Published by Kerber. Edited and text by Martin Stather, Roland Scotti.
Anja Ganster’s (born 1968) Passageways show halls, foyers and passages--“in-between” places that are not quite inside or outside. Highly detailed but infused with a sense of unreality, these fascinatingly lucid paintings are a blend of fact and fiction, dream and reality. This volume gathers the series.
Published by Kerber. Text by Susanne Buckesfeld, Katharina Dunst.
Light is Anja Ganster's central theme: her paintings of deserted spaces are a quest for sensation in which patterns of shadow and color are intensified into atmospheric images that verge on the abstract, dissolving into pure light phenomena. In Along the Curvature, Ganster traces these relationships across four themes—the substance of light, transitory spaces, the everyday and landscapes.