Essays by Stefanie Heraeus and Andreas Bee.
Published by Verlag Fur Moderne Kunst Nurnberg
A Johannes Spehr painting feels immediately familiar, especially if you don't clean up your room. His interiors are scenes of the everyday, of disorderly houses filled with plants, bookshelves, garbage bags and so on, not where they ought to be in a Martha Stewart world. Executed in bright watercolors on large-format paper, Spehr enhances the voyeuristic perspective by integrating the works into walk-in cardboard structures, as if the viewer is tresspassing on a private space, where the ordinary becomes discomfiting. This catalogue gives an excellent overview of the recent work of one of Germany's leading young painters.
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