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Miettinen Collection I Salon Dahlmann The Salon Dahlmann is named after Hildegard Dahlmann, the last owner of the house. The building was acquired by the Miettinen family in 2010.

With the Salon Dahlmann, Timo Miettinen has established a link to Berlin’s salon culture tradition, which emerged not far from the Marburger 3, in the area of the Kurfürstendamm in West Berlin. The Salon presents an eclectic program including a range of different formats: exhibitions, concerts, performances, workshops and encounters of creative people and professionals in many fields. The institut

With the Salon Dahlmann, Timo Miettinen has established a link to Berlin’s salon culture tradition, which emerged not far from the Marburger 3, in the area of the Kurfürstendamm in West Berlin. The Salon presents an eclectic program including a range of different formats: exhibitions, concerts, performances, workshops and encounters of creative people and professionals in many fields. The institut

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OPEN NOW, please join us this Saturday at our collection to see our recently opened solo exhibition „It's good to be bac...
04/05/2022

OPEN NOW, please join us this Saturday at our collection to see our recently opened solo exhibition „It's good to be back“ by Spanish painter Secundino Hernández.

We are open this Saturday, 07. May 2022 from 12 - 6pm

If you wish to visit us, please send us an email until Friday noon:

[email protected]

Miettinen Collection
Marburger Str. 3
10789 Berlin

OPEN NOW: The Miettinen Collection is pleased to present the solo exhibition „It's good to be back“ by Spanish painter S...
29/04/2022

OPEN NOW:

The Miettinen Collection is pleased to present the solo exhibition „It's good to be back“ by Spanish painter Secundino Hernández (b. 1975 in Madrid) at the Miettinen Collection from April 29 to July 31, 2022.

Opening hours Gallery Weekend:

Friday, 29. April: 12 - 6 pm
Saturday, 30. April: 12 - 6 pm
Sunday, 01. May: 12 - 6 pm

Image: Secundino Hernández, "It's good to be back", 199 x 344 cm. Courtesy of the artist

It is with great pleasure to announce our new solo exhibition titled „It’s good to be back“ by Secundino Hernández. The ...
25/04/2022

It is with great pleasure to announce our new solo exhibition titled „It’s good to be back“ by Secundino Hernández. The show will present over 60 works – mostly paintings and drawings – from the Miettinen Collection and the archive of the artist.

Please join us this Friday, 29. April from 12-6pm for the opening of Secundino Hernández solo exhibition "It's good to be back“

Opening hours of the collection during gallery weekend:

Saturday, 30th of April from 12-6 pm
Sunday, 01 May from 12 - 6pm

Secundino Hernández was born in 1975 in Madrid, where he currently lives and works. His work is in numerous institutional and private collections, including National Museum of Wales, Cardiff, UK; Auckland Art Gallery, New Zealand; Museo Patio Herreriano, Valladolid, Spain; Helga de Alvear Foundation, Cáceres, Spain; The Rubell Family Collection, Miami, USA; Kunstdepot Göschenen, Switzerland and the Art Gallery of Ontario, Canada.

Image: Secundino Hernández, Melted, 2013, 162 x 132 cm

Norman in front of Norman by Rainer Fetting @rosenthal.norman @rainerfetting Thank you for your visit, your text and tal...
11/04/2022

Norman in front of Norman by Rainer Fetting

@rosenthal.norman
@rainerfetting

Thank you for your visit, your text and talk for the exhibition „Blumen &“

Rainer Fetting
Mönch im Wald
(Norman Rosenthal)
1988
Öl auf Leinen
250 × 220 cm

09/04/2022

Today is the last day to see „Blumen &„ by Rainer FETTING. Finissage on Saturday 9 April from 12 until 6pm.

We are excited to share a new video of our voices series on the work of Rainer Fetting @rainerfetting for Fetting‘s show „Blumen &“.

Today Rainer Fetting shares some insights on his artistic practice and the exhibition „Blumen &“

Thank you to Felix von Boehm and his team from Artbeats Berlin @artbeatsberlin for the editorial video coverage.

The exhibition is on view until 9 April 2022.

The exhibition is co-organised with Galerie Robert Grunenberg @robertgrunenbergberlin

04/04/2022

Last week to see „Blumen &„ by Rainer FETTING. Finissage on Saturday 9 April

We are excited to share a new video of our voices series on the work of Rainer Fetting @rainerfetting for Fetting‘s show „Blumen &“.

Today Rainer Fetting shares some insights on his artistic practice and the exhibition „Blumen &“

Thank you to Felix von Boehm and his team from Artbeats Berlin @artbeatsberlin for the editorial video coverage.

The exhibition is on view until 9 April 2022.

The exhibition is co-organised with Galerie Robert Grunenberg @robertgrunenbergberlin

We are happy to announce the upcoming Sunday Open on March 13 2022 organized by Index Berlin @index_berlin. Come and see...
11/03/2022

We are happy to announce the upcoming Sunday Open on March 13 2022 organized by Index Berlin @index_berlin. Come and see our current exhibition „Blumen &“ by Rainer Fetting.

The Miettinen Collection and 33 Galleries, project spaces and one private collection will open their doors and offer the possibility to visit contemporary art shows in different districts from 12 till 6pm. Swing by.

The exhibition "Blumen &" by Rainer Fetting @rainerfetting is co-organized with Galerie Robert Grunenberg @robertgrunenbergberlin. Please note that the current COVID-19 visitors regulations apply.

Rainer Fetting achieved international recognition with the “New Wild Ones” in the early 1980s. Hardly any movement in post-war Germany’s history of painting has been both as fiercely celebrated and as ferociously ostracized, as the so-called „Heftige Malerei“ („Fierce Painting“) that emerged in West Berlin’s art scene in the late 1970s and early 1980s. With its elements of Expressionist painting, his art formed in opposition to the conventions of Abstract and Conceptual Art toward the end of the 1970s is highly topical again today. Fetting’s artwork is a highly significant precursor for the “q***r” discourses on gender, identity, the individual, and power that not only shape the works of younger generations in our globalized art world but also current mainstream debates. His “expressive” portraits, cityscapes, and landscapes as well as the still lifes and flower paintings on which this exhibition focuses capture psychosocial energies that are evident in every painterly decision he makes. Works from four decades are presented here, some of them unpublished, early drawn studies and paintings from the time Fetting was commuting between New York and Berlin in the 1980s and 1990s in addition to recent paintings, works on paper, and sculptures. An illustrated book is published by Hatje Cantz Verlag in conjunction with the exhibition, with text by Oliver Koerner von Gustorf and Norman Rosenthal.

10 more days to see TOUCH ME: Nudes from the Miettinen Collection Exhibition at the Kunstraum Potsdam until 20thof March...
10/03/2022

10 more days to see TOUCH ME: Nudes from the Miettinen Collection Exhibition at the Kunstraum Potsdam until 20th
of March 2022

Nudity obscures and obliterates, discloses, attracts and rejects. The n**e is the oldest artistic genre and the most enigmatic at that. To this very day it awkwardly bridges high art and po*******hy. Such work can be both at the same time: a source of erotic stimulation and a work of art.

It is precisely this tightrope walk that is to be shown in the
exhibition “TOUCH ME”. Therefore different aspects will be used: nudity in the context of ideals, self-determination or homosexuality are only a few points. The oeuvres are part of the Miettinen Collection.

Based on a text by Boris Pofalla.

with works by: Pourea Alimirzaee, Patrick Angus, Alexander Basil, Katherine Bernhardt, Willi Baumeister, Amoako Boafo, Elina Brotherus, Sophie Calle, Miriam Cahn, Luciano Castelli, William N. Copley, Rainer Fetting, Tom of Finland, Tine Furler, Paris Giachoustidis, Nelsa Guambe, Oska Gutheil, Terrike Haapoja, Hardy Hill, David Hockney, Paul Hutchinson, Allen Jones, Artur Jesus Inkerö, Nam Kim, Jürgen Klauke, Ville Kylätasku, Leiko Ikemura, Brandon Lipchik, Markus Lüpertz, Danica Lundy, Hans-Jörg Mayer, Bjarne Melgaard, Kirsi Mikkola, Murat Önen, Jürgen Ostarhild, Athena Papadopoulos, A.R. Penck, Raymond Pettibon, Francis Picabia, Pablo Picasso, Aurora Reinhardt, Janne Räisänen, Jyrki Riekki, Thomas Ruff, Jaanus Samma, Pola Sieverding, Aiste Stancikaite, Henning Strassburger, Iiu Susiraja, Mari Sunna, Barthélémy Togou, Tommi Toija, Grace Weaver, David Wojnarowicz, Sonja Yakovleva.

Timo Miettinen in front of his portrait by Kirsi Mikkola at the opening of „Touch Me: Nudes from the Miettinen Collectio...
16/02/2022

Timo Miettinen in front of his portrait by Kirsi Mikkola at the opening of „Touch Me: Nudes from the Miettinen Collection“ @kunstraumpotsdam

NOW ON VIEWTouch Me: Nudes from the Miettinen at Kunstraum Potsdam @kunstraumpotsdam Until 20 March 2022 with works by: ...
14/02/2022

NOW ON VIEW

Touch Me: Nudes from the Miettinen at Kunstraum Potsdam @kunstraumpotsdam

Until 20 March 2022

with works by:

Pourea Alimirzaee, Patrick Angus, Alexander Basil, Katherine Bernhardt, Willi Baumeister, Amoako Boafo, Elina Brotherus, Sophie Calle, Miriam Cahn, William N. Copley, Rainer Fetting, Tom of Finland, Tine Furler, Paris Giachoustidis, Nelsa Guambe, Oskar Gutheil, Terrike Haapoja, Hardy Hill, David Hockney, Paul Hutchinson, Allen Jones, Artur Jesus Inkerö, Nam Kim, Jürgen Klauke, Ville Kylätasku, Leiko Ikemura, Brandon Lipchik, Markus Lüpertz, Danica Lundy, Hans-Jörg Mayer, Bjarne Melgaard, Kirsi Mikkola, Murat Önen, Jürgen Ostarhild, Athena Papadopoulos, A.R. Penck, Raymond Pettibon, Francis Picabia, Pablo Picasso, Aurora Reinhardt, Janne Räisänen, Jyrki Riekki, Thomas Ruff, Jaanus Samma, Pola Sieverding, Aiste Stancikaite, Henning Strassburger, Iiu Susiraja, Mari Sunna, Barthélémy Togou, Tommi Toija, Grace Weaver, David Wojnarowicz, Sonja Yakovleva.

Photos by Andreas Klaer and Miettinen Collection

🔜 Exhibition Opening Touch Me: Nudes from the Miettinen Collection at Kunstraum Potsdam @kunstraumpotsdam Opening: 12 Fe...
05/02/2022

🔜 Exhibition Opening

Touch Me: Nudes from the Miettinen Collection at Kunstraum Potsdam @kunstraumpotsdam

Opening: 12 Februar 2022 from 2 to 6pm
12. February till 20 March 2022

The experience of the last two Corona years reveals that the less physical and social a society is, the more present the human body becomes, even if only as an image in media and visual culture. However, anyone who exhibits artistically formed nudity should be aware that it is not "natural" but the product of a complex process. What a body is and what it looks like, what it is allowed to look like, people talk about it all the time. Naked bodies are political. But how exactly? Who is looking at whom? Is it a liberation to show yourself? Or also a compulsion, an expectation? Which body image is the dominant one at a certain time, in a certain place? With its variety and depth of exhibited artwork, the Miettinen Collection can provide answers at its show „Touch Me“ at Kunstraum Potsdam - more than a hundred works from many eras can be seen - it's about nudity in the context of ideals, self-determination or sexuality.

Text passage based on an exhibition text by Boris Pofalla @kunstraumpotsdam

With works by

i.a. Patrick Angus, Alexander Basil, Katherine Bernhardt, Willi Baumeister, Amoako Boafo, Elina Brotherus, Sophie Calle, Miriam Cahn, William N. Copley, Rainer Fetting, Tom of Finland, Oska Gutheil, David Hockney, Paul Hutchinson , Jürgen Klauke, Ville Kylätasku, Leiko Ikemura, Kris Lemsalu, Brandon Lipchik, Markus Lüpertz, Danica Lundy, Hans-Jörg Mayer, Bjarne Melgaard, Kirsi Mikkola, Athena Papadopoulos, A.R. Penck, Raymond Pettibon, Francis Picabia, Pablo Picasso, Aurora Reinhardt, Janne Räisänen, Jyrki Riekki, Thomas Ruff, Jaanus Samma, Pola Sieverding, Henning Strassburger, Iiu Susiraja, Mari Sunna, Barthélémy Togou, Grace Weaver, David Wojnarowicz, Sonja Yakovleva.

13/12/2021

We are excited to share a new video of our voices series on the work of Rainer Fetting @rainerfetting for Fetting‘s show „Blumen &“.

Today Rainer Fetting shares some insights on his artistic practice and the exhibition „Blumen &“

Thank you to Felix von Boehm and his team from Artbeats Berlin @artbeatsberlin for the editorial video coverage.

The exhibition is on view until 9 April 2022.

The show remains closed closed due to Covid-19 [email protected] notice.

The exhibition is co-organised with Galerie Robert Grunenberg @robertgrunenbergberlin

Timo Miettinen is delighted to have welcomed the Major of Berlin Michael Müller tonight at the 104. Independence Day of ...
06/12/2021

Timo Miettinen is delighted to have welcomed the Major of Berlin Michael Müller tonight at the 104. Independence Day of Finland. Artist Rainer Fetting joined Timo and toured them through his current exhibition „Blumen &“ at Salon Dahlmann | Miettinen Collection on view until 9 April 2022. Due to the rising infection rates of Covid, we remain closed until further notice. #miettinencollection #suomi104 #finnishembassy #finnischebotschaftberlin #finnladinstitut #rainerfetting #michaelmüller #willybrandt

Due to the rising Covid infection rates we are closing our collection and the exhibition by Rainer Fetting until further...
02/12/2021

Due to the rising Covid infection rates we are closing our collection and the exhibition by Rainer Fetting until further notice. While we remain closed, we will keep you updated with more video interview on the work of Rainer Fetting.

Best wishes from the Miettinen Collection

Timo Miettinen is looking forward to welcome you this Saturday, 6 November 2021, at the current exhibition „Blumen &“ by...
03/11/2021

Timo Miettinen is looking forward to welcome you this Saturday, 6 November 2021, at the current exhibition „Blumen &“ by Rainer Fetting @rainerfetting at the Miettinen Collection. Doors are open from 12-6pm. Please come by and see more than 50 artworks from Rainer Fetting, spanning four decades of his oeuvre.

Nähdään pian!
See you soon!

Current COVID-safety-measures and 3-G regulations apply, please wear a mask.

The exhibition is co-organised with Galerie Robert Grunenberg @robertgrunenbergberlin

29/10/2021

We are excited to share the first video of our voices series on the work of Rainer Fetting @fetterranova for Fetting‘s show „Blumen &“.

First up is art critic Oliver Koerner von Gustorf, who shares some insights on the oeuvre of Rainer Fetting and the exhibition „Blumen &“

Thank you to Felix von Boehm and his team from Artbeats Berlin @artbeatsberlin for the editorial video coverage.

The exhibition is on view until 9 April 2022.

You can visit the exhibition every Saturday from 12-6pm by appointment only.

The exhibition is co-organised with Galerie Robert Grunenberg @robertgrunenbergberlin

Rainer Fetting @rainerfetting Blumen &until 31. December 2021The Miettinen Collection in cooperation with Galerie Robert...
25/09/2021

Rainer Fetting @rainerfetting
Blumen &
until 31. December 2021

The Miettinen Collection in cooperation with Galerie Robert Grunenberg @robertgrunenbergberlin is proud to present Rainer Fetting: Blumen &, a solo exhibition of the renowned German painter and sculptor. Rainer Fetting achieved international recognition with the "New Wild Ones" in the early 1980s. With its elements of Expressionist painting, his art formed in opposition to the conventions of Abstract and Conceptual Art toward the end of the 1970s is highly topical again today. Fetting's painting is a highly significant precursor for the "q***r" discourses on gender, identity, the individual, and power that not only shape the works of younger generations in our globalized art world but also current mainstream debates. His "expressive" portraits, cityscapes, and landscapes as well as the still lifes and flower paintings on which this exhibition focuses capture psychosocial energies that are evident in every painterly decision he makes. Works from four decades are presented here, some of them unpublished, early drawn studies and paintings from the time Fetting was commuting between New York and Berlin the 1980s and 1990s in addition to recent paintings, works on paper, and sculptures.

An illustrated book is published by Hatje Cantz Verlag @hatjecantzverlag in conjunction with the exhibition, with text by Oliver Koerner von Gustorf @oliverkoerner and Norman Rosenthal @rosenthal.norman

RAINER FETTING (*1949) studied painting at the Hochschule der Künste, Berlin, 1972–78. In 1977, he founded the Galerie am Moritzplatz together with Helmut Middendorf, Salomé, Bernd Zimmer, Anne Jud and Berthold Schepers. From 1983-1994 he lived in New York and Berlin. Recent solo exhibitions have been shown at the Berlinische Galerie, Berlin, and Schloss Gottorf, Schleswig. Rainer Fetting lives and works in Berlin and Westerland.

The exhibition can be visited every Saturday, 12-6pm. Please sign up: [email protected]

Courtesy of the Miettinen Collection and Rainer Fetting

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OPEN NOW, please join us this Saturday at our collection to see our recently opened solo exhibition „It's good to be back“ by Spanish painter Secundino Hernández. We are open this Saturday, 07. May 2022 from 12 - 6pm If you wish to visit us, please send us an email until Friday noon: [email protected] Miettinen Collection Marburger Str. 3 10789 Berlin
OPEN NOW: The Miettinen Collection is pleased to present the solo exhibition „It's good to be back“ by Spanish painter Secundino Hernández (b. 1975 in Madrid) at the Miettinen Collection from April 29 to July 31, 2022. Opening hours Gallery Weekend: Friday, 29. April: 12 - 6 pm Saturday, 30. April: 12 - 6 pm Sunday, 01. May: 12 - 6 pm Image: Secundino Hernández, "It's good to be back", 199 x 344 cm. Courtesy of the artist
It is with great pleasure to announce our new solo exhibition titled „It’s good to be back“ by Secundino Hernández. The show will present over 60 works – mostly paintings and drawings – from the Miettinen Collection and the archive of the artist. Please join us this Friday, 29. April from 12-6pm for the opening of Secundino Hernández solo exhibition "It's good to be back“ Opening hours of the collection during gallery weekend: Saturday, 30th of April from 12-6 pm Sunday, 01 May from 12 - 6pm Secundino Hernández was born in 1975 in Madrid, where he currently lives and works. His work is in numerous institutional and private collections, including National Museum of Wales, Cardiff, UK; Auckland Art Gallery, New Zealand; Museo Patio Herreriano, Valladolid, Spain; Helga de Alvear Foundation, Cáceres, Spain; The Rubell Family Collection, Miami, USA; Kunstdepot Göschenen, Switzerland and the Art Gallery of Ontario, Canada. Image: Secundino Hernández, Melted, 2013, 162 x 132 cm
Norman in front of Norman by Rainer Fetting @rosenthal.norman @rainerfetting Thank you for your visit, your text and talk for the exhibition „Blumen &“ Rainer Fetting Mönch im Wald (Norman Rosenthal) 1988 Öl auf Leinen 250 × 220 cm
Today is the last day to see „Blumen &„ by Rainer FETTING. Finissage on Saturday 9 April from 12 until 6pm. We are excited to share a new video of our voices series on the work of Rainer Fetting @rainerfetting for Fetting‘s show „Blumen &“. Today Rainer Fetting shares some insights on his artistic practice and the exhibition „Blumen &“ Thank you to Felix von Boehm and his team from Artbeats Berlin @artbeatsberlin for the editorial video coverage. The exhibition is on view until 9 April 2022. The exhibition is co-organised with Galerie Robert Grunenberg @robertgrunenbergberlin
Last week to see „Blumen &„ by Rainer FETTING. Finissage on Saturday 9 April We are excited to share a new video of our voices series on the work of Rainer Fetting @rainerfetting for Fetting‘s show „Blumen &“. Today Rainer Fetting shares some insights on his artistic practice and the exhibition „Blumen &“ Thank you to Felix von Boehm and his team from Artbeats Berlin @artbeatsberlin for the editorial video coverage. The exhibition is on view until 9 April 2022. The exhibition is co-organised with Galerie Robert Grunenberg @robertgrunenbergberlin
We are happy to announce the upcoming Sunday Open on March 13 2022 organized by Index Berlin @index_berlin. Come and see our current exhibition „Blumen &“ by Rainer Fetting. The Miettinen Collection and 33 Galleries, project spaces and one private collection will open their doors and offer the possibility to visit contemporary art shows in different districts from 12 till 6pm. Swing by. The exhibition "Blumen &" by Rainer Fetting @rainerfetting is co-organized with Galerie Robert Grunenberg @robertgrunenbergberlin. Please note that the current COVID-19 visitors regulations apply. Rainer Fetting achieved international recognition with the “New Wild Ones” in the early 1980s. Hardly any movement in post-war Germany’s history of painting has been both as fiercely celebrated and as ferociously ostracized, as the so-called „Heftige Malerei“ („Fierce Painting“) that emerged in West Berlin’s art scene in the late 1970s and early 1980s. With its elements of Expressionist painting, his art formed in opposition to the conventions of Abstract and Conceptual Art toward the end of the 1970s is highly topical again today. Fetting’s artwork is a highly significant precursor for the “q***r” discourses on gender, identity, the individual, and power that not only shape the works of younger generations in our globalized art world but also current mainstream debates. His “expressive” portraits, cityscapes, and landscapes as well as the still lifes and flower paintings on which this exhibition focuses capture psychosocial energies that are evident in every painterly decision he makes. Works from four decades are presented here, some of them unpublished, early drawn studies and paintings from the time Fetting was commuting between New York and Berlin in the 1980s and 1990s in addition to recent paintings, works on paper, and sculptures. An illustrated book is published by Hatje Cantz Verlag in conjunction with the exhibition, with text by Oliver Koerner von Gustorf and Norman Rosenthal.
10 more days to see TOUCH ME: Nudes from the Miettinen Collection Exhibition at the Kunstraum Potsdam until 20th of March 2022 Nudity obscures and obliterates, discloses, attracts and rejects. The n**e is the oldest artistic genre and the most enigmatic at that. To this very day it awkwardly bridges high art and po*******hy. Such work can be both at the same time: a source of erotic stimulation and a work of art. It is precisely this tightrope walk that is to be shown in the exhibition “TOUCH ME”. Therefore different aspects will be used: nudity in the context of ideals, self-determination or homosexuality are only a few points. The oeuvres are part of the Miettinen Collection. Based on a text by Boris Pofalla. with works by: Pourea Alimirzaee, Patrick Angus, Alexander Basil, Katherine Bernhardt, Willi Baumeister, Amoako Boafo, Elina Brotherus, Sophie Calle, Miriam Cahn, Luciano Castelli, William N. Copley, Rainer Fetting, Tom of Finland, Tine Furler, Paris Giachoustidis, Nelsa Guambe, Oska Gutheil, Terrike Haapoja, Hardy Hill, David Hockney, Paul Hutchinson, Allen Jones, Artur Jesus Inkerö, Nam Kim, Jürgen Klauke, Ville Kylätasku, Leiko Ikemura, Brandon Lipchik, Markus Lüpertz, Danica Lundy, Hans-Jörg Mayer, Bjarne Melgaard, Kirsi Mikkola, Murat Önen, Jürgen Ostarhild, Athena Papadopoulos, A.R. Penck, Raymond Pettibon, Francis Picabia, Pablo Picasso, Aurora Reinhardt, Janne Räisänen, Jyrki Riekki, Thomas Ruff, Jaanus Samma, Pola Sieverding, Aiste Stancikaite, Henning Strassburger, Iiu Susiraja, Mari Sunna, Barthélémy Togou, Tommi Toija, Grace Weaver, David Wojnarowicz, Sonja Yakovleva.
Timo Miettinen in front of his portrait by Kirsi Mikkola at the opening of „Touch Me: Nudes from the Miettinen Collection“ @kunstraumpotsdam
NOW ON VIEW Touch Me: Nudes from the Miettinen at Kunstraum Potsdam @kunstraumpotsdam Until 20 March 2022 with works by: Pourea Alimirzaee, Patrick Angus, Alexander Basil, Katherine Bernhardt, Willi Baumeister, Amoako Boafo, Elina Brotherus, Sophie Calle, Miriam Cahn, William N. Copley, Rainer Fetting, Tom of Finland, Tine Furler, Paris Giachoustidis, Nelsa Guambe, Oskar Gutheil, Terrike Haapoja, Hardy Hill, David Hockney, Paul Hutchinson, Allen Jones, Artur Jesus Inkerö, Nam Kim, Jürgen Klauke, Ville Kylätasku, Leiko Ikemura, Brandon Lipchik, Markus Lüpertz, Danica Lundy, Hans-Jörg Mayer, Bjarne Melgaard, Kirsi Mikkola, Murat Önen, Jürgen Ostarhild, Athena Papadopoulos, A.R. Penck, Raymond Pettibon, Francis Picabia, Pablo Picasso, Aurora Reinhardt, Janne Räisänen, Jyrki Riekki, Thomas Ruff, Jaanus Samma, Pola Sieverding, Aiste Stancikaite, Henning Strassburger, Iiu Susiraja, Mari Sunna, Barthélémy Togou, Tommi Toija, Grace Weaver, David Wojnarowicz, Sonja Yakovleva. Photos by Andreas Klaer and Miettinen Collection
🔜 Exhibition Opening Touch Me: Nudes from the Miettinen Collection at Kunstraum Potsdam @kunstraumpotsdam Opening: 12 Februar 2022 from 2 to 6pm 12. February till 20 March 2022 The experience of the last two Corona years reveals that the less physical and social a society is, the more present the human body becomes, even if only as an image in media and visual culture. However, anyone who exhibits artistically formed nudity should be aware that it is not "natural" but the product of a complex process. What a body is and what it looks like, what it is allowed to look like, people talk about it all the time. Naked bodies are political. But how exactly? Who is looking at whom? Is it a liberation to show yourself? Or also a compulsion, an expectation? Which body image is the dominant one at a certain time, in a certain place? With its variety and depth of exhibited artwork, the Miettinen Collection can provide answers at its show „Touch Me“ at Kunstraum Potsdam - more than a hundred works from many eras can be seen - it's about nudity in the context of ideals, self-determination or sexuality. Text passage based on an exhibition text by Boris Pofalla @kunstraumpotsdam With works by i.a. Patrick Angus, Alexander Basil, Katherine Bernhardt, Willi Baumeister, Amoako Boafo, Elina Brotherus, Sophie Calle, Miriam Cahn, William N. Copley, Rainer Fetting, Tom of Finland, Oska Gutheil, David Hockney, Paul Hutchinson , Jürgen Klauke, Ville Kylätasku, Leiko Ikemura, Kris Lemsalu, Brandon Lipchik, Markus Lüpertz, Danica Lundy, Hans-Jörg Mayer, Bjarne Melgaard, Kirsi Mikkola, Athena Papadopoulos, A.R. Penck, Raymond Pettibon, Francis Picabia, Pablo Picasso, Aurora Reinhardt, Janne Räisänen, Jyrki Riekki, Thomas Ruff, Jaanus Samma, Pola Sieverding, Henning Strassburger, Iiu Susiraja, Mari Sunna, Barthélémy Togou, Grace Weaver, David Wojnarowicz, Sonja Yakovleva.
We are excited to share a new video of our voices series on the work of Rainer Fetting @rainerfetting for Fetting‘s show „Blumen &“. Today Rainer Fetting shares some insights on his artistic practice and the exhibition „Blumen &“ Thank you to Felix von Boehm and his team from Artbeats Berlin @artbeatsberlin for the editorial video coverage. The exhibition is on view until 9 April 2022. The show remains closed closed due to Covid-19 [email protected] notice. The exhibition is co-organised with Galerie Robert Grunenberg @robertgrunenbergberlin