. The resulting structures are then refined with a brush.

Bettina Marx shows her debut solo exhibition at SETAREH X within the frame of this year's DC Open. In addition to the presentation of large-format paintings on wood and paper and objects made of painted bark, the artist also sees the exhibition space as a part of her installation. In addition to applying paint with a brush and conventional tools, Marx also uses objects from nature or industry as printing forms, such as tree trunks, bark or plastic foil, using them like a stamp or a printing roller to apply paint to the painting surface. The resulting structures are then refined with a brush.

Bettina Marx shows her debut solo exhibition at SETAREH X within the frame of this year's DC Open. In addition to the presentation of large-format paintings on wood and paper and objects made of painted bark, the artist also sees the exhibition space as a part of her installation. In addition to applying paint with a brush and conventional tools, Marx also uses objects from nature or industry as printing forms, such as tree trunks, bark or plastic foil, using them like a stamp or a printing roller to apply paint to the painting surface. The resulting structures are then refined with a brush.

Bettina Marx (b. 1981) studied at the Kunstakademie Münster, where she graduated in 2009 as a master student of Cornelius Völker. She has been awarded numerous prizes, received several scholarships and has had various solo and group exhibitions. As a recipient of the NRW Fine Arts Award, she is currently represented in the group exhibition "gestalten - ein jahrhundert abstrakte kunst im westen" at the Kunsthaus NRW Kornelimünster.

Bettina Marx shows her debut solo exhibition at SETAREH X within the frame of this year's DC Open. In addition to the presentation of large-format paintings on wood and paper and objects made of painted bark, the artist also sees the exhibition space as a part of her installation. In addition to applying paint with a brush and conventional tools, Marx also uses objects from nature or industry as printing forms, such as tree trunks, bark or plastic foil, using them like a stamp or a printing roller to apply paint to the painting surface. The resulting structures are then refined with a brush.

Bettina Marx (b. 1981) studied at the Kunstakademie Münster, where she graduated in 2009 as a master student of Cornelius Völker. She has been awarded numerous prizes, received several scholarships and has had various solo and group exhibitions. As a recipient of the NRW Fine Arts Award, she is currently represented in the group exhibition "gestalten - ein jahrhundert abstrakte kunst im westen" at the Kunsthaus NRW Kornelimünster.

Bettina Marx (b. 1981) studied at the Kunstakademie Münster, where she graduated in 2009 as a master student of Cornelius Völker. She has been awarded numerous prizes, received several scholarships and has had various solo and group exhibitions. As a recipient of the NRW Fine Arts Award, she is currently represented in the group exhibition "gestalten - ein jahrhundert abstrakte kunst im westen" at the Kunsthaus NRW Kornelimünster.

Bettina Marx (b. 1981) studied at the Kunstakademie Münster, where she graduated in 2009 as a master student of Cornelius Völker. She has been awarded numerous prizes, received several scholarships and has had various solo and group exhibitions. As a recipient of the NRW Fine Arts Award, she is currently represented in the group exhibition "gestalten - ein jahrhundert abstrakte kunst im westen" at the Kunsthaus NRW Kornelimünster.

Bettina Marx (b. 1981) studied at the Kunstakademie Münster, where she graduated in 2009 as a master student of Cornelius Völker. She has been awarded numerous prizes, received several scholarships and has had various solo and group exhibitions. As a recipient of the NRW Fine Arts Award, she is currently represented in the group exhibition "gestalten - ein jahrhundert abstrakte kunst im westen" at the Kunsthaus NRW Kornelimünster.

 

 

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