OFFICE IMPART

OFFICE IMPART rethinking structures - a post gallery
run by Anne Schwanz and Johanna Neuschäffer

“The idiosyncratic transformed into the eerie is yet another element linking the work of Manuela Leinhoß and Ivan Seal. ...
25/10/2021

“The idiosyncratic transformed into the eerie is yet another element linking the work of Manuela Leinhoß and Ivan Seal. In both it is snapshots, fragments, or substitutes for a greater but ambiguous narrative that are condensed into sometimes grotesque imagery: putti dancing on top of an impressionistically painted urn, a (death?) bell hanging from a cross positioned diagonally across the image, a piece of fabric hovering over a carpet and frozen in motion, and a chair that welcomes potential users with a hostile set of spikes.”
(Text: Bettina Klein)

I can´t see you coming
@ivanseal / @manuelaleinhoss
OFFICE IMPART in cooperation with @tomreichsteincontemporary

21.10. – 28.11.2021

Tom Reichstein Contemporary
Stockmeyerstraße. 41, Halle 4J, Hamburg 2045

Photographer: Henning Rogge

#ivanseal #manuelaleinhoß #icantseeyoucoming #tomreichsteingallery #sculpture #contempoarysculpture #painting #artist #duoexhibition #installationview #contemporaryart #officeimpart

“The idiosyncratic transformed into the eerie is yet another element linking the work of Manuela Leinhoß and Ivan Seal. In both it is snapshots, fragments, or substitutes for a greater but ambiguous narrative that are condensed into sometimes grotesque imagery: putti dancing on top of an impressionistically painted urn, a (death?) bell hanging from a cross positioned diagonally across the image, a piece of fabric hovering over a carpet and frozen in motion, and a chair that welcomes potential users with a hostile set of spikes.”
(Text: Bettina Klein)

I can´t see you coming
@ivanseal / @manuelaleinhoss
OFFICE IMPART in cooperation with @tomreichsteincontemporary

21.10. – 28.11.2021

Tom Reichstein Contemporary
Stockmeyerstraße. 41, Halle 4J, Hamburg 2045

Photographer: Henning Rogge

#ivanseal #manuelaleinhoß #icantseeyoucoming #tomreichsteingallery #sculpture #contempoarysculpture #painting #artist #duoexhibition #installationview #contemporaryart #officeimpart

“The idiosyncratic transformed into the eerie is yet another element linking the work of Manuela Leinhoß and Ivan Seal. ...
25/10/2021

“The idiosyncratic transformed into the eerie is yet another element linking the work of Manuela Leinhoß and Ivan Seal. In both it is snapshots, fragments, or substitutes for a greater but ambiguous narrative that are condensed into sometimes grotesque imagery: putti dancing on top of an impressionistically painted urn, a (death?) bell hanging from a cross positioned diagonally across the image, a piece of fabric hovering over a carpet and frozen in motion, and a chair that welcomes potential users with a hostile set of spikes.”
(Text: Bettina Klein)

I can´t see you coming
@ivanseal / @manuelaleinhoss
OFFICE IMPART in cooperation with @tomreichsteincontemporary

21.10. – 28.11.2021

Gallery opening hours:
Wed. – Fri. 3 – 7 p.m. / Sat. 12 – 3 p.m.

Tom Reichstein Contemporary
Stockmeyerstraße. 41, Halle 4J, Hamburg 2045

Photographer: Henning Rogge

#ivanseal #manuelaleinhoß #icantseeyoucoming #tomreichsteingallery #sculpture #contempoarysculpture #painting #artist #duoexhibition #installationview #contemporaryart #officeimpart

“The idiosyncratic transformed into the eerie is yet another element linking the work of Manuela Leinhoß and Ivan Seal. In both it is snapshots, fragments, or substitutes for a greater but ambiguous narrative that are condensed into sometimes grotesque imagery: putti dancing on top of an impressionistically painted urn, a (death?) bell hanging from a cross positioned diagonally across the image, a piece of fabric hovering over a carpet and frozen in motion, and a chair that welcomes potential users with a hostile set of spikes.”
(Text: Bettina Klein)

I can´t see you coming
@ivanseal / @manuelaleinhoss
OFFICE IMPART in cooperation with @tomreichsteincontemporary

21.10. – 28.11.2021

Gallery opening hours:
Wed. – Fri. 3 – 7 p.m. / Sat. 12 – 3 p.m.

Tom Reichstein Contemporary
Stockmeyerstraße. 41, Halle 4J, Hamburg 2045

Photographer: Henning Rogge

#ivanseal #manuelaleinhoß #icantseeyoucoming #tomreichsteingallery #sculpture #contempoarysculpture #painting #artist #duoexhibition #installationview #contemporaryart #officeimpart

22/10/2021

“Rules don’t apply to me”, one of the wonderful works by @lenamarieemrich
Come visit us tomorrow October 23rd, at our OPEN SATURDAY to see the solo exhibition ‘Never Fight the current’

“In the series “Rules don’t apply to me, ” once rigid boxes are also transformed into chameleonic, open-ended forms, ready to adapt to our own projections. What might fit was but a material question of liquid life, of Reality. No longer is the question about whether our luggage fits inside the box of constraints, but rather about what it contains, where it is from, where it might be going.
With these new bodies of work, Emrich points toward micro-pauses experienced in everyday liquid life, micro-pauses that are forced while the water keeps flowing, making manifest the seconds between here and there, between now and then. She proposes them as ways to step through the looking glass into whatever might become of this new normal. So, as we consider the months of slowness behind us and those that might still loom ahead, remember to think about those that will always haunt us, too. But instead of drowning, it’s time to willfully submerge ourselves within the water. To open our eyes. To remember salt water doesn’t sting. And then, when the moment comes, to rise to the surface and gently inhale.”

Text: @emiliabedelia__

#lenamarieemrich #opensaturday #neverfighttbecurrent #contemporaryart #contemporaryartist #artist #sculpture #contemporarysculpture #berlin #officeimpart

we are very much looking forward to seeing you today at the opening of the exhibition  'I can't see you coming' with @ma...
20/10/2021

we are very much looking forward to seeing you today at the opening of the exhibition  'I can't see you coming' with @manuelaleinhoss and @ivanseal in cooperation with @tomreichsteincontemporary 
Opening Today, 20.10.2021 – 7–9 pm
21.10. – 28.11.2021
Tom Reichstein ContemporaryStockmeyerstraße. 41, Halle 4J, Hamburg 2045

1st image
Installation view, ‘I can’t see you coming’, Tom Reichstein Contemporary, Hamburg, 2021

2nd image
Manuela Leinhoß
Break dance, 2018
Holz, Stoff, Gips, Metall, Lack
166 x 175 x 165 cm

3rd image
Ivan seal
Salourn hyrarking, 2021
170 x 150 cm

#manuelaleinhoss #ivanseal #tomreichsteincontemporary #sculpture #painting #contempoaryart #contemporaryartist #artist #art #duoexhibition #officeimpart

19/10/2021

Take a look at the great works of @lenamarieemerich and visit us to see the exhibition in person.
With these new bodies of work, Emrich points toward micro-pauses experienced in everyday liquid life, micro-pauses that are forced while the water keeps flowing, making manifest the seconds between here and there, between now and then. She proposes them as ways to step through the looking glass into whatever might become of this new normal. So, as we consider the months of slowness behind us and those that might still loom ahead, remember to think about those that will always haunt us, too. But instead of drowning, it’s time to willfully submerge ourselves within the water. To open our eyes. To remember salt water doesn’t sting. And then, when the moment comes, to rise to the surface and gently inhale.
Text: Emily McDermott
LENA MARIE EMRICH
NEVER FIGHT THE CURRENT
solo show
October 09 – 29, 2021
Book your visit on our website, We-Fri, 3-6 pm #linlinbio
#lenamarieemrich #neverfightthecurrent #soloshow #exhibition #artist #contemporaryartist #contemporaryart #sculpture #contemporarsculpture #berlin #officeimpart
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"The motifs in Ivan Seal’s paintings and Manuela Leinhoß’s sculptures and installations derive from the domestic realm, ...
18/10/2021

"The motifs in Ivan Seal’s paintings and Manuela Leinhoß’s sculptures and installations derive from the domestic realm, Just as Woolf’s novel is a kind of chamber piece (the plot unfolds almost entirely within and around the house, or within the protagonists’ own heads) . Vessels, furniture, fabrics, and carpets nevertheless lead a life of their own in both of their work, literally animated and possessing inherent potential for further growth. For example, the extra-long shower curtain, reminiscent of the flyaway of a bridal veil, the light switch that merges with a spherical loudspeaker to become a hybrid creature, or the leathery-looking papier-mâché skin permeated by the fine veins of leaves that wraps around a metal frame with a suitcase handle. With many of Leinhoß’s objects, it remains open as to whether they are in the process of becoming or falling apart, precise geometric structures contrast with soft textiles, fragile vibrant surfaces with lacquered metal supports.
Seal likewise places the objects he depicts – anthropomorphic vessels, bric-a-brac figurines, bouquets of flowers, and a skull guarded by a small dog – on plinths, pedestals, shelves, and more recently cat trees. Against pastel sfumato backgrounds, the impasto oil paint generates a pronounced sculptural effect – swatches of color, streaks, and globs of paint crowd together on a ship setting sail, holding on with difficulty, about to fall overboard.“

Text: Bettina Klein

"I can't see you coming" with the artists @ManuelaLeinhoß and @Ivanseal in cooperation with @TomReichsteincontemporary in Hamburg.
Opening Wednesday, 20.10.2021 - 7-9 pm
21.10. - 28.11.2021

1st image:
Ivan Seal, 2021
polotin kristeetha waft
Oil on canvas
70 x 56 cm
2nd image:
Manuela Leinhoß
Child of Mine, 2016
Holz, Spiegel, Acrylfarbe, Lack
111 x 39 x 28 cm
#icantseeyoucoming #manuelaleinhoss #ivanseal #tomreichsteingallery #duoexhibition #contemporaryart #contemporaryartist #sculpture #contemproarysculpture #exhibition #officeimpart

"The motifs in Ivan Seal’s paintings and Manuela Leinhoß’s sculptures and installations derive from the domestic realm, ...
18/10/2021

"The motifs in Ivan Seal’s paintings and Manuela Leinhoß’s sculptures and installations derive from the domestic realm, Just as Woolf’s novel is a kind of chamber piece (the plot unfolds almost entirely within and around the house, or within the protagonists’ own heads) . Vessels, furniture, fabrics, and carpets nevertheless lead a life of their own in both of their work, literally animated and possessing inherent potential for further growth. For example, the extra-long shower curtain, reminiscent of the flyaway of a bridal veil, the light switch that merges with a spherical loudspeaker to become a hybrid creature, or the leathery-looking papier-mâché skin permeated by the fine veins of leaves that wraps around a metal frame with a suitcase handle. With many of Leinhoß’s objects, it remains open as to whether they are in the process of becoming or falling apart, precise geometric structures contrast with soft textiles, fragile vibrant surfaces with lacquered metal supports.
Seal likewise places the objects he depicts – anthropomorphic vessels, bric-a-brac figurines, bouquets of flowers, and a skull guarded by a small dog – on plinths, pedestals, shelves, and more recently cat trees. Against pastel sfumato backgrounds, the impasto oil paint generates a pronounced sculptural effect – swatches of color, streaks, and globs of paint crowd together on a ship setting sail, holding on with difficulty, about to fall overboard.“

Text: Bettina Klein

"I can't see you coming" with the artists @ManuelaLeinhoß and @Ivanseal in cooperation with @TomReichsteincontemporary in Hamburg.
Opening Wednesday, 20.10.2021 - 7-9 pm
21.10. - 28.11.2021

1st image:
Ivan Seal, 2021
polotin kristeetha waft
Oil on canvas
70 x 56 cm
2nd image:
Manuela Leinhoß
Child of Mine, 2016
Holz, Spiegel, Acrylfarbe, Lack
111 x 39 x 28 cm
#icantseeyoucoming #manuelaleinhoss #ivanseal #tomreichsteingallery #duoexhibition #contemporaryart #contemporaryartist #sculpture #contemproarysculpture #exhibition #officeimpart

1st image:Ivan Seal, 2021polotin kristeetha waftOil on canvas70 x 56 cm2nd image:Manuela LeinhoßChild of Mine, 2016Holz,...
18/10/2021

1st image:
Ivan Seal, 2021
polotin kristeetha waft
Oil on canvas
70 x 56 cm
2nd image:
Manuela Leinhoß
Child of Mine, 2016
Holz, Spiegel, Acrylfarbe, Lack
111 x 39 x 28 cm
#icantseeyoucoming #manuelaleinhoss #ivanseal #tomreichsteingallery #duoexhibition #contemporaryart #contemporaryartist #sculpture #contemproarysculpture #exhibition #officeimpart

"The motifs in Ivan Seal’s paintings and Manuela Leinhoß’s sculptures and installations derive from the domestic realm, ...
18/10/2021

"The motifs in Ivan Seal’s paintings and Manuela Leinhoß’s sculptures and installations derive from the domestic realm, Just as Woolf’s novel is a kind of chamber piece (the plot unfolds almost entirely within and around the house, or within the protagonists’ own heads) . Vessels, furniture, fabrics, and carpets nevertheless lead a life of their own in both of their work, literally animated and possessing inherent potential for further growth. For example, the extra-long shower curtain, reminiscent of the flyaway of a bridal veil, the light switch that merges with a spherical loudspeaker to become a hybrid creature, or the leathery-looking papier-mâché skin permeated by the fine veins of leaves that wraps around a metal frame with a suitcase handle. With many of Leinhoß’s objects, it remains open as to whether they are in the process of becoming or falling apart, precise geometric structures contrast with soft textiles, fragile vibrant surfaces with lacquered metal supports.
Seal likewise places the objects he depicts – anthropomorphic vessels, bric-a-brac figurines, bouquets of flowers, and a skull guarded by a small dog – on plinths, pedestals, shelves, and more recently cat trees. Against pastel sfumato backgrounds, the impasto oil paint generates a pronounced sculptural effect – swatches of color, streaks, and globs of paint crowd together on a ship setting sail, holding on with difficulty, about to fall overboard.“

Text: Bettina Klein

"I can't see you coming" with the artists @ManuelaLeinhoß and @Ivanseal in cooperation with @TomReichsteincontemporary in Hamburg.
Opening Wednesday, 20.10.2021 - 7-9 pm
21.10. - 28.11.2021

1st image:
Ivan Seal, 2021
polotin kristeetha waft
Oil on canvas
70 x 56 cm
2nd image:
Manuela Leinhoß
Child of Mine, 2016
Holz, Spiegel, Acrylfarbe, Lack
111 x 39 x 28 cm
#icantseeyoucoming #manuelaleinhoss #ivanseal #tomreichsteingallery #duoexhibition #contemporaryart #contemporaryartist #sculpture #contemproarysculpture #exhibition #officeimpart

Don't miss out on @Hannahsophiedunkelberg's works currently on view in switzerland at @galerie_mark_mueller in the exhib...
15/10/2021

Don't miss out on @Hannahsophiedunkelberg's works currently on view in switzerland at @galerie_mark_mueller in the exhibition «Übertragung Transmission» along Christine Streuli, Marta Djourina and Marlen Letetzki, curated by Christine Streuli.
04.09. - 16.10.2021
#hannahsophiedunkelberg #galeriemarkmueller #sculpture #artist #contemporaryart #contemporaryartist #groupexhibition #officeimpart

Just opened, so come by and have a look at the new work series by @lenamarieemrichLENA MARIE EMRICH"Never Fight The Curr...
14/10/2021

Just opened, so come by and have a look at the new work series by @lenamarieemrich
LENA MARIE EMRICH
"Never Fight The Current"
October 09 – 29 2021
Book an appointment Wed - Fri 3-6 pm #linkinbio
"The tide rises, the current swells, the waves crash and break. Underwater, eyes closed.
There are moments in life that force a pause, wanted or not. Standing in line at the airport, overwhelmed with anxiety about a suitcase exceeding that cheap airline’s size limitations. Sitting in the car in the automated wash, gear in neutral, waiting for streams of water to power the suds away. Taking an elevator up two, four, six, twelve flights, fidgeting until the doors once again open. The world keeps moving, but we’re at a forced standstill.
Instead of plaguing ourselves about wasted time, what if we were to use these moments as incitements for taking deep, necessary breaths? In “Never Fight the Current,” Lena Marie Emrich proposes exactly this, visualizing the moments where in order to remain in motion you must first take a break.
With these new bodies of work, Emrich points toward micro-pauses experienced in everyday liquid life, micro-pauses that are forced while the water keeps flowing, making manifest the seconds between here and there, between now and then. She proposes them as ways to step through the looking glass into whatever might become of this new normal. …" Text: @emiliabedelia__

photo @marjoriebrunetplaza

#lenamarieemrich #neverfightthecurrent #contemporary #contemporaryartist #sculpture #contemporarysculpture #artistberlin #berlin #officeimpart

“In Virginia Woolf’s novel To the Lighthouse, the titular edifice represents a site of desire that may only be reached w...
13/10/2021

“In Virginia Woolf’s novel To the Lighthouse, the titular edifice represents a site of desire that may only be reached with great difficulty. For the protagonists, caught in a web of social and family conventions, the lighthouse engenders projections in their stream of consciousness – while its beam is only able to capture fragments of life in a house on the British coast, the title implying both direction and a homage. If Manuela Leinhoß and Ivan Seal have chosen this text as the fulcrum of their joint exhibition, it is founded on a desire to provide the evident formal and content-related proximity of their work with an open and flexible structure, “an island where we can meet.”
around the house, or within the protagonists’ own heads), the motifs in Ivan Seal’s paintings
and Manuela Leinhoß’s sculptures and installations likewise derive from the domestic realm.
Vessels, furniture, fabrics, and carpets nevertheless lead a life of their own in both of their
work, literally animated and possessing inherent potential for further growth.”

(Part of Bettina Klein text)
"I can't see you coming" with the artists @ManuelaLeinhoß and @Ivanseal in cooperation with @TomReichsteincontemporary in Hamburg.
Opening Wednesday, 20.10.2021 - 6-8 pm
21.10. - 28.11.2021
#ICANTSEEYOUCOMING #manuelaleinhoss #ivanseal #tomreichsteincontemporary #duoexhibition #contemporaryart #contemporaryartist #sculpture #contemporarysculpture #exhibition #officeimpart

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