post-title Martin Mlecko | GEGEN DEN STRICH | Dorothée Nilsson Gallery | 07.04.-21.04.2018

Martin Mlecko | GEGEN DEN STRICH | Dorothée Nilsson Gallery | 07.04.-21.04.2018

Martin Mlecko | GEGEN DEN STRICH | Dorothée Nilsson Gallery | 07.04.-21.04.2018

Martin Mlecko | GEGEN DEN STRICH | Dorothée Nilsson Gallery | 07.04.-21.04.2018

until 21.04. | #1967ARTatBerlin | Dorothée Nilsson Gallery currently shows the exhibition GEGEN DEN STRICH by the artist Martin Mlecko.

Photography, film and literature have constantly inspired Martin Mlecko. They became both a subject and a medium for him and have particularly influenced his subtle view of everyday life. The exhibition “Gegen den Strich” introduces Mlecko’s world of thoughts with a selection of conceptual works from various phases of his artistic work. Based on the title of Joris Huysmans’ novel “Gegen den Strich” (Against Nature) with the same title, which was important to him, Gegen den Strich alternates between ideas of reality, aspects of beauty and the complex search for their discovery.

Martin Mlecko, born October 15, 1951 in Essen and died on September 25, 2016 in Berlin, was a German photographer, conceptual artist and filmmaker.

Vernissage: Friday, 06th April 2018, 6:00-9:00 p.m.

Exhibition period: Saturday, 07th April to Saturday, 21st April 2018

Zur Dorothée Nilsson Gallery

 

Image caption: Martin Mlecko: Bibliothek XIV, from the series Evidenz (Libraries) © The Estate of Martin Mlecko

Exhibition GEGEN DEN STRICH – Dorothée Nilsson Gallery | Contemporary Art – Kunst in Berlin | ART@Berlin

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