archive-title Category Archives: Laura Mars

Archive of all exhibitions on ART@Berlin for

Category Archives: Laura Mars

Archive of all exhibitions on ART@Berlin for

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here you can find our exhibitions in chronological order. Some of them might not be available to visit anymore. For the sake of completeness they are also published here, to give you as an art lover an overview of exhibitions, that have taken place in Berlin. Enjoy!

Gosbert Adler + Thomas Hauser | AMALGAMATE | Laura Mars Gallery | 11.07.-25.08.2018

until 25.08. | #2087ARTatBerlin | Laura Mars Gallery shows from 11th July 2018 the exhibition AMALGAMATE with photographs by Gosbert Adler and Thomas Hauser. The exhibition Amalgamate presents photographs by Gosbert Adler and Thomas Hauser. They fuse into a contemporary survey of the topics of image of man and portrait. In the series Girls Seen (2013-2016) […]

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Tina Born | EROL | Laura Mars Gallery | 02.06.-30.06.2018

until 30.06. | #2067ARTatBerlin | Laura Mars Gallery currently shows the exhibition “EROL” by the artist Tina Born. EROL, the third solo exhibition by Tina Born in the Laura Mars Gallery, is a space-related installation that runs through the gallery space. Based on so-called stick maps, three-dimensional constructions, which were formerly used on the islands […]

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Spring Spring Spring | Laura Mars Gallery | 10.02.-17.03.2018

until 17.03. | #1856ARTatBerlin | Laura Mars Gallery shows from 10th February 2018 the group exhibition “Spring Spring Spring”. Participating artist: Guy Allott Fritz Bornstück Vitek Marcinkiewicz Katrin Plavcak Martin Städeli Marcus Weber Amelie von Wulffen Vernissage: Friday, 9th February 2018, 19:00 Uhr Exhibition period: Saturday, 10th February to Saturday, 17th March 2018   Image caption: […]

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Maarten Janssen + Alekos Hofstetter | Laura Mars Gallery | 09.-22.12.2017

until 22.12. | #1758ARTatBerlin | Laura Mars Gallery and Fantôme Verlag present from  9th December 2017 the exhibition 50 Cent by the artist Maarten Janssen and the exhibition Tannhauser Tor II by the artist Alekos Hofstetter. The gallery just provided a German exhibition description by now. For details please change to the german version of […]

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ERZGEBIRGISCHE IMPRESSIONEN | Laura Mars Gallery | 14.10.-02.12.2017

until 02.12. | #1732ARTatBerlin | Laura Mars Gallery shows since 14th October 2017 the group exhibtion ERZGEBIRGISCHE IMPRESSIONEN. Participating artists: Kane Do / Wilhelm Klotzek / Ulrike Mohr / Konrad Mühe / Sammlung Pernice / Ivan Seal / Johanna Tinzl / Ina Weber / Peter Woelck The gallery just provided a German exhibition description by […]

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Andreas Seltzer | Die Sonne von Mexiko | Laura Mars Gallery | 09.09.-07.10.2017

until 07.10. | #1588ARTatBerlin | Laura Mars Gallery shows this from 9th September 2017 the exhibition “Die Sonne von Mexiko” by the artist Andreas Seltzer. Die Sonne von Mexiko (The Mexico Sun) The title of this series of drawings derives from the name of an inn once situated along Andreas Selzer’s route to school at Frankfurt am […]

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Lisa Endriss | SHOWTIME | Laura Mars Gallery | 22.04.-27.05.2017

until 22.04. | #1314ARTatBerlin | Laura Mars Gallery shows from 22th April 2017 the exhibition “SHOWTIME” by the artist Lisa Endriss. Vernissage: Friday, 21th April 2017, 7 p.m. Exhibition period: Saturday, 22th April to Saturday, 27th May 2017   Image caption: via Laura Mars Gallery, Lisa Endriss Exhibitions Berlin Galleries: Lisa Endriss – SHOWTIME – Laura Mars Gallery | ART at Berlin

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Chris Dreier + Gary Farrelly | Fruit Solutions | Laura Mars Gallery | 11.02.-26.03.2017

until 26.03. | #1054ARTatBerlin | Laura Mars Gallery shows from 11th February 2017 the exhibition “Fruit Solutions” by the artists Chris Dreier and Gary Farrelly. The Office for Joint Administrative Intelligence presents „Fruit Solutions“ In 2015 Chris Dreier and Gary Farrelly founded an internationally operating organisation, “The Office for Joint Administrative Intelligence”, OJAI for short. There each of both founding members has accepted an office: Chris  Dreier has the seat of the „Director for Financial Research and Systemic Risk“ and operates from Berlin,  whereas Gary Farrelly holds the post of the „Director for Administrative Heritage“ at the EU‐metropolis of  Brussels where he supervises the „Self Inventory Desk“.   By this very special method of self‐instutionalisation and with the aim of the bureaucratisation of human  experience both artists have jointly created a modular system in which they are allowed to incorporate all their  activities and obsessions like documents are being clipped into a filing cabinet. The main focus of the artistic  alliance, which is very serious and full of humour at the same time, is on a jointly cultivated euphoria for  modernism. Wether it be in the area of architecture, of infrastructure, in the sector of financial concerns or in  the field of information processing – progress and rationality are the core elements of their work. The office as an art installation: OJAI at Laura Mars Gallery    As there are so many links and interferences between the ideas of Chris Dreier and Gary Farrelly, it is more  than self‐evident that they aim for nothing less than a Gesamtkunstwerk. In regular intervals both artists meet  for meticulously planned summit conferences in Brussels and in Berlin. In this context they go on excursions  and they also decide on their further activities. Finally they publish the time schedules and the results of each  summit on the official homepage of the OJAI. Dexia Defunct    Last year a representative proportion of the world population was asked by OJAI about their attitudes towards  politics, finance, romanticism and towards material issues. The results of this survey are going to be presented  not only in the form of diagrams and graphs, they also constitute the basis of a sound performance that is going  to be presented by the artists. With their noise‐band named Dexia Defunct they run a musical spin‐off of the  OJAI‐project, supported by Frank Lohmeyer, a musician who is specialized in electronic sounds. He has created  an electronic database which makes it possible to relate every single answer given in the survey to a very  special sound. (concert at the opening) Gary Farrelly: Director for Administrative Heritage and Self Inventory Desk Gary Farrelly, who was born in Dublin, has already been practising the art of self‐institutionalisation for a  number of years. Power, control and the question of how to preserve your autonomy as an individual are some  of the themes he deals with in his work. He sees his own body as a kind of state, including a strictly controlled  infrastucture, for which he periodically designs a 2 Year Development Plan. Therefore Gary Farrelly’s life can be  regarded as an admistrative non‐stop performance. The documentation and the results of this kind of selfgovernment flow into his artistic work while he uses a range of different media like e.g. the collage.  The system that combines all the different elements and which sets them in motion is the so‐called „mail art”.  […]

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Gruppenausstellung | nekton II | Laura Mars Gallery | 19.11.-28.01.2017*

until 28.01. | #0909ARTatBerlin | Laura Mars Gallery shows from 19th November the group exhibition “nekton II” by the artists Jorn Ebener, Bettina Munk and Carsten Sievers. The gallery just provided a German exhibition description by now. For details please change to the german version of ART@Berlin. It is really easy: Just press the language button in […]

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