post-title Dirk Braeckman | Galerie Thomas Fischer | 07.04-09.06.2018

Dirk Braeckman | Galerie Thomas Fischer | 07.04-09.06.2018

Dirk Braeckman | Galerie Thomas Fischer | 07.04-09.06.2018

Dirk Braeckman | Galerie Thomas Fischer | 07.04-09.06.2018

until 09.06. | #1923ARTatBerlin | Galerie Thomas Fischer shows from 7th April 2018 an exhibition by the artist Dirk Braeckman.

Dirk Braeckman’s third exhibition at Thomas Fischer includes a selection of works that stretches across several phases of the artist’s work into the present, showing the artist’s work as a coherent, large-scale oeuvre that cannot necessarily be located in any one, specific point in time, but, on the contrary, seems remote from time. Bringing together photographs taken at various points in time is essential to Dirk Braeckman’s exhibition practice. Unlike the framework of the Venice Biennale in 2017, where he dominated the Belgian Pavilion through a strictly balanced system of hanging, for Dirk Braeckman the exhibition context of the gallery is something like an open area of experimentation. This is attested to by the decision to integrate an earlier experimental 16 mm film in the setting of images, thus combining various media and material.

Text: Maren Lübbke-Tidow

Vernissage: Friday, 6th April 2018, 06:00 – 09:00 p.m.

Exhibition period: Saturday, 7th April to Saturday, 9th June 2018

Zur Galerie Thomas Fischer

 

Image caption: Courtesy Galerie Thomas Fischer – Dirk Braeckman

Exhibition Dirk Braeckman – Galerie Thomas Fischer | Kunst in Berlin ART at Berlin 

 

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