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August 2004

  • TV-TAU 1/2004
  • Linocut
  • Edition of: 25
  • Size of image: 60,30 cm x 90,30 cm
  • Size: 68,00 cm x 96,00 cm
  • Production: Martin Sedlak, Bratislava
  • CHF 280.00
  • available
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  • TV-TAU 8/2004
  • Linocut
  • Edition of: 25
  • Size of image: 60,30 cm x 90,30 cm
  • Size: 68,00 cm x 96,00 cm
  • Production: Martin Sedlak, Bratislava
  • CHF 280.00
  • available
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The graphic cycle "TV - TAU" contains abstract structures of the TV image noise. Starting point are photographs of the picture noise of various TV sets. These photographs are transferred to the linoleum plate and realized in the classical manner as linocuts. In this way, the artist tries to explore the limits of the usefulness of "non-images" by means of graphic conversion.

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  • Cézanne à Winterthur 1/2004
  • Vernis mou
  • Edition of: 35
  • Size of image: 21,00 cm x 28,50 cm
  • Size: 45,00 cm x 56,00 cm
  • Production: Arno Hassler, Moutier
  • CHF 240.00
  • available
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  • Cézanne à Winterthur 2/2004
  • Vernis mou
  • Edition of: 35
  • Size of image: 17,50 cm x 20,80 cm
  • Size: 45,00 cm x 56,00 cm
  • Production: Arno Hassler, Moutier
  • CHF 240.00
  • available
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  • Cézanne à Winterthur 3/2004
  • Vernis mou
  • Edition of: 35
  • Size of image: 21,00 cm x 28,30 cm
  • Size: 45,00 cm x 56,00 cm
  • Production: Arno Hassler, Moutier
  • CHF 240.00
  • available
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  • Cézanne à Winterthur 4/2004
  • Vernis mou
  • Edition of: 35
  • Size of image: 21,00 cm x 29,00 cm
  • Size: 45,00 cm x 56,00 cm
  • Production: Arno Hassler, Moutier
  • CHF 240.00
  • available
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Series

  • Alle 4 Blätter 2004
  • Edition of: 35
  • Production: Arno Hassler, Moutier
  • CHF 800.00
  • available
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"I started Cézanne à Winterthur as research on still lifes, but over time it has developed into an independent work. The fruit still life suits me very well because of its ordinariness. It is not the importance of the subject that is decisive, but the way it is depicted. What interests me about drawing is tactility: painted fruits that look as if we could grab them, the frames whose play of light and shadow shapes the space of the picture, but also the direct contact of the pencil with the picture ground. Copying and tracing corresponds to my idea of how ideas arise, namely through the probably rather coincidental layering of different meanings, which sometimes clarify into one thought. For the etchings I decided to approach the subject from a different angle by limiting myself to one picture per sheet. I then played with positive and negative forms, creating two plates each, which come together to form a picture."

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  • Luftblicke I/2004
  • Lithography
  • Edition of: 50
  • Size of image: 63,00 cm x 85,20 cm
  • Size: 63,00 cm x 85,20 cm
  • Production: Felix Bauer, Cologne
  • CHF 380.00
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  • Luftblicke II/2004
  • Lithography
  • Edition of: 50
  • Size of image: 63,00 cm x 85,20 cm
  • Size: 63,00 cm x 85,20 cm
  • Production: Felix Bauer, Cologne
  • CHF 380.00
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Series

  • Beide Blätter 2004
  • Edition of: 50
  • Production: Felix Bauer, Cologne
  • CHF 700.00
  • Sold
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In the early eighties, Nanne Meyer decided exclusively for the medium of drawing. Her work is based on a consistently intellectual and pictorial imagination, a wealth of associations and constant inventions, which are developed from image, word and line in the drawing process. Nanne Meyer: "The present lithographs are an attempt to bring the movement of the gaze, the process of seeing from the airplane down to the cities, onto paper. When drawing in an airplane, records and visual experience are shifted by the speed of flight. This temporal difference is thematized in the lithographs by the overlapping lines. During a landing flight, the axes of vision change and overlap with the cities spreading out like infinite patterns. In between, like pleasant pauses, lie the clouds and obstruct the view of the world."

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  • Travis' farm - 2004
  • Lithography
  • Edition of: 35
  • Size of image: 30,70 cm x 43,00 cm
  • Size: 30,70 cm x 43,00 cm
  • Production: Thomi Wolfensberger, Zurich
  • CHF 240.00
  • available
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  • The blue flag - 2004
  • Lithography
  • Edition of: 35
  • Size of image: 30,70 cm x 43,00 cm
  • Size: 30,70 cm x 43,00 cm
  • Production: Thomi Wolfensberger, Zurich
  • CHF 240.00
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  • Premonition - 2004
  • Lithography
  • Edition of: 35
  • Size of image: 30,70 cm x 43,00 cm
  • Size: 30,70 cm x 43,00 cm
  • Production: Thomi Wolfensberger, Zurich
  • CHF 240.00
  • available
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  • Autobiographischer Faden - 2004
  • Lithography
  • Edition of: 35
  • Size of image: 30,70 cm x 43,00 cm
  • Size: 30,70 cm x 43,00 cm
  • Production: Thomi Wolfensberger, Zurich
  • CHF 240.00
  • available
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  • The vanishing act - 2004
  • Lithography
  • Edition of: 35
  • Size of image: 30,70 cm x 43,00 cm
  • Size: 30,70 cm x 43,00 cm
  • Production: Thomi Wolfensberger, Zurich
  • CHF 240.00
  • available
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  • Ghostship at forrest bess cove - 2004
  • Lithography
  • Edition of: 35
  • Size of image: 30,70 cm x 43,00 cm
  • Size: 30,70 cm x 43,00 cm
  • Production: Thomi Wolfensberger, Zurich
  • CHF 240.00
  • available
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Series

  • Mappe mit 6 Blättern 2004
  • Edition of: 35
  • Production: Thomi Wolfensberger, Zurich
  • CHF 1200.00
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"In my work, I'm interested in things that don't catch the eye, mystery men. I work over long distances with few, always slightly changing motifs. Although each sheet of the present series is based on such an 'elementary picture', the result is different, sometimes unexpected, but independent individual works. The observation of emergence and disappearance, the enigmatic interweaving of ideas and materials, the fleeting nature of these processes characterizes my working method."

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  • Squeeze 1/ 2004
  • Lithography
  • Edition of: 40
  • Size of image: 26,50 cm x 20,00 cm
  • Size: 52,00 cm x 37,00 cm
  • Production: Urban Stoob, St. Gallen
  • CHF 180.00
  • available
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  • Squeeze 2/ 2004
  • Lithography
  • Edition of: 40
  • Size of image: 25,50 cm x 25,00 cm
  • Size: 52,00 cm x 37,00 cm
  • Production: Urban Stoob, St. Gallen
  • CHF 180.00
  • available
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  • Squeeze 3/ 2004
  • Lithography
  • Edition of: 40
  • Size of image: 27,00 cm x 17,50 cm
  • Size: 53,00 cm x 37,00 cm
  • Production: Urban Stoob, St. Gallen
  • CHF 180.00
  • available
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  • Squeeze 4/ 2004
  • Lithography
  • Edition of: 40
  • Size of image: 27,00 cm x 13,00 cm
  • Size: 52,00 cm x 37,00 cm
  • Production: Urban Stoob, St. Gallen
  • CHF 180.00
  • available
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Series

  • Mappe mit 4 Blättern 2004
  • Edition of: 40
  • Production: Urban Stoob, St. Gallen
  • CHF 640.00
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The medium of drawing forms an important part of Alex Hannman's work. He defines drawing in a wider context, as he not only draws by himself and freehand, but also copies, photocopies, scans and edits or creates drawings on the computer. The artist on our graphic series: "Our everyday life is determined by functionality and efficiency. Everything has become predictable and calculable. But what happens when we are not there? What happens when we turn our back on things? What happens when the seemingly perfectly functionalized world of things becomes independent, when familiar objects take on a physical life of their own?

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  • Ohne Titel 1/2004
  • Lithography
  • Edition of: 60
  • Size of image: 16,00 cm x 18,50 cm
  • Size: 32,50 cm x 27,50 cm
  • Production: Felix Bauer, Cologne
  • CHF 180.00
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  • Ohne Titel 2/2004
  • Lithography
  • Edition of: 60
  • Size of image: 16,00 cm x 18,50 cm
  • Size: 32,50 cm x 27,50 cm
  • Production: Felix Bauer, Cologne
  • CHF 180.00
  • Sold
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  • Ohne Titel 3/2004
  • Lithography
  • Edition of: 60
  • Size of image: 16,00 cm x 18,50 cm
  • Size: 32,50 cm x 27,50 cm
  • Production: Felix Bauer, Cologne
  • CHF 180.00
  • Sold
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Series

  • Alle 3 Blätter 2004
  • Edition of: 60
  • Production: Felix Bauer, Cologne
  • CHF 480.00
  • Sold
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Max Cole's youth is shaped by the landscape of the American Southwest: wide fields, endless views into the distance of a horizon that never changes. These impressions seem to condense superficially in their paintings. However, the reference to the landscape may only be understood as a distant or subconscious association. "The central concern of my work focuses intensively on the line and the investigation of impulses through repetitive strokes by hand. This way of representation results in an accumulation of energies, which carries the content of my works."

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  • Lithographie 1/2004
  • Lithography
  • Edition of: 40
  • Size of image: 56,00 cm x 40,50 cm
  • Size: 68,00 cm x 50,00 cm
  • Production: Urban Stoob, St. Gallen
  • CHF 400.00
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  • Lithographie 2/2004
  • Lithography
  • Edition of: 40
  • Size of image: 56,00 cm x 40,50 cm
  • Size: 68,00 cm x 50,00 cm
  • Production: Urban Stoob, St. Gallen
  • CHF 400.00
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  • Lithographie 3/2004
  • Lithography
  • Edition of: 40
  • Size of image: 56,00 cm x 40,50 cm
  • Size: 68,00 cm x 50,00 cm
  • Production: Urban Stoob, St. Gallen
  • CHF 400.00
  • Sold
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  • Lithographie 2004, alle 3 Blätter
  • Edition of: 40
  • Production: Urban Stoob, St. Gallen
  • CHF 1200.00
  • Sold
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"In my painting, I am concerned with the question of whether it is possible to make the effect of colour, light and movement so present that the content of the picture does not tell just any story, but rather that the effectiveness and energy, the potential of the colours is in the foreground. My theme is colour as materialised light, movement of colour and light and how this interplay can be represented. Even though both my painting and these lithographs are about colour, colour behaves differently in lithography than on canvas. There are always thin, glazed layers of paint that can only be brought to a condensation in a multitude of overlays. In this possibility of condensation I also see the common ground to my painting, in which I am interested in examining the manifold aspects of colour.

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