ASTRID STYMA

ASTRID STYMA

ASTRID STYMA

ASTRID STYMA

ASTRID STYMA

b. 1988, based in Düsseldorf, DE

b. 1988, based in Düsseldorf, DE

b. 1988, based in Düsseldorf, DE

b. 1988, based in Düsseldorf, DE

b. 1988, based in Düsseldorf, DE

Astrid Styma, 2020, Güte und Grausamkeit, Oil on wood, 62x50 cm

ASTRID STYMA
Güte und Grausamkeit, 2020
Oil on wood, 62 x 50 cm

ASTRID STYMA
Güte und Grausamkeit, 2020
Oil on wood, 62 x 50 cm

ASTRID STYMA
Güte und Grausamkeit, 2020
Oil on wood, 62 x 50 cm

ASTRID STYMA
Güte und Grausamkeit, 2020
Oil on wood, 62 x 50 cm

ASTRID STYMA
Güte und Grausamkeit, 2020
Oil on wood, 62 x 50 cm

Astrid Styma, 2020, Orchestrating Love, Oil on wood, 57x40 cm

ASTRID STYMA
Orchestrating Love, 2020

Oil on wood, 57 x 40 cm

ASTRID STYMA
Orchestrating Love, 2020

Oil on wood, 57 x 40 cm

ASTRID STYMA
Orchestrating Love, 2020
Oil on wood, 57 x 40 cm

ASTRID STYMA
Orchestrating Love, 2020
Oil on wood, 57 x 40 cm

ASTRID STYMA
10.12.2018

Oil on canvas, 252 x 201 cm 

Astrid Styma, 2019, Aura I, Oil on canvas, 85x55 cm
ASTRID STYMA
Aura 1, 2019
Oil on canvas, 85 x 55 cm

ASTRID STYMA
Aura 1, 2019
Oil on canvas, 85 x 55 cm

ASTRID STYMA
Aura 1, 2019
Oil on canvas, 85 x 55cm
ASTRID STYMA
Aura 1, 2019
Oil on canvas, 85 x 55 cm
ASTRID STYMA
Aura 1, 2019
Oil on canvas, 85 x 55 cm
Astrid Styma, 2019, I couldn't stop myself from smashing your face in my dreams, Oil on wood and plaster, foam, hand embroidered velvet, 32x30x32 cm
ASTRID STYMA
I couldn't stop myself from smashing your face in my dreams, 2019
Oil on wood and plaster, foam, hand-embroidered velvet, 32 x 30 x 32cm
 
ASTRID STYMA 
I couldn't stop myself from smashing your face in my dreams, 2019
Oil on wood and plaster, foam, hand-embroidered velvet, 
32 x 30 x 32 cm
 
ASTRID STYMA
I couldn't stop myself from smashing your face in my dreams, 2019
Oil on wood and plaster, foam, hand-embroidered velvet, 
32 x 30x 32 cm
 
ASTRID STYMA
I couldn't stop myself from smashing your face in my dreams, 2019
Oil on wood and plaster, foam, hand-embroidered velvet, 32 x 30 x 32 cm
ASTRID STYMA
I couldn't stop myself from smashing your face in my dreams, 2019
Oil on wood and plaster, foam, hand-embroidered velvet, 32 x 30 x 32 cm
 

ASTRID STYMA

Astrid Styma creates highly realistic still lives, portraits and sculptural interventions that span references between painting techniques of renaissance Neo-Realism, Surrealism and Post-Digital works of the 21st Century. Figures which are often isolated from any detailed references are arranged in front of gently illuminated backgrounds that remind of contemporary and digital surfaces in pastel-shaded tones. Through the repeated depiction of the same motifs, the works read as metaphors for complex interpersonal constellations. And with subtle references to architectural impossibilities, Styma invites us into trustworthy worlds of images that reveal paradoxes and open up possible trapdoors of perception.

ASTRID STYMA

Astrid Styma creates highly realistic still lives, portraits and sculptural interventions that span references between painting techniques of renaissance Neo-Realism, Surrealism and Post-Digital works of the 21st Century. Figures which are often isolated from any detailed references are arranged in front of gently illuminated backgrounds that remind of contemporary and digital surfaces in pastel-shaded tones. Through the repeated depiction of the same motifs, the works read as metaphors for complex interpersonal constellations. And with subtle references to architectural impossibilities, Styma invites us into trustworthy worlds of images that reveal paradoxes and open up possible trapdoors of perception.
ASTRID STYMA

Astrid Styma creates highly realistic still lives, portraits and sculptural interventions that span references between painting techniques of renaissance Neo-Realism, Surrealism and Post-Digital works of the 21st Century. Figures which are often isolated from any detailed references are arranged in front of gently illuminated backgrounds that remind of contemporary and digital surfaces in pastel-shaded tones. Through the repeated depiction of the same motifs, the works read as metaphors for complex interpersonal constellations. And with subtle references to architectural impossibilities, Styma invites us into trustworthy worlds of images that reveal paradoxes and open up possible trapdoors of perception.
ASTRID STYMA

Astrid Styma creates highly realistic still lives, portraits and sculptural interventions that span references between painting techniques of renaissance Neo-Realism, Surrealism and Post-Digital works of the 21st Century. Figures which are often isolated from any detailed references are arranged in front of gently illuminated backgrounds that remind of contemporary and digital surfaces in pastel-shaded tones. Through the repeated depiction of the same motifs, the works read as metaphors for complex interpersonal constellations. And with subtle references to architectural impossibilities, Styma invites us into trustworthy worlds of images that reveal paradoxes and open up possible trapdoors of perception.
ASTRID STYMA

Astrid Styma creates highly realistic still lives, portraits and sculptural interventions that span references between painting techniques of renaissance Neo-Realism, Surrealism and Post-Digital works of the 21st Century. Figures which are often isolated from any detailed references are arranged in front of gently illuminated backgrounds that remind of contemporary and digital surfaces in pastel-shaded tones. Through the repeated depiction of the same motifs, the works read as metaphors for complex interpersonal constellations. And with subtle references to architectural impossibilities, Styma invites us into trustworthy worlds of images that reveal paradoxes and open up possible trapdoors of perception.

Königsallee 27 & 31
40212 Düsseldorf, Germany

Königsallee 27 & 31 

40212 Düsseldorf, Germany

Königsallee 27 & 31 

40212 Düsseldorf, Germany

+49 (0)211 82827171
info(at)setareh-gallery.com

Opening hours
Mon–Fri: 10am–7pm, Sat: 10am - 6pm

Opening hours 

Mon–Fri: 10am–7pm,
Sat: 10am - 6pm