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post-title H2O | Gruppenausstellung | GALERIE SCHMALFUSS BERLIN | 05.12.2020-09.01.2021

H2O | Gruppenausstellung | GALERIE SCHMALFUSS BERLIN | 05.12.2020-09.01.2021

H2O | Gruppenausstellung | GALERIE SCHMALFUSS BERLIN | 05.12.2020-09.01.2021

H2O | Gruppenausstellung | GALERIE SCHMALFUSS BERLIN | 05.12.2020-09.01.2021

until 09.01. | #2933ARTatBerlin | GALERIE SCHMALFUSS BERLIN shows from 5th December 2020 the group show H2O with 15 individual positions on the topic water and its different appearances.

The selection shows realistic, romantic and naturalistic works, up to impressionistic, abstract and experimental positions. In the wide historical rooms of the gallery, these positions are particularly well represented.

Water consists of oxygen and hydrogen, it is a chemical compound. Two thirds of the earth’s surface are covered by water. Water occurs in three forms: as water vapour, as liquid water and as solid water (ice). We experience liquid water as rain, in rivers and streams, in lakes and seas.

ART at Berlin - Courtesy of Galerie Schmalfuss - Jan Peter Tripp
JAN PETER TRIPP, Der Tag an dem W.G. Sebald mit Iwan Konstantinowitsch
den Ärmelkanal überquerte, 2020, Acrylic on wood, 60 x 80 cm

The solid water in the Arctic and in changing seasons on the continents. The exhibition H2O – alles im Fluss, the SCHMALFUSS Berlin – contemporary fine arts, tells of these water phenomena and movements.

Fifteen artists share their views, experiences and sensations with this chemical compound. In their various representations we experience the visible water; the subterranean water remains hidden.

Water is life, is movement. But water can also be deadly if it is a sea of salt water. And this salt water is the most common on earth.

ART at Berlin - Courtesy of Galerie Schmalfuss - Malte von Schuckmann
MALTE VON SCHUCKMANN, Nordsee I, 2020, Oil on canvas, 120 x 190 cm

The artists let the water romp like JAN PETER TRIPP, let the water appear as a blue reflection like in ANNETTE BESGEN. CLAUS DELVAUX makes the architecture of cities double and shine in the water. MALTE VON SCHUCKMANN shows the green, impenetrable water in the surf of the North Sea. KATHRIN RANK shows the water in its solid form as cathedrals of ice in the Arctic. Abstract but unmistakable, ROMAN LIPSKI designs the element inspired also by his muse, an artificial intelligence. The Seashanties by UWE HAND combine water and sky in magnificent illumination, JOHANNES SCHRAMM shows the creature in the water and SIGRID NIENSTEDT presents a calmly balanced piece of sea. SONJA WEBER creates the water with light and movement even on a textile surface and WERNER MALLY with the cloud of ignorance pretends water made of wood.

ART at Berlin - Courtesy of Galerie Schmalfuss - Annette Besgen
ANNETTE BESGEN, totally summer 1, 2018, Oil on canvas, 3 parts, each 60 x 30 cm

Thus in this unique show we experience the most necessary element of life in its most beautiful and imaginative forms.

With works by:

SIGRID NIENSTEDT, MALTE VON SCHUCKMANN, JAN PETER TRIPP, ROMAN LIPSKI, SONJA WEBER, KATHRIN RANK, INGO KÜHL, HANS HENDRIK GRIMMLING, UWE HAND, CLAUS DELVAUX, ANNETTE BESGEN, JOHANNES SCHRAMM, MIRIAM VLAMING, WERNER MALLY und HERMANN WEBER

Opening: Saturday, 5 December 2020, noon – 6:00 pm

Exhibition period: Saturday, 5. December 2020 to Saturday, 9th January 2021

The gallery premises of the GALERIE SCHMALFUSS BERLIN are regularly open in compliance with the COVID-19 hygiene regulations (1.50 m minimum distance between visitors and a maximum of 16 visitors in the spacious gallery rooms). Works acquired during the “lockdown” at the GALLERY SCHMALFUSS BERLIN can be exchanged at any time or returned within 4 weeks for a refund of the purchase price.

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Exhibition H2O – GALERIE SCHMALFUSS BERLIN – Contemporary Art Exhibitions Berlin | ART at Berlin

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