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Stanko color-field exhibition


Stanko  color-field exhibition 2011 Vernissage on friday, 10th of june 2011 – 7.30 p.m. “wahrnehmen — 7 x 7 sein — wahrgeben” Herzliche Einladung zur Ausstellung im Lebensraum Kunst Hohenbrunn vom 10.Juni – 10.Juli 2011 „Den nur das Gegenwärtige ist wahrnehmbar, so wie jedes Wahrnehmen ein wahrgebendes Gegenwärtigen ist.“ Jean Gebser – Ursprung & Gegenwart Herzliche Einladung […]

colorfield painting


Color Field Painting Colourfield Painting is a form of expression of contemporary art, which is characterized by large, homogeneously filled swatches. This technique was developed in the 1950s in America from the Action Painting. Mark Rothko and Barnett Newman (Who’s afraid of red, yellow and blue) are important representatives of this style. The works are […]

Colorfield Painting Stanko – Exhibition 2010

Mit dieser Ausstellung bekommt “kunst-heilen” erneut eine weitere Bedeutung. “Entschleunigung” und Durchatmen in einer Zeit, wo der Körper aufgefordert ist zu Regeneration und Neuaufbau, wo der Geist und die Seele zur Ruhe kommen sollten, wo Zeit nicht den Takt des Seins bestimmt, sondern alle Kräfte darauf ausgerichtet werden, eine Krise innerlich und äußerlich zu bewältigen.


color fiel painting - small versions

Color Field Painting, landart & installations 1993-2005 An overview of the scenic work from 12 years between 1993-2005. Most of them were implemented in oil on wood (MDF or HDF). Few in acrylic on canvas. The beginning in watercolor painting is also represented. The picture gallerys can be viewed by clicking on the pictures. Watch […]

freedom is what I mean


Vernissage: 8th of september 2009 at 7 pm Pictures and Sculpures from 8 artists: I´m showing new paintings to honor the 250 date of death of Friedrich Schiller. Occasion and impetus are the thoughts on the French Revolution, which he has combined together to the letters of the esthetic education. letters of the esthetic education […]

Biennale Venice 2009

Impressions on the Venice Biennale in summer 2009 Most impressive, the pavilions from Hungary and Ägpten. The German Pavilion was more of the Representation of the carpenters’ guild and in front of the American Pavilion was constantly a queue of people – for whatever reason. (nothing against the German carpenters’ guild, but the work was […]

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