Bernard Schultze. Works from the Kemp collection

Sat, 18 Apr 2015 – Sun, 30 Aug 2015

Curator: Kay Heymer

The series of monographic presentations from the Kemp collection will be continued in the coming spring by an exhibition of the painter Bernard Schultze, who in 2015 would have turned 100.

Schultze was among the pioneers of German Art Informel and developed an idiosyncratic pictorial language exhibiting features of drawing, with figurative elements recurring frequently. His art is rich in surreal and literary allusions. The exhibition will place particular emphasis on the artist’s drawings, in which he fully demonstrated his unique mastery. Early on, Schultze’s painting protruded into the three-dimensional sphere, and he developed his idiosyncratic Migofs, organic-appearing composite beings showing both vegetal and organic structures.

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