Coverbild Andy DenzlerPaintings
Andy DenzlerPaintings
The Human Nature Project
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Edited by: Fabian & Claude Walter Galerie
Texts by: Nadine Brüggebors
Graphic Design: Andy Denzler, Ellin Anderegg
German, English
March 2011 , 128 Pages , 0 Ills.
296mm x 242mm
ISBN: 978-3-7757-2803-4
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| Between abstract painting and Photorealism
Motion is the trademark of the paintings by Andy Denzler (*1965 in Zurich). In his pictures, which are reminiscent of the “snow” of black-and-white television sets from the sixties, he seeks to fathom the boundaries and possibilities of abstract painting and Photorealism. It seems as if the artist has pressed the fast-forward or pause button on a VCR, calling reality to a halt for a moment. He speeds up the colors and slows them down. What remains is a distorted instant—painted in classic oil on canvas—which upon closer examination is apparently abstract, while from a distance it seems real. Denzler draws his inspiration both from new media as well as his own films and photographs. His work focuses on the human figure. In his most recent series, The Human Nature Project, the artist explores the relationship between humankind and nature in the twenty-first century. Exhibition schedule: Michael Schultz Gallery, Seoul, January 27–February 27, 2011 | Fabian & Claude Walter Galerie, Zurich, March 26–April 21, 2011 | Claire Oliver Gallery, New York, 2011 | Galerie von Braunbehrens, Munich, 2011 | Multimedia Art Museum, Moscow, 2012
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