post-title Deborah Esses | Paintings | Galerie mutare | 17.11.-12.12.2019

Deborah Esses | Paintings | Galerie mutare | 17.11.-12.12.2019

Deborah Esses | Paintings | Galerie mutare | 17.11.-12.12.2019

Deborah Esses | Paintings | Galerie mutare | 17.11.-12.12.2019

until 12.12. | #2626ARTatBerlin | Galerie mutare shows from 17th November 2019 an exhibition with paintings by the artist Deborah Esses in the first room of the gallery.

Deborah Esses, born 1966 in Buenos Aires, Argentina, studied painting at the “Beato Angelico” Academy of Fine Arts in Buenos Aires from 1982-84. Afterwards she was a scholarship holder at the “Tel Aviv University”, Israel. Deborah Esses showed her first exhibitions in galleries in Buenos Aires. In 1987 the artist expanded her work to include mixed media and performances using videos, music and photos.

She travelled through Europe. Her first Mixed Media solo exhibition was presented in Kent, England. In 2002 she moved to England. In London she worked freelance with her own studio and gallery. Among other things, she led the project of an installation conceived as a living work of art across the Thames with the group “Green Street Women Artists”. The artist regularly attended drawing courses in Vienna and at the Sotheby’s Art Institute in London.

She lives and works in Berlin since 2016.

Her works have already been shown internationally in numerous solo and group exhibitions.

From 19 November, in th esecond room of Galerie mutare, paintings and graphics by the artist Rolf-Dieter Grass will be shown simultaneously with Deborah Esse’s work.

Vernissage: Sunday, 17th November 2019, 4:00 pm

Ausstellungsdaten: Sunday, 17th November – Thursday, 12th December 2019

Opening hours November + December 2019: Wed – Fri 14.00 – 19.00 hrs, Sat 12.00 – 16.00 hrs

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Image caption: Courtesy of Galerie mutare – Deborah Esses

Exhibition Deborah Esses – Galerie Mutare | Zeitgenössische Kunst in Berlin | Contemporary Art | Exhibitions Berlin Galleries | ART at Berlin

 

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