Openings: Friday 27th April 2012
- Buchmann Galerie “Zaha Hadid“ 6 – 9pm
The Buchmann galerie will be exhibiting the drawings and paintings of the well-respected architectural designer Zaha Hadid, which will be based around her architectural works ranging from urban structures to furniture!
- Carlier I Gebauer Paul Graham “The Present” 4 – 9pm
Paul Gramham examines life through his fine art photography which captures the everyday and sometimes banal.
- Galerie Barbara Thumm Jota Castro “Austerity Über Alles” 6 – 9pm
Sick of hearing about the European financial crisis yet? Hold on just a bit longer because the French Peruvian diplomat-cum-artist Castro uses everyday objects to shed an interesting political and artistic viewpoint on Europe’s situation.
- VW (VeneKlasen/Werner) Michael Williams “This Means Something To My Horse” 6 – 9pm
Why not get high on art with the large scale, light but bright coloured paintings of Williams which are sometimes crazy, sometimes surreal or even psychedelic.
- Galerie Crone
Warhol/Arp “Drawings and Sculptures” 6-9pm
Andy Warhol’s drawings will be appearing next to Hans Arp’s sculptures, a perfect match? Why not find out at the opening!
Adrien Missika “The Sun is Late” 6-9pm
Reality and fiction battle it out in the sculptures, photography, video and installation art of Missika. Don’t be late.
- Galerija Gregor Podnar “Alexander Gutke” 4pm
Gutke’s films and slide installations combine with his sculpture and photos to explore the film making process – this is one for the film-buff’s out there!
- Zak I Branicka Joanna Rajkowska “Born in Berlin, A Letter to Rosa” 6-9pm
Rajkowska’s private letter to her daughter is made public through over 100 drawings and collages, investigating the intimate in a public sphere.
- Galerie Nordenhake Meuser “und eric mittendrin” 6 – 9pm
You might feel right at home amongst Meuser’s domestic sculptures. Salvaged scrap metal might not sound homely to you at the moment; maybe the exhibition will change your mind!
- Galerie Thomas Schulte
Victor Burgin “Three decades” 6 – 9pm
Burgin’s black and white photography document 30 years of his philosophical artworks.
Alfredo Jaar “Kultur = Kapital” 6 – 9pm
Next to Burgin’s works stands Jaar’s neon lettering with its cultural and bright message.
- Meyer Riegger Armin Boehm “WALD HOCHWALD HOLZFÄLLEN” 6-9pm
Once upon a time there lived an artist in Berlin whose artwork showed natural and urban settings with an air of fantasy and the supernatural.
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