This painting is a layered and intricate depiction of a landscape and modern architecture—as well as a domestic interior that can be seen through the windows. Human presence is only indirectly referenced through the portrayal of the familiar spaces of everyday life. For his compositions, the artist often incorporates decorative motifs drawn from wallpaper or textiles. The result is an artwork that is simultaneously a realistic depiction of the mundane and a formalist experiment of line and pattern.
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Stefan Kürten is a painter and musician who creates layered and intricate depictions of architecture, landscapes and domestic interiors—frequently incorporating decorative motifs drawn from wallpaper or textiles. His work is typically devoid of figures, with human presence only indirectly referenced through his portrayal of the familiar spaces of everyday life. Kürten creates works that are simultaneously realistic depictions of the mundane and formalist experiments of line and pattern.
Index, Alexander and Bonin, New York, 2021
This painting's layered composition is an intricate depiction of a landscape surrounding modern architecture—as well as a domestic interior that can be seen through the window. The artist incorporates decorative motifs into this work, creating a realistic depiction of the mundane that is also a formalist experiment of line and pattern.More