Kocheisen & Hullmann
Two artists, two points of view. In life and art, men and women see things differently.
Kocheisen & Hullmann, Suitcase picture from two angles.
Thomas Kocheisen and Ulrike Hullmann have lived and worked together since 1986. Their photorealistic paintings are always pairs, with both artists painting the same motif in their own way. In Room 213, their shared subject involves suitcases and a female torso. Don’t worry if you notice differences in the subject matter, colours and perspectives: that always happens with Kocheisen and Hullmann. The stories their pictures tell are entirely up to you.
Kocheisen & Hullmann, Female Torso (Angle 1 – oil on wood)
Hans Piffrader, Leda and the Swan (drawing, 1916)
Kocheisen & Hullmann, Female Torso (Angle 2 – oil on wood)