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  • Hinrich Weidemann

    Galerie Isabella Kacprzak

    Hinrich Weidemann explores the concept of the interior through his collectively installed drawings, rendered in fragile pencil strokes and with brush traces in india ink. One could almost call these works withdrawn and modest if they didn’t insist with all their might that the issue of a picture’s autonomy has not been resolved, that it must be reintroduced in a new way—in the face of the possibly endless repetition of the artwork. Weidemann plays the part of the European, whose efforts at cracking the dead system he assumes without provocation. Yet, amazingly, he offers convincing forms, which

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