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Elvira Bach Elvira Bach - Biography

Elvira Bach, who was the only woman among the 'Junge Wilde' [Young Wild Ones], is regarded an important representative of German neo-expressionism.
Her expressive-figurative work, which winkingly revolves around the topics of femininity, erotic and role models, often showing Elvira Bach as the subject, finds expression in various artistic genres: powerful prints and paintings in strong colors, vases, glass- and bronze sculptures, cubic objects and sculptures of heads are characterized by Elvira Bach's unmistakable style that combines neo-expressive jazziness with distanced irony and a soft feminity.
Works by Elvira Bach have been shown in numerous exhibitions and can be found in international museums such as the Artothek Nuremberg, the AyN in Madrid, the 'Kunstmuseum Walter' in Augsburg, the 'Städtische Galerie' Wolfsburg and the Vancouver Art Gallery.



 
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