Été 2009

Été 2009

Miriam Cahn, Raimond Chaves, Patricia Dauder, Alexandre Désirée, Jochen Lempert, Guillaume Leblon, Isa Melsheimer, Christoph Weber
June 3, 2009 to July 18, 2009
> Raimond Chaves, Untitled, 2008, Graphite on paper, 38 x 55 cm > Guillaume Leblon, Found objects (Miami Beach), 2008, Mixed media, 5 elements: 19 x 17 cm each
> Christoph Weber, Untitled (Base Line), 2009 , Cement, sand, wood, water, 200 x 15 x 5 cm, protocol > Miriam Cahn, Ereignis 20.08.07, Oil on canvas, 268 x 159 cm > Patricia Dauder, Premsa #2, 2008, 80 35mm color slides > Guillaume Leblon, Found objects (Miami Beach), 2008, Mixed media, 5 elements: 19 x 17 cm each > Raimond Chaves, Untitled, 2008, Graphite on paper, 38 x 55 cm
> Jochen Lempert, Möwen, 2003, Silver gelatin print, 3 parts, 18 x 24 cm cm > Jochen Lempert, Formation, 2004, Silver gelatin prints, 2 parts, 39 x 27,5 cm cm > Christoph Weber, Untitled (Base Line), 2009 , Cement, sand, wood, water, 200 x 15 x 5 cm, protocol > Miriam Cahn, Ereignis 20.08.07, Oil on canvas, 268 x 159 cm > Patricia Dauder, Premsa #2, 2008, 80 35mm color slides
> Patricia Dauder, Untitled (Modular), 2008, Pencil on paper 98 x 64 cm, framed > Raimond Chaves, Untitled, 2008, Graphite on paper, 38 x 55 cm. > Isa Melsheimer, Angewittert III, 2008, Travertin, embroidery, fabric, 228 x 168 x 5 cm
> Alexandre Désirée, Green 7, 2007, 150 x 100 cm, Acrylic on canvas > Miriam Cahn, hände hoch!, 15.4.06, oil on canvas, 12 5/8 x 10 5/8 in. ( 32 x 27 cm )> Alexandre Désirée, Trickster, 2008, 240 x 200 cm, Acrylic on canvas > Miriam Cahn,zensur, 30.12.08, Black chalk on paper, 65 x 50 cm > Guillaume Leblon, Found objects (Miami Beach),2008, Mixed media
Isa Melsheimer > Angewittert III > 2008 > travertin, fabric, embroidery
Isa Melsheimer > Angewittert III > 2008 > travertin, fabric, embroidery > detail
Miriam Cahn > ereignis > 2007 > oil on canvas > 105 x 62 cm

Opening: Saturday May 30th, from 2 – 7 p.m. For its summer exhibition, Eté 2009, made in partnership with the Gallery ProjecteSD (Barcelona), Galerie Jocelyn Wolff is presenting a group of works that focus on the idea of the beginnings of the shape, form, image. Whether it is about making the simplistic, “intial” gesture (Guillaume Leblon) or starting with a natural element that creates a landscape drawing itself (Isa Melsheimer), each of the works presented retains its reserved nature from the moment the initial gesture was made. These works are brought together conceptually through their claim for the completion principle, their performative character, and also by their form of immediacy.

Opening: Saturday May 30th, from 2 – 7 p.m.