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Rosalux Gallery

Reflections on Art and Literature

Curators: Artemis Potamianou and Thalia Vrachopoulos

22 February – 22 March, 2014.

Rosalux Gallery
Wriezenier Straße 12
13359 Berlin-Wedding

Rebecca Agnes
Giorgos Papadatos
Isabel Baraona
Christina Mitrentse
Artemis Potamianou
Richard Humann
Nikos Papadimitriou
Meg Hitchcock
Kostas Bassanos
Renee Magnanti
Maria Ikonomopoulou
Tiny Domingos
Barbara Knight
Cris Giannakos
Imni Lee
Robert C. Morgan

The relationship between visual art and literature—close, reciprocal and multifaceted in terms of aims and objectives—is characterized by a dynamic interaction which had been going on for centuries and constitutes a popular area of art history, with different approaches depending on the researcher’s starting point.

Yet even without aspiring to follow such an approach, one can hardly fail to observe the common path, the parallel interpretation of historical reality and the interaction among so different fields of artistic creation, to the point where they go beyond being mere stimuli and sources of inspiration for each other as their boundaries are abolished in the oeuvre of certain artists.

The different roles but also the influences exchanged between literature and visual art make this a typical example of the evolution of a productive symbiotic relation. Although varying in their nature and expressive media, their creative process heeds comparable principles and fulfills similar needs, providing new paths and opportunities for discourse over and beyond the individual traits of images and language.

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Richard Humann • Finnegans Wake • Paper, Board • 9.5″ x 9.5″ x 7″ • 2012


Richard Humann • Finnegans Wake • Paper, Board • 9.5″ x 9.5″ x 7″ • 2012


Richard Humann • Finnegans Wake • Paper, Board • 9.5″ x 9.5″ x 7″ • 2012


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