post-title CollAGE | Semjon Contemporary | 08.02.–14.03.2020

CollAGE | Semjon Contemporary | 08.02.–14.03.2020

CollAGE | Semjon Contemporary | 08.02.–14.03.2020

CollAGE | Semjon Contemporary | 08.02.–14.03.2020

until 14.03. | #2680ARTatBerlin | Semjon Contemporary shows from 8th February 2020 the group exhibition CollAGE.

With artworks by the artists Colin Ardley, Edward Buchanan, Experimental Setup (Kata Hinterlechner und Bosko Gastager), Dave Großmann, Olaf Hajek, Vanessa Henn, Nataly Hocke, Ib Jorn, Katja Kollowa, Michael Kutschbach, Nanne Meyer, Jan Muche, Henrik U. Müller, D.M. Nagu, Christoph Niemann, Marcel Odenbach, Susanne Pomrehn, Thomas Prochnow, Katja Pudor, Ursula Sax, Sophia Schama, Li Silberberg, Marc von der Hocht, Bettina Weiß and Majla Zeneli.

ART at Berlin - Courtesy of Semjon Contemporary - Nanne Meyer - Foto Nanne Meyer
Nanne Meyer, Universe, 2019, 42.2 x 34 cm,
Acrylic and collage on paper (Atlas book page);
Photo: Nanne Meyer

ART at Berlin - Courtesy of Semjon Contemporary - Marc von der Hocht - Foto Frank Zimmer
Marc von der Hocht, Niva, 2019, 14.8 x 10.5 cm,
printed paper and adhesive foil on cardboard;
Photo: Frank Zimmer

Vernissage: Friday, 7 February 2020, 7:00 – 9:30 pm

Exhibition period: Saturday, 8th February to Saturday, 14th March 2020

Zu Semjon Contemporary

Exhibition CollAGE – Semjon Contemporary | Zeitgenössische Kunst in Berlin – Contemporary Art – Exhibition Berlin Galleries – ART at Berlin

 

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