post-title Tina Engel | Angezettelt … | Michaela Helfrich Galerie | 30.11.2019-30.01.2020

Tina Engel | Angezettelt … | Michaela Helfrich Galerie | 30.11.2019-30.01.2020

Tina Engel | Angezettelt … | Michaela Helfrich Galerie | 30.11.2019-30.01.2020

Tina Engel | Angezettelt … | Michaela Helfrich Galerie | 30.11.2019-30.01.2020

until 30.11. | #2645ARTatBerlin | Michaela Helfrich Galerie presents from 30th November 2019 the exhibition Angezettelt … with painings and monotypes by the artist Tina Engel.


Tina Engel, Tiergarten

The beginning of a canvas is the drawing of the longitudinal threads on the loom, which are called slips of paper. A new piece of fabric begins when it is warped. A play begins when the actor appears and imagines something into the room that is only visible through him and disappears again when he leaves the stage. An image begins when it leaves the painter and finds itself. Many a large text (textile !) begins on a small, empty piece of paper. A few longitudinal threads, an empty stage, the white canvas, the empty piece of paper, nothing more. One does not draw from the fullness, but from nothing.

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Tina Engel, Ohne Käppchen

„When I paint I can see myself walking around the corner I am painting, then the corner takes over the scene.“
Tina Engel

Tina Engel, born. 1950, Actress and director, Schauspielhaus Zurich and Düsseldorf, Schaubühne Berlin, Renaissance Theater Berlin

Vernissage: Friday, 29th November 2019, 6:00 to 9:00 pm

Exhibition period: Saturday, 30th November 2019 to Thursday, 30th Januar 2020

Zur Michaela Helfrich Galerie

 

Image caption: Courtesy of Galerie Michaela Helfrich + Tina Engel (Title: Saiko)

Exhibition Tina Engel – Galerie Michaela Helfrich | Zeitgenössische Kunst in Berlin | Contemporary Art | Exhibitions Berlin Galleries | ART at Berlin

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