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Picture.: (Detail): Ottmar Hörl, Lucca Madonna (after Jan van Eyck), 2010, Fine Art Print/LW, 65,5 x 47 cm


Exhibition "Ottmar Hörl", Centrum voor Jonge Kunst, Gent

Is it possible to visualise the way we look at something? Are we in a position to really understand art that was created in the past? Is there a difference between looking at art through another medium?

These are the pivotal questions regarding art appreciation which Ottmar Hörl focuses on in his "Picture Interferences" (since 2009), on view now alongside other pieces in his current exhibition in Ghent entitled "Ottmar Hörl". The exhibition will be opened this coming Saturday in the artist's presence. It will be on show at the Centrum voor Jonge Kunst between 19 January and 22 March 2020.

Art is a cultural asset in motion. It is devoid of static concepts. This is why art is always only a temporal suggestion which changes over the centuries (Ottmar Hörl). Just as Hörl deals with this transformation in his "Picture Interferences", he concentrates on the concept of nature in the 21st century, emphasising the intricacy of global networks in the digital age, in his "Natural Wonders" series.

A number of other typical paintings and sculptures offer an insight into the artist's multifaceted oeuvre, including such legendary multiples as the "Sponti" gnome.

The exhibition runs from 19 January to 22 March 2020, opening every Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. 


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