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Hua International Founded in 2018, 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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#currentexhibition Atlas of Affinities: Vol. 1, The Far-NearNooshin Askari, Chen Dandizi, Kim Farkas, Zishi Han, Christi...
05/05/2022

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Atlas of Affinities: Vol. 1, The Far-Near
Nooshin Askari, Chen Dandizi, Kim Farkas, Zishi Han, Christine Sun Kim, Lucas Odahara, Johanna Unzueta, Xie Lei
29 APRIL - 23 JULY 2022
Hua International Berlin

Rapport, empathy, chemistry, accord, harmony—as designations of relational proximities, affinities can suddenly appear far or near when they turn up in an atlas that places them in relation with one another. The exhibition Atlas of Affinities: Vol. 1, The Far-Near tracks trajectories to, from, and outside the landmass and cultural concept known as Asia, inviting artists to consider and showcase their varying affinities to the concept in the gallery-turned-into-forum.

photo by @timoohler

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Gallery Weekend continues!#currentexhibition Atlas of Affinities: Vol. 1, The Far-NearNooshin Askari, Chen Dandizi, Kim ...
01/05/2022

Gallery Weekend continues!
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Atlas of Affinities: Vol. 1, The Far-Near
Nooshin Askari, Chen Dandizi, Kim Farkas, Zishi Han, Christine Sun Kim, Lucas Odahara, Johanna Unzueta, Xie Lei
29 APRIL - 23 JULY 2022
Hua International Berlin

Rapport, empathy, chemistry, accord, harmony—as designations of relational proximities, affinities can suddenly appear far or near when they turn up in an atlas that places them in relation with one another. The exhibition Atlas of Affinities: Vol. 1, The Far-Near tracks trajectories to, from, and outside the landmass and cultural concept known as Asia, inviting artists to consider and showcase their varying affinities to the concept in the gallery-turned-into-forum.

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Open today until 9pm!#currentexhibition Atlas of Affinities: Vol. 1, The Far-NearNooshin Askari, Chen Dandizi, Kim Farka...
30/04/2022

Open today until 9pm!
#currentexhibition
Atlas of Affinities: Vol. 1, The Far-Near
Nooshin Askari, Chen Dandizi, Kim Farkas, Zishi Han, Christine Sun Kim, Lucas Odahara, Johanna Unzueta, Xie Lei
29 APRIL - 23 JULY 2022
Hua International Berlin

Rapport, empathy, chemistry, accord, harmony—as designations of relational proximities, affinities can suddenly appear far or near when they turn up in an atlas that places them in relation with one another. The exhibition Atlas of Affinities: Vol. 1, The Far-Near tracks trajectories to, from, and outside the landmass and cultural concept known as Asia, inviting artists to consider and showcase their varying affinities to the concept in the gallery-turned-into-forum.

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#upcomingexhibition Atlas of Affinities: Vol. 1, The Far-NearNooshin Askari, Chen Dandizi, Kim Farkas, Zishi Han, Christ...
22/04/2022

#upcomingexhibition
Atlas of Affinities: Vol. 1, The Far-Near
Nooshin Askari, Chen Dandizi, Kim Farkas, Zishi Han, Christine Sun Kim, Lucas Odahara, Johanna Unzueta, Xie Lei
Opening on the 29th April from 1pm
29 APRIL - 23 JULY 2022
Hua International Berlin

Rapport, empathy, chemistry, accord, harmony—as designations of relational proximities, affinities can suddenly appear far or near when they turn up in an atlas that places them in relation with one another. The exhibition Atlas of Affinities: Vol. 1, The Far-Near tracks trajectories to, from, and outside the landmass and cultural concept known as Asia, inviting artists to consider and showcase their varying affinities to the concept in the gallery-turned-into-forum. (text by Jacob Zhicheng Zhang)

Johanna Unzueta, Sin titulo, 2015, felt and wood, 48x31x14cm

Johanna Unzueta (1974, Santiago, Chile) lives and works in New York and Berlin. She received her BFA from Universidad Católica de Chile. Through sculptures and installations made of felt, fabric, and wood, her work questions labor and its technological, historic, and social impacts on the human condition. In each work, she combines elements of craft production and industrialization, considering the different ways in which materials and structures can be manipulated. She has exhibited widely through Europe, North America, and South America, having solo exhibitions and projects at Modern Art Oxford, Oxford, UK, Eli, and Edythe Broad Art Museum, Michigan State University, Sala de Arte Público Siqueiros, Mexico City, the Jewett Art Gallery, Wellesley College, Wellesley, Galería Gabriela Mistral, Santiago de Chile, Galeria Die Ecke, Santiago de Chile, Proyectos Ultravioleta, Guatemala City, Queens Museum of Art, New York, and Or Gallery, Vancouver.

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#upcomingexhibition Atlas of Affinities: Vol. 1, The Far-NearNooshin Askari, Chen Dandizi, Kim Farkas, Zishi Han, Christ...
22/04/2022

#upcomingexhibition
Atlas of Affinities: Vol. 1, The Far-Near
Nooshin Askari, Chen Dandizi, Kim Farkas, Zishi Han, Christine Sun Kim, Lucas Odahara, Johanna Unzueta, Xie Lei
Opening on the 29th April from 1pm
29 APRIL - 23 JULY 2022
Hua International Berlin

Rapport, empathy, chemistry, accord, harmony—as designations of relational proximities, affinities can suddenly appear far or near when they turn up in an atlas that places them in relation with one another. The exhibition Atlas of Affinities: Vol. 1, The Far-Near tracks trajectories to, from, and outside the landmass and cultural concept known as Asia, inviting artists to consider and showcase their varying affinities to the concept in the gallery-turned-into-forum. (text by Jacob Zhicheng Zhang)

Lucas Odahara, Os Desorietes da Pantera (#10), 2021, glazed ceramic tiles, wooden frame, variable dimensions.

Lucas Odahara (born in São Paulo, 1989) is a visual artist living and working in Berlin. Through a variety of media, including ceramics, drawing, and writing, Odahara’s work engages themes of personal and historical memory, gender, and contemporary colonial relations. In his work, Odahara reimagines the materials he encounters as open negotiations in a present that is never complete. In doing so, he often returns to the format of painted ceramic tiles. Employing a technique that has historically served in the depiction of colonial narratives, he welcomes the format’s modularity as a tool for re-imagination. Selected solo exhibitions: Marginal Blues. Space 3353, Geneva; Read Before the Fire. Kunstverein Grafschaft Bentheim, Neuenhaus; Hand Dialogue, Bremen, *Public Art Commission; Under the Influence. Above, the Sun. NUDA magazine, Stockholm. Selected group exhibtions: Into the Drift and Sway. Bärenzwinger, Berlin (2021); Park Platz. Berlinische Galerie, Berlin (2021), Is It Possible to Live Outside of Language?. Indus Valley School of Art and Architecture, Karachi (2019); Palm, Palm, Palmar. POOL JH, Johannesburg (2018); Odarodle: an imaginary their_ story of naturepeoples, 1535-2017. Schwules Museum, Berlin (2017)

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#upcomingexhibition Atlas of Affinities: Vol. 1, The Far-NearNooshin Askari, Chen Dandizi, Kim Farkas, Zishi Han, Christ...
22/04/2022

#upcomingexhibition
Atlas of Affinities: Vol. 1, The Far-Near
Nooshin Askari, Chen Dandizi, Kim Farkas, Zishi Han, Christine Sun Kim, Lucas Odahara, Johanna Unzueta, Xie Lei
Opening on the 29th April from 1pm
29 APRIL - 23 JULY 2022
Hua International Berlin

Rapport, empathy, chemistry, accord, harmony—as designations of relational proximities, affinities can suddenly appear far or near when they turn up in an atlas that places them in relation with one another. The exhibition Atlas of Affinities: Vol. 1, The Far-Near tracks trajectories to, from, and outside the landmass and cultural concept known as Asia, inviting artists to consider and showcase their varying affinities to the concept in the gallery-turned-into-forum. (text by Jacob Zhicheng Zhang)

Christine Sun Kim, three thick echoes, 2022, charcoal on paper, 29.5 x 29.5 cm each (framed)

Christine Sun Kim (1980, Orange County, US) is an American artist based in Berlin. Working predominantly in drawing, performance, and video, Kim’s practice considers how sound operates in society, deconstructing the politics of sound, and exploring oral languages as social currency. Musical notation, written language, American Sign Language (ASL), and the use of the body are all recurring elements in her work. She further uses sound to explore her own relationship to verbal languages and her environment. Kim has exhibited and performed internationally, including at the Queens Museum, New York (2022); the Drawing Center, New York (2022); the Museum für Moderne Kunst, Frankfurt (2021); Manchester International Festival, Manchester (2021); MIT List Visual Arts Center, Cambridge (2020); Whitney Biennial, New York (2019); Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo (2019); Art Institute of Chicago (2018); San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (2017); De Appel Arts Center, Amsterdam (2017); Berlin Biennale (2016); Shanghai Biennale (2016); MoMA PS1, New York (2015) and the Museum of Modern Art, New York (2013), among numerous others. Kim is an inaugural awardee of the Ford and Mellon Foundations’Disabilities Future Fellowship, a TED Senior Fellowship, and an MIT Media Lab Fellowship.

Photos by @timoohler

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#upcomingexhibition Atlas of Affinities: Vol. 1, The Far-NearNooshin Askari, Chen Dandizi, Kim Farkas, Zishi Han, Christ...
22/04/2022

#upcomingexhibition
Atlas of Affinities: Vol. 1, The Far-Near
Nooshin Askari, Chen Dandizi, Kim Farkas, Zishi Han, Christine Sun Kim, Lucas Odahara, Johanna Unzueta, Xie Lei
Opening on the 29th April from 1pm
29 APRIL - 23 JULY 2022
Hua International Berlin

Rapport, empathy, chemistry, accord, harmony—as designations of relational proximities, affinities can suddenly appear far or near when they turn up in an atlas that places them in relation with one another. The exhibition Atlas of Affinities: Vol. 1, The Far-Near tracks trajectories to, from, and outside the landmass and cultural concept known as Asia, inviting artists to consider and showcase their varying affinities to the concept in the gallery-turned-into-forum. (text by Jacob Zhicheng Zhang)

Zishi Han, hold I, 2022, aluminum fly screen chains, bass shakers, wood, amplifier, cables, vibration. variable dimensions

Zishi Han (1990, Beijing, China), lives and works in Frankfurt am Main, Germany, graduating from the Städelschule, Frankfurt am Main, in 2023. Encompassing installation, sculpture, and video, Zishi constructs apparatuses that act as conduits of divergent energy and forces on the nature-culture continuum. Seeping, leaking, vaporizing, trembling, and twitching, objects, and images are kept on the cusp of dead and alive. Through this orchestration of overwhelming sensorial experience, he distills the complexity of a slice of the entangled world into a suspended moment, within which gaps are forced open in the dominant normative regimes. His work has been exhibited at Fondazione Antonio Ratti, MEWO Kunsthalle Memmingen, Nassauischer Kunstverein Wiesbaden, Palmengarten Frankfurt and Whitechapel Gallery.

Photos by @timoohler

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#upcomingexhibition Atlas of Affinities: Vol. 1, The Far-NearNooshin Askari, Chen Dandizi, Kim Farkas, Zishi Han, Christ...
22/04/2022

#upcomingexhibition
Atlas of Affinities: Vol. 1, The Far-Near
Nooshin Askari, Chen Dandizi, Kim Farkas, Zishi Han, Christine Sun Kim, Lucas Odahara, Johanna Unzueta, Xie Lei
Opening on the 29th April from 1pm
29 APRIL - 23 JULY 2022
Hua International Berlin

Rapport, empathy, chemistry, accord, harmony—as designations of relational proximities, affinities can suddenly appear far or near when they turn up in an atlas that places them in relation with one another. The exhibition Atlas of Affinities: Vol. 1, The Far-Near tracks trajectories to, from, and outside the landmass and cultural concept known as Asia, inviting artists to consider and showcase their varying affinities to the concept in the gallery-turned-into-forum. (text by Jacob Zhicheng Zhang)

Kim Farkas, 21-64, 2021, custom composites, LED fixture, electronics, copper, joss paper, reiki stones, variable dimensions

Kim Farkas (1988, Paris, France) lives and works in Paris, France. The artist received his BA in graphic design from Olivier de Serres, Paris, in 2002, his BFA from Beaux-Arts de Paris in 2012, and his MFA from Beaux-Arts de Paris in 2014. His practice developes from hybrid fields between counter-cultures and laboratories of capitalism. By stratifying composite materials, through games of transparency and moiré reflections, he creates worlds within which objects are revealed. Within this internal activity, forms, ideas, and materials become conduits of power, both political and spiritual. Selected exhibitions: FRAC Pays de la Loire, Nantes; Balice Hertling, Paris; Downs & Ross, New York; High Art, Paris; Commonwealth & Council, Los Angeles; Bétonsalon, Paris; Galerie des Filles du Calvaire, Paris; Bagnoler, with Hélène Carbonnel, Bagnolet; Doc, with Grichka Commaret, Paris; From the xmas tree of lucy bull, Los Angeles; Tonus, Paris; Shanaynay, Paris; and Bibliothèque Kandinsky, Centre Pompidou, Paris. He is a recipient of the CNAP Grant and Prix des amis des Beaux-Arts and has been a frequent collaborator with Holoholo Books.

Photos by @timoohler

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#upcomingexhibition Atlas of Affinities: Vol. 1, The Far-NearNooshin Askari, Chen Dandizi, Kim Farkas, Zishi Han, Christ...
22/04/2022

#upcomingexhibition
Atlas of Affinities: Vol. 1, The Far-Near
Nooshin Askari, Chen Dandizi, Kim Farkas, Zishi Han, Christine Sun Kim, Lucas Odahara, Johanna Unzueta, Xie Lei
Opening on the 29th April from 1pm
29 APRIL - 23 JULY 2022
Hua International Berlin

Rapport, empathy, chemistry, accord, harmony—as designations of relational proximities, affinities can suddenly appear far or near when they turn up in an atlas that places them in relation with one another. The exhibition Atlas of Affinities: Vol. 1, The Far-Near tracks trajectories to, from, and outside the landmass and cultural concept known as Asia, inviting artists to consider and showcase their varying affinities to the concept in the gallery-turned-into-forum. (text by Jacob Zhicheng Zhang)

Chen Dandizi, The Sun Never Sets, 2020, Dual-channel video, color, 12’ 29” Edition of 3.

Chen Dandizi (1990, Guangzhou, China) graduated from the oil painting department of Guangzhou Academy of Fine Arts in 2015. Her works are characterized by a symbiosis of media: Her use of video, installation, photography, and literature form integral parts required to illuminate intimate, short-lived moments in time, and human emotion. Her works explore the perception and experience of encounters with reoccurring phenomena of the natural and artificial world. Her works have been included in a recent solo exhibition at Canton Gallery, Guangzhou, China; her group exhibitions were held in OCAT Shenzhen, Para Site, West Bund Art & Design, Beijing Contemporary Art Expo, HUA International, Capsule Gallery, Galleria Continua, Spurs Gallery, Shenzhen Bi-city Biennale of Urbanism/ Architecture, Frick Fine Arts Building University of Pittsburgh, Mexico National Culture Digital Center, Lianzhou Foto Festival 2019. Finalist in the ART SANYA & HUAYU Youth Award.

Photo by @timoohler

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¿Sigues pensando qué regalar a esa persona tan especial? En #mecomprounaobra puedes encontrar arte contemporáneo de las galerías de #ARCOmadrid 2022. Elige la tuya en ARCO e-xhibitions ➡️ https://bit.ly/3DY0Cx4 📅 Hasta el 14 de enero Promueve: #FundaciónARCO 📸 1. Richard Saltoun Gallery - Helen Chadwick 2. Bendana-Pinel Art Contemporain - Lake Verea 3. ALARCON CRIADO - Jorge Yeregui 4. Arcade - Luca Bertolo 5. CarrerasMugica - Azucena Vieites 6. Cibrián - J R Amondarain 7. Eugster || Belgrade 8. Hua International - F***y Gicquel 9. Formato Cómodo - Christian Garcia Bello 10. Persons Projects - Niina Vatanen
This weekend, visit exhibition openings and events at Ashley Berlin, Hua International, Times Art Center Berlin, Akademie der Künste, Galerie Tanja Wagner and other spaces in Berlin:
[COLLABORATIONS] Hua International has an engaging display at ART COLOGNE 2021 together with. The gallery presents unique artists’ books that have fully returned from alternative space dedicated to artists’ books, to the gallery system. As part of the collaboration section, the Cuban-born American-based artist Rafael Domenech present an interrelated cross-section of contemporary artists’ books. The concept focuses on rare book objects, rather than books mass-produced in multiple editions for cheap and easy circulation, that are connected to Domenech’s practice. Domenech is an interdisciplinary artist who is at the forefront of a new generation of artists that is redefining the exhibition experience. He explores notions of architecture, urban design, and contemporary material productions to develop and produce different typologies of objects and spaces, such as experimental publications -seen here- pavilions, installations, and public programs. Learn more at ART COLOGNE until/including 21 November 2021 at Koelnmesse. Tickets are available online only and valid for the coinciding Cologne Fine Art & Design as well.
#REPORT: During Frieze Week in London, Chris Fite-Wassilak picks out the booths and shows that sidestep the urge for simple meaning at a time when every gesture is expected to carry extra weight. #ChrisFiteWassilak #London Alison Jacques Frieze Gagosian Galerie EIGEN + ART Leipzig/Berlin Gasworks Gianni Manhattan Hollybush Gardens Hua International Marian Goodman Gallery Mimosa House Pace Gallery Read here: https://www.art-agenda.com/criticism/426532/london-roundup
Sophie Jung, Laura Helena Wurth, Kito Nedo and Christian Ganzenberg have visited the current Gallery Weekend exhibitions and written tours through four Berlin districts. In addition, find installation views from the Wilhelm Hallen, where eight Berlin galleries, alexander levy, ChertLüdde, Hua International, KLEMM'S, KOW, Kraupa-Tuskany Zeidler, Galeria Plan B and PSM, present the second edition of the group exhibition K60. Furthermore we introduce you to some *Discoveries artists: This time Jasmin Werner at Galerie Guido W. Baudach and Tobias Pils and Joe Bradley at Capitain Petzel. gallery-weekend-berlin.de
ART COLOGNE @HOME in Berlin Offline Viewing starts tomorrow at the Berlin based ART COLOGNE exhibitors! Selected works for their presentation in their booths in Koelnmesse are now on show in their own gallery spaces under the motto: if you cannot travel to ART COLOGNE, the fair comes to you! When in Berlin, make sure to swing by on 20 + 21 November between 11 AM - 6 PM at: Galerie Guido W. Baudach carlier | gebauer ChertLüdde CRONE DITTRICH & SCHLECHTRIEM Galerie EIGEN + ART Leipzig/Berlin Galerie Klaus Gerrit Friese Hua International Kraupa-Tuskany Zeidler KLEMM'S KÖNIG GALERIE alexander levy Daniel Marzona Meyer Riegger Galerie Nagel Draxler Galerie Georg Nothelfer Aurel Scheibler Galerie Thomas Schulte Sexauer Gallery Soy Capitán. Sprüth Magers Galerie Tanja Wagner Image: Asta Gröting (*1961), Drei Seerosenblätter, 2019. Polyurethan (elastomer), epoxy/polyurethan, 243 x 342 x 350 cm / 145 x 152 x 11 cm each. Courtesy carlier | gebauer.
[COLLABORATIONS] THINGS THAT QUICKEN THE HEART is part of GREEN GO HOME, an ongoing, collaborative project initiated by the New York based artist Tomas Vu (*1963). Put into effect in close cooperation with artistic partner Rikrit Tiravanija from the start in 2013 and others like Miguel Cardenas, Angélica Teuta or Rafael Domenech, GREEN GO HOME is a common, flexible and participative installation that has been shown worldwide at diverse art venues. The title GREEN GO HOME refers to the origin of the well know term “Gringo“, an expression used in Latin America to describe a Western foreigner. The attempt of the series is to provide a dynamic, collective contention with the subversive western politics in Latin- and South America. As Vu puts it: “The provocation inherent in GREEN GO HOME is positioned against the subtle underlying subtext of U.S. interventions, and colonialist attitudes, towards its neighbours in Latin American from Mexico southwards: an antagonism that has cost many lives and much strife.” In each installation, the meaning of the piece mutates. The characters and language are specific to the country in which the work is being shown, but more importantly, the people involved shape the piece. They help to create meaning for the piece through their experiences, reflections and interactions. The imagery itself consists of portraits derived from Google searches with text supplied by Rirkrit juxtaposed on top. The presence of each character— from films to music to personalities of resistance — reveals itself to the viewer as addressing the condition of the graffiti text. The figures included vary from country to country, though some figures reappear, as they are, at the crux of this discussion – Ted Kazynski, Alan Turing, Barbarella, Ana Mendieta. The grid holds up the statement and reinforces the layers of interpretation, readings, and misunderstandings. GREEN GO HOME is meant to be a wall of resisters, and of resistance. The artist is represented by Hua International, who participates in ART COLOGNE COLLABORATIONS. While this year's edition of the international art fair had to be postponed to April 2021, there will be many interesting talks and livestreams during the original November fair dates. Stay tuned and register for the newsletter via http://ow.ly/FvjT50CdnPi Image: Tomas Vu and Rirkrit Tiravanija: THINGS THAT QUICKEN THE HEART, 2019. Silkscreen on historical newspaper, mounted on linen, 189 x 216 cm. Courtesy of the artists.
"The exhibition is titled "Just stay in the cold” — a title that was chosen long before the coronavirus pandemic emerged. However, it could hardly be more fitting, says Hua Xiaochan, the owner of the gallery." DW Deutsche Welle reports about Tong Kunniao's Solo-exhibit at Hua International Gallery in Berlin. The article was published in both English and German. You can find the German version at: https://www.dw.com/de/tong-kunniao-skulpturen-mit-surrealistischem-witz/a-54927209 __
The Berlin Art Week is coming to an end, and media look back on the eventful last days. For instance, Hanno Hauenstein's roundup in the Berliner Zeitung - he also visited Hua International!
‘A gallery is similar to a person with a complex character.’ Hua Xiaochan, founder and art director of Hua International, on establishing a gallery’s identity.
BERLIN-REVIEW: In der Ausstellung "A Year Without The Southern Sun" reflektieren neun Künstler*innen den Umgang mit menschgemachten Krisenszenarien. Justin Polera kuratiert eine herrlich verstrickte Schau, die den Klimawandel und Postkolonialismus streift und einen vagen Blick in die Kristallkugel riskiert. // XC.HuA Gallery
CORONAVIRUS - not cancelled online galleries - In Berlin haben sich 18 Galerien unter dem Begriff "not cancelled" zusammengeschlossen, um die Arbeiten ihrer Künstler auch in diesen Corona-Zeiten zeigen zu können. Die beteiligten Galerien sind: BQ Sandy Brown Mehdi Chouakri Galerie Eigen+Art Galerie Lars Friedrich Klemm's Galerie Noah Klink KOW Kraupa-Tuskany Zeidler Tanya Leighton Galerie Tobias Naehring neugerriemschneider Peres Projects PSM Esther Schipper Sweetwater Wentrup XC.HuA Gallery Not-Cancelled #BQ SANDY BROWN Mehdi Chouakri Galerie EIGEN + ART Leipzig/Berlin #LarsFriedrich KLEMM'S Galerie Noah Klink KOW Kraupa-Tuskany Zeidler Tanya Leighton Gallery Tanya Leighton #GalerieNobisNaehring Galerie Neugerriemschneider PERES PROJECTS PSM Esther Schipper Sweetwater, Berlin Wentrup Galerie XC.HuA Gallery Hier gehts zu ihrer Homepage: https://www.notcancelled.art