Seven Automatic Landscapes, Ger van Elk


Seven Automatic Landscapes was Ger van Elk's Exhibition at Luttgenmeijer in Berlin. Constance Lewallen wrote about van Elk for a 1983 exhibition at UC Berkeley
Dutch artist Ger van Elk sees the world in terms of dualities, repeatedly playing illusion and reality, representation and abstraction against one another.
His use of colored oil and water for this project shows that illusion and reality maintains a primary role in his art practice.

glass, coloured oil & water, Plexiglas seven parts, each: 10,5 x 14,8 x 1,7 cm

glass, coloured oil & water, Plexiglasseven parts, each: 10,5 x 14,8 x 1,7 cm

glass, coloured oil & water, Plexiglasseven parts, each: 10,5 x 14,8 x 1,7 cm

installation view


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