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Ines Doleschal
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* 1972 in Waiblingen
 
Paintress and graphic artist
 
Ines Doleschal's artistic focus is primarily on urban architecture. By deconstructing and reassembling buildings captured in photographs or drawings, she creates color-intensive paintings and collages that – alternating between two- and three-dimensionality – show both bold and precise spatial structures and architectural details. In her “Folds” series, she goes one step further, dissolves space and continually finds new differentiations of surfaces, edges and colors. The Bauhaus is also a great source of inspiration for the artist, for example in her explorations of the masters’ houses and in the series “Bauhaus, female”.
 
Ines Doleschal studied at the University of Tübingen, Goldsmith’s College London, the Art Academy Münster and the University of the Arts in Berlin. Since 2000 she has presented her works in numerous solo and group exhibitions. In addition to her artistic work, Ines Doleschal also works as a curator and as a co-initiator of actions for the visibility of women artists in the exhibition business. Ines Doleschal lives and works in Berlin.