Jörg Döring Vernissage “Super Heroes” – Foxx Gallery

After the summer break Foxx Gallery in Zurich welcomed its guests at the vernissage of the solo show of the leading Pop artist in Germany Jörg Döring, whose works are very versatile but most celebrated for the Comic and Pop Icons.

The Foxx Gallery presented for the first time his originals in the latest technology on canvas, which are fascinating due to their multi-layered and relief-like surfaces. In addition to such superheroes as Batman, Pink Panther, Donald Duck, Lucky Luke, Mickey Mouse and Snoopy, Bambi and Heidi were also radiating on the walls of the gallery. And in the sous-sol of the gallery you can expect the usual cool and wonderful mixed media/epoxy resin pictures with a pinch of humor and sexiness. The artist was present at the vernissage, answered questions and signed his latest catalogues.

This vernissage was accompanied by a charity special: the famous Bionicman alias Michel Fornasier joined the event to celebrate the launch of the exclusive limited edition of “Bionicman” paintings (40 pieces) part of the proceeds of which will go to his charity “Give Children a Hand” that gives children with disabilities easy access to prosthetic limbs.

The exhibition lasts until 28 September 2019.

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