Artist Sergej Jensen's latest show is at London's White Cube gallery and explores existentialist themes. His bare, minimalist work speaks to the banal experiences of everyday life. Jensen has most often been compared to the likes of Sigmar Polke, Blinky Palermo and Rosemarie Trockel.
Sergej Jensen creates paintings that are appreciated most suitably in the confines of a curated art gallery, so that his vision as a whole comes across in the viewing experience.
Implications - As oppose to striving to over-include many visuals, companies would be wise to accept that, occasionally, less is more. When it comes to visual displays, less elements are more effective than many visual displays.
Bare Existentialist Art
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