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Irina Rusinovich

HAZEGALLERY

HAZEGALLERY

HAZEGALLERY

HAZE GALLERY is a contemporary art gallery located in Berlin and represents emerging and mid-career artists who's oeuvre melds conceptual contemporary art with commercial work.


Through innovative online marketing, amongs its own magazine platform PURPLEHAZE MAGAZINE, international art and photography fairs, catalogues, group and solo exhibitions, we seek to place our artists work in a wide range of private collections and to give it a home.


Bulowstrasse 11 , 10783 Berlin

3D exhibitions

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    GIVE ART A CHANCE

    Group exhibition “GIVE ART A CHANCE” Vernissage 01.04 from 7pm Exhibition dates 02.04 - 03.04 from 11 am - 4pm We live in a big and amazing world, a world full of different cultures, languages, and people. Most of the beautiful things that we see every day are beautiful because they are not similar, they are unique. In all times people found inspiration in art and culture. This part of our lives is like a stronghold of constancy, like a ray of light for our minds. The light that helps us to stay brave and humanity, to not go crazy. Today we can’t stay away from the whole world and we want to continue working with all artists from many countries around the world. The Project Give Art a Chance is our way to try to unite people and show that we are all humans and we all want to live in peace. In this exhibition, you can see many works from different artists who work in various techniques and with different themes. But all of them are discussing with viewers in a peaceful tone and reflecting on the situation, about humanity. 2022 year will stay in our memory as a cruel and hard year, a year of civil and human tragedy. Now, then the whole world is in agony, then people are losing their homes, families we can't stay aside. As we know artists are very sensitive people and we want to take a chance for them to say what they are thinking about, what they are feeling. Irina Rusinovich @irinarusinovich.art : “As a curator and a gallerist, I see that art is now in a difficult situation. Many artists don't understand what they can do and how they can help. But they won't help and they want to be heard by society. This project is important for us because it’s about our connections and maintaining ties between us, about preserving our inner worlds that we should save for a better future.” Dusia Sobol, Fine Art Photographer, Curator @dusiasobol : “ We don’t separate Ukrainian, German, Russian artists because we’re sure, that first of all we are alive humans and we want to stay humans — be brave against the current events, help ourselves and stay strong in this confrontation.”

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    Bräuche der Neuzeit" Solo Exhibition by ERIK ESAU

    ARTIST: ERIK ESAU CURATED BY: IRINA RUSINOVICH LOCATION: Bulowstrasse 11, 10789, Berlin EXHIBITION DURATION: 06.05.2022 - 26.05.2022 VERNISSAGE: 06.05.2022 AT 7PM Religious motives and biblical scenes are among the most favorite subjects for artists of all times because they are full of mystical experiences and multicultural narratives. Christianity since its very beginning has been a religion based on iconical images. We can remember many great painters in the Middle Ages and in the Renaissance. But these were the times when most people were believers. Why do we thrill so deeply when we see these icons now? Today, in 2022, we have a more difficult relationship with God. Many people don’t visit the church at all, but we still look at the great golden iconostasis and church domes with a sinking heart. Many people around the whole world feel some mystery fleur near the icons and churches and never mind believing they are or not. In the CUSTOMS OF MODERN TIMES project, Erik Esau is trying to find unique motives and patterns that affect people and researching the mechanics of this process. First Erik’s memory of the cathedral was shocking and caught him off guard. Many scenes of abuse, cruel deaths, and pain were there, but all of them were very majestic and stately, with many golden details and with the shine of the hundreds of candles. It was an amazing childhood experience that he still can’t forget. As we know, sometimes children see the world and things from another point of view than adult people and in Erik’s works, we can see these exaggerated differences. Viewers near the paintings at this exhibition can feel the cruelty of the large and massive characters in the pictures. They look like archaic leviathans, but they are already not scary, because they are transforming into something new, something modern and balanced between huge cruel and pompous myths. Monsters that should scare us become childhood fairytales. The exhibition CUSTOMS OF MODERN TIMES is an artist's attempt to pass through the anxiety and conquer it. This series of paintings is the first part of the project, and this theme of childhood scares will continue in the future.

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    "TRANSFORMATION" SOLO EXHIBITION BY LASHA TCHRELASHVILI

    ARTIST: LASHA TCHRELASHVILI CURATED BY: IRINA RUSINOVICH LOCATION: Bulowstrasse 11, 10789, Berlin EXHIBITION DURATION: 02.06.2022 – 18.06.2022 VERNISSAGE: 02.06.2022 AT 7PM Pictorial traditions in art have a very deep and long history. Since the Middle Ages and Renaissance artists have been trying to find their unique and individual way, form of utterance. Painters used color as a medium and expression method, escaping more and more new facets of interpretations. In the Symbolism tradition, artists used color as a code, where each color had its own meaning. And today many painters are working with color very carefully and attentively, using colors as sights and some sort of visual message. In the TRANSFORMATION project Lasha Tchrelashvili is reflecting about the inner force that all of us have inside. Today, when the whole world is in a permanent crisis, we have many problems: social, political and ecological. Everyday we have to fight with circumstances and with ourselves, make moral choices day by day. We should be strong to stay human, to not go insane. Artist uses color as an image language, telling for viewers the story of his life through sharp abstract images. His artworks are abstractive and very expressive. When we look closely, we see that all forms on canvas look like they are in movement, like in second they will be in another place, in another world. Visitors of the exhibition with autor go on a journey through the years, through the important events of the artist’s life. From canvas to canvas we see the history of Lasha’s maturity, the process of tempering his character. LASHA TCHRELASHVILI Painting process is a kind of a thinking process for me. Sometimes you get distracted, other times you’re fully invested. It’s a dynamic process both emotionally and conceptually. My paintings are products of this thinking process which I then observe. Through these observations I analyze my internal, spiritual state and my position in relation to the universe. My intention is not to contain the dialogue within my own world, therefore I open up the conversation with a question. I title my paintings as a question in order to spark the desire for exploration within the viewers themselves. The main accent of my paintings is a state of transcendence. In this state of liminality the relationship between familiar and unfamiliar takes you through a mysterious experience.

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    3D exhibition DO NOT GO OUT THE WINDOW

    3D exhibition DO NOT GO OUT THE WINDOW Opening 13.06.22 at 7pm via link Closing 20.06.22 “Do not go out the window” online exhibition represents international artists and their works with a sharp political, and social message. Like ray of lights, artworks help us look at ourselves, at our problems, problems with which we don’t have to accept. They help us to remember serious political, economic, social, and environmental problems. Remember that it’s not the norm, and we must continue to stand up for our values and ideals.

    latest works

    • DARIYA KANTI

      Zebo
      80 x 60 cm (h x w)
      Pencil on Paper
    • DARIYA KANTI

      Marsyas
      75 x 58 cm (h x w)
      Pencil on paper
    • DARIYA KANTI

      Nightingale
      80 x 70 cm (h x w)
      Pencil on Paper
    • DARIYA KANTI

      6
      50 x 50 cm (h x w)
      Pencil on paper
    • Eva Alvor

      ptaha
      60 x 80 cm (h x w)
      charcoal, pencil and acrylic on paper
    • cover
      70 x 180 cm (h x w)
    • Kateryna Repa

      Soul #6, 2022
      33 x 48 cm (h x w)
      paper, ink
    • Kateryna Repa

      Soul #5, 2022
      33 x 48 cm (h x w)
      paper, ink
    • Kateryna Repa

      Soul 7
      15 x 10 x 10.5 cm (h x w x d)
      Plaster/cement, acrylic
    • Kateryna Repa

      Soul 6, 2022
      20 x 14 x 13 cm (h x w x d)
      Plaster/cement, acrylic
    • Kateryna Repa

      Soul 5, 2022
      7.5 x 9 x 9 cm (h x w x d)
      Plaster, spray paint
    • Irina Safronova

      « Help » diptych, 2021
      55 x 40 cm (h x w)
      acrylic, collage on canvas
    • Bogdan Bousca

      The Survivor
      50 x 75 cm (h x w)
      Matte Photo paper
    • Bogdan Bousca

      Opened Window
      50 x 75 cm (h x w)
      Matte Photo paper
    • Bogdan Bousca

      Closed Circuit
      50 x 75 cm (h x w)
      Matte Photo paper
    • Bogdan Bousca

      Apocalypse Now
      52 x 50 cm (h x w)
      Matte Photo paper
    • Samanta Malavasi

      Infinitum
      70 x 50 cm (h x w)
      Plaster dust mixed acrylic paint on transparent PVC, Glass, framed in metal.
    • Irina Safronova

      Red prison, 2021
      80 x 60 cm (h x w)
      acrylic, texture paste on canvas
    • Irina Safronova

      Belarus 2020, 2021
      60 x 50 cm (h x w)
      acrylic, grid on canvas
    • Diren Demir

      Kitchen Cabinet, 2022
      12 x 25 cm (h x w)
      Metal Cast Sculpture