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Gerard Stricher was born in 1948 to a family of artists in Sarrebourg, France. As a child he was already dreaming of becoming a painter and drew prodigiously. Self-taught, he immersed in the café society of painters, attended gallery openings , and was encouraged by sales but ultimately decided to enter industry. He became a highly regarded international manager whose carcer and travels led him become a ”World Citizen ”. Widening his horizon, observing new people, different landscapes, and other realities, which gradually became stratified in his unconscious to reappear later in his painting. He acquired and old mill in the French Vexin, established his studio where he worked feverishly.

Gerard Stricher solo show in Houston, TX | Laura Rathe Gallery starting the 20th October untill the 20th November

  1. La Chambre des songes" (Mixed medias on paper /61x46 cm / 2012)
  2. My Garden" (Mixed ledias on paper / 39x30 cm / 2012)
  3. Le Mauvais Génie" (Mixed medias on paper / 64x46 cm / 2012)
  4. Ô Méditerrannée" (Mixed medias on paper / 61x46 cm / 2012)
  5. Neptune on his Way…" (Mixed medias on paper / 46x61 cm / 2012)

“The painter has the Universe in his mind and hands.” - Leonardo da Vinci 

Thank you very much Stricher Gerard!

Artist A.R. Penck (born 5 October 1939)

A major figure in the German art scene, A.R Penck, born as Ralf Winkler in Dresden in 1939, lived through the war, the destruction of his city and the dividing-up of his country, which left a deep impression on him.

Sculptures, wall installations by Daniel Buren | Kunsthalle Baden-Baden

Artist Jimmy Baker

Jimmy Baker (b. Dover, OH, 1980) is an artist who lives and works in Cincinnati, OH. He works across a range of media, including painting, sculpture, photography and installation.

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Modern Heroes Michelangelo 2020 A Tribute to Women Michelangelo 2020 A Tribute to Women

Mauro Perucchetti

"Modern Heroes & Michelangelo 2020 A Tribute to Women"

Mauro Perucchetti brings together the Conceptual, Minimalist and Pop Art traditions in a painstakingly sculpted body of work made of resin and crystals, chrome and steel. Reliant on symbols to convey meaning, his attractive, light-hearted pieces deal out pointed political and social critique, subtly addressing some of the most pressing issues in contemporary society.

Oma puu krapula

Artist Anna Retulainen

  • Oma puu – Autumn wind, 2010, oil on canvas, 200 x 200 cm.
  • Katumus (krapula) – Regret (hangover), 2010, oil on canvas, 300 x 200 cm

Per Fronth

  • Reflex (trampoline) II right | Mixed media and oil on canvas 137 x 168 cm
  • mms / metaphores / dragonfly II (study) | Mixed media and oil on canvas76 x 63 cm

Rebecca Stevenson - Buttercup

( Polyester resin, wax 60 x 60 x 50 cm )

Artist Rebecca Stevenson - Rose White

( Polyester resin, wax 70 x 55 x 33 cm )

Installations by Anne Lindberg

andante green2012|Egyptian cotton thread, staples 24 by 18 by 6 feet | installed in solo exhibition “modal lines” the Nevada Museum of Art 24 March – 15 July 2012

Cinque Per Cinque Venticinque Verbi Riflessivi

Alighiero Boetti

  • Cinque Per Cinque Venticinque, 1983 | ball-point pen ink on paper 55 1/8 x 39 3/8 inches
  • Verbi Riflessivi, 1983 | ball-point pen ink on paper 2 panels; 39 3/8 x 55 1/8 inches

Artist Newell Harry - True Story, 2010

Rudolf Stingel - Untitled, 1993, Oil and enamel on canvas, 99 ¼ x 66 1/16 inches (252.1 x 167.7 cm), Courtesy Paula Cooper Gallery, New York.

Artist Gabriel Daweplexus no. 9 + site specific installation at peel gallery + gütermann thread, painted wood and hooks + 25’ x 4’ x 14’ + 2011  photos by slyworks photography


Artist James Nares

  • Delete all Gaps, 2008 oil on linen 60 x 60 inches  
  • Nobody Is Where They Are, 2011 oil on linen 78 x 63 inches

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