is represented in Biennale, although she is no longer with us.
Sonia Delaunay was a key figure in the Parisian avant-garde of the interwar years. Born to a Jewish Ukrainian family and raised in Saint Petersburg, at the age of eighteen Delaunay enrolled at the Academy of Fine Arts in Karlsruhe, Germany. In 1905 she relocated to Paris, where Post-Impressionism and Cubism were dominant in the city’s galleries. In this highly experimental climate, Delaunay and her husband Robert pioneered Simultanism, a style of abstract painting that emphasises the transcendental effects of the interaction between colours. Although like Carla she is no longer with us she is represented at Bienniale.
Gabrielle is an American painter living in Berlin, Germany who abstracts reality to explore the human condition’s relationship to nature through modernist painting approaches.
Artists Wona Bae (South Korea) and Charlie Lawler (Australia) are a collaborative duo based in Melbourne, known internationally for their installations and sculptures that navigate the visceral and symbiotic connections between people and nature. Seeking balance and harmony. Their work combines installation, sculpture, relief, sound, and photographs documenting ephemeral interventions.
Lynn is no longer with us. Zürcher is showing her Paintings from 1974-2022.