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COMING UP:Gary Schlingheider PRETTY IN PINK15 Jan – 12 March 2021 | galerieburster KarlsruheOpening Saturday, 15 January...
13/01/2022

COMING UP:

Gary Schlingheider
PRETTY IN PINK
15 Jan – 12 March 2021 | galerieburster Karlsruhe

Opening Saturday, 15 January 2022, 3 – 8 pm

Please note that current 2G-rules apply.

We are pleased to present PRETTY IN PINK, Gary Schlingheider's second solo exhibition at galerie burster Karlsruhe. Painting and sculpture are mutually dependent in the work of Gary Schlingheider and arise from the preoccupation with the border crossing of the two genres. Color and form are the main focus of the painter and sculptor's work. He works in large formats, with powerful opaque colors and geometric, reduced bodies. With a reference to art historical models such as the Minimalists, Ellsworth Kelly or Frank Stella, Schlingheider explores the boundaries between painting and sculpture anew.
Text: Eva Wolpers | OWL5 – Spurensuche | Marta Herford

Image: Gary Schlingheider THE PIT 2021 pink powder-coated steel frame, acrylic and lacquer on canvas 172 x 202 cm

COMING UP:

Gary Schlingheider
PRETTY IN PINK
15 Jan – 12 March 2021 | galerieburster Karlsruhe

Opening Saturday, 15 January 2022, 3 – 8 pm

Please note that current 2G-rules apply.

We are pleased to present PRETTY IN PINK, Gary Schlingheider's second solo exhibition at galerie burster Karlsruhe. Painting and sculpture are mutually dependent in the work of Gary Schlingheider and arise from the preoccupation with the border crossing of the two genres. Color and form are the main focus of the painter and sculptor's work. He works in large formats, with powerful opaque colors and geometric, reduced bodies. With a reference to art historical models such as the Minimalists, Ellsworth Kelly or Frank Stella, Schlingheider explores the boundaries between painting and sculpture anew.
Text: Eva Wolpers | OWL5 – Spurensuche | Marta Herford

Image: Gary Schlingheider THE PIT 2021 pink powder-coated steel frame, acrylic and lacquer on canvas 172 x 202 cm

Currently in Berlin:ALL I WANT | group show– 18 Dec 2021 at galerie burster BerlinWith works by:Christian August Bram Br...
17/12/2021

Currently in Berlin:

ALL I WANT | group show
– 18 Dec 2021
at galerie burster Berlin

With works by:

Christian August
Bram Braam
Alex Feuerstein
Nina Röder
Gary Schlingheider
Maria Schumacher

Photo: Silke Briel

Currently in Karlsruhe:TRIPLE LILAC | group show – 23 Dec 2021at galerie burster KarlsruheWith works by:Lea GochtPeco Ka...
16/12/2021

Currently in Karlsruhe:

TRIPLE LILAC | group show
– 23 Dec 2021
at galerie burster Karlsruhe

With works by:
Lea Gocht
Peco Kawashima
Nina Laaf

If you triple lilac, what do you get?

As different as their approaches may be at first glance, the work of the three artists tells of dealing with surprising combinations of materials and with fundamental questions of shape, space and compression.

Wrapped tubes made of papier-mâché are recurring forms in Lea Gocht's work. Gocht creates her strangely organic-looking objects wrapped in fabric tubes both manually and mechanically in a playful act. Her forms do not engage with any concrete scope of meaning and yet have an astonishingly direct effect. Lea Gocht (*1995 in Weingarten, Germany) studied at the Staatliche Akademie der Bildenden Künste Karlsruhe with Prof. Corinne Wasmuth from 2013 to 2020. In 2019, she received the Graduate Scholarship of the State of Baden-Württemberg. Lea Gocht lives and works in Karlsruhe.

Topics or concepts such as time, emotions, experiences that are otherwise difficult to grasp are the focus of Peco Kawashima's work. In the course of a lifetime, this wealth of experience becomes vague or individual memories disappear from memory altogether: "Dig them up and build them!" is one of the artist's mottoes. Peco Kawashima (*1979 in Kyoto, Japan) studied at the Staatliche Akademie der Bildenden Künste Karlsruhe with Prof. Katinka Bock from 2011 to 2017 and completed her master's degree with Prof. Harald Klingelhöller. In 2020, the artist will receive the Hanna Nagel Prize Karlsruhe. Peco Kawashima lives and works in Karlsruhe.

In her work, Nina Laaf deals with strategies of irritation, alienation, context shifting and questioning of visual habits. In her artistic work, she examines the nature of materials, material compositions and their limits. Nina Laaf (*1977 in Hilden, Germany) studied at the Staatliche Akademie der Bildenden Künste Karlsruhe from 2010 to 2017 with Prof. Silvia Bächli, Prof. John Bock and Prof. Ulla von Brandenburg and completed her master's degree with Prof. Harald Klingelhöller. In 2018, the artist received the Hanna Nagel Prize Karlsruhe and was a scholarship holder at the Cité Internationale Des Arts Paris in 2019. Nina Laaf lives and works in Karlsruhe.

Photo: Lea Gocht

COMING UP:ALL I WANT group show 10 – 18 Dec 2021at galerie burster BerlinIncluding works byChristian August Bram Braam A...
08/12/2021

COMING UP:

ALL I WANT group show
10 – 18 Dec 2021
at galerie burster Berlin

Including works by

Christian August
Bram Braam
Alex Feuerstein
Nina Röder
Gary Schlingheider
Maria Schumacher

Please feel warmly invited to join us for the opening this Friday, 10 Dec, 6 – 9 pm! (2G-rule applies)

Image: Maria Schumacher Symbiotic Paradox 2021 oil on canvas 50 x 40 cm

COMING UP:

ALL I WANT group show
10 – 18 Dec 2021
at galerie burster Berlin

Including works by

Christian August
Bram Braam
Alex Feuerstein
Nina Röder
Gary Schlingheider
Maria Schumacher

Please feel warmly invited to join us for the opening this Friday, 10 Dec, 6 – 9 pm! (2G-rule applies)

Image: Maria Schumacher Symbiotic Paradox 2021 oil on canvas 50 x 40 cm

Bram BraamWords Can‘t Tell– 4 Dec 2021 at galerie burster Berlin Stop by if you are around!Photos: Silke Briel
20/11/2021

Bram Braam
Words Can‘t Tell
– 4 Dec 2021 at galerie burster Berlin

Stop by if you are around!

Photos: Silke Briel

LEA GOCHTPECO KAWASHIMANINA LAAFTRIPLE LILAC20 Nov – 23 Dec 2021 | galerie burster KarlsruheIf in Karlsruhe, please feel...
17/11/2021

LEA GOCHT
PECO KAWASHIMA
NINA LAAF

TRIPLE LILAC
20 Nov – 23 Dec 2021 | galerie burster Karlsruhe

If in Karlsruhe, please feel warmly invited to join us for the opening this week Saturday, 20 November 2021, 6 – 9 pm!

We are pleased to present Triple Lilac, the first group show by Lea Gocht, Peco Kawashima and Nina Laaf at galerie burster Karlsruhe.

If you triple lilac, what do you get?

As different as their approaches may be at first glance, the work of the three artists tells of dealing with surprising combinations of materials and with fundamental questions of shape, space and compression. The works on display, including sculptures, installations and works on paper, are reminiscent of familiar forms, evoking a wide variety of associations that ultimately elude any concrete assertion or clear recognition value. Their forms and non-forms playfully stretch out in the gallery space, some quite resistant, some rather tame. They seek and find their place by engaging in dialogue – with the space surrounding them, the artworks surrounding them and, of course, the viewers.

We are thrilled to present 'Words Can’t Tell'solo show by Bram Braam – 4 Dec 2021 at galerie burster Berlin Please feel ...
02/11/2021

We are thrilled to present
'Words Can’t Tell'
solo show by Bram Braam
– 4 Dec 2021 at galerie burster Berlin

Please feel warmly invited to join us for the opening this Friday, 5 Nov 2021, 6 – 9 pm!

A search for the raw traces to be found in our urban environment – a landscape dominated by architecture – are the points of departure for the work of Dutch artist Bram Braam. This search manifests itself in a sculptural and poetic representation of materiality and decay. Architectural landscapes are by their very nature subject to change, they are built for the purpose of humankind to live, work and play and, at the same time, it is this use that causes transformation alongside the influences of nature, destruction and decay. The sculptural works of Bram Braam are a reference to this eternal cycle and the transformation process of this materiality from its creation to its death.

Text: Sarie Nijboer

We are thrilled to present
'Words Can’t Tell'
solo show by Bram Braam
– 4 Dec 2021 at galerie burster Berlin

Please feel warmly invited to join us for the opening this Friday, 5 Nov 2021, 6 – 9 pm!

A search for the raw traces to be found in our urban environment – a landscape dominated by architecture – are the points of departure for the work of Dutch artist Bram Braam. This search manifests itself in a sculptural and poetic representation of materiality and decay. Architectural landscapes are by their very nature subject to change, they are built for the purpose of humankind to live, work and play and, at the same time, it is this use that causes transformation alongside the influences of nature, destruction and decay. The sculptural works of Bram Braam are a reference to this eternal cycle and the transformation process of this materiality from its creation to its death.

Text: Sarie Nijboer

Please feel warmly invited to join us for the final event of SHOT#TWO | IT’S PART OF A STRATEGY and view the outcome of ...
26/10/2021

Please feel warmly invited to join us for the final event of SHOT#TWO | IT’S PART OF A STRATEGY and view the outcome of the 13-day intervention, this Friday 29 October 2021, 5 – 9 pm at galerie burster Berlin. The final selection of works will also be available online, stay tuned!

Participating artists:
Maria Braune
Erik Esso
Tim Freiwald
Florian Kuhn
Schirin Kretschmann
Manuel Strauß

Photos: Silke Briel

Christian AugustUNKNOWN TERRITORY– 13 Nov 2021at galerie burster karlsruheIn his works, Christian August creates abstrac...
22/10/2021

Christian August
UNKNOWN TERRITORY
– 13 Nov 2021
at galerie burster karlsruhe

In his works, Christian August creates abstract-expressive color worlds, which move in the play of intuitively and in a fast ductus set gray tones and pastel or neon color gradients. And just as his works are created in rapid physical movement, they also remain in motion for the viewer: his worlds of colour shine and bubble, diffuse, organic and alternating between loud and soft, rough and smooth on the surface of the picture, and at the same time appear so ethereal that one wants to reach into the picture to try out where the colour haze ends and the material begins.

See you in Karlsruhe!

Photos: Andrea Fabry

We are thrilled to announce the second edition of SHOT# – a series of short exhibitions that provide a platform for expe...
12/10/2021

We are thrilled to announce the second edition of SHOT# – a series of short exhibitions that provide a platform for experimental formats:

SHOT#TWO | it’s part of a strategy
15 – 29 October 2021 at galerieburster berlin

Maria Braune
Erik Esso
Tim Freiwald
Schirin Kretschmann
Florian Kuhn
Manuel Strauß

Opening: Friday, 15 October 2021, 5 – 9 pm
Final: Friday, 29 October 2021, 5 – 9 pm

Save the date!

In the beginning, there is a large shelf. Inside: strange things, mixtures of different substances and forms, everyday things, raw material, artificial or natural, solid or liquid, dead or alive. Maria Braune, Erik Esso, Tim Freiwald, Schirin Kretschmann, Florian Kuhn and Manuel Strauß have gathered them together. They are materials and fragments of works that they handle artistically on a daily basis. In daily actions and interventions at galerie burster, the six of them subject the materials to ever new transformations, appropriate each other's materials and ideas and thus create an as yet unknown, joint product in an open process. In it, highly individual concepts of art, material and authorship intersect, six ways of worldmaking that do not necessarily have to harmonise with each other. An experiment on the living body of art.

We are thrilled to announce the second edition of SHOT# – a series of short exhibitions that provide a platform for experimental formats:

SHOT#TWO | it’s part of a strategy
15 – 29 October 2021 at galerieburster berlin

Maria Braune
Erik Esso
Tim Freiwald
Schirin Kretschmann
Florian Kuhn
Manuel Strauß

Opening: Friday, 15 October 2021, 5 – 9 pm
Final: Friday, 29 October 2021, 5 – 9 pm

Save the date!

In the beginning, there is a large shelf. Inside: strange things, mixtures of different substances and forms, everyday things, raw material, artificial or natural, solid or liquid, dead or alive. Maria Braune, Erik Esso, Tim Freiwald, Schirin Kretschmann, Florian Kuhn and Manuel Strauß have gathered them together. They are materials and fragments of works that they handle artistically on a daily basis. In daily actions and interventions at galerie burster, the six of them subject the materials to ever new transformations, appropriate each other's materials and ideas and thus create an as yet unknown, joint product in an open process. In it, highly individual concepts of art, material and authorship intersect, six ways of worldmaking that do not necessarily have to harmonise with each other. An experiment on the living body of art.

Mwangi HutterIt’s A Thin Linesolo show currently on view at galerie burster Berlin– 9 Oct 2021It’s a thin line, and we w...
06/10/2021

Mwangi Hutter
It’s A Thin Line
solo show currently on view at galerie burster Berlin
– 9 Oct 2021

It’s a thin line, and we walk it every day
Anything can arise, in certain uncertainty
It’s a thin line, mere dancing on a razor's edge
Challenged not to fall to one or the other way
It’s a thin line, like skating on a mirror's surface
We are our own reflections, inseparably separable
My here is your there, my there, your here
Never can we be in one place at the same time?

– Mwangi Hutter

Photos: Silke Briel

Christian AugustEase, 2021Acrylic on canvas120 x 80 cmAnthuresta, 2021Acrylic on canvas120 x 80 cmAt Distance, 2021Acryl...
24/09/2021

Christian August

Ease, 2021
Acrylic on canvas
120 x 80 cm

Anthuresta, 2021
Acrylic on canvas
120 x 80 cm

At Distance, 2021
Acrylic on canvas
120 x 80 cm

currently on view at his solo show 'Unknown Territory' at galerie burster in Karlsruhe – 13 Nov 2021.

We look forward to seeing you!

24/09/2021

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SHOT#ONE (JUST VIBIN’…XOXOXO) | Felix Schröder
at galerieburster @galerieburster #galerieburster

Artist:
Felix Schröder @felixoxoxoxoxoxo #felixschröder

Text: Marlene A. Schenk @marleneaschenk
Photography: Silke Briel @silke_briel

#kubaparisexhibition #kubaparis

Photos from KubaParis's post
24/09/2021

Photos from KubaParis's post

Mwangi Hutter | It‘s A Thin Line16 Sept – 9 Oct 2021 | at galerie burster BerlinPlease feel warmly invited to join us fo...
15/09/2021

Mwangi Hutter | It‘s A Thin Line
16 Sept – 9 Oct 2021 | at galerie burster Berlin

Please feel warmly invited to join us for the opening tomorrow, Thursday, 16 Sept 2021, 5 – 9 pm!

We are pleased to present It's A Thin Line, the second solo show by the artist couple at galerie burster Berlin. Inspired by a song by The Persuaders (1971), Mwangi Hutter's It's A Thin Line explores themes of resilience, longing for touch, closeness and distance. Their works in the media of painting, installation, sound, video and sculpture question existing notions of identity based on gender and cultural origin.

Mwangi Hutter is composed of Ingrid Mwangi (*Nairobi, Kenya) and Robert Hutter (*Ludwigshafen a. R., Germany). Their common artistic identity is based on the fusion of their personal lives, their artistic work and their names. Through an examination of their own bodies, Mwangi Hutter's works reflect changing social realities, creating an aesthetic of self-knowledge and togetherness.

Works by Mwangi Hutter have been on display at the Venice Biennial, Documenta in Kassel, São Paulo Biennial, Havanna Biennial, Brooklyn Museum in New York, Centre Pompidou in Paris, Mori Art Museum in Tokyo and Johannesburg Art Gallery in South Africa.

Opening hours during Berlin Art Week
Friday 17 – Sunday 19 Sept 2021: 11 am – 7 pm

Image: Mwangi Hutter Until We Breathe (Beloved Series) 2021 watercolor, luminous acrylic, charcoal on canvas 200 x 230 cm

Mwangi Hutter | It‘s A Thin Line
16 Sept – 9 Oct 2021 | at galerie burster Berlin

Please feel warmly invited to join us for the opening tomorrow, Thursday, 16 Sept 2021, 5 – 9 pm!

We are pleased to present It's A Thin Line, the second solo show by the artist couple at galerie burster Berlin. Inspired by a song by The Persuaders (1971), Mwangi Hutter's It's A Thin Line explores themes of resilience, longing for touch, closeness and distance. Their works in the media of painting, installation, sound, video and sculpture question existing notions of identity based on gender and cultural origin.

Mwangi Hutter is composed of Ingrid Mwangi (*Nairobi, Kenya) and Robert Hutter (*Ludwigshafen a. R., Germany). Their common artistic identity is based on the fusion of their personal lives, their artistic work and their names. Through an examination of their own bodies, Mwangi Hutter's works reflect changing social realities, creating an aesthetic of self-knowledge and togetherness.

Works by Mwangi Hutter have been on display at the Venice Biennial, Documenta in Kassel, São Paulo Biennial, Havanna Biennial, Brooklyn Museum in New York, Centre Pompidou in Paris, Mori Art Museum in Tokyo and Johannesburg Art Gallery in South Africa.

Opening hours during Berlin Art Week
Friday 17 – Sunday 19 Sept 2021: 11 am – 7 pm

Image: Mwangi Hutter Until We Breathe (Beloved Series) 2021 watercolor, luminous acrylic, charcoal on canvas 200 x 230 cm

We're excited to share some installation view of our current show FELIX SCHRÖDERSHOT#ONE (JUST VIBIN'...XOXOXO)– 11 Sept...
11/09/2021

We're excited to share some installation view of our current show

FELIX SCHRÖDER
SHOT#ONE (JUST VIBIN'...XOXOXO)
– 11 September 2021 at galerie burster Berlin

The show is the first edition of SHOT# – a series of short exhibitions that provide a platform for experimental formats.

Text by Marlene A. Schenk

Every painting hanging in the gallery gives away a feeling of being watched - of not being the only one that is actually observing. It is this confrontation with the canvas, which is permanent and inevitable in Felix Schröder’s work. The work’s gaze becomes inevitable, almost kitschy, hovering from underneath a collection of images, strokes and stitches.

To show in contemporary painting what one’s immediate environment can look like on one canvas alone must be a staggering task: There is the unlimited abundance of individual relevance; the overwhelming impenetrability of the surfaces that confront the observer with their most recent environment. Felix Schröder has dealt intensively with the entirety of what he regards as remarkable in his environment, as archivable.

This momentary registry has become a lot, too much for the width of the canvas, which is why the artist's research goes into the depths of each painting’s foundation. It is these layers on which Schröder's gestural strokes spreads. His ductus superimposes and at the same time sorts the masses: computer-generated faces, blurry references to works of art and architectural notes, monstera-flowers with watermarks on it. All references are torn open, the canvas ripped apart at times, sewn back together. This marbled whole blurs into a hazy fragment of what the human eye is trying to capture momentarily today.

In his practice, Felix Schröder combines painting, screenprinting and various interferences on canvas, merging his archives of the everyday. […]

Photo: Silke Briel

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