Schröderstr. 1, B 10115
Tue – Sat 13 – 19h
S1, S2 Nordbahnhof; U8, M8 Rosenthaler Platz; U6 Oranienburger Tor
"KioskShop berlin (KSb)" by H. N. Semjon has shaped the face of central Berlin for 11 years from 2000 to 2011. The white shop as a minimalist work of art that connects the art and retail world. The strangely remote "Product Sculptures" from everyday goods, with a painterly structured white beeswax coat, seem to have stopped time. Awakened to new life, due to the near destruction by the great art collector Nicloas Berggruen's own holdings, it will definitely still be on display until 2027.
The main work, a lifelike nude woman in her prime sitting on her bed, looking at her crotch with a mirror, causes irritation. Especially in the context of the exhibition title and the name of the cycle of works "Mother". Is it the artist's mother or mistress? Or is she representative of the female human race, which is present to us all at least as a mother. Is this verism simply a portrait or an homage?
Ellinor Euler's colorful metal webs - seemingly floating or lying in the air - conquer the space and form an organic counterpoint to the sober coolness and geometric functional architecture of the KioskShop.
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Discarded violins serve as material for a space-filling installation. The visual artist and musician Nataly Hocke intertwines her two passions in this work and leads us into her world, which is at the same time open to our projections.
The Australian gallery artist Michael Kutschbach comes via Weimar from Adelaide (AU) with his students and will generate the exhibition in Berlin in a workshop. The very short exhibition venture will form an essence of the experience of the Australian students and their teacher with the German cultural space. The opening hours will be on Saturday and Sunday from 1 - 10 pm. The next day the students will return home.