dinsdag 1 juni 2010

Matthias Weischer




Matthias Weischer’s paintings are the result of over-painting, rewrites and Frankensteinian construction, conveying the caprices and judgements that this way of working must absorb - repetition and novelty, drips and masking tape, the overt and the cryptic. It’s as if they’re a mapping of Weischer’s thoughts on painting itself, while their physical anomalies (impossible shadows, unrealistic architecture and thwarted narrative) are signposts for perception’s instability.
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frieze magazine/Sally O'Reilly

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Matthias Weischer - In Monte Carlo
01.05.2010 - 28.08.2010



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