The Walter Storms Galerie presents more than 100 artworks by 50 artists focusing on the colors blue, white and red. Separated by color in the three gallery halls. The works are united by the reduction to the color trio.
The exhibition “The color: Blue. The color: White. The color: Red.” is the title of the film trilogy by the Polish director Krzysztof Kieślowski from 1993/94. The film idea referred to the three colors of the French national flag blue, white, red, which represent symbolically freedom, equality, fraternity – the main motif of the French Revolution. A symbiosis of established as well as a selection of reputable new artists, selected by Caro Jost in collaboration with Gregor Hildebrandt. In recent years, the German artist Gregor Hildebrandt has made a name for himself as a curator. Most recently, he curated the exhibition “Blanc de Blancs” at Villa Schöningen in Potsdam, based on an exhibition he previously curated in Copenhagen.
The exhibition presents the artists: Johannes Albers, Olivia Berckemeyer, John Bock, Dadamaino, Edith Dekyndt, Ulrich Erben, Shannon Finley, Andi Fischer, Tim Freiwald, Sabrina Fritsch, Rupprecht Geiger, Raimund Girke, Gotthard Graubner, Nathan Randall Green, Terry Haggerty, Theresa Hecker, Albert Hien, Gregor Hildebrandt, Benita von Hornstein, Caro Jost, KAYA (Kerstin Brätsch & Debo Eilers), Shila Khatami, Imi Knoebel, Peter Kogler, Stanislav Kolíbal, Thomas Kratz, Jürgen Krause, Peter Krauskopf, Alicja Kwade, Julia Mangold, Agnes Martin, Gerold Miller, Maurizio Nannucci, Anselm Reyle, Michael Riedel, Gerd Rohling, Cordy Ryman, Robert Ryman, Laura Sachs, Michael Sailstorfer, Karin Sander, Jan Scharrelmann, Thomas Scheibitz, Jan Schmidt, Erik Schmidt, Sean Scully, Turi Simeti, Chris Succo, Milen Till, Günther Uecker, Thomas Zipp, Thomas Zitzwitz.
Courtesy of Walter Storms Galerie, Munich