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Kerstin Roolfs
by Joyce Korotkin
The New York Art World, January 2001

Kerstin Roolfs figurative black and white paintings, and small ink drawings and collages, present images of people who, although portrayed together in the same pictorial space, appear to be dissociated from each other in a vaguely disturbing way. As with Lieberman, this work suggests narratives which are not readily accessible. Especially disquieting are Roolfs drawings of deform- ed babies, inspired by pathology displays at a medical facility at the University of Berlin.


Woman

Woman
Kerstin Roolfs
2000
Oil on Linen
72 x 60 inches


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Jason Florio, The Long Fight for Kawtoolie, 2012

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Antonio Carreno, Messineo Art Projects / Wyman Contemporary, 2011

Jill Nathanson at Messineo Art Projects and Wyman Contemporary

Jill Nathansonís Quiet Vision, 2010

Paul Vickery - Past Imperfect Future Tense, 2010

Jason Florio, Black and White Magazine, 2009

Gema Alava: Tell Me the Truth, 2008

An Alchemist's Reverie, Picture Magazine, Fall 2002

Robert Stivers, Black & White Magazine, June 2001

Sylvia Schuster, The New York Art World, January 2001

Kerstin Roolfs, The New York Art World, January 2001

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