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06 Nov 2015

MIRRORS EXHIBITION BY LUZIA SIMONS

After her first Amazon journey in 2012, Brazilian artist Luzia Simons, currently living in Berlin, betook herself on a second research trip to Brazil in 2014, where she visited gardens influenced by Roberto Burle Marx which today still appear as an early act of criticism of globalization. Simons gathered from those numerous different plants like Agave, Monstera, Begonia, Philodendron and Aloe Vera. Wonderful, stylized scannograms emerged. As Marx 'painted' the landscapes with his plants, Simons seems to draw with them. Dark-green coloured wonders of creation in front of deep black backgrounds, whose protecting glasses give a further dimension of the view into profundity. Among the herein before described work group 'Jardim' you can also experience the 'Blacklists' in our presentation – small formats in which serially lined up plants are shown, that recall images of glassy showcases in museums of natural history. Luzia Simons will be presented together with the artist Stefan Sehler. On view at Alexander Ochs Private, Schillerstr. 15, 10625 Berlin, Tue-Fri 12-18, 10 November – 18 December 2015