3.9.—9.10.21
Ania Hobson
I See You

3.9.—9.10.21
Ania Hobson
I See You

3.9.—9.10.21
Ania Hobson
I See You

3.9.—9.10.21
Ania Hobson
I See You

3.9.—9.10.21
Ania Hobson
I See You

SETAREH X is pleased to present I See You the first international solo show by London based artist Ania Hobson.

Dream and reality slip into each other in Ania Hobson’s paintings. The subjects, mainly women, represented with big coats and chunky boots, present stories of human interaction and detachment. Being part of social gatherings, at bars, alleys or restaurants, the depicted subjects draw the attention to an invisible context outside of the portrayed scene. Through the haze of smoke or the dimming lights, their gaze reaches out towards something happening beyond the painting.


SETAREH X is pleased to present I See You the first international solo show by London based artist Ania Hobson.

Dream and reality slip into each other in Ania Hobson’s paintings. The subjects, mainly women, represented with big coats and chunky boots, present stories of human interaction and detachment. Being part of social gatherings, at bars, alleys or restaurants, the depicted subjects draw the attention to an invisible context outside of the portrayed scene. Through the haze of smoke or the dimming lights, their gaze reaches out towards something happening beyond the painting.

 


SETAREH X is pleased to present I See You the first international solo show by London based artist Ania Hobson.

Dream and reality slip into each other in Ania Hobson’s paintings. The subjects, mainly women, represented with big coats and chunky boots, present stories of human interaction and detachment. Being part of social gatherings, at bars, alleys or restaurants, the depicted subjects draw the attention to an invisible context outside of the portrayed scene. Through the haze of smoke or the dimming lights, their gaze reaches out towards something happening beyond the painting.

 


SETAREH X is pleased to present I See You the first international solo show by London based artist Ania Hobson.

Dream and reality slip into each other in Ania Hobson’s paintings. The subjects, mainly women, represented with big coats and chunky boots, present stories of human interaction and detachment. Being part of social gatherings, at bars, alleys or restaurants, the depicted subjects draw the attention to an invisible context outside of the portrayed scene. Through the haze of smoke or the dimming lights, their gaze reaches out towards something happening beyond the painting.

SETAREH X is pleased to present I See You the first international solo show by London based artist Ania Hobson.

Dream and reality slip into each other in Ania Hobson’s paintings. The subjects, mainly women, represented with big coats and chunky boots, present stories of human interaction and detachment. Being part of social gatherings, at bars, alleys or restaurants, the depicted subjects draw the attention to an invisible context outside of the portrayed scene. Through the haze of smoke or the dimming lights, their gaze reaches out towards something happening beyond the painting.

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Works available

Works available

Ania Hobson, 2021, Outside Bar, oil:impasto on canvas, 190 x 180 cm_low

Ania Hobson
Outside Bar, 2021
oil/impasto on canvas
190 x 180 cm


Ania Hobson
Outside Bar, 2021
oil/impasto on canvas
190 x 180 cm

Ania Hobson
Outside Bar, 2021
oil/impasto on canvas
190 x 180 cm

Ania Hobson
Outside Bar, 2021
oil/impasto on canvas
190 x 180 cm

Ania Hobson
Outside Bar, 2021
oil/impasto on canvas
190 x 180 cm

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Sobieski, 2021, 60 x 80 cm, oil on canvas

Ania Hobson
Sobieski, 2021
oil on canvas
80 x 60 cm

Ania Hobson
Sobieski, 2021
oil on canvas
80 x 60 cm

Ania Hobson
Sobieski, 2021
oil on canvas
80 x 60 cm

Ania Hobson
Sobieski, 2021
oil on canvas
80 x 60 cm

Ania Hobson
Sobieski, 2021
oil on canvas
80 x 60 cm

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Ania Hobson emphasizes the contours of the figures, using a palette of tones that generates an emotionally distant ambiance, like a memory after a night out. Popular culture collides with art-historical references: Fauvism, comic, cartoonish distortions of hands and noses and a prominent use of impasto that, recalling Impressionist portraits, feeds the paintings with a sense of tactility.

Ania Hobson emphasizes the contours of the figures, using a palette of tones that generates an emotionally distant ambiance, like a memory after a night out. Popular culture collides with art-historical references: Fauvism, comic, cartoonish distortions of hands and noses and a prominent use of impasto that, recalling Impressionist portraits, feeds the paintings with a sense of tactility.

Ania Hobson emphasizes the contours of the figures, using a palette of tones that generates an emotionally distant ambiance, like a memory after a night out. Popular culture collides with art-historical references: Fauvism, comic, cartoonish distortions of hands and noses and a prominent use of impasto that, recalling Impressionist portraits, feeds the paintings with a sense of tactility.

Ania Hobson emphasizes the contours of the figures, using a palette of tones that generates an emotionally distant ambiance, like a memory after a night out. Popular culture collides with art-historical references: Fauvism, comic, cartoonish distortions of hands and noses and a prominent use of impasto that, recalling Impressionist portraits, feeds the paintings with a sense of tactility.

Ania Hobson emphasizes the contours of the figures, using a palette of tones that generates an emotionally distant ambiance, like a memory after a night out. Popular culture collides with art-historical references: Fauvism, comic, cartoonish distortions of hands and noses and a prominent use of impasto that, recalling Impressionist portraits, feeds the paintings with a sense of tactility.

Look Over, 2021, 76 x 101 cm, oil on canvas

Ania Hobson
Look Over, 2021
oil on canvas
101 x 76 cm

Ania Hobson
Look Over, 2021
oil on canvas
101 x 76 cm

Ania Hobson
Look Over, 2021
oil on canvas
101 x 76 cm

Ania Hobson
Look Over, 2021
oil on canvas
101 x 76 cm

Ania Hobson
Look Over, 2021
oil on canvas
101 x 76 cm

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An investigation of social phenomena through the understanding of the figure, focusing on individuals, who either alone or in groups are always socializing. A psychological approach on how body language transmits sensations which the observer can relate to. The colour, distanced from reality, generates an emotional detachment that is quickly regained by means of situational understanding. The densely modelled figures mimic movement, gesture, expressions and signs so accurately that its nature is undeniable. A clear meaning eludes the scenes. This leads the viewer towards observation, a study of the non-verbal symbolism that one can identify with. Hobson’s paintings enable the recognition of something close but distant, familiar but unknown, plausible but delusive.

An investigation of social phenomena through the understanding of the figure, focusing on individuals, who either alone or in groups are always socializing. A psychological approach on how body language transmits sensations which the observer can relate to. The colour, distanced from reality, generates an emotional detachment that is quickly regained by means of situational understanding. The densely modelled figures mimic movement, gesture, expressions and signs so accurately that its nature is undeniable. A clear meaning eludes the scenes. This leads the viewer towards observation, a study of the non-verbal symbolism that one can identify with. Hobson’s paintings enable the recognition of something close but distant, familiar but unknown, plausible but delusive.

An investigation of social phenomena through the understanding of the figure, focusing on individuals, who either alone or in groups are always socializing. A psychological approach on how body language transmits sensations which the observer can relate to. The colour, distanced from reality, generates an emotional detachment that is quickly regained by means of situational understanding. The densely modelled figures mimic movement, gesture, expressions and signs so accurately that its nature is undeniable. A clear meaning eludes the scenes. This leads the viewer towards observation, a study of the non-verbal symbolism that one can identify with. Hobson’s paintings enable the recognition of something close but distant, familiar but unknown, plausible but delusive.

An investigation of social phenomena through the understanding of the figure, focusing on individuals, who either alone or in groups are always socializing. A psychological approach on how body language transmits sensations which the observer can relate to. The colour, distanced from reality, generates an emotional detachment that is quickly regained by means of situational understanding. The densely modelled figures mimic movement, gesture, expressions and signs so accurately that its nature is undeniable. A clear meaning eludes the scenes. This leads the viewer towards observation, a study of the non-verbal symbolism that one can identify with. Hobson’s paintings enable the recognition of something close but distant, familiar but unknown, plausible but delusive.

An investigation of social phenomena through the understanding of the figure, focusing on individuals, who either alone or in groups are always socializing. A psychological approach on how body language transmits sensations which the observer can relate to. The colour, distanced from reality, generates an emotional detachment that is quickly regained by means of situational understanding. The densely modelled figures mimic movement, gesture, expressions and signs so accurately that its nature is undeniable. A clear meaning eludes the scenes. This leads the viewer towards observation, a study of the non-verbal symbolism that one can identify with. Hobson’s paintings enable the recognition of something close but distant, familiar but unknown, plausible but delusive.

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Take My Olive, 2021, 46 x 35 cm, oil on canvas

Ania Hobson
Take My Olive, 2021
oil on canvas
46 x 35 cm

Ania Hobson
Take My Olive, 2021
oil on canvas
46 x 35 cm

Ania Hobson
Take My Olive, 2021
oil on canvas
46 x 35 cm

Ania Hobson
Take My Olive, 2021
oil on canvas
46 x 35 cm

Ania Hobson
Take My Olive, 2021
oil on canvas
46 x 35 cm

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Chucking Drink, 2021, 140 x 130 cm, oil on canvas

Ania Hobson
Chucking Drink, 2021
oil on canvas
130 x 140 cm

Ania Hobson
Chucking Drink, 2021
oil on canvas
130 x 140 cm

Ania Hobson
Chucking Drink, 2021
oil on canvas
130 x 140 cm

Ania Hobson
Chucking Drink, 2021
oil on canvas
130 x 140 cm

Ania Hobson
Chucking Drink, 2021
oil on canvas
130 x 140 cm

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My Aries, 2021, 41 x 51cm, oil on canvas

Ania Hobson
My Aries, 2021
oil on canvas
51 x 41cm

Ania Hobson
My Aries, 2021
oil on canvas
51 x 41cm


Ania Hobson
My Aries, 2021
oil on canvas
51 x 41cm


Ania Hobson
My Aries, 2021
oil on canvas
51 x 41cm

Ania Hobson
My Aries, 2021
oil on canvas
51 x 41cm

On Our Way, 2021, 185 x 185 cm, oil on canvas

Ania Hobson
On Our Way, 2021
oil on canvas
185 x 185 cm

Ania Hobson
On Our Way, 2021
oil on canvas
185 x 185 cm

Ania Hobson
On Our Way, 2021
oil on canvas
185 x 185 cm

Ania Hobson
On Our Way, 2021
oil on canvas
185 x 185 cm

Ania Hobson
On Our Way, 2021
oil on canvas
185 x 185 cm

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After Midnight, 2021, 170 x 160 cm, oil on canvas

Ania Hobson
After Midnight, 2021
oil on canvas
160 x 170 cm

Ania Hobson
After Midnight, 2021
oil on canvas
160 x 170 cm

Ania Hobson
After Midnight, 2021
oil on canvas
160 x 170 cm

Ania Hobson
After Midnight, 2021
oil on canvas
160 x 170 cm

Ania Hobson
After Midnight, 2021
oil on canvas
160 x 170 cm

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Red Wine Ladies, 2021, 140 x 120 cm, oil on canvas

Ania Hobson
Red Wine Ladies, 2021
oil on canvas
120 x 140 cm



Ania Hobson
Red Wine Ladies, 2021
oil on canvas
120 x 140 cm

Ania Hobson
Red Wine Ladies, 2021
oil on canvas
120 x 140 cm


Ania Hobson
Red Wine Ladies, 2021
oil on canvas
120 x 140 cm


Ania Hobson
Red Wine Ladies, 2021
oil on canvas
120 x 140 cm


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* The prices are subject to the differential taxation according to §25A UStG. Art object / special regulation.
Photos: Lucas Vogt

* The prices are subject to the differential taxation according to §25A UStG. Art object / special regulation.
Photos: Lucas Vogt

* The prices are subject to the differential taxation according to §25A UStG. Art object / special regulation.
Photos: Lucas Vogt

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