Norma (Three Stars)
By Eva Berendes
Francesca Gavin is a prolific arts writer and curator. Based between Berlin and London as Visual Arts Editor of Dazed & Confused and Art Editor of Twin, Gavin is also the curator of the Soho House art collection. Internationally recognised, she possesses a global outlook, having put together permanent displays of art previously in Berlin, Miami, New York, New York and London. She has also written five books including “The Book of Hearts”, “100 New Artists” and “Hell Bound: New Gothic Art”.
- 50 x 70 cm
- No of editions
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German crafted professional grade frames in black and white individually crafted for Absolut Art and chosen by the curators and artists to best fit the artworks.
The frames are magnetic so they are super easy to use - you can switch out your prints in a matter of minutes.
- 6 millimeter aluminum frames
- UV proof plexiglass
- Magnetic open / close
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About Eva Berendes
Eva’s artworks include all shapes and sizes
“I think of my practise as painting in an expansive sense, which involves a deep relationship between architecture, the object and the body of the viewer.”
Eva Berendes’ work is marked by a systematic use of colour against a backdrop of geometry. Whether it is a series of steel rods that are welded together before lacquer is applied on top, or steel grids adorned with chain, rope and textiles, her work creates spatial experiences that relate not only to the site where work is installed, but also to the scale of the viewer who observes the work. Berendes has created a series of posters for Absolut Art. They are inspired by specific sections of brochures that come from the supermarket adjacent to her studio. Previously used in the artist’s larger sculptural works, the posters investigate how cheap and pragmatic design is connected to the abstract spaces where the store’s products are displayed.