ROBERT MORAT | GALERIE

ROBERT MORAT | GALERIE ROBERT MORAT | GALERIE Die ROBERT MORAT | GALERIE beschäftigt sich mit zeitgenössischer Fotografie und mit Fotografie des 20. Jahrhunderts und zeigt in ihren Ausstellungsräumen in Berlin wechselnde Ausstellungen deutscher und internationaler Fotografen.

ROBERT MORAT | GALERIE focuses on contemporary photography and photography of the 20th century, showing alternating exhibitions by German and international photographers in Berlin. ROBERT MORAT | GALERIE
Linienstr. 107
10115 Berlin

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OPENING Ron Jude „12Hz“ at our Berlin gallery, Linienstrasse 107 on Friday, Nov 5, 7-9pm and very much looking forward t...
04/11/2021

OPENING Ron Jude „12Hz“ at our Berlin gallery, Linienstrasse 107 on Friday, Nov 5, 7-9pm and very much looking forward to seeing you there!

An artist talk will be hosted by MACK Books at @bildband.berlin, Immanuelkirchstraße 33, tonight, on Thursday, Nov 4 at 7pm!

Ron Jude 12Hz
Exhibition from Nov 6 - Dec 23
Opening reception Nov 5, 7-9pm

“Acts of homage and acts of witness, these photographs induce the requisite wonder and gratitude to spur a much-needed sense of accountability.“ – Los Angeles Times

12 Hz – the lowest sound threshold of human hearing – suggests imperceptible forces, from plate tectonics to the ocean tides, from cycles of growth and decay in the forest, to the incomprehensibility of geological spans of time. The photographs in Ron Jude’s „12 Hz“ allude to the ungraspable scale and veiled mechanics of these phenomena, while acknowledging a desire to gain a broader perspective, beyond the human enterprise, in a time of ecological and political crisis.

“12 Hz“ consists of images of lava tubes and flows, tidal currents, glacial ice and welded tuff formations: pictures describing the raw materials of the planet, those that make organic life possible. The images were made in multiple locations – from the high lava plains, gorges and caves in the state of Oregon, to the glaciers of Iceland and lava flows of Kilauea in Hawaii.

Jude’s photographs do not attempt to tell us how to live or what we have done wrong, nor do they reduce the landscape to something sentimental, tame and possessable. Rather, they endeavour to describe and reckon with forces in our physical world that operate independently of anthropocentric experience. The photographs in 12 Hz work in service to a simple premise: that change is constant, whether we are able to perceive it or not. By stepping back to look at the larger system of flux – of which we are only a small part – this body of work evokes us to find our own pulse, as it were, and assert an appropriately scaled sense of being within the hierarchy of this system.

OPENING Ron Jude „12Hz“ at our Berlin gallery, Linienstrasse 107 on Friday, Nov 5, 7-9pm and very much looking forward to seeing you there!

An artist talk will be hosted by MACK Books at @bildband.berlin, Immanuelkirchstraße 33, tonight, on Thursday, Nov 4 at 7pm!

Ron Jude 12Hz
Exhibition from Nov 6 - Dec 23
Opening reception Nov 5, 7-9pm

“Acts of homage and acts of witness, these photographs induce the requisite wonder and gratitude to spur a much-needed sense of accountability.“ – Los Angeles Times

12 Hz – the lowest sound threshold of human hearing – suggests imperceptible forces, from plate tectonics to the ocean tides, from cycles of growth and decay in the forest, to the incomprehensibility of geological spans of time. The photographs in Ron Jude’s „12 Hz“ allude to the ungraspable scale and veiled mechanics of these phenomena, while acknowledging a desire to gain a broader perspective, beyond the human enterprise, in a time of ecological and political crisis.

“12 Hz“ consists of images of lava tubes and flows, tidal currents, glacial ice and welded tuff formations: pictures describing the raw materials of the planet, those that make organic life possible. The images were made in multiple locations – from the high lava plains, gorges and caves in the state of Oregon, to the glaciers of Iceland and lava flows of Kilauea in Hawaii.

Jude’s photographs do not attempt to tell us how to live or what we have done wrong, nor do they reduce the landscape to something sentimental, tame and possessable. Rather, they endeavour to describe and reckon with forces in our physical world that operate independently of anthropocentric experience. The photographs in 12 Hz work in service to a simple premise: that change is constant, whether we are able to perceive it or not. By stepping back to look at the larger system of flux – of which we are only a small part – this body of work evokes us to find our own pulse, as it were, and assert an appropriately scaled sense of being within the hierarchy of this system.

OPENING Andy Sewell’s „Known and Strange Things Pass“ TOMORROW, on Thursday, September 02!At 6pm, we are hosting a book ...
01/09/2021
Underwater cables: where the ocean meets the internet – in pictures

OPENING Andy Sewell’s „Known and Strange Things Pass“ TOMORROW, on Thursday, September 02!
At 6pm, we are hosting a book signing, guided tour of the exhibition and an artist talk.
Artist Reception at 7pm.
We are very much looking forward to seeing you!

The British photographer Andy Sewell’s latest project, Known and Strange Things Pass, recently published by Skinnerboox for £40, looks at what lies beneath our online life. Mixing images of the internet’s underwater infrastructure with daily life, it explores the physical and metaphorical entan...

TONIGHT! We are very much looking forward to seeing you tonight, Tuesday, July 20, 6-9pm, for an ARTIST TALK with Andrea...
20/07/2021

TONIGHT! We are very much looking forward to seeing you tonight, Tuesday, July 20, 6-9pm, for an ARTIST TALK with Andrea Grützner and a glas of Rosé that we brought with us from Arles last week.

No need to book or rsvp, no need to test either. We will mainly host outside and Andrea will take small groups of 3 or 4 through her exhibition of „Erbgericht - Neu Räume“. Inside the gallery, we will ask you to please wear a mask and keep you distance.

TONIGHT! We are very much looking forward to seeing you tonight, Tuesday, July 20, 6-9pm, for an ARTIST TALK with Andrea Grützner and a glas of Rosé that we brought with us from Arles last week.

No need to book or rsvp, no need to test either. We will mainly host outside and Andrea will take small groups of 3 or 4 through her exhibition of „Erbgericht - Neu Räume“. Inside the gallery, we will ask you to please wear a mask and keep you distance.

Arles, here we come! Done framing and preparing shipping of Jessica Backhaus‘ new CUT OUTS pieces for The Eye Sees, wher...
25/06/2021

Arles, here we come! Done framing and preparing shipping of Jessica Backhaus‘ new CUT OUTS pieces for The Eye Sees, where they will be on show during the opening week of the Rencontres, July 5 to 11!

SOFT OPENING on Monday July 5, between 3.00pm and 7.30pm! The Eye Sees is located 68/70 Rue du 4 Septembre, near Place du Forum next to Hotel L’Arlatan in the historic center of Arles. We are very much looking forward to seeing you there! 🇫🇷😎💥

Arles, here we come! Done framing and preparing shipping of Jessica Backhaus‘ new CUT OUTS pieces for The Eye Sees, where they will be on show during the opening week of the Rencontres, July 5 to 11!

SOFT OPENING on Monday July 5, between 3.00pm and 7.30pm! The Eye Sees is located 68/70 Rue du 4 Septembre, near Place du Forum next to Hotel L’Arlatan in the historic center of Arles. We are very much looking forward to seeing you there! 🇫🇷😎💥

31/05/2021
Galleries in Berlin are open and are putting up a strong program for this year‘s GALLERY WEEKEND! Please check it out he...
29/04/2021

Galleries in Berlin are open and are putting up a strong program for this year‘s GALLERY WEEKEND! Please check it out here:

https://www.gallery-weekend-berlin.de/

We are working regular opening hours, 12-6pm. Andrea Grützner‘s „Erbgericht - Neue Räume“ is on show. Visitors must be able to present a negative corona test issued the same day and book an appointment! To book your time slot please simply go here:

https://www.eventbrite.de/e/andrea-grutzner-erbgericht-neue-raume-tickets-148193880887

We are very much looking forward to seeing you!

Galleries in Berlin are open and are putting up a strong program for this year‘s GALLERY WEEKEND! Please check it out here:

https://www.gallery-weekend-berlin.de/

We are working regular opening hours, 12-6pm. Andrea Grützner‘s „Erbgericht - Neue Räume“ is on show. Visitors must be able to present a negative corona test issued the same day and book an appointment! To book your time slot please simply go here:

https://www.eventbrite.de/e/andrea-grutzner-erbgericht-neue-raume-tickets-148193880887

We are very much looking forward to seeing you!

EXHIBITION UPDATE To help stop the further spread of COVID-19, the gallery will take an extended Easter Break and close ...
31/03/2021

EXHIBITION UPDATE
To help stop the further spread of COVID-19, the gallery will take an extended Easter Break and close the space April 1 - 5.

After April 6, complying with new regulations by the Berlin Senate, visitors must register and present a negative corona test issued the same day. To make registering easy, we ask you to please book your time slot online - beforehand or when entering the gallery.

Andrea Grützner „Erbgericht - Neue Räume“ is on view and we very much look forward to seeing you at the gallery!

To book your time slot, please go here:

https://www.eventbrite.de/e/andrea-grutzner-erbgericht-neue-raume-tickets-148193880887

EXHIBITION UPDATE
To help stop the further spread of COVID-19, the gallery will take an extended Easter Break and close the space April 1 - 5.

After April 6, complying with new regulations by the Berlin Senate, visitors must register and present a negative corona test issued the same day. To make registering easy, we ask you to please book your time slot online - beforehand or when entering the gallery.

Andrea Grützner „Erbgericht - Neue Räume“ is on view and we very much look forward to seeing you at the gallery!

To book your time slot, please go here:

https://www.eventbrite.de/e/andrea-grutzner-erbgericht-neue-raume-tickets-148193880887

BOOK YOUR VISIT ONLINE! Via eventbride you can now book your visit to see Andrea Grützner’s „Erbgericht - Neue Räume“ on...
25/03/2021

BOOK YOUR VISIT ONLINE!
Via eventbride you can now book your visit to see Andrea Grützner’s „Erbgericht - Neue Räume“ online!

OPENING WEEKEND today, Friday and Saturday, March 25, 26 and 27. We are open daily 12-6pm. Complying with current corona regulations, visits are by appointment only, we can allow max 3 visitors at a time, appointments are 30 mins, please wear a mask!

We are very much looking forward to seeing you at the gallery!

To book your time slot, please go here:

https://www.eventbrite.de/e/andrea-grutzner-erbgericht-neue-raume-tickets-148193880887

BOOK YOUR VISIT ONLINE!
Via eventbride you can now book your visit to see Andrea Grützner’s „Erbgericht - Neue Räume“ online!

OPENING WEEKEND today, Friday and Saturday, March 25, 26 and 27. We are open daily 12-6pm. Complying with current corona regulations, visits are by appointment only, we can allow max 3 visitors at a time, appointments are 30 mins, please wear a mask!

We are very much looking forward to seeing you at the gallery!

To book your time slot, please go here:

https://www.eventbrite.de/e/andrea-grutzner-erbgericht-neue-raume-tickets-148193880887

EXHIBITION UPDATE! Berlin corona regulations currently allow for us to host an opening weekend for ANDREA GRÜTZNER „ERB...
24/03/2021

EXHIBITION UPDATE! Berlin corona regulations currently allow for us to host an opening weekend for ANDREA GRÜTZNER „ERBGERICHT - NEUE RÄUME“ tomorrow, Friday and Saturday, March 25, 26 and 27. We are open daily 12-6pm, visits by appointment! Appointments can be arranged on short notice, on site. We can allow 3 visitors at a time, please wear a mask!

ERBGERICHT - NEUE RÄUME
For over a hundred years “Erbgericht” is a county inn, a guesthouse in rural Saxony, in a village called Polenz. Andrea Grützner, born 1984 in Pirna, spent her early childhood nearby and tells of a big old house “full of nooks and crannies, whose corners and objects have the memories of generations attached to them. It’s a collage of material built over generations!”.

The images of her series “Erbgericht”, taken in one analog shot, are studies of these corners and objects. Through the use of color flash and the creation of strong shadow lines, the interiors look alienated and transformed. “Shadows are traces and marks that have a direct relation to the object, but through the projection, it can appear twice as big or transformed and changed. Shadows take on their own lives” and thus, says Andrea Grützner, they work a lot like memories.

Five years ago, in spring 2016, the gallery presented the first works from the highly acclaimed series. During the last three years, while Andrea Grützner worked on other projects, completed a Bauhaus residency, accepted several teaching positions and exhibited intensively internationally, several new pictures were taken at “Erbgericht” and the gallery is happy to now be able to show these “new rooms”.

We are very much looking forward to seeing you at the gallery! For more info please go to www.robertmorat.de

EXHIBITION UPDATE! Berlin corona regulations currently allow for us to host an opening weekend for ANDREA GRÜTZNER „ERBGERICHT - NEUE RÄUME“ tomorrow, Friday and Saturday, March 25, 26 and 27. We are open daily 12-6pm, visits by appointment! Appointments can be arranged on short notice, on site. We can allow 3 visitors at a time, please wear a mask!

ERBGERICHT - NEUE RÄUME
For over a hundred years “Erbgericht” is a county inn, a guesthouse in rural Saxony, in a village called Polenz. Andrea Grützner, born 1984 in Pirna, spent her early childhood nearby and tells of a big old house “full of nooks and crannies, whose corners and objects have the memories of generations attached to them. It’s a collage of material built over generations!”.

The images of her series “Erbgericht”, taken in one analog shot, are studies of these corners and objects. Through the use of color flash and the creation of strong shadow lines, the interiors look alienated and transformed. “Shadows are traces and marks that have a direct relation to the object, but through the projection, it can appear twice as big or transformed and changed. Shadows take on their own lives” and thus, says Andrea Grützner, they work a lot like memories.

Five years ago, in spring 2016, the gallery presented the first works from the highly acclaimed series. During the last three years, while Andrea Grützner worked on other projects, completed a Bauhaus residency, accepted several teaching positions and exhibited intensively internationally, several new pictures were taken at “Erbgericht” and the gallery is happy to now be able to show these “new rooms”.

We are very much looking forward to seeing you at the gallery! For more info please go to www.robertmorat.de

WEEKLY WINDOW #6With the gallery currently closed, WEEKLY WINDOW is an alternating presentation in our window at Liniens...
11/03/2021

WEEKLY WINDOW #6
With the gallery currently closed, WEEKLY WINDOW is an alternating presentation in our window at Linienstrasse 107 in Berlin, showing highlights from the gallery program - a new piece every week! While a work is on display, context and info on the print, the artist and the project will be given here on Instagram.

Today: Andrea Grützner, „Showcase“, 2019, from the series „Hive“, 100 x 133 cm, Pigmemt Print, ed. of 5

Andrea Grützner’s artistic work deals with the emotional and visual perception of spaces. Using mostly photographic means, she finds and creates images as well as objects that oscillate between photography, painting and collage. Andrea Grützner (*1984, Pirna, Germany) lives and works in Berlin.

„Hive is based on a photographic work I shot at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology in 2017, mostly at „New Academic Street“, a large area of the University undergoing major reconstruction and transformation. The reconstructed contemporary education buildings are designed to provide spaces that are felt as common spaces for knowledge sharing. They are meeting and learning environments for students. For me, these maze-like spaces work as a metaphor for orientation and alienation in our modern society. Eclectic interiors draw links to retro computer games that require the player to advance from level to level. Other spaces within the buildings feel alive with the potential to enclose those within them, and some look like three-dimensional comic-strips or a fun house. Through subtle and more obvious manipulations of my photographs – like bold color, double exposure and collage – I highlight my responses to these physical spaces, which allows me to also reveal the playfulness, the absurdity, the uncanny and the artificial that exists within these spaces. I like to question how architecture can have a performative power, and to what extent it can determine human behavior and change our way of living.“ (Andrea Grützner)

SAVE THE DATE: An exhibition of new works from Andrea‘s series „Erbgericht“ opens on March 25! We are very much looking forward to seeing you back at the gallery! For more info please go to www.robertmorat.de

WEEKLY WINDOW #5With the gallery closed until further notice, WEEKLY WINDOW is an alternating presentation in our window...
04/03/2021

WEEKLY WINDOW #5
With the gallery closed until further notice, WEEKLY WINDOW is an alternating presentation in our window at Linienstrasse 107 in Berlin, showing highlights from the gallery program - a new piece every week! While a work is on display, context and info on the print, the artist and the project will be given on Instagram.

Today: Bill Jacobson „figure, ground #234“, 2016, Pigment Print, 75 x 90 cm, edition of 5

Bill Jacobon’s series „figure, ground“ is linked conceptually to Jacobson’s earlier project „Place (Series)“ that the gallery presented during GALLERY WEEKEND 2018. After exploring images in which rectangular forms were placed in a variety of spaces, this series depicts the artist’s interest in the undulating lines inherent in the human body and it’s relationship to the land. The figures in these photographs look away from the camera towards a natural landscape that becomes increasingly out of focus as it recedes. Working with an analog 8 x 10 camera, they are depicted in extraordinarily sharp detail, especially in contrast with the softness of the background. Through the shift in focus and by looking at people’s backs, Jacobson references and contradicts the traditions of both landscape and portrait photography. The photographs suggest that we all face the unknown, as well as our inherent vulnerability in traversing the world around us. These themes are consistent with those in most all of Jacobson’s output over the past twenty-five years.

Bill Jacobson’s work is found in private and public collections internationally, including the Guggenheim Museum; the Whitney Museum; the Metropolitan Museum of Art; Museum of Fine Arts, Houston; San Francisco Museum of Modern Art; Museum of Fine Arts, Boston; the Victoria and Albert Museum; among many others. Jacobson has received fellowships from the John Simon Guggenheim Foundation (2012), the Aaron Siskind Foundation (1995), and the New York Foundation for the Arts (1994). Since 2007 he has taught in the Bard/ICP MFA program based in New York. Born 1955 in Norwich, Connecticut, Jacobson now lives and works in New York City.

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