SJP # 2

Prof. Dr. Dirk Boll
10 Theses on the Future of the International Art Markets

Dirk Boll (President EMEA, Christie’s, London), teaches cultural management in Hamburg, publishes regularly in international media on the current art market and is the author of numerous books.
His next publication ”1990-2001-2009-2020: What is different this time? Economic Crises and the New Art Markets” will be published in November by Hatje Cantz.

In his lecture he gaves us his personal assessment of the future prospects
of the international art markets.

October, 2020 || closed event due to current restrictions….. by invitation only.

SJP # 1

July 18 – August 31, 2020

The exhibiton 3x > 4m² presents three large-format works by three artist with different working methods. In their composition they have the effect of a triptych of painting in the exhibition space, in the centre of which a floor-seat installation invites the viewer not only to visually immerse himself in the work.

The most interesting painting is one that expresses more of what one thinks than of what one sees“. Mark Rothko

Stéphanie Marin. Les Marches, 2015, pu foam with skin effect coating, latex, variable size
Mark Killian. Y, 2020, exposed uv print on canvas, 220x440 cm
Frank Hutter. I smell Gasoline, 2019, oil on canvas, 240x190 cm
Andrea Hanak. Composition in Red, 2018, oil on canvas 220x160 cm

Frank Hutter (master student of Sean Scully) creates geometric compositions, which he trenchantly emphasizes with gestural, luminous oil paints and composes a complex, conclusive pictorial work in many layers of overpainting.
Andrea Hanak (master student of Günther Förg) calls her artistic style informal and romantic at the same time. This paradox is created by fine, targeted scratching out in the form of organic motifs from the already applied paint on canvas.
Mark Killian (master student of Florian Pumhösl) works with monochrome digital prints of abstract details of buildings and architectural elements.

Floor installation LES MARCHES by the French designer Stéphanie Marin, latex, size variable. A similar installation was shown at the French Pavillion during the 56th Biennale of Venice (2015).

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