Published by Kerber. Edited with text by Barbara Auer, Andrea Brandl, Anna-Maria Ehrmann-Schindlbeck. Text by Erich Schneider.
Combining collage-like self-portraits with old-master-style examinations of props from her studio, Bettina van Haaren (born 1961) creates carefully observed works on human perception. This monograph presents her work from the last four years.
Published by Kerber. Text by Philipp Horst, Marcus Starzinger, Bernhard Waldenfels, Michael Freitag.
German artist Bettina van Haaren (born 1961) explores the idea of pictorial coherence as an accumulative and discrete entity, through intentionally disjointed paintings and drawings. She depicts architectural fragments and partial figures whose bodies are engaged in acts of resistance and response. Mirroring this push and pull, she invites the viewer to complete the image.