"Ohne Titel (Swimming Pool)"
by sabine7 / January 18, 2008
A lot of Ingmar Alge’s paintings are reflections of architecture that brings to mind a suburbia of “somewhere else”. There is a carefully constructed flatness to the work, as though the artist has built up layers to create a façade that hides the truth. The viewer is given a take-it-or-leave-it sort of choice, and to get through to the horizon, must first get lost in the lonely landscape provided. How refreshed will that swimming pool be? How cosy is that home? What sort of conversation takes place on the two chairs?


Artist: Ingmar Alge
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Höchst Nr. 1C
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Two Chairs

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