Gallery Art87 - Saisoneröffnung

Description

The many hikers in the Urseren Valley signal that spring has also begun in Andermatt and Gallery ART87 opens the exhibition season. From 1 June to the end of September, Leupi-ART - which is once again responsible for this year's program at Gallery ART87 - will be presenting a wide range of artworks by national and international artists. Heidi Leupi has visited many artists' studios over the past few months to present an exciting exhibition program in Andermatt. This season, visitors will discover many new and surprising things. Lorenz Spring is represented with collages from the special "Jazz Paintings" series. Last year, the "Water Lilies" series attracted a great deal of attention; canvas works featuring the great masters of jazz such as John Coltrane, Charlie Parker, Ella Fitzgerald and others will not only evoke memories of the "good old days of jazz", the multi-layered pictorial compositions exude energy and are also a tribute to these unforgettable stars of jazz music. Zimbabwe-born artist Tafadzwa Tega (known simply as "TEGA") has been living and working in South Africa for several years and has created a colorful series of canvases in his Cape Town studio especially for the exhibition at Gallery ART87. With his typical motifs and colorfulness, he designs entire entrance halls and rooms. His paintings are represented in galleries worldwide. Meinke Flessemann is a much sought-after artist, especially in the Algarve; Meinke is a versatile, active creative person. From painting and ceramics to sculptures and objects made of clay or plaster, but also with the ceramic tiles typical of Portugal (called azulejo), the Portuguese-Dutch artist is busy. For the group exhibition in Andermatt, Meinke has created a special series with animals on traditional fabrics. Van Ray, one of the most important artists of urban art, is represented in Gallery ART87. The German artist manages to fuse pop art and street art. His detailed and superimposed stencils often show comic figures, which Van Ray combines with pointed, critical slogans and questions things in a socio-critical way. His wall objects are a highlight of this year's exhibition. Burkhard Kern's naturalistic landscape paintings literally transport the viewer to another world. This is exactly what the artist wants to achieve with his paintings. The canvas works captivate with their aesthetics and attention to detail. Pictures that tie in with experiences of nature. Stephan Spicher is an artist who has commuted between cultures for decades; in East Asia and Russia he is honored, even celebrated, with major exhibitions in museums. The influences of his exhibition activities in Japan have influenced his visual language. The exhibition in Andermatt presents pictures from the "Blossom" series - the Far Eastern influence is unmistakable and conveys lightness and beauty to the viewer. Works from this series have been exhibited in major solo exhibitions at the Ludwig Museum in St. Petersburg and the National Museum in Singapore, among others. After three years, the art queen of the Swiss art scene Susi Kramer is once again represented at Gallery ART87 with some of her typical acrylic glass objects. Kramer has lived in Iran, China and France. She spends the summer painting in Cannes (F) - in the Château Vallombrosa, a castle with a tower and an unobstructed view of the Mediterranean. She has won many prizes and awards abroad and at home and exhibits in galleries and museums. Susi Kramer: "I can't imagine a life without color. It is my breath." The painter finds inspiration for her work in everyday life and wherever she happens to be. Above all, however, in nature, with which she is intensely connected. Note: This text was translated by machine translation software and not by a human translator. It may contain translation errors.

Website

http://leupi-art.ch

The many hikers in the Urseren Valley signal that spring has also begun in Andermatt and Gallery ART87 opens the exhibition season. From 1 June to the end of September, Leupi-ART - which is once again responsible for this year's program at Gallery ART87 - will be presenting a wide range of artworks by national and international artists. Heidi Leupi has visited many artists' studios over the past few months to present an exciting exhibition program in Andermatt. This season, visitors will discover many new and surprising things. Lorenz Spring is represented with collages from the special "Jazz Paintings" series. Last year, the "Water Lilies" series attracted a great deal of attention; canvas works featuring the great masters of jazz such as John Coltrane, Charlie Parker, Ella Fitzgerald and others will not only evoke memories of the "good old days of jazz", the multi-layered pictorial compositions exude energy and are also a tribute to these unforgettable stars of jazz music. Zimbabwe-born artist Tafadzwa Tega (known simply as "TEGA") has been living and working in South Africa for several years and has created a colorful series of canvases in his Cape Town studio especially for the exhibition at Gallery ART87. With his typical motifs and colorfulness, he designs entire entrance halls and rooms. His paintings are represented in galleries worldwide. Meinke Flessemann is a much sought-after artist, especially in the Algarve; Meinke is a versatile, active creative person. From painting and ceramics to sculptures and objects made of clay or plaster, but also with the ceramic tiles typical of Portugal (called azulejo), the Portuguese-Dutch artist is busy. For the group exhibition in Andermatt, Meinke has created a special series with animals on traditional fabrics. Van Ray, one of the most important artists of urban art, is represented in Gallery ART87. The German artist manages to fuse pop art and street art. His detailed and superimposed stencils often show comic figures, which Van Ray combines with pointed, critical slogans and questions things in a socio-critical way. His wall objects are a highlight of this year's exhibition. Burkhard Kern's naturalistic landscape paintings literally transport the viewer to another world. This is exactly what the artist wants to achieve with his paintings. The canvas works captivate with their aesthetics and attention to detail. Pictures that tie in with experiences of nature. Stephan Spicher is an artist who has commuted between cultures for decades; in East Asia and Russia he is honored, even celebrated, with major exhibitions in museums. The influences of his exhibition activities in Japan have influenced his visual language. The exhibition in Andermatt presents pictures from the "Blossom" series - the Far Eastern influence is unmistakable and conveys lightness and beauty to the viewer. Works from this series have been exhibited in major solo exhibitions at the Ludwig Museum in St. Petersburg and the National Museum in Singapore, among others. After three years, the art queen of the Swiss art scene Susi Kramer is once again represented at Gallery ART87 with some of her typical acrylic glass objects. Kramer has lived in Iran, China and France. She spends the summer painting in Cannes (F) - in the Château Vallombrosa, a castle with a tower and an unobstructed view of the Mediterranean. She has won many prizes and awards abroad and at home and exhibits in galleries and museums. Susi Kramer: "I can't imagine a life without color. It is my breath." The painter finds inspiration for her work in everyday life and wherever she happens to be. Above all, however, in nature, with which she is intensely connected. Note: This text was translated by machine translation software and not by a human translator. It may contain translation errors.

Website

http://leupi-art.ch

Event Information

14.07.2024
13:00
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