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art Karlsruhe
An event presented by

Galerie Filser & Gräf

Neuturmstraße 2, 80331 München
Germany
Telephone +49 89 25544477
Fax +49 89 25544476
kontakt@filserundgraef.de

Location

  •   dm-arena / H4/K22

Contact

Cico Gräf

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Please visit our virtual booth: https://artspaces.kunstmatrix.com/de/exhibition/6129303/kunstmesse-art-karlsruhe-2021

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kontakt@filserundgraef.de

Lillian Berger

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+49 162 49 10 921

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kontakt@filserundgraef.de

Please visit our virtual art fair booth https://artspaces.kunstmatrix.com/de/exhibition/6129303/kunstmesse-art-karlsruhe-2021

Please visit our virtual art fair booth: https://artspaces.kunstmatrix.com/de/exhibition/6129303/kunstmesse-art-karlsruhe-2021

Our Artists

Artist details

Category: Contemporary Art

Christa Filser

For Christa Filser, process and the search for new forms of expression play an important role in her artistic work. Her artistic activity reflects her search for sound, complexity, differentiation and challenge. Cognitive theory, experience, intuition and creativity in a constantly continuing and changing process find their way into the design and expression of her art.
Materials entered into action and reaction with each other and contributed their part to the emergence of the surface structure. Christa Filser dissects, varies, transforms step by step the color and what it depicts into a symbolism, whose form and power of expression is part of this value creation. For Christa Filser, art springs from the essence of the process, always breaking new ground, both technically and in terms of content.

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Category: Contemporary Art

Charlotte Giacobbi

Charlotte Giacobbi's work questions the physical potential of painting. She oscillates through the play between color, fabric, frame and the creation of forms that come to life in the imagination of the observer.
The two-dimensionality is extended by a third, thus being able to create an experience of physicality. Through the movement of the observer in space and around the object, the work can be experienced in its overall context. She thus considers the work not only as a carrier of matter, but as a total work; including the fabric and the frame, which interacts with its environment.
If painting can complement the notion of the body as a material substance, especially showing itself as a continuous process, painting is closer to us.

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Category: Contemporary Art

Sebastian Herzau

Sebastian Herzau is a painter whose art cannot be pigeonholed, for he surprises us with a wide variety of subjects and skillfully plays with our perception. He has managed to make this play with the painterly possibilities of alienation, veiling and illusion his trademark.
Sebastian Herzau is always on the lookout for new challenges in classical painting techniques. He devotes himself mainly to the traditional genres of portraiture and still life, which he translates into his own artistic signature. He creates illusions in the sense of trompe-l'œil painting and ambiguous pictorial worlds that reveal his experimental curiosity. He often provides these with a special pinch of "Herzau humor", which make the viewer smile and wonder at the same time.

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Category: Contemporary Art

Helge Leiberg

The internationally renowned artist Helge Leiberg, whose works are represented in collections such as Getty Museum L.A. USA, Würth Collection, Berlinische Galerie, and many others, addresses in his sculpture, painting and drawings the role of the body in the finding and formulation of the respective creative universe.

"In the movement of man, he seeks man, he seeks himself." Writes Dr. Dietrich Mahlow to Helge Leiberg in the exhibition catalog "Between Jump & Fall" in 1999 and indeed the artist Helge Leiberg, born in 1954 in Dresden-Loschwitz, dedicates his work to the expression and immediacy of the human body.
Both his ink drawings and canvas works and his bronze sculptures appear as artfully curved characters, which through their form and dynamics reveal something about the simultaneous perfection and vulnerability of our existence.
Gestural lines form characteristic figures that wind around each other, in wild dances, always in motion, at the same time given over to the ecstatic in their search for self and knowledge of the world. Helge Leiberg gives the choreography of human life an intensity of color and form that seems inexhaustible in its variations.

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Category: Contemporary Art

Tobias Stutz

An artist who, like Stutz, so matter-of-factly reproduces buildings or furniture of classical modernism clearly works with the recognition value of things. People are completely absent from his pictures, but their design objects and architectures are staged all the more precisely. In this way, the buildings become representatives of the clear, reduced formal language of the international style that emerged at the Bauhaus at the beginning of the last century. Stutz then presents its characteristics: the flat roofs, the generous windows or window walls, and the supporting chrome columns, which are the hallmark of Mies van der Rohe's skeletal architecture.
(Excerpt text by Aloisia Föllmer)

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Category: Contemporary Art

Maria Wallenstål-Schoenberg

1959 born in Uppsala, Sweden. 1978 - 82 studies University of Uppsala, 1990 - 98 Kunstlergilde Ulm and lecturer Clemens Etz, 2004 - 08 Academy of Fine Arts Munich, class meetings with Prof. Jerry Zeniuk. Member of BBK München und Oberbayern e.V. and Neue Gruppe Haus der Kunst e.V. Munich. Lives and works in Munich.
"Making the color speak. Let the color express itself, as an individual and in harmony with the others. This requires adding and taking away. This also means a concentrated process, a watchfulness, a listening to the expressive desire of the individual color, to its highest possible reality of existence and simultaneous integration into the responsibility of the overall sound color." Dr. Angelika Burger

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About us

Gallery profile

The international art fair art Karlsruhe will not take place live again this year due to pandemic.

We have moved our participation with our fair program including the booth into the virtual space and would be happy if you take your time and visit us there.

https://artspaces.kunstmatrix.com/de/exhibition/6129303/kunstmesse-art-karlsruhe-2021

We present a selection of new works of our artists:

Christa Filser
Charlotte Giacobbi
Sebastian Herzau
Helge Leiberg
Tobias Stutz
Maria Wallenstål-Schoenberg
We hope you enjoy the tour!

If you would like to receive more information about one or more works or see them live, please contact us at kontakt@filserundgraef.de or call 089 255 444 77.

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