Art Miami

05.Dec - 10.Dec 2023

From 05 - 10 December 2023, we will present our artists Casagrande & Recalcati, Aatifi and Laura Aberham at Art Miami 2023.

Casagrande & Recalcati

Ipervanitas 1734 (Capriccio XVIII)

oil on canvas

100 x 100 cm

€ 8.400,00

Casagrande & Recalcati

Ipervanitas 1733 (Capriccio XVII)

oil on canvas

150 x 100 cm

€ 11.000,00

Casagrande & Recalcati

Edition "Ipervanitas"

Edition of 30, numbered and hand-signed

80 x 60 cm

€ 1.500,00

Casagrande & Recalcati

Ipervanitas 1731 (Capriccio XV)

oil on canvas

150 x 100 cm

€ 11.000,00

Casagrande & Recalcati

Ipervanitas 1644 (Capriccio XIV)

oil on canvas

150 x 100 cm

€ 11.000,00

Casagrande & Recalcati

Ipervanitas 1732 (Capriccio XVI

oil on canvas

100 x 100 cm

€ 8.400,00

Aatifi

Verve 6

indian ink on paper 300g, including frame

65 x 55 cm

Laura Aberham

OHNE TITEL

160 x 130 cm

€ 8.700,00

Laura Aberham

Ohne Titel

acrylic on canvas

40 x 50 cm

€ 3.200,00

Laura Aberham

Ohne Titel

acrylic on canvas

40 x 50 cm

€ 2.500,00

Aatifi

Verve 17

indian ink on paper 640g, including frame

90 x 75 cm

Laura Aberham

Ohne Titel

acrylic on canvas

150 x 200 cm

€ 8.500,00

Aatifi

Verve 20

indian ink on paper 300g, including frame

56 x 55 cm

Laura Aberham

Ohne Titel

acrylic on canvas

40 x 50 cm

€ 3.200,00

Aatifi

Verve 18

indian ink on paper 356g, including frame

100 x 90 cm

Laura Aberham

Lines

acrylic on canvas

40 x 50 cm

€ 2.500,00

Laura Aberham

SCHLAUCHBOOT

200 x 170 cm

€ 11.000,00

Laura Aberham

STORMY

100 x 80 cm

€ 5.400,00

Laura Aberham

DITTO

100 x 80 cm

€ 5.400,00

Laura Aberham

Deeper

100 x 80 cm

€ 5.400,00

Laura Aberham

Claudia

Acrylic on cotton

160 x 130 cm

€ 7.600,00

Aatifi

Verve 14

indian ink on paper 356g, including frame

80 x 65 cm

Aatifi

Verve 13

indian ink on paper 300g, including frame

65 x 55 cm

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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Laura Aberham

The paintings created by the artist Laura Aberham, who lives and works in Düsseldorf, are defined by their color intensity and incredible dynamic. Her use of color and form is confident and extremely powerful, and her mostly large-scale, abstract works appear gestural and at the same time precisely composed. Laura Aberham's paintings are a tribute to color. With gestural, voluminous brushstrokes, she skillfully brings unusual color constellations onto the canvas in many layers; here, color itself becomes the concept. The artist, who graduated from the Kunstakademie in Düsseldorf as a master’s student under the direction of Ellen Gallagher, found her very own artistic style through her very physical approach to color. At the beginning of her studies, she attended sculpture classes, where she internalized her experiences with volume and dynamics. She continued to apply her experiences with structure, form, and space into her paintings. Due to their spatiality and physical dynamics, Laura Aberham's works appear to continue beyond the edge of the canvas into the space of the viewer.


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Aatifi

The Kandahar-born artist Aatifi, who trained as a calligrapher as a child and later received a degree in painting from Kabul University, combines in his "scriptural art" the traditional, oriental art of writing with elements of modern, European art in an innovative and masterly way. At the core of his paintings lies the light-hearted dance of the letters, which takes the viewer on a journey into previously unknown realms of art. Even without deciphering distinct letters, the observer is welcomed to experience the beauty of the colors, which model the tension of the forms and their spatial effect, as well as their intense, aesthetic radiance. The characters, consisting of broad brushstrokes, form voluminous figures on the light background, individual splashes of paint expose traces of the painting process and offer a certain spontaneity to the works created under the highest concentration.


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