4.02—11.02.17
Group Exhibition Wolfgang Betke &
Gregor Gleiwitz
Beyond the Fringe

4.02—11.02.17
Group Exhibition Wolfgang Betke &
Gregor Gleiwitz
Beyond the Fringe

4.02—11.02.17
Group Exhibition Wolfgang Betke &
Gregor Gleiwitz
Beyond the Fringe

4.02—11.02.17
Group Exhibition Wolfgang Betke &
Gregor Gleiwitz
Beyond the Fringe

4.02—11.02.17
Group Exhibition Wolfgang Betke &
Gregor Gleiwitz
Beyond the Fringe

Gregor Gleiwitz and Wolfgang Betke – two painters, whose work is based on the human figure and on silhouettes, or more exactly: heads and grimaces are their artistic point of departure. In search of possibilities to literally face the meaning of painting nowadays, Gleiwitz and Betke highlight the process of painting itself. Both artists are deeply rooted in the tradition of abstract art but overcome art history by using time as a medium.

In the exhibition Beyond the Fringe these two painters are facing each other.

 

 

Gregor Gleiwitz and Wolfgang Betke – two painters, whose work is based on the human figure and on silhouettes, or more exactly: heads and grimaces are their artistic point of departure. In search of possibilities to literally face the meaning of painting nowadays, Gleiwitz and Betke highlight the process of painting itself. Both artists are deeply rooted in the tradition of abstract art but overcome art history by using time as a medium.

In the exhibition Beyond the Fringe these two painters are facing each other.

 

 

Gregor Gleiwitz and Wolfgang Betke – two painters, whose work is based on the human figure and on silhouettes, or more exactly: heads and grimaces are their artistic point of departure. In search of possibilities to literally face the meaning of painting nowadays, Gleiwitz and Betke highlight the process of painting itself. Both artists are deeply rooted in the tradition of abstract art but overcome art history by using time as a medium.

In the exhibition Beyond the Fringe these two painters are facing each other.

 

 

Gregor Gleiwitz and Wolfgang Betke – two painters, whose work is based on the human figure and on silhouettes, or more exactly: heads and grimaces are their artistic point of departure. In search of possibilities to literally face the meaning of painting nowadays, Gleiwitz and Betke highlight the process of painting itself. Both artists are deeply rooted in the tradition of abstract art but overcome art history by using time as a medium.

In the exhibition Beyond the Fringe these two painters are facing each other.

 

 

Gregor Gleiwitz and Wolfgang Betke – two painters, whose work is based on the human figure and on silhouettes, or more exactly: heads and grimaces are their artistic point of departure. In search of possibilities to literally face the meaning of painting nowadays, Gleiwitz and Betke highlight the process of painting itself. Both artists are deeply rooted in the tradition of abstract art but overcome art history by using time as a medium.

In the exhibition Beyond the Fringe these two painters are facing each other.

While Gregor Gleiwitz deploys the quality of spontaneity and the speed of the actual moment (all titles refer to the date of origin), Wolfgang Betke consistently revises his work, sometimes over several years. Alternately Betke paints over and then abrades, even hurts the surface with a grinder until holes appear in the canvas. An accurate dating becomes impossible.

I look forward to hearing your thoughts. Please do let me know if you wish to register your interest in any of the works.

In the attachment you’ll find an overview of available works.


While Gregor Gleiwitz deploys the quality of spontaneity and the speed of the actual moment (all titles refer to the date of origin), Wolfgang Betke consistently revises his work, sometimes over several years. Alternately Betke paints over and then abrades, even hurts the surface with a grinder until holes appear in the canvas. An accurate dating becomes impossible.

I look forward to hearing your thoughts. Please do let me know if you wish to register your interest in any of the works.

In the attachment you’ll find an overview of available works.

While Gregor Gleiwitz deploys the quality of spontaneity and the speed of the actual moment (all titles refer to the date of origin), Wolfgang Betke consistently revises his work, sometimes over several years. Alternately Betke paints over and then abrades, even hurts the surface with a grinder until holes appear in the canvas. An accurate dating becomes impossible.

I look forward to hearing your thoughts. Please do let me know if you wish to register your interest in any of the works.

In the attachment you’ll find an overview of available works.

While Gregor Gleiwitz deploys the quality of spontaneity and the speed of the actual moment (all titles refer to the date of origin), Wolfgang Betke consistently revises his work, sometimes over several years. Alternately Betke paints over and then abrades, even hurts the surface with a grinder until holes appear in the canvas. An accurate dating becomes impossible.

I look forward to hearing your thoughts. Please do let me know if you wish to register your interest in any of the works.

In the attachment you’ll find an overview of available works.

While Gregor Gleiwitz deploys the quality of spontaneity and the speed of the actual moment (all titles refer to the date of origin), Wolfgang Betke consistently revises his work, sometimes over several years. Alternately Betke paints over and then abrades, even hurts the surface with a grinder until holes appear in the canvas. An accurate dating becomes impossible.

I look forward to hearing your thoughts. Please do let me know if you wish to register your interest in any of the works.

In the attachment you’ll find an overview of available works.

 

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