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|minimum price || 1.900 €|
|price estimate || 2.800 €|
Zwei Dalmatiner - oder einer, der geteilt auf den beiden Bildhälften tollt, ein bedrohlicher Himmel und rätselhafte Hügel - String Quartet No. 13 von Beethoven gibt Rätsel auf. Im Kontrast zu den Erwartungen einem Moll-Stück hüpft die Komposition fröhlicher dahin, bei Beethoven wie auch bei Mourad. Die Künstlerin arbeitet immer figurativ, lässt aber viel Raum für die Fantasie.
|size || 110 x 120 cm|
|signature || Verso signiert|
|frame || Ungerahmt|
|technique || Oil on Canvas|
Amalia Mourad was born (1992) and raised in Berkeley, California. She currently lives and works in Berlin. In 2013 Mourad graduated with a painting major from the College of Creative Studies at the University of California Santa Barbara. In 2016, Mourad obtained an MFA Fine Arts degree from the School of Visual Arts in New York. After graduating she co-founded the artist collective Fruit Exchange Studios in Brooklyn. Mourad has shown her work in New York, California, Miami, Montreal, Berlin, Madrid, and Lisbon and been represented at art fairs such as PULSE and Spring Break Art Show. In 2017, she was invited to participate in a one-month residency at Espositivo in Madrid and in 2020 she completed a second one-month residency at PADA Studios in Lisbon. Her work has been featured in numerous publications including twice as a Noteworthy artist in New American Paintings.
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