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Freitag, 5. Juni 2020

Hinter den Fassaden. Art against Corona Online. Part 2. Curator Lily Fürstenow. 2020. Ongoing. Participating Artists: Jim Martin (USA), Dag Przybilla (DE), Markus Butkereit (De), Hans Schüle (DE), Nils Hommel, Debbie Lee (UK), SANJAY THAPAR (Dubai), Andrea Mikyska, Jose Witteveen (Friesland), LEO BLEICHER, Judith Weißig (DE), Sonia Arcadu (IT), Charlie Sheard (Australia), MARTINA SINGER, Christian Chrobok (DE), Roberto Rolando (It), Paul Roxi (DE), Philip Gurrey (Can.), Ia Arsenishvili (GE), Pati Kakhniashvili (GE), ERIKO YAMAZAKI (DE-Jap.), Richard Rutner (NYC), Olaf Schirm (DE), Ute Faber (DE), IA KOCHINASHVILI (GE), MEDEA (GE), Denis Juneau (in cooperation with Denis Juneau Foundation. Canada), Ipung Purnomo (Indonesia)


Markus Butkereit. Unfolded Perceptions. gr_und. Berlin

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This exhibition is an ongoing project that aims to exhibit online the work of contemporary artists across the globe to analyse the topic of Corona and the crisis caused by the disease on the global scale. Since Gallery visits are a problem Hinter den Fassaden (Behind the Facades) occasionally offers the virtual view into the public and private art spaces where access is otherwise impossible. Allowing to analyse art in certain contexts and given settings. All artists are welcome to participate, irrespective of age and country of origin. All kinds of formats are welcome. With this project ARE/artistic research and curator Lily Fürstenow would like to support and explore the creative potential of arts in the times of crisis. Please write us on FB or per e-mail:   lilykalanda@yahoo.co.uk   

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Einladung zur Ausstellungseröffnung 
Ute Faber - Knoten + Punkte 
Vernissage: Donnerstag, 24. September von 18.30 Uhr - 21.00 Uhr
Halle LINX  Goerzhöfe  Aufgang 8D, Holsteinische Straße 39, 12161 Berlin 
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Salon Beginenhof / Ausstellungseröffnung. Freigänger / 







Fotos  Gerald Zörner / 


Our todays feature on Arts against Corona Online is New York artist Richard Rutner 




Richard Rutner. Vorpal Gallery. SoHo NY. Exhibition Views



Richard Rutner. Vorpal Gallery. SoHo NY



R. Rutner. Tettegouche Quartet #IV. Watercolor & Pen&Ink. 15x22 cm 





R. Rutner. Suite 16. Watercolor. 22x30 cm


The immediacy of pictorial image in Richard Rutner's water-colours and oils contains form and movement. Subtle colour contrasts almost pursue musical analogues to abstraction. In his recent series of Suites and Octets the reality of vision is delivered in the abstraction of painting. The contrast of forms, light and colour, figure and ground makes up the structure of his paintings. Colour here carries diverse aspects of painting through form and movement creating poetic pictorial realities. Light bronwish to red, yellow, green and blues prevail reminiscent of human silouettes, fragmented objects or networks.


Richard Rutner. Exhibition views



R. Rutner. Frag Octet. Series #3. oil on museum board. 22x16 cm 



R. Rutner. Quartet. Suite #3. oil on museum board 22x16 cm



R. Rutner. Nowhere Man. watercolor. 30 x 22 cm. $1600




Richard Rutner. Exhibition views


Spotlight on Richard Rutner in Almost Real Things Magazine Current Issue 18. 2020  

https://almostrealthings.com/?s=Richard+Rutner










Almost Real Things. Magazine. Issue 18. 2020

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Die Unmittelbarkeit des malerischen Bildes in Richard Rutners Aquarellen und Ölfarben beinhaltet Form und Bewegung. Subtile Farbkontraste verfolgen geradezu musikalische Analogien zur Abstraktion. In seiner jüngsten Serie von Suiten und Oktetts wird die Wirklichkeit des Sehens in der Abstraktion der Malerei wiedergegeben. Der Kontrast von Formen, Licht und Farbe, Figur und Grund macht die Struktur seiner Bilder aus. Die Farbe trägt hier verschiedene Aspekte der Malerei durch Form und Bewegung und schafft poetische Bildwirklichkeiten. Es überwiegen helle Braun- bis Rottöne, Gelb-, Grün- und Blautöne vor, die an menschliche Silouetten, fragmentierte Gegenstände oder Netzwerke erinnern. 




Richard Rutner. Biography


M.F.A. Tyler School of Art, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA, 1972
B.F.A. Tyler School of Art, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA, 1970
Tyler School of Art, Rome, Italy, 1970–1971
School of Visual Arts, New York City, 1965–1968

EXHIBITIONS:

ONE-PERSON SHOWS:
Art.Work Austin, “Solo Exhibit – Works on Paper”, Austin, TX, 2017

MetLife Windows, “Metal Mask Series”, 200 Park Avenue, New York City, 1995

Nassau County Museum of Fine Arts, “Metal Mask Series”, Roslyn, NY, 1987

Galerie Varisella, “Solo Exhibition – Mixed Media”, Nurnberg, West Germany, 1987

Fourteen Sculptors Gallery – Invitational, “Metal Mask Series”, SoHo, New York City, 1987

Vorpal Gallery, SoHo, New York City, 1982, 1981

BACA - Brooklyn Arts and Cultural Association, “Works on Canvas”, Brooklyn, NY, 1977

Sixth Estate Gallery, “Richard Rutner”, Brooklyn, NY 1976

School of Visual Arts, “Three Painters” (one-person shows), New York City, 1973

Tyler School of Art, Temple University, “Works on Paper”, Philadelphia, PA, 1972

GROUP EXHIBITIONS:
East Austin Studio Tour/Soma Vida Gallery, Austin, TX 2019

East Austin Studio Tour/Soma Vida Gallery, Austin, TX 2018

Dell Jewish Community Campus, “The J Gallery”, Biblical Inspirations, Austin TX, 2018

East Austin Studio Tour/ Soma Vida Gallery, Austin, TX, 2017

Art.Work Austin, “Meet the Artists – Summer 2017 Lineup”, Austin, TX, 2017

West Austin Studio Tour, Austin, TX, 2017

East Austin Studio Tour, Austin, TX, 2016

The Jones Center, “5 x 7 Exhibition”, Austin, TX, 2006-2010

Dunn and Brown Contemporary Gallery, “Traveling 5 x 7 Exhibition”, Dallas, TX, 2006

Finesilver Gallery, “Traveling 5 x 7 Exhibition”, Houston, TX, 2006

Guadalupe Arts Center, “Group Exhibition”, Austin, TX, 2002, 2003

PostPicasso.com (online - World Wide Web), 2002

PaintingsDirect.com (online - World Wide Web), 1999-2001

National Drawing Association, “Selected Works”

Abney Gallery International, SoHo, New York City, 1997

Omni Gallery, Uniondale, NY, 1996

Fine Arts Gallery, Broward Community College, Ft. Lauderdale, FL, 1995

TXST Galleries, Southwest Texas State University, San Marcos, TX, 1994

Mills Pond House Gallery, “The Great Linear Space Mystery”, St. James, NY, 1994

Regina A. Quick Center for the Arts, Fairfield University, Fairfield, CT, 1993

MMC Gallery, Marymount Manhattan College, New York City, 1992

Texas Tech School of Art Gallery, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX, 1992
Maryland College of Art Gallery, Baltimore, MD, 1991

BWAC (Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition), “Open Doors” Annual Open Studio Tour, 
Brooklyn, NY, 1994-1998, *1996 published catalogue available

Rosa Esman Gallery, “Art 150 x 150”, OIA – Organization of Independent Artists, New York
City, 1992
The Gallery at Hastings on the Hudson, “Masks: The Alternative Self”, Hastings on Hudson, 
NY, 1989

Galerie Varisella - Group Exhibition, Nurnberg, West Germany, 1986 
Rotunda Gallery, “Eccentric Edges”, Brooklyn, NY, 1985

Contemporary Art Museum of Houston, Members Gallery Group Exhibition, Houston, TX, 1984
Proctor Art Center, “Out Of The Studios”, Bard College, Annandale, NY, 1983
Sugarloaf Conference Center, “Tyler School of Art Alumni”, Temple University, Philadelphia,
PA, 1983 

Vorpal Gallery, “Group Exhibition” (annual group exhibitions), SoHo, NY, 1977-1982
Art Options Gallery, New York City, 1981

New York State Council on the Arts, “VARS-Visual Arts Referral Service”, New York City, 1978
Aames Gallery, SoHo, NY, 1975

Alumni House Gallery, “New Dimensions”, Adelphi University, Garden City, NY, 1975
Firehouse Gallery, Nassau County Community College, Garden City, NY, 1974

Port Washington Library Gallery, Port Washington, NY, 1974
Fleet Gallery, Winnipeg, Canada, 1973

Foot Prints Gallery, “Mixed Media Exhibition”, Manchester, CT, 1973

Heckscher Museum, Huntington, NY, 1972
Gallery 10, New York City, 1971

Gallery 252, Philadelphia, PA, 1971

REVIEWS/PUBLICATIONS:

West Austin Studio Tour, Catalogue, p 70(ill.), 2017

Art.Work Gallery Blog. Austin, TX. 2017

East Austin Studio Tour, Catalogue, p 176(ill.), 2017, Catalogue, p. 28(ill.), 2016

True Color Newsletter, PaintingsDirect.com, January 2008, September 2002, June 2000

Open Doors – 1996 companion volume to BWAC Open Studio Tour

Quick Center for the Arts – Fairfield University, September 10, 1993
OIA Newsletter – Fall 1993

Nurnberg Zeitung - Frankischer Kurier, April 16, 1987,

Nurnberg Nachrichten – April 22, 1987
The Prospect Press – Diane Miller Himmelbaum, February 1985

Sun Storm – “Paintings and Politics”, Lois Di Cosola, February, 1983
Newsday

Marilyn Goldstein, May 16, 1988, 
January 29, 1987

Weekend Part III, February 6, 1987

Hempstead Shuffles Its Space”, Susan Soper, September, 1977

The New York Times
Helen Harrison, March 15, 1987, “Discoveries and Jolts”, 
David L. Shirey, September 18th, 1977

arts magazine – Janice Glander-Bandyk, October 1977, Hedy O’Beil, October 1976

Phoenix Magazine –John Blackmore, October 1976

TEACHING EXPERIENCE:


Painting Instructor, New York Institute of Technology, Fine Arts Department, Commack, NY,1977–1978 Painting Instructor, St. John’s University, Fine Arts Department, Jamaica, NY, 

1974Painting Instructor, School of Visual Arts, New York City, 1972–1974Teaching Assistant, Tyler School of Art, Rome, Italy, 1970–1971


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Note from an artist
I am a painter and printmaker currently living and working in Austin, Texas. I have exhibited my work in galleries and museums in the US and Germany, including the Vorpal Gallery, N.Y., Gallery Varisella, Germany, Nassau County Museum of Fine Arts, N.Y. and Art.Work, Austin

Among the many group exhibitions where my work has been shown are the East and West Austin Studio Tours, Guadalupe Arts Center (Austin), Contemporary Art Museum of Houston/ Members Gallery, and several National Drawing Association “Selected Works” touring exhibitions. 

I attended the School of Visual Arts, NYC and received my MFA from Tyler School of Art in Philadelphia and Rome, Italy. I have worked as a painting instructor, freelance curator, visual arts consultant, and was Coordinator of Cultural Arts for the Town of Hempstead, NY for 30 years before moving to Austin. 

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Andrea Mikyska




Castle and friends. 425x531. 2020

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Markus Butkereit.  Currently exhibited at Gr_und Berlin. 

From scientific explanations of weather phenomena and their physical origin to their affect on our perception of the dwellings and ecosystems we inhabit. Interconnectiveness of cosmic/phisical ocurrances with emotional states - through particles and entropic processes. One system. Reconnected. With inner/personal experiences shared and unfolded as particles within a thunderstorm or a tornado - Unfolded Perceptions - encompass it all all. Please read the accompanying catalogue //// 

Are inner thunderstorms as devastating as tornados? 

 gr_und 
Seestr.49/ 13347 Berlin 
www.gr-und.de  
Exhibition duration: 24.07.2020 - 24.09.2020 



Markus Butkereit - zur zeit ausgestellt in Gr_und Berlin. Von wissenschaftlichen Erklärungen der Wetterphänomene und ihrer physikalischen Entstehung bis hin zu ihren Auswirkungen auf unsere Wahrnehmung der von uns bewohnten Ökosysteme. Die Wechselwirkung kosmisch-physischer Erscheinungen mit emotionalen Zuständen - durch Partikel und entropische Prozesse. Es ist alles in einem System. Zusammengeschaltet. Mit inneren/persönlichen Erfahrungen, die als Partikel innerhalb eines Gewitters oder eines Tornados geteilt und entfaltet werden – Unfolded Perceptions umfassen es alles. Bitte lesen Sie den begleitenden Katalog ///// 

Sind innere Gewitter so zerstörerisch wie Tornados?

gr_und 
Seestr.49/ 13347 Berlin 
www.gr-und.de  
Exhibition duration: 24.07.2020 - 24.09.2020 



Photos: Jana Sophia Nolle

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Andrea Mikyska



Garden and snake. 1080x1200. 2020



Morning Star, 2020, HD



Tamika Berrera, 20x30, digital collage. 2020


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Ia Arsenishvili. 9x9 Georgians in Berlin. Exhibition View. gh36 Berlin-Mitte. Herbst 2019






Ia Arsenishvili. Winter landscape (sold in summer)  More from Ia Arsenishvili see below


Dag Przybilla




Dag Przybilla. Art Box. Dresden. 16.05 – 28.06.2020



Dag Przybilla. Untitled 2020 – acrylic on canvas, 80 × 80 cm

 Dag Przybilla. Untitled 2020 – acrylic on canvas, 80 × 80 cm




Dag Przybilla. Installation views. Traffic – Artbox Dresden. 16.05 – 28.06.2020

 Dag Przybilla. Untitled 2018 – mixed media on canvas, 180 × 200 cm 





Dag Przybilla. Untitled 2018 – acrylic on canvas, 80 × 80 cm


Dag Przybilla. Untitled 2016 – mixed media on canvas, 180 × 200 cm

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Martina Singer


Pinakotek. Installation


Pinakothek Cycle. Colour and Mixed Media of Fabric







Alte Pinakothek. Laser copy. Mixed media on Fabric.  21 x 29,5 cm.




Pinakothek Studie. Laser Copy. Colour on Fabric. 21 x 29 cm

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1. Fisch. 25 cm x 28 cm x 20 cm. Ceramic
    2./3. Bird. 21 cm x 23 cm x 22 cm. Ceramic

  4./5. Bear. 26 cm x 20 cm x 28 cm Ceramic



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CHRISTIAN CHROBOK

ICC Institute for Cultural Cassation




Christian Chrobok - Institute for Cultural Cassation (ICC), site-specific installation, mixed media, installation view, Škuc Gallery, Ljubljana (2011)



Christian Chrobok, Black Paintings - The true position of Malevich in relation to me, exhibition view, Spinnerei, Halle 12, Leipzig (2014)


Christian Chrobok, Hydrocarbon #05, bitumen, wood, 70 x 60 cm (2013) 


Christian Chrobok, ICC - No Such Thing As A New Capitalist Realism, site-specific installation, mixed media, installation view, Spinnerei, Halle 12, Leipzig (2014)


Christian Chrobok, Institute for Cultural Cassation (ICC)  - Dem unbekannten Maler (To the Unknown Painter), digital print, 94.5 x 63 cm (2016) Edition of 5 + 1 AP.


Christian Chrobok, Institute for Cultural Cassation (ICC) - No Such Thing As A New Capitalist Realism, installation view, OSTRALE - Biennale for Contemporary Art, Dresden (2017)
















Christian Chrobok - Institute for Cultural Cassation (ICC) - The Secret Block (2016)

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Markus Butkereit. Unfolded Perceptions.
gr_und. Exhibition Views



Photos: Jana Sophia Nolle

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Nils Hommel




House as a Gesamtkunstwerk. Installation views

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SANJAY THAPAR




Exhibition Views. Dubai




Portraits. Cycle. Oil on Canvas.
1. 100x50cms.  1,900 EUR.
2. 100x50cms. 1,900 EUR.
3. 135x84cms. 2,000 EUR.
4. 135x84cms. 2,000 EUR.


Exhibition view. Bombay


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A letter from the artist

How does it feel to have 10 heads? Would our impressions of life be any different than they already are? It may amuse you to know that I am in a unique position to answer that! Yes, 10 heads is possible and yes it alters your perception of the world. Often enough, I have tried to climb into people’s heads. It’s then that you realize that the most common face you look through across the street has something most uncommon about it. And boy, is there a better joy than your brush transferring those moments across the canvas?
To me, that’s life in its purest form.
When I graduated out of JJ School of Arts as a bright-eyed lad, with 4 gold medals to take on the world, little did I know that the world is a much wider canvas than advertising. One learns everywhere and like they say, there are no good experiences and bad experiences; there are just experiences. When you realize that, you are at peace with yourself. Expression then is natural, uncluttered almost divine. The most natural form of expression then came to be brush on walls. Unadulterated joy has no guidelines; no limits; except those imposed by mansion owners who insist on leaving their walls intact when I change dwellings. And thus, with trepidation and reluctance, my brush graduated into canvas.

Like every other person who has held a brush, I seek to express a world beyond the confines of the physical canvas. What you see here is not defined by right and wrong. On my canvas, pain and pleasure are not opposite ends of the spectrum. They coexist. In fact, one doesn’t exist without the other.
I hope you see that and celebrate it. Like I do.


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Olaf Schirm


Olaf Schirm - SPY-2020


Olaf Schirm - Lockdown-Bot - 2020





Olaf Schirm. Galerie Bermel von Luxburg. Exhibition Views



fadeR. Bermel von Luxburg Gallery 2020


Olaf Schirm -ReSon A - 2015


Olaf Schirm - Xpect - 2018

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Richard Rutner



Richard Rutner. Vorpal Gallery. SoHo NY








Richard Rutner. Vorpal Gallery. SoHo NY. Exhibition Views


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Pawel Tkaczyk. Recent Work






untitled, 2020, acrylic on canvas 60x50cm



Untitled Series, 2020, oil, acrylic on canvas 100 x 80cm

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Annika Stoll

Open Letter. Dear Jeff...

Installations

Most Romantic Gift



Wühltisch



Eternal Pleasure



Hyperfluid Circumstances
Zner Kunstraum, Leipzig (solo)







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Debbie Lee


Debbie Lee. Time for Coffee. oil on metal. 21x14cm


Debbie Lee. It rained in the Kitchen. acrylic on canvas. 122x152cm


Debbie Lee. cardboard installation view 3 at home. 2020


Debbie Lee. concertina cardboard installation view 2. at home  2020





Debbie Lee. Nutshell Miniatures installation. Top floor  cardboard box maquette


Debbie Lee. Peculiar Realms. solo exhibition at Devonport Guildhall Cells. 2019

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Karol Hurec. Led Art















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Judith Weißig
Der gemeinsame Teller - 2019 Atelierhaus Alteburger Wall, Kölln




Der gemeinsame Teller - 2019


Teller. 110 Euro einzeln  

7 Tellergeschichten (ø 20cm)

Gemeinsam am Tisch. Sitzen und Essen. Die Zeit miteinander teilen. 

Wir sitzen am Tisch. M holt die Karten und erklärt die Regeln, halbherzig, nachlässig, ungeübt. Ich hab kein Bock. Sie beharrt auf dem Satz, wir fangen jetzt einfach mal an und plötzlich habe ich 5 Karten auf der Hand, es gibt einen gemeinsamen Ziehstapel und die Ablegereihe. Wohin gehören welche Karten? Die Farben sind unwichtig. M ist voll bei der Sache, abgetaucht, beschreibt in Worten, die mir nichts sagen, beschäftigt im Kosmos von Auslegung und Überforderung, das Spiel - So machen wir es jetzt. - Ich checks nicht. - Das macht nichts. Wir fangen an, dann erklärt sichs.- Aber ich kapiers nicht. - So ist es jetzt aber. - Chaos.

ANSTRENGUNG WIDERWILLE BOYKOTT: GEISTER.

Die andere Seite: Was kann passieren? Wir legen die Karten aufeinander so wie M es passt. Das sind die Regeln. Heute. Wir lesen nicht nach. Keiner kontrolliert uns. FCK THE SYSTEM. Das ist jetzt wichtiger. Und plötzlich bin ich heiter und stolz. 

Mittendrin will M. schummeln. Gleich danach: So spielt man nicht. Anschliessend: Ein Profi würde jetzt nicht 3 Joker auf einmal nutzen. - Es wimmelt vor Geistern. Wir setzen auf Clowns. 

Geister - Wer Angst vor Geistern hat, braucht einen Clown (15x15 cm ohne Glas)



Geister  (gerahmt ohne Glas 140 Euro) 




Innen + verbunden



Judith Weißig. innen und verbunden.2020/1
                     innen und verbunden. 2020/2
                     innen und verbunden. 2020/3

Innen + verbunden

Was innen liegt, liegt verborgen. Nicht immer erklärt sich das Sichtbare von selbst. Na gut. 

Oft liegen Material und Dinge einfach nur so rum. In diesem Fall ist es das rosa A4 Papier, erworben Nähe Frankfurt Hbf. Strukturpaste, aus Neugier bestellt. Beize für Bilderrahmen. 
Zusammen fangen sie an zu spielen, werden Kollegen, vielleicht Freunde, sie gehen ein Bund ein, auf rosa Karton, gemeinsam. 

Beim Beize-fliessen-lassen über das Papier, von einem Punkt zum nächsten, entsteht Ruhe. 
Und danach? Bleiben Fragen, die Unruhe erwecken. 
Was soll das, eigentlich? Was liegt hinter allem? Sichtbarem.

I - III 
(220 Euro ungerahmt) 


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Jose Witte Veen

Homo Touristicus – A rare species nowadays

The Homo Touristicus should be added to the list of endangered species in times of COVID-19. Maybe that's why more than ever, we all feel the burning desire inside of us to travel.

Tourism itself became a system that we are all a part of. In a way we are all tourists within a tourist habitat.
Tourism comes in many shapes and forms and both origins and outcomes are highly diverse, ranging from historical colonialism, spiritual and political motives to simple consumerism:

-The Greek story of Odysseus attempting to travel home.
-Pilgrimages, in medieval times for religious motives, nowadays often connected to spirituality in general.
-The first attempts at mass tourism by dictatorships, as a propaganda tool to create excitement among the working class.
-The backpackers culture originating in the 60's.
-The popularity of the Lonely Planet travel books.
-The off the beaten track tourism since the 70's.

Modern tourism is a mixture of all these different variables, from erotic desires to colonialistic feelings: the feeling that "the world is mine".
When we externalise the search of our true self, we may go looking for it on a mountain top in India and we may want to become that mountain.
Some people travel to countries like Spain and you may hear them say: "Actually I am a bit Spanish". An expressed desire of longing.

Everything about the development of the self, the paradox of finding your true self outside of yourself, is something that occurred in the stories of Odysseus and still does in the lives of modern tourists today.
To obtain an identity from something exterior is also found in existentialism, the human is in fact nothing and always has to go outside to become something.

Why do we have to leave our homes to begin to live a meaningful life?

We hope to find authenticity in the other country, the other culture but not in our own consumer society.
The arrival of social media adds an additional dimensions and complexity to this, being present takes on a whole different meaning.

In the series Homo Touristicus I question all the points raised above, by collecting images, observations and studies.
Creating still images where we see the Homo Touristicus in all these different stages, by being present on different levels and all the tracks left behind.


When fruit trees Die

There was a moment on Salina when all fruit trees died I tried to capture this moments and consequences in a poetic way.

Mind travels

During Quarantine there were a lot of limitations, the recidence on Salina was postponed and I couldn't go to the printmaking studio. This forced me to work with different media, and in different ways.
The works I made during quarantine about Salina are mind travels, imaginary pasts and futures.
A mixture between dreams and reality, in dreams our unconscious is unrestricted, and it gives freedom in times of captureness.

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Denis Juneau 
(realised in cooperation with Denis Juneau Foundation in Canada)


12''x9''aquarellle- ink. 1996

12x9 inch,  gouache, ink , 1993 
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10''x6.5''inch, Oil crayon, ink,wax, metal point engraving, 1979




Simon Blais Galerie,  Montreal


Noir et violet, 1988 6.5''x10'' inches



Simon Blais Galerie,  Montreal



Exhibition hall named after Denis-Juneau in Verdun Cultural Center


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Philip Gurrey. 

Philip Gurrey is an artist researcher currently received Scholarship to pursue his practice based research in Canada on the heritage of modernism and its critical aspects in contemporary arts. 



Blue, Red, Green. Black.  Strecthed Polyethylene 150x150cm. 2019. - £1000


Red, Black, Grey. Acrylic on Canvas 150x150cm. 2018



Red, Green, Black. Strecthed Polyethylene 150x150cm. 2019 studio. - £1000



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HANS SCHÜLE








Hans Schüle. Galerie Manfred Rieker, Heilbronn. 2012







Hans Schüle. Kunstmuseum Singen, 2010






Hans Schüle. Galerie Tobias Schrade, Ulm, 2015


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UTE FABER



Ute Faber. Das Bild der Frau. Holzschnitte. Kunstverein Wörth. 2018 



Holzschnitt.  Blaue Stunde mit Oda, 70x180 Holzschnitt. 2017



Ute Faber. Oda 100x80. Holzschnitt


1831 Art Gallery. Muses. Paris. France. 8 Shoe Sculptures. 2016




Artist Ute Faber. Tag der offenen Tür - Atelier Ute Faber


 

Einzelausstellung. Ute Faber. Stahnsdorfer Kunstmeile. 2019. Solo Exhibition. Hof Stanesdorp


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Einzelausstellung. Ute Faber. Stahnsdorfer Kunstmeile. 2019. Solo Exhibition. Hof Stanesdorp




Ausstellungsansicht. Köllner Liste. Koje Ute Faber. Shoe Sculptures



3 Tage Kunst. Kommunale Galerie. Berlin. 2019

 Ute Faber. Schuewerke Cycle. Assemblage. 


I scream



Shootingstar


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Sonia Arcadu

























Sonia Arcadu. Nudes

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Stefania Pinsone



Stefania Pinsone. The Sky Above the Port Was the  Color of a Television Tuned on a Dead Channel.  Acrylic on canvas, 2016 after William Gibson's Neuromancer



Stefania Pinsone. Death of a Myth. Digital painting, HD print on aluminium, Ø 60 cm 2016



Stefania Pinsone. Closed Circuit. 160 x 40 cm, acrylic painting on silver aluminium. 2020


The Calling. Mixed midia. 120x80 cm. 2020.






Stefania Pinsone. Isolationism.  Gold, Mixed Media. 100X100 cm. 2019






Stefania Pinsone. Exhibition Posters







Stefania Pinsone. Exhibition Views











Be Gallery. Kyoto



Stefania Pinsone at Be Gallery

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Ia Kochinashvili/ია კოჩინაშვილი




Marseille


LOOKING GLASS


TUSHETI


NEW YORK


VICIOUS CIRCLE. 50X50 cm


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MEDEA













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Pati Kakhniashvili / ფატი კახნიაშვილი






Installation Cycle. Antique sculptures with wildberries




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Self-Advertisement series with arts and grapes jewelery



Caravaggio


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 ZILFI HANDMADE

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MARTINA SINGER






Ausstellungsansichten. Tutzingen. Juli 2020

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Ia Arsenishvili







Ia Arsenishvili. Oil on Canvas. Jahreszeiten Zyklus 2019-2020


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IPUNG  PURNOMO

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PAUL ROXI


Sommeratelier Rik Reinking bei Kunstsammler Rik Reinking












1. Voodoo
Acryl, Beize, Collage, Sand und Tusche, 1996
120 x 90 cm€ 3.800,00 


2. Zerstürmung
   Mischtechnik und Collage auf Papier
  100 x 69 cm€ 2.400,00

3. Zack
Mischtechnik auf Buckdeckel, 2019
31 x 19,5 cm€ 1.200,00

4.Tivoli
Tusche und Acryl auf Sackleinen, 2018
80 x 60 cm€ 2.200,00

5. Irgendwas pink
Mischtechnik auf fester Pappe, 2019
46,3 x 64,7 cm​  € 1.800,00


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Roberto Rolando






1. composizione storie di mare cieli  stellati. tecnica muista. 400 euro

2. composizione storie di terra.  tecnica mista. 50x40. 2020 

3. installazione.  tecnica mista. due  pezzi 20x20 cm. 400 euro

4. storie di cielo. tecnica mista.  100x70.  2020. 1000 euro 



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Roberto Rolando

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 Ræubertrøte










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LEO BLEICHER. GENERATIVE SCULPTURE











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ARTIST BIOGRAPHIES 


Jim Martin




Jim Martin(www.martinart.org, @martin_art_6) is an abstract artist working in mixed media who lives in Omaha, Nebraska in the United States. A social scientist with a PhD in political science from Florida State University and a professor of the social sciences at Creighton University, Martin created art from an early age, at one time winning high school artist of the year for the state of Nebraska. However, he drifted away from artistic pursuits only to return to these later in life. “Several difficult life losses led me to use art as a means of self-care. I later realized that I was processing those experiences through my work”, Martin says.

Martin’s art comes from a much different place than his professional work; a reflection on the events, emotions, and spaces of life. “I’d say that my best work has come from an almost unconscious, meditational place; only later do I recognize the inspiration for any one particular piece”. Martin’s work often reflects naturalistic, organic themes, but can also be very detailed and technique-driven, a facet of his work that he has explored during the isolation of the Covid-19 pandemic. 

Martin has shown work at several local venues in Nebraska, including the Apollon gallery, The Hot Shops, and the Malibu gallery as well as Kaneko’s Tesselation Project. He has also shown in many collaborative evemts with the Nasty Art Collective, a group of artists concerned about democracy, the rights of immigrants, and the treatment of LGBTQIA individuals. 



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Annika Stoll

* 1990 in Bad Nauheim, Hessen

lebt und arbeitet in Leipzig


My artistic method is closely linked to personal experiences and the examination of my observations of the present. Experiences and feelings in the private sphere can often be traced back to social and political mechanisms that have a direct impact on individuals. 
Embedded in a late capitalist, post-digital society, questions arise about the interaction between, for example, emotional goods and interpersonal relationships, between digital and analog realities, social optimization tendencies and political power relations and their effects on people. With the help of precise observation and reflection of one's own world of experience, as well as wide-ranging, partly theoretical research, these mechanisms can be understood step by step and transferred into artistic formats. The choice of media is always dependent on the specific issues at hand and ranges from performance and installation to text, photography, video or readymades. 

2020 Diploma in New Media Art, Academy of Fine Arts Leipzig
2016 - 2020 New Media Art, Intermedia Class
with Prof. Alba D'Urbano, Academy of Fine Arts Leipzig
2013 - 2016 Fine Arts, Interdisciplinary and Experimental Painting
with Prof. Christian Sery, Academy of Fine Arts Dresden
2011 - 2016 Fine Arts, Academy of Fine Arts Dresden
EXHIBITIONS (SELECTION)
2020 Zukunftsvisionen Festival For Contemporary Arts, Görlitz
2020 Hyperfluid Circumstances, Zner Kunstraum, Leipzig (solo)
2019  Palindromes - or the imaginary borders, Palazzo Ziino, Palermo
2019 come what may. permanent assumptions, Zner Kunstraum, Leipzig
2019 You’re not my real sun, A&O Kunsthalle, Leipzig
2019 Jubiläumsausstellung, Stiftung Starke, Berlin
2018 Josefine Schulz - Ultra Raw, Diplomausstellung HfBK Dresden (performing)
2018 Page / Figure, Galerie Kub, Leipzig
2018  DOGS, with Jonas Deuter, Konstantin Richter, Daniel Theiler,
Museumsnacht Nürnberg, Schauspielhaus
2018 Die acht Qualitäten von Spaß, Phyllis Johnson Studio, Halle 14,
Spinnerei Leipzig, Winterrundgang
2017 DOGS, Phyllis Johnson Studio, Halle 14, Spinnerei, Herbstrundgang
2017 Tracing Utopia, ZKR Schlosspark Biesdorf / Löwenpalais, Berlin
2017 Ping Pong, Phyllis Johnson Studio, Halle 14, Spinnerei Leipzig, Frühlingsrundgang
2016 Interventionen, Kunsthaus Dahlem, Berlin
2016 Konservativ sein lassen, Alte Feuerwache Loschwitz, Dresden
2016 Leibniz-Reflexe, Berlin-Brandenburgische Akademie derWissenschaft, Berlin
2015 Abzocken ohne anzuecken, Oktogon HfBK Dresden
2015 Kunstlotterie, EX 14, Dresden
2014 Zukunftsvisionen, ehem. Nervenheilanstalt, Dr.-Kahlbaum-Allee, Görlitz
2014 Klassentausch, Motorenhalle Riesa e.V., Dresden
2011 La Ribot - PARAdistinguidas, Mousonturm Frankfurt am Main (performing)

SCHOLARSHIPS / AWARDS
2020 Denkzeit Scholarship, Kulturstiftung des Freistaates Sachsen
2018 A2 Letter Prize
2018 together with mit Jonas Deuter, Konstantin Richter und Daniel Theiler nominated for the art prize of die Blaue Nacht Nürnberg

PROJECTS / PARTICIPATIONS / WORKSHOPS
2019 New Media Arts Instructor, cooperation between HGB Leipzig and LKJ Sachsen e.V.
2019 Workshop Leader with Steph Joyce: the art of writing love letters, A&O Kunsthalle Leipzig
2016 - 2018 Member of the interdisciplinary and collaborative working space
Phyllis Johnson Studio, Halle 14, Leipzig
2017 Workshop Leader: multimedia-based drawing, Leipziger Bündnis gegen Depression e.V.
2015 - 2017 Member of the Initiative 10plus10, Dresden
2012 - 2013 Participant at FAST (Framing Art Science and Technology) program, Dresden
2011 Assistant Project Leader: “Und alle so: Oh!”, theatre project by AIDS Hilfe Gießen e.V.

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Dag Przybilla. 


Born in 1964 in Eberswalde near Berlin. 1985-1989 studied art studies and German studies at the Humboldt University as well as seminars in painting and print graphics at the Kunsthochschule Berlin-Weißensee. After the Wall fall, orientation in the art scene of London and Berlin. 1994 Participation in the first Croma-Park exhibition. Collaboration with the artist Jim Avignon. Since 2001 single career as a painter. Numerous international exhibitions in galleries and museums (Goethe Institute, Hong Kong, Mexico City, Singapore, among others, and galleries in Tel Aviv, Tokyo, Chicago, etc.). Dag is curating the independend art initiative GLUE.
Web: dagberlin.de
GLUE: http://glueberlin.com/

Artist Statement

Since my studies, I have been working with abstract geometric shapes. Influenced by Kasimir Malevich or Wassily Kandinsky, they are the starting point of my non-representational paintings and wall paintings. As an artist in post-socialist and reunited Berlin, since my earliest works, I have tried to find my own style, which asserts itself against the realistic art prevalent in Berlin, both in East and West Berlin, and occupy a place in the emerging Techno-scene. The special climate after the Wall fall, between political waste land and a new avant-garde, influences my art, which I continue to develop on the basic elements triangle, square and circle. My paintings are pulsating constellations, which flood the canvases as well as exhibition rooms and thus make the white surfaces a playground for geometric turbulence.

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Richard Rutner



M.F.A. Tyler School of Art, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA, 1972
B.F.A. Tyler School of Art, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA, 1970
Tyler School of Art, Rome, Italy, 1970–1971
School of Visual Arts, New York City, 1965–1968

EXHIBITIONS:

ONE-PERSON SHOWS:
Art.Work Austin, “Solo Exhibit – Works on Paper”, Austin, TX, 2017

MetLife Windows, “Metal Mask Series”, 200 Park Avenue, New York City, 1995

Nassau County Museum of Fine Arts, “Metal Mask Series”, Roslyn, NY, 1987

Galerie Varisella, “Solo Exhibition – Mixed Media”, Nurnberg, West Germany, 1987

Fourteen Sculptors Gallery – Invitational, “Metal Mask Series”, SoHo, New York City, 1987

Vorpal Gallery, SoHo, New York City, 1982, 1981

BACA - Brooklyn Arts and Cultural Association, “Works on Canvas”, Brooklyn, NY, 1977

Sixth Estate Gallery, “Richard Rutner”, Brooklyn, NY 1976

School of Visual Arts, “Three Painters” (one-person shows), New York City, 1973

Tyler School of Art, Temple University, “Works on Paper”, Philadelphia, PA, 1972

GROUP EXHIBITIONS:
East Austin Studio Tour/Soma Vida Gallery, Austin, TX 2019

East Austin Studio Tour/Soma Vida Gallery, Austin, TX 2018

Dell Jewish Community Campus, “The J Gallery”, Biblical Inspirations, Austin TX, 2018

East Austin Studio Tour/ Soma Vida Gallery, Austin, TX, 2017

Art.Work Austin, “Meet the Artists – Summer 2017 Lineup”, Austin, TX, 2017

West Austin Studio Tour, Austin, TX, 2017

East Austin Studio Tour, Austin, TX, 2016

The Jones Center, “5 x 7 Exhibition”, Austin, TX, 2006-2010

Dunn and Brown Contemporary Gallery, “Traveling 5 x 7 Exhibition”, Dallas, TX, 2006

Finesilver Gallery, “Traveling 5 x 7 Exhibition”, Houston, TX, 2006

Guadalupe Arts Center, “Group Exhibition”, Austin, TX, 2002, 2003

PostPicasso.com (online - World Wide Web), 2002

PaintingsDirect.com (online - World Wide Web), 1999-2001

National Drawing Association, “Selected Works”

Abney Gallery International, SoHo, New York City, 1997

Omni Gallery, Uniondale, NY, 1996

Fine Arts Gallery, Broward Community College, Ft. Lauderdale, FL, 1995

TXST Galleries, Southwest Texas State University, San Marcos, TX, 1994

Mills Pond House Gallery, “The Great Linear Space Mystery”, St. James, NY, 1994

Regina A. Quick Center for the Arts, Fairfield University, Fairfield, CT, 1993

MMC Gallery, Marymount Manhattan College, New York City, 1992

Texas Tech School of Art Gallery, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX, 1992
Maryland College of Art Gallery, Baltimore, MD, 1991

BWAC (Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition), “Open Doors” Annual Open Studio Tour, 
Brooklyn, NY, 1994-1998, *1996 published catalogue available

Rosa Esman Gallery, “Art 150 x 150”, OIA – Organization of Independent Artists, New York
City, 1992
The Gallery at Hastings on the Hudson, “Masks: The Alternative Self”, Hastings on Hudson, 
NY, 1989

Galerie Varisella - Group Exhibition, Nurnberg, West Germany, 1986 
Rotunda Gallery, “Eccentric Edges”, Brooklyn, NY, 1985

Contemporary Art Museum of Houston, Members Gallery Group Exhibition, Houston, TX, 1984
Proctor Art Center, “Out Of The Studios”, Bard College, Annandale, NY, 1983
Sugarloaf Conference Center, “Tyler School of Art Alumni”, Temple University, Philadelphia,
PA, 1983 

Vorpal Gallery, “Group Exhibition” (annual group exhibitions), SoHo, NY, 1977-1982
Art Options Gallery, New York City, 1981

New York State Council on the Arts, “VARS-Visual Arts Referral Service”, New York City, 1978
Aames Gallery, SoHo, NY, 1975

Alumni House Gallery, “New Dimensions”, Adelphi University, Garden City, NY, 1975
Firehouse Gallery, Nassau County Community College, Garden City, NY, 1974

Port Washington Library Gallery, Port Washington, NY, 1974
Fleet Gallery, Winnipeg, Canada, 1973

Foot Prints Gallery, “Mixed Media Exhibition”, Manchester, CT, 1973

Heckscher Museum, Huntington, NY, 1972
Gallery 10, New York City, 1971

Gallery 252, Philadelphia, PA, 1971

REVIEWS/PUBLICATIONS:

West Austin Studio Tour, Catalogue, p 70(ill.), 2017

Art.Work Gallery Blog. Austin, TX. 2017

East Austin Studio Tour, Catalogue, p 176(ill.), 2017, Catalogue, p. 28(ill.), 2016

True Color Newsletter, PaintingsDirect.com, January 2008, September 2002, June 2000

Open Doors – 1996 companion volume to BWAC Open Studio Tour

Quick Center for the Arts – Fairfield University, September 10, 1993
OIA Newsletter – Fall 1993

Nurnberg Zeitung - Frankischer Kurier, April 16, 1987,

Nurnberg Nachrichten – April 22, 1987
The Prospect Press – Diane Miller Himmelbaum, February 1985

Sun Storm – “Paintings and Politics”, Lois Di Cosola, February, 1983
Newsday

Marilyn Goldstein, May 16, 1988, 
January 29, 1987

Weekend Part III, February 6, 1987

Hempstead Shuffles Its Space”, Susan Soper, September, 1977

The New York Times
Helen Harrison, March 15, 1987, “Discoveries and Jolts”, 
David L. Shirey, September 18th, 1977

arts magazine – Janice Glander-Bandyk, October 1977, Hedy O’Beil, October 1976

Phoenix Magazine –John Blackmore, October 1976

TEACHING EXPERIENCE:


Painting Instructor, New York Institute of Technology, Fine Arts Department, Commack, NY,1977–1978 Painting Instructor, St. John’s University, Fine Arts Department, Jamaica, NY, 

1974Painting Instructor, School of Visual Arts, New York City, 1972–1974Teaching Assistant, Tyler School of Art, Rome, Italy, 1970–1971


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I am a painter and printmaker currently living and working in Austin, Texas. I have exhibited my work in galleries and museums in the US and Germany, including the Vorpal Gallery, N.Y., Gallery Varisella, Germany, Nassau County Museum of Fine Arts, N.Y. and Art.Work, Austin

Among the many group exhibitions where my work has been shown are the East and West Austin Studio Tours, Guadalupe Arts Center (Austin), Contemporary Art Museum of Houston/ Members Gallery, and several National Drawing Association “Selected Works” touring exhibitions. 

I attended the School of Visual Arts, NYC and received my MFA from Tyler School of Art in Philadelphia and Rome, Italy. I have worked as a painting instructor, freelance curator, visual arts consultant, and was Coordinator of Cultural Arts for the Town of Hempstead, NY for 30 years before moving to Austin. 


Richartd Rutner. NY. Exhibition Poster




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Andrea Mikyska




Andrea Mikyska graduated from the Supermedia Studio at the University of Art and Design in Prague and during her studies, she completed an internship at the Academy of Fine Arts in Prague and an internship at the Universität Berlin der Künste in Berlin. Her work draws on the immensity of data content on the Internet and her own experience of presence in the online space. The work of Andrea Mikyska often touches on those issues of the popular visual culture associated with their own identity and self-reflection in relation to fashion trends. Her videos and installations are playing with the young generation, the ubiquitous tension of the constant intersections between these "public" and the intimate spaces of individuals.

I look at the practice of art as an integral part that needs to be shared and communicated. My work is united by the symbolism and aesthetics of the 1990s in which I was born and began to introduce new media. As a video artist, I seek to answer questions about the ecology of human identity – questions such as: how do objects in our lives affect our daily ritual; how does change in a place influence our experience of it; and what do our relationships with other people, organisms, computer systems, and current technology affect our lives. My work is mainly focused on digital narrative dialectic as the subtext of different life-processes: landscapes, environment, situations, organisms, programs, or places as an emergent fabric of events, simultaneously woven together amidst constant change. I believe at Anthropocene concept is the way in which it universalizes the roots of the eco-crisis by situating it among the anthropos-humanity in general, when it is, in fact, the result of a specific set of actions taken by a specific set of individuals, which is to say unbridled global capitalism and its agents and beneficiaries, especially as connected to the exploitation of the environment in all its forms in search of ever-increasing profit. Celebrating speed and technology has its risks. A century ago, the writers and artists of the Italian futurist movement fell in love with the machines of the industrial era and their apparent ability to invigorate society. Many futurists followed this fascination into war-mongering and fascism. While some futurist works are still admired, the movement’s reputation has never recovered. It is an important legacy for us that you are going to convert into a digitized form and leave data and heritage for the next generation. I believe in the Apocalypse. I do not play musical instruments, but I like to dance. My favorite color is blue in all shades. I strive to make my projects scalable and desirable.

I’m convinced that there is nothing more important, timely, and urgent to consider as our present ecological crisis, and in this regard, we can only do so by starting from our bases in our respective fields. Under current forms of governance, our relation to the environment threatens our coming existence, where not only nature is colonized but also our very future, colonization that we must all struggle to resist. I would like to move more comprehensively towards artistic practice. Using multiple media at once and looking for a homogeneous whole in art. My topics are mostly about ecological dystopia and about future scenarios where a man plays them in relation to nature and living organisms, which cause a greater role in the formation of Pyrocene (T.J.Demos, The Agency of Fire: Burning Aesthetics). The most compelling current artistic models, in my view, join the aesthetic dimension of experimental and perceptual engagement with the commitment to postcolonial ethico - political praxis and do so with sustained attention to how local activities interact with global formations. Working within and against the thick, heterogeneous histories of conceptualist art, the complex intertwining of aesthetics and politics within documentary moving-image practices, and the socio-spatial politics of environmental sculpture of decades past, contemporary artist is connecting to and building upon past approaches of institutional critique, documentary fictions, and multi-species assemblages. Mostly, I am inspired by the process itself.
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Xenia Meischner/ Ræubertrøte


Verwurzelt auf Jasmund, dem Erzgebirge verbunden, vereint in beiderlei Natur – einem stets wiederkehrenden Element im Schaffen von RÆUBERTRØTE-FOTOGRAFIE. Aufgewachsen umgeben von Wald & Meer, erkannte die heute 27-Jährige bald, dass jenes, was nicht losgelassen werden kann oder mag, mit diesem „Zauberkasten Kamera“ dauerhaft festhaltbar ist – eine Art PANOPTIKUM DER SEELE, ganz automatisch. Xenia Meischner – exekutives Gedanken- & Gefühlsbündel hinter Ræubertrøte-Fotografie – ließ 2017 ihre fragilen BILDGEFÜHLE & GEFÜHLSBILDERim Rahmen des 2. Vollmondfestes der Hafenstadt Sassnitz erstmalig aus dem Monitor steigen, sich an den verlassenen Wänden - gleichermaßen an Melancholie & Neugier appellierend, an Vergänglichkeit erinnernd - eines alten Fachwerkhauses wiederzufinden, harmonisch die Atmosphäre der präsentierten Fotografien unterstreichend: Weitab vom zehrenden Strudel der Gegenwart flüstern die Detailaufnahmen & Portraits verträumt von RUHE, VERLETZLICHKEIT & dem SEHNEN. Darauf folgte bald eine mehr als einjährige Ausstellung in einer Rügener Silberschmiede. Um die Projektionen aus ihrem Kopf aufrichtig zu halten, entschied sich die Träumerin, die Fotografie nicht zur Arbeit zu machen, sondern für diese einen Griff in die Truhe der weiteren von ihr bewunderten Künste zu tätigen: So wird beruflich mit Literatur, privat mit Lichtbildern hantiert – WENN WORTE NICHT GENÜGEN."















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Sanj Thapar




I am a graduate from Sir JJ School of Arts Mumbai, India in 1990, one of the largest Art colleges in Asia. I received 4 gold medals in my final year. I am based in Dubai for the past 28 years, have worked as a Creative Director in Advertising Agency 

I started to paint on the walls of my home when I was young, but gradually moved on to Canvas, realizing that I had to leave my work behind every time I moved my house. I prefer using Oils to Acrylics, Palette Knives to brushes. 

I have had 3 solo exhibitions in Dubai. First one in Hotel Murooj Rotana at Burj Khalifa in 2011 and the second one at the Prestigious “Emirates Golf Club” in 2012 and the 3rd one at Media City Dubai in 2013. My 4th Solo Art exhibition was at the prestigious Jehangir Art Gallery, Mumbai India in 2013.
My 5thSolo exhibition was at Country Collection, Hauz Khas Village, New Delhi, India in 2014.



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Jose Witteveen




The art projects I work on in this period are an amalgamation of the skills I’ve acquired over the years and all my other interests – in history, psychology, sociology, philosophy and literature.”

I try to remember what never existed, or maybe it did and it is more present than the figures playing their role in this scenery as we see here today”.

Orlando (2020)

Inspired by the book “Orlando” by Virginia Woolf, Jose is working on a series of portraits, all the characters could be Orlando.
They struggle with their identity on one hand, but also are proud of their authenticity, celebrating what it means to be Human. Not depending on time or gender, they tell universal stories – but at the same time a very personal one.
A poetic journey, a search for identity where most of us ,if we look well and with attention, will find some recognition.



Doll Parts (2020)

The characters in the series “doll parts” represent the presence of a new bittersweet reality. It speaks about isolation, desolation and quarantine.

We live in an extaordinary time, and it has not settled, it’s in flux. The old ways of communication, presenting ourselves make place for completely different ways of being. In a way more connected with each other because of the easy access of information, on the other hand more isolated and alienated than ever.

Observing how the relationship with the other change in this whole process is what the artist tries to reflect on in this series of work. “To be present” gets a completely different meaning then before



La grande bellezza (2019-2020)

This series of photographs, collages and digital drawings/paintings are about the critical issue of pollution.
Seeking the “beauty” of the street waste of Rome but at the same time taking a critical look at it.
It is also a result of wandering in and discovering the streets of Rome trying to shed a light on that what normally is hidden away.



Reason, Madness and Hope (2015-2019)

The artist moved to Rome in 2015; in her work she reveals Rome as a contemporary city but strongly linked to its ancient and glorious past and in this she analyses the persons who live in it.
How the people live between reason and madness, madness which is no longer the domain of the witch, the religious seer or the poetic genius but is now the domain of nearly everybody. No human mind is in its right state; to escape reality we can die, become insane or go online.
Reason, an interference between looking and understanding, thinking, between alienation and recognition of a moment of stillness which puts us to thoughts.

The portraits are of people the artist met on the streets of Rome;  all of whom shared their stories, their hopes, their fears. “We are all made of stories”. The portraits serve as a platform that enables its subject(s) to engage in a visual dialogue with the viewer.



Greiden en Leithwalk (2013-2015)

In this series of etchings the artist gives the emptiness in the landscapes a visible meaning. She shows a melancholic rawness, which is also present in the Frisians and its surroundings, translated to (mythical) stories where the emptiness not only gets a different meaning but the viewer will recognise their own part in it. Therefore something unidentified comes to the surface that is often kept hidden, but which is what we secretly desire for and what we long to look at. In the city and the typical Frisian landscapes the characters appear in a enigmatic condition.

Folklore from the Middle Ages and Philosophical observations are a valuable source of inspiration, but the stories from odd folk on the streets or anecdotes from people surrounding her in daily life can also be the inspiration for a new etching. Looking for the magic of daily life can lead to all kinds of stories. In the etchings everything comes together. A modern dream world with a historic layer, a Frisian adaptation of old mythology.
During this period she worked on zinc plates daily; the etching technique itself is centuries old, labor-intensive and time consuming, due to this extensive requirement of time the image is allowed time to develop.



Fabelgestalten & Superhelden (2012)

Her first solo exhibition in the Frisian Museum in 2012 Fabelgestalten & Superhelden” not only displayed work in the theme described above, but also the series Icons”, where you can see humans pictured as  21st century icons. This was the first time the artist produced large sized etchings; The Pope, The Girl and the Death shows a 21st century triptych. Where The Pope also represents Obama, The Girl represents the artist herself and Jean D’Arc at the same time, The Death is Michael Jackson with the body from “dance macabre”. The question is; does holiness in this time not have a different meaning? Does it became a different goal in itself?



First works and background (before 2012)

José’s characteristic observations derive from her childhood. She grew up in a nature reserve, in a hamlet just outside of the Frisian city of IJlst.

She started out as a researcher in anthropological field research, where her specialty was the animal, instinctive nature of the human; hidden under a thin layer of “civilisation”. This resulted in images that look like an interhuman zoo, with social, fragile structures. The primitive, animalistic behaviour of a person is of importance, particularly mankind’s attempts to ‘mask’ lower urges.

José tries to catch and expose these impulses. In her etchings, man reveals himself, seen through her eyes: led by fear and demons, lust and urges; afraid of death or social isolation.
“Maybe everything can be reduced to the contradiction between reason and instinct”, she explains.
“To me, life is a play in which everyone plays different roles. I am the audience that enjoys it, but I can also let it escalate.”

Since 2000 the etching technique became her partner and has never left her side. Since then, she has dedicated herself full time entirely to this technique while changing her habitat, from Frisian countryside to Amsterdam, Den Hague, Leeuwarden, Berlin, Edinburgh, Reijkjavik and, for the last four years, Rome. Since living in Rome she also started working in a variety of media such as photography, collage, digital works, sound and film.

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Paul Roxi 




1948
Geboren in Berlin
1971
Abitur und Studium in Hamburg
1991
Neubeginn der künstlerischen Arbeit
lebt und arbeitet in Hamburg,
Mitglied im BBK
(Bundesverband Bildender Künstlerinnen und Künstler)


DER SCHAMANISMUS DES 21. JAHRHUNDERTS 

(Zu Werken von Paul Roxi)

Petr Štěpán, November 2012

Für die deutsche moderne und postmoderne bildnerische Kunst sind der Expressionismus und der Dadaismus, beziehungsweise der Neo-Expressionismus und der Neo-Dadaismus, von großer Bedeutung. Im Wekt von Paul Roxi ist dieser Einfluss nicht nur erkennbar, er stellt – natürlich – auch einen weiteren ästhetischen Code dar, mit dem der Autor eine neue bildnerische Schönheit in der Umgebung, auch einer abstoßenden und verletzenden, sucht und findet.

Roxis Arbeit mit konkreten Objekten ruft primär auch die Vorstellung konkreter Skulpturen hervor. Die Identifizierung von Material und ursprünglichem Zweck interessieren den Betrachter üblicherweise zuerst. Allerdings führt dieser Ansatz nicht zum direkten Verständnis des Werks. Die Materialien sind überaus vielfältig, unlogisch zusammengeführt, und der Zweck der Objekte verleitet eher zu irrtümlichen Assoziationen, die die weiteren Objekte quasi besiegen. Und weil die Objekte von Roxi einen anderen Zweck haben, einen künstlerischen natürlich, müssen sie anders gelesen werden. Man muss ihnen wie Kunstwerken begegnen und versuchen, diese in ihrer Gesamtheit zu sehen, den Geist in ihnen zu finden, und das Gefühl, mit dem sie einen ansprechen. 

Ich meine, dass in den plastischen Werken Paul Roxis der Betrachter immer gegenwärtig ist. Die Werke wurden für den Betrachter geschaffen und ziehen ihn quasi in das Objekt hinein. Der Autor spricht den Betrachter ganz offensichtlich an. Seine Werke zielen weder auf ein ideelles Universum noch auf den konzeptionellen Raum ab, sondern verfügen über einen unmerklichen Zauber, der das Publikum anrührt. Das kollektive Unterbewusstsein, die Kunst der Naturvölker, aber auch Kinderzeichnungen und die Art brut sind weitere Ingredienzien, dank derer die Arbeiten von Paul Roxi wie ein seherisches, schamanisches Werk des 21. Jahrhunderts wirken.


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Judith Weißig


seit 2011Arbeit und Leben in Bad Homburg und Leverkusen
2001/07Studium an der Burg Giebichenstein Hochschule für Kunst und Design Halle
2008Diplom für Bildende Kunst
2007/17 Gründung der Künstlergemeinschaft club mantell e. V.
1978geboren in Tübingen

Stipendien 
2020Hessen kulturell neu eröffnen – Arbeitsstipendium, Hessen
2017 Aufenthaltsstipendium Kunstverein Röderhof, Sachsen-Anhalt
2013Aufenthaltsstipendium Gedok Lübeck, Schleswig-Holstein
2005Erasmus-Stipendium Athen, Athens School of Fine Arts

2013 PARTNERSCHAFTEN, Bayrischer Staatspreis mit club mantell, Exempla München
2010Justus-Brinckmann-Förderpreis mit club mantell, Hamburg

Projekte, interdisziplinä(www.jimdo.clubmantell.de)
2017    CHALLENGE ACCEPTED (online-projekt) 
2012PARZELLE UNIQUE (Projekt in Landschaft)
2011CANVAS OR NOT – Die Tische sind unten 

Ausstellungen (Auswahl)
2018/19DER GEMEINSAME TELLER Künstlerhaus Alteburger Wall, Köln
100 Jahre Arbeiterwohlfahrt, Maria-Juchacz-Zentrum Köln (Katalog)
The Cologne Book Art Fair 
BelEtage, Düsseldorf
Kolonie 1-Museum, Leverkusen
2017Flora, Torhaus Köln
2015ART FOR A PROMISE, 48 Stunden Neukölln Kunstfestival, Berlin
FINDEN BILDER MATRICES BBK Plauen
EINBLICKE Badehaus Burscheid
2012/13INÜBERUNTERAUF GEDOK Lübeck
Galerie HudPromo, Odessa/Ukraine
 VIEL IST IMMER GUT Künstlerhaus 188, Halle/Saale
2010/11NÄHENAHT Galerie Hellrot, Halle/Saale 
KURZZEITIG UNANGESTRENGTES WARTEN AUF DEN ERFOLG UFO-Galerie, HalleWEGREISSEN-ABREISSEN Kunstinbetrieb2, Halle/Saale (Katalog)
COLLAGEN IHK Magdeburg
FORTSETZUNGSGESCHICHTE Brig, Schweiz
2008/09INNEN HALTEN Galerie salonfähig, Halle/Saale



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Olaf Schirm. 



(*1958, Berlin) ist unter dem Namen Symboter seit den 70er-Jahren als Musiker in der elektronischen Musik und Klangkunst tätig. Sein Hintergrund der Biologie und Physik, gepaart mit seinen künstlerischen und Ingenieurs-Familienwurzeln führte zur Gründung von Unternehmen der 3D-Computeranimation, Echtzeit Motion Capture Technologie, Avatare und Chatbots, Forschungsrobotik und E-Couture. Er erhielt Auszeichnungen vom Royal College of Art London, Siggraph Los Angeles, Byte Magazine, Medikinale.  Als internationaler Künstler im Bereich Science Art untersucht er Fragen der Wahrnehmung, der Zeit und der Mensch-Maschine-/KI-Beziehung. Olaf Schirm ist zudem Autor, Kunstsammler und Sprecher bei Podiumsdiskussionen und Konferenzen. Er kuratiert Ausstellungen von Sammlerkunst und Science Art.

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(*1958, Berlin) is active as a musician in electronic music and sound art under the name “Symboter” since the 1970s. His background in biology and physics, coupled with his artistic and engineering family roots led to the founding of companies in 3D computer animation, real-time motion capture technology, avatars and chatbots, research robotics and e-couture. He has received awards from the Royal College of Art London, Siggraph Los Angeles, Byte Magazine, Medikinale.  Working as an international artist in the field of science art, he focuses on questions about perception of time and man-machine/AI relations. Olaf Schirm is author of studies and upcoming books, art collector and speaker on conferences and at discussions about art and technology. He is also curator of exhibitions of art collections and science art.




Diskurs Projectroom. Ausstellungsposter. 

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Hans Schüle.  Biographie


* 1965, Neckarsulm

Biographie
Study of painting and sculpture at the Akademie der Bildenden Künste, Munich and at the HDK, Berlin, Member of Deutscher Künstlerbund and Künstlerbund Baden-Württemberg

Exhibitions (selection)
Kunstmuseum Singen (S), Städtische Museen Heilbronn (S), Kunstverein Biberach (S), Kunstverein Markdorf (S), Kunstverein Hockenheim (S), Hospitalhof Stuttgart (S), Ulmer Kunststiftung pro arte, Ulm (S), Kunststiftung Erich Hauser, Rottweil (S), Städtische Galerie Bietigheim-Bissingen (G), Dominikanermuseum Rottweil (G), Städtisches Museum Schloss Rheydt, Mönchengladbach (G), Galerie der Stadt Tuttlingen (S), Städtische Galerie im Turm, Donaueschingen (S), Schweizerische Triennale der Skulptur, Bad Ragatz, CH (G), Kunsthalle Wil, CH (S), Kunstverein Wilhelmshöhe, Ettlingen (G), sculpture park of Villa La Collina, Cadenabbia, I (G), Konrad Adenauer Stiftung, Berlin (G), Georg Kolbe Museum, Berlin (G), Galerie im Prediger, Schwäbisch Gmünd (S), columbus art foundation, Ravensburg (G), Kunstverein Tiergarten, Berlin (G), Kölnisches Stadtmuseum, Köln (G), Haus der Kunst, Munich (G)

Art in public space

2001 Kolonie, Neckarsulm/D
2005: Station, San Francisco/USA
2006: Crossover I, Miami/USA
2009: Soul, Siena/Italien
2011: Big Loop, Vancouver/Canada
2012: Hybride, Heilbronn/D
2013: Hybride #40, Cadenabbia/Italien
2015: Crossover II, Taipé/Taiwan
2015: Breathe, Taipé/Taiwan
2015: Mineral, Spaichingen, D
2015: Große Hybride, Tuttlingen/D
2016: Figures, Boston/USA
2016: Fraktal, Kuwait City, Kuwait

Awards

2015 Stadtkünstler Spaichingen
2011 Juryaward for sculpture, Lebens Art Stiftung, Cologne
2004 Studentship of Else-Heiliger-Fonds, Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung, Berlin
2000 International studio award, Kunststiftung Erich Hauser, Rottweil


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Markus Butkereit

Biography

1976 born in Berlin, Germany

Solo Exhibitions

2018 Obfuscation, Bazis Contemporary, Cluj - Napoca, Romania
2016 Tigerpicture, B.Z.Z.T. II cold coffee and foot massage, Berlin, Germany 
2013 Ögon no Taiyō Shikkoku naru Yoake, Stoffwechsel Galerie, Mannheim, Germany 
2011 Drive - by shooting, Diagonales 61, Marseille, France
2011 Dr. Mabuse, Addict Gallery, Paris, France
2010 Himmelfahrt Nr.1 - 53, Urban art info, Berlin, Germany

Group Exhibitions

2018 Everything in Its Right Place, Raum Vollreinigung, Berlin, Germany
2018 Connected - East meets West, video screening, curated by Božidar Katić & Martina Mezak, Berlin, Germany 
2018 achtung! uwaga, Sabot Mimi Faster, Swinemünde, Poland
2018 Bima and Friends II, curated by Bhiema Griem, Berlin, Germany
2018 Struktur - elle Gewalt, Sabot Mimi Faster, Berlin, Germany
2018 Exhibitionists, curated by Biancoshok, Elfo, Rub Kandy, Rome, Italy 
2018 The Starting Point that will Also be the Exit, The Souvenir Museum, Curated by Rose Pacult, Paris, France 
2017 L´Action prend place, Festival Non - Alignées, La Generale, Paris, France
2017 What the Weekend is Gallery, Alte Münze, Berlin, Germany
2016 Geben Sie ihm keine Zigarette, er ist noch ein Kind!, Berlin, Germany
2015 To connect sign up today, Goteborgs Konsthall, Göteburg, Sweden 

2015 Igenom, Hammerkullen Konsthall, Göteburg, Sweden 
2015 Views, The Chemistry Gallery, Prag, Czech Republic
2015 Backjumps 20 +1, Kunstraum Kreuzberg Bethanien, Berlin, Germany
2014 Serious TV week 47-48, Tys Exhibition Space, Copenhagen, Denmark 
2014 Nomadic Spaces & Former Future Nows, Nationalgalerie, Berlin, Germany 
2014 Galerie Nomades Archist 03, Art-cade, Galerie des grands bains douches de la plaine, Marseille, France 
2013 Backjumps Christmas Spezial, Kunstraum Kreuzberg - Bethanien, Berlin, Germany
2013 Contemporary Art, Stadtmuseum München, München, Germany
2013 Wir kommen alle, Artsquad Kunstverein, Berlin, Germany
2013 Public Arena, Associazione Barriera, Torino, Italy
2013 On your marks, get set, go, Elias Canetti Society, Ruse, Bulgaria
2013 Tchikebe Studio, Slick Art Fair, Brüssel, Belgium
2012 Salat Komplett mit Alles, Rock the Block, Vierte Welt, Berlin, Germany
2012 Quarter 12, Chmielna, Quarter Gallery, Warszaw, Poland
2011 G & O, Silkscreenprints, Tchikebe Studio, Marseille, France 
2011 Gamerz 07, École Supérieure d´Art Aix en Provence, Aix en Provence, France
2011 Berliner Zimmer Genossen, Funkhaus Berlin, Berlin, Germany
2011 Diamonds - Supersentai, Lucas Carrieri Art Gallery, Berlin, Germany
2011 24 h Abandoned Munic, Galeria Autonomica, München, Germany
2011 Du mur à l’atelier et l’art urbain, Addict Gallery, Paris, France
2010 L`Art Urbain...du mur à l‘atelier..., Addict Gallery, Paris, France
2010 Berlin Metting, Czech Embassy, Berlin, Germany
2010 Diamonds - Millionen Körper, Senatsresevenspeicher Berlin, Artitude Kunstverein, Berlin, Germany
2009 Muss alles raus?, Urban art info, Berlin/ Germany
2009 Art Totale, Leuphana University, Lüneburg, Germany
2009 Wir sind nicht die Affen in deiner Horde, Urban art info, Berlin, Germany

Public Projects

2018 Exhibitionists, Curated by Biancoshok, Elfo, Rub Kandy, Rome, Italy
2017 L´Action prend place, Festival Non - Alignées, La Generale, Paris, France
2016 Behind the fence, Projectroom// S85, Berlin, Germany
2016 Auf der Palme, Projectroom// Big Walls, Berlin, Germany
2015 Goteborgs Konsthall, Tryckverkstaden, Göteborg, Sweden
 2014 Galerie Nomades Archist 03, Art-cade, Galerie des grands bains douches de la plaine, Marseille, France
2013 Invisible Cities - Ruse, Elias Canetti Society, Ruse, Bulgaria
2013 Reclaim the subway, Elias Canetti Society, Ruse, Bulgaria
2013 On your marks, get set, go, Elias Canetti Society, Ruse, Bulgaria
2012 Quarter 12, Chmielna, Warszaw, Poland
2011 Goals & Objectives, Praha, Berlin, Brüssel, Paris, Aix en provence, Marseille, Baden - Baden, Europe
2009 Art Totale, Leuphana University, Lüneburg, Germany
2005 City of Names, Jazzstylecorner, Backjumps Issue II, Kunstraum Kreuzberg - Bethanien, Berlin, Germany
2003 City of Names, Jazzstylecorner, Götheburg, Sweden

Lectures, workshops

2016 Newspaper today and Elias Canetti, lecture, Hidden Indexes Projectroom, Berlin, Germany 
2015 Artist talk with Liv Stoltz, Goteborg´s Konsthall, Göteburg, Sweden 
2015 Studiotalk with Linda Tedsdotter, Konstepedemin, Göteburg, Sweden 
2015 Graffiti as a urban calligraphy, lecture, Konstepedemin, Göteburg, Sweden
2015 Instinctive identities and unconsciously symbols, lecture, Konstepedemin, Göteburg, Sweden
2013 Invisible Cities - Ruse, lecture, Elias Canetti Society, Ruse, Bulgaria
2013 Human sun, lecture, Elias Canetti Society, Ruse, Bulgaria
2013 Reclaim the subway, workshop, Elias Canetti Society, Ruse, Bulgaria
2011 Goals & Objectives, lecture, Zinc, Arts cultures Numériques, Marseille, France
2004 Typomesse, lecture, Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin, Germany

Residencies

2015 Artist in residence, Goteborg´s Konsthall, Göteburg, Sweden 
2015 Artist in residence, Iaspis, The Swedish Arts Grants, Stockholm, Sweden
2015 Artist in residence, Künstlerdorf Schöppingen, Schöppingen, Germany
2013 Artist in residence, Elias Canetti Society, Ruse, Bulgaria
2009 Art Totale, Leuphana University, 1st video award, Lüneburg, Germany

Bibliography, books, exhibition catalogues

2018 Obfusation, exhibition catalogue, designed by Büro Bum Bum

2016 B.Z.Z.T. II, published by Hidden Indexes
2016 B.Z.Z.T.I, published by Hidden Indexes 
2015 Open House catalogue, Iaspis grant holders, published by Iaspis, The Swedish Arts Grants 
2014 Our Idols are dead, 32 Notes on Graffiti, published by Klick Klack Magazin
2014 B.Z.Z.T. Newspaper, published by Markus Butkereit
2013 Public Arena, exhibition catalogue, published by Artegiovane, Associazione Barriera
2013 Left hand pieces, book, published by Markus Butkereit
2012 Left hand pieces - sketches, book, published by Markus Butkereit
2011 Arts multimédia, exhibition catalogue, published by Association M2F Créations
2011 Diamonds - Supersentai, exhibition catalogue, published by Diamonds Press
2010 Diamonds - Millionen Körper, exhibition catalogue, published by Diamonds Press
2010 Himmelfahrt Nr. 1 - 53, book, published by Urban art info Verlag
2009 Galeria Autonomica, exhibition catalogue, published by Autonomica Press
2007 Urban Art Photography, documentation, published by Die Gestalten Verlag
2007 Translatae Stillae Pluviae, Writing the memory of the city, book, published by Dokument Verlag
2005 Style writing, documentation, published by Publikat Verlag
2005 Black Book - Silkscreenprints, book, published by Fleischerei
2004 Writing - Urban calligraphy and beyond, book, published by Die Gestalten Verlag
2003 Haushalten - Ein Künstlerprojekt, exhibition documentation, Bezirksamt Pankow, published by Galerie Pankow

Articles and reviews
2018 Obfuscation, Artribune, by Simona Scopelliti, Roma, Italy
2018 Exhibitionists, Juxtapoz, Art - culture, San Francisco, USA 
2018 Exhibitionists, tgcom24, cultura, Rome, Italy 
2016 Urban Explorers - Hinter der Fassade, Arte Creative, Strasbourg, Frankreich 
2016 Artist in Residence Report, Kultur i Väst, Göteborg, Sweden 
2015 Rockets on the Battlefield, 99 % Urban, Berlin, Germany 
2015 To connect sign up today, Sveriges Radio, Göteburg, Sweden 
2015 Purple Rain, Der Faktor Regen, Westfälische Nachrichten, Münster, Germany 
2015 Rockets on the Battlefield, Rabarnes, Madrid, Spain
2015 Rockets on the Battlefield, Radio Eins, Berlin, Germany

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Christian Chrobok



Christian Chrobok (born 1969) is a German conceptual artist. He graduated from the University of Münster, Germany in 1997. Trained in philosophy, cultural theory and economics, he appropriates in his practice the language of the museum and of other cultural archives. Since 1995 Chrobok has been working on a long-term project titled Institute for Cultural Cassation (ICC) (Institut für Kulturelle Kassation). Presentations of this work include: Retropolis Trbovlje - 3rd NSK State Folk Art Biennale, Delavski domTrbovlje (DDT), Trbovlje, Slovenia(2018); OSTRALE Biennale for Contemporary Art, Dresden, Germany (2017);The Burren Annual - The 2nd NSK State Folk Art Biennale: Folk Art Rising 1916-2016, Burren College of Art, Newtown Castle, Ballyvaughan, Co. Clare, Ireland, (2016);1st NSK Folk Art Biennale, Spinnerei, Halle 12, Leipzig, Germany (2014); NSK Folk Art, Calvert 22 Gallery in cooperation with Tate Modern, Chelsea Space and UCL, London, UK (2012); NSK Folk Art, Škuc Gallery, Ljubljana, Slovenia (2011); Taipei Biennial 2010, Taipei Fine Arts Museum, Taipei, Taiwan (2010)


Christian Chrobok (geboren 1969) ist ein deutscher Konzeptkünstler. Er absolvierte 1997 die Universität Münster. Ausgebildet in Philosophie, Kulturtheorie und Wirtschaftswissenschaften appropriiert seine künstlerische Praxis die Sprache des Museums und anderer kultureller Archive. Seit 1995 arbeitet Chrobok an einem Langzeitprojekt mit dem Titel Institut für Kulturelle Kassation (Institute for Cultural Cassation) (ICC). Präsentationen dieser Arbeit u.a.: Retropolis Trbovlje - 3rd NSK State Folk Art Biennale, Delavski domTrbovlje (DDT), Trbovlje, Slowenien(2018); OSTRALE Biennale for Contemporary Art, Dresden, Deutschland (2017);The Burren Annual - The 2nd NSK State Folk Art Biennale: Folk Art Rising 1916-2016, Burren College of Art, Newtown Castle, Ballyvaughan, Co. Clare, Irland, (2016);1st NSK Folk Art Biennale, Spinnerei, Halle 12, Leipzig, Deutschland (2014); NSK Folk Art, Calvert 22 Gallery in Kooperation mit Tate Modern, Chelsea Space und UCL, London, GB (2012); NSK Folk Art, Škuc Gallery, Ljubljana, Slowenien (2011); Taipei Biennial 2010, Taipei Fine Arts Museum, Taipeh, Taiwan (2010)




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Ipung Purnomo.



Ipung Purnomo is an Indonesian artist. He was born in 1974. He’s had passion for painting since he was very young. His early works were landscapes and portraits. He had his first solo painting exhibition when he was in a college. He lived in Yogyakarta from 2001-2005. He ran a painting studio there. He traveled to some cities in Indonesia to receive trainings from some professional artists.

Currently, he’s living in Papua. He has participated in national and international exhibitions. A few collective exhibitions that were held in Indonesia and some collective exhibitions which were held in Japan, the USA, Italy, the Netherlands, Vietnam, Columbia, the UK, France, Poland, Germany, Spain, Rome and Austria. His works have been included in international publications: International Contemporary Artists, International Contemporary Masters and Inter-Asia Cultural Studies Journal. He has received a Museum Award from Musee de Peinture de Saint-Frajou, France. He wrote a book “The Artistic Glimpse Of The East”, published by The Scholar’s Press, which recently has been translated to seven languages : French, German, Dutch, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian and Russian. He was selected for an artist’s residency program at Kersan Art Foundation, Yogyakarta, in June 2019.



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Ute Faber




Einzelausstellungen (Auswahl ab 2007)
2019
2016
Bootschaft, Kirchengemeinde Epiphanien
Fatto a Mano, goMedus Zentrum
Berlin
Berlin
2015
Fatto a Mano, goMedus Zentrum
Berlin
2014
Einer, die auszog... , Galerie Vogtshof
Hachenburg
2014
Schein und Sein... , Galerie Gunzoburg
Überlingen
2013
Heaven can wait, Galerie aquabit
Berlin
2012
Galerie artundso
Offenburg
2011
Streifen am Horizont, Aitia
Berlin
2010
Eine Träumerin sieht nach vorn, DMW Galerie
Berlin
2009
Sippschaften, Galerie Ko15
Berlin
2009
Wahlverwandschaften, Kunst in der Rotunde
Kassel
2009
Land, Leute, Leben, Galerie Agricultura
Speyer
2008
Land, Leute, Leben, Galerie Agricultura
Darmstadt
2008
Land, Leute, Leben, Galerie Agricultura
Saarbrücken
2008
Land, Leute, Leben, Galerie AGricultura
Kassel
2007
Echoloten, Galerie Moro
Berlin

Ute Faber, geboreninAltenkirchen/Westerwald studierte in Berlin und Italien Malerei, Bildhauerei undKunstgeschichte.
seit 2010
Mitglied bei Sculpture Network
seit 2004
Mitglied im Verein Berliner Künstler (VBK)
seit 1997
Freischaffende Künstlerin, verschiedene Ausstellungen und Kunstprojekte im In-und Ausland
1990 – 1996
Abendstudium BWL, FHW, Berlin 
Fernstudium Kunstmanagement, FernUniversität Hagen
1985 – 2002
Berufstätigkeit im Marketing und Vertrieb
1982 – 1984
Studium Bildhauerei & Malerei, Academia di Belle Arti, Italien
Nach mehrjährigerTätigkeit im Marketing wirkt sie seit 1997 in Berlin als freischaffende Künstlerin.

Gruppenausstellungen (Auswahl ab 2007)
2019
2019
2019
2019

2019
2018
2018
2017
Schöneberger Art, Haus der Kunst Berlin
Drei Tage Kunst, Kommunale Galerie Berlin
Die Hälfte der Welt, Update 19, Galerie VBK
Nation, Religon, Zerstreuung und Exil
Galerie Einkaufsquelle
Gallery Malina, Greenstyle Munich
Totalitär Update 18, Gaöerie VBK
Das Bild der Frau, Galerie Kunstverein Wörth 
Anders wo, Galerie VBK
Berlin
Berlin
Berlin
Berlin
Görzke
München
Berlin
Wörth
Berlin
2017
Days of female passion, art affairs
Berlin
2017
3 Tage Kunst, Kommunale Galerie
Berlin
2017
Art in Nature, Städtische Galerie
Bad Reichenhall
2017
Paulina’s Friends, Concept Gallery
Berlin
2016
Kölner Liste
Köln
2016
Update 15, Galerie VBK
Berlin
2016
Muses, Art Gallery
Paris, F
2015
3 Tage Kunst, Kommunale Galerie
Berlin
2015
JubiläumsAusstellung, Galerie Hexagone
Aachen
2015
BlauBlauBlau, Galerie Treves, Tuchfabrik
Trier
2015
textile art
Berlin
2015
BAGL Art Fair
Berlin
2015
Luce mania, Galerie VBK
Berlin
2014
First Art Kit
Niederlande
2014
3 Tage Kunst, Kommunale Galerie
Berlin
2014
textile art
Berlin
2014
tete´a tete´, Galerie VBK
Berlin
2014
Update 14, Galerie VBK
Berlin
2013
Karamba, Hotel Bogota
Berlin
2013
Galerie Hexagone
Aachen
2013
Plastik, Galerie bauchhund
Berlin
2013
Elemente.Schwerkraft.Gleichgewicht., Galerie Flierl
Berlin
2012
Die sechs Richtigen, Galerie Hexagone
Aachen
2012
White Cube, Galerie VBK
Berlin
2012
StrukturWerkRaum, Studio 1, Künstlerhaus Bethanien
Berlin
2011
Emerge Art Fair
Washington, USA
2011
Galerie Hexagone
Aachen
2011
Berliner Liste
Berlin
2011
Unter Druck, Galerie VBK
Berlin
2010
Kunst in der Kiste, Kunstamt Eschwege
Schmalenborn
2010
Treibsand, Temporäre Kunsthalle MLG-Kirche
Berlin
2010
tease art fair # 4
Köln
2009
Inselglück 2009Kunstamt Mitte
Berlin
2009
Künstlerbücher, Schule für Gestaltung
Basel, CH
2009
Kiron Espace Galerie + Forum
Paris, F
2008
Inselglück 2008Kunstamt Mitte
Berlin
2008
Luxun Fine Art Gallery
China
2008
Vistawechsel, GSA Galerie
Hilversum, NL
2007
Inselglück 2007Kunstamt Mitte
Berlin
2007
Heimat“ Kommunale Galerie
Berlin
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/// Pawel Tkaczyk /// 



a Polish-born artist, now based in Warsaw, Poland. They represent various techniques and subjects. Tkaczyk is interested in figurative and abstract painting but also in murals. He has had numerous exhibitions. His paintings can be found in private collections, in Poland and abroad. He is interested in other artistic forms, too: experimental and electronic music, and photography.

Selected Exhibitions
2019
Exhibition - Paintings, Art Fair, Targi Sztuki Dostępnej, Warsaw
Personal Exhibition - Photography, Soto Gallery, Warsaw
2018
Exhibition - Paintings, Canvas Culture, HIDEOUT, Warsaw
Personal Exhibition - Paintings, Slow Motion, Vitkac, Warsaw
2017
Personal Exhibition - Paintings, Na Lato, Warsaw
Personal Exhibition - Photography, SNL Gallery, Warsaw
2016
Exhibition - Photography, Dry Magazine V: Launch & Exhibition, Copenhagen, Denmark
Exhibition - Photography, Gallery SORT BLAEK, Copenhagen, Denmark
Polarity Project with Tobias Birk Nielsen, Copenhagen Fashion Week AW16, Denmark
2015
Personal Exhibition - Paintings, Galeria Kuratorium, Warsaw
Exhibition - Photography, Festival Warsaw Photo Days
Exhibition - Photography, 5. Opolski Festiwal Fotografii
Exhibition - Photography, Fotofestiwal, Łódz
Exhibition - Photography, Foto Art Festiwal, Bielsko Biała 
2014
Exhibition - Paintings, Galeria Kuratorium, Warsaw
Personal Exhibition - Photography, "WAR/SAW" - gwl*, Warsaw
2013
Exhibition - Paintings, Galeria Kuratorium, Warsaw
Exhibition - Paintings, Wawa Design Festiwal, SOHO FACTORY, Warsaw
2012
Personal Exhibition - Paintings, Atomic Freedom, SKWER, Warsaw
Exhibition - Paintings, Warsaw Gallery Weekend, SOHO FACTORY, Warsaw
2011
Exhibition - Paintings, Art Fair, Untitled, Rempex, Warsaw
Exhibition - Paintings, Art Fair, ART INN, Warsaw
2010
Exhibition - Paintings, Salon Tworczosci Swobodnej Galeria DADA, Warsaw
Personal Exhibition - Paintings, Galeria Schody, Warsaw
Personal Exhibition - Paintings, ArtTu Galeria Sztuk Pięknych, Warsaw
2009
Personal Exhibition - Paintings, Sublimation, Hotel Europejski, Warsaw
Exhibition - Paintings, DIFFUSION OFF ZONE, Fashion Week, Łódz
Exhibition - Paintings, Latająca Galeria Szu Szu, Kashanti Project, Warsaw
2008
Mural painting with Wilhelm Sasnal, OFF Festival, Mysłowice
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IA KOCHINASHVILI



Artworks exhibited in private collections in Tbilisi, New York, France


2019 - Present      Moonshake Studio

Designer, NY

Create print designs using - batique, tie dye, acrylic, aquarelle
1998 - Present        Children's Art Studio "Saint-Ex Kids Art"

Founder, Tbilisi

Founded and manage an Art Studio for kids

1989 - 1992               Architecture Studio of Ministry of

Culture of Georgia

Architect, Tbilisi

Worked as a junior architect

Education

1983 - 1988

Bachelor's Degree in Civil Architecture Tbilisi State Academy of Arts, Tbilisi Description of the education/course.


Exhibitions



2015        INTERANGUES STREET ART PROGRAMM

Erasmus +, Brussels

2000     TEXTILE INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP

Gallery "Muse", Tbilisi

TEXTILE INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP
Gallery "Muse", Tbilisi

2004 - 2015

Organized Summer School Art programs in

partnership with Silk Voyage, Ecole Suisse, Globy Mundus, France-Language, Erasmus +

2016

Organized a visual art workshop “Together” for

the DS pupils; workshop of visual art and baking

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Stefania Pinsone

An Award-winning artist (EWAL Premier Art Award London 2019 Top Prize winner). Her artworks are characterised by a powerful personal painting style that combines a strong figurative imagery with the elegance of a new contemporary impressionism of the digital age.


Education

MFA in visual arts.Accademia di Belle Arti di Roma, 1997
Degree in Art History, M.A. with honors, Università degli Studi di Roma Tor Vergata, 2007

Exhibitions

2020 $€X¥ Gstaad, art exhibition organised by ArtsFemin, Huus Resort Hotel, Feb.-Mar. 2020, Gstaad
2019 Personal Exhibitionat R4L art Gallery Nov.-Dec, Seon (CH)
Premier Art Award Exhibition London 2019, Top Prize winner (10/31/19), head juror: professor emeritus Dan Fern at the Royal College of Art of London. LaGalleria Pall Mall, London
Selected artist for the "Director's choice" in ArtMuc, October, Munich
Consignment of the recognition certificate by the Ambassador of Italy to Switzerland, H. E. Silvio Mignano, and the Italian Consul in Basel, Pietro Maria Paolucci during the 1st Edition of the "Young Italian Talent Day in Switzerland" (5 October, CH)
When art meets jewellery: Brahmfeld & Gutruf. org. by affordableart.de., Sept-Oct., Hamburg
Duo Exhibitionat Posk Gallery, 26 - 31 August, London 
Platform for emerging artist #22, selected for exhibition in Leyden Gallery, 13-25 May, London
London-Kyoto FAPDA Award, winner in art print category, exhibition in Be Gallery, May, Kyoto
2018 Selected artist for the Director's choice" in ArtMuc, November, Munich
The Discovery Art Fair, with Parcus Gallery, November, Frankfurt
Selected for exhibition in Klosterhotel Kreuz ,Mariastein"As if it were a miracle" May-Oct., Basel
“Grand Salon 2018“, Villa Berberich, Jan.-Feb., Bad Säckingen (DE)
2017 Exhibition in the public museum Wanlin Art Museum, Hubei Art Festival, Nov., Wuhan, China
Exhibitionin theart Fair “Arte Binningen 2017”, November, Basel
Selected artist at EWAAC 2017, category painting, exhibition in the Pall Mall Gallery, Oct., London
Selected forEWAAC-Artist in Residence 2017with final exhibition in Posk Gallery, August, London

May-June, Wuhan, China:
ART HUBEI FESTIVAL, Wuhan (China) - Collective Exhibition



Elected as head of the jury at “Arte Binningen 2017” art fair, Basel
2016 “AAF, Affordable Art Fair”, with Galerìa Gaudì, February, Brussels
Representationat Atkinson Collection Gallery, Chicago
Modern Woman In Art, Exhibition for modern and current art, Basel Art Center, June, Basel
LISTE 21/Art Basel - art fair, represented by Kaskadekondensator& Dr. Kuckucks Labrador,June,Basel 
Exhibition atLe Dame Art Gallery, June-December, London
Awarded at EWAAC 2016 with Encouragement Price; exhibition La Galleria Pall Mall, Oct. London
“Seeking Peace: Figurative or Abstract Art?”, collective exhibition in Basel Art Center, Nov., Basel
2015 Double exhibitionin the art Gallery Haus am Bach, April, Sissach
“Kölner LISTE”art fair, with A-Space gallery, April, Cologne
Solo Exhibition, Art & Context 101Art Gallery, October-November, Basel
“Satellit 15”, collective exhibition with SGBK Basel,November, “Kultur Nacht Liestal”
2014 “Under One Roof”collective exhibition, Gum Gallery, May, Moscow
“Cutlog NY” Art Fair, May, New York
“Frisch Gestrichen”double exhibition, Galerie Eulenspiegel,Aug.-Sept., Basel
“Copenhagen Art Contemporary art fair”,September, Copenhagen
2013 “Sommerausstellung” collective exhibition, Galerie Schöneck, Riehen, Basel
“Selection”collective exhibition, Galerie Schöneck, Riehen, Basel
2004 “Collocazioni domestiche: percorsi urbani” collective exhibition. Show RoomSMIT, Rome
2003 “Blerò” Personal ExhibitionFondazione Katinca Priniand Contini Gallery, Bardonecchia


Work experience

Exclusive Contractwith the art gallery, Galleria d'Arte Mascherino, Rome, 1998-2008
High school teacherin art history and drawingin San Sisto Vecchio, Rome, 2002-2009 and in state schools
Work order: double portrait of the client and his wife, December 2014
Graphic designer forIES ltd from January 2018, for Anapath Ltd from June 2019, Basel (CH)

Publications

Sant’Urbano alla Caffarella: nuove indagini e scoperte,Rivista dell’Istituto Nazionale d’Archeologia e Storia dell’Arte, no. 59, 2010
Stefania Pinsone”, Catalogue for the personal exhibition, curated by G. Marziani, Rome, 1998
Violence and Perception”,Catalogue for the personal exhibition, curated by Dr. B. Reuter, Basel, 2015

Inclusion in the art book: International art today – 2016 and 2017, curated by Dr. Ingrid Gardill,(May 2016, May 2017), IKH-Publishing Martina Kolle -www.internationalekunstheute.com



Badische Zeitung  über Stefania Pinsone's Recent Work


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Debbie Lee Short Bio
Debbie Lee (b.1967 Leicester, UK) studied BA Fine Art at Glasgow School of Art (1986-89); MA Fine Art at Royal College of Art (1990-92). Selected groups exhibitions include: Ruth Borchard Self Portrait, Piano Nobile Gallery, London (2019); M-Word, One Paved Court Gallery, London (2019); Project After Birth, White Moose Gallery, Barnstaple (2015). Solo exhibitions include: Peculiar Realms, Devonport Guildhall Cells, Plymouth (2019); Thresholds, Phoenix Café/Bar Gallery, Exeter (2017); Telling Tales, Southwark Park (CGP) Gallery, London (2002). Recent prizes include: Evolver Art Prize, First Prize (2019) and Badgers Press Award from the (R.E) Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers, (2015). She lives and works in Dorset/UK
Cardboard Drawings (at home, Dorset UK)
I sometimes draw on cardboard boxes to help me to draft my paintings before putting them onto canvas, in this case using cardboard packaging used for protecting canvases. The use of non-traditional materials references the Arte Poveramovement by making art without expensive materials. The raw aesthetic quality exposes the intuitive process of my work.
Peculiar realms solo exhibition Devonport Guildhall Cells, Plymouth 2019
This exhibition installed in Devonport Guildhall Cells (formerly a prison) explores the myth of hysteria and archaic therapies from a personal perspective. It gave me the opportunity to reflect on some of the ideas that occurred to me through my career as an art therapist and as a parent artist balancing art and family life.
Stuck at Home installations using the home as a backdrop, Dorset 2020
The home provides a container keeping the inner world apart from the outer space, and the walls within the home create further boundaries within that frame. Not many people get to see inside. During the lockdown I have been homeschooling my children so my studio has been overflowing into different rooms around the house as I supervise their work. Whatever approach one takes to balancing art-making and parenting, it is important to continue to be creative.
Nut Shell Miniatures installation in the doll’s house, Dorset 2020
I paint portraits on the back of small metal printmaking plates. I had been reading a lot of crime fiction and this led me to discover the Nutshell studies of Unexplained Death. These are dollhouse-style dioramas used by Frances Glessner Lee, an early forensic scientist, which inspired this installation.
Animated Drawings Levitation screened in Altered Images with the London Group at St John’s Crypt, London 2018
In my animated drawings I take a simple movement from its beginning to its end and then record it backwards to create a loop. It is a magical process for me to see my 2D work come to life through animation. It makes the impossible seem possible and plays with time and memory. The animated drawings which I do involve a process of dissolving and reaffirming the image as I follow its transition to a resolution. The sound tracks often involve my children and noises I collect around the house.

Notes on Individual works
Changing screenThis episode of confinement has led me to think about confined spaces (such as a changing cubicle) and I have begun a series of images on this theme, aiming to capture something about the private moments in such spaces. Oil on canvas screen 152x81cm and charcoal, gesso and collage on cardboard screen 152x210cm. 
The stairs: Sleepwalker This painting illustrates the feeling of somnolence which has crept over me during lockdown, acrylic on canvas 152x102cm
The Office: PsychologistThis is a portrait of a psychologist surrounded by his family relations test kit in his office, acrylic on canvas 122x152cm
The Kitchen: It Rained in the kitchenand Time for CoffeeThese pictures illustrate the quiet moments of collapse behind the kitchen wall before presenting dinner, acrylic on canvas 152x122cm and oil on metal 21x14cm.
The park: School Leavers During lockdown we had an improvised picnic in the park to provide a kind of closure for the children who were transcending to secondary school so that they could say gooddbye to their friends, monoprint 21x14cm.
The Living room: Levitated developed out of a body of work exploring the balancing act between art making and parenting and the many hoops that a parent has to go through, solar etching 21x29cm
Head AboveSelf-portrait trying to keep a positive outlook in times of crisis, monoprint 30x21cm.
Flour AngelUsing flour and a shadow puppet I made this animation with a view to project it in a site specific space like a mill or in the snow. It is accompanied with Koto music composed to match the simple movements of the puppet with the intention of creating a feeling of peace and reflection. Stop motion animation 2 minutes loop.





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Charlie Sheard



Photo by Zorica Purlija

Charlie Sheard is one of Australia’s most well known and respected abstract painters. He has held more than sixty solo exhibitions in Australia, Europe, the USA and China; his work is represented in public, private and corporate collections throughout the world, including at MONA in Hobart. Charlie Sheard worked in England for seven years in the 1980s and has lived in Sydney since 1990. He has been exhibiting in China since 2012 and has lectured at the Beijing Central Academy of Fine Arts. He has also lectured regularly at the Art Gallery of NSW and the University of NSW. Charlie Sheard is represented by May Space Gallery in Sydney.

The survey exhibition Charlie Sheard was shown at The Drill Hall Gallery,Australian National University, Canberra, in 2016. This was curated by Terence Maloon, well known for his important Art Gallery of NSW exhibitions such as Picasso The Last Decades and Paths To Abstraction. Sheard’s more recent exhibitions include the large two man show Huqinwu and Charlie Sheard at Boding Gallery, Beijing, in April 2018, and the survey Charlie Sheard, Absolute Abstraction at Manly Art Gallery and Museum in 2019, curated by Dr Michael Hedger. Charlie Sheard has several projects scheduled for Germany in 2021.



Selected One Man Exhibitions

2020Paintings on Paper, May Space, Sydney
2019Absolute Abstraction, Manly Museum and Art Gallery, Sydney
2018Charlie Sheard, 10 Space, Songzhuang, Beijing
2018 Sydney Contemporary, Carriageworks, Sydney
2018DIGONOS, May Space, Sydney
2017Tableau and Poesia, May Space, Sydney
2016Charlie Sheard, Drill Hall Gallery, Australian National University, Canberra
2015Watercolour Paintings, Van Rensberg Galleries, Hong Kong
2014Pure Abstractions, University of Newcastle Gallery
2013AITIA, Olsen Irwin Gallery, Sydney
2012Works on Paper, Unit One Art Space, 798, Beijing 
2011Phoenix, Tim Olsen Gallery, Sydney 
2010EROS, drawings, ESD Gallery, East Sydney 
2008 Christine Abrahams Gallery, Melbourne 
2007 Tim Olsen Gallery, Sydney 
2006 Christine Abrahams Gallery, Melbourne 
2005 Tim Olsen Gallery, Sydney
2004 Christine Abrahams Gallery, Melbourne 
2003 Tim Olsen Gallery, Sydney
2002 Tim Olsen Gallery, Sydney 
2002 McGrath Galleries, New York
2001 Charles Nodrum Gallery, Melbourne 
2000 Tim Olsen Gallery, Sydney 
1999 Tim Olsen Gallery, Sydney 
1998 Olsen Carr Art Dealers, Sydney 
1997 Charles Nodrum Gallery, Melbourne 
1996 Olsen Carr Art Dealers, Sydney 
1995 Olsen Carr Art Dealers, Sydney 
1994 Rex Irwin Gallery, Sydney 
1994 Greenaway Gallery, Adelaide 
1992 Rex Irwin Gallery, Sydney
1991 Charles Nodrum Gallery, Melbourne 
1990 Rex Irwin Gallery, Sydney 
1989 Galerie Dusseldorf, Perth 
1989 Charles Nodrum Gallery, Melbourne 
1988 Rex Irwin Gallery, Sydney 
1988 Sylvester Studios, Sydney 
1987 Gallerie S65, Aalst, Belgium 
1987 Clare Hall College, the University of Cambridge, UK 
1986 Kettle’s Yard Gallery, the University of Cambridge, UK 
1985 Rex Irwin Gallery, Sydney 
1984 Clare Hall College, the University of Cambridge, UK
1984 Anne Berthoud Gallery, London 
1983 Angela Flowers Gallery, London 
1982 Clare Hall College, the University of Cambridge, UK


Selected Group Exhibitions 

2020 “Natural Texture on Canvas”, Wooton Gallery, Changsha, China
2019 “Academic Invitation Exhibition of Comprehensive Material Painting”, Central Academy of Fine Art, Beijing, touring exhibition to Jilin, Shanghai, Chongqin, Shenzhen etc.
2019 “Supreme Metaphysics Spirit”, Epoch Art Museum Wenzhou
2019 “On Paper Supreme”, group exhibition travelling in China, various museums
2018 “Hu Qinwu and Charlie Sheard, Boding Gallery, Beijing
2017 “Australian Watercolour Institute Annual Exhibition”, Juniper Hall, Sydney
2016 “Australian Watercolour Institute Annual Exhibition”, Juniper Hall, Sydney
2016 “Wollongong Art Gallery Watercolour Prize”
2015 “Wollongong Art Gallery Watercolour Prize”
2014 “Ochre, Bones & Urine”, Fehily Contemporary
2013 “Drawing Now”, Ivan Dougherty Gallery, UNSW
2012 "Space", Flinders Lane Gallery, Melbourne
2009 “Four Sydney Abstractionists”, Tin Sheds Gallery, University of Sydney
2009 “Art with Paper”, Boutwell Drapper Gallery, Redfern
2008 “Blake Prize Exhibition”, National Art School, Sydney
2005 Criterion Gallery, Hobart
2002 “The View From Here”, Christine Abrahams Gallery,Melbourne
1999 “Contemporary”, From the Collection of Allen, Allen and Hemsley, UTS, Sydney
1991 “Doors”, Gold Coast City Art Gallery, Queensland
1987 “The Shelf Show”, Kettle’s Yard Gallery, Cambridge
1987 “Visions of Stonehenge”, Southampton City Art Gallery
1986 “Three Cambridge Artists”, Hall Barn, Fen Ditton
1984 “The Big Painting Show”, Angela Flowers Gallery, London
1980 “Australian Student Printmakers”, Print Council of Australia


Selected Bibliography

John McDonald, “On a Higher Plane”, Sydney Morning Herald,Spectrum, 3-4 August 2019 Dr Michael Hedger, “Absolute Abstraction”, catalogue essay, in Charlie Sheard, Absolute Abstraction, Manly Art Gallery and Museum, 2019
Zhuang Bowu, “The Logic of Abstraction”, catalogue essay in Charlie Sheard, 10 Space, Beijing, October 2018 
John McDonald, “Art: Charlie Sheard”, Sydney Morning Herald, Good Weekend, 7 September 2018
Dr Josephine Touma, “Painting, Materiality and Conviction”, catalogue essay inCharlie Sheard, May Space, September 2018
Annabelle Cage, “Pure Abstraction”, Art Collector(Sydney Contemporary), September 2018
Terence Maloon, interview with Charlie Sheard, Charlie Sheardcatalogue, Drill Hall Gallery, 2016
Sasha Grishin,Canberra Times, “Charlie Sheard”, 25 October 2016
Jill Stowell,Newcastle Herald, “Letting Paint Speak”, 3 May 2014, P30
Charlie Sheard, “Colour as Substance”, catalogue essay in Pure Abstractions, University of Newcastle Gallery, 2014
Beaumont, Fenner, McDonald, “The Land And It’s Psyche”, University of NSW press, 2012
Phe Luxford, Space, catalogue essay, Flinders Lane Gallery, 2012
Australian Art Review, November – December 2011
Charlie Sheard, “Abstract Painting”, catalogue essay in Phoenix, Tim Olsen Gallery, 2011
Steve Meacham,Sydney Morning Herald, “Secrets of the Old Masters Laid Bare” 3 September 2010,p13
Charlie Sheard, “Kandinsky: Cause and Effect”, catalogue essay in Four Sydney Abstractionists, University of Sydney, 2009
“Project Pink”,Harpers Bazaar, October 2008
Charlie Sheard, “A History of Abstraction”, catalogue essay in Abstractions, Tim Olsen Gallery, 2007
McCulloch’s Encyclopaedia of Australian Art, 4th Edition, 2006
The Age, “Art Around the Galleries”, 28 October 2006
He Wei Xiong and Charlie Sheard, Mountain, translations of Chinese poems, Tim Olsen Gallery, 2005
Robert Nelson, The Age, “Sightlines”, 21 May 2004
Jeff Makin, Herald Sun, “Critics Choice”, 10 May 2004
Charlie Sheard, “Substance Reveals Essence”, catalogue essay in Nine Paintings, Tim Olsen Gallery, 2002
Terry Ingram,Australian Financial Review: Saleroom, 4 April 2002
Victoria Hynes, “Light Brigade”, Sydney Morning Herald: Metro, 15 June 2001
Betsy Brennan, Vogue Living, June – July 2001
Charlie Sheard,Abstraction: Spirit, Light, Pure Form, catalogue essay, published by Tim Olsen Gallery, 2001
Siobhan O’brian, “Gods and Small Things”, Sydney Morning Herald, 3 May 2001
Sebastian Smee,Sydney Morning Herald, January 2001
“Australia’s 50 Most Collectable Artists”, Australian Art Collector, January 2000
Joyce Morgan, Sydney Morning Herald, 1 October 1999
Sebastian Smee,Sydney Morning Herald, 24 August 1999
Megan Hitchens,Songs for Dionysos, Wei Xiong and Lucy, catalogue essay, Tim Olsen Gallery, 1999
“Australia’s 50 Most Collectable Artists”, Australian Art Collector, Issue No. 7, 1999
Sebastian Smee,Sydney Morning Herald, 22 September 1998
Geoffrey Boccalatte, “Hugh Jamieson”, Australian Art Collector, Issue No. 2, 1998
Charlie Sheard, “Ildiko Kovacs”, Agenda, January 1991
Max Germaine, Art and Artists of Australia, 1991
Agenda, Issue No. 11, April 1990
Penny Webb, Agenda, Issue No. 9, December 1989
David Bromfield, The West Australian, 30 July 1989
Elwyn Lynn, The Australian, 13 February 1988
Lawrence George,Style, issue No. 1, December 1987
Christopher Chippindale, Visions of Stonehenge, catalogue essay, Southampton City Art Gallery, 1987
Kettle’s Yard Gallery Bulletin, July – August 1986
Hilary Gresty,Cambridge Festival Programme, 1986
Art in Australia, Summer, 1985-86
Susanna Short, Sydney Morning Herald, 14 March 1985
Charlie Sheard, “Basil Bunting and Music”, The Present Tense,Autumn 1982

Artist Statement. Charlie Sheard 

I have spent the last forty years slowly developing an extended language of pure abstraction in painting. My practice is deeply concerned with the history and development of techniques and materials, and my paintings reflect upon wide ranging interests in European, Chinese and Australian cultural history. I am particularly interested in the arts of the ancient Greeks, in Byzantine decorative forms, in the Italian Renaissance, and in Germanic and Northern European developments. I also have a long-standing interest in Chinese painting, particularly in painting from the Song and Yuan dynasties, in the early paintings at Dunhuang, and in the historical development of Chinese Landscape painting. I have been spending time in China regularly for twenty years, and in Europe for forty years, to facilitate close study of these models. At one level my work is a conversation between European and Chinese idioms.

Painting is the original meditation, bodily and spiritual in nature. Self expression is unimportant; the artist’s job is to allow the work of art to have its ownBeing. Such art is about itself, it is not about the artist, but if the work of art fails to speak for itself, it is the artist who has failed. Abstraction is the most extreme form of painting, pure and like music.

The sudden appearance of the Covid-19 Virus in 2020 has interrupted all plans. This artist has been forced to enter deeply into his own inner reality, to re-examine the veracity of his artistic assumptions, and to question the direction of his work in the deepest ways imaginable.



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MEDEA
Self -Taught. 15 years old. Kaktheti Art School. Georgia
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ANTONIUS KHO. Biography

Born 1958 in Klaten, Java, Indonesia.

Education : 1977 - First study under the guidance of artist Barli, Bandung, Indonesia.
1981/82 - Academy of Fine Art, Bandung, Indonesia.

1985/91 - Academy of Fine Art – FH Cologne, Cologne, Germany, mayoring in glass painting & in textile arts, Master school of art by Prof. Schaffmeister & M. Brinkhaus.

Awards : 1998 - 1 st Prize “Mask in Venice”, Art Addiction Annual in Venice 1998, Gold Masks
Diploma of Excellence”, Palazzo Correr, Venezia, Italy.

1989 - 1 st Prize at the competition “Malen auf Liegestuehlen”, Olivandenhof, Cologne, 
Germany.
Since 2004 - Founder of Wina Gallery & Foundation, Ubud, Bali, Indonesia.

Selected group exhibitions

2019 - “NAFI, Nanjing Art Fair International 2019”, Art Maritime Gallery, Nanjing, China.

-“From Beijing to Bali”, Danes Art Veranda, Denpasar, Bali, Indonesia. 
-“Bali Mega Rupa”, ARMA Museum, Ubud, Bali, Indonesia. 
-“Bali-Bhutan’ Indonesia-Bhutan Art Exchange Project, Bhutan Art Gallery, Thimphu, Bhutan.
-“The Many Faces of Ramayana”, Thailand Cultural Centre, Bangkok, Thailand. 
-“Together, Indonesia-Nepal Art Exchange Project, Mithila Yain Gallery, Kathmandu, 
Nepal.
-“Art Vogue D”Nation 2019, XuFeng Art Museum, Qingdao, China.
-“The 8thBeijing International Art Biennale, China 2019”, National Museum, Beijing,China. 
-“Bali-Bhutan”,Indonesia – Bhutan Art Exchange Project, ARMA Museum, Ubud, 
Bali, Indonesia.

-“Bienala Internationale de Pictura”, Chisinau 2019, National Museum, Republic of Moldova.

-“Together”, Indonesia – Nepal Art Exchange Project, ARMA Museum, Ubud, Bali, Indonesia.
-“Art Fiesta 2019”, Mithila Yain Art Gallery, Kathmandu, Nepal.
-“Friendship 2019” Fankaar Gallery, Ujjain, India.
-“Art connection”, Indonesia – Sri Lanka Art Exchange Project, Lionel Wendt Gallery,Colombo. 

Sri Lanka & ARMA Museum, Ubud, Bali, Indonesia.

2018 -“Together”, Mithila Yain Art Gallery, Kathmandu, Nepal.
-“Kembang Telon”, Natan Art Space, Yogyakarta, Indonesia.
-“The Challenge of Contemporaneity”, ARMA Museum, Ubud, Bali, Indonesia.
-“Reunion”, ARMA Museum, Ubud, Bali, Indonesia. 
-“The 18thAsian Art Biennale Bangladesh 2016”, National Art Gallery of Bangladesh, 
Shilpakala Academy, Bangladesh.
-“Art Revolution Taipei”, Taipei Exhibition Hall, Taipei, Taiwan.
-“Art Link”, Indonesia – Laos Art Exchange Project, I cat Gallery & Eastern Art Gallery/
Academy, Vientiane, Laos & ARMA Museum, Ubud, Bali, Indonesia.

2017/18 -“Face to Face, India 2017-18, Love to all…Love to art, Global art exhibition”, Jaipur & 
Udaipur, India.

-“IM#3, Imago Mundi 3 Nations Art Show”, Indonesia-Singapore-Malaysia, Hotel Nuve
Heritage, Singapore, Hulo Hotel & Gallery, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia & Sunrise Art 
Gallery, Fairmont Hotel, Jakarta, Indonesia.
-“Yangon-Bali-Chiang Mai” Art Exchange Project, New Treasure Art Gallery, Yangon,
Myanmar, ARMA Museum, Ubud, Bali, Indonesia. 
-“Art D”Asia “, Taiwan-Singapore-Indonesia Art Exchange Project, Kaohsiung City 
Government Cultural Affairs Bureau, Chin-Mei Gallery, Kaohsiung, Taiwan, ION Art Gallery, 
Level 4, Singapore, ARMA Museum, Ubud, Bali, Indonesia.
-“Bienala Internationale de Pictura”, Chisinau 2017, National Museum, Republic of Moldova.
-“Die Freiheit, dich ich meinte”, K 41, Smend Gallery, Cologne, Germany.
-“Love”, Padepokan Apel Watoe, Borobudur, Magelang, Indonesia.
-“Imago Mundi, The Art of Humanity”, Bentara Budaya Bali, Bentara Budaya Yogyakarta & 
Bentara Budaya Jakarta.
2016 -“The 17thAsian Art Biennale Bangladesh 2016”, National Art Gallery of Bangladesh, 
Shilpakala Academy, Bangladesh.
-“Kulturelle Note” Kulturbunker Muelheim, K 41, Cologne, Germany.

-“Art Bridge”,Indonesia-Korea Art Exchange Project, MAC Art Museum, Daebudo, Seoul, 
South Korea, ARMA Museum, Ubud, Bali, Indonesia. 
-“Echo from Nature”, Vietnam National Museum of Arts, Hanoi, Vietnam.
-“The Three Begets All”, True Color Museum 2F, Suzhou, China. 
-“Maritim Silk Road International Art Festival 2”, Xufeng Art Museum, Qingdao, China.
2015 - “Maritime Silk Road International Art Festival 1”, Siman Mansions, Shanghai, China.
- “Breakthrough”, Artseni Gallery, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
- “No Boundaries”, Indonesia-Cambodia Art Exchange Project, Java Arts Gallery & 
Community Art Gallery/The Asia Foundation, Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
-“KITA”, Indonesia-Philippine-Malaysia Art Exchange Project, Qube Gallery, Cebu, Philippine.
-“SAMA-SAMA”, Indonesia-Malaysia-Philippine Art Exchange Project, Bentara Budaya Bali, 
Indonesia.

2014 -“Peace Mechanisms”, Santorini Biennale, Santorini, Greece.

-“1452 Arte”, 1452 Arte Gallery, Rome, Italy.
- “Neo Barbarian 2”, Bentara Budaya Bali, Bali, Indonesia.
-“Neo Barbarian 3”, Baantuek Art Center, Chiangmai - Hof Art Space, Bangkok, Thailand.
-“ArtMalaysia Art Tourism Fair/AATF, Viva Home, Kualalumpur, Malaysia.
-“Langkawi Art Biennial/LAB, Langkawi island, Malaysia.
2013 -“Cosmic Energy”, Oracle Gallery, Bali, Indonesia.
- “4nd Uiwang International Placard Art Festival 2013”, Uiwang, South Korea.

- “Neo Barbarian 1”, Ardel Third Place Gallery, Indonesia-Thailand Art Exchange, Bangkok, 
Thailand.
- “Art Belem 2013”, United State of International Artists, CCB, Lisbon, Portugal

-“Dumbo Art Festival”, New York Foundation for the Arts, Brooklyn, NY, USA.
-“All Media Biennial”, Holywood Art Centre, USA.
-“The First Montevideo Biennial”, Great Hall, Main Building, Republik of Uruguay.
2012 - “Color of soul”, Galeria 360, Firenze, Italy.

- “Collectiva”, Crisolat Gallery, Barcelona, Spain.
-“South East Asia Art Exchange”, New Zero Art Space, Yangon, Myanmar.
- “KITA” Indonesia-Philippine Art Exchange, Montebello Vila, Cebu City, ECCA (Exhibition 
Center For Contemporary Art), Manila, Philippine, Gaya Art Space, Ubud, Bali, Indonesia. 
-“Third Wave” Indonesia-Myanmar Art Exchange, Cemara 6 Art Center, Jakarta, Indonesia.
2011 -“Budi(man)”, Moumentus Gallery, Singapore.
-“Art Can”, Bill Lowe Gallery, Midtown Atlanta, USA.

-“Salon Art”, AFA Macau, Macau.
-“International Art Exhibition” during Art Basel Miami Beach, Nina Torres Gallery, Miami, 
USA.
-“Homo Ludens 2”, Emmitan Art Gallery, Surabaya, Indonesia.
-“3nd Uiwang International Placard Art Festival 2011”, Uiwang, South Korea.
-“Tomorrow Maybe” Indonesia-Reunion Art Exchange, Boudemoulin Art Space, Reunion,
Gaya Art Space, Ubud, Bali, Indonesia.
2010 -“The 4 th Beijing International Art Biennale”, National Museum, Beijing, China.

-“Ongoing Echos” Indonesia-Myanmar Art Exchange, New Zero Art Space, Yangon, Myanmar,

Selected solo exhibitions

2019 -“Faces in memory 2”, Hirschheydt Gallery, Berlin, Germany.

-“Elements”, Munadi-Weskamp Gallery, Tondorf, Germany.

-“Faces in memory 1”, Smend Gallery, Cologne, Germany.

-“Nachdenken”, Atelier Regina Hickl, Berlin, Germany.

2018 -“Sweet memories”, Shanghai Guoman Hotel, Shanghai, China.

-“Travel notes”, Sunrise Art Gallery, Jakarta, Indonesia.

-“Remembering 3”, Zeinxeno Gallery, Seoul, South Korea.

-“Remembering 2”, House of Sampoerna, Surabaya, Indonesia.

2017 -“Remembering 1”, Koi Gallery, Jakarta, Indonesia.

2016 -“The Face - Small but solid”, La Maison, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

2014 -“Transmutations”, Tibet House US, New York, USA.

2013 -“Recent work 2”, Gallery Karen, Helsinki, Finland

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Eriko Yamazaki


Born in 1982 in Osaka (Japan)
lives and work in Berlin.
Study
2014 - 2015 master at the Art Academy Berlin Weissensee(Germany)
subject: Sculpture
2008 - 2014 at the Art Academy Berlin Weissensee (Germany)
subject: Sculpture 
2001 - 2005 at Kyoto Seika Art University (Japan)
subject: Print (Prof. Kunito Nagaoka)
Exhibitions
2019 - Delikatessen by Ortstermin Kunstverein-Tiergarten, Berlin
2019 - Solo exibition Metamorphosis at Möbel Haus von A bis Z, Berlin
2019 - Labyrinth at Kabinet 25, Berlin
2017 - Transiti at Tenri Kulturwerkstatt, Köln
2017 - Big System Small World at Studio NIKIBI, Berlin
2017 - Solo exhibition Wachstum at IfKiK, Berlin
2016 - BOS 16 at Studio NIKIBI, Berlin
2016 - In‘ei raisan at Japanese-German Center Berlin
2015 - BOS 15 at Studio NIKIBI, Berlin
2015 - cool runnings at the Kühlhaus, Berlin
2014 - rip, cut - grow at L'oiseau présente, partnership of Berlin Art Week 2014
2014 - Entre Nous at Studio NIKIBI, Berlin
2014 - Das unbekannte Werk at Studio NIKIBI, Berlin
2014 - ABWESEN organized of Frauenmuseum at the Kommunale Gallry, Berlin
2013 - Familienaufstellung at Uferhallen, Berlin
2013 - 48 STUNDEN NEUKÖLLN at Studio Nikibi, Berlin
2013 - museumFluxus+studis, Potsdam
2013 - Transition at Lia in Leipziger Baumwollspinnerei collaboration with Manière Noire, Leipzig
2012 - In der Wolke at Gallery Udo Würtenberger (Ortstermin Moabit 2012), Berlin
2012 - 48 STUNDEN NEUKÖLLN at Studio Sonnenallee 90, Berlin
2011 - Kieler Messe für Angewandte Kunst at Kieler Stadtmuseum Warleberger Hof, Kiel 
2011 - gartenKeramik at Gärtnerhof, Velten
2010 - 48 STUNDEN NEUKÖLLN 2010 "Komplex650" at Möbelhaus von A-Z Berlin
2010 - Hakoniwa, solo exhibition at Druckertankstelle Supalife Showroom Berlin 
2010 - Cultural Center Gallery Old School Adlershof Berlin

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Denis Juneau. Biography



Denis Juneau is an essential figure in geometric abstraction in Québec.

He was  born in Verdun, Québec on September 30, 1925 - died in Montreal on October 6, 2014.

Museum Exhibitions

1987 The National Gallery of Ottawa presented a solo exhibition of his work

The Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec held an important retrospective of his paintings and sculptures in 2001.

Juneau received the Prix Paul-Émile-Borduas, awarded by the government of Quebec in 2008. 

He was made a member of the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts

Major solo shows

 organized by the Consulate General of Canada in New York (1975–1976)

 Denis Juneau: New Perspectives, 1956–1984, 

National Gallery of Canada
(1984–1985)

Ponctuations,
 a retrospective produced by the Musée du Québec (2001–2002).

Honours and Awards

1986 Gershon Iskowitz Foundation Prize

2008 Paul-Émile-Borduas Award

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LEO Bleicher


In art, as in many other domains, new tools enable and inspire new ways of working, new styles and new goals. My goal as a creator of visual art and sculpture is to harness the power of evolution to make novel and delightful things. Creation of 2D images and 3D objects using evolution requires several elements: generation of new instances, fitness assessment of those instances, and recombination of the codes underlying the best instances. Simulating evolution with computation is the obvious, and only, way to achieve these needs. Notably, this approach relates closely to the work I do in software development for the biotech and pharmaceutical industry.

In 2002 I began a project to explore a particular class of algorithmically defined images. In these images each step in the algorithm is selected from a collection of compatible and interchangeable operations. While the order of operations matters, any of the operations can be applied at any stage of the process. Thus, within the framework every resultant image is completely defined by the sequence of operations that generates it.

In the course of exploring this class, an ever widening landscape of possibilities has been revealed, and thus over the past 18 years I have continued to explore variants and extensions of this original process. Not only has the evolutionary approach to exploring this space been needed to deal with the vast numbers and unpredictable interdependencies of the possible sequences, but it has also brought continual freshness and progress to the project. The process of seeing a hint of a familiar form or evocative shape and encouraging its expression through several generations by rewarding sequences which display it and discarding those that do not, is an interplay between artist and tool that is highly satisfying.

High resolution digital prints are available.

Many more works can be seen athttps://www.instagram.com/bleicherleo/



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Philip Gurrey

Selected Solo Exhibitions
2019 Resurface, York College Gallery, York
2017 Material Matters,The Fitzrovia Gallery, London (with Charles Gurrey)
2017 Under-Mined, Macrobert Art Center, University of Stirling
2015 Starting Point, Glasgow Open House Festival, Glasgow (with Samantha Madonik)
2013 Philip Gurrey, Galeri X, Rungsted Kyst, Copenhagen
2013 Pop, DWF Festival of Art, Leeds
2012 Responding to the Beeston Series, BasementArtsProject, Leeds
2011 Untitled, The Houldsworth Gallery, London
2010 The Stations of the Cross, St Andrews Church, London
2010 The Beeston Series, BasementArtsProject, Leeds
2009 The Action of Looking, SWG3, Glasgow (with Teresa Brown)
2008 Philip Gurrey, Madder139, London

Selected Group Exhibitions
2019 The Oven Salon Show, The Oven, Dumfries, Scotland
2018 C’est de la Peinture! Bankley Gallery, Manchester
2018 The Exquisite Corpse Project 2: The Corpse Strikes Back, The New Glasgow Society
2017 Ceremony, TatArt Barcelona, Spain
2017 Reportrait,Nottingham Castle Museum and Art Gallery, Nottingham
2017 Ceremony, No. 20, London
2017 Friends Forever: 25 Years of the Friends of the Mercer Art Gallery, Harrogate
2016 Millstone Grit Poetry into Art, Bank Street Arts Centre, Sheffield  
2016 The Workings, Glasgow International, Glasgow
2016 Exquisite Corpse, Hidden Door Festival, Edinburgh
2015 Mask, Galeri X, Rungsted Kyst, Copenhagen
2015 Victoria Foundry, Possil Clay Pits, Glasgow
2015 Radiophrenia, Centre for Contemporary Art, Glasgow
2015 Hair Salon, The Old Hairdressers, Glasgow
2015 What Floats Your Boat, Firhill Basin, Glasgow
2014 On Site, Possil Clay Pits, Glasgow
2014 Magnitude Seven, Manifest Gallery, Cincinnati
2014 Erotika, Galeri X, Rungsted Kyst, Copenhagen
2014 Remasterpiece,Altered Esthetics, Minniapolis
2014 New Lights, The Biscuit Factory, Newcastle
2013 Støj, Bryggergaaden 1-21, Copenhagen
2013 War and Trauma,Museum Dr Guislain, Ghent
2013 New Lights, Mercer Art Gallery, Harrogate
2013 Erotica +/- Us, Glue Factory, Glasgow
2012 Stigmates, Fondation Frances, Senlis, Paris
2012 MLitt,University of Helsinki, Helsinki
2012 MLitt,Bermondsey Project Space, London
2012 52 Degrees, The Old School House, York
2011 Drawing Connections, Siena Art Institute, Siena
2011 Atelier Prag,Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Copenhagen
2010 Selected Artists, The Houldsworth Gallery, London
2009 Small Faces,108 Fine Art, Harrogate
2008 Threadneedle,Mall Galleries, London
2008 DACS 25,Kowalsky Gallery, London
2008 Ultrasonic III,Mark Moore Gallery, Los Angeles
2008 Scope Art Fair, London
2008 Next Art Fair, Chicago
2008 PULSE Art Fair, New York
2007 Degree Show, Glasgow School of Art
2007 Open, Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh

Bibliography
Press
2019 Philip Gurrey, Pulse Art Fair 15thAnniversary Interview, 03/06/2019
2018 Hannah Utley: What a Drama! How Conversation Starters can Build Real Connections, The Scotsman, 23/01/2018
2018 Joanna Bailey: Interview with Artist Philip Gurrey, Voice Magazine, 01/01/2018
2015 Myrto Katsimicha: The Fascination with Self Image, Art:i:curate, 08/10/2015
2014 Alexandra Beresford: Philip Gurrey, Aesthetica Magazine, 18/08/2014
2014 Jane Durrell: Thinking Small has Big Results art Manifest, City Beat Magazine, 11/06/2014
2013 Sean Wright: Philip Gurrey Interview, Level25 Art Journal, 11/12/2013
2013 New Light 2013, Mercer Gallery, York Press, 26/09/2013
2012 James Scofield: Philip Gurrey Interview, Wet Paint magazine, 07/05/2012
2012 Sam Casey: Painter’s Post-7/7 project on show in Leeds, Yorkshire Post, 06/04/2012
2010 Before Pilate: Jesus is Condemned to Death, Church Times, 03/03/2010
2009 Artist Profile Philip Gurrey, DACS 25 Magazine, 01/04/2009
2008 Vici MacDonald: New Work Philip Gurrey, Art World, 01/08/2008
2008 Philip Gurrey: Madder139, Art Review, 01/07/2008
2008 Jessica Chaney: Philip Gurrey, Apollo Art Magazine, 01/07/2008
2007 Richard Clayton: All the fun of the Art Fair, The Sunday Times Culture, 19/08/2007

Publications
2016 Assemble: A Showroom for Granby Workshop, Kunsthandverk, Nr. 136, Oslo
2016 British Culture After 9/11, Teesside University, Middlesbrough
2014 The State of Art, Representation and Abstraction vol. 2, Barehill Publishing
2014 Improvising Logics, Grafters Quarterly, Bergen
2013 Writing and Indifference, Bergen & Glasgow
2011 Placebos for Art, Behring Institute for Medical Research, Amsterdam
2009 The Sienese Shredder, The Genfell Press, New York

Exhibition Publications
2017 Reportrait,Nottingham Castle Museum & Art Gallery, Nottingham
2017 Ceremony, no 20 Arts, London
2014 Manifest 2014, Manifest Gallery, Cincinnati
2014 Aesthetica Art Anthology 2014, Aesthetica Magazine, York
2011 Five Ways of Seeing, The Stations of the Cross, Paperback Publications, London

Teaching Experience
2007 – PresentGlasgow School of Art, Guest lecturer and tutor
Working with BA (hons) and MLitt painting students to deliver lecturers in professional practice, one to one tutorials and group critiques. 

2009 - Present York Sixth Form College, Visiting Artist and Tutor
Delivering lectures on contemporary practice. Working with A-level students in fine art to critique and develop their current practice and portfolios for the Art School environment.

2017 The Macrobert Arts Centre, University of Stirling
Delivering lectures on my own practice. Collaborating on contemporary art and its practices in ex-mining communities of Stirling.

2015 – 2016 #FreshCreations Creative Facilitator 
Teaching experimental drawing programmes and sculpture in the expanded field to the people of West Dunbartonshire as part of Creative Scotland’s Time To Shine initiative.

2012 – 2015 Teesside University, Guest Lecturer & Research Assistant
Working with the School of Fine Art to deliver lectures, experimental painting classes and one to one tutorials as well as assisting PHD students with research.

2015 Glasgow Youth Arts Hub, Workshop Facilitator and Artist
Working with the local community on outreach projects in the Possil and Maryhill areas

2012  Kunstakademiets Arkitektskolen, Copenhagen, Denmark
Working with the School of Architecture as a guest lecturer delivering lectures on contemporary contexts, and composition.

Work Experience
2007 –Contemporary Artist
I have exhibited work in Europe and America. I have been represented by galleries in London and have a number of works in public and private collections Worldwide. I was the first British artist to receive the Pulse Prize 2008 in New York, USA an award given to early career artists of distinction. I also work as a professional musician with an emphasis on improvisation. 

2015 – National Galleries of Scotland Conservation technician
I have a long history of working as a technician for contemporary galleries in Scotland and Denmark. Since January 2015 I have worked as a technician in the conservation department of the National Galleries of Scotland helping to conserving the vast amount of works in their collection. This involves assessing, re-framing and glazing their vast collection of historical and contemporary painting.

2017 - Historic Environment Scotland
I have worked as an arts technician and advisor to Historic environment Scotland in the last year. Refitting significant works at Duff House and assisting with the cataloguing and auditing of their vast collection. 

2014 – 2017 Glasgow Artists Guild founder and facilitator
The Glasgow Artists Guild was formed to give a platform to contemporary artists in order critique and discuss their work through an informal lecturer series. It helped to create a networking experience for local artists in Glasgow as well as internationally renowned practitioners

Education & Qualifications
- Masters of Letters in Fine Art Practice, The Glasgow School of Art – Distinction
- Danish Language Level 3.2, StudieSkolen Language School Copenhagen – Pass
- Bachelor of Honors in Fine Art Painting, The Glasgow School of Art – 2.1
- 3 A-Levels in English Lit, Music and Art, York College – A, C, D
- Foundation in Advanced Maths, York College - Pass
- 11 GCSE’s including Art, Music, English, Manor C of E School – A* - C
- Grade 5 Trumpet, Voice and Music Theory, Trinity Guildhall of Music - Merit

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Roberto Rolando 


Roberto Rolando  was born in Turin (Italy) in 1963. He followed the painting courses at the Pictor Academy in Turin for a few years, and subsequently developed the experimentation of the various painting composition techniques. Of him have written: Aldo Spinardi, Carla Piro Mander, Orlando Perera, Dario Salani, Marcello Salvati, Luigi di Matteo and Livio Brescia. Lives and works in Orbassano (TO). Selected exhibitions: 1992 - Cambiano as Montmartre, 1st prize winner, Cambiano (TO); 1994 - Cambiani Gallery, Savigliano (CN); 1995 - Ancient Cloisters (TO); 1996 - Artefatti Gallery, Giaveno (TO); 1997 - Area Proposals Gallery, Turin; 1999 - Vianzone Gallery, Turin; Artissima, Lingotto, GALLERY Area Proposals Turin; 2000 - Memory of a Century, Area Proposte Gallery, Turin; 2000 - A.per.To opening of the Artistic Ateliers of Turin and Province (TO); 2020 - Chiesa S.Vittore by the artistic heritage of the diocese of Vercelli, (VC), postponed to May 2021 due to Covid19.

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Pati Kakhniashvili / ფატი კახნიაშვილი

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Founder of ‘’ ZILFI Handmade ‘’

CEO – Director 


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Chemistry-Biology Pedagogy 


23.11. 201923.11.2019 UNWG International Festival – Charity


 Bazaar

  Austria, Vienna


20.11.201920.11.2019 Personal exhibition 



Austria,St. Polten city - organized by young ambassador of Georgia 


in Austria


31.10.201904.11.2019   International Expo FairInternational 



Fermented Food Expo – IFFE 2019) 


South Korea, Organized by KAR.GE and WORLD-OKTA Tbilisi



12,10.2019   Personal exhibition at the university of Art


   Rome, Italy 



10,10,201913,10,2019    Exhibition at Incinque Open Art Monti 

Gallery 


 Rome,Italy – Organized by Monica Cechini




19.04.201Personal exhibition at Hotel King Gorgasali



 Tbilisi, Georgia



14,11.2018  Presentation of the book ‘’ Georgian Vine varieties ‘’ 



Edition Pegasi



  Tbilisi, Georgia



23,11, 201923,11,2019    UNWG International Festival – Charity 



Bazaar


 Austria, Vienna



18.10.2018-21.10.2018 Tbilisi Fashion Week– 2018


Tbilisi, Georgia



Publications



24,02, 2020 TOP 5 favorite entrepreneurs of SPARK



  Brand‘’ZILFI Handmade’’ among top 5 Enterpreneurs


25.02,2020How the work of the woman appeared with the Pope of 




Rome




Publication atambebi.ge website. 

15.12.2019Delivery of the handmade grapes to the 10thAnniversary 



of the Revaz Inanishvili ‘’ one story ‘’ 


Competition.




16.12.2019  Gift of the Ambassador of Georgia to the Pope of 



Rome.



Embassy of Georgia to the Holy SEA



13.12.2019    Pope meets with Princess Khetevan Bagrationi, New 



ambassador of Georgia.



Romereports.com



16.12.2019 Famous Italian Journalists Domenico Letizia’s response 



to the brand ‘’ Zilfi handmade’’



About Brands ‘’ Roman Holidays ‘’


PublisherDomenico Letizia





24.10.2019  TV report with the founder of ‘’ZILFI Handamde 


’’with Nino Arazashvili




28.05.2019   Visit at Radio ‘’ Positive ‘’ - during the broadcast of 




Business positive 



9.04.2019  BMGs Story about a Personal exhibition in the televise 



program ‘’ Business Morning ‘’ 



01.11.2018  BMGs Story




 on entrepreneurs about ‘’ Dirsi’’-s project 



20.11.2018TV story about‘’ ZILFI handmade’’atOliko Babluani’s 



TV show ‘’No Time To Sleep’’






I'm Pati Kakhniashvili, refugee since 2008 

from occupied part of my country, Georgia. 


2 years ago I have established '' ZILFI 



handmade ''. We are creating handmade jewellry and accessories 



with semi-precious natural stones, moreover in those jewellery are 


used



as a metal : Gold, Silver, Brass, Copper. The concept of my brand is grapes,


which is a reflect of the history and culture. Grapes and vine is also one of the 



symbol of my country. The main goal of my brand is to contribute 



Georgia's popularization all over the world.

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Sonia Arcadu

She was born in Nuoro in 1971 where she graduated in Architecture and Interior Designer at the Ciusa Romagna Art Institute in 1989.
In 1990 she moved to Rome, where she continued her artistic training at the Academy of Fine Arts in Scenography. After completing her studies, her experience continues in the restoration, interior decoration, scenography workshops and as assistant scenographer in television fiction.
In 2003 she returned to Nuoro, where she worked as a set designer.
In 2006 she was co-founder of the "Dietro il Sipario" Cultural Association which promotes theater and stage practice.

Works and projects

Centers, concentric and eccentric

Spirit, matter, colors and vibrations, a mixture of elements that make up and break us down from the act of conception.
Circular movements that welcome us or suffocate us, feed us or poison us.



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Feryel Atek
Sleeping Memory/Schlafende Erinnerung
Malerei
GISELA - Freier Kunstraum Lichtenberg
Vernissage: 19.6.2020, 18:30 Uhr
Ausstellung: 20.6.– 31.7.2020
Galerierundgang am Sa., 27. Juni 2020, 14 Uhr 
mit Feryel Atek und der Kunsthistorikerin Dr. Suzy Royal

Die erste Einzelausstellung von Feryel Atekim Freien Kunstraum GISELAin Lichtenberg zeigt eine Auswahl ihrer jüngsten Gemälde und Zeichnungen. Die autodidaktische Künstlerin stammt aus einer starken künstlerischen Linie: Ihre Eltern sind beide Künstler und sie wuchs in Paris auf, umgeben von zeitgenössischer Kunst und Kunstgeschichte. Atek scheute jede formale Ausbildung und empfand die starre Formalität einer Kunstschule als erdrückend und schädlich für ihre Kreativität. Stattdessen entschied sie sich dafür, an der Sorbonne Philosophie zu studieren. Das Gebiet der Philosophie interessiert sie nach wie vor und beeinflusst die Themen ihrer Gemälde. Seit sieben Jahren lebt und arbeitet sie in Berlin, einer Stadt, in der sie wegen der hier gelebten Freiheit und der Inspiration, die sie nach wie vor findet, gezogen ist. Entsprechend ihrem starken, unabhängigen Charakter hat Atek es seit ihrer Jugend vorgezogen, ihre künstlerische Arbeit alleine auszuüben. Kürzlich hat sie begonnen, Kunsttherapie zu studieren. Expressiver, freier Tanz und andere Techniken gaben ihrer Arbeit neue Tiefe und Reife.

Die Ausstellung lässt sich in zwei Abschnitte unterteilen: Man betritt die ersten beiden Räume der kleinen Galerie, die den überwiegend großformatigen Gemälden Ateks gewidmet sind. Stilistisch können die Bilder als frei figurativ/surrealistisch beschrieben werden. Sie sind gestisch kühn und in leuchtenden, satten Farben gemalt. In den drei Jahren, in denen ich die Künstlerin kenne, habe ich beobachtet, wie sich ihre Palette aufhellte. Ihre früheren Werke waren in einem grauen, schwarzen Farbton oder einem gelegentlich rostigen Braunton gehalten. In den letzten Monaten hat sie begonnen, mit wilderen, helleren Farben zu experimentieren, die sich von ihrem schwarzen Hintergrund geradezu explosiv abzuheben scheinen. In ihrem jüngsten Gemälde "Momentum“ beispielsweise ist ein rabenähnlicher Vogel vorwiegend in Rot gemalt, mit orangefarbenen Spritzern und Grüntönen um seine Augen. 


Die Leinwand quillt über vor großen, kraftvollen, androgenen und weiblichen Figuren, die in verschiedenen traumähnlichen Farben gemalt sind und an die sinnlichen, farbigen Körper der Fauve - Periode von Matisse erinnern. Dies sind Gemälde, für die man sich Zeit nehmen sollte. Im besten Fall sollten sie mehrmals betrachtet werden, da sie ständig neue Elemente, Figuren und Symbole enthüllen.

Der zweite Teil der Ausstellung ist kleineren, intimeren Zeichnungen gewidmet, die meist mit schwarzer Tinte auf Japanpapier gezeichnet sind und nur gelegentlich Farbelemente enthalten. Diese kleineren Werke laden den Betrachter ein, ihre komplizierten Details aus nächster Nähe zu studieren und zu untersuchen. Auch sie belohnen eine solche Aufmerksamkeit. Eine Zeichnung, "Chibre en Vase" genannt, ist voller Symbolik und Geheimnisse, von denen einige nur von der Künstlerin selbst entziffert werden können. Hier verflechten sich mehrere androgene Figuren, wobei die kühnen grafischen Linien und sexuellen Untertöne eine Hommage an Aubrey Beardsleys Illustrationen für Oscar Wildes "Salomé" von 1894 darstellen. Eine dreiköpfige Schlange schlängelt sich den schlafenden Körper einer halbverborgenen Figur hinauf, deren Körper von einer Frau geschützt zu sein scheint, deren Haare sich wiederum mit denen einer weiteren Figur vermischen. Schlafende, dösende Figuren sind wiederkehrende Motive in Ateks Werk, da sie sich für das Unbewusste und Träume interessiert. Für sie bezieht sich der Titel "Schlafende Erinnerung" nicht nur auf die Erinnerung an Träume. Vielmehr ist sie daran interessiert mit ihrem stets wachen Unterbewusstsein in Berührung zu treten, somit den Jungschen Theorien über die Integration unseres bewussten und unbewussten Geistes durch Träume nachzuspüren.

Atek vergleicht sogar ihre Maltechnik mit einem Wachtraum und erlebt sie als selbst herbeigeführte Trance. Sie betritt ihr Atelier ohne vorgefasste Vorstellung davon, was erreicht werden soll, und geht so spontan wie möglich an die Arbeit. Für Atek "...materialisieren sich Vulgarität, Zuneigung, Schuld und Schönheit in meinem subjektiven künstlerischen Vokabular, ohne jeden Versuch gegenwärtigen gesellschaftlichen ästhetischen Normen zu entsprechen...“. Auf diese Weise zensiert sie nie während der Arbeit ihre Bilder, Stimmungen oder Farben, sondern versucht stattdessen, durch Malerei eine spontane Gefühlsbefreiung zu erlangen

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Ia Arsenishvili 

1988 - Graduated from Tbilisi Art School. 1992 - Graduated from The State University of Georgia.
1996 - Graduated Tbilisi State Academy of fine arts.
1997 - Entered the Union of Artists of Georgia.
Solo Exhibitions:

1997 - Historical museum of Tbilisi "Karvasla"
1998 - National Picture Gallery of Georgia
1999 - Metechi Palace Hotel - Tbilisi
2000 - State Academy of Art
2001 - Museum of Medal's Art
2002 - State Museum of Arts in Tbilisi
2003 - Sheraton-Metechi Palace Hotel
2004 - Central exhibition Baku-Azerbaijan
2005 - Gallery for contemporary art&design. Istanbul-Turkey
2005 - Perisia Palace. Kapadokya-Turkey
2005 - Solo exhibition-untitled. Athens-Greece
She has taken part in many exhibitions in Georgia and abroad all International textile symposiums. Moscow-Russia, Montpellier-France, Chicago-USA, Germany and etc.
In 2000 has received Diploma prize of Georgia Artist's Union for the best work of year.
In 2003 has received prize of Municipality of Tbilisi City Services of Culture - "The best professional of a year".
Listed in the book "Who's who in art".
Listed in the book "Who's who in Georgia".
Listed in the book "Tbilisi Encyclopedia".
Ia Arsenishvili's works are exhibited in Georgian Museum of Fine Arts in Tbilisi, Georgia.

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All images courtesy of e-merginG artistS: Jim Martin, , Nils Hommel, Olaf Schirm (DE), 
Christian Chrobok, Jose Witte Veen, Andrea Mikyska, Debbie Lee,
Charlie Sheard, Eileen Higgins, Hans Schüle, Ute Faber, Dag Przybilla, R. Rutner, Philip Gurrey, Claudio Parentela (IT), ERIKO YAMAZAKI (DE-Jap.), ZAZULETE (Spain), Sonia Arcadu, ANTONIUS KHO aka Maryia Girl (Indonesia), Denis Juneau ( Denis Juneau Foundation in Canada), Judith Weißig

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