In this extraordinary situation, which is a challenge for many people, cultural institutions in particular could serve as places of inspiration and orientation. We find the classification as “leisure activity” inappropriate. Galleries as “retailers” are allowed to open, but we would like to do our part to contain the further spread of the virus. We have therefore decided to postpone the Hamburg exhibition for the time being.
This is not an easy step for us and our artists. On the one hand, we were really looking forward to the exhibition in Hamburg. On the other hand, an exhibition is an important event both for artists and for the gallery to enter into a dialogue with people interested in art.
For anyone interested, I offer to send the exhibition catalog (print or PDF) that has already been created. If you are more interested, I invite you to video chat to discover the works of art via WhatsApp or Zoom. I therefore ask all interested parties to simply contact me by email or phone.
Christoph Rode’s own and individual imagery shows elements such as the interior or people. Its spatially and temporally merging worlds allow occasional dating, for example through familiar furniture or clothing. The artist is attracted by the juxtaposition and an incomprehensible dialogue that is only considered successful if there are unanswered questions that he cannot answer himself.
In this exhibition we show current positions of the Berlin based painter.
Exhibition dates 19. Jun – 18. Jul 2020 Vernissage 18. Jun 2020 | 19-22 Opening hours by appointment
Without harmony there is no dissonance and without dissonance there is no harmony! KERAs new works are still about abstraction, surface and graphics. Like a composer, he joins together various individual surfaces to create a harmonious and at the same time enthralling oeuvre.
Three befriended galleries, eight special artists, one theme: OLD INTO NEW. Classic positions meet new interpretations and familiar themes are challenged by new perspectives. As the Kiel-Leipzig gallery cooperation, we show new works by selected artists in the wonderfully historic ambience of the Barlach Halle K in the middle of Hamburg.
The exhibition “Just Say You Love Me” is, according to her own statement, one of the most personal exhibitions Nina Hannah Kornatz has ever realized. This show is an attempt at a narrative. Each work stands for itself as an assertion. As a whole, the works tell us a common story. The artist leaves it up to the viewer to grasp its references and background.
The “UrbanArt Biennale®” presents the best urban artists in the world at the world Cultural Heritage and is the world’s largest urban art exhibition. Every two years, the European Center for Art and Industrial Culture presents the latest developments and positions of this art of the 21st century.