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Indefinableness of Life
Floating geometric configuration, semi-transparent mist, mutated soft mechanical organs, living organism intermediate between human being, lactation, fish, insect and even plant, present a psychedelic and enticing visual effects with lots of fantastic imagination in Jutta’s painting world. Jutta is an artist who excels in both skills and reflection. At the beginning of 21st century, when the human beings are increasingly mutated by science and technology, visual art is also experiencing the difficulty of evolution with constantly retrofitting in forms. However, Jutta doesn’t agree the claim of so-called “painting died”, and is trying patiently to create a unique dreamland on the drawing paper with pigments.
Except many years of concentration on pure abstract painting, Jutta’s professional background is different from that of most of the artists; her art career begins with costume design. When she was designing the costumes for some drama troupes, she fully realized the charm from the resultant force of an integrated professional team and she also found a variety of possibilities of technique expressions of art at the same time. Her recent series of works obviously indicate her influence by geometric abstractionists and the Surrealists. However, Jutta isn’t bounded by this, she infiltrates her own understanding of life and science and technique into her delicate colors and shapes.
The basic symbol appeared in Jutta’s latest works are the symbolic organic substance based on women’s bodies and organs. These symbols are increasingly growing and differentiating into half mechanical and half living illusions. Life is predisposed to be indefinable; especially in Jutta’s works, life forms are always in the process of transforming into electronic mechanical symbols, which sometimes are in the form of gestating placenta, sometimes flying wings, sometimes voluble limbs and trunks, sometimes pervaded electric wave, sometimes injection engine and sometimes clips of movies. Due to her love for Book of Changes and Lao Tzu, her understanding of life is also featuring strong oriental characteristic; in her opinion, all the essence of lives, both plants and animals, the macrocosmic and the microcosmic, should be coherent, no matter how they extend, transfigure, disassemble or combine.
Jutta’s works indicate a combination of sense and sensibility. She depicts the charm of life with fabled figures and soberly observes the whirligig of times with her critical eyes, by which she has successfully shaped a legend full of colors of future with her science-fiction-like creation. Source: Li Xu: Director of   Shanghai Art Museum and Curator of the 7th Shanghai Biennale

Works

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Jutta Bobbe "Move all the way around" # B 5 (A), 2015, 150 x 180 cm, oil on canvas, courtsy artist
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Jutta Bobbe "Move all the way around" # B 5 (B), 2015, 150 x 180 cm, oil on canvas, courtsy artist
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Jutta Bobbe "Move all the way around" # A 7, 2016, 145 x 112 cm, oil on canvas, courtsy artist
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Jutta Bobbe "Move all the way around", # A 5, 2016, 145 x 112 cm, oil on canvas, courtsy artist
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Jutta Bobbe "Move all the way around", # K 1, 2016, 90 x 60 cm, oil on canvas, courtsy artist
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Jutta Bobbe "Move all the way around", # CK 0, 2016, 60 x 90 cm, oil on canvas, courtsy artist
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Jutta Bobbe "Move all the way around", # RB 8, 2016, 80 x 60 cm, oil on canvas, courtsy artist
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Jutta Bobbe "Move all the way around", # BK 1, 2016, 60 x 40 cm, oil on canvas, courtsy artist
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"Reflected fields" # 1, 2012, 29,7 x 42 cm, Marker Pen on Paper, Courtsy Artist
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"Reflected fields" # 3, 2012, 29,7 x 42 cm, Marker Pen on Paper, Courtsy Artist
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Ohne Titel, 2005, Bleistift,Oel und Copywriter auf Papier, 84 x 59,4 cm, Courtesy Artist
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Ohne Titel, Ohne Titel, 2005, Bleistift, Oel und Copywriter auf Papier, 84 x 59,4 cm, Courtesy Artist
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Ohne Titel, 2006, Oel auf Papier, 84 x 59,4 cm, Courtesy Artist
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Ohne Titel, 2007, Oel auf Papier, 140 x 100 cm, Courtesy Artist
Geheime, akribisch konstruierte Welten, in denen sich Landschaften, Objekte und Zustände zwischen technischer Auflösung und organischen Metamorphosen befinden, erzeugen eine Gefühl der Entrückung. Das Glück im Geheimnis, in spiritueller Übersinnlichkeit suchen, so wie New Age und Esoterik in der kosmischen Ganzheitlichkeit die Objekt-Subjekt-Spaltung überwinden wollen. (Via Lewandowsky,VERGLÜCKT NOCH MAL)

2016
- JUTTA BOBBE, Cipa Gallery, Beijing, China (S)
- MOVE ALL THE WAY AROUND, Yard Gallery, Shanghai, China (S)

2015
-TIMELINE, Hong Kong Contemporary Art Museum, Guangzhou, China (S) (C)
-REFLECTION, Himalayas Art Museum Zendai MoMa, Zhujiajiao Shanghai, China (S)

2014
-THE PAINTING EXHIBITION OF FOREIGN AND CHINESE ARTIST, Auckland, New Zealand
-HUANGSHAN - TAIHANG, Chinese and foreign Artist, Chinese People's University Art Museum, Beijing, China
-ANOTHER UTOPIA-- SHANGHAI ABSTRCT ART - NOMAD, Mingyuan Art Museum, Shanghai, China
-HIDDEN IN THE MARKET, 50 M MOVEMENT, Performance/ Sculpture, International Art Festival, Dongguan, China

2013
-NO LIMIT: MADE IN CHINMANY, German Embassy Beijing, China (S) (C)
-INSIGHTFUL CHARISMA, Shanghai Himalayas Art Museum, Shanghai, China (C)

2012
-ART & DESIGN 100, White Box Museum of Art, Beijing, China (C)
-GUI QU LAI XI, Shenghu Art Museum, Beijing, China (C)

2011
-SUPER REALITY, SUPER PRIVACY, VISION, Exhibition on Paper, UCCA, Ullens Center for Contemporary Art, Beijing, China
-WHITE LIMITED, MADE IN CHINMANY, Hong Kong Contemporary Art Museum, Beijing, China (C)
-NATURAL AND ITS MODERN FORMS, Mingyuan Art Museum, Shanghai, China (C)

2010
-FOR THE FIRST TIME, K4 Gallery, Munich, Germany

2009
-ENLIVEN- IN BETWEEN REALITIES AND FICTION, Animamix Biennal, Today Art Museum, Beijing and Guangdong Art Museum, Guangzhou, China

2008
-MERGING ´ EMERING -ART, UTOPIA AND VIRTUAL REALITY, MoCA, Museum of Contemporary Art, Shanghai, China

2006
-SECRET CIRCLE, Refined Nest Gallery, Shanghai, China (S) (C)
-VERGLÜCKT NOCH MAL, Ute Parduhn Gallery, Duesseldorf, Germany
-INNER SPACE, Artist Project for New Music and Art, European Center of Arts, Hellerau, Germany

2005
First Travel to China

2004
-ARTIKLATION LIGETI+++, Academy of the Arts, Berlin, Germany

2002/3
German Opera, Berlin, Germany

2001
-JUTTA BOBBE, H&K GALLERY, Zurich, Switzerland (S)

(S) = Solo  (C) = Catalog

Jutta
Jutta Bobbe
born 1972
in Hildesheim (Germany)
lives and works in Berlin / Germany and Beijing/ China
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2016
MOVE ALL THE WAY AROUND, Yard Gallery, Shanghai, China (S)

2015
TIMELINE, Hong Kong Contemporary Art Museum, Guangzhou, China (S) (C)

2015
REFLECTION, Himalayas Art Museum Zendai MoMa, Zhujiajiao Shanghai, China (S)

Hong Kong Contemporary Art Museum,
TIMELINE,         
Guangzhou / China, 2015
108 P., Paperback
( chinese / english )

Mingyuan Art Museum
ANOTHER UTOPIA
SHANGHAI ABSTRACT ART
Shanghai,  China, 2014
240 P., Paperback
( chinese )

WHITE BOX, Museum of Art
ART & DESIGN 100
Beijing, China, 2012
100 P., Paperback
( chinese / english )

Shenghu Lake Art Museum (Hg.)
“GUI QU LAI XI”,
Beijing, China, 2012,
2 x 223 P., Paperback  
( chinese )

VISION - Magazine
SUPER - REAL AND SUPER - PRIVATE
Beijing, China,  2011
( chinese / english )
ISBN: 9 771671339102

Mingyuan Art Center ( Hg.):
NATURE AND ITS MODERN FORMS
Shanghai, China, 2011
302 P., Paperback
( chinese / english )

Hong Kong Contemporary Art Museum
YUAN SHUN & JUTTA BOBBE
WHITE LIMITED: MADE IN CHINMANY
Beijing, China, 2010    
70 P., Paperback
( chinese / english )

Museum of Contemporary Art, MoCA
MERGING EMERGING-ART,
UTOPIA  AND VIRTUAL REALITY
Shanghai,China 2008,  DVD
( chinese / english )

Refined Nest Gallery
JUTTA BOBBE
Shanghai, China  2006
36 P. Paperback
( chinese / english )