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Silent Symphony | Art 23

January 12|11:00 am - April 12|7:00 pm UTC+8

29¥
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Opening Ceremony  : 2020 JANUARY 11(SAT.) 15:00 (INVITATION ONLY)

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Preface

The theme of this art exhibition arecolors, geometry, cities and interactions. The artists experiment colors and forms to express their exploration and reflection of the city and life. The two German artists we invited this time, one is skilled in city lines and the other is good at architecture, both of whom bring marvelous and amazing experience of colors and forms in art to the audience. Each Artwork is a silent symphony solidified on a two-dimensional canvas.

It is in this vivid and interesting way that they interact with theaudience.Marc Schmitz is a conceptual multi-disciplinary artist based in Berlin and Ulaanbaatar. He explores the foundations of the different media that he is in use with, by challenging their limits. His works convey sensuality, inviting the viewer to enter into a mutually constructive dialogue, when addressing the limitless space with all of the viewer‘s basic senses.

His works have been exhibited internationally,represented in private and public collections and have been remarked with several international awards. Jutta Bobbe is a contemporary German artist lives and works in Shanghai and Berlin. She is well known for her vibrant dynamic abstract oil paintings. In 2000 she graduated from the University of Applied Art and Science in Hamburg. Her imagery reflects her affinity for the philosophy and surrealism.

They feature the moments of simultaneity, unexpected juxtapositions of spatial fragments, as if the distance between places and differences cultures had condensed into a single, powerful space.  She has achieved incombining fundamentally different spatial pictorial corporealities into a body of work that remains unmistakably her own.

Her work has been exhibited in many important Chinese major museums such as Today Art Museum, Beijing; Mingyuan Art Museum, Shanghai; MoCA, Museum of Contemporary Art, Shanghai; Shanghai Himalayas Art Museum. ART23 is proud to present Marc Schmitz and Jutta Bobbe duo painting exhibition in Guangzhou. We will continually serve as a laboratory for artists to explore the dialogue between their works, time and space. We value the interaction between our artists and the public, and champion the bold exploration and experimentation with in the thriving cultural industry in China and beyond.

Artist

JUTTA BOBBE ART 23
JUTTA BOBBE

JUTTA BOBBE is a contemporary German artist lives and works in Shanghai and Berlin. She is well known for her vibrant dynamic abstract oil paintings. In 2000 she graduated from the University of Applied Art and Science in Hamburg. In 2008, she designed her studio in Beijing, where she lived and worked before moving to Shanghai in 2017.

Her imagery reflects her affinity for the philosophy and surrealism. They feature the moments of simultaneity, unexpected juxtapositions of spatial fragments, as if the distance between places and differences cultures had condensed into a single, powerful space. She has achieved in combining fundamentally different spatial pictorial corporealities into a body of work that remains unmistakably her own. 

She has exhibited internationally including selected solo exhibitions

Xinqiao Art Museum in Shanghai (2018);

Himalayas Art Museum Zendai MoMA, Shanghai (2015);

Cipa Gallery, Beijing (2016);

Yard Gallery, Shanghai (2016 and 2006);

Hong Kong Contemporary Art Museum, Guangzhou (2015)

Selected important group shows at Mingyuan Art Museum, Shanghai (2014, ANOTHER UTOPIA–SHANGHAI ABSTRACT ART – NOMAD);

Shanghai Himalayas Art Museum (2013, INSIGHTFUL CHARISMA);

Today Art Museum, Beijing (2009, ENLIVEN-IN BETWEEN REALITIES AND FICTION, Animamix Biennial);

MoCA, Museum of Contemporary Art, Shanghai (2008, MERGING EMERGING-ART, UTOPIA AND VIRTUAL REALITY),

Experience

Education

2000 Diploma, Painting and Design, Academy of Applied Art and Science, Hamburg, Germany

2001/2 Philosophy, University TU Berlin, Germany

Exhibition

2018 HYPERLAND, Xinqiao Art Museum, Shanghai, China (S)

2017 AN HALF-WISDOM, China Shuangshi Yangguang Culture Institute, Shanghai, China

LA FÈMINITÈ EN VOGUE, Laique Jules Vallès, Paris, France 2016 JUTTA BOBBE, Cipa Gallery, Beijing, China (S)

MOVE ALL THE WAY AROUND, Yard Gallery, Shanghai, China (S)

NOMINATE WOMEN, Zhong Fang Culture Center, Beijing, China (C)

2015 TIMELINE, Hong Kong Contemporary Art Museum, Guangzhou, China (S) (C)

REFLECTION, Himalayas Art Museum Zendai MoMA, Zhujiajiao Shanghai, China (S)

2014 THE PAINTING EXHIBITION OF FOREIGN AND CHINESE ARTIST, Auckland, New Zealand

HUANGSHAN – TAIHANG, Chinese and foreign Artist, Chinese People’s University Art Museum, Beijing, China

ANOTHER UTOPIA– SHANGHAI ABSTRACT ART – NOMAD, Mingyuan Art Museum, Shanghai, China

HIDDEN IN THE MARKET, 50 M MOVEMENT, Performance/ Sculpture, International Art Festival, Dongguan, China

2013 NO LIMIT: MADE IN CHINMANY, German Embassy Beijing, China (S) (C) INSIGHTFUL CHARISMA, Shanghai

Himalayas Art Museum, Shanghai, China (C)

2012 ART & DESIGN 100, White Box Museum of Art, Beijing, China (C) GUI QU LAI XI, Shenghu Art Museum, Beijing, China (C)

2011 SUPER REALITY, SUPER PRIVACY, VISION, Exhibition on Paper, UCCA, Ullens Center for Contemporary Art, Beijing, China

WHITE LIMITED, MADE IN CHINMANY, Hong Kong Contemporary Art Museum, Beijing, China (C)

K4 Gallery, Munich (2010); and at Ute Parduhn Gallery in Dusseldorf (2006). Her works are hold in private collections all over the world like: USA, UK, Germany, Swiss and China.

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Details

Start:
January 12|11:00 am
End:
April 12|7:00 pm
Cost:
29¥
Event Categories:
ART, EXHIBITION
Event Tags:
art, art 23, Art shenzhen, China, Exhibition

Organizer

Art23 Contemporary Art Gallery
Phone:
188 1980 5255
Email:
art23gz@136.com

Venue

ART23 Contemporary Art Gallery
23 Qiming San Malu, Yuexiu District
Guangzhou, Guangdong China
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Phone:
188 1980 5255