post-title Johannes Regin | Galerie Inga Kondeyne – Raum für Zeichnung | 01.04.-13.05.2023

Johannes Regin | Galerie Inga Kondeyne – Raum für Zeichnung | 01.04.-13.05.2023

Johannes Regin | Galerie Inga Kondeyne – Raum für Zeichnung | 01.04.-13.05.2023

Johannes Regin | Galerie Inga Kondeyne – Raum für Zeichnung | 01.04.-13.05.2023

until 13.05. | #3830ARTatBerlin | Galerie Inga Kondeyne – Raum für Zeichnung presents an exhibition of the artist Johannes Regin from April 1, 2023.

Looking into the microcosm of Johannes Regin, into overlapping fragments of traces with the smallest deviations of dot placement, of tension shifts in the rhythm of his grids requires concentration. Seeping, old traces of paint and remnants of signs attract attention. The abundance in the evenly appearing order of these meditative pictorial spaces becomes perceptible. The individual dots are double and triple superimposed dot characters. Moments of the artist’s collection are transferred to us viewers. Regin gets involved with the found material he has consciously selected in a lengthy process. It is immediately clear to him how large his innumerable dots have to be, whether they have to be applied by drawing or painting or whether they have to be pierced, punched or chiseled into the material. Found objects are a counterpart for him, he looks into their stories; gently touching or hard set, a state of suspension is evoked. Stronger colors come into play from the edges – recently also as concentrated color fields. Regin has drawn a nuanced framework for his works that is ready to absorb change. A macrocosm is inherent in his microcosm. This can spread out in recent wall drawings in Eberswalde. Johannes Regin conquered dilapidated gate wings with his dotted grids. The contrast of underground and new occupation leads to a timeless weightlessness between intention and decay, in which surprising energies unfold.


Art at Berlin - Courtesy of Galerie Inga Kondeyne - o.T., 2023, 70 x 47,5 cm Fineliner, Lack, Karton,o.T., 2023, 70 x 47,5 cm, Fineliner, Lack, Karton

Johannes Regin, born 1986 in Neubrandenburg, lives and works in Berlin and Spechthausen; 2007-2012 studies at the Berlin-Weißensee Academy of Art; 2013 master student with Prof. Hanns Schimansky; 2013 Mart Stam Prize.

Exhibitions: 2013 Kazuki Nakahara, Johannes Regin, Galerie Inga Kondeyne, Berlin; Umraum, Fahrbereitschaft, Berlin; One site, Pavillon am Milchhof, Berlin; Prolog, Institut für alles Mögliche, Berlin; Selektive Blindheit, Kunsthalle Hamburger Platz, Berlin; Erfindungsdrang, P142, Berlin; 2014 Vis-a-Vis, Projektraum, Bethanien, Berlin; Berlin Masters, Arndt Contemporary, Berlin; springhouse, Tannestraße 2, Dresden; Imaginary Size, Schaufenster, Berlin; paperworks/works on paper, Galerie Inga Kondeyne/Wichtendahl Galerie, Berlin; Starting Grid, curated by Hamish Morrison Display Gallery, London; 2016 beyond, Contemporary art from Amsterdam and Berlin; St. Johannes Evangelist-Kirche, Berlin; Leerraum, project space of the Alte Gießerei, Berlin; Drawing Performance: Abstraction from Berlin and the United States; 2017 Marxhausen Gallery of Art, Tug Boat Gallery, Lincoln, Nebraska, Concordia University Seward, Nebraska, USA; Johannes Regin, Galerie Inga Kondeyne, Berlin; 2018 Focus on Abstraction, Potatoes, Prunes and Prism, Pavillon am Milchhof, Berlin; 2019 All about paper, Galerie Carolyn Heinz, Hamburg; 2020 Schulterblick 40! , Galerie Inga Kondeyne, Berlin, 2021 Galerie Inga Kondeyne, Berlin; 2022 over and over, Galerie Carolyn Heinz, Hamburg (with Yin Meng).

The Wichtendahl Gallery shows at the same time Silvia Schreiber „Formen in einem Kopf“

Opening: Saturday, 01 April 2023, 3 to 6 pm

Exhibition dates: Saturday, 01. April– Saturday, 13.  May 2023

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Caption title: o.T., 2023, 32 x 24 cm,  Fineliner, Lack, Karton

Exhibition Johannes Regin – Galerie Inga Kondeyne | Contemporary Art in Berlin | Contemporary Art | Exhibitions Berlin Galerien | ART at Berlin

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