The new exhibition from November 17th in the Reinbeckhallen presents an alternative approach to landscape painting by Clemens Tremmel, who received the Caspar David Friedrich Prize for it in 2013.
At first glance, Clemens Tremmel's works are reminiscent of the idealized landscapes of Romanticism, but his sometimes destructive interventions create an irritating effect on the viewer. The mutability and change of nature are artistically represented in his works in an unconventional way using various materials and compositions.
Tremmel (*1988) dismantles, modifies, smashes and partially destroys the subject on his large-format aluminum panels. In addition, his works react to light due to their material properties, reflect the environment and change with external influences. This creates a fascinating liveliness in the images and requires intensive viewing.
The exhibition shows a total of eleven large-format paintings and one mixed media work by the Leipzig-based artist. The presentation takes place in the Reinbeckhallen in collaboration with the REITER Galleries and takes place in an event hall that is rarely used for exhibitions and is reminiscent of the industrial origins of the Reinbeckhallen.