post-title Sag Was – Say Something | Group Show | Michaela Helfrich Galerie | 10.09.-16.10.2020

Sag Was – Say Something | Group Show | Michaela Helfrich Galerie | 10.09.-16.10.2020

Sag Was – Say Something | Group Show | Michaela Helfrich Galerie | 10.09.-16.10.2020

Sag Was – Say Something | Group Show | Michaela Helfrich Galerie | 10.09.-16.10.2020

until 16.10. | #2841ARTatBerlin + #2843ARTatBerlin | Michaela Helfrich Galerie presents from 10th September 2020 The exhibition Sag Was – Say Something with works by the artists Simon Czapla, Susanne Husemann, Thomas Jüptner, Ulrike Pisch,  Pina Rath, Elena Tamburini and Gerard Waskievitz.

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Simon Czapla
“Pop culture meets hyperrealism. Once Simon Czapla sets up a new canvas, the drama starts. With precision and humor, he stages his protagonists and questions our identity and existence in its current state in a subtle yet sharp-tongued way.”

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Simon Czapla, Hans im Glück, Öl auf Leinwand, 180 x 130 cm, 2019

Susanne Husemann
“Perhaps the contemporary heroic journey is a journey in ourself and the hero is somone who is able to transform the battleground between heart, larynx and brain into a departure point for hummingbirds. The power of the hummingbird transcends time and creates an image.“

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Susanne Husemann

Thomas Jüptner
“You have enchanted me, beloved, my bride! “One look out of your eyes and I was spellbound. Tell me, does it have a charm, the jewelry on your neck? How happy you make me with your tenderness!” (Bible, Song of Songs 4: 9-11)

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Thomas Jüptner

 Ulrike Pisch
“If words are too sharp but colour is rich, speak out with the scales, find a place for the figures. If they want to be heavy allow them. For the light ones create some air. Leave space behind and tomorrow open.”

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 Ulrike Pisch

 Pina Rath
“A here and now in layers, like parchment. The remnants bear witness to what is absent. A desire which will never be satisfied. Stepping in from the unseen, with a trace that repeats itself, but never the same. Draws you to me, leads you away from me.”

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 Pina Rath

Elena Tamburini
“Autobiographic, fun, joking, critic, dreams, courage, consolation, technique, quotes, concentration, light, emotions, discipline, shadow, paint, discover, characters, brush strokes, stories, colors, constellations, mass, coincided, sensibility… my art doesn’t know any rules, it‘s the last freedom i keep and protect. Art is and always will be.“

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Elena Tamburini

Gerard Waskievitz
“The studio is overcast. No insight possible. Volume and shouting. The canvas becomes an acid test. Born out of obscurity. Exertion and excitement. Respect is the legacy.”

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Gerard Waskievitz, Späte Mädchen, Öl auf Leinwand, 160 x 120 cm, 2020

Exhibition dates: Thursday, 10 September – Friday, 16 October 2020

Opening hours for Berlin Art Week:
Thursday, 10 September – Saturday, 12 September 2020 from 12 – 20 h
Sunday, 13 September 2020 from 12 – 18

Regular opening hours: Thursday to Saturday from 14 – 18 hrs and by appointment

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