"These nineteen ink drawings were made in response to the coronavirus and to headlines from New York Times International Edition newspaper published during March and April 2020. All of them refer to some aspect of COVID-19. The drawings are not literal interpretations but rather vehicles for reflecting on the contents of the headlines and aspectsof our current situation with the virus."
© Morgan O'Hara 2020
M O R G A N O ' H A R A
N I N E T E E N F O R M S O F CIOINITIAIIINIMIEINIT
opening Sunday June 7, 2020
from 11 a.m. - 5 p.m.
in the presence of Morgan O'Hara
in cooperation with Gisela Sprenger-Schoch
exhibition through Oct. 30, 2020
Covid-19 #4, We All Have to Care About Each Other
Covid-19 #1, A Heightened Level of Anxiety For Emergency Room Doctors
Covid-19 #9, Countering The Loneliness of Social Distance
Covid-19 #16, Facing Brutal Choices As Supplies Lag
Silberburg handmade drawings on 280 g paper, inks, graphite,New York Times International
adhesive tape, recto/verso, 68 x 98 cm / 26,7 x 38,5 in.
© Morgan O'Hara © photo Valentin Marquardt
Brigitte March International Contemporary Art