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Maureen Jeram

The human body plays a central role in Maureen Jeram’s canvases; they re-enact the classical realist tradition of painting which thrived from the Renaissance until Modernist abstractions emerged in early 20th-century painting. Dreamscapes, landscapes, Doppelgaenger, irregular shadows emerge behind the human figures. The visible is no longer to be simply recognized but also triggers another mental image of space and experience and contemplates the interaction between fantasies and images.

* 1971 in USA, lives and works in Berlin, Germany.