post-title Plato’s Cave: Tamim Sibai | Galerie mutare | 24.04.-01.05.2021

Plato’s Cave: Tamim Sibai | Galerie mutare | 24.04.-01.05.2021

Plato’s Cave: Tamim Sibai | Galerie mutare | 24.04.-01.05.2021

Plato’s Cave: Tamim Sibai | Galerie mutare | 24.04.-01.05.2021

until 01.05. | #3035ARTatBerlin | Galerie mutare presents from 24th April 2021 the artist Tamim Sibai in the exhibition series Platons Höhle | Plato‘s Cave | La Caverne de Platon | La Caverna de Platón, a gallery project with several artists of the gallery.

The exhibition will be shown with a video projection. It is accompanied by the ACTION 48 Faces + Me.

Gallery project January to July 2021

13. 02. – 05. 03. Filip Kalkowski
06.03. – 24.03. Tamim Sibai
27.03. – 06.04. Berndt Wilde
09.04. – 27.04. Caro Stark

Exhibition projects, video projections, artists live in the gallery, work in progress, performances

Caro Stark | January/February
Filip Kalkowski | February
Tamim Sibai | March
Caro Stark | April
Tamim Sibai | April/May
Ruthi Helbitz Cohen | May/June
Filip Kalkowski | June/July
Caro Stark | July

For current project information, please also refer to the website or contact the gallery by phone or WhatsApp on 0151.27074925 or via email.
berlin@galeriemutare.de

Preview: Friday, 23 April 2021, 3:00 – 6:00 p.m.

Exhibition dates Tamim Sibai: Saturday, 24 April – Saturday, 1 May 2021

To the Gallery

 

 

Image caption cover: TAMIM SIBAI, Ausschnitt aus “Dreamer”, Öl/Acryl/Lw, 250 x 150 cm, 2020

Exhibition Tamim Sibai– Galerie Mutare | Zeitgenössische Kunst in Berlin | Contemporary Art | Exhibitions Berlin Galleries | ART at Berlin

 

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