post-title Aino Nebel & Renée Pötzscher | irden und licht | Galerie feinart berlin | 18.08.-29.09.2022

Aino Nebel & Renée Pötzscher | irden und licht | Galerie feinart berlin | 18.08.-29.09.2022

Aino Nebel & Renée Pötzscher | irden und licht | Galerie feinart berlin | 18.08.-29.09.2022

Aino Nebel & Renée Pötzscher | irden und licht | Galerie feinart berlin | 18.08.-29.09.2022

until 29.09. | #3550ARTatBerlin | Galerie feinart berlin shows from 18. August 2022 the exhibition irden und licht with objects and photographies by the artists Aino Nebel and Renée Pötzscher.

Photographer Renée Pötzscher and sculptor Aino Nebel are connected through their work with elementary materials: one transforms moonlight into ethereal forms, the other creates earthen structures full of poetry out of the kiln;

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Renée Pötzscher, Ar, Luminogram, silver gelatin barite, 1994 © Renée Pötzscher

“Ceramics and photography seem to have nothing in common. Aino Nebel creates poetic sculptures out of the kiln. Renée Pötzscher leaves the exposure of her motifs to controlled chance. Both artists think sculpturally – create earthen structures from the material and banish the light in ethereal forms. earthen and light. The mystery of union moves between heaven and earth.” (Silke Tobeler, guest curator of the exhibition)

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Aino Nebel, Nest, porcelain with glaze, 2019 © Aino Nebel

Aino Nebel. The objects of the sculptor, who was born in Berlin in 1972, arise from the combination of mineral materials such as clay, plaster, glass and porcelain with organic, transient and fragile materials such as blossoms, fruit, paper or sugar. The kiln firing allows self-sufficient sculptures to emerge from processes of softening, burning, crystallization and hardening, sometimes appearing like vessels, sometimes like natural formations, but in terms of form and surface structure they are too bizarre and idiosyncratic to be classified. The exhibition also shows a selection of drawings that provide further insight into the artist’s studio.

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Renée Pötzscher, L3, Luminogram, silver gelatin barite, 1995 © Renée Pötzscher

Renée Pötzscher. A heart of the oeuvre of the photographer and video artist, who was born in Austria in 1945, are moon and moonlight, which she uses as inspiration and means of expression for her examination of female identity, her own body, representation and image of the female as well as self-presentation. In her works, light and its opposite, darkness or night, function as a chiasmus of medium and content. The exhibition shows a selection of her moon exposures and photographs, her luminograms (experimental works with artificial light) and self-portraits. The photographic works are accompanied by free drawings and diary entries.

Opening: Thursday 18. August 2022 – 5:00 to 9:00 pm | 7:00 pm Artist talk moderated by Silke Tobeler and Maria Wirth

Exhibition dates: Thursday, 18. August 2022 until Thursday, 29. September 2022

Finissage: Thursday 29. September 2022 – 5:00 to 9:00 pm

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Image caption title: Aino Nebel, Kimono, porcelain with glaze, 2021 © Aino Nebel

Exhibition Aino Nebel & Renée Pötzscher – Galerie feinart berlin | Zeitgenössische Kunst Berlin – Contemporary Art – Exhibitions Berlin Galleries | ART at Berlin

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