until 13.08. | #3959ARTatBerlin | Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery Berlin shows from 08. July 2023 the group exhibition “Where The Wild Roses Grow” with works by over 35 artists from 20 different nations at Schloss Görne.
Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery presents “Where The Wild Roses Grow”, their third summer exhibition at Schloss Görne, Germany. Each year, the gallery invites established and emerging artists from within and beyond their roster to exhibit their works within the dramatic setting of an 18th-century castle and amid the sprawling gardens.
This year’s edition borrows its title from a song by Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds and Kylie Minogue in homage to the wild surroundings and the transformative power of art. Untouched for 50 years, Schloss Görne had previously fallen into a state of disrepair – its imposing Neo-Baroque facade rises up between the trees while many of its cavernous rooms remain crumbling and overgrown. The ongoing partnership between the gallery and the castle has breathed new life into the building, supporting its gradual restoration into a vibrant cultural destination where the beauty of art and nature combine.
In celebration of creative solidarity, the artists participating this year have each been asked to make new work in response to a song or a piece of music that has a special significance to them. Some of these pieces will be played during the opening weekend in which the castle will become a site of experimentation and discovery.
Opening weekend: Saturday 8 July 2023, 3 – 11 pm with concert, BBQ and performances. Sunday 9 July 2023, from 12 to 6 pm
Exhibition dates: Saturday, 8 July to Sunday, 13 August 2023
Opening hours: Every weekend from 12 – 6 pm
Place: Schloss Görne, Lindenstraße 48, 14728 Kleßen-Görne
Image caption: Schloss Görne, courtesy Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery Berlin
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