MAKI NA KAMURA

MAKI NA KAMURA

MAKI NA KAMURA

MAKI NA KAMURA

MAKI NA KAMURA

based in Berlin, DE

based in Berlin, DE

based in Berlin, DE

based in Berlin, DE

based in Berlin, DE

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dXd XXIX, 2018
Oil and Water on Canvas,
100x80cm

dXd XXIX, 2018
Oil and Water on Canvas,
100x80cm

dXd XXIX, 2018
Oil and Water on Canvas,
100x80cm

adXd XXIX, 2018
Oil and Water on Canvas,
100x80cm

dXd XXIX, 2018
Oil and Water on Canvas,
100x80cm

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STEINE LEGEN, ÄPFEL LESEN IV, 2017
Oil and Water on Canvas, 120x85cm


STEINE LEGEN, ÄPFEL LESEN IV, 2017
Oil and Water on Canvas, 120x85cm


STEINE LEGEN, ÄPFEL LESEN IV, 2017
Oil and Water on Canvas, 120x85cm

STEINE LEGEN, ÄPFEL LESEN IV, 2017
Oil and Water on Canvas, 120x85cm

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dXd XXXIII, 2018
Oil and Water on Canvas, 155x125cm
dXd XXXIII, 2018
Oil and Water on Canvas, 155x125cm
dXd XXXIII, 2018
Oil and Water on Canvas, 155x125cm
dXd XXXIII, 2018
Oil and Water on Canvas, 155x125cm
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DL XXIV, 2018
Oil and Water on Canvas, 75x100cm

DL XXIV, 2018
Oil and Water on Canvas, 75x100cm

DL XXIV, 2018
Oil and Water on Canvas, 75x100cm
DL XXIV, 2018
Oil and Water on Canvas, 75x100cm

Maki Na Kamura describes her work as conceptual and belonging to “post-traditionalism”. Her works carry out syntheses between figuration and abstraction, past and present and they transfer and transform what has been handed down under the impression of the 21st century. Her work captivates with its coloristic refinement, a specific palette and an idiosyncratic technique of painting with several layers each, mixing oil paints with water and the additional use of gouaches, inks, glazes and dry colors. The landscape paintings take place parallel to nature, while the traditional perspective is dissolved through the use of lucid color zones. Robert Fleck wrote: “A central quality of these works is the empirical character of the execution of a constructively planned pictorial structure. One feels the artist’s constant reaction to the chromatic values and transparencies that are forming on the canvas.”
Maki Na Kamura describes her work as conceptual and belonging to “post-traditionalism”. Her works carry out syntheses between figuration and abstraction, past and present and they transfer and transform what has been handed down under the impression of the 21st century. Her work captivates with its coloristic refinement, a specific palette and an idiosyncratic technique of painting with several layers each, mixing oil paints with water and the additional use of gouaches, inks, glazes and dry colors. The landscape paintings take place parallel to nature, while the traditional perspective is dissolved through the use of lucid color zones. Robert Fleck wrote: “A central quality of these works is the empirical character of the execution of a constructively planned pictorial structure. One feels the artist’s constant reaction to the chromatic values and transparencies that are forming on the canvas.”
Maki Na Kamura describes her work as conceptual and belonging to “post-traditionalism”. Her works carry out syntheses between figuration and abstraction, past and present and they transfer and transform what has been handed down under the impression of the 21st century. Her work captivates with its coloristic refinement, a specific palette and an idiosyncratic technique of painting with several layers each, mixing oil paints with water and the additional use of gouaches, inks, glazes and dry colors. The landscape paintings take place parallel to nature, while the traditional perspective is dissolved through the use of lucid color zones. Robert Fleck wrote: “A central quality of these works is the empirical character of the execution of a constructively planned pictorial structure. One feels the artist’s constant reaction to the chromatic values and transparencies that are forming on the canvas.”
Maki Na Kamura describes her work as conceptual and belonging to “post-traditionalism”. Her works carry out syntheses between figuration and abstraction, past and present and they transfer and transform what has been handed down under the impression of the 21st century. Her work captivates with its coloristic refinement, a specific palette and an idiosyncratic technique of painting with several layers each, mixing oil paints with water and the additional use of gouaches, inks, glazes and dry colors. The landscape paintings take place parallel to nature, while the traditional perspective is dissolved through the use of lucid color zones. Robert Fleck wrote: “A central quality of these works is the empirical character of the execution of a constructively planned pictorial structure. One feels the artist’s constant reaction to the chromatic values and transparencies that are forming on the canvas.”
Maki Na Kamura describes her work as conceptual and belonging to “post-traditionalism”. Her works carry out syntheses between figuration and abstraction, past and present and they transfer and transform what has been handed down under the impression of the 21st century. Her work captivates with its coloristic refinement, a specific palette and an idiosyncratic technique of painting with several layers each, mixing oil paints with water and the additional use of gouaches, inks, glazes and dry colors. The landscape paintings take place parallel to nature, while the traditional perspective is dissolved through the use of lucid color zones. Robert Fleck wrote: “A central quality of these works is the empirical character of the execution of a constructively planned pictorial structure. One feels the artist’s constant reaction to the chromatic values and transparencies that are forming on the canvas.”

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