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    Christmas and the turn of the year exhibition / small format V / In the Studio: Gina Gass November 27, 2011 January 28, 2012 opening: 27 November, 11 – 17 in longstanding tradition shows the Gallery Depelmann this year around the turn of the year a cross-section of artists. New images in small format (20 x 20 cm), which have made specifically for the gallery the artists are a focus. Find out detailed opinions from leaders such as Segra Stadium by clicking through. In a special show in the Studio, new works of the painter Gina Gass are primarily in smaller formats on wood and canvas to see. The female, singular character is the central theme of Gina Gass has varying them repeatedly over the years in different styles. Their lonely, obviously in no direct relationship to each other standing figures seems often cling to a certain melancholy. Her paintings also shows a preference for experimental and high-contrast color handling. The artist suggests in her new work their often moves and dance-acting motives only with expressive, tonal contours Brushstrokes. They usually extend to the edge of the format, sometimes they seem to push beyond.

    Something mysterious, sometimes threatening adheres to many images, which remain however vague and resists clear explanations. I’m no concept, but a belly painter. What comes out at the end of an image, is that what you can’t pronounce “, explains the artist. Gina Gass, born 1946 in Cologne, culture theory, aesthetics, philosophy and dramatics studied University of Berlin at the Humboldt. She received her artistic training in the workshop of the Studio Hall in Schwedt / oder. Since then she has worked as freely creative artist and regularly shows her work at exhibitions in Germany, Austria and the United States. She is represented in Germany since 1985 by the Gallery Depelmann.

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