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"Wilhelm Roseneder: New Paintings"
2003-04-18 until 2003-05-25
Wiebke Morgan Gallery
UK United Kingdom
One walks through a juniper forest and at the end of the path there's
'green-blue-yellow'. (Renate Egger). Wilhelm Roseneder is one of the foremost Austrian painters of his
generation. In this, his long overdue first show in London, we are presenting
Roseneder's recent 'Green, Blue, Yellow" series. Abstract, yet evocative,
these glowing, tranquil paintings could suggest inner/outer landscapes, but
their meanings are not exhausted by any single association.
Roseneder says: "The paintings 'Green, Blue, Yellow' seem to reflect back to
me my daydreams - a half-concealing veil, which often falls over me -
fragments of memories or emotions which possess an element of reality, but
also unite the fictional and intellectual."
Roseneder has shown extensively in Austria since the 1980's and his
paintings are in numerous private and public collections, including that of
the City of Vienna and The Albertina.