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Galleri Heike Arndt Berlin

Galleri Heike Arndt Berlin Galleri Heike Arndt DK is originally a Danish gallery in Kettinge since 1989. In 2008, the gallery expanded to Friedrichshain in Berlin. Galleri Heike Arndt DK is defined as ”klein aber fein” and focuses on displaying contemporary art such as paintings, sculptures, drawings, graphic prints and new media.

In our growing graphic department, there is a permanent selection available with more than 400 pieces of Scandinavian and German prints.

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Suns out! Ivan Prietos' sculptures at the galleri is enjoying the beautiful weather.
10/05/2022

Suns out! Ivan Prietos' sculptures at the galleri is enjoying the beautiful weather.

About Yesterday's Scandinavian Meeting Point! 🤩
05/05/2022

About Yesterday's Scandinavian Meeting Point! 🤩

The Ukrainian Support Campaign is ongoing and Mathias Winde has been added to the list of the donating artists! 🙏Martin ...
05/05/2022

The Ukrainian Support Campaign is ongoing and Mathias Winde has been added to the list of the donating artists! 🙏

Martin Winde's expose vague and aerial figures, leaving the viewer with a sensation of anxiety and loneliness.

The characters are always portrayed in groups but they do not interact as if they were alienated from what’s happening on the outside. Winde’s interest lies in showing difficulties carried by common people who can only rely on themselves. Therefore, they all seem to lead a burdensome life of disadvantage.

The overall environment seems to be quiet but at the same time seemingly against the success of those characters. They are portrayed from behind: their faces are not visible to the viewer and, when they are, their features are not recognizable but rather blurred and indefinite.

Want to donate or buy the works part of the Ukrainian campaign, check the following link: https://berlin.heike-arndt.dk/deutsch-support-ukrainian-artists

Our commissions will be directly donated to the fund
and shared between the artists affected by the current conflict.

We are happy to introduce Martina Nikova, who is another artist contributing to the cause and donating some of her artwo...
04/05/2022

We are happy to introduce Martina Nikova, who is another artist contributing to the cause and donating some of her artworks to our Ukrainian SupportFund!

Martina Nikova portrays dogs in her detailed and minimalistic . Her works can be perceived as quirky and amusing since she presents the characters from an unusual perspective.

A dog with a big head and small paws or a dog with a massive body and tiny tail and ears may charm the viewer. The solitary dogs look bizarre and serious at the same time and carry the narrative, somehow appealing to the tender feelings in the audience.

Want to see the works and learn more about the artist? Come by for a cup of coffee at our Gallery in Berlin, or check their' profile on our webshop.

Our commissions will be directly donated to the fund
and shared between the artists affected by the current conflict.

Anne Starling (AU) is generously donating her artwork to sell in support of our fund for the Ukrainan artists.To learn m...
29/04/2022

Anne Starling (AU) is generously donating her artwork to sell in support of our fund for the Ukrainan artists.

To learn more, buy and donate: https://berlin.heike-arndt.dk/dk/deutsch-support-ukrainian-artists

Australian artist Anne Starling’s prints center around the interaction between humans, more specifically families, and the urban and industrial landscape they inhabit, focusing on the neglect resulting from the exploitation by manufacturers. Starling delves into the social and ecological structures of the sceneries she portrays, examining the changes of the environment.

Want to see the works and learn more about the artist? Come by for a cup of coffee at our Gallery in Berlin, or check their profile on our webshop.
https://berlin.heike-arndt.dk/anne-starling-au

Our commissions will be directly donated to the fund
and shared between the artists affected by the current conflict.

Rita Vandevorst (BE) is in solidarity with our Ukrainan artists donating all of her artworks exhibited in the gallery to...
27/04/2022

Rita Vandevorst (BE) is in solidarity with our Ukrainan artists donating all of her artworks exhibited in the gallery to sell in support of our fund.

To learn more, buy and donate: https://berlin.heike-arndt.dk/dk/deutsch-support-ukrainian-artists

Rita Vandevorst are reminiscent of Victorian illustrations with details. Her curious characters are placed in surreal surroundings inviting to be observed. The characters are usually children and ravens, coexisting in harmony or standing alone, constructing complex, but calm combinations.

Vandevorst creates frames as if they derive from a fairytale. All the characters are in a contemplated state, usually with their gaze in the same direction, creating the feeling that they are heading somewhere united. The viewer can create their own story behind the characters, as they stand enigmatically. This atmosphere is enhanced by the use of black and white sceneries, where the sense of depth as well as mystery is increased.

Want to see the works and learn more about the artist? Come by for a cup of coffee at our Gallery in Berlin, or check their profile on our webshop.

Our commissions will be directly donated to the fund
and shared between the artists affected by the current conflict.

25/04/2022

Meet our new team of interns!
Today we are introducing Josh & Floriana! ✨
Josh comes from England 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿 and Floriana from Italy 🇮🇹. They have both been working here in the gallery as Audiovisual design Interns interns.
This interview was edited by Floriana, our Audio Visual Designer intern!
Check out the video to get to know them better!

Misa Tsuchiya (JP) is in solidarity with our Ukrainan artists donating her artworks to sell in support of our fund. To l...
25/04/2022

Misa Tsuchiya (JP) is in solidarity with our Ukrainan artists donating her artworks to sell in support of our fund.

To learn more, buy and donate: https://berlin.heike-arndt.dk/dk/deutsch-support-ukrainian-artists

Misa Tsuchiya’s main characters are animals, drawn in mostly bright, non realistic colors and elaborate patterns. Their powerful bodies are posed in a way that makes them seem ready to attack, or at least on guard. However, they appear to be doing so in a more playful, maybe even mocking, way instead of a threatening one. Still, they have a powerful stance.

Tsuchiya’s woodcut prints have very strong color identities, with the animals always identified by a black line. The background is defined by pattern, again in bold colors contrasting the animals. The ornamentation behind Tsuchiya’s bulls brings to mind textiles woven by hand and gives the pieces an intricate, carefully crafted look.

Want to see the works and learn more about the artist? Come by for a cup of coffee at our Gallery in Berlin, or check their profile on our webshop.

Our commissions will be directly donated to the fund
and shared between the artists affected by the current conflict.

We are delighted to announce that also Tibor Jaeger (SE) is in solidarity with our Ukrainan artists donating artworks ex...
22/04/2022

We are delighted to announce that also Tibor Jaeger (SE) is in solidarity with our Ukrainan artists donating artworks exhibited in the gallery to sell in support of our fund.

To learn more, buy and donate: https://berlin.heike-arndt.dk/dk/deutsch-support-ukrainian-artists

Swedish artist Tibor Jaeger’s figurative are questioning our relation to each other by using anthropomorphised animals and anonymous figures. The artist incorporates different print techniques resulting in a chaotic atmosphere full of contrasting elements, almost blurring the threshold between fantasy and reality.

Jaeger’s screen prints have always elements taken from the tangible world, such as landscapes, photos and people taken from everyday situations. At the same time the viewer is conscious about the presence of components from the imagery realm. This awareness emerges because of the presence of animal-faced humans, mirroring his will to investigate the relationship between nature and humankind.

Want to see the works and learn more about the artist? Come by for a cup of coffee at our Gallery in Berlin, or check their profile on our webshop.
https://webshop.heike-arndt.dk/?s=Tibor+Jaeger+%28SE%29&post_type=product

Our commissions will be directly donated to the fund
and shared between the artists affected by the current conflict.

20/04/2022

Meet our new team of interns!

Today we are introducing Eva & Valentina! ✨

Valentina comes from Italy 🇮🇹 and she has been working in the gallery as an Art history and Cultural management intern. Eva is from Slovenia 🇸🇮 and has been working within our team as an Art history and Cultural management intern as well.

This interview was edited by Josh, our Audio Visual Designer intern!

Check out the video to get to know them better!

ARTIST IN FOCUS: Anna Voitiuk (UA) The monochrome and highly detailed  by Anna Voitiuk present personified animals conqu...
20/04/2022

ARTIST IN FOCUS: Anna Voitiuk (UA)

The monochrome and highly detailed by Anna Voitiuk present personified animals conquering the human’s world in a fairytale manner.

Find her works on our Webshop: https://webshop.heike-arndt.dk/?s=Anna+Voitiuk+%28UA%29&post_type=product

In her artworks, she often combines elements created by humans, such as busses and scores, together with animals, mostly mice, turtles and wolves, as well as flora and fauna. In this utopia, the human presence is missing and is replaced by other species, where they imitate human behaviors and coexist in a civilised manner.

Find more about Anna Voitiuk on our website: https://berlin.heike-arndt.dk/anna-voitiuk-ua


Today we introduce Tanja Huntus (FI) from our Mini Maxi Print 2021 Exhibition!Find her works on our Webshop: https://web...
18/04/2022

Today we introduce Tanja Huntus (FI) from our Mini Maxi Print 2021 Exhibition!

Find her works on our Webshop: https://webshop.heike-arndt.dk/?s=Tanja+Huntus+%28FI%29&post_type=product

Tanja Huntus photo realistic mezzotints are portraying mostly animals. In her very dark pieces she highlights their character and questions our relation and interaction with them. Their gaze heads directly to the viewer, creating an intimate feeling. She emphasizes the uniqueness of each animal and the reflection of their character in their expressions, especially domestic animals, such as dogs.

Find out more about Tanja Huntus on our website: https://berlin.heike-arndt.dk/tanja-huntus-fi

Mini Maxi Print 2021: Pieter Lerooij (BE)Find his works on our Webshop: https://webshop.heike-arndt.dk/?s=pieter%20leroo...
15/04/2022

Mini Maxi Print 2021: Pieter Lerooij (BE)

Find his works on our Webshop: https://webshop.heike-arndt.dk/?s=pieter%20lerooij...

In his ironic oil paintings, Pieter Lerooij confronts the viewer with bizarre and surrealistic scenarios whose protagonists are anthropomorphic animals. Pieter Lerooij’s artistic research led him to experiment with different techniques such as etching and painting. The protagonists of his pictures are anthropomorphic animals, acting like humans. The theatrical compositions of Lerooij’s pictures show irony about society, hitting the viewer on a subconscious level.

Both in his etchings and in his paintings, Lerooij manages to create a new world, a new imagination, made by creatures with animal heads and human bodies that play humans and are involved in the most absurd actions. They inscribe the topic of confronting reality through eccentric and imaginary scenarios by portraying repetitive figures of human-looking animals that challenge the viewer.

Lerooij works address society’s hurry to achieve success. The artist seems to make us stop and think about society.

Find out more about Pieter Lerooij on our website: https://berlin.heike-arndt.dk/pieter-lerooij-be-2

13/04/2022

Meet our new team of interns! 💥

Today we are introducing Peggy 🇬🇷 & Nadia🇷🇺🇲🇦 !

Peggy comes from Greece and she has been working in the gallery as a Multimedia & Design intern. 🖌

Nadia is half Russian, half Moroccan and has been working within our team as a Communication and Administration intern. 💻

This interview was edited by Floriana, our Audiovisual Designer intern 📽 !

Check out the video to get to know them better! ⏯

ARTIST IN FOCUS: Mathias Winde (DE)German artist Mathias Winde’s etchings expose vague and aerial figures leaving the vi...
13/04/2022

ARTIST IN FOCUS: Mathias Winde (DE)

German artist Mathias Winde’s etchings expose vague and aerial figures leaving the viewer with a sensation of anxiety and loneliness.

Find his works on our Webshop: https://webshop.heike-arndt.dk/?s=Mathias+Winde+%28DE%29&post_type=product

Winde’s interest lies in showing difficulties carried by common people who can only rely on themselves. Therefore, they all seem to lead a burdensome life of disadvantage.

In Winde’s work, the employment of the technique provides the work with a shaded tone, resulting in an ethereal atmosphere, suggesting a sense of oppression. Winde’s touch is quick but confident, resulting in highlighting the hidden traits of his characters.

Find out more about Mathias Winde on our website: https://berlin.heike-arndt.dk/mathias-winde-de

Today we introduce Patrycja Chrzanowska (PL) from our Mini Maxi Print 2021 Exhibition!Find her works on our Webshop: htt...
11/04/2022

Today we introduce Patrycja Chrzanowska (PL) from our Mini Maxi Print 2021 Exhibition!

Find her works on our Webshop: https://webshop.heike-arndt.dk/?s=Patrycja+Chrzanowska+%28PL%29&post_type=product

In her works Polish artist Patrycja Chrzanowska confronts her own feelings and perceptions of the world around her, resulting in her pieces acting as a sort of psychological self portrait. What the viewer sees on the paper is essentially a visualization of Chrzanowska’s observations about her surroundings. The particular choice of color gives the pieces their strong visual identity. Structure, patterns, color and the interaction between those aspects play a central role in her works.

In Chrzanowska’s works, moments from a hectic city daily life are turned into colorful images and patterns, sometimes through free association, such as in the case of the blue cows prancing away in front of a background of rows of milk cartons in a supermarket. Chrzanowska takes ordinary, yet relatable scenarios, from her own experience – such as walking past graffitied walls or grocery shopping – and turns them into something playful and intriguing.

Find out more about Patrycja Chrzanowska on our website: https://berlin.heike-arndt.dk/patrycja-chrzanowska-pl

The opening of the Scandinavian Meeting point was once again a success! Thank you so much for coming. What an evening! 🤗...
07/04/2022

The opening of the Scandinavian Meeting point was once again a success! Thank you so much for coming. What an evening! 🤗🥳
Do you find yourself in the pictures?👆

Make sure to look out for the event for the next Meeting point next month and invite your friends!🤩

ARTIST IN FOCUS: Hyejeong Kwon (KR) Kwon immerses the observer into her internal dialogue. Her etchings are a tool for d...
06/04/2022

ARTIST IN FOCUS: Hyejeong Kwon (KR)

Kwon immerses the observer into her internal dialogue. Her etchings are a tool for disentangling her own “inner thoughts” or “inner monologues”, reflecting both personal enquiries and answers.

Find her works on our Webshop: https://webshop.heike-arndt.dk/?s=HYEJEONG+KWON+%28KR%29&post_type=product

In Kwon’s works, this results in different images of layered, and coloured, objects and animals. These elements are made of simple outlines, giving an almost childish aspect to the pieces whilst still exploring her own deep personal thoughts.

Kwon’s etchings represent animals in somewhat almost abstract settings. The catchy colours used, coupled with the thick lines will captivate the viewer’s attention.

Find out more about Hyejeong Kwon on our website: https://berlin.heike-arndt.dk/kwon-hyejeong-kr


ARTIST IN FOCUS: Anaïs Charras (FR)Find her works on our Webshop: https://webshop.heike-arndt.dk/?s=Ana%C3%AFs+Charras&p...
04/04/2022

ARTIST IN FOCUS: Anaïs Charras (FR)

Find her works on our Webshop: https://webshop.heike-arndt.dk/?s=Ana%C3%AFs+Charras&post_type=product

French artist Anaïs Charras stages surrealistic figures in her drypoint etchings. Her creatures appear distorted and detached from each other, inviting the viewer to reflect on their inner landscape, almost causing an unpleasant feeling.Emphasized by the constant pressure of being at the center of a stage, a recurring element in her compositions is theatre. This environment allows the characters to be questioned and elevate themselves.

Find out more about Anaïs Charras on our website: https://berlin.heike-arndt.dk/anais-charras

Today we introduce Blaze Cyan (UK) from our Mini Maxi Print 2021 Exhibition!Find her works on our Webshop: https://websh...
31/03/2022

Today we introduce Blaze Cyan (UK) from our Mini Maxi Print 2021 Exhibition!

Find her works on our Webshop: https://webshop.heike-arndt.dk/?s=Blaze+Cyan+%28UK%29&post_type=product

Blaze Cyan’s and show her fascination with the mysterious nature of ancient trees and forests. Her etchings depict these in a harsh light, using a strong black and white contrast, while she highlights their existence that usually remains unnoticed and is taken for granted by people. Cyan’s works convey her attraction to the mysterious and anthropomorphic nature and woodlands.

Find out more about Blaze Cyan on our website: https://berlin.heike-arndt.dk/blaze-cyan-uk

Join us next week wednesday at 7-10pm for our Scandinavian Meeting Point🤩https://fb.me/e/15iEQANSVCome as you are. Grab ...
30/03/2022

Join us next week wednesday at 7-10pm for our Scandinavian Meeting Point🤩

https://fb.me/e/15iEQANSV

Come as you are. Grab a snack, a drink and create new connections in beautiful Friedrichshain this wednesday.

We can't wait to see you there!✨

28/03/2022

ARTIST IN FOCUS: Anne Starling (AU)

Anne Starling’s linocut prints center around the interaction between humans, more specifically families, and the urban and industrial landscape they inhabit. Focusing on the neglect resulting from the exploitation by manufacturers. We thank her as well to support our ukranian artists with a donation of her work.

Find her works on our Webshop: https://webshop.heike-arndt.dk/?s=Anne+Starling+%28AU%29&post_type=product

She delves into the social and ecological structures of the sceneries she portrays, examining the changes of the environment. Positioning families at the epicenter of this degradation of land by industry and even setting one of her prints in a playground.

She points to children as the future of humankind and leaves the viewers wondering about the true impact that industrial production has on the environment and more specifically on their own neighborhoods and kids' futures.

Find out more about Anne Starling on our website: https://berlin.heike-arndt.dk/anne-starling-au

ARTIST IN FOCUS: Víctor M. H. Castillo’s Castillo’s large and mesmerizing linocuts confront the viewer with an overwhelm...
25/03/2022

ARTIST IN FOCUS: Víctor M. H. Castillo’s
Castillo’s large and mesmerizing linocuts confront the viewer with an overwhelming plot.

His dense and figurative works can be perceived as aggressive, but enticing. Highly contrasted black and white pieces introduce the audience to the surreal images that feature disturbing fantastic creatures as well as people undergoing metamorphosis. There is a demonic element to the linocuts, that could be reminiscent of nightmares and fears.

Find his work in our webshop:
https://webshop.heike-arndt.dk/?s=V%C3%ADctor+Manuel+Hern%C3%A1ndez+Castillo&post_type=product

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Galleri Heike Arndt “Klein aber Fein”...

English Galleri Heike Arndt DK was established in Denmark in 1989 and Berlin in 2008. We are defined as ”Klein aber Fein” and focus on displaying contemporary art, such as paintings, sculptures, drawings, graphic prints, and new media. Our growing graphic department contains a permanent selection of more than 400 pieces of international prints. Our gallery in Denmark,Kettinge (DK) is usually open all weekdays, just give us a call at +45 60902481 to book a visit. In bought our galleries -Berlin and Kettinge, you will find guest artists who have proven their talents and professionalism.We hope to surprise our visitors and challenge their minds. The gallery takes an active part in introducing the art and culture from Scandinavian and German-based artists beside our international graphic salon. We wish to support projects involving international artists and groups from both regions and from abroad. Through our gallery in Berlin, we wish to intensify this process as well as offer guided tours at the gallery and in the area of Berlin-Friedrichshain based on art, cultural and historical issues. In our Danish studios and residency for printing, ceramic/sculpture,and painting, we hope to develop an active artist environment in the future.

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About Yesterday's Scandinavian Meeting Point! 🤩
The Ukrainian Support Campaign is ongoing and Mathias Winde has been added to the list of the donating artists! 🙏

Martin Winde's expose vague and aerial figures, leaving the viewer with a sensation of anxiety and loneliness.

The characters are always portrayed in groups but they do not interact as if they were alienated from what’s happening on the outside. Winde’s interest lies in showing difficulties carried by common people who can only rely on themselves. Therefore, they all seem to lead a burdensome life of disadvantage.

The overall environment seems to be quiet but at the same time seemingly against the success of those characters. They are portrayed from behind: their faces are not visible to the viewer and, when they are, their features are not recognizable but rather blurred and indefinite.

Want to donate or buy the works part of the Ukrainian campaign, check the following link: https://berlin.heike-arndt.dk/deutsch-support-ukrainian-artists

Our commissions will be directly donated to the fund
and shared between the artists affected by the current conflict.

We are happy to introduce Martina Nikova, who is another artist contributing to the cause and donating some of her artworks to our Ukrainian SupportFund!

Martina Nikova portrays dogs in her detailed and minimalistic . Her works can be perceived as quirky and amusing since she presents the characters from an unusual perspective.

A dog with a big head and small paws or a dog with a massive body and tiny tail and ears may charm the viewer. The solitary dogs look bizarre and serious at the same time and carry the narrative, somehow appealing to the tender feelings in the audience.

Want to see the works and learn more about the artist? Come by for a cup of coffee at our Gallery in Berlin, or check their' profile on our webshop.

Our commissions will be directly donated to the fund
and shared between the artists affected by the current conflict.

Meet the second pair of our new interns!

Today we are introducing Josh 🇬🇧 & Floriana 🇮🇹!

Josh and Floriana make up the Multimedia and Audiovisual team 📹and are the ones behind the filming and editing of our introductory videos – including this one.

Check out the video to get to know them better! ⏯

IG: https://www.instagram.com/galleriheikearndtberlin/

Anne Starling (AU) is generously donating her artwork to sell in support of our fund for the Ukrainan artists.

To learn more, buy and donate: https://berlin.heike-arndt.dk/dk/deutsch-support-ukrainian-artists

Australian artist Anne Starling’s prints center around the interaction between humans, more specifically families, and the urban and industrial landscape they inhabit, focusing on the neglect resulting from the exploitation by manufacturers. Starling delves into the social and ecological structures of the sceneries she portrays, examining the changes of the environment.

Want to see the works and learn more about the artist? Come by for a cup of coffee at our Gallery in Berlin, or check their profile on our webshop.
https://berlin.heike-arndt.dk/anne-starling-au

Our commissions will be directly donated to the fund
and shared between the artists affected by the current conflict.

Rita Vandevorst (BE) is in solidarity with our Ukrainan artists donating all of her artworks exhibited in the gallery to sell in support of our fund.

To learn more, buy and donate: https://berlin.heike-arndt.dk/dk/deutsch-support-ukrainian-artists

Rita Vandevorst are reminiscent of Victorian illustrations with details. Her curious characters are placed in surreal surroundings inviting to be observed. The characters are usually children and ravens, coexisting in harmony or standing alone, constructing complex, but calm combinations.

Vandevorst creates frames as if they derive from a fairytale. All the characters are in a contemplated state, usually with their gaze in the same direction, creating the feeling that they are heading somewhere united. The viewer can create their own story behind the characters, as they stand enigmatically. This atmosphere is enhanced by the use of black and white sceneries, where the sense of depth as well as mystery is increased.

Want to see the works and learn more about the artist? Come by for a cup of coffee at our Gallery in Berlin, or check their profile on our webshop.

Our commissions will be directly donated to the fund
and shared between the artists affected by the current conflict.

Meet our new team of interns!
Today we are introducing Josh & Floriana! ✨
Josh comes from England 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿 and Floriana from Italy 🇮🇹. They have both been working here in the gallery as Audiovisual design Interns interns.
This interview was edited by Floriana, our Audio Visual Designer intern!
Check out the video to get to know them better!
Misa Tsuchiya (JP) is in solidarity with our Ukrainan artists donating her artworks to sell in support of our fund.

To learn more, buy and donate: https://berlin.heike-arndt.dk/dk/deutsch-support-ukrainian-artists

Misa Tsuchiya’s main characters are animals, drawn in mostly bright, non realistic colors and elaborate patterns. Their powerful bodies are posed in a way that makes them seem ready to attack, or at least on guard. However, they appear to be doing so in a more playful, maybe even mocking, way instead of a threatening one. Still, they have a powerful stance.

Tsuchiya’s woodcut prints have very strong color identities, with the animals always identified by a black line. The background is defined by pattern, again in bold colors contrasting the animals. The ornamentation behind Tsuchiya’s bulls brings to mind textiles woven by hand and gives the pieces an intricate, carefully crafted look.

Want to see the works and learn more about the artist? Come by for a cup of coffee at our Gallery in Berlin, or check their profile on our webshop.

Our commissions will be directly donated to the fund
and shared between the artists affected by the current conflict.

We are delighted to announce that also Tibor Jaeger (SE) is in solidarity with our Ukrainan artists donating artworks exhibited in the gallery to sell in support of our fund.

To learn more, buy and donate: https://berlin.heike-arndt.dk/dk/deutsch-support-ukrainian-artists

Swedish artist Tibor Jaeger’s figurative are questioning our relation to each other by using anthropomorphised animals and anonymous figures. The artist incorporates different print techniques resulting in a chaotic atmosphere full of contrasting elements, almost blurring the threshold between fantasy and reality.

Jaeger’s screen prints have always elements taken from the tangible world, such as landscapes, photos and people taken from everyday situations. At the same time the viewer is conscious about the presence of components from the imagery realm. This awareness emerges because of the presence of animal-faced humans, mirroring his will to investigate the relationship between nature and humankind.

Want to see the works and learn more about the artist? Come by for a cup of coffee at our Gallery in Berlin, or check their profile on our webshop.
https://webshop.heike-arndt.dk/?s=Tibor+Jaeger+%28SE%29&post_type=product

Our commissions will be directly donated to the fund
and shared between the artists affected by the current conflict.

Meet our new team of interns!

Today we are introducing Eva & Valentina! ✨

Valentina comes from Italy 🇮🇹 and she has been working in the gallery as an Art history and Cultural management intern. Eva is from Slovenia 🇸🇮 and has been working within our team as an Art history and Cultural management intern as well.

This interview was edited by Josh, our Audio Visual Designer intern!

Check out the video to get to know them better!

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