Group Exhibition curated by Larissa Kikol
The square root of “magic” plus “love” multiplied by “art squared” is an amusing equation that allows one to contemplate artworks that conjure the unknown. Traditionally magic was, in essence, a transformation — taking something less valuable and making it remarkable. The works in this group exhibition are infused with a cathartic spirit and vision of the universe that is expansive, always in motion and open to mystery.
Arndt Art Agency (A3) is pleased to present the exhibition NO IMAGE that includes a curated selection of works sourced from private collections and artist studios. This group show unites key high-profile emerging and established contemporary artists from Asia and around the world who formally work with abstraction in their practice. Thus, the exhibition focuses on current global trends of abstraction in contemporary artistic creation.
Peres Projects is pleased to present Natural Selections, a solo exhibition of new paintings by American artist Dan Attoe. With this new body of works, on view for the first time, we see the artist’s practice evolve as Attoe embraces a more rebellious and impressionistic painting style – a departure from his previous works which focused on a stricter sense of precision.
Braco Dimitrijević arrived in Berlin as one of the DAAD guests in 1976 along with On Kawara, Malcolm Morley, Dan Graham, Yvonne Rainer, among others. Coming to grips with Berlin, which at that time was surrounded by a wall and packed with War World II memories, was hard for a young man who grew up in post war Yugoslavia. But after an initial period of getting accustomed to the city, a process in which René Block Galerie played an important role, Berlin proved to be a great inspiration for the artist during an extremely prolific period in his career.
DEATH IMITATES LANGUAGE
Neumeister Bar-Am is pleased to announce Harm van den Dorpel’s second solo exhibition with the gallery. This is the Berlin debut of his ongoing project ‘Death Imitates Language’, in which the artist closely collaborates with a self designed artificial intelligence.
WORKS, NOTES, AND PHOTOGRAPHS FROM THE ARCHIVE OF URSULA BLOCK
George Brecht, John Cage, Henning Christiansen, Die Tödliche Doris, Arnold Dreyblatt, Maria Eichhorn, Terry Fox, Romuald Hazoumé, Rolf Julius, Milan Knížák, Christina Kubisch, Hans Peter Kuhn, Christian Marclay, Wolfgang Müller, Nam June Paik, Akio Suzuki, Miki Yui