Tessa Perutz’s artworks function as psychological landscapes, touring the fields and valleys of the earth as well as the inner mind. Her works are a testimony to spontaneous exploration: pinpointed with anecdotes, hasty jottings and existential ponderings, Perutz’ oeuvre is shaped by processes of conceptualization and intuition, organically intertwining & informing one another. Paintings are echoed in others, mirroring seriality through repeated motifs and evocative use of colour.
A solo exhibition of Perutz’s work, How to Map the Infinite, took place at Casino Luxemburg in 2023.
Works from this artist
Tessa Perutz was born in Chicago, USA in 1988. She now lives and works in New York, USA.
Tessa Perutz’ work is part of public collections worldwide. These include the Fondation CAB (Brussels).
Perutz studied at the Slade School of Fine Art (London) and graduated with a BFA in painting from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
Her work has been featured in exhibitions at Super Super Markt (Cologne), Casino Luxembourg – Forum d’Art Contemporain (Luxembourg), ATM Gallery (New York), Baronian (Knokke), Avee Gallery (Kortrijk), fiebach, minninger (Cologne), Marie-Laure Fleisch (Brussels), Stems Gallery (Brussels), 3-D Foundation (Verbier), Pablo’s Birthday (New York), Dayspace (Philadelphia), Guerrero Gallery (San Francisco), Ruttkowski;68 (New York), Musée Pierre Cardin (Paris), Magenta Plains (New York), Museum of Contemporary Art Antwerp, Sofie Van de Velde & PLUS-ONE Gallery (Antwerp), Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit, Appointment Only (Los Angeles) and the DePaul Art Museum (Chicago).
Tugce Dayioglu, Tessa Perutz, Kim Stolz
Belle Etage, Cologne
November 16 – November 19, 2023