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April 2004

  • Hochsitz 2004
  • Lithography
  • Edition of: 55
  • Size of image: 83,20 cm x 59,40 cm
  • Size: 83,20 cm x 59,40 cm
  • Production: Thomi Wolfensberger, Zurich
  • CHF 400.00
  • available
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  • Intérieur (IKEA) 2004
  • Serigraph
  • Edition of: 70
  • Size of image: 47,00 cm x 58,90 cm
  • Size: 56,00 cm x 76,00 cm
  • Production: Lorenz Boegli, Müntschemier
  • CHF 360.00
  • available
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  • Satelliten 2004
  • Serigraph
  • Edition of: 50
  • Size of image: 47,00 cm x 65,70 cm
  • Size: 56,00 cm x 76,00 cm
  • Production: Lorenz Boegli, Müntschemier
  • CHF 300.00
  • available
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The artist is interested in the images that stick in the collective pictorial memory. His pictures deal with stagings, both real and mental. At first glance, the pictures seem familiar, but they also trigger a feeling of unease. The scene to the picture takes place in the viewer's mind, the picture remains strangely empty - something is missing.

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  • Simultan, 2004
  • Hyalography
  • Edition of: 30
  • Size of image: 45,00 cm x 36,50 cm
  • Size: 70,00 cm x 55,00 cm
  • Production: Gabriela Seiler, Zurich
  • CHF 360.00
  • available
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Since the early seventies, Suter has become known with drawings, paintings, objects and above all with works on glass, which are based on intensive studies of nature and on observations of momentary phenomena and which investigate the structures that appear in them. Reflections in water and reflections in glass fascinate the artist and give him impulses for his pictorial world. Hugo Suter created two hyalographs (glass etchings) for us.

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  • < Tigel > 1/2004
  • Lithography
  • Edition of: 50
  • Size of image: 40,50 cm x 27,50 cm
  • Size: 40,50 cm x 27,50 cm
  • Production: Thomi Wolfensberger, Zurich
  • CHF 400.00
  • available
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  • < Tigel > 2/2004
  • Lithography
  • Edition of: 50
  • Size of image: 40,50 cm x 27,50 cm
  • Size: 40,50 cm x 27,50 cm
  • Production: Thomi Wolfensberger, Zurich
  • CHF 400.00
  • available
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  • < Tigel > 3/2004
  • Lithography
  • Edition of: 50
  • Size of image: 40,50 cm x 27,50 cm
  • Size: 40,50 cm x 27,50 cm
  • Production: Thomi Wolfensberger, Zurich
  • CHF 400.00
  • available
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Series

  • Alle 3 Blätter 2004
  • Edition of: 50
  • Production: Thomi Wolfensberger, Zurich
  • CHF 1100.00
  • available
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  • Last series available

Christnie Streuli writes about her work: "My interest was above all in getting to know and acquiring a new technique that was still unknown to me: lithography. I was soon able to discover that she was the ideal working method for my painting. The sprayed, screened, painted and drawn forms on the one hand show direct interventions on the empty surfaces, but on the other hand, printed stone over stone and colour over colour, they give a very special appearance of artificiality. Such contrasts interest me. The tiger's heads inserted into the composition (sewn-on pictures from Chinatown) - juxtaposed to my free painting - additionally support this to and fro between immediacy and planned construction, between movement and rigidity, representational and non-representational."

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  • Ohne Titel 2004/1
  • Photopolymer printing
  • Edition of: 60
  • Size of image: 35,00 cm x 44,00 cm
  • Size: 53,00 cm x 61,00 cm
  • Production: Beat & Susan Etter, Zurich
  • CHF 360.00
  • Sold
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  • Ohne Titel 2004/2
  • Photopolymer printing
  • Edition of: 60
  • Size of image: 35,00 cm x 44,00 cm
  • Size: 53,00 cm x 61,00 cm
  • Production: Beat & Susan Etter, Zurich
  • CHF 360.00
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These two inkjet prints are based on video stills. In contrast to the last work (April 2003) they are digitally processed. The print on photographic paper was scanned by Beat Etter in Zurich and then printed on Hahnemühle handmade paper.

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  • Ohne Titel 2004/1
  • Photopolymer printing
  • Edition of: 35
  • Size of image: 21,90 cm x 27,80 cm
  • Size: 41,00 cm x 44,00 cm
  • Production: Nils Borch Jensen, Copenhagen
  • CHF 240.00
  • available
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  • Ohne Titel 2004/2
  • Photopolymer printing
  • Edition of: 35
  • Size of image: 19,80 cm x 24,00 cm
  • Size: 41,00 cm x 44,00 cm
  • Production: Nils Borch Jensen, Copenhagen
  • CHF 240.00
  • available
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  • Ohne Titel 2004/3
  • Photopolymer printing
  • Edition of: 35
  • Size of image: 20,30 cm x 27,80 cm
  • Size: 41,00 cm x 44,00 cm
  • Production: Nils Borch Jensen, Copenhagen
  • CHF 240.00
  • available
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Series

  • Alle 3 Blätter 2004
  • Edition of: 35
  • Production: Nils Borch Jensen, Copenhagen
  • CHF 600.00
  • available
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A central aspect of Christoph Schreiber's work is the human interaction with his environment. As in the three photographic engravings at hand, the artist often uses architectural interventions in landscape and nature as the source material for his digitally processed photographic images.

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  • Ohne Titel 2004
  • Lithography
  • Edition of: 70
  • Size of image: 70,00 cm x 100,00 cm
  • Size: 70,00 cm x 100,00 cm
  • Production: Thomi Wolfensberger, Zurich
  • CHF 500.00
  • available
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A drawing on foil served as the starting point for the present work. The artist scanned it, edited it in Photoshop and used it as a template for the production of the printing plates. After printing the basic drawing, Lämmli worked on additional lithographic stones and added further pictorial elements to the print, e.g. the blue and orange parts.

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  • Lithographie 2004/1
  • Lithography
  • Edition of: 50
  • Size of image: 24,00 cm x 46,50 cm
  • Size: 49,00 cm x 63,00 cm
  • Production: Tom Blaess, Bern
  • CHF 280.00
  • available
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  • Lithographie 2004/2
  • Lithography
  • Edition of: 50
  • Size of image: 28,00 cm x 44,00 cm
  • Size: 49,00 cm x 66,50 cm
  • Production: Tom Blaess, Bern
  • CHF 280.00
  • available
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  • Lithographie 2004/3
  • Lithography
  • Edition of: 50
  • Size of image: 19,00 cm x 27,50 cm
  • Size: 49,00 cm x 55,50 cm
  • Production: Tom Blaess, Bern
  • CHF 280.00
  • available
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"Pictures whet your appetite and open windows." Freelance artist since 1986. His work is characterized by experimental procedures, by chance and revocation. He moves in the fields of painting and drawing, but also sculpture, photography and animation. Filip Haag has recently shown his work in New York, Zurich, Bern, Thun, Sydney, Genoa, Barcelona, Stockholm and Seoul. In the three lithographs, ink paintings were printed on glass via a transfer process in Tom Blaess' studio in Bern. They are characterized by extremely spatial, highly detailed, nuanced and yet not really tangible forms. The focus is always on perception, one's own and that of the attentive observer: "To whom the gaze is caught, the picture is made."

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  • Traffic Light 2004/1
  • Inkjet printing
  • Edition of: 25
  • Size of image: 42,50 cm x 59,80 cm
  • Size: 61,00 cm x 80,00 cm
  • Production: Beat & Susan Etter, Zurich
  • CHF 320.00
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  • Traffic Light 2004/2
  • Inkjet printing
  • Edition of: 25
  • Size of image: 42,50 cm x 59,80 cm
  • Size: 61,00 cm x 80,00 cm
  • Production: Beat & Susan Etter, Zurich
  • CHF 320.00
  • Sold
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  • Traffic Light 2004/3
  • Inkjet printing
  • Edition of: 25
  • Size of image: 42,50 cm x 59,80 cm
  • Size: 61,00 cm x 80,00 cm
  • Production: Beat & Susan Etter, Zurich
  • CHF 320.00
  • Sold
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Kurt Caviezel uses the Internet as a camera. He downloads pictures from webcams to his computer. Webcams are low-resolution cameras scattered all over the globe, whose live images can be accessed via the Internet and depict the current events at the respective location. The works realized here from the series "Traffic Light" originate from traffic cams that monitor and document the flow of traffic. Depending on the series, the images are printed out using various inkjet printers and either printed as photos or transferred to hand-made paper. Depending on the point of view, they oscillate between painting and photography, smooth surface and permeable dot structure. The latest digital technology intertwines here with earlier methods of painting, especially pointillism.

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  • Gespiegelte Stille 2004
  • Inkjet printing
  • Edition of: 35
  • Size of image: 22,20 cm x 80,00 cm
  • Size: 51,80 cm x 91,40 cm
  • Production: Beat & Susan Etter, Zurich
  • CHF 360.00
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In the present inkjet print, a "music still life" is staged on five successive pictures. This creates a frieze of images in which colour valences and object constructions make each other "sound": Objects from the sonorous world - such as loudspeaker membranes and siren antennas - appear on coloured surfaces. The printed graphic sheet is the visual translation and condensation of sound and silence. The individual images stand for a fermata in the imaginary score and refer to the silence in the sound, to the emptiness in the fullness. The sheet becomes an echo chamber for the associations of the viewer.

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