Galerie Anna25

Galerie Anna25 Die Galerie Anna25 wurde 2012 mit dem Projekt Anna25 ins Leben gerufen und im selben Jahr mit festen Ausstellungsräumen in Berlin gefestigt.
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Galerie: Das ganze Jahr über finden dort temporäre Ausstellungen statt, alle drei bis vier Monate werden Künstler der Galerie für 25 Tage präsentiert, eröffnet wird jede Ausstellung mit einer 25-stündigen Vernissage, ganz in der Tradition des 25-Projekts. Projekt: Immer am 25ten alle drei Monate werden für genau 25 Stunden die Arbeiten von verschiedenen Künstlern ausgestellt, darunter sowohl namhafte Kunstschaffende als auch unbekannte, junge Künstler aus Deutschland und dem Ausland. Dabei variieren zum einen die Locations, an denen ausgestellt wird, zum anderen aber auch die Künstler selbst. Das Projekt vereint somit auch nationale und internationale, etablierte und unbekannte Künstler auf einer Fläche. Die Idee dahinter ist, durch diese ungewöhnliche Mischung einen Dialog zwischen kunstschaffenden und kreativen Menschen entstehen zu lassen, jungen Nachwuchskünstlern die Möglichkeit zu geben, auch ohne Bekanntheitsgrad ausstellen zu können, aber zugleich gegenseitige Inspiration zu schaffen.

Galerie: Das ganze Jahr über finden dort temporäre Ausstellungen statt, alle drei bis vier Monate werden Künstler der Galerie für 25 Tage präsentiert, eröffnet wird jede Ausstellung mit einer 25-stündigen Vernissage, ganz in der Tradition des 25-Projekts. Projekt: Immer am 25ten alle drei Monate werden für genau 25 Stunden die Arbeiten von verschiedenen Künstlern ausgestellt, darunter sowohl namhafte Kunstschaffende als auch unbekannte, junge Künstler aus Deutschland und dem Ausland. Dabei variieren zum einen die Locations, an denen ausgestellt wird, zum anderen aber auch die Künstler selbst. Das Projekt vereint somit auch nationale und internationale, etablierte und unbekannte Künstler auf einer Fläche. Die Idee dahinter ist, durch diese ungewöhnliche Mischung einen Dialog zwischen kunstschaffenden und kreativen Menschen entstehen zu lassen, jungen Nachwuchskünstlern die Möglichkeit zu geben, auch ohne Bekanntheitsgrad ausstellen zu können, aber zugleich gegenseitige Inspiration zu schaffen.

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21/10/2020

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20/10/2020

If you were wondering why there were no posts any more, the gallery account got blocked due to inappropriate content 🙄
But we are back and everything which could be against the guidelines got censored!
Hopefully you can enjoy this quick go through the exhibition "Körper und Glied" by Pham Thai Ho anyway!

Die Frage in wie weit sich Pham Thai Ho in dem Kanon neuer Richtungsweisender Kunst stellen lässt ist bestimmt schon auf...
18/09/2020

Die Frage in wie weit sich Pham Thai Ho in dem Kanon neuer Richtungsweisender Kunst stellen lässt ist bestimmt schon aufgekommen.
Hos Arbeitsweise kann neben einigen Arbeiten zeitgenössischer und moderner Künstler gestellt werden, dessen Kunstproduktion sich außerhalb der etablierten und legitimierten Kunstproduktion befindet oder befand.

Beispiele findet ihr hier:

Thomas Ruff: https://www.monopol-magazin.de/fotokuenstler-thomas-ruff-fotografiert-auch-mit-dem-handy

Richard Prince: https://www.nytimes.com/2017/07/20/arts/design/richard-prince-instagram-copyright-lawsuit.html

Arnuf Rainer: https://noe.orf.at/stories/3025026/

Werk: Pham Thai Ho, Tanz mit dem Wolf, 2020, Klebetattoo, Ölmischtechnik auf Leinwand, 70 x 105 cm

Art works partly censored due to guidelines***Hos Mixed Media works approach these challenges aggressively, but above al...
16/09/2020

Art works partly censored due to guidelines
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Hos Mixed Media works approach these challenges aggressively, but above all from a clearly subjective position: In the installation "Power Violence", the artist makes baseball bats covered with Dick Pics wait threateningly for their use. The rather subtle aggressiveness of an unsolicited photo of an erect pen*s can no longer be denied or played down in this connection. The pen*s as a weapon, as an instrument of power, does not invite, it invites and invites. The threat that emanates from a masculinity that cannot or does not want to see these connotations with its own sex becomes tangible. The viewer is left with the defensive gesture because this cultural fixation on the phallus also has something ridiculous about it. Another conceivable twist is the possibility of self-defence offered by the baseball bat: Smash the patriachy!
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Hos Mixed Media Arbeiten gehen diese Herausforderungen aggressiv, aber vor allem auch aus einer eindeutig subjektiven Position heraus an: In der Installation „Power Violence“ lässt der Künstler mit Dick Pics beklebte Baseballschläger bedrohlich auf ihren Einsatz warten. Die eher subtile Aggressivität eines unaufgefordert verschickten Fotos eines eregierten Pen*s kann in dieser Verbindung nicht mehr geleugnet oder heruntergespielt werden. Der Pen*s als Waffe, als Machtinstrument, lädt nicht ein, er fordert auf und ein. Die Bedrohung, die von einer Männlichkeit ausgeht, die diese Konnotationen mit dem eigenen Geschlecht nicht sehen kann oder will, wird fassbar. Den Betrachtenden bleibt die abwehrende Geste, denn diese kulturelle Fixierung auf den Phallus hat ganz geradeheraus auch etwas Lächerliches. Eine weitere denkbare Wendung ist die Möglichkeit der Selbstverteidigung, die der Baseballschläger anbietet: Smash the patriachy!

Text: Dr. Alessa K. Paluch

Art pieces:
Das Brecheisen, 2020, Baseballschläger, Klebetattoo, 80 x 5 x 5 cm
Das Klappmesser, 2020, Baseballschläger, Klebetattoo, 80 x 5 x 5 cm
Das Taschenmesser 2020, Baseballschläger, Klebetattoo, 80 x 5 x 5 cm
Der Eispickel, 2020, Baseballschläger, Klebetattoo, 80 x 5 x 5 cm

Painting a young maiden is similar to cavorting with great abandon. It is the finest refreshment.- Peter Paul Rubens - A...
15/09/2020

Painting a young maiden is similar to cavorting with great abandon. It is the finest refreshment.

- Peter Paul Rubens -

Art piece:
Pham Thai Ho, Es hat was zu tun mit Vögeln, 2020, temporary tattoo, oil mix technique on photo canvas, 60 x 80 cm

Adam an Eve wish you a great start into the new week!Art piece: Pham Thai Ho, Only God can judge me, 2020, temporary tat...
14/09/2020

Adam an Eve wish you a great start into the new week!

Art piece: Pham Thai Ho, Only God can judge me, 2020, temporary tattoos, rubberdolls, LED light, wood, 200 x 250 cm

2013 Pham Thai Ho had his first exhibition "Kreislauf der Banalität" at this gallery. Banality is perceived as something...
12/09/2020

2013 Pham Thai Ho had his first exhibition "Kreislauf der Banalität" at this gallery.

Banality is perceived as something trivial and shallow, a statement or an activity that does not involve any new ideas or values, a routine that accompanies us in our everyday life. In his new series "Circle of Banality" Thai Ho Pham proclaims the end of this triviality.

Smartphone – a trivial, modern object, becomes an inspiration. Nowadays almost everyone has one and enjoys its benefits. One of the most popular function of the smartphone is a camera. Everyone and everything can be photographed and published online. The product of this contemporary medium is to be found in every work of Thai Ho Pham. A spontaneous mobile photo is enhanced by the artist. Printed on a canvas photos are rehandled with oil mixed media. It remains unclear for the viewer what was printed and what was painted. Through the use of art historical motifs and the tattoo language, the artist completely alienates the activities and routines from everyday life.

Moreover, Thai Ho Pham breaks with the tradition of white canvas by using the photo printing on them. The artist refers to over aesthetics of our society. Everywhere – on the streets, in the shop windows and on TV, people try to make something "artistic" connected with design, dance or street art. Not everything is art, but everything can become art. Thai Ho Pham shows in his works that it is enough to appreciate the little things in life and at the same time he criticizes the bohémian zeitgeist of our society.

Artworks:
Caravaggios Träume, 2012, Oil mix technique on photocanvas, 100 x 75 cm
Selbstbildnis meiner Eitelkeit, 2012, Oil mix technique on photocanvas, 100 x 75 cm
Meine inneren Dämonen, 2012, Oil mix technique on photocanvas, 75 x 100 cm
Supperstar, 2012, Oil mix technique on photocanvas, 75 x 100 cm

09/09/2020

Körper und Glied - Room Tour 1

See you later at the Livestream ( 3:30 pm)
09/09/2020

See you later at the Livestream ( 3:30 pm)

It makes you take notice in a way that you wouldn’t do with something that’s just normal.- Ron Mueck -Art piece: Pham Th...
08/09/2020

It makes you take notice in a way that you wouldn’t do with something that’s just normal.

- Ron Mueck -

Art piece:
Pham Thai Ho, Die Angst sitzt mir immer noch im Nacken, 2020, temporary tattoo, oil mixtechnique on canvas, 60 x 40 cm

A new week begins! This Wednesday at 3:30 pm will be here a live stream from this room. Come and join!Art works:Pham Tha...
07/09/2020

A new week begins! This Wednesday at 3:30 pm will be here a live stream from this room. Come and join!

Art works:
Pham Thai Ho, Tanz mit dem Wolf, 2020, Klebetattoo, Ölmischtechnik auf Leinwand , 70 x 105 cm
Pham Thai Ho, Der menschliche Irrsinn, 2020, Klebetattoo, Ölmischtechnik auf Leinwand, 90 x 55 cm
Pham Thai Ho, Auf die Länge kommt es nicht an, 2020, Klebetattoo, Ölmischtechnik auf Leinwand, 45 x 30 cm

Pham Thai Ho took his job very seriously to show every artwork at the Zoom Opening last week. Thanks to everyone who tun...
05/09/2020

Pham Thai Ho took his job very seriously to show every artwork at the Zoom Opening last week.
Thanks to everyone who tuned in and thank you Pham Thai Ho for presenting everything!

Hand in hand with this toxic, since threatening masculinity goes a more or less subliminal to brutally open misogyny, wh...
02/09/2020

Hand in hand with this toxic, since threatening masculinity goes a more or less subliminal to brutally open misogyny, which - if not its origin, then its legitimation - finds in the Christian history of Adam and Eve and the fall of man caused by the latter. Ho takes up this misogynous myth of origin in his sculpture "Only God can judge me" and explicitly exaggerates it: the plastic skin of two rubber dolls placed in an unambiguous position is covered with Adam and Eve tattoos - motifs from art history, which has seldom been too bad to depict nudity and sexuality under the guise of a condemning school of morality. Ho leads these moral concepts ad absurdum by exchanging the premises: the medium is sinful here, while the symbolic fall from grace appears simple, harmless and above all double-morally charged.
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Hand in Hand mit dieser toxischen, da bedrohlichen Männlichkeit geht eine mehr oder weniger unterschwellige bis brutal offene Frauenfeindlichkeit, die – wenn nicht ihren Ursprung, dann ihre Legitimation – in der christlichen Geschichte von Adam und Eva und dem durch letztere verursachten Sündenfall findet. Ho greift diesen misogynen Ursprungsmythos in seiner Skulptur „Only God can judge me“ auf und überhöht ihn explizit: Die Plastikhaut zweier in eindeutiger Stellung platzierten Gummipuppen ist übersät mit Adam und Eva-Tattoos – Motive aus der Kunstgeschichte, die sich selten zu schade war, Nacktheit und Sexualität unter dem Deckmantel der verurteilenden Moralschule darzustellen. Diese Moralvorstellungen führt Ho ad absurdum, indem er die Prämissen austauscht: Das Medium ist hier sündhaft, während der symbolische Sündenfall bieder, harmlos und vor allem doppelmoralisch aufgeladen erscheint.

Text: Dr. Alessa Paluch

All works, no matter what or by whom painted, are nothing but bagatelles and childish trifles... unless they are made an...
01/09/2020

All works, no matter what or by whom painted, are nothing but bagatelles and childish trifles... unless they are made and painted from life, and there can be nothing... better than to follow nature.

- Caravaggio -

Art work:
Pham Thai Ho, Der menschliche Irrsinn, 2020, Klebetattoo, Ölmischtechnik auf Leinwand, 90 x 55 cm

A great week is ahead of us!Ane this picture is for everyone who is curious which painting finally made it above the cou...
31/08/2020

A great week is ahead of us!
Ane this picture is for everyone who is curious which painting finally made it above the couch.

Art pieces:
Pham Thai Ho, Bitte die Augen auf dem Baum richten, 2020, Klebetattoo, Ölmischtechnik auf Leinwand, 60 x 90 cm
Pham Thai Ho, Chantal, 2020, Klebetattoo, Ölmischtechnik auf Leinwand, 80 x 60 cm

Thank you to everyone who was able to join Pham Thai Ho at his opening!Here you see the artist with his pop-up vendor's ...
29/08/2020

Thank you to everyone who was able to join Pham Thai Ho at his opening!
Here you see the artist with his pop-up vendor's tray from which he sold his print "The eternal Chinese". (Some are still left, just visit the showroom and under online exclusive you will find everything.)

Vernissage: Pham Thai Ho - Körper und Glied can start!
28/08/2020

Vernissage: Pham Thai Ho - Körper und Glied can start!

Tomorrow is the last chance to take a closer look on some pieces of Pham Thai Ho’s last series “Uferlos” before meeting ...
19/08/2020

Tomorrow is the last chance to take a closer look on some pieces of Pham Thai Ho’s last series “Uferlos” before meeting his new works in the upcoming exhibition “Körper und Glied”.
Tomorrow’s finissage of Alessa’s phd exhibition “Visual Affinities” will start at 18h!

Summer Special #1Visualising (and therefor often symbolising) sadness is highly gendered in our visual culture. Often it...
14/08/2020

Summer Special #1

Visualising (and therefor often symbolising) sadness is highly gendered in our visual culture. Often it plays into misogynist ideas of “the weak gender”, not able to help herself, or “the natural woman”, connected to feelings (not mind) by biology and easily overwhelmed. These visualisations are very problematic, especially when presented in such an aesthetic way.
Dr. Alessa Paluch’s visual affinities are still on display until Thursday.

Summer Special #2 - Irish Summer2011 I've had the good fortune of doing an internship at Hillsboro Fine Art and finally ...
13/08/2020

Summer Special #2 - Irish Summer

2011 I've had the good fortune of doing an internship at Hillsboro Fine Art and finally nine years later we are able to work together! John Daly introduced me to Cecilia Bullo, Amanda Doran and George Warren who are featured at the online exclusive show "Irish Summer" and who finally will be shown 2021 in Berlin!

Link to show here: https://showroom.anna25.de/irish-summer

Art works:
Cecilia Bullo, Amulet/Assemblage, 2010, found objects, fabric, bone china, hardware, work lamp, 160 x 150 x 70 cm
Amanda Doran, Messer 3, 2019, oil on canvas, 70 x 50 cm
George Warren, Ego Death, 2020, Acrylic ink on birch panel, framed, 35 x 45 cm

Summer Special #1Pornography is all about excessive visibility. In his series “Uferlos” Pham Thai Ho combines erotic pie...
12/08/2020

Summer Special #1

Pornography is all about excessive visibility. In his series “Uferlos” Pham Thai Ho combines erotic pieces from art history with pornographic film stills. By using his artistic strategy of overlaying and concealing Ho ridicules the voyeur’s urge to see everything. The eye keeps on searching for the explicit details, only to recognise it can’t recognise enough.

Want to try it yourself? Come by on Thursday a d takes a voyeuristic look!

Summer Special #2 - Irish SummerIn painting having a basic plan to follow helps surmount any initial hesitation. But thi...
11/08/2020

Summer Special #2 - Irish Summer

In painting having a basic plan to follow helps surmount any initial hesitation. But this blueprint must be discarded early on and the painting must then be carried by its own momentum. Opportunities present themselves and decisions are made quickly. It is in this uncharted territory between the conscious plan and the opportunistic response that something new is born. In the gap between the structured origin and the introduced elements exists an unplanned result. This is the aspect George Warren most value. This new content emerges unexpectedly and becomes a building block for future work because it can never be recreated spontaneously again.

Online show: https://showroom.anna25.de/irish-summer

Art pieces:
Croc's World, 2020, Acrylic on canvas, 35 x 45 cm
Patient, oil on canvas, 2020, 35 x 45 cm
Drowning Boy, oil on canvas, 2020, 35 x 45 cm
Electrocutioner, oil on canvas, 2020, 35 x 45 cm
Ego Death, 2020, Acrylic ink on birch panel, 35 x 45 cm

You can't start too early with art education! BTW it's pleased chill in the gallery!See you Thursday from 2 pm till 5 pm...
10/08/2020

You can't start too early with art education! BTW it's pleased chill in the gallery!

See you Thursday from 2 pm till 5 pm or by appointment!

Summer Special #1Visual Affinities - If we consider that there is something like a visual language then there are images...
07/08/2020

Summer Special #1

Visual Affinities - If we consider that there is something like a visual language then there are images that function like phrases. We use them to communicate. The Pietá or Lamentation is a christian motif symbolising mourning a loss and being taken over by raw emotions. Most times it is highly gendered, utilising the “female tears” in a broad context of the public sphere and politics.
To examine some more visual affinities please come by on Thursday!

Summer Special #2 - Irish SummerAmanda Doran’s recent work has been exploring her daily surroundings and encounters. Doc...
06/08/2020

Summer Special #2 - Irish Summer

Amanda Doran’s recent work has been exploring her daily surroundings and encounters. Documenting everything from the habitual rituals, eccentricities and quirks of herself, her family, friends and pets. She seeks to find the humour in the mundane and accentuate these fleeting moments that may go unnoticed. Taking inspiration from the essential role that phone photography plays in our daily lives she turned to her own collection of phone photographs to really examine what she deems important enough to capture. Through this exploration she was creating a type of self-portrait comparable to our social media profiles, a causal random selection of images from our day to day life. A digital allegory of an artist’s life retold in paint.

Online show here: https://showroom.anna25.de/irish-summeris

Art pieces:
Comfotrable Shoes, 2019, oil on canvas, 30 x 30 cm
Messer 3, 2019, oil on canvas, 70 x 50 cm
The Thinker, 2019, oil on canvas
Multitasking, 2019 , 70 x 50 cm, Oil on Canvas
The Visitors, 2019, oil on canvas, 101 x 76 cm

Summer Special #1Digging deeper where the art historian collective Tabloid Art History made a perfect point: In her phd ...
05/08/2020

Summer Special #1

Digging deeper where the art historian collective Tabloid Art History made a perfect point: In her phd thesis Alessa Paluch explores the (visual) intermixtures, conditions and structures of celebrity culture and so called High Art as a democratic, public sphere. To see for yourself come by Thursdays from 2 pm - 5 pm.

Summer Special #2Online-Exclusiv-Show: Irish Summer with Cecilia BulloTo the core of Cecilia Bullo’s practice there is a...
04/08/2020

Summer Special #2

Online-Exclusiv-Show: Irish Summer with Cecilia Bullo

To the core of Cecilia Bullo’s practice there is an ongoing research on perceptions of ritualistic processes, such as relics and talismans and the psychological healing effects they may hold. The approach is both on the personal and the quotidian. She explores apotropaic objects such as amulets and their association with healing power or magical properties and their iconographic manifestation in history especially within a feminist political context. Her enquiry examines also the sacrificial role of women, their political body both in mythology and in the contemporary.

Show here: https://showroom.anna25.de/irish-summer

Art pieces:
miracles, 2018, neon, two units, 150 x 20 x 2,5 cm The ‚don’t‘ switches on and off intermittently timed on the pulse of the artist’s heartbeat

Amulet/Assemblage, 2010, found objects, fabric, bone china, hardware, work lamp, 160 x 150 x 70 cm

Wound X, 2006, Candoglia marble, human teeth, 50 x 10 x 8 cm

for Grace Deceived, 2018, dental plaster, bones, Sertraline, lead, velvet , 45 x 45 x 18 cm

Cheonggukjang ‚Dead Body Soup‘ Vessel I – IV, 2013, Bone China, Ink, each 28 x 28 x 2cm

Sometimes you need to take a closer look... If you like to have something special pointed out to you too then come by Th...
03/08/2020

Sometimes you need to take a closer look... If you like to have something special pointed out to you too then come by Thursday ( 2 pm to 5 pm ) or make an appointment!

Works shown here: Pham Thai Ho: Auf Wolke 7, 2017, oil mix technique on foto canvas, 100 x 75 cm (left) and Pham Thai Ho: Wie Pech und Schwefel, 2017, oil mix technique on foto canvas, 100 x 75 cm (right)

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