Exhibitions

PAN Amsterdam

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PAN Amsterdam

Weekend exhibition - Etienne Gallery in Oisterwijk

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Weekend exhibition - Etienne Gallery in Oisterwijk

Uitnodiging

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Uitnodiging

Qade Rotterdam

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PAN Amsterdam

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Kunst 17 Zürich

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The Art Expo Malaysia

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Irina und Marina Fabrizius - Malerei

Kultur Bahnhof Eller - Vennhauser Allee 89 - 40229 Düsseldorf. Di - So 15 - 19 Uhr. www.kultur-bahnhof-eller.de Tel. 0211 - 210 84 88. Eintritt 3 €. Eröffnung: Sonntag, dem 19. März um 11.30 Uhr.

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Lichtbilder, Leuchtbilder, Neue Werke

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Fabrizius²

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Shining Gap Festival

The Shining_Gap | festival of light art is a forum for contemporary light art combined with an exceptional exhibition location. Each day after dark over four days, international and local artists will present works of art dealing in different ways with the festival’s theme of Exploring New Spaces. Alongside classic works of light art, the interdisciplinary open-air exhibition will display video art, (space) installations, projections and paintings.

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"Licht - Linie" - Orrick Haus - Düsseldorf

Born in 1981, the twins began working together on their pictures in university. While at university, the artists also discovered glazing, perfecting the process with each picture until the results achieved were possible only with four hands and two hearts.

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"Licht im Bild" - FFFZ Kulturforum Düsseldorf

With fine, complex glaze painting, Irina and Marina Fabrizius create pictures of unfathomable depths, filled with magical light that, in the shape of radiating points, rings and lines, pulls the viewer into its ambience as if in its slipstream. The painters’ imagery feeds on perceptions of nature from their childhood on the Kazakh Steppe, which have transformed into discrete paintings. The work of the two artists has been indivisible for several years; each picture is a joint work, pursuant to their existence as identical twins.

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"Lichtbilder" - Galerie Anette Müller in Düsseldorf

A central point in the works of Irina and Marina Fabrizius is the perception of light. The work of the Fabrizius sisters is rooted in the tradition of the light art of the twentieth century, such as that of the ZERO group of artists of Düsseldorf and the American light artists James Turrel, Robert Irwin, Dan Flavin and Douglas Wheeler with their self-referential works. Today, when Irina and Marina Fabrizius render light perceivable and eidetic through painting, the effect and cause become almost subsumed in the atmosphere and the question arises as to the essence of light ...

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Fabrizius² - We saw the light

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"Vier Hände zur Perfektion des Lichtes"

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