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Artist talk

Jana Euler in Conversation with Monika Bayer-Wermuth

  • LanguageEnglish
  • Time of day7:00 PM until 9:00 PM
  • Duration120 minutes
  • RegistrationNo registration required
  • PriceFree Admission

Description

A scared white shark, a portrait of Ed Sheeran, or a female depiction of Christ: Jana Euler’s striking motifs are always only the entry to a larger debate about painting. For the last decade the Friedberg-born artist has used styles and expressive forms of painting eclectically in order to question the medium using its own means. In the process she opens the discourse on socially relevant issues. On the occasion of the presentation of the new acquisition of her works in the context of “Spot On”, we invite the artist to give a talk with Dr. Monika Bayer-Wermuth, curator at Museum Brandhorst.

 

6:30 PM | Doors open

7:00 PM | Artist talk

 

The event takes place in the foyer of the museum. Seats are limited. The book shop is open.

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Please note that photographs and videos will be taken at this event and will be published in digital and analog form for the purpose of internal and external reporting.

 

Fig.: Jana Euler, GWF 5 and GWF 7, 2019, photo: Margarita Platis, Bayerische Staatsgemäldesammlungen, Munich, Courtesy of the artist.

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