Galerie Andreas Schmidt

Galerie Andreas Schmidt Kunst / Art Galerie Andreas Schmidt was established in 2016 in Berlin-Pankow in order to exhibit and promote international contemporary art.
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"There is no market for what I do. There are only ideas." - Andreas Schmidt

Galerie Andreas Schmidt's cover photo
12/12/2019

Galerie Andreas Schmidt's cover photo

Come and see this wonderful piece by Soazic Guezennec in our current show at Ralph Appelbaum Associates in Berlin. And p...
26/10/2019
The Settlement

Come and see this wonderful piece by Soazic Guezennec in our current show at Ralph Appelbaum Associates in Berlin. And play with it. It's fun!

Ralph Appelbaum Associates - Alte Jakobstraße 85/86 (Hof 3 Treppenhaus 7)
10179 Berlin

Until 30.10.2019, 12-6PM
Closed Sundays

https://vimeo.com/139903260

Performance Installation during Sandarbh artists residency in Partapur, Rajasthan, India in january 2014

Thanks to everyone who came to the opening last night. I had a great time.The exhibition with the title A SENSE OF REALI...
24/10/2019

Thanks to everyone who came to the opening last night. I had a great time.

The exhibition with the title A SENSE OF REALITY A SENSE OF POSSIBILITY A SENSE OF POSSIBLE REALITY, curated by Andreas Schmidt and kindly hosted by Ralph Appelbaum Associates in their Berlin office as a site specific installation, presents a selection of the artist’s art works dating from 2012 to 2019, which all question the notion of reality, possibility and perception.

https://www.soazicguezennec.com
Soazic Guezennec
#exhibition #opening #contemporaryart #painting #installation #conceptualart

Exhibition continues until
30 October 2019
Monday to Saturday
12-6 PM
Closed on Sundays

#play #touch #museum #here #now #kunst #berlin #art #contemporaryart #ausstellung #malerei #oilpainting #drawing #worksonpaper

Happy Install with @soazicguezennecSoazic GuezennecA SENSE OF REALITYA SENSE OF POSSIBILITYA SENSE OF POSSIBLE REALITYSi...
21/10/2019

Happy Install with @soazicguezennec

Soazic Guezennec

A SENSE OF REALITY
A SENSE OF POSSIBILITY
A SENSE OF POSSIBLE REALITY

Sie sind herzlich eingeladen zur Eröffnung der Ausstellung
und RAA Open Office am
Mittwoch, 23. Oktober 2019, 18-22 Uhr.
Die Künstlerin wird anwesend sein.

You are cordially invited to attend the opening of the exhibition and RAA open office on
Wednesday, 23 October 2019, from 6-10 PM.
The artist will be present.

Ralph Appelbaum Associates
Alte Jakobstraße 85/86 (Hof 3)
10179 Berlin
http://raai.com

Exklusiv für das Berliner Büro von Ralph Appelbaum Associates hat die Künstlerin Soazic Guezennec Arbeiten der letzten Jahre ausgewählt, die sich mit Fragen der Wahrnehmung von Realität(en) und den sich daraus ergebenden Möglichkeiten auseinandersetzen. Kuratiert wurde die Ausstellung von Andreas Schmidt.

The exhibition with the title A SENSE OF REALITY A SENSE OF POSSIBILITY A SENSE OF POSSIBLE REALITY, curated by Andreas Schmidt and kindly hosted by Ralph Appelbaum Associates in their Berlin office as a site specific installation, presents a selection of the artist’s art works dating from 2012 to 2019, which all question the notion of reality, possibility and perception.

https://www.soazicguezennec.com
Soazic Guezennec
#exhibition #opening #contemporaryart #painting #installation #conceptualart

Exhibition continues until
30 October 2019
Monday to Saturday
12-6 PM
Closed on Sundays

@soazicguezennec

I have curated an exciting exhibition which opens next Wednesday.Soazic GuezennecA SENSE OF REALITYA SENSE OF POSSIBILIT...
16/10/2019

I have curated an exciting exhibition which opens next Wednesday.
Soazic Guezennec
A SENSE OF REALITY
A SENSE OF POSSIBILITY
A SENSE OF POSSIBLE REALITY
Sie sind herzlich eingeladen zur Eröffnung der Ausstellung
und RAA Open Office am
Mittwoch, 23. Oktober 2019, 18-22 Uhr.
Die Künstlerin wird anwesend sein.
You are cordially invited to attend the opening of the exhibition and RAA open office on
Wednesday, 23 October 2019, from 6-10 PM.
The artist will be present.
Ralph Appelbaum Associates - Alte Jakobstraße 85/86 (Hof 3)
10179 Berlin
http://raai.com
Exklusiv für das Berliner Büro von Ralph Appelbaum Associates hat die Künstlerin Soazic Guezennec Arbeiten der letzten Jahre ausgewählt, die sich mit Fragen der Wahrnehmung von Realität(en) und den sich daraus ergebenden Möglichkeiten auseinandersetzen. Kuratiert wurde die Ausstellung von Andreas Schmidt.
The exhibition with the title A SENSE OF REALITY A SENSE OF POSSIBILITY A SENSE OF POSSIBLE REALITY, curated by Andreas Schmidt and kindly hosted by Ralph Appelbaum Associates in their Berlin office as a site specific installation, presents a selection of the artist’s art works dating from 2012 to 2019, which all question the notion of reality, possibility and perception.
https://www.soazicguezennec.com
Soazic Guezennec
#exhibition #opening #contemporaryart #painting #installation #conceptualart

I have curated an exciting exhibition which opens next Wednesday. Soazic GuezennecA SENSE OF REALITYA SENSE OF POSSIBILI...
16/10/2019
Ralph Appelbaum Associates

I have curated an exciting exhibition which opens next Wednesday.

Soazic Guezennec

A SENSE OF REALITY

A SENSE OF POSSIBILITY

A SENSE OF POSSIBLE REALITY

Sie sind herzlich eingeladen zur Eröffnung der Ausstellung
und RAA Open Office am
Mittwoch, 23. Oktober 2019, 18-22 Uhr.

Die Künstlerin wird anwesend sein.

You are cordially invited to attend the opening of the exhibition and RAA open office on
Wednesday, 23 October 2019, from 6-10 PM.

The artist will be present.

Ralph Appelbaum Associates - Alte Jakobstraße 85/86 (Hof 3)
10179 Berlin

http://raai.com

Exklusiv für das Berliner Büro von Ralph Appelbaum Associates hat die Künstlerin Soazic Guezennec Arbeiten der letzten Jahre ausgewählt, die sich mit Fragen der Wahrnehmung von Realität(en) und den sich daraus ergebenden Möglichkeiten auseinandersetzen. Kuratiert wurde die Ausstellung von Andreas Schmidt.

The exhibition with the title A SENSE OF REALITY A SENSE OF POSSIBILITY A SENSE OF POSSIBLE REALITY, curated by Andreas Schmidt and kindly hosted by Ralph Appelbaum Associates in their Berlin office as a site specific installation, presents a selection of the artist’s art works dating from 2012 to 2019, which all question the notion of reality, possibility and perception.

https://www.soazicguezennec.com
Soazic Guezennec

#exhibition #opening #contemporaryart #painting #installation #conceptualart

#guru
29/06/2019

#guru

The gallery will be moving to a new location in Berlin, Charlottenburg in 2020.Until 25 June 2019 you can visit us by ap...
27/05/2019

The gallery will be moving to a new location in Berlin, Charlottenburg in 2020.

Until 25 June 2019 you can visit us by appointment only and take away some art if you leave some cash.

Great deals await the connoisseur.

www.andreasschmidtgalerie.com

The gallery will be moving to a new location in Berlin, Charlottenburg in 2020.Until 25 June 2019 you can visit us by ap...
27/05/2019

The gallery will be moving to a new location in Berlin, Charlottenburg in 2020.

Until 25 June 2019 you can visit us by appointment only and take away some art if you leave some cash.

Great deals await the connoisseur.

www.andreasachmidtgalerie.com

Go and see this funny, insightful, curious, colorful, poignant, scientific, taxonomic, still, silent, uncanny, museologi...
20/05/2019

Go and see this funny, insightful, curious, colorful, poignant, scientific, taxonomic, still, silent, uncanny, museological exhibition by @simonfaithfull at the Natural History Museum in Berlin.

KOEXISTENZ is on show until 08.09.2019.

It will delight on many levels.

#simonfaithfull
#naturkundemuseumberlin
#berlin
#birds
#funny
#insightful
#curious
#colorful
#poignant
#still
#silent
#uncanny
#museology

Simon Faithfull has always been fascinated by birds. His drawings, which he has been making since 2000, have always led him back to these animals, which he describes as everyday and yet strange - a parallel species that share an immediate habitat with us in our cities. During his wanderings through the Museum für Naturkunde, Faithfull was drawn to the field of taxonomy and, following J. L. Borges' "The Analytical Language of John Wilkins", he has created his very own classification of birds, including a category for ‘those who transmit avian flu’. In his work, he draws attention to how our relationship with nature is shaped by the way we name and categorize it and challenges us in a playful way to engage with this coexistence.

An all too familiar story..."When I came back home from Venice, I was exhausted. I was broke from working for two years ...
20/05/2019
The hidden cost of being at the Venice Biennale

An all too familiar story...

"When I came back home from Venice, I was exhausted. I was broke from working for two years non-stop without an income, and broken, physically and emotionally."

Jimmy Ogonga

https://www.thenational.ae/arts-culture/art/the-hidden-cost-of-being-at-the-venice-biennale-1.862971

Representation is a priority for most countries, but funding is evermore precarious. Melissa Gronlund delves into the world of art and money

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13/04/2019

Actions on page up by 100%...

At Galerie Andreas Schmidt, we do everything 115%... #115%
20/03/2019

At Galerie Andreas Schmidt, we do everything 115%...

#115%

02/03/2019

A big thank you to everyone who came to the opening of SPACELAND, new paintings by Klaus Hartmann last night.

I suppose if you can hardly see the art, it was a success.

SPACELAND, new paintings by @klaushartmannartist runs till 20 April 2019.

Wednesday - Saturday 11AM - 6PM

Galerie Andreas Schmidt
Florastrasse 61
13187 Berlin

#opening #artopening #vernissage #painting #contemporaryart #kunst #berlin #pankow #kunst #malerei #bilder #newpainting #oilpainting #künstler #artist #collector #collect #klaushartmann #art #gallery #artgallery #kunstgalerie #spaceland #exhibition #ausstellung #window

Thanks @artitious
28/02/2019
Klaus Hartmann | SPACELAND | Event

Thanks @artitious

Solo exhibition | Berlin | Souvenir from Greece #2, 2018, Acryl und Öl auf Leinwand, 70 x 90 cm Die Ausstellung "Spaceland" ist die zweite Einzelausstellung von Klaus Hartmann in der Galerie Andreas Schmidt. Sie zeigt neue Gemälde aus dem Jahr 2018. Klaus Hartmann ist ein intensiver Beobachter und...

28/01/2019
Flag, 2019

Two day performance (2-4 January 2019) - by Ed Fellows at Galerie Andreas Schmidt, Berlin.

Last night just before closing up.See you today.Ed Fellows exhibition 'something else happens' is running till February ...
26/01/2019

Last night just before closing up.

See you today.

Ed Fellows exhibition 'something else happens' is running till February 15.
Wednesday till Saturday
11AM - 6PM

#flag #folding #flagfolding #cmyk

#joy #colour #joyofcolour
#performance #install #art #contemporaryart #opening #berlin #pankow #drawing #collector #kunst #gallery #instagram #don'tmiss #new #colour #work #fun #comeandsee #action #painting #actionpainting

You know the year 2019 will be alright when you receive post from @hermann2n #onkawara #hermannzschiegner #newyear #date...
25/01/2019

You know the year 2019 will be alright when you receive post from @hermann2n
#onkawara #hermannzschiegner #newyear #datepostcard #postcard #appropriation #artistsagainstoriginality #brooklyn #berlin #pankow

Our art cures!
19/01/2019

Our art cures!

Kulturfritzen
10/12/2018
Kulturfritzen

Kulturfritzen

Für das Stadtmagazin Meinviertel begibt sich Marc (wir berichteten) ab sofort vierteljährlich auf kulturelle Entdeckungsreisen durch die Berliner Kieze. Sobald der Text in gedruckter Form vorliegt, veröffentlicht er ihn auch auf seinem kleinen Berlin-Blog.

Für Folge 1 hat er sich in Alt-Pankow umgeschaut. Die Entscheidung für dieses Ortsteil liegt nahe, denn hier ist er zu Hause.

(Mit dabei u.a. Galerie Pankow, Galerie Andreas Schmidt, Zimmer 16, Alte Bäckerei Pankow)

Here are some installation photographs of our current show.Deadpan - three artists, one dead  - two alive.Simon Faithful...
17/11/2018

Here are some installation photographs of our current show.

Deadpan - three artists, one dead - two alive.

Simon Faithfull - Tim Knowles - Buster Keaton

curated by David Evans

visit www.gelaerieandreasschmidt.com to read the full text by David Evans.

https://docs.wixstatic.com/ugd/32da51_6f9ccee6fad34a0faa83956f63a14275.pdf
12/11/2018
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https://docs.wixstatic.com/ugd/32da51_6f9ccee6fad34a0faa83956f63a14275.pdf

https://www.andreasschmidtgalerie.comDeadpan(s) - David EvansBuster KeatonThe term ‘deadpan’ emerged in the United State...
12/11/2018

https://www.andreasschmidtgalerie.com

Deadpan(s) - David Evans
Buster Keaton
The term ‘deadpan’ emerged in the United States in the 1920s, combining two slang
words: ‘dead’ (blank or vacant) and ‘pan’ (face). It has now entered mainstream
English as an adverb or adjective, usually meaning an expressionless face or manner.
Today the term regularly crops up in the art world, but is deployed in two very
distinctive ways.

One: the idea of a deadpan aesthetic is foregrounded by writer and curator Charlotte
Cotton in her bestselling survey The Photograph as Contemporary Art (2009). She
mainly uses it to describe the so-called Düsseldorf School, that is, the Bechers and
their famous graduates like Andreas Gursky, but also others like Rineke Dijkstra.
Take Gursky and Dijkstra. Their output is very different, but both mainly use large-
format equipment to create imagery marked by self-imposed, technical constraints
regarding, say, composition or lighting, plus an emotional detachment. In other
words, there is a calculated sobriety, harking back to figures from the Weimar era like
August Sander, but also clearly separating them from contemporary photographers
like Richard Billingham or Corinne Day whose informal, diaristic approach to the
medium is often characterized as a snapshot aesthetic.

Two: Buster Keaton. He was the actor-director of silent shorts and feature films
across the twenties and in 1928 The New York Times published the first article that
characterized his output as deadpan. To be sure, the term references his famous poker-
face, but also embraces a distinctive type of humour, often revolving around a
mismatch between a vacant visage and disastrous encounters with products of the
modern world like cars, trains and prefabricated housing. Film historian Geoffrey
Nowell-Smith has astutely commented that ‘Buster Keaton is the one who suffered
the worst eclipse with the coming of sound but whose reputation has recovered the
best.’ Certainly his star continues to rise within the contemporary art world. Steve
McQueen’s film Deadpan (1997) is probably the most celebrated example of a direct
homage to Keaton, with the artist starring in the re-make of a scene from Steamboat
Bill, Jr, (1928) where the façade of a house collapses around Bill. Appropriately, in
the re-make McQueen doesn’t panic and maintains a blank expression throughout.

My two sketches have served their purpose if they clarify what the exhibition at
Galerie Andreas Schmidt is, and is not, about. It is not about a highly influential,
super serious trend in contemporary photography, notable for a lack of levity. Rather,
it is a celebration of Buster Keaton and the ways in which his deadpan humour
informs the work of two British artists: Simon Faithfull and Tim Knowles.
Simon Faithfull
Simon Faithfull and curator Ben Roberts recently co-organized a show called The
World Turned Upside Down – Buster Keaton, Sculpture and the Absurd (Warwick
Arts Centre, 2013). It was an ambitious survey, linking the achievements of Keaton
from the silent era to twenty contemporary artists working across diverse media
including film, installation art, performance and sculpture. 1 It is worth noting
straightaway that the show did not include McQueen’s film Deadpan. Not an
oversight, and certainly not a comment on the quality of the work. Rather it was
absent because the curators deliberately wanted to exclude work that directly
referenced Keaton. Instead their main aim was to draw attention to certain qualities in
contemporary art that evoke Keaton, above all, the artist as stoical explorer or
investigator, guided by absurdity and reconciled to regular failure.

Faithfull’s contribution to that show was 0 0 00 Navigation, a video from 2009 in
which – Keaton style – he is both the central character and director. His initial
inspiration is a relatively late Keaton film called Railrodder, released in 1965. Keaton
plays an English gentleman who suddenly has a strong desire to visit Canada. The
journey begins when the gentleman jumps into the River Thames from a bridge in
Central London. He successfully swims across the Atlantic Ocean to reach the east
coast of Canada. From there he travels in a straight line towards the west coast, finally
reaching his destination after of series of farcical encounters. Equally preposterous is
Faithfull’s unexplained desire to travel exactly along the Greenwich Meridian. In the
film he tackles the English section – lots of swimming, climbing and walking, guided
by his GPS device.

The exhibition Deadpan presents the video from 2016 called Going Nowhere 1.5.
Again we have the artist as peripatetic explorer, this time walking the perimeter of an

island in the North Sea. Alas, our latter day Keaton has chosen a small, impermanent
sandbank found in an intertidal zone. Now we see it, but soon we don’t.

Tim Knowles
In 1967, art student Richard Long caught a train from London’s Waterloo Station to
some unspecified destination in Surrey. There he found himself a field of long grass
where he ‘drew’ a line by walking backwards and forwards repeatedly. A snapshot
recorded his initiative that he called A Line Made by Walking. The rest is history. In
2010 critic Dieter Roelstraete published a complete book about this work and he is
particularly stimulating when he proposes that it demonstrates a ‘deadpan dumbness’
worthy of Keaton or Samuel Beckett.

The various drawing projects of Tim Knowles have some clear affinities with
‘deadpan’ Long. Take his Tree Drawings, a series of which were published as an
artist project in Cabinet (Issue 28: Winter 2007=2008). Knowles offers a lucid
statement about the work:
The pieces here are from a series produced by trees, most of which are located in the
Borrowdale and Buttermere areas of England’s Lake District. I attach artists’
sketching pens to their branches and then place sheets of paper in such a way that
the trees’ natural motions - as well as their moments of stillness - are recorded. Like
signatures, each drawing reveals something about the different qualities and
characteristics of the various trees as they sway in the breeze …
Unlike Long, then, Knowles continues to use pencils and paper in this case, but the
mark making is done by the trees, aided by the wind.

Knowles’ contribution to Deadpan is another project involving wind called
Windwalk – Seven walks from Seven Dials (2010),:). Guided by the wind, the artist
makes repeated walks departing from the Seven Dials monument in Central London
until he has walked down all seven of the radiating streets. He wears a helmet with
an attached weather vane that indicates the direction he must take, traversing the
city by night while the streets are empty, like some sleepwalking dowser. Also
attached to the helmet is a bullet camera that records his walk. In addition, a GPS
device tracks his movements. For Deadpan, the artist presents a video of one of the
seven walks, plus the helmet.

Tree Drawings and Windwalk are symptomatic of an evolving body of work that
extend the boundaries of what constitutes drawing. Chance and poetry are important
element of this work, as well as the absurd. Did anyone ask him what he was doing
when he got trees in the Lake District to start drawing? Did anyone offer him a
drink as he navigated nocturnal London, wearing his weather vane helmet?
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The show included: Bas Jan Ader, Alexandre da Cunha, Simon Faithfull, Peter
Fischli, David Weiss, Brian Griffiths, Jeppe Hein, Sofia Hulten, William
Hunt, Tehching Hsieh, Hayley Newman, Roman Signer, Richard Wentworth, Richard
Wilson, John Wood and Paul Harrison. All in all, a heady mixture of established and
emerging artists, linked by an expansively defined Conceptualism.
David Evans @davidroyevans is a writer and curator based in Berlin

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