Nebula, 2011
Watercolor and pastel on paper
60.25 x 94.75 inches
153 x 240.7 cm
Softscape, 2010
Watercolor and pastel on paper
71.5 x 91.25 inches
181.6 x 231.8 cm
Dust Particles, 2010
Watercolor and pastel on paper
71 x 140 inches
180.3 x 355.6 cm
Longing for Forest, 2010
Watercolor and pastel on paper
60 x 40.625 inches
152.4 x 103.2 cm
Blue, 2008
Oil on canvas
60 x 90 inches
152.4 x 228.6 cm
Lorelei, 2007
Oil on canvas
118 x 79 inches
299.7 x 200.7 cm
Acqua Alta 3, 2010
C-Print
40 x 50 inches
101.6 x 127 cm
Acqua Alta 4, 2010
C-Print
50 x 40 inches
127 x 101.6 cm
Acqua Alta 5, 2010
C-Print
30 x 39 inches
76.2 x 99.1 cm
Melantropics - Veratrum Bulbosus, 2006
Cibachrome
40 x 50 inches
101.6 x 127 cm
Melantropics - Pendulus Somnis, 2005
Cibachrome
47.75 x 60.5 inches
121.3 x 153.7 cm
Melantropics - Glandulitera Maris, 2005
Cibachrome
40 x 50 inches
101.6 x 127 cm
A Botanist's Dream 3, 2006
Polaroid
10.875 x 8.375 inches
27.6 x 21.3 cm
A Botanist's Dream 6, 2006
Polaroid
10.875 x 8.375 inches
27.6 x 21.3 cm
A Botanist's Dream 7, 2006
Polaroid
10.875 x 8.375 inches
27.6 x 21.3 cm
Lacrimacorpus (Ettersburg I), 2004
C-print
26 1/4 x 33 3/8 inches
66.7 x 84.8 cm
Lacrimacorpus (Ettersburg II), 2004
C-print
27 x 40 inches
68.6 x 101.6 cm
Lacrimacorpus (Goethe Park), 2004
C-print
32 x 40 inches
81.3 x 101.6 cm
Juju 4 (from The Sea and The Mountain), 2004
Cibachrome
40 x 50 inches
101.6 x 127 cm
Mana 2 (After the Rain), 2003
Cibachrome print
40 x 50 inches
101.6 x 127 cm
Maia 3 (from The Sea and The Mountain), 2004
Cibachrome
24 x 30 inches
61 x 76.2 cm
Janaina Tschape
B.1973
Biography
Janaina Tschäpe was born in Munich, Germany, and raised in São Paolo, Brazil. She studied at the University of Fine Arts in Hamburg before moving to New York and completing her MFA at the School of Visual Arts in 1998. Tschäpehas exhibited throughout the world in numerous solo and group exhibitions. Recent exhibitions include a survey show at the Irish Museum of Modern Art in Dublin (2008), the ICP Triennial in New York (2009), and solo gallery shows at Galeria Fortes Vilaça in São Paulo and Galerie Catherine Bastide in Brussels (both 2009). Her work is included in numerous private collections and the permanent collections of museums in Europe, the United States, Brazil and Japan.She lives and works in Brooklyn, New York.