proportion and colour

The color intensity of the exhibitions is good, given the sadness with which summer seems to be saying goodbye. Works from the work groups “New Architectures”, “Transhistorical Places” and “Façades” by the Munich photographer Roland Fischer can be seen in the current exhibition at Galerie Walter Storms. The large-format prints from the three work groups also form the focus of Fischer’s new book “Written in an Image”, which was recently published by Kerber Verlag.

Art: "Nine Colours" by Steven Aalders can be seen at Storms as part of Various Others and in cooperation with Slewe Gallery Amsterdam.

“Nine Colours” by Steven Aalders can be seen at Storms as part of Various Others and in cooperation with Slewe Gallery Amsterdam.

(Photo: Peter Cox; Walter Storm’s gallery)

Storms is also showing works by Dutch painter Steven Aalders as part of Various Others in collaboration with Amsterdam’s Slewe Gallery. “Elements” is the name of this exhibition, which shines just like Fischer’s. With his precisely painted, constructive oil paintings, Aalders addresses the fundamental conditions of painting: proportion and colour. Visual languages that also play an important role in Fischer’s architecture-inspired photographs.

Roland Fischer: “Written in an Image” and Steven Aalder’s “Elements”, Gallery Walter Storms, Schellingstr. 48, both through Oct 22

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