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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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Hua International wishes you happy holidays and a joyful and peaceful 2023!Our Berlin space will be closed for the winte...
22/12/2022

Hua International wishes you happy holidays and a joyful and peaceful 2023!

Our Berlin space will be closed for the winter break until January 10th, we look forward to seeing you next year!

Wiltopia
Tong Kunniao
On view until the 4th February, 2023

One of the most celebrated young artists working in China today, Tong Kunniao has built a reputation for creating immersive worlds that bristle with dark humor. He uses found materials and freely samples aesthetic impulses from Chinese and Western art histories to articulate idiosyncratic, highly personal multimedia reflections upon our current state of social, ecological, and political crisis.

In his new exhibition with Hua International, Kunniao creates an immersive universe entitled “wiltopia,” a fantastical world—perhaps not so unlike our near future—in which human beings are increasingly divided, segregated, and controlled while their impact on nature begins to bite back. Although Kunniao does not explicitly identify as a “political” artist, his work nonetheless grapples with systems of repressive social control, the quantification and mechanization of human experience, and the fragility of all life in the Anthropocene.

 Rafael Domenechthe other square with no cornersVenue: Passerelle Centre d’art contemporain, Brest, France  Date: Octobe...
21/12/2022


Rafael Domenech
the other square with no corners
Venue: Passerelle Centre d’art contemporain, Brest, France
Date: October 14, 2022 – January 14, 2023

Rafael Domenech (born in 1989) has chosen Passerelle Centre d’Art Contemporain for his first exhibition in France. A few years ago he moved to New York after first leaving his home island of Cuba for Miami. He finished his studies at Columbia University, and was deeply influenced by the teaching of his art teacher and friend, Rirkrit Tiravanija, a champion of Relational Aesthetics. This concept does not refer to a specific group of artists but to a way of creating art in relation to others. Domenech became part of this way of thinking about participatory art that engaged the public. His works are therefore architecture to live in or sculptures to handle and are interested in the social fabric and history of a place.

Rafael Domenech, the other square with no corners, 2022, exhibition view, Passerelle Centre d’art contemporain, Brest © photo: Aurélien Mole

Join us today  Booth N26 with Tong Kunniao  Hua International is pleased to present a solo booth at Art Cologne 2022 by ...
16/11/2022

Join us today Booth N26 with Tong Kunniao

Hua International is pleased to present a solo booth at Art Cologne 2022 by Tong Kunniao.
One of the most celebrated young artists working in China today, Kunniao has built a reputation for creating immersive worlds that bristle with dark humor. He uses found materials and freely samples aesthetic impulses from Chinese and Western art histories to articulate idiosyncratic, highly personal multimedia reflections upon our current state of social, ecological, and political crisis. You will find us at BOOTH N26, part of the section Neumarkt.

VIP Preview
16th November, 12 - 8 pm
17th November, 12 - 7 pm

Performance by Tong Kunniao
16th-17th November

Public Days
18th-19th November, 12 - 7 pm
20th November, 12 - 6 pm

At Art Cologne, Tong Kunniao presents paintings from a new body of multi-media works that explore what he calls the “alternative natural person”—quasi-bionic hybrid figures that fuse together human, machine, and animal characteristics. Such figures are the protagonists of “wiltopia,” a fantastical universe—perhaps not so unlike our near future—in which human beings are increasingly divided, segregated, and controlled while their impact on nature begins to bite back. Although Kunniao does not explicitly identify as a “political” artist, his work nonetheless intensively grapples with systems of repressive social control, the quantification and mechanization of human experience, and the fragility of all life in the Anthropocene.

photos by Alistair Overbruck

West Bund Art & Design, Shanghai⁣BOOTH B128F***y Gicquel, Rafael Domenech, Dorothea Reese-Heim.gicquel   ⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣VIP Pr...
11/11/2022

West Bund Art & Design, Shanghai⁣
BOOTH B128
F***y Gicquel, Rafael Domenech, Dorothea Reese-Heim

.gicquel
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VIP Preview⁣
West Bund Art Center⁣
10 November 1 to 7 p.m.⁣
11 November 12 to 1 p.m.⁣

Public Hours⁣
West Bund Art Center⁣
11 November 1 to 6 p.m.⁣
12 November 12 to 6 p.m.⁣
13 November 12 to 6 p.m.⁣
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We are looking forward to seeing you at West Bund Art & Design 2022.

Join us at Booth B128, Hall B , Shanghai, November 10 – 13Hua International is pleased to announce the participation of ...
07/11/2022

Join us at Booth B128, Hall B
, Shanghai, November 10 – 13

Hua International is pleased to announce the participation of the West Bund Art&Design this year with the works by F***y Gicquel, Dorothea Reese-Heim and Rafael Domenech. .gicquel

F***y Gicquel
Elle rentre la tête dans sa cage (H.G), 2022
glasses
46 cm x 53 cm

Rafael Domenech
The elliptical hour, 2021
Laser-print on paper,vinyl,plywood,archival adhesive abs book-cloth
Close 46x27x5cm Open 112x178cm

Dorothea Reese-Heim
ChiffrierungLesemaschinenSatzcollage, 2001
Book blocks, newspaper, wood, wood glue
11x34x24cm







F***y Gicquel, the winner of the Frac Bretagne-Art Norac Award 2022!The prize, open to all artists under the age of 40 l...
03/11/2022

F***y Gicquel, the winner of the Frac Bretagne-Art Norac Award 2022!

The prize, open to all artists under the age of 40 living and working in Brittany, aims to support them towards an international experience to promote the professionalization of their career.

With this award, the Regional Contemporary Art Fund and the patron Art Norac, which for several years organized the contemporary art biennial, offer the young artist the opportunity to exhibit in an international partner structure.

 “My medium is installation, I work in relation to the body and its suggested or activated movement.” F***y Gicquel is currently presenting a piece at the Frac Bretagne, around glass, metal... like a contemplative landscape around objects that will occasionally be manipulated by a performer, a student of the TNB school (Théâtre national de Bretagne).

laloreleï, 2022, F***y Gicquel, installation, variables dimensions

Performer: Ramo Jalil
Photos by F***y Gicquel & Aurélien Mole






Come and check out our current exhibition in Berlin today!Due to organizational reasons, the current exhibition "Soft Ma...
26/10/2022

Come and check out our current exhibition in Berlin today!

Due to organizational reasons, the current exhibition "Soft Machines" will end on today, Oct 26th at 6pm.

Soft Machines
Alfredo Aceto, Haris Epaminonda and Daniel Gustav Cramer, F***y Gicquel, Gordon Hall, Jason Hendrik Hansma, terra0, Franz Erhard Walther at Hua International Berlin

The works included in Soft Machine propose myriad zones of transformation: between the human and object, organic and inorganic, old and new, digital and physical. They continually draw attention towards moments of contingency, accident, collaboration, and surprise— proposing a mingling with the world that mingles within you, a body composed of many bodies that extends beyond your skin.

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Opening tonight  The other square with no corners The other square with no corners Rafael Domenech Curated by   14 Oct 2...
13/10/2022

Opening tonight The other square with no corners


The other square with no corners
Rafael Domenech
Curated by

14 Oct 2022 — 14 Jan 2023

First day! Booth H26  Focus Section at Frieze London 2022  Rafael DomenechSocial Factory (Chair Chorus), 2022plywood, pa...
12/10/2022

First day! Booth H26 Focus Section at Frieze London 2022

Rafael Domenech
Social Factory (Chair Chorus), 2022
plywood, paint, collage, laser-cut felt, hardware, and workshop

Frieze London | Focus Section
Hua International Booth H26
12.10-16.10.2022

For Frieze Focus 2022, Rafael Domenech has created an installation Social Factory (Chair Chorus) that radically empowers visitors with the agency to carry a message, and become authors, readers, furniture makers, painting contemplators, and workers when they enter this ever-changing field of artworks; turning the fair booth from a cite of passive reception of consumption into an active site of production. Made from 12 black and white photo collages, each work is composed of three modular plywood squares and one square laser-cut felt that appears to be only two things– a chair and a cushion. The work is triangulated between radical art object, functional (teaching) device and the pictorial language of painting.





now, and thenSolo exhibition by .gicquel extended until 22.10.2022at Hua International Beijingwith the performance by F*...
04/10/2022

now, and then
Solo exhibition by .gicquel
extended until 22.10.2022
at Hua International Beijing

with the performance by F***y Gicquel
co-choreographer: Mengfan Wang
dancers: Shuyi Liao, Dan Qian, Sihan Cai, Ryotaro Harada
composer: Delawhere

Since its creation in 2018, the Best Exhibition Award has been an integral part of GWBJ each year. As a prize available exclusively to the galleries participating in GWBJ’s Main Sector, it was established in order to reward galleries’ efforts to present the most striking exhibition of the year and to promote improvements in the overall quality of the featured exhibitions and contemporary art.

F***y Gicquel primarily works in sculpture and installation, typically incorporating her artworks into non-hierarchal choreographed performances that address ephemerality, fragility, and the inherent plurality of the self. A kind of porosity between the self and the other, interior and exterior, human and non-human has come to define Gicquel’s work, which imagines the world less as a space of discrete, partitioned entities than as a dynamic constellation of interminglings, crossovers, and interferences. In now, and then, Gicquel’s second exhibition with Hua International and her first in China, she presents a series of new sculptural works and performances amidst a soundscape composed by the musician Delawhere, which was composed in close dialogue and resonance with Gicquel’s sculptures. Sourced from recordings he made in public space, the sounds are transformed through processes of slowing down, layering, and multiplying to create an autonomous environment in perfect harmony with Gicquel’s sculptures.

 the 58th Carnegie International is now officially open!  Dividing an edge from an ever (pavilion for Sarduy), 2022local...
24/09/2022

the 58th Carnegie International is now officially open!

Dividing an edge from an ever (pavilion for Sarduy), 2022
locally rented scaffolding, laser-cut construction mesh, plywood, paint, hardware, and workshops.
Courtesy of the artist and Carnegie Museum of Art; photo: Sean Eaton

For the 58th Carnegie International, Rafael Domenech has been commissioned to create a pavilion for the Sculpture Court at Carnegie Museum of Art. The ellipsis- shaped pavilion is comprised of an inner and outer layer made from locally sourced temporary. scaffolding and laser-cut construction mesh along-side modular furniture. Such materials are used in everyday urban environments, marking the ways cities are continually constructed and deconstructed, obfuscating the site of development--at times, dividing existing walkways, neighborhoods, and communities in the process. In his art practice, Domenech transforms materials used to separate or create barriers and instead uses them to create sites supportive of existing publics and activities to show how we can change the familiar and use these materials to other ends.

For the 58th Carnegie International, Rafael Domenech has been commissioned to create a pavilion for the Sculpture Court at the Carnegie Museum of Art. The ellipsis-shaped pavilion is comprised of an inner and outer layer made from locally sourced temporary. scaffolding and laser-cut construction mesh alongside modular furniture. Such materials are used in everyday urban environments, marking the ways cities are continually constructed and deconstructed, obfuscating the site of development--at times, dividing existing walkways, neighborhoods, and communities in the process. In his art practice, Domenech transforms materials used to separate or create barriers and instead uses them to create sites supportive of existing publics and activities to show how we can change the familiar and use these materials to other ends.



Performance today from 1 to 8 pm  Hallen #3 - REINICKENDORF RULESPerformance Ataraxia: 17 Sep, 1-8pm (with breaks in bet...
17/09/2022

Performance today from 1 to 8 pm
Hallen #3 - REINICKENDORF RULES

Performance Ataraxia: 17 Sep, 1-8pm (with breaks in between)
with Ariel Gaba & Noam Gil Shuster .um
Soundscape by Anchoress
Costume: JNBY & .studio

On the occasion of Berlin Art Week 2022, Wilhelm Hallen invites you to Hallen #3, an art event with an extensive program from 10–18 September 2022 under the motto ‘Reinickendorf Rules’. One of the highlights of the program is the group exhibition K60, the 15 Berlin galleries Alexander Levy, Carlier | Gebauer, ChertLüdde,Efremidis, Esther Schipper, Klosterfelde Edition, HUA International, Klemm‘s,Mehdi Chouakri, neugerriemschneider, NOME, PSM, Soy Capitán, Sprüth Magers and Sweetwater are participating in an extensive show of works.

Hua International will present the works from the artist Isabella Fürnkäs, The focal point is a durational performance and sound work that unfolds around two, large metal sculptures: dome-like constructions that resemble rudimentary dwellings. With their cage-like structures, these forms emphasize a fluidity between interior and exterior space, permeability and interiority, shelter and confinement. Entitled Ataraxia, the performance takes its name from a Greek philosophical term that means a “state of serene calmness” or “an untroubled and tranquil state of the soul.” The performers activate the sculptures—which are sheathed in thin layers of fabric and projected upon—with actions that imply moments of inhabitation, formation, and deconstruction. Their constant movements in and around the sculptures, as well as the essentially nomadic nature of these objects, gesture toward the impermanence, transience, and variability of all things—towards finding freedom in flux.

Isabella Fürnkäs, Ataraxia, 2022, intallation view at K60 Hallen #3, photo by courtesy of the artist and Hua International.

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Opening today!Hallen #3 - REINICKENDORF RULESPerformance Ataraxia: on 10 & 17 Sep, 1-4pm & 5-8pmwith Ariel Gaba & Noam G...
10/09/2022

Opening today!

Hallen #3 - REINICKENDORF RULES

Performance Ataraxia: on 10 & 17 Sep, 1-4pm & 5-8pm
with Ariel Gaba & Noam Gil Shuster .um
Soundscape by Anchoress

On the occasion of Berlin Art Week 2022, Wilhelm Hallen invites you to Hallen #3, an art event with an extensive program from 10–18 September 2022 under the motto ‘Reinickendorf Rules’. One of the highlights of the program is the group exhibition K60, the 15 Berlin galleries Alexander Levy, Carlier | Gebauer, ChertLüdde,Efremidis, Esther Schipper, Klosterfelde Edition, HUA International, Klemm‘s,Mehdi Chouakri, neugerriemschneider, NOME, PSM, Soy Capitán, Sprüth Magers and Sweetwater are participating in an extensive show of works.

Isabella Fürnkäs, Ataraxia, 2022, intallation view at K60 Hallen #3, photo by Joe Clark, courtesy of the artist and Hua International.

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 Soft MachinesOpening: 14 September 2022, Wednesday, 5 PM-9 PMAlfredo Aceto, Haris Epaminonda and Daniel Gustav Cramer, ...
06/09/2022


Soft Machines
Opening: 14 September 2022, Wednesday, 5 PM-9 PM
Alfredo Aceto, Haris Epaminonda and Daniel Gustav Cramer, F***y Gicquel, Gordon Hall, Jason Hendrik Hansma, terra0, Franz Erhard Walther
at Hua International Berlin

Jason Hendrik Hansma

Antumbra, 2017
handblown and polished glass 

“My Memory's Sky” at Salon de Normandy by the Community, 2020.
Courtesy of the artist

We cordially invite you to the opening of the group exhibition Soft Machines. The show features work by contemporary artists whose practices poetically engage with the relationships between objects and the body: their transience, fluidity, materiality, and presence. Many of the artists in the exhibition take forms from life and reassemble them together in new configurations or use the obliqueness and opacity of abstract objects to show new ways the human body can be imagined, especially beyond the limitations of gender binaries. Other artists in the exhibition think of our relationships to non-human beings, technology, and the plant world to expand the very idea of subjecthood to objecthood.






 Soft MachinesOpening: 14 September 2022, Wednesday, 5 PM-9 PMAlfredo Aceto, Haris Epaminonda and Daniel Gustav Cramer, ...
05/09/2022


Soft Machines
Opening: 14 September 2022, Wednesday, 5 PM-9 PM
Alfredo Aceto, Haris Epaminonda and Daniel Gustav Cramer, F***y Gicquel, Gordon Hall, Jason Hendrik Hansma, terra0, Franz Erhard Walther
at Hua International Berlin

Centaure, 2019
Alfredo Aceto
Horn, formal blye shirts 43 x 31.5 x 8 cm
Courtesy the artist and Istituto Svizzero Photo Giulio Boem

We cordially invite you to the opening of the group exhibition Soft Machines. The show features work by contemporary artists whose practices poetically engage with the relationships between objects and the body: their transience, fluidity, materiality, and presence. Many of the artists in the exhibition take forms from life and reassemble them together in new configurations or use the obliqueness and opacity of abstract objects to show new ways the human body can be imagined, especially beyond the limitations of gender binaries. Other artists in the exhibition think of our relationships to non-human beings, technology, and the plant world to expand the very idea of subjecthood to objecthood.






#now, and thenSolo exhibition by .gicquel  Until 24.09.2022at Hua International Beijingwith the performance by F***y Gic...
21/07/2022

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now, and then
Solo exhibition by .gicquel
Until 24.09.2022
at Hua International Beijing

with the performance by F***y Gicquel
co-choreographer: Mengfan Wang
dancers: Shuyi Liao, Dan Qian, Sihan Cai, Ryotaro Harada
composer: Delawhere

F***y GIcquel, sensitive surface: soap, 2022, raw steel, soap, coffee, 80 x 200 cm, photo by Haiyang

Since its creation in 2018, the Best Exhibition Award has been an integral part of GWBJ each year. As a prize available exclusively to the galleries participating in GWBJ’s Main Sector, it was established in order to reward galleries’ efforts to present the most striking exhibition of the year and to promote improvements in the overall quality of the featured exhibitions and contemporary art.

F***y Gicquel primarily works in sculpture and installation, typically incorporating her artworks into non-hierarchal choreographed performances that address ephemerality, fragility, and the inherent plurality of the self. A kind of porosity between the self and the other, interior and exterior, human and non-human has come to define Gicquel’s work, which imagines the world less as a space of discrete, partitioned entities than as a dynamic constellation of interminglings, crossovers, and interferences. In now, and then, Gicquel’s second exhibition with Hua International and her first in China, she presents a series of new sculptural works and performances amidst a soundscape composed by the musician Delawhere, which was composed in close dialogue and resonance with Gicquel’s sculptures. Sourced from recordings he made in public space, the sounds are transformed through processes of slowing down, layering, and multiplying to create an autonomous environment in perfect harmony with Gicquel’s sculptures.

Congratulations to F***y Gicquel for winning the 2022 Gallery Weekend Beijing Best Exhibition Reward with her first solo...
02/07/2022

Congratulations to F***y Gicquel for winning the 2022 Gallery Weekend Beijing Best Exhibition Reward with her first solo exhibition in China at Hua International


now, and then
Solo exhibition by .gicquel
Until 24.09.2022
at Hua International Beijing

with the performance by F***y Gicquel
co-choreographer: Mengfan Wang
dancers: Shuyi Liao, Dan Qian, Sihan Cai, Ryotaro Harada
composer: Delawhere

Since its creation in 2018, the Best Exhibition Award has been an integral part of GWBJ each year. As a prize available exclusively to the galleries participating in GWBJ’s Main Sector, it was established in order to reward galleries’ efforts to present the most striking exhibition of the year and to promote improvements in the overall quality of the featured exhibitions and contemporary art. 

F***y Gicquel primarily works in sculpture and installation, typically incorporating her artworks into non-hierarchal choreographed performances that address ephemerality, fragility, and the inherent plurality of the self. A kind of porosity between the self and the other, interior and exterior, human and non-human has come to define Gicquel’s work, which imagines the world less as a space of discrete, partitioned entities than as a dynamic constellation of interminglings, crossovers, and interferences. In now, and then, Gicquel’s second exhibition with Hua International and her first in China, she presents a series of new sculptural works and performances amidst a soundscape composed by the musician Delawhere, which was composed in close dialogue and resonance with Gicquel’s sculptures. Sourced from recordings he made in public space, the sounds are transformed through processes of slowing down, layering, and multiplying to create an autonomous environment in perfect harmony with Gicquel’s sculptures. 



Panel Discussion of Exhibition Atlas of Affinities: Vol. 1, the Far-NearOn Anti-Colonial Gestures and Their Trajectories...
29/06/2022

Panel Discussion of Exhibition Atlas of Affinities: Vol. 1, the Far-Near
On Anti-Colonial Gestures and Their Trajectories

Due to the limited capacity of the space, please DM us, and make your reservation in advance! justinpolera
Moderator: Laurie Rojas

Friday, July 1, 2022, 5-6 pm
Hua International
Potsdamer Str. 81B, 10785 Berlin
Due to the limited capacity of the space, please DM us,make your reservation in advance!

What do artists hope to recall or achieve when they invoke colonial, imperial, and capitalist histories? When diving into these legacies, does aesthetic absorption have to give way to the informative and the didactic? What are our views on art that appears to politicize itself while upholding accepted aesthetic interests? These are questions whose answers we, as audiences of contemporary art, have attempted to approximate many times.

The panel discussion will be joined by one of the exhibiting artists, Lucas Odahara, along with Laurie Rojas, Justin Polera and Jacob Zhicheng Zhang. It will look at the exhibition Atlas of Affinities: Vol. 1, the Far-Near, for partial answers to such questions above and, more importantly, moments that prompt critical evaluation. In the meantime, by discussing Odahara’s work Os Desorietes da Pantera (2021) on view at the gallery, we hope to trace the trajectory behind the piece: from colonial rubber cultivation to the 80s/90s ball culture in Brazil and a performance activating the work by the interdisciplinary collective CFGNY in 2021 in Berlin.





  Hua International is pleased to announce now, and then, an exhibition by the French artist F***y Gicquel. .gicquel  no...
24/06/2022



Hua International is pleased to announce now, and then, an exhibition by the French artist F***y Gicquel.

.gicquel
now, and then

Hua International Beijing
Opening: 24.06.2022
24.06 - 24.09.2022


with the performance by F***y Gicquel
co-choreographer: Mengfan Wang
dancers: Shuyi Liao, Dan Qian, Sihan Cai, Ryotaro Harada
composer: Delawhere

F***y Gicquel primarily works in sculpture and installation, typically incorporating her artworks into non-hierarchal choreographed performances that address ephemerality, fragility, and the inherent plurality of the self. A kind of porosity between the self and the other, interior and exterior, human and non-human has come to define Gicquel’s work, which imagines the world less as a space of discrete, partitioned entities than as a dynamic constellation of interminglings, crossovers, and interferences. In now, and then, Gicquel’s second exhibition with Hua International and her first in China, she presents a series of new sculptural works and performances amidst a soundscape composed by the musician Delawhere, which was composed in close dialogue and resonance with Gicquel’s sculptures. Sourced from recordings he made in public space, the sounds are transformed through processes of slowing down, layering, and multiplying to create an autonomous environment in perfect harmony with Gicquel’s sculptures.










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🎉 F***y Gicquel, lauréate du Prix du Frac Bretagne - Art Norac 2022 / F***y Gicquel, winner of the Frac Bretagne-Art Norac Award 2022

Le travail de cette artiste fera l’objet d’une exposition personnelle au Temple Bar Gallery + Studios de Dublin en Irlande de mai à juillet 2023.

🇮🇪 The work of the artist will be the subject of a solo exhibition at the Temple Bar Gallery + Studios in Dublin, in Ireland in 2023.

Née en 1992, vit et travaille à Rennes.
Diplômée de l’ EESAB-site de Rennes en 2018, F***y Gicquel est lauréate en 2021 du prix Marfa. Par ailleurs, son travail a fait l’objet d’expositions personnelles à la galerie Hua International à Berlin (2021), à Passerelle Centre d'art contemporain de Brest (2020) et à Theleftplacetherightspace à Reims (2020). Elle a notamment participé aux expositions collectives Art Souterrain à Montreal (2021), le 10e Prix de la Jeune Création de Saint-Rémy (2021) et Nanjing International Art Fair en Chine (2020).

🇮🇪 Born in 1992, lives and works in Rennes.
Graduated from EESAB-Rennes in 2018, F***y Gicquel is a 2021 winner of the Marfa Prize. In addition, her work has been the subject of solo exhibitions at the Hua International gallery in Berlin (2021), at Passerelle Centre d’art contemporain in Brest (2020) and at The left right Place in Reims (2020). She has participated in the group exhibitions Art Souterrain in Montreal (2021), the 10th Prix de la Jeune Création de Saint-Rémy (2021) and Nanjing International Art Fair in China (2020).

👉 En savoir plus sur l'exposition Les lézards, les finalistes du Prix du Frac Bretagne - Art Norac : https://bit.ly/3MAzbiY

👉 More informations about the exhibition Les lézards, Frac Bretagne - Art Norac 2022 : les finalistes : https://bit.ly/3ewPD7i

Photo : Malo Legrand
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En puedes encontrar arte contemporáneo de las galerías de 2022.

Elige la tuya en ARCO e-xhibitions ➡️ https://bit.ly/3DY0Cx4

📅 Hasta el 14 de enero
Promueve:

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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.
: 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.

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.

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ART COLOGNE 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
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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
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