Description

The flickering lines around the squares, which appear like hovering light frames in their wall boxes, have developed into a polychrome framework, which, transferred to the square of the canvas, proverbially opens doors: the upright format, with dimensions ranging from small formats of 30 x 24 cm to 240 x 180 cm, are his new stage for a firework of high-rectangular frames, of which you cannot tell, whether they are positioned, or floating, in front of or behind the according larger or smaller frame. When Dittmar Krüger, now under his new name as Dittmar Danner aka Krüger, abandons the coloured light body caught in a cube in favour of the planar canvas, there is a reason behind it already explicitly articulated by adopting his new name: 'Back to the Roots' – after 30 years –, namely back to the canvas, which he already worked as a student in the painting class of Johannes Geccelli at the Berlin Hochschule der Künste (today’s Universität der Künste).

Dittmar Danner Aka Krüger

It's not dark yet-M22-2018

  • Medium
    Painting
  • Year
    2018
  • Size

    94.5 × 70.9 in

    240 × 180 cm

  • Material
    acrylic paint on canvas
  • Price
    € 12,500
  • Edition
    This is a unique work

Description

The flickering lines around the squares, which appear like hovering light frames in their wall boxes, have developed into a polychrome framework, which, transferred to the square of the canvas, proverbially opens doors: the upright format, with dimensions ranging from small formats of 30 x 24 cm to 240 x 180 cm, are his new stage for a firework of high-rectangular frames, of which you cannot tell, whether they are positioned, or floating, in front of or behind the according larger or smaller frame. When Dittmar Krüger, now under his new name as Dittmar Danner aka Krüger, abandons the coloured light body caught in a cube in favour of the planar canvas, there is a reason behind it already explicitly articulated by adopting his new name: 'Back to the Roots' – after 30 years –, namely back to the canvas, which he already worked as a student in the painting class of Johannes Geccelli at the Berlin Hochschule der Künste (today’s Universität der Künste).

Dittmar Danner Aka Krüger

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