ALEXANDER ESTERS, WEISSES TUCH, WEISSER TELLER, WEISSES EI
November 5 – December 22, 2010

Alexander Esters, Kommeniezuspadt, 2010, Oil-, acrylyc-, printing paint, colored pencil & PVC-print on<br>nettle, 200 x 160 cm, Courtesy VAN HORN, Dusseldorf, Photo(c)Alex KrausAlexander Esters, Die Machtmenschler, 2010, Oil-,Acrylic-,Printing Paint, Colored Pencil & PVC-Print on<br>Nettle, 230 x 190 cm, Courtesy VAN HORN, Dusseldorf, Photo(c)Alex KrausAlexander Esters, hort ihr die signale, 2010, Colored Pencil & PVC-Print on Nettle, 220 x 167, 5 cm<br>Courtesy VAN HORN, Dusseldorf, Photo(c)Alex KrausAlexander Esters, Der Venus, 2010, Oil-,Acrylic-, Printing Paint, Colored Pencil & PVC-Print on Nettle, 196 x 174 cm<br>Courtesy VAN HORN, Dusseldorf, Photo(c)Alex KrausAlexander Esters, Wovon Man Nicht Sprechen Kann, Daruber Muss Man Schweigen, 2010<br>Paint, Pencil & Print on Nettle, 230 x 190 cm, Courtesy VAN HORN, Dusseldorf, Photo(c)Alex Kraus
Alexander Esters, Brummer, 2010, Oil-,Acrylic-, Printing Paint, Colored Pencil & PVC-Print on Nettle<br>230 x 190 cm, Courtesy VAN HORN, Dusseldorf, Photo(c)Alex KrausAlexander Esters, Dicke Lippe, 2010, Oil-,Acrylic-,Printing Paint, Colored Pencil & PVC-Print on Nettle<br>160 x 130 cm, Courtesy VAN HORN, Dusseldorf, Photo(c)Alex KrausAlexander Esters, Torwachter, 2010, Oil-,Acrylic-,Printing Paint, Colored Pencil & PVC-Print on Nettle<br>130 x 99 cm, Courtesy VAN HORN, Dusseldorf, Photo(c)Alex KrausAlexander Esters, Die Kerze An Zwei Enden Gleichzeitig Anbrennen Wollen, 2010, Glass, metal,<br>ourtesy VAN HORN, Dusseldorf, Photo(c)Alex KrausAlexander Esters, Weisses Tuch, Weisser Teller, Weisses Ei, 2010, Echt antique glass, metal &<br>fired glass paint, c.59 x 47 cm, Courtesy VAN HORN, DusseldorfPhoto(c)Alex Kraus

“Weisses Tuch, Weisser Teller, Weisses Ei” is Alexander Esters’ third solo show at VAN HORN as well as his first exhibition in the new gallery space. Ester shows new large-format paintings, new drawings and glass pieces. The works are large, small, colorful, hard, soft, tender, wild and, as always, full of imagination and energy.