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Anselm Reyle

Long Exposure Images

Anselm Reyle

Anselm Reyle. Untitled (#23), 2023

I am interested in something that possesses the qualities required to become a cliché. I try to capture the essence and enhance it in such a way that it regains the capacity to really move the viewer. Anselm Reyle

In his new body of work Reyle explores the medium of photography. The images, taken in urban environments during the night, depict abstract, colorful light compositions. Captured while using long exposure times, the flashy advertisements, street signs and other artificial lights dissolve into pure beams of color, disguising their original function. Similarly to his neon installations, Reyle uses the medium of light to draw in space - a kind of gestural painting using a camera and an artificial light source. 

The series of photographs can therefore be placed within Reyle’s artistic practice, which is characterized by a strong influence from gestural painting as well as by the incorporation of found objects, often from urban space, e.g. neon tubes or silver foils.

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Anselm Reyle

Untitled (#1), 2023

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Anselm Reyle

Untitled (#10), 2023

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Anselm Reyle

Untitled (#12), 2023

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Anselm Reyle

Untitled (#13), 2023

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Anselm Reyle

Untitled (#28), 2023

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Untitled (#44), 2023

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Artist

Anselm Reyle

1970 (Germany)

In the late 1990s, Anselm Reyle (b. 1970, T√ľbingen, Germany) began to create large-scale abstract paintings, found-objects sculptures, and installations all incorporating¬† radiant neon colors. Exploring unconventional materials such as Mylar foil or mirrors, Reyle expands upon the prevailing aesthetics of painting and sculpture. His practice is characterized by the use of various found objects that have been removed from their original functional setting , altered visually and recontextualized.

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