CONCEPT / KONZEPT Views on Chinese Erotic Art. From 16th to 20th Century

Die juengste Serie „Views on Chinese Erotic Art. From 16th to 20th Century“ (2011) entstand als unmittelbare Fortführung der „308 Views on Plants and Trees“ (2011), in der Voigt erstmals Notationsverfahren und Collagetechnik kombiniert. Fokus der neuen Collagen bilden, anders als zuvor die Pflanzenwelt, Gemälde der Ausstellung „Der chinesische Lustgarten – Erotische Kunst aus der Sammlung Bertholet“ in der Ostasiatischen Kunstsammlung in den Museen Dahlem (2011)….Weiterlesen KONZEPT Views on chinese erotic art_D.pdf

The latest series “Views on Chinese Erotic Art. From 16th to 20th Century” (2011) was produced as a direct
continuation of the “308 Views on Plants and Trees” (2011), in which Voigt combined notation methods and
collage technique for the first time. The new collages, in contrast to the previous concentration on the plant world,
focus on paintings in the exhibition “The Chinese Garden of Lust – Erotic Art from the Bertholet Collection” in the
East Asian Art Collection of the Berlin State Museums in Dahlem (2011)…continue to read CONCEPT Views on chinese erotic art_EN.pdf

Detail from: An Amorous Bath From the album Red Shoes Ink and colours on paper, 19th c., Anonymous, Collection Ferdinand Bertholet
Detail from: An Amorous Bath From the album Red Shoes Ink and colours on paper, 19th c., Anonymous, Collection Ferdinand Bertholet
(I) + (II) 100 Views: An Amorous Bath (From the album “Red Shoes”, China, 19th Century; Countdown-Countup; Rotationsrichtung/ Rotationsgeschwindigkeit/ Umdrehungen pro Tag; No Movement; Himmelsrichtung (N-S) Jorinde Voigt Berlin 2011 101,6 x 64,8 cm Farbiges Velin- & Ingrespapier, Beistift, Tinte auf Aquarellpapier Unikat, Signiert, (WV 2011-154 + 155)
(I) + (II) 100 Views: An Amorous Bath (From the album “Red Shoes”, China, 19th Century; Countdown-Countup; Rotationsrichtung/ Rotationsgeschwindigkeit/ Umdrehungen pro Tag; No Movement; Himmelsrichtung (N-S) Jorinde Voigt Berlin 2011 101,6 x 64,8 cm Farbiges Velin- & Ingrespapier, Beistift, Tinte auf Aquarellpapier Unikat, Signiert, (WV 2011-154 + 155)