• Irene Grundel

    Elisabeth Kaufmann

    Since 1990 Irene Grundel has limited her drawings and paintings to three themes: the stone, the horn, and the bird. Some of her recent works include plaster sculptures that incorporate found objects, but still each theme is treated almost monochromatically: the bird appears in a quasi-romantic blue environment, the horn is usually red, and the stones are placed on an earth-toned ground. For this show, Grundel differentiated each theme in a particular space, thereby creating three different experiential zones. At first, the viewer entered a brown zone, indicating an original, unmitigated sense

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