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Special Prize Exhibitions

ANNA BITTERSOHL | ART re.FLEX Gallery

 

Special Prize Personal Exhibition
Location: ART re.FLEX Gallery, St. Petersburg
Winner Artist: Anna Bittersohl
Open Day: Friday October 3rd, 7pm

Details:
On Friday October 3rd Anna Bittersohl’s solo show, opens. The artist was selected by ART re.FLEX Gallery in St. Petersburg, as the winner of the Special Prize "Artist in Gallery" at the 8th Arte Laguna Prize. The exhibition will be on view until October 24.

SAVE ME FROM DROWNING
04.10.2014 - 24.10.2014
www.artreflex.ru

Anna Bittersohl (b. 1982, Dachau) - is a painter living and working in Nuremberg, Germany.
She has been exhibiting her work in solo and group shows in Germany, Switzerland, Great Britain, Netherlands, Italy.
Anna Bittersohl studied painting at the academy of fine arts Nuremberg. She obtained a Meisterschueler in fine arts with Ralph Fleck in 2008.In 2014 she has been shortlisted for “100 painters of tomorrow” painting competition by Themes&Hudson and Beers Contemporary Arts in 2013. In 2014 she became the finalist of ARTE LAGUNA PRIZE.

Anna Bittersohl's studio visit is the first opportunity for St.Petersburg public to see her paintings from her workshop in Nuremberg. The artist mostly works in series and the paintings, that were taken from a number of those, do not form a single narrative. Also you should not try to find one integral concept behind them. These paintings simply outline the topics the artist is interested in, namely the possibility for figurative art to exist in the framework of Anna Bittersohl's studio visit is the first opportunity for St.Petersburg public to see her paintings from her workshop in Nuremberg. The artist mostly works in series and the paintings, that were taken from a number of those, do not form a single narrative. Also you should not try to find one integral concept behind them. These paintings simply outline the topics the artist is interested in, namely the possibility for figurative art to exist in the framework of Anna Bittersohl paints large-scale landscapes that may either be some wondrous jungle or the garden of Eden. She paints portraits of women, men and children. A fleeting glance will give you a feeling that these are indeed quite traditional and are to be expected from a recent Art's Academy student. However a deeper study shows you that the idealistic overgrown greens are spotted by pieces of aircrafts. A child's portrait gives you a vague hint of a dictator's profile image. The halo of a saint starts to look more and more like an astronaut’s The painterly practice of the artist turns out to be some kind of game – thick layers of oil paint are merely a facade for a series of symbols and images from mass media and art history alike. Rembrandtesque portraits refer you to characters from horror movies. Victorian miniatures turn out to be portraits of your contemporaries. Twisted faces from Francis Bacon's paintings almost become a single abstract composition. The artist believes that Painting in nowadays is a huge forbidden adventure playground, you just have to figure out to deal with the freedom to play in it. However infantile this playground rhetoric might seem at first, it conceals a serious painterly study of the autonomy of contemporary practices in art, the viewer's perception of a ceaseless torrent of visual information as well as the relationship between the heavenly and the mundane.

Exhibition scheme
Title: save me from drowning
Location: ART re.FLEX Gallery, St. Petersburg
Opening event: Friday October 3rd, 7pm
Dates: 04.10.2014 - 24.10.2014

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