JANES HAID-SCHMALLENBERG

JANES HAID-SCHMALLENBERG

JANES HAID-SCHMALLENBERG

JANES HAID-SCHMALLENBERG

JANES HAID-SCHMALLENBERG

b. 1988, based in Berlin, DE

b. 1988, lives and works in Berlin, DE

b. 1988, lives and works in Berlin, DE

b. 1988, lives and works in Berlin, DE

b. 1988, lives and works in Berlin, DE

Exhibition, 2019/2020, Janes Haid-Schmallenberg, What we've learned so far, 09.11.19—04.01.20 at SETAREH X, Hoch Straße 53, Düsseldorf

JANES HAID-SCHMALLENBERG
INSTALLATION VIEW, 2019
"What we've learned so far", SETAREH X

JANES HAID-SCHMALLENBERG
INSTALLATION VIEW, 2019
"What we've learned so far", SETAREH X

JANES HAID-SCHMALLENBERG
INSTALLATION VIEW, 2019
"What we've learned so far", SETAREH X

JANES HAID-SCHMALLENBERG
INSTALLATION VIEW, 2019
"What we've learned so far", SETAREH X

JANES HAID-SCHMALLENBERG
INSTALLATION VIEW, 2019
"What we've learned so far", SETAREH X

Janes Haid-Schmallenberg, 2019, Der Lauf der Dinge (Zuhause ist manchmal auch funny), Oil and acrylic on canvas, 170x170 cm

JANES HAID-SCHMALLENBERG
Der Lauf der Dinge (Zuhause ist manchmal auch funny), 2019

Oil and acrylic on canvas, 170 x 170 cm 

JANES HAID-SCHMALLENBERG
Der Lauf der Dinge (Zuhause ist manchmal auch funny), 2019

Oil and acrylic on canvas, 170 x 170 cm 

JANES HAID-SCHMALLENBERG
Der Lauf der Dinge
(Zuhause ist manchmal auch funny), 2019
Oil and acrylic on canvas, 170 x 170 cm 

JANES HAID-SCHMALLENBERG
Der Lauf der Dinge (Zuhause ist manchmal auch funny), 2019
Oil and acrylic on canvas, 170 x 170 cm 

JANES HAID-SCHMALLENBERG
Der Lauf der Dinge (Zuhause ist manchmal auch funny), 2019
Oil and acrylic on canvas, 170 x 170 cm 

Janes Haid-Schmallenberg, 2020, Yesterday's got nothing on me,Oil, acryl on canvas, 145 x 145 cm
JANES HAID-SCHMALLENBERG
Yesterday's got nothing for me, 2020
Oil, acryl on canvas, 145 x 145 cm
JANES HAID-SCHMALLENBERG
Yesterday's got nothing for me, 2020
Oil, acryl on canvas, 145 x 145 cm

JANES HAID-SCHMALLENBERG
Yesterday's got nothing for me, 2020
Oil, acryl on canvas, 145 x 145 cm

JANES HAID-SCHMALLENBERG
Yesterday's got nothing for me, 2020
Oil, acryl on canvas, 145 x 145 cm
JANES HAID-SCHMALLENBERG
Yesterday's got nothing for me, 2020
Oil, acryl on canvas, 145 x 145 cm
Janes Haid-Schmallenberg, 2019, Delirium, Oil and acrylic on canvas, 175x140 cm
JANES HAID-SCHMALLENBERG
Delirium, 2019
Oil and acrylic on canvas, 175 x 140 cm
JANES HAID-SCHMALLENBERG
Delirium, 2019
Oil and acrylic on canvas, 175 x 140 cm
JANES HAID-SCHMALLENBERG
Delirium, 2019
Oil and acrylic on canvas, 175 x 140 cm
JANES HAID-SCHMALLENBERG
Delirium, 2019
Oil and acrylic on canvas, 175 x 140 cm
JANES HAID-SCHMALLENBERG
Delirium, 2019
Oil and acrylic on canvas, 175 x 140 cm

JANES HAID-SCHMALLENBERG

Janes Haid-Schmallenberg manifests feelings in his paintings and burnt ceramics. Just as the Gorgons of Greek mythology turned into stone those who looked at these horrible creatures with snake hair, the artist immortalizes moments that seem so vivid that one might think one can still perceive the breath of the characters. The pictorial space of the canvases is reminiscent of stage sets, in which their protagonists, the fantasy creatures, pets and human-like figures, are structured by abstract color surfaces and interiors. The compositions speak of genre, of domestic scenes and wild times, where intoxication, hubris and exuberance often turn into moments of tragedy and comedy. Thus these impressions are also intensified by the painting technique, which can be volatile and chaotic, leading to these simultaneously outstanding compositions of fleetingness.

JANES HAID-SCHMALLENBERG

Janes Haid-Schmallenberg manifests feelings in his paintings and burnt ceramics. Just as the Gorgons of Greek mythology turned into stone those who looked at these horrible creatures with snake hair, the artist immortalizes moments that seem so vivid that one might think one can still perceive the breath of the characters. The pictorial space of the canvases is reminiscent of stage sets, in which their protagonists, the fantasy creatures, pets and human-like figures, are structured by abstract color surfaces and interiors. The compositions speak of genre, of domestic scenes and wild times, where intoxication, hubris and exuberance often turn into moments of tragedy and comedy. Thus these impressions are also intensified by the painting technique, which can be volatile and chaotic, leading to these simultaneously outstanding compositions of fleetingness.
JANES HAID-SCHMALLENBERG

Janes Haid-Schmallenberg manifests feelings in his paintings and burnt ceramics. Just as the Gorgons of Greek mythology turned into stone those who looked at these horrible creatures with snake hair, the artist immortalizes moments that seem so vivid that one might think one can still perceive the breath of the characters. The pictorial space of the canvases is reminiscent of stage sets, in which their protagonists, the fantasy creatures, pets and human-like figures, are structured by abstract color surfaces and interiors. The compositions speak of genre, of domestic scenes and wild times, where intoxication, hubris and exuberance often turn into moments of tragedy and comedy. Thus these impressions are also intensified by the painting technique, which can be volatile and chaotic, leading to these simultaneously outstanding compositions of fleetingness.
JANES HAID-SCHMALLENBERG

Janes Haid-Schmallenberg manifests feelings in his paintings and burnt ceramics. Just as the Gorgons of Greek mythology turned into stone those who looked at these horrible creatures with snake hair, the artist immortalizes moments that seem so vivid that one might think one can still perceive the breath of the characters. The pictorial space of the canvases is reminiscent of stage sets, in which their protagonists, the fantasy creatures, pets and human-like figures, are structured by abstract color surfaces and interiors. The compositions speak of genre, of domestic scenes and wild times, where intoxication, hubris and exuberance often turn into moments of tragedy and comedy. Thus these impressions are also intensified by the painting technique, which can be volatile and chaotic, leading to these simultaneously outstanding compositions of fleetingness.
JANES HAID-SCHMALLENBERG

Janes Haid-Schmallenberg manifests feelings in his paintings and burnt ceramics. Just as the Gorgons of Greek mythology turned into stone those who looked at these horrible creatures with snake hair, the artist immortalizes moments that seem so vivid that one might think one can still perceive the breath of the characters. The pictorial space of the canvases is reminiscent of stage sets, in which their protagonists, the fantasy creatures, pets and human-like figures, are structured by abstract color surfaces and interiors. The compositions speak of genre, of domestic scenes and wild times, where intoxication, hubris and exuberance often turn into moments of tragedy and comedy. Thus these impressions are also intensified by the painting technique, which can be volatile and chaotic, leading to these simultaneously outstanding compositions of fleetingness.

Königsallee 27 & 31
40212 Düsseldorf, Germany

Königsallee 27 & 31 

40212 Düsseldorf, Germany

Königsallee 27 & 31 

40212 Düsseldorf, Germany

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