25.04.2021 – 14.05.2021
Rocco Barone takes us to his country and shows us Italian landscapes that we know from our dreams. Whether in the hilly landscapes of Umbria, the Tuscan Campagna or at the sea of Sicily – Rocco Barone accompanies the viewer through a country, that enchanted already Goethe during his Italian journey.
What began in 1786 as a journey in an uncomfortable carriage in Weimar, became an inner journey: The longer Goethe remained in Italy, the more relaxed he got and he began to paint, write and to be creative again.
Rocco Barone takes up this same relaxing atmosphere and creativity of Italy in his landscapes. Through the simple and quiet tones Rocco Barone conveys in his works the simple beauty of nature, which does not need big words.
Tim Nehring, 03.02.2021 – 13.03.2021
Tim Nehring’s pictures are snapshots and at the same time processes and stories that, depending on the seem to change their contours and colors depending on the angle of view – like ghost worlds. Tim Nehring conveys emotions and the freedom to interpret the artworks themselves and to give them and to give them their own names and titles. Thus each picture is unique – like the viewers themselves and also Tim Nehring’s art.