Schmiedehof 17, B 10965
Wed 12 – 18.30h, Fri – Sat 12 – 19h
u. n. V.
U6 Platz der Luftbrücke
Special opening hours
during Gallery Weekend Berlin:
Sun 12 – 17h
Where do you want to enter or dive in? Looking at Virginia Glasmacher's paintings, one suddenly understands very clearly the meaning of the word "color space". Her color landscapes are deep and complex, each a unique system of color and form that the viewer is happy to be captivated by. We are looking forward to going for a walk in these landscapes together with the artist.Virginia Glasmacher was born in Richmond, Virginia, studied painting and semiotics and now lives and works in Wetzlar.
"Labyrinth" refers to a system of lines or paths, which, due to numerous changes in direction, creates a puzzle. The labyrinthine nature of works of art is exactly what makes many an art viewer ponder where to start his or her contemplation and where to end it. Who could be better in shedding light on the labyrinthine nature of artistic work than the artist and curator Gregor Hiltner, who will introduce the exhibition with a short lecture at 4:30 pm.
Galerie Kremers in the Gothic Hall of the Schultheiss Brewery in Kreuzberg focuses on presenting young and established contemporary art. It works closely with artists in the European and Anglo-Saxon regions. In addition to solo exhibitions there are thematic exhibitions where art-historical lines are highlighted. The thematic exhibitions are regularly accompanied by concerts, readings and performances in the Gothic Hall.
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Parallel to Ernst Weil's large retrospective exhibition at the Museum Giersch in his home town of Frankfurt a. Main, we are showing selected drawings from the 1950s and prints from the 1970s from the estate of this important German postwar painter. Works by Ernst Weil will also be on show at Paper Positions, Berlin, alongside works by Gregor Hiltner and Howard Sherman.