post-title Haruka Hirai | Superimpose (part 1) + Bookmark (part 2) | Galerie Martin Mertens | 21.07.-28.07. + 18.08.-25.08.2018

Haruka Hirai | Superimpose (part 1) + Bookmark (part 2) | Galerie Martin Mertens | 21.07.-28.07. + 18.08.-25.08.2018

Haruka Hirai | Superimpose (part 1) + Bookmark (part 2) | Galerie Martin Mertens | 21.07.-28.07. + 18.08.-25.08.2018

Haruka Hirai | Superimpose (part 1) + Bookmark (part 2) | Galerie Martin Mertens | 21.07.-28.07. + 18.08.-25.08.2018

until 28.07./25.08. | #2103ARTatBerlin | Galerie Martin Mertens shows from 21st July 2018 the exhibition by the artist Haruka Hirai. The exhibition is devided into two parts: Superimpose (part 1) and Bookmark (part 2).

Before the Japanese artist Haruka Hirai (* 1985 Japan) begins to paint, she makes classical collages. The resulting compositions leave them lying for a long time and then finally start to paint them. Through this process, she does not want to formulate a methodology, but simply have enough time to find clues to be liberated from the alleged meanings of the image.

“Through my attempts to solve the unsolvable problem of painting, I have acquired a number of painterly methods. Nevertheless, I can let go any time for any further transformation, because the most important thing is that the process contributes to my investigation into the process of painting itself.”

Haruka Hirai

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Haruka Hirai: Cut 04, 39 x 32 cm, Acryl auf Baumwolle, 2018

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Haruka Hirai: Cut 05, 39 x 32 cm, Acrylic on cotton, 2018

Vernissage part 1: Saturday, 21st July 2018, 6:00 – 9:00 p.m.

Exhibition period part 1:Saturday, 21st July to Saturday, 28th July 2018

 

Vernissage part 2: Saturday, 18th August 2018, 18:00 – 21:00 Uhr

Exhibition period part 2: Saturday, 18th August to Saturday, 25th August 2018

Zur Galerie MARTIN MERTENS

 

Image caption: Haruka Hirai: Cut 04, 39 x 32 cm, Acryl auf Baumwolle, 2018

Exhibition Haruka Hirai – Galerie Martin Mertens | Zeitgenössische Kunst in Berlin | Contemporary Art | Exhibitions Berlin | Galleries Berlin | ART at Berlin

 

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