Edited by Ralph Melcher. Text by Roland Nachtigäller, Karen Straub.
Published by Kerber
Barns, huts and sheds are motifs that recur in the paintings of Olaf Quantius (born 1971). Simple and seemingly ephemeral, the buildings nevertheless fulfill an elementary need for warmth and protection. Employing backgrounds of silvery varnish or graduated color, Quantius embeds these dwellings in an undefined, unpeopled landscape, which lends the architecture a timeless, essential presence.
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