post-title Travelling Light | Galerie Albrecht | 28.01.-05.03.2016

Travelling Light | Galerie Albrecht | 28.01.-05.03.2016

Travelling Light | Galerie Albrecht | 28.01.-05.03.2016

Travelling Light | Galerie Albrecht | 28.01.-05.03.2016

until 05.03. | #0360ARTatBerlin | From January 28, 2016 Gallery Albrecht shows the group exhibition “Travelling Light” by Gunilla Jähnichen, Harald Kröner and Norio Takasugi.

Harald Kröner, born in 1962, studied at Kunstakademie Stuttgart, then he had studio scholarships in Basel and Paris, and he now lives and works in Pforzheim. His works are in private collections, in public spaces, in the Staatliche Kunsthalle Karlsruhe, the Ministry for Science and Art in Stuttgart and other public collections.
Gunilla Jähnichen (born in 1972 Stade) studied art at the Hochschule für Bildende Künste in Hamburg from 1995 to 2001; in 2011 she moved to Berlin, where she now lives and works. Her works are in numerous collections, including those of Julia Stoschek & SØR Rusche
Norio Takasugi, born in 1973 in Japan, studied industrial design and sculpture at the Musashino Art University in Tokyo. Since 2004, he has been working and living in Berlin. In 2012, his works were exhibited in “Labor Berlin 12” at Berlin’s Haus der Kulturen der Welt. His work is in
private collections in Germany, a.o. The Sander-Collection, Switzerland, Japan and China

Vernissage: Wednesday, January 27, 2016, 7 p.m. (Jazz Saxophonist Felix Wahnschaffe improvises on the exhibited works)

Exhibition period: Thursday, January 28 to Saturday, March 05, 2016

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Image caption: Norio Takasugi, K-6 with PZC-6, Polyurethane, IKEA-catalogue, 15 × 23 × 12 cm

Travelling Light Exhibition – Galerie Albrecht – Kunst in Berlin ART at Berlin

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