August 23, 2006
Susanne Vielmetter Los Angeles Projects presents a series of 13 black paintings by Jutta Koether. “Both the color black and the number 13 are rich with cultural and historical meaning, so in these paintings the wealth of connotations is fused with a reflection of mood, emotion, and rational concepts on a simultaneous level… Jutta Koether emerged from the art scene in Cologne at the time when Martin Kippenberger and the German ‘Neue Wilde’ painters, such as the artists of the group ‘Muelheimer Freiheit’, first received international attention. She is a painter, performer, musician, and writer… She was included in this year’s Whitney Biennial and her work is currently featured in a solo exhibition at the Koelnischer Kunstverein in Cologne, Germany… This is Jutta Koether’s second exhibition at the gallery…” (excerpts from the PR). Impressions from the summer reception and short interview with Susanne Vielmetter. Susanne Vielmetter Projects Los Angeles, August 19, 2006. By VTV correspondents Parichard Holm, Slim K and Gerold Wunstel.
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