Art Miami

29.Nov - 04.Dec 2022

For the first time we will present our artists Casagrande & Recalcati and Leif Trenkler in an impressive show at Art Miami 2022 from December 29 - 04, 2022.

Casagrande & Recalcati

Capriccio IX

Öl auf Leinwand

100 x 100 cm

€ 8.400,00

Casagrande & Recalcati

Capriccio V

Oil on canvas

100 x 100 cm

€ 8.400,00

Leif Trenkler

ABENDSTIMMUNG

Oil on wood

50 x 40 cm

€ 6.300,00

Leif Trenkler

DER BESUCH DER SCHÖNEN DAME

Pigment print on Hahnemühle paper

80 x 60 cm

€ 790,00

Leif Trenkler

HEAT (SILENCE)

Fine art print on Hahnemühle paper, edition of 49, hand signed

80 x 60 cm

€ 790,00

Leif Trenkler

SUNSET BEACH (FLORIDA)

Oil on wood

50 x 40 cm

€ 6.300,00

Casagrande & Recalcati

The artist duo CASAGRANDE & RECALCATI, who live and work in Milan, feel a connection to the tradition of still life. The flower paintings, titled Hypervanitas, take up the idea of baroque vanitas images, and their close connection with the ephemeral. The flower paintings, titled Hypervanitas, refer to the idea of baroque vanitas paintings, and their close connection with the ephemeral. The paintings are reflections of the inevitable passing of time and illustrate various stages of beauty in continuous metamorphosis. The artist duo, who has already worked for Dolce & Gabbana, skillfully celebrates beauty, materiality, and transience in their paintings. Their latest oil paintings on canvas depict lush, floral compositions that, on closer inspection, already seem to be slowly wilting. The paintings by the artist duo transport us to an imaginary Garden of Eden, which is subject to slow degradation. Here nature portrays itself as a morbid beauty. Everything is fleeting but preserved thanks to the meticulous art of painting.


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Leif Trenkler

Leif Trenker, a graduate of the Städelschule in Frankfurt, is considered an important initiator of the New Figuration movement in Germany. In his works, which oscillate between realism and surrealism, the artist, who lives and works in Cologne, examines the effect of light and shadow on architecture, landscapes, and figures. There is deliberately no clear differentiation between fiction and reality, which becomes evident in the expressive and intentionally overdriven use of color in his pictorial worlds. Thus, through a poetic sense of reverie, he disrupts the ordinary, architectural, or natural space and draws in an exciting, fantastical dimension, where the mere visual quality fascinates and at the same time represents his unique style. His paintings on birch wood are instantaneous moments, where figures are mostly depicted in the foreground. Thematically, his work focuses on childhood memories, street and nature views, and scenes of everyday life and parties.


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