Studio Views:
Bettina Scholz

Studio Views:
Bettina Scholz

Studio Views:
Bettina Scholz

Studio Views:
Bettina Scholz

Studio Views:
Bettina Scholz

Viewing Room

Viewing Room

Viewing Room

Viewing Room

Viewing Room

IMMERSE YOURSELF INTO
SOMETHING UNEXPECTED 

IMMERSE YOURSELF INTO
SOMETHING UNEXPECTED 

IMMERSE YOURSELF INTO SOMETHING UNEXPECTED 

IMMERSE YOURSELF INTO
SOMETHING UNEXPECTED 

IMMERSE YOURSELF INTO
SOMETHING UNEXPECTED 

Explore beyond the usual and learn more about artist Bettina Scholz.
 

SETAREH is pleased to present Studio Views, a new online series displaying recent works of artists represented by the gallery. This Viewing Room highlights the latest works of Bettina Scholz.

Inspired by music, film and literature, Bettina Scholz creates pulsating pictorial organisms with a wide range of painting techniques. Besides sculpture and paintings on canvas, Scholz is known for complex paintings framed behind partly painted glass which remind of snapshots of frozen movement and floating processes. They bring to mind microscopic views created by chemical processes, but also cosmic spheres and off-world landscapes. These atmospherically charged scenarios are inspired by science fiction, techno and classical music. This referents create a visual, synesthetic connection between its different art forms.

Her artworks open up new dimensions while reaching out to the viewers aesthetic experience. Further, they challenge our media influenced viewing habits and enrich them towards new and foreign perspectives. The fathomless depth of the depicted, lets us linger a while looking at the painting. A dark and somehow gloomy view at first sight, turns out to be a precisely differentiated representation of beauty.

 


Explore beyond the usual and learn more about artist Bettina Scholz.
 

SETAREH is pleased to present Studio Views, a new online series displaying recent works of artists represented by the gallery. This Viewing Room highlights the latest works of Bettina Scholz.

Inspired by music, film and literature, Bettina Scholz creates pulsating pictorial organisms with a wide range of painting techniques. Besides sculpture and paintings on canvas, Scholz is known for complex paintings framed behind partly painted glass which remind of snapshots of frozen movement and floating processes. They bring to mind microscopic views created by chemical processes, but also cosmic spheres and off-world landscapes. These atmospherically charged scenarios are inspired by science fiction, techno and classical music. This referents create a visual, synesthetic connection between its different art forms.

Her artworks open up new dimensions while reaching out to the viewers aesthetic experience. Further, they challenge our media influenced viewing habits and enrich them towards new and foreign perspectives. The fathomless depth of the depicted, lets us linger a while looking at the painting. A dark and somehow gloomy view at first sight, turns out to be a precisely differentiated representation of beauty.

Explore beyond the usual and learn more about artist Bettina Scholz.
 

SETAREH is pleased to present Studio Views, a new online series displaying recent works of artists represented by the gallery. This Viewing Room highlights the latest works of Bettina Scholz.

Inspired by music, film and literature, Bettina Scholz creates pulsating pictorial organisms with a wide range of painting techniques. Besides sculpture and paintings on canvas, Scholz is known for complex paintings framed behind partly painted glass which remind of snapshots of frozen movement and floating processes. They bring to mind microscopic views created by chemical processes, but also cosmic spheres and off-world landscapes. These atmospherically charged scenarios are inspired by science fiction, techno and classical music. This referents create a visual, synesthetic connection between its different art forms.

Her artworks open up new dimensions while reaching out to the viewers aesthetic experience. Further, they challenge our media influenced viewing habits and enrich them towards new and foreign perspectives. The fathomless depth of the depicted, lets us linger a while looking at the painting. A dark and somehow gloomy view at first sight, turns out to be a precisely differentiated representation of beauty.

Explore beyond the usual and learn more about artist Bettina Scholz.
 

SETAREH is pleased to present Studio Views, a new online series displaying recent works of artists represented by the gallery. This Viewing Room highlights the latest works of Bettina Scholz.

Inspired by music, film and literature, Bettina Scholz creates pulsating pictorial organisms with a wide range of painting techniques. Besides sculpture and paintings on canvas, Scholz is known for complex paintings framed behind partly painted glass which remind of snapshots of frozen movement and floating processes. They bring to mind microscopic views created by chemical processes, but also cosmic spheres and off-world landscapes. These atmospherically charged scenarios are inspired by science fiction, techno and classical music. This referents create a visual, synesthetic connection between its different art forms.

Her artworks open up new dimensions while reaching out to the viewers aesthetic experience. Further, they challenge our media influenced viewing habits and enrich them towards new and foreign perspectives. The fathomless depth of the depicted, lets us linger a while looking at the painting. A dark and somehow gloomy view at first sight, turns out to be a precisely differentiated representation of beauty.

Explore beyond the usual and learn more about artist Bettina Scholz.
 

SETAREH is pleased to present Studio Views, a new online series displaying recent works of artists represented by the gallery. This Viewing Room highlights the latest works of Bettina Scholz.

Inspired by music, film and literature, Bettina Scholz creates pulsating pictorial organisms with a wide range of painting techniques. Besides sculpture and paintings on canvas, Scholz is known for complex paintings framed behind partly painted glass which remind of snapshots of frozen movement and floating processes. They bring to mind microscopic views created by chemical processes, but also cosmic spheres and off-world landscapes. These atmospherically charged scenarios are inspired by science fiction, techno and classical music. This referents create a visual, synesthetic connection between its different art forms.

Her artworks open up new dimensions while reaching out to the viewers aesthetic experience. Further, they challenge our media influenced viewing habits and enrich them towards new and foreign perspectives. The fathomless depth of the depicted, lets us linger a while looking at the painting. A dark and somehow gloomy view at first sight, turns out to be a precisely differentiated representation of beauty.

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“Songs have the possibility to freely pass spaces and time and to connect them through their immateriality.
I have transferred this
idea onto the paintings. They became a counter magic for me – a way to win back freedom imaginatively.“

“Songs have the possibility to freely pass spaces and time and to connect them through their immateriality.
I have transferred this
idea onto the paintings. They became a counter magic for me – a way to win back freedom imaginatively.“

“Songs have the possibility to freely pass spaces and time and to connect them through their immateriality.
I have transferred this idea onto the paintings. They became a counter magic for me – a way to win back freedom imaginatively.“

“Songs have the possibility to freely pass spaces and time and to connect them through their immateriality. I have transferred this idea onto the paintings. They became a counter magic for me – a way to win back freedom imaginatively.“

“Songs have the possibility to freely pass spaces and time and to connect them through their immateriality. I have transferred this idea onto the paintings. They became a counter magic for me – a way to win back freedom imaginatively.“

In order to create these dramatic, at times auratic visual effects, the artist experiments like an alchemist: she sprinkles, drips, sprays and collages the image carrier. Above, she mounts colored glass panes, some of which are also painted. In Addition to the transparency and covering effect of the glass, its reflection of the given exhibition space allows the viewer to become a part of the artwork. These atmospherically charged scenarios seem familiar to us from science fiction films and literature. In contrast to that, some of the painting seem almost baroque in their reminiscent of Christian depictions of saints. These created motifs fulfill a traditional overall picture, as well as the historical technique of reverse glass painting experience. There is a traditional as well as contemporary and future-oriented interpretation, in Bettina Scholz’s works. Through their given complexity and ambiguity, the artworks open up and give the viewer the opportunity to explore progressive perceptions.

Bettina Scholz studied fine arts and painting at the Weißensee Kunsthochschule Berlin and at the Chelsea College of Arts in London. In 2012 she graduated as a master student of Antje Majewski. She lives and works in Berlin, where she has held a teaching position at the University of Arts since 2014. In 2020 she was nominated for the Kunstpreis/ Kunsthalle Lingen, Germany. Most recently she was featured in the group exhibition "HYPER! A Journey into Art and Music“at the ‘Deichtorhallen Hamburg’. Currently Bettina Scholz is on display at the Kunsthal Museum Rotterdam, in conjunction with the exhibition Black Album/ White Cube. The Exhibition is on view until January 17, 2021. 

In order to create these dramatic, at times auratic visual effects, the artist experiments like an alchemist: she sprinkles, drips, sprays and collages the image carrier. Above she mounts colored glass panes, some of which are also painted. In Addition to the transparency and covering effect of the glass, its reflection of the given exhibition space allows the viewer to become a part of the artwork. These atmospherically charged scenarios seem familiar to us from science fiction films and literature. In contrast to that, some of the painting seem almost baroque in their reminiscent of Christian depictions of saints. These created motifs fulfill a traditional overall picture, as well as the historical technique of reverse glass painting experience. It’s a traditional, at the same time contemporary and future-oriented interpretation, in Bettina Scholz’s works. Through their given complexity and ambiguity, the artworks open up and give the viewer the opportunity to progressive perceptions.

Bettina Scholz studied fine arts and painting at the Weißensee Kunsthochschule Berlin and at the Chelsea College of Arts in London. In 2012 she graduated as a master student of Antje Majewski. She lives and works in Berlin, where she has held a teaching position at the University of Arts since 2014. In 2020 she was nominated for the Kunstpreis/ Kunsthalle Lingen, Germany. Most recently she was featured in the group exhibition "HYPER! A Journey into Art and Music“at the ‘Deichtorhallen Hamburg’. Currently Bettina Scholz is on display at the Kunsthal Museum Rotterdam, in conjunction with the exhibition Black Album/ White Cube. The Exhibition is on view until January 17, 2021. 

In order to create these dramatic, at times auratic visual effects, the artist experiments like an alchemist: she sprinkles, drips, sprays and collages the image carrier. Above she mounts colored glass panes, some of which are also painted. In Addition to the transparency and covering effect of the glass, its reflection of the given exhibition space allows the viewer to become a part of the artwork. These atmospherically charged scenarios seem familiar to us from science fiction films and literature. In contrast to that, some of the painting seem almost baroque in their reminiscent of Christian depictions of saints. These created motifs fulfill a traditional overall picture, as well as the historical technique of reverse glass painting experience. It’s a traditional, at the same time contemporary and future-oriented interpretation, in Bettina Scholz’s works. Through their given complexity and ambiguity, the artworks open up and give the viewer the opportunity to progressive perceptions.

Bettina Scholz studied fine arts and painting at the Weißensee Kunsthochschule Berlin and at the Chelsea College of Arts in London. In 2012 she graduated as a master student of Antje Majewski. She lives and works in Berlin, where she has held a teaching position at the University of Arts since 2014. In 2020 she was nominated for the Kunstpreis/ Kunsthalle Lingen, Germany. Most recently she was featured in the group exhibition "HYPER! A Journey into Art and Music“at the ‘Deichtorhallen Hamburg’. Currently Bettina Scholz is on display at the Kunsthal Museum Rotterdam, in conjunction with the exhibition Black Album/ White Cube. The Exhibition is on view until January 17, 2021. 

In order to create these dramatic, at times auratic visual effects, the artist experiments like an alchemist: she sprinkles, drips, sprays and collages the image carrier. Above she mounts colored glass panes, some of which are also painted. In Addition to the transparency and covering effect of the glass, its reflection of the given exhibition space allows the viewer to become a part of the artwork. These atmospherically charged scenarios seem familiar to us from science fiction films and literature. In contrast to that, some of the painting seem almost baroque in their reminiscent of Christian depictions of saints. These created motifs fulfill a traditional overall picture, as well as the historical technique of reverse glass painting experience. It’s a traditional, at the same time contemporary and future-oriented interpretation, in Bettina Scholz’s works. Through their given complexity and ambiguity, the artworks open up and give the viewer the opportunity to progressive perceptions.

Bettina Scholz studied fine arts and painting at the Weißensee Kunsthochschule Berlin and at the Chelsea College of Arts in London. In 2012 she graduated as a master student of Antje Majewski. She lives and works in Berlin, where she has held a teaching position at the University of Arts since 2014. In 2020 she was nominated for the Kunstpreis/ Kunsthalle Lingen, Germany. Most recently she was featured in the group exhibition "HYPER! A Journey into Art and Music“at the ‘Deichtorhallen Hamburg’. Currently Bettina Scholz is on display at the Kunsthal Museum Rotterdam, in conjunction with the exhibition Black Album/ White Cube. The Exhibition is on view until January 17, 2021. 

In order to create these dramatic, at times auratic visual effects, the artist experiments like an alchemist: she sprinkles, drips, sprays and collages the image carrier. Above she mounts colored glass panes, some of which are also painted. In Addition to the transparency and covering effect of the glass, its reflection of the given exhibition space allows the viewer to become a part of the artwork. These atmospherically charged scenarios seem familiar to us from science fiction films and literature. In contrast to that, some of the painting seem almost baroque in their reminiscent of Christian depictions of saints. These created motifs fulfill a traditional overall picture, as well as the historical technique of reverse glass painting experience. It’s a traditional, at the same time contemporary and future-oriented interpretation, in Bettina Scholz’s works. Through their given complexity and ambiguity, the artworks open up and give the viewer the opportunity to progressive perceptions.

Bettina Scholz studied fine arts and painting at the Weißensee Kunsthochschule Berlin and at the Chelsea College of Arts in London. In 2012 she graduated as a master student of Antje Majewski. She lives and works in Berlin, where she has held a teaching position at the University of Arts since 2014. In 2020 she was nominated for the Kunstpreis/ Kunsthalle Lingen, Germany. Most recently she was featured in the group exhibition "HYPER! A Journey into Art and Music“at the ‘Deichtorhallen Hamburg’. Currently Bettina Scholz is on display at the Kunsthal Museum Rotterdam, in conjunction with the exhibition Black Album/ White Cube. The Exhibition is on view until January 17, 2021. 

09_Recall GLASBILD

Recall, 2020, Ink, pastel,
spray paint on acrylic glass and MDF,
framed, 143 x 117 cm

 11.400 EUR

Recall, 2020, Ink, pastel,
spray paint on acrylic glass and MDF,
framed, 143 x 117 cm

11.400 EUR

Recall, 2020, Ink, pastel,
spray paint on acrylic glass and MDF,
framed, 143 x 117 cm

11.400 EUR

Recall, 2020, Ink, pastel,
spray paint on acrylic glass and MDF,
framed, 143 x 117 cm

11.400 EUR

Recall, 2020, Ink, pastel,
spray paint on acrylic glass and MDF, framed, 143 x 117 cm

11.400 EUR

“I enjoy thinking of my pictures as free beings who – just like songs – can connect seaveral times, which are not bound to our linear experience of time“

“I enjoy thinking of my pictures as free beings who – just like songs – can connect seaveral times, which are not bound to our linear experience of time“

“I enjoy thinking of my pictures as free beings who – just like songs – can connect seaveral times, which are not bound to our linear experience of time“

“I enjoy thinking of my pictures as free beings who – just like songs – can connect seaveral times, which are not bound to our linear experience of time“

“I enjoy thinking of my pictures as free beings who – just like songs – can connect seaveral times, which are not bound to our linear experience of time“

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Qualm (nach Helena Hauff)
2019
Spray paint and Indian ink on acrylic glass on HDF board
232 x 132 cm

Qualm (nach Helena Hauff)
2019
Spray paint and Indian ink on acrylic glass on HDF board
232 x 132 cm

Qualm (nach Helena Hauff)
2019
Spray paint and Indian ink on acrylic glass on HDF board
232 x 132 cm

Qualm (nach Helena Hauff)
2019
Spray paint and Indian ink on acrylic glass on HDF board
232 x 132 cm

Qualm (nach Helena Hauff)
2019
Spray paint and Indian ink on acrylic glass on HDF board
232 x 132 cm

FliegendeForm-links

Rebel Entitiy (Flying Form),
2020, Epoxy resin, steel, MDF,
interference oil paint,
186 x 25 x 47 cm

9.500 EUR

Rebel Entitiy (Flying Form),
2020, Epoxy resin, steel, MDF,
interference oil paint,
186 x 25 x 47 cm

9.500 EUR

Rebel Entitiy (Flying Form),
2020, Epoxy resin, steel, MDF,
interference oil paint,
186 x 25 x 47 cm

9.500 EUR

Rebel Entitiy (Flying Form),
2020, Epoxy resin, steel, MDF,
interference oil paint,
186 x 25 x 47 cm

9.500 EUR

Rebel Entitiy (Flying Form),
2020, Epoxy resin, steel, MDF,
interference oil paint,
186 x 25 x 47 cm

9.500 EUR

07_Resist

Resist, 2020,
Oil and pastel on canvas,
150 x 120 cm

11.800 EUR

Resist, 2020,
Oil and pastel on canvas,
150 x 120 cm

11.800 EUR

Resist, 2020,
Oil and pastel on canvas,
150 x 120 cm

11.800 EUR

Resist, 2020,
Oil and pastel on canvas,
150 x 120 cm
11.800 EUR

Resist, 2020,
Oil and pastel on canvas,
150 x 120 cm

11.800 EUR

“In all my work, the convergence of different time periods plays a very important role, both visually and in terms of content. I describe it as an associative thunderstorm of flash lights that surrounds me and which I derive into the pictures.“

“In all my work, the convergence of different time periods plays a very important role, both visually and in terms of content. I describe it as an associative thunderstorm of flash lights that surrounds me and which I derive into the pictures.“

“In all my work, the convergence of different time periods plays a very important role, both visually and in terms of content. I describe it as an associative thunderstorm of flash lights that surrounds me and which I derive into the pictures.“

“In all my work, the convergence of different time periods plays a very important role, both visually and in terms of content. I describe it as an associative thunderstorm of flash lights that surrounds me and which I derive into the pictures.“

“In all my work, the convergence of different time periods plays a very important role, both visually and in terms of content. I describe it as an associative thunderstorm of flash lights that surrounds me and which I derive into the pictures.“

She offers the viewer the possibility to capture her works in an over-dimensional size, as well as on small-format canvases and works on paper. The paintings, drawings and collages are often thematically based on terms and ideas that the artist finds in the course of her search engine and can turn out to be far more figurative than the glass pictures.

She offers the viewer the ability to capture her works in an over-dimensional size, as well as on small-format canvases and works on paper. The paintings, drawings and collages are often thematically based on terms and ideas that the artist finds in the course of her search engine and can turn out to be far more figurative than the glass pictures.

She offers the viewer the ability to capture her works in an over-dimensional size, as well as on small-format canvases and works on paper. The paintings, drawings and collages are often thematically based on terms and ideas that the artist finds in the course of her search engine and can turn out to be far more figurative than the glass pictures.

She offers the viewer the ability to capture her works in an over-dimensional size, as well as on small-format canvases and works on paper. The paintings, drawings and collages are often thematically based on terms and ideas that the artist finds in the course of her search engine and can turn out to be far more figurative than the glass pictures.

She offers the viewer the ability to capture her works in an over-dimensional size, as well as on small-format canvases and works on paper. The paintings, drawings and collages are often thematically based on terms and ideas that the artist finds in the course of her search engine and can turn out to be far more figurative than the glass pictures.

Group Show BLACK ALBUM / WHITE CUBE, A JOURNEY INTO ART AND MUSIC,
20 JUNI 2020 – 17 JANUARY 2021 at Kunsthal Rotterdam, The Netherlands

Group Show BLACK ALBUM / WHITE CUBE, A JOURNEY INTO ART AND MUSIC,
20 JUNI 2020 – 17 JANUARY 2021 at Kunsthal Rotterdam, The Netherlands

Group Show BLACK ALBUM / WHITE CUBE, A JOURNEY INTO ART AND MUSIC,
20 JUNI 2020 – 17 JANUARY 2021 at Kunsthal Rotterdam, The Netherlands

Group Show BLACK ALBUM / WHITE CUBE,
A JOURNEY INTO ART AND MUSIC,
20 JUNI 2020 – 17 JANUARY 2021
at Kunsthal Rotterdam, The Netherlands

Group Show
BLACK ALBUM / WHITE CUBE, A JOURNEY INTO ART AND MUSIC,
20 JUNI 2020 – 17 JANUARY 2021
at Kunsthal Rotterdam, The Netherlands

with works by Bettina Scholz, Cosima von Bonin, Albert Oehlen, Cyprien Gaillard,
Wolfgang Tillmans, Rosemarie Trockel, Henning Strassburger, Arthur Jafa, Thomas Scheibitz, Kim Gordon et. al.

Curated by Max Dax

with works by Bettina Scholz, Cosima von Bonin, Albert Oehlen, Cyprien Gaillard,
Wolfgang Tillmans, Rosemarie Trockel, Henning Strassburger, Arthur Jafa, Thomas Scheibitz, Kim Gordon et. al.

Curated by Max Dax

with works by Bettina Scholz, Cosima von Bonin, Albert Oehlen,
Cyprien Gaillard, Wolfgang Tillmans, Rosemarie Trockel, Henning Strassburger, Arthur Jafa,
Thomas Scheibitz, Kim Gordon et. al.

Curated by Max Dax

with works by Bettina Scholz, Cosima von Bonin,
Albert Oehlen, Cyprien Gaillard, Wolfgang Tillmans, Rosemarie Trockel,
Henning Strassburger, Arthur Jafa, Thomas Scheibitz, Kim Gordon et. al.

Curated by Max Dax

with works by Bettina Scholz, Cosima von Bonin, Albert Oehlen, Cyprien Gaillard, Wolfgang Tillmans, Rosemarie Trockel, Henning Strassburger, Arthur Jafa, Thomas Scheibitz, Kim Gordon et. al.

Curated by Max Dax

Fotos aus dem Museum Kunsthal 1
Katalog-Betti
bettina-schulz-detail
Fliegende Form (evolution series)_150x120cm_Öl, Tinte und Pastell auf Leinwand_2020

Rebel Entitiy (Flying Form), 2020,
Ink, oil and pastel on canvas, 150 x 120 cm

11.800 EUR

Rebel Entitiy (Flying Form), 2020,
Ink, oil and pastel on canvas, 150 x 120 cm

11.800 EUR

Rebel Entitiy (Flying Form), 2020,
Ink, oil and pastel on canvas, 150 x 120 cm

11.800 EUR

Rebel Entitiy (Flying Form), 2020,
Ink, oil and pastel on canvas, 150 x 120 cm

11.800 EUR

Rebel Entitiy (Flying Form), 2020,
Ink, oil and pastel on canvas,
150 x 120 cm

11.800 EUR

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Camouflage Scene, 2020,
Oil and pastel on canvas,
150 x 120 cm

11.800 EUR

Camouflage Scene, 2020,
Oil and pastel on canvas,
150 x 120 cm

11.800 EUR

Camouflage Scene, 2020,
Oil and pastel on canvas,
150 x 120 cm

11.800 EUR

Camouflage Scene, 2020,
Oil and pastel on canvas,
150 x 120 cm

11.800 EUR

Camouflage Scene, 2020,
Oil and pastel on canvas,
150 x 120 cm

11.800 EUR

12_The_unbelievable_truth

The Unbelievable Truth
Conspiracy, 2020,
Oil and pastel on canvas,
150 x 120 cm

11.800 EUR

The Unbelievable Truth
Conspiracy, 2020,
Oil and pastel on canvas,
150 x 120 cm

11.800 EUR

The Unbelievable Truth
Conspiracy, 2020,
Oil and pastel on canvas,
150 x 120 cm

11.800 EUR

The Unbelievable Truth
Conspiracy, 2020,
Oil and pastel on canvas,
150 x 120 cm

11.800 EUR

The Unbelievable Truth
Conspiracy, 2020,
Oil and pastel on canvas,
150 x 120 cm

11.800 EUR

Learn more about Bettina Scholz: Schedule your visit to Kunsthal Rotterdam and

Learn more about Bettina Scholz, schedule your visit to Kunsthal Rotterdam and

Learn more about Bettina Scholz, schedule your visit to Kunsthal Rotterdam and

Learn more about Bettina Scholz, schedule
your visit to Kunsthal Rotterdam and

Learn more about Bettina Scholz, schedule your visit to Kunsthal Rotterdam and

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

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