until 20.08. – extended until 24.09. | #3524ARTatBerlin | nüüd.berlin gallery shows from 22. July 2022 (Opening: 21.07.) the group exhibition Nuit 2.0 by the artists Anna Tunikova, Axel Teichmann, Birgit Naomi Glatzel, Bo Larsen, Corinna Rosteck, Dale Grant, Daniela Finke, Daniel und Geo Fuchs, Deni Horvatić, Ivar Kaasik, Marco Kaufmann, Martin A. Völker, Mathias Vef, Reinhold Petermann, Philip Crawford and Sabine Beyerle.
After two epically long years of pandemics and a war of aggression in Europe, we long for a summer of new freedoms and nights of revelry. Artists of the gallery seek, find and give inspiration.
Anna Tunikova, Somewhere in Provence, 2022,oil on canvas, 160 x 120 cm
Can we break out of the rehearsed crisis mode, loneliness and emptiness, and surrender to life again, to sensuality that has become uncanny? Is the night mysterious, full of security, an element of life and thus enjoyable and desirable? Does it become the space of love? Or is it a dance on a volcano and the night does not have a liberating effect but a constricting and frightening one, so that we have to think of the busyness and worries of the next day?
Corinna Rosteck, Janus Masse, 2022, Tecco IIridium Silvergloss on Alu-Dibond, 50 x 90 cm
The artists: Anna Tunikova, Axel Teichmann, Birgit Naomi Glatzel, Bo Larsen, Corinna Rosteck, Dale Grant, Daniela Finke, Daniel and Geo Fuchs, Deni Horvatić, Ivar Kaasik, Marco Kaufmann, Martin A. Völker, Mathias Vef, Reinhold Petermann, Philip Crawford and Sabine Beyerle seek, find and give inspiration.
Martin A. Völker, Die Nacht als Moritat in vier Bildern, 2022, each 50 x 50 cm
They ponder the meaning and cycle of life, search for stability and identity and slip into the freedom of another dimension, into an illusionary space. They give themselves over to carefree pleasure and lust, to the protective space of the night that gives more possibilities for development.
Ivar Kaasik, La Porte de la Nuit, 2021, oil on canvas, 190 x 150 cm
They reflect on longing and serenity – or perhaps on the longing for serenity. They escape into nature and dream of distant worlds, surrendering to the turn of time. The group exhibition shows paintings, photographs, sculptures, collages and an installation and testifies to the diversity of the artists, most of whom live and work in Berlin.
Philip Crawford, Blue Moon, 2022
Opening: Thursday, 21. July 2022, 6:00 – 9:00 pm.
Exhibition dates: Friday, 22. July to Saturday, Saturday 20. August 2022 – Extended until Saturday 24. September 2022To the Gallery
Image caption title: Daniela Finke, Philharmonie Berlin, Pigment print behind acrylic matt, 92,5 x 130 cm
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