Month: December 2018

December 21, 2018 Arthur Buerms
Yasmin PessigoistenVisual artistPessigoisten is the alter ego of a Swedish-born artist currently based in Berlin. The disoriented feeling that the viewer gets when perceiving her painting, series of individual paintings in which every part can both be seen as an individual painting or as part of the whole, is guided by the ambivalent relationship Pessigoisten...
December 21, 2018 Arthur Buerms
Margherita IanelliVisual artistMargherita, an autodidactic artist from Rome, draws artistic inspiration from her studies, psychology. Her paintings, an ethnographic hymn unmasking the imperceptible modes of human nature, fully express the struggle and fascination with experiencing reality. The artist focuses on concepts that are universally applicable to human existence including death, freedom and the meaning of...
December 21, 2018 Arthur Buerms
Amie NeriVisual artistItalian painter, Amie Nerie, extrapolates useful ideas from philosophy and psychology and processes them into modalities of her subconscious free spirit to represent absent and abstract things as present. Nerie starts from a recurring formal methodology and guides the spectator into her multilayered world of painted existential parables.websiteportfolio
December 21, 2018 Arthur Buerms
Jordan MayhewVisual artistJordan is a drawer and painter from the UK and will be exhibited in Germany for the first time. His unusual CC (comic/cartoon) style is both aesthetically and conceptually food for self-reflexive thought on his place/role in society. Formally, the spatially juxtaposed pictorial narrative include crisp, quantized ‘cel’ shading, minimalist, high-contrast visual cues...
December 21, 2018 Arthur Buerms
Camilo ToroVisual artistCamilo Toro, a Colombian visual artist, is, since 2012, spreading his neo-figurative art with cubist and expressionistic traits all over Germany. Camilo expresses his beliefs through his artworks and shares the following features: a (South-American) expressiveness of color, slightly disfigured subjects with sexual, innocent an threatening connotations, significant surface texture.websiteportfolio
December 21, 2018 Arthur Buerms
Gregory RobinVisual artistRobin, born in Chicago, works in his Berlin studio on paintings with a lyrical and evocative character that originate through cross-cultural discourse. His abstract expressionistic art, highlighting a romanticized form of self-conscious (action) painting, are objects of reflection and meditation influenced by East-Asian philosophy and metaphysical concepts.websiteportfolio
December 21, 2018 Arthur Buerms
Yiannis PappasPerformance/visual artistFor several years has the celebrated Greek artist, Yiannis Pappis, been working on an acclaimed and multifaceted artistic oeuvre. His investigative opus is distinguished by a critical digestion, from an anthropological and phenomenological perspective, with the relation between space and the human body.websiteportfolio
December 20, 2018 Arthur Buerms
Remember the moment when you closed your eyes late at night and sunk into thoughts that ended in nothing? In that darkness you tried, in order to get some grip on the questions that are haunting you at a fast pace, to link (y)our existence to an ontological origin. What was there in the beginning?...