Leonard Korbus: Point of View
3. - 26. September 2021

Leonard Korbus
AD 7, 2020
colored pencils on paper
16,5 × 11,7 inches
(42 × 29,7 cm)

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Leonard Korbus - AD 7, 2020, colored pencils on paper

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Leonard Korbus: Point of View

Finissage with the artist on Sunday, September 26th, 2021, 12 - 6 pm. Leonard Korbus, born in Mainz in 1991, studied fine arts in Halle at Burg Giebichenstein, in Vienna at the Academy of Fine Arts and in Leipzig at the HGB. In 2019 he wrote his theoretical diploma thesis entitled "Der Wille zum Überblick" ("The will to have an overall view") on the view from an elevated standpoint. In it he deals with the history of elevated standpoints and their effect.

The exhibition "Point of View" shows works by the artist that illustrate his exploration of urban space and viewpoints in a landscape. A central painting in the exhibition is “St. Kiliansberg”, which was made for the 2020 Riesling St. Kiliansberg from Bott winery. The wine, which has been named “Rheingauer Großes Gewächs”, is being released this year in a limited edition with the label by Leonard Korbus.