The genres of still life, landscape and portraiture – so often accused of limiting the experience and expression of art – are, for Friedrich Franke, a way to subtly confuse the distinctions between object and context. In his modestly scaled canvases, which Franke paints from memory and life, there is a certain intensity that reads as a knowing intimacy with the fragility and isolation of everyday life.
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