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Landscape Paintings. Maria Lalić

Ausstellungsansicht "Maria Lalić. Landscape Paintings", Galerie Renate Bender 2011
Ausstellungsansicht "Maria Lalić. Landscape Paintings", Galerie Renate Bender 2011
Ausstellungsansicht "Maria Lalić. Landscape Paintings", Galerie Renate Bender 2011
Ausstellungsansicht "Maria Lalić. Landscape Paintings", Galerie Renate Bender 2011
Ausstellungsansicht "Maria Lalić. Landscape Paintings", Galerie Renate Bender 2011
Studio der Künstlerin mit den zu feinstem Pigment vermahlenen, gesammelten Erden.
Arbeitswand im Studio der Künstlerin mit Landkarten und Fotos von den Orten, an denen die Erden für die "Landscape Paintings" gesammelt wurden, sowie dazugehörige Referenzgemälde.
Exhibition view "Maria Lalić. Landscape Paintings", Galerie Renate Bender 2011
Exhibition view "Maria Lalić. Landscape Paintings", Galerie Renate Bender 2011
Exhibition view "Maria Lalić. Landscape Paintings", Galerie Renate Bender 2011
Exhibition view "Maria Lalić. Landscape Paintings", Galerie Renate Bender 2011
Exhibition view "Maria Lalić. Landscape Paintings", Galerie Renate Bender 2011
Studio der Künstlerin mit den zu feinstem Pigment vermahlenen, gesammelten Erden.
Working wall in the artist's studio with maps and photos of the places where the earths were collected for the "Landscape Paintings", as well as associated reference paintings.
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Landscape Paintings
Maria Lalić

Exhibition from June 30th to July 30th, 2011

Using a methodical, almost scientific approach the artist has worked for years on her cycles. Over the past 15 years the Gallery has shown, for example, works from the cycles “Metals & Colours” and “History Paintings”. For her new series “Landscape Paintings” the artist has investigated the names of painting colours or pigments – for example, “Paris Blue“ or “English Green” – and referred to a famous landscape painting of the time (here Seurat’s “Bridge of Courbevoie”). From these locations she removed bits of soil, which she ground in her studio to the finest pigment and then used it to paint the bottom part of her new paintings.