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Galerie Max Hetzler (Oudenarder Straße)

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Bridget Riley

      Bridget Riley may be best known for her optical black and white paintings – now  synonymous with the 1960s – but in the stunning colour work that followed she continued her exploration of perception through the relationship between structure and colour.Galerie Max Hetzler is proud to present a small retrospective of this major British artist's work with a special focus on works from the last three decades, which will include studies, paintings and wall paintings. Almost ‘drawing... [more]
Posted by Abhilasha Singh on 4/10/11
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Interior of a Reactor

          Struth’s work reconciles forms of documentation and contemplation. His most recent photographs offer a new experience for the viewer’s eye since most of us have not yet examined the interior of a reactor vessel, entered a space shuttle or walked around in a nuclear power station before; all places hidden from the public.Without knowing the location, it is impossible to acknowledge in which part of the world the image has been captured. In his new series the artist forces the eye... [more]
Posted by ArtSlant Team on 12/6/10
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Rineke Dijkstra: Dancing and Drawing

    Rineke Dijkstra, one of the most visible and highly regarded Dutch artists, received international recognition in the early 90's for her eloquent portrait series of teenagers and young adults.The exploration of identity remains central in her powerful images of adolescents. Dijkstra took photographs - sometimes over a long period of time - of boys and girls in different parts of the world. Her subjects include a Bosnian girl refugee at intervals of several years, young Israelis before... [more]
Posted by ArtSlant Team on 2/22/10
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