Katinka Fischer, Freie culture journalist (art kaleidoscope, Frankfurt a. M., FAZ u.a.)

Kerstin Jeckel's instinctive intuition for new tones, subtle nuances, and undreamed of harmonies creates an abundance of color.

Kerstin Jeckel (* 1960) lives and works in Wiesbaden. Jeckel's paintings - whether in large, spacious format, in her mosaic-like series or in her miniatures on paper - are tendernesses between colors. Minimalist in the design, the artist always seeks to produce a harmonious consonance of the tones and values. She succeeds. Starting from a fundamental interest in the aesthetic virtue of the colors, in particular at points of contact and interfaces as well as their spatial, corporeal relief, her paintings move from abstraction to the symbolic object. Figurative ornaments and above all the forms of nature with blossoms, leaves, tendrils and roots inspire Jeckel's art. Jeckel offers the viewer wonderfully powerful, heart-warming art.

Vita

  • 1976 – 1979 Qualification as Management Assistant in Publishing, subsequently working as such
  • 1983 – 1989 Studies of painting + art theory at HfBK Städelschule in Frankfurt am Main (with Thomas Bayrle, Johannes Schreiter and Raimer Jochims)
  • Since 1987 Exhibitions + projects, cultural corporate consulting, concepts and advisory board for institutional exhibition series

Solo Exhibitions

2017 „VOYAGE OUT – TO SEE THE MATTERS", Kunsthaus Wiesbaden, Doppelschau mit Karl-Martin Hartmann
2010 "GRASSLANDS", Museum im Wehener Schloss, Taunusstein-Wehen

2003

"WIESBADEN GOES BERLIN", Hessische Landesvertretung, Berlin

1995 „PACE-MAKER", Nassauischer Kunstverein NKV, Wiesbaden

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