Lothar Hempel – The Story of The Old New Girls

Last day to see Lothar Hempel‘s works in Paris. For his fourth solo exhibition at art: concept, Lothar Hempel presents a brand new series of paintings that mix oil-colour, crayon, collage, acrylic, print, stains, drips, scratches, sheddings, smears and splatters. These intriguing paintings are filled with unintentional signs that result from the multiplicity of the layers applied by the artist, who wants to take us on an adventure in an unknown story.

Who are they? On one of the painting, one can see a slender silhouette, her glance lost somewhere we don’t know. Is she a model? Does she come from the East? Does she live in the West? On another one a little girl from the Hmong tribe appears, hiding between the thick foliage of a forest that has the appearance of a luscious LSD trip; is she hiding from her harassing life in the golden triangle, growing…

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