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until 11.07. Voyage Collage. Maud Tutsche, Jürgen Tenz, ARATORA . Print, Work on Paper, Sculpture, Mixed. Repro O.T., Maud Tutsche, 2023, Collage, 30 x 20cm, Photo: Maud Tutsche

Works by Maud Tutsche, Jürgen Tenz († 2021) and ARATORA will be presented at the start of a series of exhibitions on the theme of collage. The exhibition aims to raise awareness of "collaging", i.e. the importance of searching for, collecting and reorganising things in art, and how everyday, damaged and discarded objects are transformed and reinterpreted in artistic play. In addition to classic collage, there are also text-images, digital collages, assemblages and objects on display.

until 11.07. Voyage Collage. Maud Tutsche, Jürgen Tenz, ARATORA . Print, Work on Paper, Sculpture, Mixed. Repro O.T., Maud Tutsche, 2024, Collage, 30 x 20cm, Photo: Maud Tutsche

Works by Maud Tutsche, Jürgen Tenz († 2021) and ARATORA will be presented at the start of a series of exhibitions on the theme of collage. The exhibition aims to raise awareness of "collaging", i.e. the importance of searching for, collecting and reorganising things in art, and how everyday, damaged and discarded objects are transformed and reinterpreted in artistic play. In addition to classic collage, there are also text-images, digital collages, assemblages and objects on display.

until 11.07. Voyage Collage. Maud Tutsche, Jürgen Tenz, ARATORA . Print, Work on Paper, Sculpture, Mixed. Repro Einäugiger Zeitungsleser, ARATORA, 2023, Holztypendruck mit Collage auf Karton, 21 x 21cm, Photo: Frank W. Weber

Works by Maud Tutsche, Jürgen Tenz († 2021) and ARATORA will be presented at the start of a series of exhibitions on the theme of collage. The exhibition aims to raise awareness of "collaging", i.e. the importance of searching for, collecting and reorganising things in art, and how everyday, damaged and discarded objects are transformed and reinterpreted in artistic play. In addition to classic collage, there are also text-images, digital collages, assemblages and objects on display.

until 11.07. Voyage Collage. Maud Tutsche, Jürgen Tenz, ARATORA . Print, Work on Paper, Sculpture, Mixed. Repro Gassi geh'n, ARATORA, 2023, Holztypendruck mit Tapetencollage auf Karton, 21 x 29,7cm, Photo: Frank W. Weber

Works by Maud Tutsche, Jürgen Tenz († 2021) and ARATORA will be presented at the start of a series of exhibitions on the theme of collage. The exhibition aims to raise awareness of "collaging", i.e. the importance of searching for, collecting and reorganising things in art, and how everyday, damaged and discarded objects are transformed and reinterpreted in artistic play. In addition to classic collage, there are also text-images, digital collages, assemblages and objects on display.

until 11.07. Voyage Collage. Maud Tutsche, Jürgen Tenz, ARATORA . Print, Work on Paper, Sculpture, Mixed. Repro Ruhende Trommlerin, Jürgen Tenz, 1997, Relief-Collage, 50 x 40cm, Photo: Gisela Tenz

Works by Maud Tutsche, Jürgen Tenz († 2021) and ARATORA will be presented at the start of a series of exhibitions on the theme of collage. The exhibition aims to raise awareness of "collaging", i.e. the importance of searching for, collecting and reorganising things in art, and how everyday, damaged and discarded objects are transformed and reinterpreted in artistic play. In addition to classic collage, there are also text-images, digital collages, assemblages and objects on display.

Profile

The feinart berlin gallery in Berlin-Charlottenburg specialises in contemporary artists working in the fields of painting, graphic art and objects. The gallery also supports the estates of deceased artists who should not be forgotten. The gallery programme promotes artistic positions that are linked to figurative representation and deal with the relationship between man, history, society and nature in an original way. 

It is important to us to convey the individuality of our artists' biographies, techniques and guiding themes and thus promote the public's personal access to their work. 

Readings, discussions, artist talks and musical performances are organised to deepen and expand the exhibitions.

Upcoming

03.08. – 04.09. Shadow Flowers. Letizia Werth. Painting, Drawing. Repro O.T., Letizia Werth, 2019, Graphit, Tusche auf Nessel/ Molino, 150 x 180cm, Photo: Letizia Werth

Time, space, memory, the boundaries between reality and fiction: central themes of the Viennese artist Letizia Werth. Her inspiration comes from photos collected from flea markets, old magazines and books. For her, the transformation of these pictorial finds into drawings is a process of "incorporating and digesting thoughts". Between disappearing and reappearing, forgetting and remembering, the Shadow Flowers demonstrate the painter's sensitivity to the poetry of temporality and unique, fleeting moments.

03.08. – 04.09. Shadow Flowers. Letizia Werth. Painting, Drawing. Repro O.T., Letizia Werth, 2019, Graphit, Tusche auf Nessel/ Molino, 150 x 180cm, Photo: Letizia Werth

Time, space, memory, the boundaries between reality and fiction: central themes of the Viennese artist Letizia Werth. Her inspiration comes from photos collected from flea markets, old magazines and books. For her, the transformation of these pictorial finds into drawings is a process of "incorporating and digesting thoughts". Between disappearing and reappearing, forgetting and remembering, the Shadow Flowers demonstrate the painter's sensitivity to the poetry of temporality and unique, fleeting moments.

Past

25.04. – 01.06. Pandora lacht. Danielle de Picciotto. Painting, Drawing, Installation, Media Art. Repro The Transition, Danielle De Picciotto, 2019, Tinte und Acryl auf Leinwand, 250 x 120cm, Photo: De Picciotto

Danielle De Picciotto, a formative figure in the Berlin club and music scene from the late 1980s onwards, explores regions between the inner and outer edges of the collective psyche in her interdisciplinary sound-text-image universe. The artist's fascination with intermediate worlds is particularly evident in her paintings of recent years, which combine ink drawings and colourful surrealist paintings: deep layers and layers of stories in the style of Leonora Carrington and Pop Surrealism.

25.04. – 01.06. Pandora lacht. Danielle de Picciotto. Painting, Drawing, Installation, Media Art. Repro Twins Tango, Danielle De Picciotto, 2020, Tinte und Acryl auf Leinwand, 70 x 47cm, Photo: De Picciotto

Danielle De Picciotto, a formative figure in the Berlin club and music scene from the late 1980s onwards, explores regions between the inner and outer edges of the collective psyche in her interdisciplinary sound-text-image universe. The artist's fascination with intermediate worlds is particularly evident in her paintings of recent years, which combine ink drawings and colourful surrealist paintings: deep layers and layers of stories in the style of Leonora Carrington and Pop Surrealism.

25.04. – 01.06. Pandora lacht. Danielle de Picciotto. Painting, Drawing, Installation, Media Art. Repro Family, Danielle De Picciotto, 2015, Tinte auf Papier, 180 x 100cm, Photo: De Picciotto

Danielle De Picciotto, a formative figure in the Berlin club and music scene from the late 1980s onwards, explores regions between the inner and outer edges of the collective psyche in her interdisciplinary sound-text-image universe. The artist's fascination with intermediate worlds is particularly evident in her paintings of recent years, which combine ink drawings and colourful surrealist paintings: deep layers and layers of stories in the style of Leonora Carrington and Pop Surrealism.

25.04. – 01.06. Pandora lacht. Danielle de Picciotto. Painting, Drawing, Installation, Media Art. Repro Feed Yourself, Danielle De Picciotto, 2015, Tinte auf Papier, 120 x 100cm, Photo: De Picciotto

Danielle De Picciotto, a formative figure in the Berlin club and music scene from the late 1980s onwards, explores regions between the inner and outer edges of the collective psyche in her interdisciplinary sound-text-image universe. The artist's fascination with intermediate worlds is particularly evident in her paintings of recent years, which combine ink drawings and colourful surrealist paintings: deep layers and layers of stories in the style of Leonora Carrington and Pop Surrealism.

25.04. – 01.06. Pandora lacht. Danielle de Picciotto. Painting, Drawing, Installation, Media Art. Repro Protect Me From What I Desire, Danielle De Picciotto, 2020, Öl und Tinte auf Leinwand, 150 x 150cm, Photo: De Picciotto

Danielle De Picciotto, a formative figure in the Berlin club and music scene from the late 1980s onwards, explores regions between the inner and outer edges of the collective psyche in her interdisciplinary sound-text-image universe. The artist's fascination with intermediate worlds is particularly evident in her paintings of recent years, which combine ink drawings and colourful surrealist paintings: deep layers and layers of stories in the style of Leonora Carrington and Pop Surrealism.

15.03. – 18.04. Wanderjahre. Louis G.N. Busman. Painting. Repro Türkische Kurve, Louis G.N. Busman, 2006, Acryl auf Leinwand, 100 x 120 cm, Photo: feinartberlin

Perhaps nothing has shaped Louis G.N. Busman's life more than travelling: Europe, South, Central and North America, East Asia, North Africa. In the year of the 10th anniversary of his death, the exhibition is dedicated to the landscapes of the Dutch-born, passionate painter. The various faces of his paintings symbolise wanderlust, adventure and freedom, but also something deeply inward and peaceful. As the eye wanders into a landscape, so it returns, writes Louis G.N. Busman.

15.03. – 18.04. Wanderjahre. Louis G.N. Busman. Painting. Repro Esteros del Iberá, Louis G.N. Busman, 2011, Acryl auf Leinwand, 100 x 120 cm, Photo: feinartberlin

Perhaps nothing has shaped Louis G.N. Busman's life more than travelling: Europe, South, Central and North America, East Asia, North Africa. In the year of the 10th anniversary of his death, the exhibition is dedicated to the landscapes of the Dutch-born, passionate painter. The various faces of his paintings symbolise wanderlust, adventure and freedom, but also something deeply inward and peaceful. As the eye wanders into a landscape, so it returns, writes Louis G.N. Busman.

15.03. – 18.04. Wanderjahre. Louis G.N. Busman. Painting. Repro Landschaft (Xian), Louis G.N. Busman, 1991, Acryl auf Leinwand, 120 x 120 cm, Photo: feinartberlin

Perhaps nothing has shaped Louis G.N. Busman's life more than travelling: Europe, South, Central and North America, East Asia, North Africa. In the year of the 10th anniversary of his death, the exhibition is dedicated to the landscapes of the Dutch-born, passionate painter. The various faces of his paintings symbolise wanderlust, adventure and freedom, but also something deeply inward and peaceful. As the eye wanders into a landscape, so it returns, writes Louis G.N. Busman.

15.03. – 18.04. Wanderjahre. Louis G.N. Busman. Painting. Repro West of British Columbia, Louis G.N. Busman, 1997, Acryl auf Leinwand, 70 x 90 cm, Photo: feinartberlin

Perhaps nothing has shaped Louis G.N. Busman's life more than travelling: Europe, South, Central and North America, East Asia, North Africa. In the year of the 10th anniversary of his death, the exhibition is dedicated to the landscapes of the Dutch-born, passionate painter. The various faces of his paintings symbolise wanderlust, adventure and freedom, but also something deeply inward and peaceful. As the eye wanders into a landscape, so it returns, writes Louis G.N. Busman.

15.03. – 18.04. Wanderjahre. Louis G.N. Busman. Painting. Repro Ich suche Monopoly, Louis G.N. Busman, 2007, Acryl auf Leinwand, 100 x 120cm, Photo: feinartberlin

Perhaps nothing has shaped Louis G.N. Busman's life more than travelling: Europe, South, Central and North America, East Asia, North Africa. In the year of the 10th anniversary of his death, the exhibition is dedicated to the landscapes of the Dutch-born, passionate painter. The various faces of his paintings symbolise wanderlust, adventure and freedom, but also something deeply inward and peaceful. As the eye wanders into a landscape, so it returns, writes Louis G.N. Busman.

07.12.2023 – 22.12.2023 Puppet Garden. Maria Wirth. Painting, Work on Paper. Repro O.T., Maria Wirth, 2023, Öl auf Leinwand, 120 x 90 cm, Photo: MW

"Flowery night, colourful darkness,
flourishing garden with fantasy fruits.
Bathing naked on the first day
and pray on the last.
Walk when the glass is full,
to places where you can only drink from springs.
Doll dreams and evening grey
Kiss lips like a butterfly.
To be born anew every morning."

MW, April 2023

07.12.2023 – 22.12.2023 Puppet Garden. Maria Wirth. Painting, Work on Paper. Repro Adam and Eve/ Fall aus dem Paradies, Maria Wirth, 2023, Öl, Schellack auf Leinwand, 150 x 110 cm, Photo: MW

"Flowery night, colourful darkness,
flourishing garden with fantasy fruits.
Bathing naked on the first day
and pray on the last.
Walk when the glass is full,
to places where you can only drink from springs.
Doll dreams and evening grey
Kiss lips like a butterfly.
To be born anew every morning."

MW, April 2023

07.12.2023 – 22.12.2023 Puppet Garden. Maria Wirth. Painting, Work on Paper. Repro Hekate, Maria Wirth, 2023, Öl auf Leinwand, 120 x 100 cm, Photo: MW

"Flowery night, colourful darkness,
flourishing garden with fantasy fruits.
Bathing naked on the first day
and pray on the last.
Walk when the glass is full,
to places where you can only drink from springs.
Doll dreams and evening grey
Kiss lips like a butterfly.
To be born anew every morning."

MW, April 2023

07.09.2023 – 28.10.2023 Zuflucht Sehnsucht. Michael Jastram. Sculpture. Repro Das Wolkenhaus, Michael Jastram, 2010, Bronze, Stahldraht, Wachsausschmelzverfahren, 88 x 135 x 23 cm, Photo: Martin Adam

The sculptures of Michael Jastram show archaic-looking companions, horsewomen, warriors, goddesses, lonely drifters. They tell of man as an eternal traveler, of his ratio, and creative ability. Technical inventions let us overcome our physical limits and dream of things still out of sight: ladders, stairs, wheeled carts, boats. These ideas are as ancient as they are always wanting to be rediscovered in every human life. There is something fateful in this image: man as driven and displaced.

07.09.2023 – 28.10.2023 Zuflucht Sehnsucht. Michael Jastram. Sculpture. Repro Kassandra (Seherin), Michael Jastram, 2017, Bronze, Wachsausschmelzverfahren, 61 x 39 x 19 cm, Photo: Martin Adam

The sculptures of Michael Jastram show archaic-looking companions, horsewomen, warriors, goddesses, lonely drifters. They tell of man as an eternal traveler, of his ratio, and creative ability. Technical inventions let us overcome our physical limits and dream of things still out of sight: ladders, stairs, wheeled carts, boats. These ideas are as ancient as they are always wanting to be rediscovered in every human life. There is something fateful in this image: man as driven and displaced.

07.09.2023 – 28.10.2023 Zuflucht Sehnsucht. Michael Jastram. Sculpture. Repro River I, Michael Jastram, 2020, Bronze, teilweise vergoldet, Wachsausschmelzverfahren, 107 x 52,5 x 15 cm, Photo: Bernd Borchardt

The sculptures of Michael Jastram show archaic-looking companions, horsewomen, warriors, goddesses, lonely drifters. They tell of man as an eternal traveler, of his ratio, and creative ability. Technical inventions let us overcome our physical limits and dream of things still out of sight: ladders, stairs, wheeled carts, boats. These ideas are as ancient as they are always wanting to be rediscovered in every human life. There is something fateful in this image: man as driven and displaced.

27.07.2023 – 31.08.2023 Weltreisende, Grande Dame, Malerin (1901-1980). Lore Kegel. Painting. Repro Die Stadt auf dem Äquator, Lore Kegel, 11.11.1962, Pastellkreide auf Papier, 84,2 x 52,3 cm, Photo: feinartberlin

Lore Kegel was one of the first women to study at the Düsseldorf Art Academy from 1919-1922. Living in Hamburg from the mid-1920s, the emancipated, adventurous woman made a lasting name for herself primarily as an art dealer and collector of non-European, especially African art, with an inexhaustible curiosity for travels to foreign cultures, for their nature, people and crafts — a passion that also deeply inspired her work as a painter.

27.07.2023 – 31.08.2023 Weltreisende, Grande Dame, Malerin (1901-1980). Lore Kegel. Painting. Repro Flötenspieler, Lore Kegel, Aug. 1962, Pastellkreide auf Papier, 47,5 x 50 cm, Photo: feinartberlin

Lore Kegel was one of the first women to study at the Düsseldorf Art Academy from 1919-1922. Living in Hamburg from the mid-1920s, the emancipated, adventurous woman made a lasting name for herself primarily as an art dealer and collector of non-European, especially African art, with an inexhaustible curiosity for travels to foreign cultures, for their nature, people and crafts — a passion that also deeply inspired her work as a painter.

27.07.2023 – 31.08.2023 Weltreisende, Grande Dame, Malerin (1901-1980). Lore Kegel. Painting. Repro Götzen unter dem Hüttendach, Lore Kegel, 30.11.1962, Pastellkreide auf Papier, 50 x 59,5 cm, Photo: feinartberlin

Lore Kegel was one of the first women to study at the Düsseldorf Art Academy from 1919-1922. Living in Hamburg from the mid-1920s, the emancipated, adventurous woman made a lasting name for herself primarily as an art dealer and collector of non-European, especially African art, with an inexhaustible curiosity for travels to foreign cultures, for their nature, people and crafts — a passion that also deeply inspired her work as a painter.

27.07.2023 – 31.08.2023 Weltreisende, Grande Dame, Malerin (1901-1980). Lore Kegel. Painting. Repro Weide im Nebel, Lore Kegel, 22.09.1962, Pastellkreide auf Papier, 45 x 62 cm, Photo: feinartberlin

Lore Kegel was one of the first women to study at the Düsseldorf Art Academy from 1919-1922. Living in Hamburg from the mid-1920s, the emancipated, adventurous woman made a lasting name for herself primarily as an art dealer and collector of non-European, especially African art, with an inexhaustible curiosity for travels to foreign cultures, for their nature, people and crafts — a passion that also deeply inspired her work as a painter.

27.07.2023 – 31.08.2023 Weltreisende, Grande Dame, Malerin (1901-1980). Lore Kegel. Painting. Repro Einheit des Glaubens, Lore Kegel, 16.02.1963, Pastellkreide auf Papier, 46 x 33 cm, Photo: feinartberlin

Lore Kegel was one of the first women to study at the Düsseldorf Art Academy from 1919-1922. Living in Hamburg from the mid-1920s, the emancipated, adventurous woman made a lasting name for herself primarily as an art dealer and collector of non-European, especially African art, with an inexhaustible curiosity for travels to foreign cultures, for their nature, people and crafts — a passion that also deeply inspired her work as a painter.

10.06.2023 – 20.07.2023 9 Hours Apart. Photographien aus Berlin und Los Angeles. Michael Dressel. Fotografie. Repro Berlin / Los Angeles, Michael Dressel

Caught in 1981 trying to leave the GDR on his own, Michael Dressel was sent to prison for 2 years - today for him the most important teaching years of his life and a close encounter with fundamental questions about the individual and society. In 1984 he landed in West Berlin, shortly thereafter in Los Angeles, where, in addition to photography, he worked as a sound editor for Hollywood film productions. His photographs look into the light and dark sides of Los Angeles and Berlin.

10.06.2023 – 20.07.2023 9 Hours Apart. Photographien aus Berlin und Los Angeles. Michael Dressel. Fotografie. Repro Los Angeles 2021, Michael Dressel, Photographie, 70 x 50cm, Photo: Michael Dressel

Caught in 1981 trying to leave the GDR on his own, Michael Dressel was sent to prison for 2 years - today for him the most important teaching years of his life and a close encounter with fundamental questions about the individual and society. In 1984 he landed in West Berlin, shortly thereafter in Los Angeles, where, in addition to photography, he worked as a sound editor for Hollywood film productions. His photographs look into the light and dark sides of Los Angeles and Berlin.

10.06.2023 – 20.07.2023 9 Hours Apart. Photographien aus Berlin und Los Angeles. Michael Dressel. Fotografie. Repro Berlin 2020, Michael Dressel, 70 x 50cm, Photo: Michael Dressel

Caught in 1981 trying to leave the GDR on his own, Michael Dressel was sent to prison for 2 years - today for him the most important teaching years of his life and a close encounter with fundamental questions about the individual and society. In 1984 he landed in West Berlin, shortly thereafter in Los Angeles, where, in addition to photography, he worked as a sound editor for Hollywood film productions. His photographs look into the light and dark sides of Los Angeles and Berlin.

27.04.2023 – 06.06.2023 Soil. Christine Jackob-Marks. Painting. Repro Ursprung. Dritter und Vierter Tag, Christine Jackob-Marks, 2012, Mischtechnik auf Leinwand, 130 x 160cm, Photo: Marc Juffart

Soil summarizes themes that characterize Jackob-Marks' work: Soil, Earth (world, planet), Ground (cause). The exhibition focuses on one of the painter's guiding genres, landscape from the '80s to the present. To distance from representational depiction in current works means not a turn toward abstraction but a progressive intensification of her ceaseless search for the essence of being: Where do I come from? Why am I in the world? What is the unity of the cosmos?

27.04.2023 – 06.06.2023 Soil. Christine Jackob-Marks. Painting.

Soil summarizes themes that characterize Jackob-Marks' work: Soil, Earth (world, planet), Ground (cause). The exhibition focuses on one of the painter's guiding genres, landscape from the '80s to the present. To distance from representational depiction in current works means not a turn toward abstraction but a progressive intensification of her ceaseless search for the essence of being: Where do I come from? Why am I in the world? What is the unity of the cosmos?

27.04.2023 – 06.06.2023 Soil. Christine Jackob-Marks. Painting. Repro Ohne Titel, Christine Jackob-Marks, 1996, Mischtechnik auf Leinwand, 80 x 100cm, Photo: Marc Juffart

Soil summarizes themes that characterize Jackob-Marks' work: Soil, Earth (world, planet), Ground (cause). The exhibition focuses on one of the painter's guiding genres, landscape from the '80s to the present. To distance from representational depiction in current works means not a turn toward abstraction but a progressive intensification of her ceaseless search for the essence of being: Where do I come from? Why am I in the world? What is the unity of the cosmos?

27.04.2023 – 06.06.2023 Soil. Christine Jackob-Marks. Painting. Repro Aus der Serie "Erdkruste/ Sedimente", Christine Jackob-Marks, 2023, Mischtechnik auf Leinwand, 90 x 70cm, Photo: feinartberlin

Soil summarizes themes that characterize Jackob-Marks' work: Soil, Earth (world, planet), Ground (cause). The exhibition focuses on one of the painter's guiding genres, landscape from the '80s to the present. To distance from representational depiction in current works means not a turn toward abstraction but a progressive intensification of her ceaseless search for the essence of being: Where do I come from? Why am I in the world? What is the unity of the cosmos?

09.03.2023 – 20.04.2023 Fortsetzung einer Wiese. Thomas Kleemann. Painting. Repro Fortsetzung einer Wiese, Thomas Kleemann, 2020, Mischtechnik auf Leinwand, 155 x 250cm, Photo: Kleemann

The illusionistic power inherent in Kleemann's works creates architectural and landscape spaces before the viewer's eyes. Formulated in a polyperspectival and plastic manner, they appear walkable: tunnels, stairs, ruins, in between clods of colour, then a shore, a cliff. The meaning of these things remains mysterious, feeds the imagination. This is what makes his paintings so inexhaustible. What is behind the surface of reality? Nothing, perhaps. Maybe everything.

 

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