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End or Fin
SETAREH X is excited to present the first solo exhibition with Björn Knapp unter the title End or Fin.
22.01.22–19.02.22
SETAREH X is pleased to present the first solo exhibition »End or Fin« by Düsseldorf-based artist Björn Knapp. For the formation of his paintings Knapp utilizes photography as an aid.In the subsequent painterly process, he develops colour-intensive compositions between form and non-form.Based on photographs that are superimposed onto each other and combined into complex collages, Björn Knapp realizes a new pictorial language which, when transferred to the canvas with systematic precision and vivid colours, evokes a sensually perceivable corporeality.

Björn Knapp
LOOP-birdie
2021
oil on canvas
210 x 140 cm

SOLD
Björn Knapp
LYMPS-cyclops
2021
oil on canvas
210 x 140 cm

SOLD
Björn Knapp
LOOP-folded Y
2021
oil on canvas
240 x 180 cm

8.000 EUR
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Björn Knapp
BUST-little bullet
2021
oil on canvas
60 x 40 cm

SOLD
Björn Knapp
BUST-heeped red
2021
oil on canvas
240 x 180 cm

8.000 EUR
Björn Knapp
BUMP-flat
2021
oil on canvas
40 x 60 cm

SOLD
Björn Knapp
LIMBS-dual II
2021
oil on canvas
60 x 40 cm

SOLD

Björn Knapp
LIMBS-step one
2021
oil on canvas
60 x 40 cm

SOLD
Björn Knapp
BUST-monocle
2021
oil on canvas
210 x 140 cm

6.800 EUR
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Björn Knapp
BUST-cotton eye
2021
oil on canvas
210 x 140 cm

SOLD
Björn Knapp
BUMP-detail
2021
oil on canvas
60 x 40 cm

2.000 EUR
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Björn Knapp (b. 1988 in Bensheim, DE) studied at the Kunstakademie Karlsruhe from 2012 to 2015 and at the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf from 2015 to 2020, where he graduated as a “Meisterschüler“ of Thomas Scheibitz. In 2020 he participated in the group show Genius Loci 8 at SETAREH Düsseldorf and was shown at ‘salondergegenwart‘. In 2021 he was part of the graduates exhibition Coming to voice at K21. Currently he is exhibited on the occasion of the Stipendium Vordemberge-Gildewart 2021 at KIT, Düsseldorf. His works have been purchased by the Kunstsammlung NRW and the Kunstpalast Düsseldorf.