Sobre esta obra
This painting will be shown in a solo exhibition at the Museum Kloster Bentlage from 27. 6. to 19. 9. 2021. (kloster-bentlage.de)
The picture comes from the group of recent works in which the artist mixes screen printing and painting. As is so often the case with Wolff, the focus is on the separation of man and nature and the error that lies within it. The picture deals with our relationship to time and nature. What role do we play, how do we encounter nature, and what significance do both have for us? Are we part of nature or is it our counterpart? The woman in the picture is dressed inappropriately for the wilderness, but still she has somehow reached the wooden platform. She is barefoot like the natives of the jungle and looks concentrated at the inside of her hands from which a warm glow of light emanates. This concentrated look at the hands is familiar and understandable to everyone today since the smartphone has dominated modern life. The circle in which the woman is as out of place as she is natural is formed by silver foxes. However, their attractive black and white colouring is not a whim of nature, but the result of breeding on fur farms.
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Ships in a card box from Germany.

Circle

Regine Wolff
Osnabrück and Hamburg, Germany
mixed media, oil painting on screen printed background
Año 2017
100 x 100 x 4 cm
€2,880 incl. IVA
Sobre esta obra
This painting will be shown in a solo exhibition at the Museum Kloster Bentlage from 27. 6. to 19. 9. 2021. (kloster-bentlage.de)
The picture comes from the group of recent works in which the artist mixes screen printing and painting. As is so often the case with Wolff, the focus is on the separation of man and nature and the error that lies within it. The picture deals with our relationship to time and nature. What role do we play, how do we encounter nature, and what significance do both have for us? Are we part of nature or is it our counterpart? The woman in the picture is dressed inappropriately for the wilderness, but still she has somehow reached the wooden platform. She is barefoot like the natives of the jungle and looks concentrated at the inside of her hands from which a warm glow of light emanates. This concentrated look at the hands is familiar and understandable to everyone today since the smartphone has dominated modern life. The circle in which the woman is as out of place as she is natural is formed by silver foxes. However, their attractive black and white colouring is not a whim of nature, but the result of breeding on fur farms.
Detalles de entrega
Ships in a card box from Germany.

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