Hua International

Hua International Founded in 2017, the gallery champions a cosmopolitan program across its Berlin and Beijing spaces, featuring emerging and established international artists with a special emphasis on cross-disciplinary, performative, and socially-engaged art.
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do you feel the same F***y Gicquel.A collaboration with choreographer and performer Alice Heyward, dancers Thanos Frydas...
18/03/2021

do you feel the same F***y Gicquel.
A collaboration with choreographer and performer Alice Heyward, dancers Thanos Frydas, Leah Katz, Leah Marojević, Mickey Mahar, and Luísa Saraiva. Composer: Delawhere. 
Performance dates to come.

We are pleased to announce the reopening of the Berlin space from March 9th, 2021! We are looking forward to welcoming you to visit our current exhibition do you feel the same by F***y Gicquel. Visits need to be reserved in advance, please do contact us.

Images courtesy of the artist and Hua International, Berlin. Photo by @timoohler

@fanny.gicquel @aliceklargut @leaaaahkatz @leahmarojevic @luisamsaraiva @mikceyy @buddytaping @delawhere_ #reopening #currentexhibition

We are pleased to announce the reopening of the Berlin space from March 9th, 2021! We are looking forward to welcoming y...
08/03/2021

We are pleased to announce the reopening of the Berlin space from March 9th, 2021! We are looking forward to welcoming you to visit our current exhibition do you feel the same by F***y Gicquel. Visits need to be reserved in advance, please do contact us at [email protected] * or pm us on Instagram.

do you feel the same F***y Gicquel.
A collaboration with choreographer and performer Alice Heyward, dancers Thanos Frydas, Leah Katz, Leah Marojević, Mickey Mahar, and Luísa Saraiva. Composer: Delawhere. 
Performance dates to come.

Images courtesy of the artist and Hua International, Berlin. Photo by @timoohler

@fanny.gicquel @aliceklargut @leaaaahkatz @leahmarojevic @luisamsaraiva @mikceyy @buddytaping @delawhere_ #reopening #currentexhibition

05/03/2021

F***y Gicquel
Hua International Berlin

"EXHIBITION-PERFORMANCE" in collaboration with choreographer and performer Alice Heyward, dancers Thanos Frydas, Leah Katz, Leah Marojević, Mickey Mahar, and Luísa Saraiva. Composer: Delawhere. Video by Agustín Farías.

@fanny.gicquel @aliceklargut @buddytaping @leaaaahkatz @leahmarojevic @mikceyy @luisamsaraiva @delawhere_ @agustinfar @xiaochan_hua

#sundayopenlightson TODAY! From noon to 7pm, the motto is once more: Lights On!We are honored to present F***Y GICQUEL'S...
28/02/2021

#sundayopenlightson
TODAY! From noon to 7pm, the motto is once more: Lights On!

We are honored to present F***Y GICQUEL'S first "EXHIBITION-PERFORMANCE" at our Berlin location. Come and check in the Mercator Höfe today!

F***y Gicquel 
do you feel the same 

"EXHIBITION-PERFORMANCE" in collaboration with choreographer and performer Alice Heyward, dancers Thanos Frydas, Leah Katz, Leah Marojević, Mickey Mahar, and Luísa Saraiva. Composer: Delawhere

@fanny.gicquel @aliceklargut @leaaaahkatz @leahmarojevic @luisamsaraiva @mikceyy @buddytaping @delawhere_ @xiaochan_hua
#indexberlin #indexsundayopen @index_berlin

F***y Gicquel do you feel the same "EXHIBITION-PERFORMANCE" in collaboration with choreographer and performer Alice Heyw...
26/02/2021

F***y Gicquel 
do you feel the same 
"EXHIBITION-PERFORMANCE" in collaboration with choreographer and performer Alice Heyward, dancers Thanos Frydas, Leah Katz, Leah Marojević, Mickey Mahar, and Luísa Saraiva. Composer: Delawhere

We are honored to present F***Y GICQUEL'S first "EXHIBITION-PERFORMANCE" at our Berlin location, which can be visited by scheduling a virtual tour. Please do contact us at [email protected]

Please visit our online viewing room from March 6 onwards at hua-international.com

Images courtesy of the artist and Hua International, Berlin. Photos by Robert Rieger.

@fanny.gicquel @aliceklargut @buddytaping @leahmarojevic @leahmarojevic @mikceyy @luisamsaraiva #huainternational #upcomingexhibition

28/01/2021

Dreamday's refuge, F***y Gicquel, 2020, video 2.27 ’’, music composer: Delawhere.

Dreamday's Refuge is a short video inspired by the form of the poem where the abstract and the real meet and where the meaning between things is perhaps more important than the things themselves. Situated between dream and reality, abstract and formal links are woven between elements such as the cavity of a shell and that of an ear, or the round container of a snail shell and that of the belly of pregnant woman. I propose here to question the beings and the forms that occur in dreamday's refuge, of folds, of interiority. Certain dialectics specific to shells, analyzed by Gaston Bachelard in his work The poetics of space such as inhabited and empty, the small and the large, the hidden and the manifest, the smooth and the rough become visible plastic patterns in the video.

The video made up of a short sequence blending into each other is close to an aesthetic of ritual: I bathe a seashell left for 30 years in my grandparents' window, I painted my cousin as a woman-sky, his movement of the arms is borrowed from the rituals of ode to the natural elements, I paint snails with silver leaf… Each image has a story and a preciousness.

In the exhibition space @theleftplacetherightspace , the video appears and disappears every ten minutes like an image emerging with the mysteriousness of dreams and their associations. The music was performed by my fellow collaborator Delawhere and was constructed by association based on divergent feelings of tranquility or angst.
—— F***y Gicquel

26/01/2021

The plastic river has no corners
By Rafael Domenech @r_domenech

14/01/2021

Tropical Room by Chen Dandizi at Hua International Beijing.
Until 30.01.2021

"The land in the tropics is always in a subordinate position. Western colonialism has brought it something that is both poison and medicine, which has interchangeably transformed the appearance of the tropics."
——Chen Dandizi

With the greeting of this chilly winter in Beijing, Hua International is pleased to present Tropical Room, Chen Dandizi’s first solo exhibition in Beijing, who is an artist based in Southern China. Continually created on the central themes of self-knowledge, nature and observation of imaginary landscape, Chen Dandizi uses video, installation and literature to explore constantly the perception and experience of natural environment, human emotion and artificial world.

This exhibition will systematically present Chen Dandizi’s recent artistic thinking and practice. Under the propositions of "tropical" and "empire”, the artist discerns the subtle emotional feelings from silence based on daily life.

01/01/2021

Hua International wishes you a safe and joyous holiday season. May we find balance in the new year!

The Beijing gallery will be closed until 3rd January. Berlin gallery will be reopened on the 12th of January. Looking forward to seeing you in 2021!

#2021 #holidayseason #happynewyear #huainternational

Hua International wishes you a safe and joyous holiday season. May we find balance in the new year!The gallery in Berlin...
24/12/2020

Hua International wishes you a safe and joyous holiday season. May we find balance in the new year!

The gallery in Berlin will reopen on Tuesday, 12 January, 2021, with the exhibition GREEN GO HOME!

The Beijing gallery will open regularly during the holiday season with the solo exhibition TROPICAL ROOM by Chen Dandizi.

Photo 01: Green Go Home, 2020, installation view. Photo by @timoohler
Photo 2: Dazed(detail), Chen Dandizi, Jesus statue, stainless steel bracket, colorful plastic beads, transparent fishing thread, wood board, plastic fruit, paint, artificial moss, soil.

#greengohome #tropicalroom #holidayseason #winterbreak

Green Go Homeat Hua International Berlin. Hua International is pleased to present the Berlin edition of Green Go Home, b...
18/12/2020

Green Go Home
at Hua International Berlin.

Hua International is pleased to present the Berlin edition of Green Go Home, by the artists Tomas Vu and Rirkrit Tiravanija, with works by Saâdane Afif, Nevin Aladağ, Julieta Aranda, Nigin Beck, Monica Bonvicini, Rafael Domenech, Eliza Douglas, Cecilia Granara, Elizabeth Jaeger, Tony Just, Fabian Knecht, Daniel Knorr, Zoë Claire Miller, Jorge Pardo, Anri Sala, Alvaro Urbano, Danh Vō, Raphaela Vogel, Peter Welz and Jonas Wendelin.

Green Go Home continually modifies its mediums, manifesting differently each time that it occupies a new landscape. Conceived as a form of a dynamic dialogue with the looming protests and civil unrest throughout the world today, this context-responsive undertaking brings together found images and evocative text that equally recall the fragmented language of self-actualization found on many social media platforms and the poetic, agit-prop of historical movements like the Situationist International. The grid of images takes on a polyphonic relationship to Tiravanija’s written statement, thereby interweaving layers of interpretation, readings, and misunderstandings.
With a conceptually- and socially-engaged artistic practice that intersects with notions related to place, care, and collaboration, Tiravanija’s works often seek to build bridges and foster relationships between local collaborators. In the Berlin iteration of Green Go Home, the works of the Berlin-based artists take center stage, ranging from subtle personal interventions to more politically-charged contributions that directly react to local politics. Vu and Tiravanija have invited local artists they admire, both long-term colleagues and strangers, ranging from emerging artists to those with internationally-established careers.

Photo: @timoohler

#greengohome #currentexhibition #rirkrittiravanija @tomasstudio

Green Go Home06.12.2020 - 23.01.2021at Hua International Berlin, Show Room Hua International is pleased to present the B...
15/12/2020

Green Go Home
06.12.2020 - 23.01.2021
at Hua International Berlin, Show Room

Hua International is pleased to present the Berlin edition of Green Go Home, by the artists Tomas Vu and Rirkrit Tiravanija, with works by Saâdane Afif, Nevin Aladağ, Julieta Aranda, Nigin Beck, Monica Bonvicini, Rafael Domenech, Eliza Douglas, Cecilia Granara, Elizabeth Jaeger, Tony Just, Fabian Knecht, Daniel Knorr, Zoë Claire Miller, Jorge Pardo, Anri Sala, Alvaro Urbano, Danh Vō, Raphaela Vogel, Peter Welz and Jonas Wendelin.

Green Go Home continually modifies its mediums, manifesting differently each time that it occupies a new landscape. Conceived as a form of a dynamic dialogue with the looming protests and civil unrest throughout the world today, this context-responsive undertaking brings together found images and evocative text that equally recall the fragmented language of self-actualization found on many social media platforms and the poetic, agit-prop of historical movements like the Situationist International. The grid of images takes on a polyphonic relationship to Tiravanija’s written statement, thereby interweaving layers of interpretation, readings, and misunderstandings.
With a conceptually- and socially-engaged artistic practice that intersects with notions related to place, care, and collaboration, Tiravanija’s works often seek to build bridges and foster relationships between local collaborators. In the Berlin iteration of Green Go Home, the works of the Berlin-based artists take center stage, ranging from subtle personal interventions to more politically-charged contributions that directly react to local politics. Vu and Tiravanija have invited local artists they admire, both long-term colleagues and strangers, ranging from emerging artists to those with internationally-established careers.

Photo by @timoohler

#greengohome #currentexhibition #rirkrittiravanija #danhvō @tomasstudio

Green Go Home06.12.2020 - 23.01.2021at Hua International Berlin, Show Room Hua International is pleased to present the B...
10/12/2020

Green Go Home
06.12.2020 - 23.01.2021
at Hua International Berlin, Show Room

Hua International is pleased to present the Berlin edition of Green Go Home, by the artists Tomas Vu and Rirkrit Tiravanija, with works by Saâdane Afif, Nevin Aladağ, Julieta Aranda, Nigin Beck, Monica Bonvicini, Rafael Domenech, Eliza Douglas, Cecilia Granara, Elizabeth Jaeger, Tony Just, Fabian Knecht, Daniel Knorr, Zoë Claire Miller, Jorge Pardo, Anri Sala, Alvaro Urbano, Danh Vō, Raphaela Vogel, Peter Welz and Jonas Wendelin.

Green Go Home continually modifies its mediums, manifesting differently each time that it occupies a new landscape. Conceived as a form of a dynamic dialogue with the looming protests and civil unrest throughout the world today, this context-responsive undertaking brings together found images and evocative text that equally recall the fragmented language of self-actualization found on many social media platforms and the poetic, agit-prop of historical movements like the Situationist International. The grid of images takes on a polyphonic relationship to Tiravanija’s written statement, thereby interweaving layers of interpretation, readings, and misunderstandings.
With a conceptually- and socially-engaged artistic practice that intersects with notions related to place, care, and collaboration, Tiravanija’s works often seek to build bridges and foster relationships between local collaborators. In the Berlin iteration of Green Go Home, the works of the Berlin-based artists take center stage, ranging from subtle personal interventions to more politically-charged contributions that directly react to local politics. Vu and Tiravanija have invited local artists they admire, both long-term colleagues and strangers, ranging from emerging artists to those with internationally-established careers.

#greengohome #currentexhibition

#sundayopen #greengohome 06.12.2020 from 12pmHua International is pleased to join the Sunday Open organized by Index Ber...
05/12/2020

#sundayopen #greengohome
06.12.2020 from 12pm
Hua International is pleased to join the Sunday Open organized by Index Berlin with the Berlin edition of Green Go Home, a collaborative project initiated by the internationally acclaimed artists Tomas Vu and Rirkrit Tiravanija.

@tomasstudio #rirkrittiravanija @lagunastribute @nevin_aladag @julietaranda @niginthekid @bonvicinimonica @r_domenech @elizad0uglas @ceciliagranara @elizabethjaeger @just.tony @sejlakameric @studiofabianknecht @daniel__knorr @zoe.c.miller @jorgepardosculpture #anrisala @alvaro_urbano #danhvō @rada_vogel @peter.welz @jonas_wendelin

#upcomingexhibition Green Go HomeOpening: 06.12.2020, from 12pm 06.12.2020 - 23.01.2021at Hua International Berlin, Show...
04/12/2020

#upcomingexhibition
Green Go Home
Opening: 06.12.2020, from 12pm
06.12.2020 - 23.01.2021
at Hua International Berlin, Show Room

Hua International is pleased to present the Berlin edition of Green Go Home, by the artists Tomas Vu and Rirkrit Tiravanija, with works by Saâdane Afif, Nevin Aladağ, Julieta Aranda, Nigin Beck, Monica Bonvicini, Rafael Domenech, Eliza Douglas, Cecilia Granara, Elizabeth Jaeger, Tony Just, Fabian Knecht, Daniel Knorr, Zoë Claire Miller, Jorge Pardo, Anri Sala, Alvaro Urbano, Danh Vō, Raphaela Vogel, Peter Welz and Jonas Wendelin.

Green Go Home continually modifies its mediums, manifesting differently each time that it occupies a new landscape. Conceived as a form of a dynamic dialogue with the looming protests and civil unrest throughout the world today, this context-responsive undertaking brings together found images and evocative text that equally recall the fragmented language of self-actualization found on many social media platforms and the poetic, agit-prop of historical movements like the Situationist International. The grid of images takes on a polyphonic relationship to Tiravanija’s written statement, thereby interweaving layers of interpretation, readings, and misunderstandings.
With a conceptually- and socially-engaged artistic practice that intersects with notions related to place, care, and collaboration, Tiravanija’s works often seek to build bridges and foster relationships between local collaborators. In the Berlin iteration of Green Go Home, the works of the Berlin-based artists take center stage, ranging from subtle personal interventions to more politically-charged contributions that directly react to local politics. Vu and Tiravanija have invited local artists they admire, both long-term colleagues and strangers, ranging from emerging artists to those with internationally-established careers.

Green Go HomeOpening: 06.12.2020 from 12pm 06.12.2020-23.01.2021Hua International Berlin, Show Room Hua International is...
03/12/2020

Green Go Home
Opening: 06.12.2020 from 12pm
06.12.2020-23.01.2021
Hua International Berlin, Show Room

Hua International is pleased to present the Berlin edition of Green Go Home, by the artists Tomas Vu and Rirkrit Tiravanija, with works by Saâdane Afif, Nevin Aladağ, Julieta Aranda, Nigin Beck, Monica Bonvicini, Rafael Domenech, Eliza Douglas, Cecilia Granara, Elizabeth Jaeger, Tony Just, Šejla Kamerić, Fabian Knecht, Daniel Knorr, Zoë Claire Miller, Jorge Pardo, Anri Sala, Alvaro Urbano, Raphaela Vogel, Peter Welz and Jonas Wendelin.

Green Go Home continually modifies its mediums, manifesting differently each time that it occupies a new landscape. Conceived as a form of a dynamic dialogue with the looming protests and civil unrest throughout the world today, this context-responsive undertaking brings together found images and evocative text that equally recall the fragmented language of self-actualization found on many social media platforms and the poetic, agit-prop of historical movements like the Situationist International. The grid of images takes on a polyphonic relationship to Tiravanija’s written statement, thereby interweaving layers of interpretation, readings, and misunderstandings.
With a conceptually- and socially-engaged artistic practice that intersects with notions related to place, care, and collaboration, Tiravanija’s works often seek to build bridges and foster relationships between local collaborators. In the Berlin iteration of Green Go Home, the works of the Berlin-based artists take center stage, ranging from subtle personal interventions to more politically-charged contributions that directly react to local politics. Vu and Tiravanija have invited local artists they admire, both long-term colleagues and strangers, ranging from emerging artists to those with internationally-established careers

#greengohome
@tomasstudio #rirkrittiravanija @lagunastribute @nevin_aladag @julietaranda @niginthekid @bonvicinimonica @r_domenech @elizad0uglas @ceciliagranara @elizabethjaeger @just.tony @sejlakameric @studiofabianknecht @daniel__knorr @zoe.c.miller @jorgepardosculpture #anrisala @alvaro_urbano @rada_vogel @peter.welz @jonas_wendelin

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