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Laurence Egloff

Broad brushstrokes, abstract forms, and flowing colors: The preferred medium of the Berlin-based, French artist Laurence Egloff (*1972) is painting. Egloff’s frequently sketch-like works on paper are transferred to canvas and one and the same pictorial subject is developed further in several versions. She samples from the treasure house of pictures by Tiepolo, Tintoretto, or, for instance, Poussin, and makes reference to templates from art history and everyday life. In the process, she simultaneously moves through her own world of color and interpretation. In Egloff’s new publication, Ferial Nadja Karrasch provides an in-depth examination of her painting and sheds light on the moment of the “suspension of disbelief.”

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"Laurence Egloff"

October 2017

ISBN 978-3-7356-0409-5

20,00 x 25,00 cm

80 Pages

39 colored illustrations

Softcover with flaps, paper back

Languages: German, English

Text by
Ferial Nadja Karrasch
Design by
Imke Wagener

Laurence Egloff - suspension of disbelief, SCHWARZ CONTEMPORARY, Berlin, 27.10.-2.12.2017