TRIPTYCH at Kunsthalle m3, Berlin

TRIPTYCH
 

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

4 -12 Oktober 2014

Eröffnung: Freitag den 3 Oktober 2014, 19:00 Uhr

 

 

 

später Aftershowparty im Amiga Club

 

 

 

 

Triptychon stammt von dem griechischen „triptykhos” ab, d.h. etwa drei (tri) und falten (ptykhos). Wurde das Triptychon in der Antike ursprünglich als dreiteiliges Schrifttablett verwendet, entwickelte es sich vom Mittelalter bis zum Barock zu einem der prachtvollsten Werken der Christlichen Kunst, dem Altarbild.

Diese Faszination mit dem Triptychon mag auf eine Verbindung mit der Zahl 3 zurückgehen, eine Zahl, die seit Jahrtausenden in der Zivilisation eine symbolische Rolle spielte. Die Griechen schätzten den mathematischen Charakter der Zahl 3 und deren enge Verbindung zu Pi und dem Dreieck. Auch die Triade der westlichen und östlichen Philosophie, repräsentiert den Geist, den Körper und die Seele - zu sehen in dem heidnischen Triskel oder der Dreieinigkeit des Christentums.

Von religiösen Themen nicht mehr eingeschränkt, wird das zeitgenössische Triptychon offen als dreiteiliges Komposition interpretiert, die sowohl in der Musik und Literatur als auch in der Malerei, Bildhauerei, Fotografie und Video Kunst zu finden ist. Mit  ihrer Format-basierten Ausstellung wollen acht in Berlin lebende internationale MalerInnen ihre Interpretation des Triptychons vorstellen .



Öffnungszeiten:
Sa. + So: 14 - 17:00 Uhr
und nach Vereinbarung +49 172 746 7225 


Kunsthalle m3  Mengerzeile 1-3  12435 Berlin
email: info@mengerzeile.de | www.kunsthalle-m3.de
 
 
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ENGLISH VERSION
 
TRIPTYCH
 
PAUL BARNETT
NICOLE HEINZEL
IVAN LACAZE
MICHELLE LLOYD
KARLA MARCHESI
ENDA O’DONOGHUE
CAMERON RUDD
ALEX TENNIGKEIT

4 -12 October 2014

Opening: Freitag den 3 Oktober 2014, 19:00 Uhr

later Aftershowparty Amiga Club
 

Triptych

“Triptych” stems from the Greek “triptykhos” meaning three (tri) and fold/layer (ptykhos). Used as a writing tablet of three hinged parts in Antiquity, the triptych evolved from the Middle Ages to the Baroque into one of the most splendid features of Christian art, the altarpiece.

The fascination with the triptych may be linked to the number three, itself a significant symbol in civilization for millennia. The Greeks admired its mathematical properties and close association with pi and the triangle. In Eastern and Western philosophy the triad represents the mind, body and spirit, evident in the pagan triskel or the Christian Trinity.

No longer bound to a religious narrative the contemporary triptych is openly interpreted as a tripartite compositional form, found in musical and literary works as well as in painting, sculpture, video and photography. In this format-based show, eight international Berlin-based painters present their translation of triptych.



Opening times:
Sa. + So: 14 - 17:00
and by appointment: +49 172 746 7225 


Kunsthalle m3  Mengerzeile 1-3  12435 Berlin
email: info@mengerzeile.de | www.kunsthalle-m3.de

Wochenende der Offenen Tür | Ausstellungseröffnung Double Trouble

Das Atelierhaus Mengerzeile lädt ein zum Tag des Offenen Ateliers im letzten Septemberwochenende. Da das Atelierhaus Mengerzeile vor kurzem an einen Privatinvestor verkauft wurde findet das zweitägige Fest für Kunst, Austausch und Diskussionen zum letzten Mal statt.

Am 27.9. beginnt es mit der Ausstellungseröffnung Double Trouble, in der Arbeiten von Künstlern der Mengerzeile mit deren jeweiligem Gastkünstler als "Paare" präsentiert werden, um die professionelle Vernetzung der einzelnen Künstler und den Verlust von künstlerischem Freiraum zu thematisieren. Abends wird dann zu Livemusik von Anka Gnoth im Amigaclub im Gewölbe der Mengerzeile gefeiert.

An beiden Tagen werden nachmittags die Ateliers geöffnet sein und Künstlerportraits aus der Mengerzeile von Studenten der Dekra Filmhochschule gezeigt.

WOCHENENDE DER OFFENEN TÜR 27 + 28 SEPTEMBER 2014

Sa. 27.9
14:00 Ausstellungseröffnung DOUBLE TROUBLE
15 - 20:00 OFFENE ATELIERS + Grillen & Getränke im Hof
16 - 17:30 FILMVORFÜHRUNG von der Dekra Filmhochschule - Porträts von KünstlerInnen des Atelierhauses
21:00 LIVEMUSIK: Anka Gnoth / Fanatic Grounds. Danach aftershow Party im Amiga Club

So. 28.9
ab 14:00 Kaffee, Kuchen und Prosecco im Hof
15 - 18:00 OFFENE ATELIERS im Atelierhaus Mengerzeile
16 - 17:30 FILMVORFÜHRUNG von der Dekra Filmhochschule - Porträts von KünstlerInnen des Atelierhauses

DOUBLE TROUBLE

ALEXANDER WAGNER | HALEH REDJAIAN
ALEX TENNIGKEIT | AXEL PAHLAVI
ANNETTE SCHMIDT | CHRISTIAN GROSSKOPF
CAMERON RUDD | THOMAS HENRIKSSON
ENDA O'DONOGHUE | MICHAEL LUTHER
EVA NOACK | WOLFGANG MÜLLER
EVA AM WINNERSBACH | BJØRG HOLENE
GABRIELE REGIERT | BEATE SPALTHOFF
HILDEGARD SKOWASCH | ULRIKA SEGERBERG
ILONA OTTENBREIT | A KLENZ & M SCHLEIME
JÖRG LÖBIG | THOMAS RAVENS
JULIA TSCHAIKNER | KATRIN PLAVCAK
KARIN KERKMANN | VERENA WECKWERTH
KARLA MARCHESI | ARRYN SNOWBALL
KARO AKPOKIERE | SINDISO NYONI
KARSTEN KRAUSE | E HAND & G HUTTER
kate hers RHEE | ABBÉY ODUNLAMI
MAIK SCHEERMANN | SAE BOM LEE
MARGUND SMOLKA | GUNHILD KREUZER
MARIANNE WIRRIES | LOUISE STOMPS
MATTHIAS REINMUTH | FILIP ZORZOR
MICHELLE LLOYD | ETHNA O'REGAN
NICOLE HEINZEL | IVAN LACAZE
PAUL BARNETT | MICHAELA LAAK


OFFENE ATELIERS:

407 ILONA OTTENBREIT
405 ENDA O’DONOGHUE
403 EVA NOACK
402 ALEX TENNIGKEIT
307 KARLA MARCHESI
303 NICOLE HEINZEL
302 PAUL BARNETT
201 MICHELLE LLOYD
203 CAMERON RUDD
106 THOMAS TUCHEL
102 GABRIELE REGIERT
102 HILDEGARD SKOWASCH
003 KARIN KERKMANN
001 KARSTEN KRAUSE
FUNDA ÖZGÜNAYDIN - Videoprojektion

Kunsthalle M3
Mengerzeile 1-3 
12435 Berlin
Bus 171, H Mengerzeile
Bus 167, H Lohmühlenplatz
Nachts: Bus 104 und 194, H Harzer Straße, Ecke Wildenbruchstraße
 
map:

Art Loop - exhibition & film screening - Montreal, Canada 11th September 2014

Exhibition opening the 11th of september at 5pm. 

Featuring the 12 works of art from the international and multidisciplinary creative chain and a photo and video documentary by Noémie Letu and Yasser Fadili.

12 ARTISTS ∞ 12 WORKS OF ART
MONTREAL -- Patsy Van Roost -- Urban art designer 
OUESSANT ISLAND -- Mathieu Thomas -- Weathervanes designer
ICELAND -- Hallur Karl Hinriksson -- Painter 
ROMA -- Fabio Bordi -- Mosaist
GRANADA -- Claroscuro -- Puppet theatre
PRAGUE -- Samuel Moucha -- Engraver and blacksmith
BERLIN -- Enda O’Donogue -- Painter
VILNIUS -- Kristina Sereikaité -- Photographer
ISTANBUL -- Erdem Can -- Composer and musician
JERUSALEM -- Dafna Ben Ami -- Director and animator of animated short film
PARIS -- Nastassja Imiolek -- Art book designer 
MONTREAL -- Kota Nakamura -- Composer


Exhibition opening the 11th of september at 5pm. 

Exhibition from 12th to 21st of september from 10 am to 6pm. 

More informations : www.artloop-project.com
contact@artloop-project.com

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Vernissage de l’exposition et dévoilement du documentaire
le 11 septembre de 17h à 22h. 

Le dénouement d'une aventure humaine, collective et artistique ! 

Découvrez les 12 oeuvres de la chaîne créative internationale et multidisciplinaire et le documentaire photo et vidéo réalisé par Noémie Letu et Yasser Fadili. 

12 ARTISTES ∞ 12 OEUVRES D'ART 
1.Patsy Van Roost – Montréal - Designer d'art urbain / Fée du Mile End
2.Mathieu Thomas – Ouessant / France - Fabricant de Girouettes 
3.Hallur Karl Hinriksson – Laugarvatn / Islande – Peintre 
4.Fabio Bordi – Rome – Mosaïste
5.Compagnie Claroscuro – Grenade – Compagnie de théâtre
6.Samuel Moucha – Prague – Artiste multidisciplinaire / Graveur / Forgeron 
7.Enda O'Donoghue – Berlin - Peintre 
8.Kristina Sereikaité – Vilnius - Photographe
9.Erdem Can – Istanbul – Compositeur / Musicien
10.Dafna Ben Ami – Jérusalem - Réalisatrice de cinéma d'animation
11.Nastassja Imiolek – Paris – Artiste multidisciplinaire / Designer de livres d'artiste 
12.Kota Nakamura – Montréal – Compositeur


Vernissage de l’exposition et dévoilement du documentaire
le 11 septembre de 17h à 22h. 

Exposition ouverte au public du 12 septembre au 21 septembre de 10h à 18h. 

Pour en savoir plus : www.artloop-project.com
contact@artloop-project.com 

 

 

Re:turn; - Enda O'Donoghue Solo Exhibition at the Kunsthalle m3, Berlin

RE:TURN;
ENDA O'DONOGHUE

KUNSTHALLE m3, BERLIN

Exhibition opening on Friday 11th April at 8pm
runs until Sunday 20th April



Exhibition opening on Friday 11th April at 8pm
runs until Sunday 20th April

This exhibition presents a selection from Enda O’Donoghue’s recent body of work which has been exhibited in Ireland, Denmark and southern Germany, combined with newly created works directly from the studio.

O’Donoghue’s work presents a forensic interest into the construction, the language and the mediated world of digital images together with an ongoing dialogue with the medium and process of painting. Hovering between the realms of abstraction and representation, between the mathematical encoded and the organic, O’Donoghue’s paintings are the result of a process which is highly analytical and methodical and yet inviting of errors, misalignments and glitches. The imagery comes almost exclusively from found photographs sourced from the Internet, where he plays with random throw-away moments of everyday life, merging them together in various interconnected themes. In O’Donoghue’s work, the painterliness of his technique works with the disposable nature of his subjects to make the work sometimes poignant and melancholic, or alternatively brittle and harsh. His work is deeply influenced by the digital high speed reality we now live in and he transports these seemingly meaningless sound-bite images from a place of apparent futility to one that questions and searches for meaning through the transformative act of painting.

Enda O’Donoghue was born in Limerick in 1973 and has been living and working in Berlin since 2002. He has taken part in numerous international group exhibitions, including shows at Meter Room, Coventry (2012), Liebkranz Galerie, Berlin (2012), The Moscow Museum of Modern Art (2011), Expo in Shanghai (2010), Universal Cube, Leipzig (2008), Four Gallery, Dublin (2006), Overgaden, Institute for Contemporary Art, Copenhagen (2006) and a number of solo shows in Germany, Ireland and in 2009 a solo exhibition in New York. His work was presented in a major solo exhibition at the Limerick City Gallery of Art, Ireland in 2012 and he has recently been awarded a residency at the Golden Foundation in New York state. O’Donoghue has also curated a number of group exhibitions, most recently a show at Grimmuseum in Berlin which toured to the Galway Arts Centre, Ireland in 2013.

 

Kunsthalle M3, Mengerzeile 1-3, Berlin
www.kunsthalle-m3.de
Open by appointment - phone: 0162 2078566 or email: studio@endaodonoghue.com

 

 

Neither Here Nor There | Galway Arts Centre, Ireland 2013

Galway Arts Centre
47 Dominick Street, Galway, Ireland www.galwayartscentre.ie
Friday, 6 December, 2013 to Wednesday, 15 January, 2014

Curated by Jane Hughes and Enda O’Donoghue

Opening: Friday 6th December 2013 at 6pm
Exhibition runs from 7th December 2013 to 11th January 2014

Artists: Mark Curran, Benjamin de Burca / Barbara Wagner, Maurice Doherty, David Hedderman, Jane Hughes, Sophie Iremonger, Eoin Llewellyn, LiFeLooP (aka Séamus O’Donnell), Enda O’Donoghue and David O’Kane.

The exhibition Neither Here Nor There highlights the work of 10 contemporary Irish artists who have migrated to the city of Berlin over the past 20 years.

Golden Foundation Residency Award 2014

I am very pleased to announce that I have been selected as one of the 18 artists to attend the 2014 Golden Foundation Residency in New York State. Running since 2012 the Sam & Adele Golden Foundation for the Arts is a residency devoted to artists working in paint.

The full list of artists for 2014 can be found here: http://www.goldenfoundation.org/~jmgolden/index.php/blog/foundation-news...

The Sam and Adele Golden Foundation for the Arts | 237 Bell Rd | New Berlin, NY

www.goldenfoundation.org

Neither Here Nor There | Galway Arts Centre, Ireland 2013

Curated by Jane Hughes and Enda O’Donoghue

Galway Arts Centre, 47 Dominick Street, Galway, Ireland
Opening: Friday 6th December 2013 at 6pm
Exhibition runs from 7th December 2013 to 11th January 2014


Artists: Mark Curran, Benjamin de Burca / Barbara Wagner, Maurice Doherty, David Hedderman, Jane Hughes, Sophie Iremonger, Eoin Llewellyn, LiFeLooP (aka Séamus O’Donnell), Enda O’Donoghue and David O’Kane.

The exhibition Neither Here Nor There highlights the work of 10 contemporary Irish artists who have migrated to the city of Berlin over the past 20 years. The exhibition premiered in Berlin at the Grimmuseum in April 2013 as the official visual arts highlight of Germany for Ireland's EU presidency which was kindly supported by the Embassy of Ireland, Berlin and Culture Ireland.

The title of this exhibition suggests a world of 'in-betweens'. Each of the 10 artists  selected for this show in their own way, go beyond a binary form of understanding, addressing issues of history, tradition, uncertain spaces, meaning and intimacy. Binary models infuse our thinking at every level in society, as life is constantly split into various dichotomies of rich/poor, traditional/contemporary, animal/human, and so on ad infinitum. This method of categorization seems to be the very foundation of an eschewed world view that produces an entire wasteland of disregarded in-betweens. The artists selected for this exhibition challenge these polarities in new and subtle ways.

David Hedderman's portraits drawn from life capture the intangible human experience of a shared moment between two people, focusing particularly on male identity; there is a curious position between vulnerability and strength. In contrast the painting of Sophie Iremonger’s work reflects a constant attempt to shape a reality to her own needs in the face of a predominant hegemony that excludes her as an outsider, creating an ultra glossy modern cave painting of sorts, fusing the artificial flavor of mass-media with animal idolatry and underlying neon violence. 

The work of Eoin Llewellyn is heavily influenced by the history of painting, combining old techniques with images from 1900s to the present day, creating paintings which evocatively linger between past and present. In LiFeLooP's work there is also a regard for history in terms of analogue technology. His work 'Return to Sender' consists of radio receivers and two mini-FM transmitters, each transmitting on a different frequency what it is being fed from the receivers or what it picks up from the near field chaos surrounding it. The signal is not a sound loop traveling in the area of intervention, but a spontaneous event, resulting from collective action in perpetual movement. 

‘Waiting’ is a video installation by Maurice Doherty, where five waitresses were employed to each stand and hold a tray of filled champagne glasses for as long as possible. Recorded, as a single shot in real-time and projected life-size, voyeuristic implication becomes an integral part of the installation and synonymous to the protagonist’s travails. Time not only functions as a medium but as a weight and an ordeal; it does not pass, so much as press. 

‘Edificio Recife’, by de Burca /Wagner, is an extensive work of photographs and texts revealing a fundamental friction between art appreciation and taste as a guide to understanding class relations in contemporary Brazil. Images of sculptures at the facade of new apartment blocks (Edificios) in the city of Recife are coupled with the opinions of the doormen (Porteiros) on the artworks they co-habit this space with. Similarly Mark Curran’s work Liquid modern I has a political edge. While incorporating the words of Homer, the aged poet, from Wim Wenders’Der Himmel über Berlin (Wings of Desire, 1987), as he searches for Potsdamer Platz in then No Man’s Land, the project is inspired by Zygmunt Bauman’s notion of Liquid Modernity addressing neoliberal capitalism.

Enda O’Donoghue’s brightly coloured images are the by-product of his meticulously planned large scale paintings functioning themselves as an intriguing work about process - a state between completion and idea, control and chance, analogue and digital.

Jane Hughes's large scale drawings invite you to physically stand between a raw immediate moment of tension, an uncertain space of attack by the simultaneously tame and wild urban fox. The highly labor intensive work of David O'Kane oscillates back and forth from animation to painting using images that are deployed in a manner similar to scientific thought experiments, probing for a reaction from the artist and the viewer with the heavy tangibility of time and space as a major theme.

LiFeLooP will perform his work ‘Electricity’ at the opening on 6th December. The exhibition also includes a reading by Alan Cunningham from his debut novella, Count from Zero to One Hundred, published by Penned in the Margins (London) at 2pm on Friday 20th December. There will also be a curators’ talk and exhibition tour by Jane Hughes and Enda O'Donoghue at 12 noon on Saturday 7th December.

Galway Arts Centre,

47 Dominick Street,
Galway,
Ireland.
Ph: + 353 (0) 91 565 886 / Fax: + 353 (0)91 568 642
Email info@galwayartscentre.ie
www.galwayartscentre.ie

http://www.galwayartscentre.ie/events/view-event/247.html

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