Florian Heinke, Natalie Czech and Jordan Wolfson at NKV Wiesbaden
Florian Heinke: Heimat 03, 2011
Upcoming exhibitions at NKV Wiesbaden
January 15 to March 3, 2012
January 14, 2012, 5 to 8 pm
Artist Talk with Natalie Czech:
January 15, 2012, 3 pm
Artist Talk with Florian Heinke:
February 5, 2012, 3 pm
Open Tue 2 - 8 pm, Wed - Fri 2 - 6 pm, Sat - Sun 11 am - 6 pm, Closed on Mondays
Florian Heinke. Kein Gott und seine Kinder.
Consistently Florian Heinke (*1981, Frankfurt/M) reduces his colour range exclusively to black, which he applies directly on to nettle cloth, in order to use it as a radical medium for his painting, which he calls Black Pop. Pictures from the fast-moving media, like the Internet, magazines and newspapers, his own photos and montages are frozen to incredible monuments, as an arousing comment on the phenomenon of speechlessness.
Natalie Czech. Et moi aussi je suis peintre oder Why I am not a painter
'Me too, I am a painter or Why I am not a painter'—Just like Natalie Czech links the two titles of Guillaume Apollinaire and Frank O'Hara to a contradictory statement, she also links in mutual interaction poetry and art, investigating the permeability of the border between the genres. For the first time in the Rhine Main Area a comprehensive presentation of her work covering the years 2009 to 2012 is on display.
Jordan Wolfson / Con Leche
Jordan Wolfson removes iconic pictures and objects of the mass media and pop culture from their context, re-animating them into a cartoon animation. The animation is accompanied by a soundtrack composed of bits and pieces of the internet, distorted by the directions of the artist himself. Do not miss this!
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