until 04.09. | #3131ARTatBerlin | BORCH Gallery currently shows the group exhibition “Synergies – Stützmappe and Bonobos“.
On show are works by the artists Anna Barriball, Tacita Dean, Thomas Demand, Peter Doig, Joachim Grommek, Jeffrey Eugenides, Matthew Hale, Stefan Hirsig, Damien Hirst, Olav Christopher Jenssen, Hubert Kiecol, Walter Kranz, Elke Krystufek, Sean Landers, John Miller, Chris Ofili, Daniel Richter, Mark Wallinger, Rachel Whiteread, and Karen Yama.
The term synergy [Greek synergismós: ‘working together’] is defined as the combined power of a collaborating or interacting group of people or things that is greater than the simple sum of its parts.
beautiful exotic stretching etchy spinning void etching, 1995
From the portfolio Stützmappe
Somerset White Satin 300 g
25 x 20 cm (image); 44 x 38 cm (paper)
9,84 x 7,87 in (image), 17,32 x 14,96 in (paper)
Edition of 50; Set of 13
Since the beginning of the global COVID-19-pandemic in early 2020, values like solidarity, community, and social cohesion have significantly gained importance. Through synergy, cooperation can be more efficient, as the involvement of several parties gives correspondingly more knowledge and more value to draw from. The exhibition at BORCH Editions presents the two print portfolios Stützmappe (1995) and Bonobos (2003), both of which focus on the collaboration of a multitude of artists.
Monkeys on ponies
Ballad of Bonobos I-IV, 2003
From the portfolio Bonobos
Hahnemühle Bütten 300 g
19 x 30 cm (image); 27 x 38,5 cm (paper)
7,48 x 11,81 in (image), 10,63 x 15,16 in (paper)
Edition of 28 + 10 AP; Set of 14
Exhibition dates: Friday, 13th August – Saturday, 4th October 2021to the gallery
Exhibition Synergies – Stützmappe and Bonobos – BORCH Gallery | Zeitgenössische Kunst | Contemporary Art | Exhibitions Galleries Berlin | ART at Berlin