Lot 148 - Mona Broschár - It's best to lie in your own juice
Watercolour on paper
Signed on Verso
This auction is raising proceeds for The Hepatitis C Trust
Curated by Art on a Postcard
Through plastic painting, Broschár stylizes banal everyday objects and situations into highly artificial, desirable and sexualized objects. Harmonious and gloomy come in pairs in the scaled-up images that Broschár develops, as they depict a tipping moment, informed by our dazzling consumer, and pop culture. Her paintings are meant to invite virtual consumption, but leave the viewers alone with their desires, since touch is only allowed with the imagination. In this way, the artist addresses the interplay of touch and distance – which has always been indissoluble, not only since digital culture, but specially in painting.
Junior Lecturer in Painting and Printmaking of the class of Prof. Schröter, Tilo Baumgärtel, Prof. Ottersbach and Prof. Ruckhäberle, Academy of Visual Arts, Leipzig
Master in painting and printmaking, Academy of visual Arts, Leipzig
Diploma in painting and printmaking, Academy of visual Arts, Leipzig
BA fine Art, Camberwell College of Arts, London
2023 Gallery Droste, Dallas L21 Gallery, Palma de Mallorca Room57 Gallery, New York City Eve Leibe Gallery, New York City Eve Leibe Gallery, Turin Tuesday to Friday Gallery, Valencia KIAF, Gallery L21, Seoul Museum for contemporary art, Thun Gallery Duve, Berlin ( Duo) 2022 L21 Gallery, Palma (Solo) Tang Contemporary Art, Beijing Ave Magazine #9 release, Artspace Super, Vienna Pop-up with Lorin Gallery LA, Paris LindeNOW, Hostel blauer Stern, Leipzig Gallery Droste at KPM, Gallery Weekend, Berlin Eligere Gallery, Seoul Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin Galerie LJ, Paris Gallery Meyer Riegger, Karlsruhe Feria ARCO, Gallery L21, Madrid Philipps Auction House in collaboration with Prior Art Space, Online Artists for Ukraine, Charity Auction, Procrastinarting, Online Galerie Cyprian Brenner, Niederalfingen Galerie Droste at KPM, Berlin
L21 Gallery, Palma (Mallorca) Gallery Cyprian Brenner (Germany)
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