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A Painter’s Doubt

Artist Roundtable: Fr, 24 February 2017, 7 pm
Opening: Fr, 24 February 2017, 8 pm

This exhibition modestly raises questions of phenomenology today through the lens of several contemporary painters. Some of the painters are working with more abstract forms of expression, while others are painting figuratively or representationally. Landscape painting is also present in this exhibition. The common denominator is a link the curator makes around ideas of perception and examining aspects of phenomena, as identifiable in each of the artists’ work.

While questions of painting as a viable art form today linger more towards the background of this exhibition, the key notion to explore is how painting itself, perhaps more powerfully than any other medium of representation, has and continues to be a method of exploring phenomenological pursuits and representing sensations and visions that have parallels with questions of a modern phenomenology.

Anna Bjerger (SE), Vivian Greven (D), Flora Hauser (AT), Gregor Hildebrandt (D), Carl Mannov (DK), Kirsi Mikkola (FN), Mairead O’hEocha (IE), Daniel Pitin (CZ), Titania Seidl (AT)

Friendly supported by the Danish Arts Foundation.

Left back: Daniel Pitin. Right front: Carl Mannov.

Left back: Daniel Pitin. Right front: Carl Mannov.
Photo: Andrew Phelps, © Salzburger Kunstverein

Flora Hauser, O’Hara über die Alpen schreitend, 2016, pencil on canvas, 50 x 30 cm