INVENTUR

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Open: Tue-Fri 10am-6pm, Sat 11am-4pm

Schellingstraße 48, 80799 Schwabing, Munich, Germany
Open: Tue-Fri 10am-6pm, Sat 11am-4pm


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INVENTUR

to Fri 23 Dec 2022

Schellingstraße 48, 80799 Schwabing INVENTUR

Tue-Fri 10am-6pm, Sat 11am-4pm


Changing work presentations by Gary Petersen, Beverly Fishman, Shannon Finley, Nathan Randall Green, Laura Killer.

Beginning November 8, 2022, we will show new discoveries, rarely shown pieces from our collection, and recent acquisitions.


For the first time in Germany, we are showing paintings and drawings by New Yorker Gary Petersen to start our changing presentations under the title INVENTUR.

With his colorful abstract works, the renowned artist creates orderly chaos through the use of irregular geometric shapes and curved lines in vibrant compositions. Some of the shapes and arrangements in Petersen’s paintings find their origins in his drawings.

Gary Petersen, born 1956 in Staten Island, NY, graduated from Pennsylvania State University and the School of Visual Arts. He lives and works in New York. His artworks are in several private and public collections, including the Dallas Museum of Art (Texas) and the Jewish Museum (New York). In New York, he is represented by McKenzie Fine Art.




INVENTUR | Laura Killer


The second presentation as part of the exhibition series Inventur shows for the first time works by Laura Killer from the series “Wanting to Talk About Light”.


The pictorial reliefs, composed of matches, wax and wood, portray two states: the tension before the fire and the gentle weariness afterwards. In the object of the match lies a summons, which is reinforced by the serial arrangement of the woods. The burnt match always bends and lays differently, it seems relieved and fragile.


Laura Killer graduated in literature at the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität in Munich and is currently studying at the Academy of Fine Arts Munich in the class of Gregor Hildebrand.


Gary Petersen, „Both of Us“, 2022, oil and acrylic on canvas, 137 x 228 cm


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