Hinrich Weidemann

Galerie Isabella Kacprzak

In this exhibition of drawings and india ink paintings, Hinrich Weidemann gains a formal and reflexive subtlety by joining the serial and the repetitive, the stringently formal installation of uniform elements in space and the immanence and autonomy of each individual work. Covering three freestanding inner walls with four rows of ten drawings each, the 119 drawings in large white frames, hung at close intervals, constitute a potentially endless grid, which, as a formal pattern, subdivides the wall into identical units and produces a minimalistic order. By leaving one place empty, the artist further emphasizes the work’s formal organization, and heightens the viewer’s awareness of its intrinsic value. At the same time, however, the individual drawings make up a dense network of correlations, an interplay of similarities and differences, connections and dislocations. These drawings reveal

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