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  • Florian Pumhösl

    Galerie Krobath Wimmer

    What does Oskar Schlemmer’s Triadic Ballet, 1916, have to do with the navigation of warships? Florian Pumhösl has explored this unexpected question in a new group of works. Pumhösl, an artist of great precision, is interested in the relationship between bodies and space, and he studies this relationship by way of superflat surfaces that he ultimately brings into relation with a superexact spatial balance: With just four works, Pumhösl succeeds in lending the small exhibition space of this Vienna gallery an air of breadth and elegance.

    Pumhösl’s footnotes to modernism seem austere, almost

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