Susa Templin I Anna Rún Tryggvadottir I Sascha Weidner
In conjunction with POSITIONS ART FAIR
Venue: Tempelhof Airport Hangar 3 – 4, Berlin
Image: Still from the video work “Turning Points – Hringvellir Turning” © 2018 Anna Rún Tryggvadottir
OPENING: SEPTEMBER 11, 10 am – 10 pm
Exhibition: September 12 – November 22
“Susa Templin explores the question of how spaces and memories permeate each other. Her photographic
investigations lead to extensive installations. In the alternation of material and scale, models of paper and cardboard are
created, which are photographed and further processed from different perspectives. They are independent sculptures and at the same time provide the motifs for further photographs.
The artist deals with images of memories that reappear in new compositions in spatial abstraction. Image by image and layer by layer, often by multiple exposures, the photographically captured space is deconstructed, distorted in perspective and subjectively reassembled. Statics and perspective are suspended. Interior views become facades, exterior views become enigmatic interiors. The views distort optically and in reality in the folds of the folded picture walls.
For Susa Templin, spaces are nested storage media and she traces this universal, timeless memory of space photographically and architecturally. This creates spatially accessible, photographic spaces of dreamlike lightness and fragility.”
Luminita Sabau, 2018
AARTTIST IN RESIDENCE-PROGRAMM 2016 – 2020
OPENING: AUGUST 26, 7 pm
August 27, 2020 – November 08
Haus am Lützowplatz
The exhibition presents work of all fifteen scholarship holders who have been supported by the AArtist in Residence programme since 2016, among them Henrik Strömberg, Susa Templin and Yvon Chabrowski.
In cooperation with the Federal Foreign Office (AA) and Landesverband Berlin Galerien (lvbg)
Corona note: The event takes place in accordance with the SARS-CoV-2 containment measures ordinance of the state of Berlin valid at that time.The event takes place outside and will be cancelled in case of bad weather. Please contact the gallery for more information.
A spin-off of the exhibition will be presented at the stand of Haus am Lützowplatz at the POSITIONS ART FAIR, September 10 – 13, Flughafen Tempelhof, Hangar 3-4
Susa Templin, “BerlinWest”, 2020, Yvon Chabowski, “Swaying”, 2019, Henrik Strömberg, detail from “double negative”, 2019
Congratulations to the artistic duo Henrik Strömberg and Jens Soneryd to be one of the two winners of the BUP Book Award 2020!! The jury of BLOW UP PRESS (BUP) publishers selected their project “The Compost. A Manifesto” from the twenty projects with the greatest potential for publication.
Read more: https://blowuppress.eu/pages/bup-book-award
Left Part 2018 © Henrik Strömberg
Welcome to have a digital look on the exhibition Enlargements with the Swedish artist Dawid.
Between 2005 and 2008, the Swedish photographer/artist DAWID (Björn Dawidsson) created a series of photo-based paintings (acrylic on canvas), in which he developed his own technique using pale colours, which he partially blurred.
The focus of his painting is on the canvas surface – as well as on the surfaces of the silver gelatine prints of his analogue black and white photographs. Tinted, graininess, shiny and matt surfaces influence the experience of the subtle motifs. The Dorothée Nilsson Gallery is pleased to present these paintings together with the photographic originals for the first time in Berlin.
Inka & Niclas, “Family Portrait XII”, from the series “Family Portraits”, 2018, © Inka & Niclas
In order to give our artists the attention they deserve even during the current difficult situation, we have decided to show one work every day on our Instagram channel. We hope to welcome you back to the gallery soon – until then we would be happy if you would follow us on Instagram.
Following the newest updates and guidelines from the authorities regarding COVID-19, the gallery will remain closed until further notice. We will inform you in time about the extension of the duration of the exhibition DAWID – ENLARGEMENTS and our further plans for the time after Corona.
Until then we offer you to visit the gallery by appointment. Feel free to write us an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We hope you stay healthy or get well soon!
On 01 March the Museum Kunst der Westküste, Föhr opened the group exhibition “Sea Pieces – Facts and Fiction”, including works by four of the galleries artists: Yvon Chabrowski, Inka & Niclas and Sascha Weidner. Curated by the art historian Harald F. Theiss, the exhibition presents 23 international contributions that deal with developments in the perception and interpretation of the sea.
Due to the current health situation, the museum is closed until 19 April at the latest. We’re going to keep you updated about the date of re-opening and a possible extension of the exhibition period. Until then, we recommend a visit to the museum’s website, where the museum staff will provide a digital tour of the exhibition.
Closed – but open. MKDW-TV: https://mkdw.de/de/mkdw-tv
BODIES AND VALUS | OPENING FEBRUARY 14, 7 pm
Exhibition: February 15 – April 13 2020
The Kunsthalle Rostock is showing a solo exhibition of Yvon Chabrowski’s award-winning video sculptures “Bodies and Values”. She recently won the 7th International Marianne Brandt Prize.
BODIES AND VALUES consists of four video sculptures LEVEL, SWAYING, SCREEN and HORIZONTAL. Within these Chabrowski deals with the relationship between the body and the glass surface, the screens and monitors that surround us everywhere. The monitor surfaces, which we otherwise do not perceive, become the pictorial space of performances presented life-size on free-hanging monitors.
TOUCHING THE IMAGES, On view from 26 Jan – 08 Feb 2020
one-channel video sculpture, life-size projection onto freely hung plexiglass, HD-loop, 13 min, color, no sound, 70 cm x 40 cm, 2016 ©️ Yvon Chabrowski und VG Bild-Kunst 2019
Lichthof Ost im Hauptgebäude der Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
Unter den Linden 6
// opening hours by appointment.
REFRACTION OF LIGHTNESS
curated by Loredana Troise and Chiara Valci Mazzara
Last days and finissage on January 31st 2020 h.18.00
Fondazione Morra – Associazione Shozo Shimamoto
Palazzo Spinelli di Tarsia, Largo Tarsia 2,80135 Napoli
Susa Templins installation Landscaping can be seen at Kunsthalle Mannheim until March 15, 2020. The artist created a diorama out of photographic collages. Landscaping is an imagineted dream forest that seems to grow at the museum, a counter image to urbanity . Templins work with the medium of photography does not focus on documenting reality, it’s an expression of her own concepts, concerns and fictions.
Kunsthalle Mannheim, room “Landschaft” | Friedrichplatz 4 | 68165 Mannheim
until March 15, 2020 | Thursday to Sunday from 10am to 8pm
Martina Hoogland Ivanow documents the traces of touches and past tactile stimuli. For her series Early Reading, the artist worked with the method of thermography, a technique that allows the visualization of experiences, the human eye can’t capture. Hoogland Ivanow describes this as heat shadows. Pictures of childhood moments convey the feeling of a closeness that promises intimacy and protection. Images of demonstrations, the artist captured with a thermal camera, describe steps out of a confort zone. The act of activism appears in a tension of trust and fear. Not only is the camera of artistic importance, it’s also an instrument of monitoring.
Hoogland Ivanows video work Interbeing completes the exhibition at the Dorothée Nilsson Gallery. The subject of the black sun, the artist uses in the movie, draws parallels to the art of Minor White, a pioneer of the artistic work with thermographic techniques.
Opening: January 10, 6pm
Exhibition: January 11 – February 29, 2020
Congratulations to Yvon Chabrowski who is the winner in the category Experiment of the 7th Marianne Brandt Award! https://marianne-brandt-wettbewerb.de/en/newsdetail/winners-7th-international-marianne-brandt-award.html
Statement of the jury: In the video works by Yvon Chabrowski, performers in indeterminate spaces move behind glass panes, confronting the viewer as life-size figures, blurring all the usual categories of inside and outside in a complex, contemporary allegory of being in the glass. In doing so, she unfolds a metaphor of glass that appeals to this material as a medium of transparency, distance and control.