Amsterdam, self, Netherlands
About Immo Jalass
Immo Jalass Born 1938 in Hamburg, Germany. Autodidact (self taught). Exibitions 1962 Bauzentrum Hamburg, Esplanade - Drawings and Oilpaintings 1963 Gallery in Dordrecht, Netherlands - Drawings 1965 Galerie BÃ¼rdeke, ZÃ¼rich, Schweiz - Oilpaintings 1966 Galerie Ivan Spence, Ibiza, Spain - Oilpaintings 1968 Kunstcentrum T'Venster, Rotterdam - Acrylpaintings 1969 Galerie Mickery, Loenersloot, Netherlands - object and project 1969 Galerie Seriaal, Nieuwezijds Voorburgwal, Amsterdam, Netherlands - Serials 1969 Participating the 6th Atelier-Exposition Stedlijk Museum Amsterdam (see museumjournal) 1969 Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam - Participating Groupexposition "Op losse schroeven" - Objects and Projects 1970 until 1999 Yoga. Since 2000 I am working on the computer (digital art) 2010 5 januari t/m 31 maart Vijzelgracht 45, printings en sculptures 2010 10 januari t/m 30 januari 2010 groupexposition Galerie Plein 7, 1053 ZV Amsterdam 9 mei t/m 30 mei 2010 soloexposition printings and sculptures, Galerie Plein 7, Da Costaplein 7, 1053 ZV Amsterdam, Tel.: 020-6183388 2011 March 26th - April 16th, "Distorted Cities to Rob and Lie" RadaÐ¯ - Architecture & Art Amsterdam, Rozengracht 77 A exposition Immo Jalass, March 26th - April 16th 2011 Opening: March 26th, 17h 2011 August 12th - August 27th, "Summer on a soliary beach" inbetween in the following Internetgalleries: http://www.jalass.artists.de The jpg files can be printed in any technical possible size and / or manner on all possible materials without loss in form or color. Immo Jalass
One of Jalass early oilpaintings now on auction at
You are invited to enjoy, comment and bid. Thank you. Immo at http://galeriejalass.tripod.com
Artist of the month at ASC:
Elizabeth Hoeveler (ASC) commenting Immo Jalass's artworks
How many dimensions can we see? Three, on a 'normal day. On a 'normal' day, however, I mightbe fooled into thinking I'm somewhere else - or many other places at the same time, while looking
at Immo Jalass's digital offerings. I can cross dimensions and have a foot in several. I can extend the one dimension I'm in and reshape it to my wish. I can focus on a fruit color and have that color move back or forward out of the fruit bowl. Immo Jalass makes us realize what scientific minds have been talking about for years - If I were teaching Quantum Physics this would be part of my tutorial - even the sleepiest student would be galvanized into realizing that, not only is this art,
but quantum textbook illustrations of 'leaping ' exercises. Look at these pictures, the math can come later. Like someone learning music - hear the songs, play the songs and learn the sheet symbols later...It is first about the feeling you get and the realization of something new and fantastic.
I am sure you get the general idea. I think Jalass has the most visionary point of view this commenter has seen in a while. I love all kinds of art. Art can make you feel good, it can lift you up or throw you down - Good art makes you feel and if it makes you feel AND makes you think, even
better. Jalass's work definitely makes my cogs turn. Please take a look and come to your own conclusions. I don't want to push this down anyone's throat - it sometimes takes getting used to - but I think you'll come around.
Meanwhile, we also have examples of his work from the 60's., pretty edgy and evocative - stands the test of time in my view. He has sculpted with plaster and painted with oils and acrylic.
Here's a bio written by the artist:
Born 1938 in Hamburg, Germany. Autodidact (self taught).
Immo Jalass is a German artist known in The Netherlands for his work at the end of the sixties that culminated in an group exhibition at the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam in 1969.In the new millennium, the artist has dedicated himself to computer art. After replacing the easel
with a computer monitor and the palette of oil colors with digital graphics programs he is creating digital images that are printed in only one certified copy on different media according with the practical
and aesthetic needs and demands. The images presented by the artist are imaginary landscapes, abstract expanses or shots of cities that seem to be taken on another planet.
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