post-title Die Neuen I | Group exhibition | Galerie Verein Berliner Künstler | 03.02.-18.02.2018

Die Neuen I | Group exhibition | Galerie Verein Berliner Künstler | 03.02.-18.02.2018

Die Neuen I | Group exhibition | Galerie Verein Berliner Künstler | 03.02.-18.02.2018

Die Neuen I | Group exhibition | Galerie Verein Berliner Künstler | 03.02.-18.02.2018

until 18.02. | #1859ARTatBerlin | Galerie Verein Berliner Künstler (VBK) shows since 3rd February 2018 the exhibition DIE NEUEN (The New Ones) with artworks by 11 new members of VBK out of the year 2017. On 23rd February starts part II of this exhibition with further new artists.

The exhibition year 2018 starts in the gallery VEREIN BERLINER KÜNSTLER with the presentation of eleven new members, who in 2017 were admitted to the circle of artists of the VBK. In the field of tension of media-communicative and different ways of working, they show works in two consecutive exhibitions with reference to their current position in the areas of VIDEO – PAINTING – PHOTOGRAPHY – SCULPTURE – DRAWING.

Exhibition 1 | DIE NEUEN 1 from 03.02.2018

44flavours:
The combination of art and life and the artistic creative process play a central role in the collaboration between Sebastian Bagge and Julio Rölle. Since 2003 they work under the name 44flavours. In her own artistic world of painting, photography, mostly expansive installations, illustration and typography, Bagge and Rölle work spontaneously and intuitively, reacting to each other’s decisions. The art of 44flavours is processual, and the search for the materials and their locations is part of the artwork.
www.44flavours.com

GODOY GIRL:
In her work, the Spanish artist Lupe Godoy is dedicated to painting, collage and their interdependence. The image materials are integrated in the processing into content-rich, nested narratives and series. Her works have been presented in numerous solo and group exhibitions at home and abroad and are part of private and public art collections.
She lives and works in Berlin.
www.lupegodoy.com

MARIA CORPORAL:
The artistic production of Maria Korporal includes video art, digital image processing, interactive projects and installations. Their multimedia work has been designed using a wide variety of techniques and each work is an animated mix of photographs and film footage as well as drawings and collages. The narrative aspect, both personal and social, plays a major role in her work and, together with the directness of the images and the sounds, leads to a great participation of the viewer.
www.mariakorporal.com

SUSAN MCKINLEY
In Susan McKinley’s works, it is the inner faces, emotions, and dreams that transcend the hand-applied image. Human and animal figures are more conceptual than formal. They act as a kind of catalyst that gives the formless psychic powers visual resistance and structure. The brush gesture, ie painting itself as a temporal continuum in the two-dimensional juxtaposition on paper, between form-giving and becoming-to-be-formed, is the image dominant moment.
www.susanemckinley.com

VOLKER NIKEL:
Statement on Nikel sculptures
The works are made of steel welded and are small installations and objects, but more to the ZEN mind, so the here and now, the letting go and a constant correction of the ‘attitude’ has to do. The unfinished perfection is intentional and examines the constant dynamics of making and viewing.
www.volkernikel.de

Click here to read the article about the following exhibition 2 | DIE NEUEN 2 from 24.02.2018.

Vernissage: Friday 2nd February 2018, 07:00 p.m.

Exhibition period: Saturday, 03rd February to Sunday, 18th February 2018

Zur Galerie Verein Berliner Künstler

 

Image caption: via Galerie Verein Berliner Künstler

Exhibition DIE NEUEN – Galerie Verein Berliner Künstler | Contemporary Art – Kunst in Berlin – ART at Berlin

 

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