post-title String Exhibition | Galerie ART CRU Berlin | 20.03.-04.04.2020 – extended from 09.06.2020 onwards!

String Exhibition | Galerie ART CRU Berlin | 20.03.-04.04.2020 – extended from 09.06.2020 onwards!

String Exhibition | Galerie ART CRU Berlin | 20.03.-04.04.2020 – extended from 09.06.2020 onwards!

String Exhibition | Galerie ART CRU Berlin | 20.03.-04.04.2020 – extended from 09.06.2020 onwards!

extended | #2716ARTatBerlin | Galerie ART CRU Berlin reopens on 9th June 2020 the”Strippenausstellung” (> String Exhibition), that is on show since 20th March 2020, with the artists Uwe Paulsen & Emil Päffel, Achim Maaz, Norbert Backner, Concetta Cassarà, Thi Thu and Katinka Kaskeline.

Please note the following for your visit from 9 June 2020:

  • initially limited opening hours apply: Tues and Thurs 12-6 pm, Wed 2-6 pm
  • The usual distance rules of at least 1.5 m must be observed during each visit.
  • There may be a maximum of 3 visitors in the gallery at the same time.
  • Visits are generally only possible with a mask or mouth and nose protection.
  • If you are interested in portfolio folders and books please use gloves (available on site).

After severe water damage, Galerie ART CRU Berlin is presenting works at greatly reduced prices in a “string exhibition”. During the installation the gallery is also open on Sundays. On 04.11.2019 the non-profit gallery had to close its doors for 3 months. A neighbour had observed water flowing out of the entrance door. After the police and fire brigade had pumped off the water, which was up to 20 cm deep, the gallery management and the team were faced with a terrible sight. Dozens of pictures, stored in folders, were completely soaked. In addition, other works, which had been placed on the floor for hanging the next day, were an easy prey for the water. After viewing and assessing the disaster, it became clear that the gallery had suffered enormous financial damage. This was followed by weeks of clean-up work: unpacking, draining, pressing with absorbent blasting cartons. Paper works were also partly hung on clotheslines to dry in the gallery.

ART-at-Berlin---Courtesy of Galerie ART CRU Berlin - Strippenausstellung-2
Installationsansicht,Strippenausstellung, Galerie ART CRU Berlin

For the “STRIPPENAUSSTELLUNG”, works of some gallery artists are presented in a room-sized installation. In this large SALE, pictures that have been affected by the water are offered. The exhibition includes works by artist duo Uwe Paulsen & Emiehl Päffel (Museum für Outsiderkunst, Schleswig), Achim Maaz (died 2014, Bonn, pictures from the estate), Norbert Backner (Offenes Atelier St. Hedwig), Concetta Cassarà (died 2018, Bologna, Italy), THI THU (died 2008, Berlin, born in Laos) and Katinka Kaskeline (Berlin).

The gallery would like to take this opportunity to thank all the support it has already received, especially the Paritätischer Wohlfahrtsverband Landesverband Berlin e.V., the members and other friends of the gallery.

Vernissage: Thursday, 19th March 2020, 7:00 pm, speaking on the exhibition: Ralph Stabbert, 2nd chairman PS-Art e.V. Berlin (CANCELLED!)

Exhibition period: Friday, 20th March – Saturday, 4th April 2020 – extended from 9th June 2020 onwards!

Additional Opening hours: Sunday, 22th March + Sunday, 29th March 2020, 2:00 – 6:00 pm

Zur Galerie ART CRU


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