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The mostly monochrome paintings by Erwin van Krey are often based on photographs and are originated since the mid-1980s. In the scenic cut-out of modern everyday life, characterized by the office armchair at work and the sailboat at the weekend, they come close to Photorealism, but their style is an alienation that freezes the subject into the unreal.
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