post-title Katharina Marszewski | Unneccesary Warsaw Correspondent | EXILE | 13.10.-17.11.2016

Katharina Marszewski | Unneccesary Warsaw Correspondent | EXILE | 13.10.-17.11.2016

Katharina Marszewski | Unneccesary Warsaw Correspondent | EXILE | 13.10.-17.11.2016

Katharina Marszewski | Unneccesary Warsaw Correspondent | EXILE | 13.10.-17.11.2016

until 17.11. | #0835ARTatBerlin | The gallery E X I L E shows from 13th October 2016 the exhibition “Unneccesary Warsaw Correspondent” by the artist Katharina Marszewski.

EXILE is pleased to participate in this year’s European Month of Photography with a solo exhibition by artist Katharina Marszewski entitled Unneccesary Warsaw Correspondent.
The exhibition reveals an array of visual material and sources of non-linear events assembled during the last 15 years. Marszewski’s small-format photographs, previously glued into notebooks, depict façades, gazes, acts, lines of text and locations for possible scenarios. On the streets of her native city of Warsaw, the artist found the material for a language that she didn’t want to forget.
One can see a longing for expression – or perhaps for another identity? ‘The city I couldn’t live in became my muse.’ Her self-imposed role as fictional correspondent reads like an unusual report, rich in associations. At the same time, Marszewski breaks with conformist expectations for a uniform narrative and uses her photographs to visualize other planes of reality in collages and arrangements.

Vernissage: Thursday, 13. October 2016, 7 – 9 p.m.

Exhibition period: Thursday, 13. October to Thursday, 17. November 2016

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Image caption: via EXILE – Katharina Marszewski

Exhibition Katharina Marszewski – EXILE – Kunst in Berlin ART at Berlin

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