Christine Jaksch was born in 1984 in Rosenheim. Her talent and interest in expressive colors and shapes earlier on paved the way for her artistic career. With time, she focused more on abstract painting. In recent years, Jaksch has now drawn attention to her talent through international art fairs and expressions with her abstract, expressive style. Among the women in art, Christine Jaksch is now one of the most recognized artists of contemporary art. Her works primarily document changes and reflect on different development processes. With her distinct technique of application and abstraction through which she creates the typical broken figures and cracked structures, the artistic character is now also evident in her latest art project (Lacquer & Leather).
Acrylic on canvas / Lacquer & Leather
The artistic expression and her individual handwriting can be found in the broken forms, dissolving structures and the always returning black lines. The application and removal of color have a very significant role. Christine Jaksch uses the hereby typically cracked and torn shapes to demonstrate the time span of change and conversion of old and new structures.
Discover the new touch of leather painting by Christine Jaksch
The artist Christine Jaksch presents this polarizing and enticing theme in a new perspective: With Laquer & Leather, she aims to display modern leather art in a “sensual and inspiring” way.
The erotic aspect of lacquer & leather, the strong polarization, and the sensuality of the materials inspired Christine Jaksch to explore these materials in a new perspective. When it comes to art, there are neither clichés nor preconceptions. Art goes deeper, it is curious, and sometimes it comes from a rather playful theme. Art inspires us to take a closer look. Christine Jaksch experiences great pleasure in taking on new perspectives to elicit the conscious contention in her artistic work. Inspired by lacquer & leather, she primarily focused on the sensual aspect.
The result of her artistic work was a modern type of leather painting that has its distinct charms. Leather painting is a part of many cultural stories. With her new art project, Christine Jaksch contemporarily draws back on this tradition from the past. „Lacquer & Leather“ presents a harmonious interplay between the material charms, inspired by an imaginative insight into the art. Here, sensuality meets dominance in an aesthetic, sophisticated expression.
The new Heirs of Jackson Pollock, curated by Salvatore Russo. The curator select 50 artists from all over the world, to find the 50 painters who can be Pollock’s heirs. Next exhibition: October 2015 the Villa Castelnuovo / Palermo
“Christine Jakschs work documents the changes: Cracked forms and disintegrating structures dominate the large-format acrylic paintings. Jaksch proves in her artistic work, a sense of dynamic color variations. In her artworks she is succeeding, in a fascinating way, to represent sensitive expressions, with a expressive intensity of colour and shaping.”
Those of Christine Jaksch are works that investigate the dephts of the psyche and show the most intimate secrets. Between battles and visual contrasts, have origin these narratives that are often spokesman of the difficulty that the human being ist faced with, in the course of his life. A human being who seeks refuge in itself. A painting that has no need of silly cognitive shortcuts to be appreciated. A painting that is consonant with the figuration, and that has in the Informal art his inquisitive process. (Salvatore Russo)
Christine Jaksch was chosen by the art expert Reinhard Fuchs for his international project “Women in Art”, this presents an overview of the most important women in the art market. The simultaniously published illustrated book presents 512 of the most renowned and promising female artists and their creations from 54 countries over the course of the 11th century through the middle to the new age.
Jaksch was selected for the Art Compass 2015. A comprehensive printed compendium of all important living artists in painting, graphic arts, digital art, installation art, sculpture, beyond the hermetic circle of the top 100 protagonists of those List, that is yearly published by Mrs. Rohr-Bongard.
Our noteworthy Curatorial Review Committee was most impressed by the superb oeuvre such as „ANGER OF LOVE“ which resonates with a profound visual narrative as you reveal the invisible within the visible. The spiritual artistic journey that Jaksch portray in her stellar oeuvre was quite impressive and was a triumph of personal expression. Amsterdam Whitney International Fine Art, Ruthie Tucker (Executive Director – Curator), New York
„POSEIDON OF MODERNTIY“ generated a profound sense of symbolism while reflecting a universal message. We salute her on the aesthetically absorbing oeuvre which reverberates with a dynamic textural sense and powerful visceral shapes. Amsterdam Whitney International Fine Art Ruthie Tucker (Executive Director – Curator)
Jaksch compelling „MAGIC OF CHANGE“ conveys her unique artistic vision of capturing the impalpable as you seize the essence of the emotional and physical experience. Our Committee salutes Jaksch on the oeuvre with its important visual narrative and its emotional link to the human and artistic experience.