post-title Charlottenburger Hängung | Michaela Helfrich Galerie | 26.01.-08.02.2019

Charlottenburger Hängung | Michaela Helfrich Galerie | 26.01.-08.02.2019

Charlottenburger Hängung | Michaela Helfrich Galerie | 26.01.-08.02.2019

Charlottenburger Hängung | Michaela Helfrich Galerie | 26.01.-08.02.2019

until 08.02. | #2341ARTatBerlin | Michaela Helfrich Galerie shows from 26th January 2019 the group exhibition Charlottenburger Hängung with artworks by 27 artist.

“A Petersburg hanging does not only mean a collective hanging, but is also considered qualitatively and quantitatively in this country. If I translate this for our new exhibition, one could speak at eye level with art, because art is usually distributed on walls.

This procedure then also determines one of its curatorial placement features by itself: young and established art mixes value-free on any accessible wall surface and thus becomes a “Charlottenburger Hanging” here in the district.

Nothing is expected at first in Berlin, but a lot has always been expected in Petersburg. The eye must hurt, nothing fits and the “Charlottenburger Hängung” becomes an authentic art experience.”

– Michaela Helfrich

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Exhibition view Gerard Waskievitz

Participating artists:
Gerard Waskievitz, Pina Rath, Simon Rosenthal, Jutta Kritsch, Jens Kloppmann, Simon Czapla, Nanako Shikata, Ulrike Pisch, Thomas Gatzemeier, Oliver Dehn, Gilbert Brohl, Pola Polanski, Horst Kistner, David D. Lauer, Stephan Seitz, Fabian Freese, Thomas Jüptner, Christina Gay, Stephan Paul Schneider, Bernhard Ailinger, Roland Behrmann, Andreas Koch, Oliver Estavillo, Lucas Oertel, Eva Maria Horstick, Heike Mardo, Jan Ziegler.

Vernissage: Saturday, 26th January 2019, 6:00 to 9:00 p.m.

Exhibition view: Saturday, 26th January 2019 to Friday, 8th February 2019

Zur Michaela Helfrich Galerie

 

Image caption: Courtesy of Michaela Helfrich Galerie – Gerard Waskievitz

Charlottenburger Hängung – Galerie Michaela Helfrich | Zeitgenössische Kunst in Berlin | Contemporary Art | Exhibitions Berlin Galerien | ART at Berlin

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