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Horizons - works from the print studio
Under the title "Horizons", the printmaking studio is showing over 40 works by 10 different artists* at the House of Democracy and Human Rights. Among them are works by the multiple award-winning expressionist graphic artist and draftsman Ralf Hentrich.
An insight into the diversity of this analog wonder world of printmaking created at the beginning of the 15th century is provided by the current compilation. They range from the classic drypoint etching, whose manual power is captivating, to painterly-looking aquatint and light-footed planographic printing - the lithograph - to the cyanotype, through which the bridge is finally also built to analog photography. The exhibitors experiment excessively with color effects as well as with technical crossings and innovations. Thematically, the works deal with a wide variety of approaches. Detailed studies of insects, architectural-looking formal language, irritating proportions, otherworldly-looking compositions, or freely resolved abstraction.
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