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Johan Schäfer

Johan Schäfer

Johan Schäfer turns the canvas into an object. Using oil, varnish and acrylic, he transfers everyday objects onto canvases, playing with a wide variety of formats. The paintings fill the entire pictorial space with the representation of the respective object, creating a semantic double. This process of appropriation creates a shift in context that makes us think anew about the meaning and symbolism of what is shown. In addition to the object series, Schäfer's artistic oeuvre also includes fictitious pictorial motifs that show us the absurdities and paradoxes of our time with a certain humor. In terms of content and form, Schäfer's works can be categorized in the styles of Pop Surrealism and Pop Realism. The Leipzig-based artist studied in Hamburg and Barcelona and graduated as a master student at the Dresden University of Fine Arts ...

1010

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1010

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1010, lives and works in Hamburg. His art deals with language, with symbols and signs, with the automatisms of our perception, as well as with the structures of our society. In his works on paper he consciously uses a beautiful aesthetic to bring a critical topic closer to the viewer. Skilfully he lures the eye past gently balanced color nuances down into an illusory black abyss. In his acrylic paintings of bird worms, on the other hand, he rather creates a gloomy atmosphere with the writhing monochrome creatures. 1010 is a conceptualist. His art does not explain itself. It is based on a well thought-out system that has been developed again and again in recent years. He reflects this in his murals, paintings and works on paper.

Flying Förtress

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Flying Förtress

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Jakobus Durstewitz 'Strom'

Jakobus Durstewitz 'Strom'

If we immerse ourselves in Durstewitz's pictures, we find ourselves in industrialized transit locations such as the port of Hamburg. Reflecting water, distance and silence motivate us to contemplatively observe the circumstances. Durstewitz states: "I absorb and abstract what I see in suppressed nature".   In doing so, he alludes to industrialization, which in fact triggered a transformation of the social, economic and political fabric and continually represses nature. The industrial landscapes in his paintings reflect this symbolically but by no means in a moralizing way. The black-and-white photographs of his father, who worked at a shipyard, serve as a model. In addition, the artist also searches for motifs himself at the harbor, "preferably in old, somewhat run-down corners," says Durstewitz. As a silent observer, he is int...

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