post-title Kevin A. Rausch | today – tomorrow – yesterday | Köppe Contemporary | 06.05.-10.06.2017

Kevin A. Rausch | today – tomorrow – yesterday | Köppe Contemporary | 06.05.-10.06.2017

Kevin A. Rausch | today – tomorrow – yesterday | Köppe Contemporary | 06.05.-10.06.2017

Kevin A. Rausch | today – tomorrow – yesterday | Köppe Contemporary | 06.05.-10.06.2017

until 10.06. | #1247ARTatBerlin | Köppe Contemporary presents from 06th May 2017 the exhibition “today – tomorrow – yesterday” by the artist Kevin A. Rausch.

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Vernissage: Friday, 05th May 2017, 07:00 – 10:00 p.m.

Exhibition period: Saturday, 06th May – Saturday, 10th June 2017

Zu Köppe Contemporary

 

Image caption:

Cover photo: Sid & Nancy | 2017, Mischtechnik / Lw, 85 x 60 cm

Photo gallery:

1. Image: The end were we stars | 2015, Mischtechnik / Lw , 180 x 300 cm

2. Image: When Memories Go On A Journey | 2008–2017, Größe variable

3. Image: Class bunkers | 2016, Mischtechnik / Lw, 200 x 270 cm

4. Image: Every dream a trap | 2017, Mischtechnik / Lw, 200 × 150 cm

5. Image: Hold On | 2017, Mischtechnik / Lw, 150 x 130 cm

 

Exhibition Berlin Galleries: Kevin A. Rausch – Köppe Contemporary | ART at Berlin 

 

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