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Sara Sosnowy on Deborah Nehmad

BURNS
DOTS
NUMBERS
LETTERS
HOLES
DENSE
LOOSE
RAIN
ACID RAIN
TAR
SMOKE



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Frank Badur on Sara Sosnowy


Sara Sosnowy’s Gold Drawing # 77 evokes the fact that the value system of any society is shaped and defined by a continuous process of cultural interchange. Sosnowy’s very intensive work on paper appears, on the one hand, as a subtle reference to the reductive work of the French artist Yves Klein. On the other hand, her delicate drawing opens the door to intercultural dialogue with India’s ritualistic tantric art, the principal quality of which lies in its complex creative freedom. In this art form we encounter small colorful gouaches on paper, as well as abstract diagrams visualizing complex principles of cosmic order.

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