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Ben Uri Research Unit

Out of Chaos - Ben Uri: 100 Years in London

Esteban Chapital

Colección Esteban Chapital: Various Artists

07 Jun 2021 – 07 Jun 2022

Works of art by various artists who each have a number of pieces that were bought directly from them by Esteban Chapital and which now form part of the Colección Esteban Chapital.

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Seeland

unser "Shaker Experience"

30 Jahre Arbeit mit dem Thema Shakermöbel- Diese besonderen Leute, mit ihrem fortschrittlichen Denken und dem fast zeitlosen Design, sind uns immer noch tägliche Freude bei unserer Arbeit und Leben.

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KNJIGA ŽALBI - TAMARA SARAJLIĆ-SLAVNIĆ

10 Jun 2021 – 10 Aug 2021

Izložba “Knjiga žalbi” rezultat je istraživačkog rada više kustosice Tamara Sarajlić-Slavnić, a sadržaj izložbe je vrlo aktuelan u pandemijsko vrijeme kada radnici u kulturi najčešće izgovoraju rečenicu ”nikad nam nije bilo gore”: Izložba dokumentuje egzistencijalne izazove sa kojima se kulturne institucije i pojedinci suočavali tokom 20. stoljeća u Sarajevu. Bez obzira na promjenu vlasti kultura nije imala potrebni društveni prioritet. Međutim, danas je stanje još teže jer o kulturi najčešće odlučuju osobe koje dolaze izvan kulturnih tokova. “Za pripremanje izložbe imala sam jako malo vremena, a mnogo literature iz koje sam preuzimala podatke, dokumente za izložbu koja je privukla ogromnu medijsku pažnju, ali posjeta je nažalost izostala zbog okolnosti pandemije”, Izložba omogućava upoznavanje sa životnim problemima poznatih književnika, glumaca i kulturnih radnika. Putem originalne dokumentaciju pokazuje svakodnevnu ljudsku stranu kulturnih radnika koja je često zanemarena u javnosti. “Izložba je aktuelna u svakom vremenu jer stanje u kulturi umjesto da se popravlja dodatno se pogoršava. Nažalost, danas o kulturi odlučuju pojedinci koji najčešće nemaju nikakve veze sa kulturom, a u vremenu kad je Branislav Nušić bio direktor Narodnog pozorišta u Sarajevu iako u teškim okolnostima on je zasigurno uložio maksimalni trud da popravi status institucije i zaposlenika”. Izložba se sastoji od tri dijela. U prvom su predstavljeni novinski članci koji govore o situaciji u bosanskohercegovačkoj kulturi kroz historiju, prije svega u Narodnom pozorištu u Sarajevu od njegovog osnivanja do danas. “Drugi dio izložbe predstavlja prepiska iz zbirki pojedinih pisaca u kojoj se oni žale na nedobijanje honorara za svoj rad, pišu žalbe komisijama i traže da im se dodijele stanovi… U tom segmentu bih izdvojila pisma književnika Hamze Hume upućena novinaru Živku Milićeviću, zatim pisma hrvatskog pisca Gustava Krkleca koji piše Ahmetu Hromadžiću i Izetu Sarajliću žaleći se na svoje finansijsko stanje. Tu su i pisma pisca Draška Ređepa upućena Maku Dizdaru u kojima se on žali na nedobiveni honorar ili molba Maka da mu se dodijeli stan koji mu je obećan”, Treći segment izložbe su ugovori, molbe i žalbe. Autorica izložbe u tom segmentu posebno ističe Ugovor glumice Jelene Kešeljević i Uprave Narodnog pozorišta u Sarajevu. “To je vrlo zanimljiv eksponat ne samo zbog sadržaja nego i zbog toga jer se na njemu nalazi potpis Branislava Nušića, tadašnjeg upravnika Narodnog pozorišta.”

Robert Lundahl

Black and White

08 Jun 2021 – 08 Jun 2022

Black and White is comprised of digital images and prints

Ezshwan Winding

The Lightness of Being

12 Jun 2021 – 21 Jul 2022

"I strive to make art that touches people's hearts, either abstract or figurative and has spiritual meaning for me. Through my art, I hope to connect with others with beauty of harmony, color form and energy. Dreams and meditation often give me a starting point on an image. Then comes the application of many layers of molten beeswax, resin and pigments; each layer heat fused into the existing surface. At times I draw or paint on the layers and then scrape and rebuild the facade. This action is much like analyzing a dream. Layer after layer is applied, scraped, incised, fused and marked to allow the truth of the piece to speak. The revealed layers whisper their subtle messages. I never have total control of my life or encaustic painting. Like jazz, there is improvisation that can take a work to a deeper, more subconscious state that can be meditative and musical. I allow my subconscious to take over so that the work may transform me beyond the mundane and predictable. I open my senses to the experience and emotionally consent to a poetic and thrilling adventure. The fluidity of the encaustic medium is challenging, exhilarating, inspiring and exciting, making a painting that can be looked into as well as looked at. I strive for layered luminosity that is appealingly tactile, encouraging viewers to stroke and caress the surface, discovering the sensual experience of encaustic.

virtual 9m2 gallery

CERAMIC - Benati Mura Ileana

01 Jun 2021 – 30 Aug 2021

Ileana is a contemporary artist specialized in ceramic. Here you see a little collection of her great production.

Mark Gallery

Jeffrey Maron: DREAMCATCHERS

12 Jun 2021 – 18 Jul 2021

Our 7th Virtual Exhibition features 3D dimensional Sculptures, Wall Sculptures and Works on Paper by internationally acclaimed New York artist Jeffrey Maron. Maron's art is closely connected to our spiritual identity. His work shows a strong influence by cultures dedicated to animism, the worship of an inclusive natural order, and is not directly derived from any of the main currents of contemporary art. Though sometimes reminiscent of familiar symbols, it is profoundly unique. Maron is a multi-disciplinary artist with an extensive global exhibition history. He is the recipient of grants from the National Endowment of the Arts, and Fullbright-Hayes to Japan, along with an award from the Jackson Pollack/Lee Krasner Foundation.

48hNK

Binci: Luftbewegung

18 Jun 2021 – 20 Jun 2021

Mein Projekt fur 48 Stunden Neukolln

ToSee Art 土思藝術

在我之中開始有了你- 張瓊方個展/ I own you , in me-Chiung-Fang CHANG Solo exhibition

張瓊方的創作總是依著直覺來感受來進行,憑藉著最原始的意識,在畫布上不斷地塗寫,並在不同階段的時間縫隙中,以多方視角觀看當前的畫面感受,進而決定是否滿意而停筆、或繼續塗寫、或暫且擱置。她透過不同的筆觸、線條和色塊之間的串連以及曖昧不明的虛實相間,使其作品佈滿各種符號訊息、浮現多采多姿的圖樣,呈現出充滿生命力與內心奇異想像的畫面。

Ben Uri Research Unit

Migrations: masterworks from the Ben Uri Collection

Ben Uri is delighted to be working in partnership with GARAS, Gloucester Museum and Gloucester City Council to present the exhibition Migrations: masterworks from the Ben Uri Collection (3 October 2019 – 28 January 2020). This important exhibition marks two significant anniversaries: the twentieth year of refugee organisation GARAS and the introduction of the Kindertransport which, between December 1938 and September 1939, brought some 10,000 Jewish refugee children to Britain. Ben Uri’s own history is one of migration: founded in London’s East End in 1915 by Jewish Eastern-European émigré artisans working outside the cultural mainstream, who went on to form a significant collection of works by artists of British and European Jewish descent. Since 2000, the remit has expanded to include works by immigrants from a wide range of cultural, religious and geographical backgrounds. 2019 has also seen the launch of the newly formed Ben Uri Research Unit for the Study of the Jewish and immigrant contribution to the Visual Arts in Britain since 1900. Migrations presents paintings, drawings, prints and sculpture from the Ben Uri Collection exploring three principal waves of migration to Britain: the first, reflects the years, c. 1880-1914, when immigrants of principally Jewish Eastern-European descent, settled in London’s East End, including Ben Uri’s founder Russian-Jewish émigré Lazar Berson, and members of the home-grown ‘Whitechapel Boys’, among them painters David Bomberg and Mark Gertler, and sculptor Jacob Epstein. The second wave reflects the artistic contribution of the so-called ‘Hitler-émigrés’, who between 1933 and 1945, fled racial, artistic or political persecution in their native lands. This included both established artists, such as Martin Bloch, Hugo Dachinger and Margaret Marks, and younger refugees who went on to train and work in Britain, including Frank Auerbach and Eva Frankfurther, as well as Kindertransportees Kathe Strenitz and Harry Weinberger. The third wave reflects contemporary migration, with artists including painter Tam Joseph, photographer/performance artist Güler Ates and collagist Hormazd Narielwalla.

Galerie Springer Berlin

KATHRIN LINKERSDORFF - FAIRIES

24 Apr 2021 – 25 Sep 2021

Zum ersten Mal präsentiert die Galerie Springer Berlin Arbeiten der Künstlerin und Fotografin Kathrin Linkersdorff in einer Einzelausstellung mit Arbeiten aus ihrer neuen Serie Fairies. Linkersdorff ist geprägt durch die japanische Philosophie des Wabi-Sabi, in der die Schönheit von Unvollkommenheit und Vergänglichkeit gepriesen wird. Barbara Esch-Marowski, Leiterin des Haus am Kleistpark, hatte die Künstlerin vor einigen Wochen folgendermaßen beschrieben: »In ihrer bestechenden Klarheit erinnern ihre Arbeiten an die Pflanzenfotografien von Karl Blossfeldt und in ihrer Ästhetik an die Bilder von Edward Weston. Kommt man in ihr Atelier, würde man nicht denken, es sei ein Fotoatelier. Sich stapelnde Pappkisten bergen ein Archiv von trocknenden Pflanzen. Der Beginn ihrer Arbeit ist ein langwieriges und mühevolles Behandeln stets fragiler werdender Blumen. Über Monate werden sie aufgehängt, gedreht, entstaubt und wieder gewendet – um in erdachten Formen fragil zu erstarren. Das Wesen ihrer Arbeitsweise ist ein analoges. Lange hat sie auf Filmmaterial mit einer Hasselblad fotografiert und noch heute arbeitet Linkersdorff ausschließlich mit gezielt eingesetztem Tageslicht. Im präzise inszenierten Moment der Fotografie wird der schwindende Augenblick von Vergänglichkeit in seiner vollen Schönheit eingefroren. Doch erst im anschließenden Zusammenspiel mit dem aufwendigen Prozess der weiteren Verarbeitung und einem fein justierten Druck, findet das Bild seinen vollkommenen Ausdruck und vermag den beseelten Moment der Aufnahme widerzuspiegeln.« Mit freundlicher Unterstützung: Über die Fotografin: Kathrin Linkersdorff, 1966 in Berlin geboren, schloss 1996 ihr Architekturstudium an der TU Cottbus ab. Sie studierte an der Berlage Universität in Amsterdam und an der Bartlett Universität in London. Im Anschluss arbeitete sie alsArchitektin in Tokyo, bevor sie dort japanische Tuschemalerei studierte. In Berlin absolvierte sie 2006- 2007 ihr Studium der Fotografie an der »Schule für Fotografie am Schiffsbauerdamm« bei Robert Lyons. Seit 2012 ist sie von Berlin aus international als freie Künstlerin tätig. Mehr Informationen unter: http://www.kathrinlinkersdorff.com Mit freundlicher Unterstützung von Neustart Kultur / Stiftung Kulturfonds For the first time, Galerie Springer Berlin is presenting works by the artist and photographer Kathrin Linkersdorff in a solo exhibition featuring photographs from her new series "Fairies". Linkerdorff is influenced by the Japanese philosophy of wabi-sabi, which extols the beauty of imperfection and transience. Barbara Esch Marowski, director of the Haus am Kleistpark, described the artist a few weeks ago as follows: "In their captivating clarity, her works are reminiscent of the plant photographs of Karl Blossfeldt, and in their aesthetics of the paintings of Edward Weston. If you entered her studio, you would not think it was a photo studio. Stacking cardboard boxes house an archive of drying plants. The beginning of her work is lengthy and painstaking treatment of even more fragile flowers. For months, they hung up, turned over, dusted and turned over again – to solidify fragilely in imagined forms. The essence of her working method is analogue. For a long time she photographed on film material with a Hasselblad and even today Linkersdorff works exclusively with deliberately used daylight. In the precisely staged moment of photography, the fading moment of transience is frozen in its full beauty. But it is only in the subsequent interplay with the elaborate process of further processing and a finely adjusted print that the image finds its perfect expression and is able to reflect the soulful moment of the shot." Kathrin Linkersdorff, born in Berlin in 1966, completed her studies in architecture at the Technical at the TU Cottbus. She studied at the Berlage University in Amsterdam and at the Bartlett University in London. She then worked as an architect in Tokyo, before studying Japanese ink painting there. She completed her studies in photography at the »Schule für Fotografie am Schiffsbauerdamm« with Robert Lyons in 2006-2007. Since 2012 she has been working internationally as a freelance artist based in Berlin. Exhibition with the kind support of Neustart Kultur // Kunstfonds Bonn

Tebbs

Views From The Boundary layer

15 Jun 2021 – 14 Jul 2021

Thiru

The Enchanting Grandeur of Mother Earth

09 Jun 2021 – 07 Jul 2021

Showcases my leisurely clicks that depict the enchanting grandeur of picturesque Mother Earth. Hope you enjoy it!


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