Matter and Illusion
In her works, the artist Jutta Haeckel (*1972) from Düsseldorf occupies herself with the principles of cycles of growth. Her pictures call to mind depictions of nature as well as reflections or the courses of rivers, but without spatial points of orientation. At the same time, the paste-like application of paint makes her abstract works seem to be “broken open.” Traces of the painting process such as drops, splatters, or spots become visible and give rise to new patterns of perception. The publication accompanying the exhibition at the Kunstverein Leverkusen presents above all works from the years 2015–18/19. In it, special attention is given to the large-format pictures in the exhibition, which highlight the particular materiality of Jutta Haeckel’s pictures.
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23,50 × 28,40 cm
104 colored illustrations
Languages: German, English
Gregor Jansen, Magdalena Kröner, Susanne Wedewer-Pampus
dasbuero. Puder und Müller
Exhibition Jutta Haeckel, Matter and Illusion , 20.9 -21.10.18, Kunstverein Leverkusen