Zurich, Switzerland (ptp022/09.08.2019/14:00) - The German artist Silke Sturm announces today that in August 2019 her oil painting "UDO" will be shown as part of the ARTBOX.PROJECT Zürich 1.0 at the SWISSARTEXPO art festival. This work will give visitors an interesting insight into her style and artistic work. The exhibition is going to take place from 15 to 19 August 2019 in Zurich's Central Station Hall.
Silke Sturm concentrates in her work on the reinterpretation of world-famous portraits, such as those of Che Guevara or Albert Einstein. She reinterprets the famous pop-cultural motifs in a refreshing way. In particular, the complex interplay of colours, light and shadow is a striking unique selling point for her works. With light and contrast, the artist works out the important parts of the portraits, places them in a new context and thus not only changes the core message of the motifs, but also their interpretability. In addition to portraits, cars are also an important motif for the artist, which are always depicted in the same iconic manner as her portraits and abstract works of art.
The artist Silke Sturm is characterized by a great changeability in her work. While she used to prefer abstract motifs, her work is increasingly determined by concrete and representational motifs. It is therefore no surprise that Sturm's works meet with approval both nationally and internationally. She has already exhibited in various galleries and exhibitions worldwide.
In addition, Silke Sturm today announces the publication of her newly published art catalogue. In this catalogue she presents a variety of her most relevant works. Due to the high printing quality and the uniqueness of the works illustrated, this catalogue is immediately convincing. If you would like to get a picture of her great works and the new catalogue, you are cordially invited to do so live in Zurich in August.
If you would like to take a look at the catalogue already at this time, you can order it under https://artbox-publish.myshopify.com/products/silke-sturm?_pos=1&_sid=41275e753&_ss=r and Amazon.
Many of the artists' works can also be viewed online on the artist's website at: https://atelier-sturm.de(end)