Open studios at the Atelierhaus Mengerzeile - Saturday 24th September

OFFENE ATELIERS + KUNSTSTAATSBESUCH

Kunststaatsbesuch

Mengerzeile und Palisadenstrasse - Zwei Atelierhäuser, zwei Künstlergemeinschaften, beide Teil des losen „Staatenbundes“ der Kunst in Berlin. Die Palisadenstrasse tritt einen offiziellen Besuch in der Mengerzeile an.
Ausschnitte aus dem Protokoll:
Empfang mit militärischen Ehren, Übergabe von Geschenken, bilaterale Gespräche, Abschlussfoto.

http://www.kunsthalle-m3.de/m3/offene-ateliers-kunststaatsbesuch

 

Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/882001341930335/

Frieze - Group exhibition at Kunsthalle m3

Kunsthalle m3
Mengerzeile 1-3, 12435 Berlin www.kunsthalle-m3.de
Saturday, 18 June, 2016 to Sunday, 3 July, 2016

PAUL BARNETT   NICOLE HEINZEL   IVAN LACAZE   MICHELLE LLOYD
KARLA MARCHESI   ENDA O’DONOGHUE   CAMERON RUDD   ALEX TENNIGKEIT

 

"Frieze" in architecture refers to a long band of carved, modelled or painted decoration, usually adorning buildings just under the roof or ceiling. This form of architectural ornamentation had its origins in Antiquity and was particularly widespread in Ancient Greece, Egypt and Rome.

The frieze is the chosen format for the fourth annual exhibition of the Berlin-based artists' group, InFormat. The members of this international collective are Paul Barnett (NZ), Nicole Heinzel (UK/GER), Michelle Lloyd (IRL), Ivan Lacaze (FRA), Karla Marchesi (AUS), Enda O'Donoghue (IRL), Cameron Rudd (UK) and Alex Tennigkeit (GER).

Contrary to narrative friezes in art history such as the Athenian life scenes in the Parthenon Frieze or Gustav Klimt's homage to the composer in his Beethoven Frieze, InFormat did not set themselves a designated "theme". A common height of 80cm and each individual's interpretation of "frieze", were the project's only stipulations. This optical common denominator and the hanging itself will determine the dialogue between the artists' panels and the space of the hall - an on-site story unfurls.

FRIEZE - Group Exhibition at the Kunsthalle m3, Berlin


FRIEZE

PAUL BARNETT   NICOLE HEINZEL   IVAN LACAZE   MICHELLE LLOYD
KARLA MARCHESI   ENDA O’DONOGHUE   CAMERON RUDD   ALEX TENNIGKEIT

18.6 - 3.7.2016
Exhibition opens: Friday 17th June 2016 from 7pm

Kunsthalle m3
Mengerzeile 1-3,
12435 Berlin

www.kunsthalle-m3.de

"Frieze" in architecture refers to a long band of carved, modelled or painted decoration, usually adorning buildings just under the roof or ceiling. This form of architectural ornamentation had its origins in Antiquity and was particularly widespread in Ancient Greece, Egypt and Rome.

The frieze is the chosen format for the fourth annual exhibition of the Berlin-based artists' group, InFormat. The members of this international collective are Paul Barnett (NZ), Nicole Heinzel (UK/GER), Michelle Lloyd (IRL), Ivan Lacaze (FRA), Karla Marchesi (AUS), Enda O'Donoghue (IRL), Cameron Rudd (UK) and Alex Tennigkeit (GER).

Contrary to narrative friezes in art history such as the Athenian life scenes in the Parthenon Frieze or Gustav Klimt's homage to the composer in his Beethoven Frieze, InFormat did not set themselves a designated "theme". A common height of 80cm and each individual's interpretation of "frieze", were the project's only stipulations. This optical common denominator and the hanging itself will determine the dialogue between the artists' panels and the space of the hall - an on-site story unfurls.

https://www.facebook.com/events/650675375080097/

ALPTRAUM 14

RAE space for contemporary art shows ALPTRAUM (14th location, April 30th, 9 p.m., during Berlin Gallery Weekend.

RAE (HQ), space for contemporary art, Berlin
Gustav-Adolf-Straße 145 / next to Hamburger Platz 13086 Berlin
Tram M12 / Bus 156
info@realartestate.de,
http://www.realartestate.de/


ARTIST LIST, ALPTRAUM, Berlin, 14th location
Pio Abad (Philippines) | Sanell Aggenbach (South Africa) | Minor Alexander (Russia) | Sonja Alhäuser (Germany) | Li Alin (Canada) | Pablo Alonso (Spain) | Deniz Alt (Germany) | Axel Anklam (Germany) | Nina Ansari (Iran) | Laura Baginski (Germany) | Alexandra Baumgartner (Austria) | Matthias Beckmann (Germany) | Boris Beja (Slovenia) | Viktor Bernik (Slovenia) | Zander Blom (South Africa) | Armin Boehm (Germany) | Sascha Boldt (Germany) | Jan-Henri Booyens (South Africa) | Wim Botha (South Africa) | Julia Buntaine (Canada) | Lutz Braun (Germany) | Laura Bruce (U.S.A.) | Stuart Cairns (United Kingdom) | Mimmo Catania (Italy) | Il-Jin Atem Choi (Germany) | Nenad Cizl (Slovenia) | Ben Cottrell (United Kingdom) | Eric Decastro (France) | Kedar Dk (India) | Mandakini Devi (India) | Jos Diegel (Germany) | Ulrich Diezmann (Germany) | Thomas Draschan (Austria) | Sven Drühl (Germany) | Peter Duka (Germany) | Nils Daniel Ebert (Germany) | C. van Eeden (South Africa) | Dominik Eggermann (Switzerland) | Patricia Eustaquio (Philippines) | Mina Fina (Slovenia) | Bettina Forget (Canada) | Heiner Franzen (Germany) | Jonathan Garnham (South Africa) | Andrew Gilbert (United Kingdom) | Samuel Grajfoner (Slovenia) | Georgina Gratrix (South Africa) | Liza Grobler (South Africa) | Ian Grose (South Africa) | Jayant Gupta (India) | Margarete Hahner (Germany) | Hannah Hallermann (Germany) | Florian Heinke (Germany) | Trasi Henen (South Africa) | Lori Hersberger (Switzerland) | Gregor Hildebrandt (Germany) | Stefan Hirsig (Germany) | Jim Holyoak (Canada) | Robert Horvath (U.S.A.) | Johannes Hueppi (Germany) | Thaddaeus Hueppi (Germany) | Ichiro Irie (U.S.A.) | Adam Jankowski (Austria) | Birgit Jensen (Germany) | Megha Joshi (India) | Susanne Jung (Germany) | Lisa Junghanss (Germany) | Katharina Kakar (India) | Katrin Kampmann (Germany) | Isabel Kerkermeier (Germany) | Gabriele Konsor (Germany) | Clemens Krauss (Austria) | Edgar Leciejewski (Germany) | Xenia Lesniewski (Germany) | Joep van Liefland (The Netherlands) | Simone van de Loo (Germany) | Catherine Lorent (Luxembourg) | Christoph von Löw (Germany) | René Luckhardt (Germany) | Lilly Lulay (Germany) | Polona Maher (Slovenia) | Jörg Mandernach (Germany) | Sandra Mann (Germany) | Stefan Mannel (Germany) | Cécile Martin (Canada) | Nomthunzi Mashalaba (South Africa) | Sandra Meisel (Germany) | Kalidas Mhamal (India) | Rebecca Michaelis (Germany) | Ekaterina Mitichkina (Belarus) | Midhun Mohan (India) | Mohau Modisakeng (South Africa) | Virginie Mossé (France) | Jan Muche (Germany) | Iris Musolf (Germany) | Elena Muti (Italy) | Viraj Naik (India) | Robyn Nesbitt (South Africa) | Wolfgang Neumann (Germany) | Rainer Neumeier (Germany) | Nik Nowak (Germany) | Mario Nubauer (Austria) | Enda O`Donoghue (Ireland) | Beatrix Opolka (Germany) | Alex Ortiz (Canada) | Jürgen Ostarhild (German) | Manfred Peckl (Austria) | Christian Pilz (Germany) | Mark Požlep (Slovenia) | Arjan Pregl (Slovenia) | Max Presneill (U.S.A.) | Richard Priestley (United Kingdom) | Eva Räder (Germany) | Tanja Rochelmeyer (Germany) | Anke Röhrscheid (Germany) | Römer + Römer (Germany Russia) | Jenny Rosemeyer (Germany) | Dennis Rudolph (Germany) | Ruth Sacks (South Africa) | Jaco van Schalkwyk (South Africa) | Maik Schierloh (Germany) | Andreas Schlaegel (Germany) | Sebastiaan Schlicher (The Netherlands) | Bettina Scholz (Germany) | Ann Schomburg (Germany) | Bettina Sellmann (Germany) | Marcus Sendlinger (Germany) | Natalija Šeruga (Slovenia) | Claudia Shneider (South Africa) | Heidi Sill (Germany) | Diana Sirianni (Italy) | Alexander Skorobogatov (Russia) | Katarina Sočan (Slovenia) | Miha Štrukelj (Slovenia) | Linda Stupart (South Africa) | Gayatri Subramanian (India) | Simona Šuc (Slovenia) | Nina Šulin (Slovenia) | Ernie Luley Superstar (Germany) | Alex Tennigkeit (Germany) | Amalia Theodorakopoulos (Greece) | Peter Thol (Germany) | Žiga Tomori (Slovenia) | Klaus-Martin Treder (Germany) | Luka Uršič (Slovenia) | Tamzyn Varney (South Africa) | Urša Vidic (Slovenia) | Rachel von Morgenstern (Germany) | Sašo Vrabič (Slovenia) | Maik Wolf (Germany) | Renate Wolff (Germany) | Ronald Wullems (The Netherlands) | Michael Wutz (Germany) | Ed Young (South Africa) | Phillip Zaiser (Germany) | Frank Michael Zeidler (Germany) | Thomas Zipp.

"Faraway Longings" exhibition at the Embassy of Ireland in Berlin

Faraway Longings

An exhibition of Irish artists living and working in Berlin featuring works by:


Maurice Doherty
Adam Fearon

Jane Hughes
Enda O’Donoghue
Ciarán Walsh

Curated by Sheena Malone


Vernissage:
6.30-8.30pm, Thursday, 4 February 2016
Please RSVP for the vernissage by sending an email to
RSVP.#BERLINEM@dfa.ie before 1 February


Embassy of Ireland, Jägerstrasse 51, Berlin 10117.
5 February- 31 March 2016
Monday-Friday 9.30-12.30 or by appointment


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While conceptions of Irish diaspora for many years have been intertwined with ideas of forced emigration, in recent times emigration does not necessarily have to be associated with the immense sadness of separation and final farewells which led to the creation of rituals such as The American Wake.

‘Faraway Longings’ looks at the positive impacts of the Irish artistic diaspora in Germany and by its very nature in gathering a selection of Berlin-based practitioners will touch on the themes of emigration, travel, cultural dispersal and cross-pollination.

The initial exhibition concept draws upon two terms used in the German language: Wanderlust which specifically describes a state of being where one has a strong desire or is impelled to wander and rove, and similarly Fernweh, the longing for travel far from home where grass may seem greener. These journeys can be physical, spiritual or metaphorical as can be the concept of distance. In part, the exhibition investigates dichotomies and attempts at reconciliation in cultures where travelers may find themselves, perhaps in an intermediate state, existing wholly in neither place, but on certain levels operating consciously in both. 

While the participating artists in this exhibition are bound together by their geographic location, a broad spectrum of media highlights the diversity of their practices. The selection of works incorporates painting, photography, film and sculpture, which deal with themes relating to personal and collective memories, methods of representation and complex concepts of alienation in a globalized and post-colonial world.
 

Sightings - solo exhibition at the Pantocrator Gallery, Shanghai - opening 24th Oct

Opens 24th October 7pm till 9pm
Exhibition runs from 24th October until 7th November
 
This exhibition is the first solo show in China by Berlin based Irish artist Enda O'Donoghue. He will be presenting a series of new paintings created specifically for this exhibition based on found photographs of UFO sightings ​in 1973 ​from ​various places ​around the world. According to many sources 1973 was a bumper year for UFO sightings, it has been called “The Great UFO Wave”. Hundreds of sightings were reported throughout the United States and in many other countries across the globe. Some of these reports included tales of abductions, some with elaborate descriptions of humanoid like beings and some included photographs purporting to show the alien crafts or “flying saucers”. In O'Donoghue's paintings all traces of these mysterious crafts have been removed.
 
Born in 1973 in Limerick, Ireland, O’Donoghue has been living and working in Berlin since 2002. His work has previously been shown in China in a number of group exhibitions, such as at the Irish pavilion for the Expo in Shanghai in 2010. He has taken part in numerous international group exhibitions, including shows at CHB, Berlin (2014), Meter Room, Coventry (2012), The Moscow Museum of Modern Art (2011), Universal Cube, Leipzig (2008), Four Gallery, Dublin (2006), The Institute for Contemporary Art, Copenhagen (2006) and a number of solo shows in Berlin, Ireland and in 2009 a solo exhibition in New York. In 2012 his work was presented in a major solo exhibition at the Limerick City Gallery of Art, Ireland and in 2014 he was awarded a residency at the Golden Foundation for the Arts in New York state. He has also curated a number of group exhibitions, most recently an exhibition presenting a selection of Berlin based Irish artists at Grimmmuseum in Berlin which toured to the Galway Arts Centre, Ireland in 2013.
 
 
 
 
This exhibition is supported by Culture Ireland


Pantocrator Gallery
Shanghai. China

M50. Moghanshan Rd. Building 4B 105. 200060
中国上海市M50, 莫干山路4B栋楼105室 200060
 

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目击 SIGHTINGS
恩达奥 ∙ 多诺休 上海个展
Pantocrator画廊 ∙ 上海M50创意园
开幕仪式:10月24日 7-9PM
展览开放:10月24日-11月7日

本次展览是来自柏林的爱尔兰艺术家恩达 ∙ 奥多诺休在中国首次个展。他将展示一系列专门为本次展览创作的画作。这些画作以1973年世界各地的UFO目击事件照片为灵感来源。1973年是UFO目击事件的爆发年,这一时期也被称为“UFO大浪潮”。数以百计的目击报告涌现于美国各地和许多其他国家。有些报告包含绑架经历,有的详细描述了类人形生物,而一些图像报告意在呈现外星产物或“飞碟”。在奥多诺休的作品中,这些神秘元素已被剔除。

1973年生于爱尔兰利默里克市,奥多诺休自2002年以来一直工作并生活在柏林。在中国,奥多诺休的画作曾在多个群展被展出,包括在2010年举办的上海世博会的爱尔兰展馆。奥多诺休也曾参加过许多国际联展,包括柏林CHB(2014),考文垂 ”电表房”(2012),莫斯科博物馆现代艺术展(2011),莱比锡“万能魔方”(2008),都柏林“四廊”(2006),哥本哈根当代艺术研究所(2006),以及若干个在柏林,爱尔兰的展览和2009年在纽约的个展。 2012年,爱尔兰的利默里克市美术馆举行了大型奥多诺休个人作品展;2014年,他被邀请参加了金艺术基金会在纽约州的艺术家体验创作项目。奥多诺休近期策划并参与了许多群展。最近一次展览在2013年,包含了多位在柏林的爱尔兰艺术家的作品,由柏林格林兄弟博物馆首发,巡回展览最后到达爱尔兰高威艺术中心。

Panorama at Kunsthalle m3, Berlin - Opening october 9th 2015

PAUL BARNETT        IVAN LACAZE        NICOLE HEINZEL       CAMERON RUDD        

MICHELLE LLOYD      KARLA MARCHESI        ALEX TENNIGKEIT     ENDA O’DONOGHUE

 

Opening Friday 9th October 2015 at 7pm

Exhibition runs from Friday 9th - Sunday,18th October 2014

 

 

PANORAMA

In the present day, with huge crystal clear high definition widescreen televisions and mobile phone apps which can stitch photos together to create seamless 360 degrees views, the power of the panorama has been somewhat diluted. However not so long ago it was difficult not to conjure up ideas of cinema, or what could be described as the cinematic view, when confronted by panoramic images. One of the chief reasons that cinema adopted the widescreen formats, such as the classic CinemaScope format, was to compete with the rising popularity of television in the 1950’s and these new formats became quickly favoured for epic movies often of a religious or historic flavour.

In previous centuries painting adopted the panoramic format and similarly used it to depict major historical events and heroic battle scenes. In fact the word “panorama” has its origins in painting, it was coined in the late 18th Century by the Anglo-Irish painter Robert Barker to describe his own 360 degree cityscape paintings of Edinburgh and London which were presented on a cylindrical surface. These proved to be hugely popular with the public and soon a trend in panoramic painting spread across Europe. The poet William Wordsworth famously took an extreme dislike to the format, describing it as a charade which inhibited people’s ability to imagine things for themselves. Despite this the panoramic format continued to proliferate and with the invention of photography the format was quickly adopted by assembling multiple images to create single wide views. This eventually evolved into the moving panorama which was a precursor to the motion picture and cinema itself.

This exhibition presents individual works by eight different painters which are all in the same scaled panoramic format, a 2:1 format but each tackling very different ideas, themes and images. This is the third exhibition in an ongoing series once again bringing together the work of these eight international Berlin-based artists. Like the two previous exhibitions, 6 Squared (2013) and Triptych (2014), each artist has created one new work specifically for this show which responds to the constraints and challenges but also the insights and discoveries from working within a particular pre-defined format.


Opening times: Saturday & Sunday 2pm to 5pm

and by appointment: +49 172 746 7225


 

Kunsthalle m3, Mengerzeile 1-3 12435 Berlin

email: info@atelierhaus-mengerzeile.de | www.kunsthalle-m3.de

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