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Carolin Eidner – Thousand Suns for a Lonely Man

Carolin Eidner Thousand Suns for a Lonely Man 8. April – 20. August 2017 Im Mittelpunkt von Carolin Eidners (*1984 in Berlin, lebt in Düsseldorf) Werk, die ihr Studium in Düsseldorf bei Rosemarie Trockel abschloss, steht das Verhältnis von konzeptuellen und physischen Aspekten von Objekten und Materialien.…

PAUL ROSERO CONTRERAS – SIERRA NEGRA

The fall of dropping water wears away the stone. Sticky aggregations of black lints suffuse the surface of the rocks. Their tactility is intriguing, withdrawing from the glance into its materiality. The sculptures function as a juxtaposition, diagonally cutting the space, altering it into a…

A New Prescription For Insomnia

A New Prescription For Insomnia is built on the contemporary concepts of survivalism and escapism. GeoVanna Gonzalez’s latest curatorial project at HORSEANDPONY Fine Arts, Berlin interrogates how these ideas relate to current political issues including labor, desire and technology. Each of the ten artists in…

Tobias Donat – oneworld

Every Sunday in major European cities, citizens under the initiative “Pulse of Europe” are gathering to protect the idea of unification that the alliance of the European Union has been representing so far. In the face of increasing political populism, the vote for Brexit and…

Justin Morin – LAST RESORT

Economical issues. Political issues. Sentimental issues. Ecological issues. How do you manage to find a way into this maze of choices and repercussions? Polymethyl methacrylate (PMMA), also known as by the trade name Plexiglas was developed in 1928 in several different laboratories by many chemists.…

Groupshow Weird Rain @ Garden, LA

Weird Rain brings together five artists exploring speculative modes of ecological coexistence. Each artist is acutely self-aware of their relationship with the built concept of Nature as other, and their work challenges, complicates, and blurs this binary. Earth-human relations have reached a breaking point. Global…

HEIT at BSMNT, Leipzig

A thousand words for the sound of waves Intro with wary impressions All day i have been watching one Seagull screaming gull gull. Biting and fghting. Crabs in demonic colour scrawling by. Red on the shell fading onto the deep blue legs leaving an overall…

Tom Król, Béla Pablo Janssen

Ey Moonlight der Mond bei Munch. Diese Aura um den versuche ich immer wieder zu malen. Free Ling Spring Freeling Frühling Was very nice…besides throwing up at the opening. Good feedback. Love it. Byeee         Fotos by: Alexander Romey   SUDERMANSTR.10, ERSTER…

Meanwhile in Vienna – Martin Chramosta

The reliefs of Martin Chramosta are made of plaster or wax. They wear french titles. They are closed, limited, autonomous works. They are gestural compositions of small and medium format. Drawing and sculpture cross in the rigidity of their moving features, in the volume of…

Please touch! – Ein Rückblick von Leonie Pfennig

Mary-Audrey Ramirez’ menschliche Tierwesen und wo sie zu finden sind. Scrolling & Crying heißt die aktuelle Ausstellung von Mary-Audrey Ramirez bei Martinetz in Köln – scrollen und weinen, mit dem iPhone unter der Bettdecke. Etwas, das wahrscheinlich jeder kennt, aber niemand zugeben möchte. Scrollend und…

Seven Thousand Ripped Lollies – Sophia Domagala

“It is pretty general to say: My work is about life. But there is no better answer.” Altes und Neues! Kultur und Roheit! Bosheit und Leidenschaft! Egoismus im Schafpelz, Egoismus in der Wolshaut! Aberglauben und Unglauben! Knechtschaft und Despotism! Unvernünftige Klugheit, unkluge Vernunft! Geistlose Empfindung,…

Catherine Biocca – Judge Judy Judas. Eingeladen von Carla Donauer

Der „PiK – Projektraum im KunstWerk Köln e.V.“ freut sich, Catherine Bioccas Solopräsentation mit einer neuen installativen und raumgreifenden Arbeit zeigen zu dürfen. Der Ausstellungsraum in einer alten Industriehalle wird zum Austragungsort eines Streitgesprächs zweier Charaktere. Die „Judge Judy Judas“ betitelte Ausstellung nimmt zum einen…

JAGODA BEDNARSKY – THE SIDE THAT FACES AWAY

“It takes some time to achieve something that would be a sufficiently interesting abstract image and, at the same time, can be read as a mirror.” Roy Lichtenstein To mark this year’s Gallery Weekend in Berlin, Studio Picknick is pleased to show new work by…

Laura Gozlan – physical self

For her first personal exhibition at Galerie Escougnou-Cetraro, entitled physical self, Laura Gozlan worked on the texture of images as if it was skin epidermis, conjured literally or more elusively by its texture, its colour, its processing, its membranes. Discreet but omnipresent, the body’s presence…