Secret Chapter - Exhibition Opening Collages by Niina Lehtonen Braun A Short Film by Eemil Karila, Mika Mario Minetti & Jarkko Räsänen Curated by Mika Mario Minetti The exhibition by Niina Lehtonen Braun featured collages created for Mika Mario Minetti’s Berlin memoir “It Happened in Berlin: Art, Love & Fashion”.
New Materialism Artworks by: Elsa Salonen, Eemil Karila, Jarkko Räsänen Curated by Konstantin Kopietz Materialism refers to the fact that everything is ultimately physical. Philosophical physicalism is evolved from materialism with discoveries of physical sciences to incorporate more sophisticated notions on physicality. Not only ordinary matters, but also matters such as space time, physical energies and forces, dark matter, and so on.
Une semaine de bonté – Eine Woche der Güte Collages on paper by Natalie Huth, Ronald Lippok, Jutta Scheiner and Majla Zeneli Following the closure of its hall on the Greifswalder Straße, the Staatsgalerie Prenzlauer Berg presented its second special exhibition and "a week of kindness".
Digital Hallucinations Work by Juliane Pieper and Adrian Pocobelli “Digital Hallucinations”- a continuation of shows curated by Leo Kuelbs that explore the results of this ongoing merger of these two distinct modes on human subconsciousness. Previous shows, “Codex Dynamic,” “The Decelerator,” and others have presented reactions to the ongoing fallout of this real-time evolution. “Digital Hallucinations” pushes matters into a more graphic direction with works both pleasing and intrusive, comforting and familiar to the edge of weirdness.
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A Polaroid for a Refugee A Polaroid for a Refugee (APfaR) depicts points of transition in the lives of individual refugees. The images, captured on polaroids, reflect the inner strength and dignity maintained by refugees during their long and harrowing journeys. Each image has a partner that was given to the subject as a momento.
Stranger In Polaroid “Stranger In Polaroid” is a photography show with exclusive & never seen before images by Otto Grokenberger taken during the production of a landmark of independent cinema—the movie ”Stranger Than Paradise“ by Jim Jarmusch.
Die Ergriffenen Artist: Christian Becking
“FoLD: Fear of Life+Death” Installation and Paintings by GODsDOGs Colors, branches and objects grow exuberantly across the walls of the space - worlds within worlds. This mass of images, associations, materials and details communicate overflowing life.
RICHARD JOCHUM 80% Know 20% Am Presented by LeoKuelbsCollection Artist: Richard Jochum 80% Know 20% Am- an exhibition at Fata Morgana Galerie, presented by LeoKuelbsCollection. Among other works, New York-based media artist, Richard Jochum, featured an interactive version of his crowd-sourced Crossword Project and Catch, a dual channel video installation with two people playing “catch.”
Torstraßen Festival Opening: Mattresses Of Berlin exhibition & Felix-Florian Tödtloff The exhibition" Mattresses Of Berlin " was part of World Mattress Day. The Fata Morgana Galerie showed 20+ photographs of abandoned mattresses from Berlin and beyond.
MITTE MEDIA Festival Mitte Media Festival is a two-day, multi-venue celebration of video, film, publication and performance works through a spectrum of media.
The Devandalizer NYC/B Artist: Egon Zippel The "Devandalizing" series involves recycling “communication” from appropriated stickers, graffiti tags on visitor ID labels and similar items, and other fragments of urban signatures found on the streets of various cities around the world. These artifacts of urban life are then regrouped onto canvases in chaotic, random, or well-defined (geometric) compositions, which emanate contemporary culture.
The Young Europeans And Others Artist: Edgar Zippel The project THE YOUNG EUROPEANS is part of the conceptual and photographic work of Edgar Zippel, based in Berlin. The pictures you see here are only a part of the whole existing body of work"I´m not afraid of anything", portraits of young Europeans. 100 Portaits of young Europeans were exhibited in the Museum Europäischer Kulturen, Berlin,Dahlem, Staatliche Museen Berlin from August 2013 untill May 2014.
Dataismus 100 ! daDa 100 ! Artist: Rainer Görß Data hier data da, data ne da, doch da Data da
Into the the new new - Fata Morgana Debut Show Artists: Devon Elise Atkins, Dolly Demoratti, Drew Simpson, Glowing Bulbs, DNA Gallery, Leo Kuelbs, Sandra Ratovic, Roger Valentin Mandt, Roland Moreau, Sleek Art, Konstantin Kopietz.
Strange Victory, Strange Defea Artist: Drew Simpson In celebration of 10 years since Simpson's first commercial solo art exhibition in Sept 2005, Sleek Art presents 'Strange Victory, Strange Defeat'.
AMNESIA! Artists: Daniela Imhoff, Sandra Ratkovic, Dolly Demoratti, Drew Simpson, Devon Elise & Glowing Bulbs, Anatoly Rudakov. The concept behind “Amnesia!” rests within the concept for the space, which further exists in East Berlin, an area constantly encountering its own identity issues.
Signs of Life Artists: Freya Copeland, Jessica McCann, Mariana Jocic and Devon Elise Atkins. The week-long exhibition, opening November 3rd, will explore memory, desire and contingency in the everyday. Scenes that evoke a dreamy nostalgia form an archive of the unremarkable and give weight to the quiet passing of moments. Signs that remind us of our own desires, disappointments and fascinations.