post-title Matti Braun | Singale Sugat | BQ Berlin | 29.04.-24.06.2017

Matti Braun | Singale Sugat | BQ Berlin | 29.04.-24.06.2017

Matti Braun | Singale Sugat | BQ Berlin | 29.04.-24.06.2017

Matti Braun | Singale Sugat | BQ Berlin | 29.04.-24.06.2017

until 24.06. | #1197ARTatBerlin | BQ Berlin shows from 29th April 2017 the exhibition “Singale Sugat” by the artist Matti Braun. 

Titled Singale Sugat , Matti Braun presents a new group of works at BQ. The flat, tableau-like works are a result of experimentations with pigmented concrete. In this process, the architectural material undergoes an alchemist transformation: Out of a material that is usually perceived as dense and cool, Braun produces various fine layers. These appear as abstract, cloudy formations on the works’ smooth surfaces. Within an installation format, the numerous shades of black and white create a painterly track for visitors. A layer of black grit covering the ground intensifies the impression. Adding an element of gentle haptic resistance to a walk in the gallery, the sound of the visitors’ steps on the grit also evokes the association of a park environment. A group of abstract bronze sculptures completes the ensemble and makes it look like the intentional reversal of relations between inside and outside.

Philipp Fürnkäs, 2017

Vernissage: Friday,  28th April 2017, 06:00 – 09:00 p.m.

Exhibition period: Saturday, 29th April – Saturday, 24th June 2017

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Image caption: Matti Braun, “Ohne Titel”, 2017, Beton, Eisenoxidpigment, lackiertes Stahlblech, 70,6 x 60,6 x 1,6 cm, (MB 313), Courtesy BQ, Berlin, Foto: Lothar Schnepf, Berlin

Vernissage: Freitag,  28. April 2017, 18:00 – 21:00 Uhr

Ausstellungsdaten: Samstag, 29. April – Samstag, 24. Juni 2017

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Bildunterschrift: Matti Braun, “Ohne Titel”, 2017, Beton, Eisenoxidpigment, lackiertes Stahlblech, 70,6 x 60,6 x 1,6 cm, (MB 313), Courtesy BQ, Berlin, Foto: Lothar Schnepf, Berlin

Ausstellungen Berliner Galerien: Matti Braun – Singale Sugat – BQ Berlin | ART at Berlin 

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