11 November 2010
Thomas Scheibitz (b. 1968)
signed, titled and dated 'Scheibitz 2000 Haus II' (on the reverse)
oil on canvas
90½ x 63 in. (229.8 x 160 cm.)
Painted in 2000.
Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, New York
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Amsterdam, Stedelijk Museum, Bannister Diamond Thomas Scheibitz, October-November 2001.
Kunstmuseum Winterthur and Leipzig, Museum der bildenden Künste, Thomas Scheibitz, January-July 2001, p. 49 (illustrated).
Piling means laying things over one another, for instance as in a collage. You could compare the principle of connection with an endlessly long dolly shot with a film camera. I am also after that sort of expressive abstraction of reality.
(Thomas Scheibitz, Bannister Diamond, exh. cat, Amsterdam, 2001, pp. 15-16).
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