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  • ABSTRACT CONFUSION (Fotos: Julia Berlin & Jan Nebgen)
  • ABSTRACT CONFUSION (Fotos: Julia Berlin & Jan Nebgen)
  • ABSTRACT CONFUSION (Fotos: Julia Berlin & Jan Nebgen)
  • ABSTRACT CONFUSION (Fotos: Julia Berlin & Jan Nebgen)
  • ABSTRACT CONFUSION (Fotos: Julia Berlin & Jan Nebgen)
  • ABSTRACT CONFUSION (Fotos: Julia Berlin & Jan Nebgen)
  • ABSTRACT CONFUSION (Fotos: Julia Berlin & Jan Nebgen)
  • ABSTRACT CONFUSION (Fotos: Julia Berlin & Jan Nebgen)
  • ABSTRACT CONFUSION (Fotos: Julia Berlin & Jan Nebgen)
  • ABSTRACT CONFUSION (Fotos: Julia Berlin & Jan Nebgen)
  • ABSTRACT CONFUSION (Fotos: Julia Berlin & Jan Nebgen)
  • ABSTRACT CONFUSION (Fotos: Julia Berlin & Jan Nebgen)
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Abstract Confusion



The exhibition "abstract confusion" gathers 22 current outstanding artistic positions from the last ten years where one can see a clear development of new abstraction. This exhibition will present stars from the scene for example, Frank Nitsche and Thomas Scheibitz and newcomers such as, Wolfgang Flad and Shannon Finnley.

The current theme "abstraction" is elevated and the exhibition will provide one an overview of our contemporary abstract tendencies throughout all media. The theme will unfold itself through painting, photography, sculpture, installations and videos out of the abstract context. What is the specific "new" in new abstraction? What does it mean when artists turn to abstraction? Is it turning away from reality or is there an underlying aesthetic utopian counter development?

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Opening hours:
Do 11.00 – 18.00 Uhr
Sa 14.00 – 19.00 Uhr
So 11.00 – 18.00 Uhr

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Admission prices:

5,00 € Adults
4,00 € Seniors
2,50 € Students
2,50 € Children over the age of six years
Children under the age of six years for free

25,00 € Groups of 10-20 Persons + admission prices



Participating Artists:


Axel Anklam – Skulptur
André Butzer – Malerei
Sean Dawson – Malerei
Shannon Finley – Malerei
Wolfgang Flad – Skulptur
Torben Giehler – Malerei
Terry Haggerty – Malerei
Isabel Kerkermeier – Installation
Martin Kobe – Malerei
Peter K. Koch – Installation
Karsten Konrad – Skulptur
Gerhard Mantz – Video
Wilhelm Mundt – Skulptur
Frank Nitsche – Malerei
Bernd Ribbeck – Malerei
Tanja Rochelmeyer – Malerei
Thomas Scheibitz – Malerei und Skulptur
Robert Seidel – Video
Klaus-Martin Treder
Madeleine Boschan, Installation

Curator:
Christian Malycha, Berlin

 

AUSSTELLUNGSKATALOG // ABSTRACT CONFUSION

ABSTRACT CONFUSION

Exhibition catalogue
Hardcover
layout by Dorothee Heine
Published by Kerber Verlag
2011
ISBN 978-3-86678-555-7

limitierte Auflage // 20 € inkl. MwSt.
Versandkosten: 3,90 €

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