An over-painted printed matter of a museum advertisement functions as the basis for this composition. The over-painting serves as an under-painting that loops behind expressionist brushwork, while being even more obscured by paint. There is no hierarchy of representation, no differentiation among appropriated images, abstract gestures and graphic patterns.
Peter Vahlefeld | Voyage to the Exotic 2015 | 200 x 320 cm 4 panels | Cross Media on Canvas
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_5rqM2GMedc&feature=youtu.be
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Peter Vahlefeld | Voyage to the Exotic (Detail)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x6zG5viLEeU&feature=youtu.be
www.four-collections-and-one-artist.com/art/peter-vahlefeld/
Peter Vahlefeld | Voyage to the Exotic (Detail)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ca7VL-l2GbY&feature=youtu.be
www.uncorporate-image.com/art/peter-vahlefeld/
Peter Vahlefeld | Voyage to the Exotic (Detail)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gWvWfIx8NuA&feature=youtu.be
www.the-warhol-economy.com/art/peter-vahlefeld/
Peter Vahlefeld | Voyage to the Exotic (Detail)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i3fg1u3RbkY&feature=youtu.be
www.salon-populaire.com/art/peter-vahlefeld/