Text by Jennifer Higgie
A comprehensive study of the exuberant paintings made by German artist Sabine Moritz over the last five years.
"…her approach to picture-making is a testament to the fact that perception is a complicated activity. Weaving nimbly between figuration and abstraction, from micro to macro, she refuses to privilege a single way of representing the world."
- Jennifer Higgie, excerpted from "Again and again, the paintings of Sabine Moritz" to be published in Sabine Moritz: Paintings 2017-2021.