Louisiana Plakat

Ann Veronica Janssens – Hot pink TURQUOISE - 2020

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Exhibition poster with detail of installation by the Belgian artist, Ann Veronica Janssen, in connection with the exhibition , Hot pink TURQUOISE, at Louisiana in 2020. Belgian Ann Veronica Janssens (b 1956) works almost scientifically to push the boundaries of the known when she challenger our perception of reality with fog formations, color traces, light effects and optical illusions.

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Exhibition poster with detail of installation by the Belgian artist, Ann Veronica Janssen, in connection with the exhibition , Hot pink TURQUOISE, at Louisiana in 2020. Belgian Ann Veronica Janssens (b 1956) works almost scientifically to push the boundaries of the known when she challenger our perception of reality with fog formations, color traces, light effects and optical illusions.

Ann Veronica Janssens has created sculptures and spatial installations for four decades and her art always takes familiar materials as a starting point: glass, liquids, fog and especially light.

Although Janssen's art is not easy to categorize, its effect is unmistakable when she wants to place us in a new place where we can open ourselves anew.

"I think that sometimes you have to erase reality - erase the visible - to make room to see something else", Janssens has stated.

Louisiana's exhibition with Ann Veronica Janssens was her first in Denmark and presented works back from the early 1990s until today - with a new work, Horizon, created especially for the exhibition.

Dimensions: 84.1 x 59.4 cm

Select a frame to see the poster framed. If the poster is purchased with a frame, we will frame the poster for you.

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Frame: 15 mm
Material: Frame in solid oak and with high-quality acrylic glass.

Please note that a wooden frame is a natural product, so there may be variations in the structure of the wood.

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