ISOLATION DIARY is an art project which was created during the global Covid-19 lockdown. Artist Oskar Rink and photographer Max von Treu put together a seven-part photo series for their exhibition, which illustrates their moods and the consequences they had during the Corona lockdown: SNOOZE, STAY SAFE, HAIRY TIMES, GOLDEN TIMES, NO BDAY, HOME SHOPPING, GREAT DEPRESSION. The exhibition is still open to visitors through 31 October in the Spinnerei in Leipzig.
German painter and installation artist, Oskar Rink, was born in 1980 in Leipzig. In the studio of her famous father, Arno Rink, one of the most significant forerunners of the New Leibzig School, the Master graduate of Sotheby’s Institute of Art / Comporary Art Department learned the basic elements of painting already as a child.