The distinctive theme of colour permeates all the works of the twenty artists presented here. From the faceted still lifes of Italian-born Yvonne Andreini to the colour-intensive work of Sascha Boldt and the unusual collages and canvas works of Michael Erbachs, the use of colour and the shaping of pictorial space with its help is striking all around. For the first time, Lachenmann Art presents the mysterious interior views of the Austrian-based artist Dénesh Ghyzcy in direct dialogue with the reduced canvas works of Nicola Grabiele. Gallery artist Katrin Kampmann shines with her colourful mountain and landscape views, while the young artist Ji Eun Lee presents her latest wall objects with cast resin and wicker baskets. Daniel Mohr's enigmatic pictorial worlds take us on a journey to unknown spheres, and Valentina Murabito's unique analogue photographs show completely new perspectives of a medium that seems familiar to us. We are accompanied by the delicate watercolours of artist Martin Oswald into abstracted landscapes, and in John Petschinger's works worked on metal, we are always accompanied by a small stylised white flower. Calm and harmony are conveyed by Christiane Pieper's multi-layered worlds of colour in oil on canvas, while in Robert Ritter's haptic works the materiality of colour itself becomes an object. A deep blue portrait by artist Mimi Rumenova is juxtaposed with figurative works by artist Erdo Sam, while the delicate water works by Constance artist Stefanie Scheurell captivate with their unique technique. The works by Berlin artist Sandra Schlipkoeter are based on the physical phenomenon of interference and contrast with the concrete sculptures by Ronny Szillo. The Dutch artist Peter Vink presents one of his breathtaking light installations, while the long-time gallery artist Danil Yordanov convinces with his minimalist graphite works.