Hanjo Schmidts paintings are the departure from the smooth evenness of the beautiful facade to the core of the human being in its essence. His paintings represent the human being per se: an ambivalent existence, beautiful and at the same time ugly, vulnerable and brusque, searching and denying, showing and hiding. Our look at the paintings is like a look in the mirror reflecting upon ourselves.
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