01/04/2007

VALERIE VOGT

VALERIE VOGT

Vogt Valérie  - Sans titre - 35 X 50 cm - 2006

She first modestly participated to some competitions and group shows in which she immediately was seen as the author of shock paintings. Valerie Vogt is a true specialist of colour analysis and the moving spots of these colours have a true presence and a lot of musical echo when you look at the canvas. As a suite of this tendency, she illustrated covers for compact disks and especially for the European Union Youth Orchestra. She did it as well for classical and for baroque music.

The Master Pierre Bartholomée wrote her work impressed deeply the musicians but the simple music lover quickly understands the meaning of her work completely without violence but always full of joy and interior light.

Let us underline that the artist (born in Munich in 1958) is coming from a place where music is everywhere and the sunlight is stronger than in our low plains along the sea.These are not the only guidelines to follow when visiting her exhibition but one main line that shows the orchestra like aspect of the presentation.

Valerie Vogt uses largely the mixed media and shows some respect for any material. She does not mix up everything in a free and sometimes bad manner but she observed the power of each technical mean and just use it properly.

She has shown in numerous group and a few individual exhibitions and she is now alone along the rails of the gallery that accepted her friendly since 2003 and this is a true celebration of light, music and colour at the right moment flowers come out everywhere.

Anita NARDON.

Galerie Alber Ier,
rue de la Madeleine 45,
1000 Brussels
phone 02 512 19 44

from April 18 to May 18, 2007
Tuesday to Saturday from 1 to 7 pm
Sunday from 11 am to 1 pm.


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