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	mso-fareast-language:EN-US;}   , The Golden Hippiecandlebottle, 2013-2014 / Photo (c)  TS art projects / Sebastian Rosenberg
 Exhibition view  Works by Yehudit Sasportas, Olivia Berckemeyer, Clement Page
 Exhibition view   Works by Olivia Berckemeyer and Clement Page
    
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	mso-hansi-theme-font:minor-latin;}   Clement Page, Crypt, Watercolour on paper, 147 x 97 cm, 2007     
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	mso-hansi-theme-font:minor-latin;}    Clement Page  explores the border between of subject and object, dreams and reality. His work refers back to the negative and positive imagery of photography or film, where the negative invokes an optical unconscious. Dark tones represent the light, and the white paper becomes the darkness of the night. Viewers mentally convert the image into a positive one and find themselves in bizarre, threatening, nocturnal scenes once again.
 Works by Sabine Banovic, Yehudit Sasportas and Olivia Berckemeyer /Photo (c)  TS art projects / Sebastian Rosenberg   Yehudit Sasportas  builds abstract landscapes that alternate between light and dark, idyllic scenes and the Apocalypse in her large-format ink drawings. Her motifs such as the moor, the undergrowth or the forests remain opaque and always seem to keep their true secret hidden. They may also be understood as a metaphor for the consciousness and the unconscious in the human psyche.
 Exhibition view, work by Yehudit Sasportas / Photo (c) TS art projects / Sebastian Rosenberg
 Works by Sabine Banovic, Olivia Berckemeyer, Yehudit Sasportas / Photo (c)  TS art projects / Sebastian Rosenberg
 Exhibition view  Works by Nicolai Huch, Olivia Berckemeyer and Sabine Banovic
 Work by Nicolai Huch / Photo (c) TS art projects / Sebastian Rosenberg   Nicolai Huch  creates a surreal fairy tale world in his complex drawings. The nocturnal landscapes radiate a strange peace. They are inhabited by dream-like mythical creatures resembling animals, clowns or princesses. The masked ghostly figures populate the stage-like scenes like extras in a play who only rarely interact with one another.
 Exhibition view  Works by Olivia Berckemeyer and Sabine Banovic
   
  
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	mso-hansi-theme-font:minor-latin;}     Sabine Banovic, Night, Pigmentmarker and ink on canvas, 170 x 200 cm, 2011  © Sabine Banovic     
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	mso-hansi-theme-font:minor-latin;}       Sabine Banovic  creates with her often monumental yet very delicate ink and marker drawings interlocking landscapes. Mountains, paths or valleys appear to be visible in lines, hatches or cloud-like forms. Surfaces oscillate between flatness and space back and forth and lead both everywhere and nowhere. They evoke landscape classifications yet dissolve them at the same time.
 Olivia Berckemeyer, Love is in the air (bridal bouquet), Bronze casting, unique, 60 x 56 x 36 cm, 2011 /  Photo (c) TS art projects / Sebastian Rosenberg   Olivia Berckemeyer  fabricates with her bronze sculptures of ships, aircraft or riders references to reality and her history. Melting, dripping structures tell us about the origin and the loss of a shape, of growth and decay, of the creation and destruction of power, political systems or ideologies. Though contrary, over time they may dissolve and merge into one another.
 Works by Nicolai Huch / Photo (c)  TS art projects /   Sebastian   Rosenberg
 Nicolai Huch, Wo soll man suchen, Pigment Liner, charcoal, foil on paper, 32,5 x 26,5 cm, 2013
  Nicolai Huch, Aus dem Weg, Pigment Liner, charcoal, foil on paper, 32,5 x 26,5 cm, 2012
 Opening - Photo (c) Robert Banovic
 Opening - Photo (c) Robert Banovic
 Opening - Photo (c) Robert Banovic
 Opening - Photo (c) Robert Banovic
 Opening - Photo (c) Robert Banovic
 Opening - Photo (c) Robert Banovic
 Opening - Photo (c) Robert Banovic
 Opening - Photo (c) Robert Banovic
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 Opening - Photo (c) Robert Banovic
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 Opening - Photo (c) Robert Banovic
 Opening - Photo (c) Robert Banovic
 Opening: Sabine Banovic, Nicolai Huch, Tina Sauerländer
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