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New Works at Art Basel

We have a few new watercolours and paintings at Art Basel with Peter Kilchmann Gallery

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Video: Künstlergespräch mit Heinz Stahlhut im Kunsthaus Grenchen

Heinz Stahlhut spricht mit Uwe Wittwer in den Räumen der Ausstellung "Uwe Wittwer – Die schwarzen Sonnen" Gemälde, Aquarelle und Inkjetprints 24. März - 26. Mai 2019.
Aufgezeichnet am 15. April 2019: vimeo.com/338856580

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Review of our show in Neue Zürcher Zeitung

Philipp Meier wrote a beautifully poetic and at the same time poignant review of our current show "Im Walde" at Galerie Peter Kilchmann, published in today's paper and online 

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Still Painting Still Lifes

The exhibition "The Spoils of Ward" with 94 new still lifes opens in Berlin this Friday, 28. September, 18 - 21h at Galerie Judin. The paintings are based on the Daisy Linda Ward collection on permanent display at the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford. Uwe's interpretations are on canvases of the same dimensions as the originals. Custom all black frames in the classical Dutch style have been made specifically for these works. The Judin Gallery are showing all works inside their large Berlin space until 10. November 2018.

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Journeys with ‘The Waste Land’

"Uwe Wittwer, 'Cracking Glass (after Jarman)' (2014). Unique inkjet prints, 24 parts, 45 × 75 cm each. — In preparing his 2015 exhibition 'The King's Tear', Uwe Wittwer was inspired by both Derek Jarman and T.S. Eliot to create a major new work, 'Cracking Glass (after Jarman)', a 28-part inkjet work in which each element depicts a still from Jarman’s film ‘The Last of England’ (1987), interwoven with handwritten texts from Eliot’s ‘The Waste Land’ (1922). Together these elements suggest a new interconnected whole but suggest fractured alternative versions of both film and poem.
— Wittwer's work will be included in a new exhibition, 'Journeys with ‘The Waste Land’', opening at the Herbert Art Museum and Art Gallery on 15 September. This exhibition explores the contemporary significance of T.S. Eliot’s seminal poem and the way it has resonated with artists over the years, and has been led by independent curator, Michael Tooby, organised by the Mead Gallery and the Herbert Art Gallery in association with Coventry Cathedral, in collaboration with Turner Contemporary in Margate. — For further information please visit www.theherbert.org"

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