Text by Meike Behm, Christian Werth.
Published by Kerber
The paintings--and painting-assemblages--of German artist Myriam Holme (born 1971) turn on contradiction; for all their austere elegance, they also exude a quiet violence in their materials. Often beginning by staining a surface (paper, aluminum) with color, Holme has--in recent works--bent, twisted and fractured that ground, resulting in beautifully damaged compositions.
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