post-title Inside Töpfern | Group Exhibition | rk-Galerie | 14.03.–27.04.2018

Inside Töpfern | Group Exhibition | rk-Galerie | 14.03.–27.04.2018

Inside Töpfern | Group Exhibition | rk-Galerie | 14.03.–27.04.2018

Inside Töpfern | Group Exhibition | rk-Galerie | 14.03.–27.04.2018

until 27.04. | #1920ARTatBerlin | rk-Galerie at Townhall Lichtenberg shows since 14th March 2018 the exhibition “Inside Töpfern” with the artists Charlotte Dualé, Andreas Matias Gloël, Monika Grabuschnigg, Karl Karner, Alex Müller, Aki Nagasaka, Allison Schulnik and Su-Ran Sichling. Kurator is Dr. Julia Wirxel.

Based on the classical working material clay or ceramic, this exhibition shows how the formerly strictly separated genres are dissolving. From the installation to representational objects, abstract appearing forms to clay mation films, a wide range of ceramics is presented. It seems almost surprising that the eight international artists, working in front of different cultural and thematic backgrounds, work with a material.

Particularly interesting is the theme of temporality, which was and is diametrically opposed to the notions of a genuine permanence of sculpture and sculpture.

Monika Grabuschnigg specially designed the Edition Bathroomseries, 2017/18 for the exhibition.

Vernissage: Tuesday, 13th March 2018, 07:00 p.m., Introduction: Dr. Julia Wirxel, Art scientist. Performance with the Austrian artistKarl Karner

Exhibition period: Wednesday, 14th Marc to Friday, 27th April 2018 

Accompanying program:
12.04.18 , 19 Uhr: Guided tour with the curator
26.04.18, 17 Uhr: Guided tour and conversation with the visually impaired and other interested parties

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Image caption: Allison Schulnik: Still aus dem Film Mound, 2011 – Courtesy by ZieherSmith, NY and the artist

Exhibition Inside Töpfern – rk Galerie | Contemporary Art Kunst in Berlin ART at Berlin

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