A painting of revolvers was first and starting point for this series. Jauss & Gauger placed silhouettes of different revolvers and pistols onto a previously printed canvas, then painted and reworked the canvas in multiple layers. Only after completing the composition did they remove the silhouettes and only then, the painting appeared in its final form. The word ‘revolver’ contains the artists’ intentions for this series, to ‘revolve’, to ‘evolve’ and ‘volver’ - Spanish for ‘return’ -, and encompasses various themes, from technology to cartoons, to human shapes.

Bub im Regen II
part of the ReVOLVeR series
ReVOLVeR 1/10
part of the ReVOLVeR series
Zwergenaufstand
part of the ReVOLVeR series
Bub mit Roller
part of the ReVOLVeR series
Deer Jesus III
part of the series "ReVOLVeR"
Grand Jour de Vol
part of the ReVOLVeR series
Revolve, Evolve y Volver
part of ReVOLVeR series - SOLD -
Yves' Scheren
part of the ReVOLVeR series - SOLD -
ReVOLVeR 05/10
part of the ReVOLVeR series
ReVOLVeRheld
Part of the ReVOLVeR series - SOLD -
Kind mit Ballon
part of ReVOLVeR series -SOLD -
Bub im Regen
part of ReVOLVeR Series - SOLD -
Jour de Vol
part of the ReVOLVeR series - ON PERMANENT LOAN -
Die Schönen Müllers
part of the ReVOLVeR series - PRICE ON REQUEST -
ReVOLVeR 06/10
part of the ReVOLVeR series - SOLD -
Deer Jesus
part of the ReVOLVeR series - SOLD -
Girls' Best Friends
part of the ReVOLVeR series - SOLD -
Krieg & Friedel
Part of the ReVOLVeR series - ON PERMANENT LOAN -
Skt. Franziskus
part of the ReVOLVeR Series - ON PERMANENT LOAN -
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