maandag 17 januari 2011

Robert Klümpen




Precisely calculated phobias, appearing in what seem initially to be unsophisticated architectures or at public places like bus stops and car parks, lurk in the worlds of day and night in Robert Klümpens paintings.
Klümpen’s pictures – fractured landscape studies and only apparently incidental scenes of normal night somewhere on the edge of the city – reveal themselves to be casually sketched and precisely executed, at times even dazzling in their deliberately artificial, excessive colourfulness. Yet they remain translucent. (Magdalena Kröner, 2010)
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kerberverlag

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