post-title WHO IS FEARING BLACK, RED, GOLD? | ALEXANDER OCHS PRIVATE | 14.09.-03.11.2018

WHO IS FEARING BLACK, RED, GOLD? | ALEXANDER OCHS PRIVATE | 14.09.-03.11.2018

WHO IS FEARING BLACK, RED, GOLD? | ALEXANDER OCHS PRIVATE | 14.09.-03.11.2018

WHO IS FEARING BLACK, RED, GOLD? | ALEXANDER OCHS PRIVATE | 14.09.-03.11.2018

until 03.11. | #2177ARTatBerlin | ALEXANDER OCHS PRIVATE shows from 14th September 2018 the Group Exhibition WHO IS FEARING BLACK, RED, GOLD? by the artists Axel Anklam, Laura Bruce, Bettina Scholz and Karolin Schwab. 

Since Barnett Newman created his four paintings titled ‘Who is afraid of Red, Yellow and Blue’ between 1966 and 1970, art history has always raised questions about the connotation of colors. This is how the headline of our exhibition WHO HAD ANGER BEFORE BLACK, RED, GOLD? pointing to a way away from art and towards the democratic Hambach festival in 1832 or the recent abuse of colors in Saxony. But if this idea were wrong, the title simply describes the colors in which the participating artists work for this exhibition.

Drawings by Laura Bruce executed with black graphite pencil meet mostly red-colored back glass pictures by Bettina Scholz.

ART-at-Berlin---Courtesy-of-ALEXANDER-OCHS-PRIVATE---Laura-Bruce
Laura Bruce, Follow the Train Tracks,
2015, graphite on paper, 155 x 113 cm

ART-at-Berlin---Courtesy-of-ALEXANDER-OCHS-PRIVATE---Bettina-ScholzBettina Scholz, Lichtesser, 2018,
Laquer and acrylic glas, 81,5 x 91,5 cm

The metallic-golden sculptures by Axel Anklam communicate with the white wooden objects by Karolin Schwab.

ART at Berlin – Courtesy of ALEXANDER OCHS PRIVATE – Axel Anklam
Axel Anklam, Stilles Land (Schneeland series, Gold), 2017, stainless steel, 63 x 95 x 2 cm


Karolin Schwab, white folded circle I -18, 2018, acrylic on wood, Ø 50 cm

A good mix of artistic attitudes that do not abuse the colors black, red and gold.

And only democracy guarantees the freedom of art!

Opening: Thursday, 13th September 2018, 7–9 pm, the artists are present.
Please register until 11th September 2018 under secretariat @alexanderochs–private.com or by phone +49 30 4508 6878.

Exhibition period: Friday, 14th September – Saturday, 3rd November 2018

CHARLOTTENWALK: The Charlottenburg galleries will open their doors on Friday, 14th September 2018 until 9pm. From 6 pm the artists Axel Anklam, Laura Bruce and Bettina Scholz will be available to talk to you. Without registration!

art berlin 2018: booth 3.D.4 – The gallery shows AXEL ANKLAM + FRITZ BORNSTÜCK + SVEN DRÜHL + JAN MUCHE
Seemingly immaculate mountain scenes by Sven Drühl meet Fritz Bornstück’s painting of the battle between devastation and nature. Jan Muche’s abstract all-over compositions play with the dance-like, gracefully flowing sculptures of Axel Anklam.
Opening: Thursday, September 27, 2018, 4:00 pm to 8:00 pm
28th to 30th September 2018 at Tempelhof Airport, Hangar 5 + 6, Tempelhofer Damm 54, 12101 Berlin

Zu Alexander Ochs Private

 

Image caption: Bettina Scholz, Lichtesser, 2018, Laquer and acrylic glas, 81,5 x 91,5 cm

Exhibition ANKLAM + BRUCE + SCHOLZ + SCHWAB – ALEXANDER OCHS PRIVATE | Zeitgenössische Kunst in Berlin | Contemporary Art | Exhibitions Berlin Galleries | ART at Berlin

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