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Anna Nero and Denise Werth – Queen Takes King
15.10.22–12.11.22
SETAREH X is pleased to present the duo exhibition »Queen takes King« by AnnaNero and Denise Werth
Anna Nero‘s as well as Denise Werth‘s works play with the contrast of handwriting and technical perfection, of recognisable ductus and mechanical/digital aesthetics. Denise Werth‘s objects shown in this exhibition repeatedly suggest a certain functionality with their eyelets and lugs. Anna Nero‘s paintings subtly alternate between perspective moments, sculptural pictorial elements and intensive colour fields.
Anna Nero
King of my Castle, 2022
oil on canvas
180 x 130 cm

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Denise Werth
Turm, 2022
Xps, plaster, laquer and plastic
40 x 38 x 14 cm

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Denise Werth
Dame, 2022
XPS, plaster, paint
40 x 13 x 10 cm
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In addition to reminiscences of photography and references to digital imagery, her nuanced paintings and drawings primarily convey moods and exceptional colour impressions. Her virtuously and precisely executed oil paintings potentially recall long exposures while areas of canvas left blank – which subtly frame the painting surface – may remind of polaroid photography or windows within image editing programs.
Anna Nero
Underwater, 2022
oil on canvas
40 x 30 cm

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Denise Werth
Empfänger, 2022
XPS, plaster, paint
56 x 20 x 38 cm
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Anna Nero
Appendix, 2022
oil on canvas
160 x 120 cm
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Denise Werth
Bauer, 2022
XPS, plaster, paint
120 x 83 x 3 cm

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Anna Nero
Big Sleezebag, 2022
oil on canvas
180 x 130 cm
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Anna Nero
Ladylike, 2022
oil on canvas
40 x 30 cm
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Denise Werth
Frauenstimmen im Weltall, 2019
plaster, paint, plastic
40 x 32 x 32 cm

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Denise Werth
Wobbler, 2022
styrofoam, plaster and paint
163 x 140 x 50 cm
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Anna Nero
Sneaky Leaks , 2022
oil on canvas
180 x 130 cm

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Kate Andrews (b. 1992 in Toronto, Canada) lives and works in Bremen. She studied at Concordia University and at the University of Guelph in Canada. From 2016 to 2020 she attended the Hochschule für Künste in Bremen and graduated as a"Meisterschülerin" of Stephan Baumkötter. In 2021 she had her first institutional solo show »Unfeigned Hoax, Veritable Nonsense« at WestfälischerKunstverein in Münster. In the same year she participated in the exhibition» Shunted Sculptures Fleeting Words« at Weserburg Museum für moderne Kunst in Bremen and had her first major gallery exhibition »nuances« together with Daniel Schubert at SETAREH X.