Jens Wolf on Thursday 22nd November 2018
Ronchini Gallery is proud to present our second solo exhibition of works by the Berlin based artist Jens Wolf. Featuring all new paintings and a large scale, site-specific mural, the exhibition will continue to explore Wolf’s quintessential exploration of colours, shapes, and flatness.
Taking inspiration from abstract movements of the 20th century including artists such as Frank Stella and Josef Albers, Wolf is a key figure in the development of process art and is from the same generation of artists such as Mark Grotjahn. Wolf’s process begins by putting pen to paper in the form of small-scale pencil drawings. He then transfers the shapes he created onto plywood “pattern boards” and experiments with colour and different colour combinations to decide how the images will look on a larger scale. The use of the plywood emphasises the flatness of the geometric imagery.
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