Azaro Art Spaces

Azaro Art Spaces New space dedicated to fine arts in Hafencity, Hamburg.

Dear friends and followers, artists and collectors, collaborators and visitors, Azaro Art Spaces is going through some c...
22/07/2021

Dear friends and followers, artists and collectors, collaborators and visitors, Azaro Art Spaces is going through some changes we would like to share with you.

As most of you noticed already, our website is down and it’s going through full restructure.
The new website is already under construction and will be ready for launch soon.

Along with the new website we’ll bring a new location with new artists and even a new gallery team, so sit back and relax because you’ll be hearing from us again soon!

In the meantime let’s keep in touch via Instagram and Facebook.

Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.

Are you ready? Tonight at 20h you have a meeting with Haejin Yoo! Have fun!!!
29/04/2021

Are you ready?
Tonight at 20h you have a meeting with Haejin Yoo!
Have fun!!!

💥 LATER TONIGHT 💥Starting at 8PM,  will take over Azaro Art Spaces Instagram for a live acrylic painting session. You ca...
29/04/2021

💥 LATER TONIGHT 💥
Starting at 8PM, will take over Azaro Art Spaces Instagram for a live acrylic painting session.

You can’t miss it!!!

WANT MORE HAEJIN?
Go to the link in our bio and check out her online solo show on Artland.

 

Later today, Haejin Yoo will take over Azaro Art Spaces Instagram for a live acrylic painting session.The live stream st...
29/04/2021

Later today, Haejin Yoo will take over Azaro Art Spaces Instagram for a live acrylic painting session.
The live stream starts at 20h. Do not miss it!

22/04/2021

Behind the painting with introducing “The Daydreamer”.

Visit Haejin’s online solo show on Artland. Link in bio.

‘The Daydreamer’ is another surreal depiction of the artist’s husband whose mind is extremely creative and imaginative, ...
22/04/2021

‘The Daydreamer’ is another surreal depiction of the artist’s husband whose mind is extremely creative and imaginative, and often hidden under a somewhat catatonic daze. While the Hospital gown represents the real world, there’s a solemn in acknowledging the freedom that comes from being caught in your own world. Like the sea turtle that swims from ocean to ocean, no matter where you are, your mind is free.

“The Daydreamer” - Portrait Series (2020)

// 200cm x 180cm x 2cm // acrylic, hand-dyed cotton thread on linen

16/04/2021

Behind the painting with introducing “Slump”.

Visit Haejin’s online solo show on Artland. Link in bio.

15/04/2021

Behind the painting with introducing “The Island”

Visit Haejin’s online solo show on Artland. Link in bio.

‘The Island’ is a large-scale n**e portrait of the artist’s husband who portrays an island surrounded by the ocean. It t...
15/04/2021

‘The Island’ is a large-scale n**e portrait of the artist’s husband who portrays an island surrounded by the ocean. It tells a story that indicates love and the confinement in the artist’s life while being separated from reality. It shows the artist’s subconscious reliance on her husband. The painting of the husband is very detailed yet the painting of the sailboat, which represents the painter, has little strength in the composition. It shows the artist’s fragility in herself to get across the wild water to the island, which seductively calls her in.

“The Island” - Portrait Series (2020)

// 200cm x 180cm x 2cm // acrylic, hand-dyed cotton thread on linen

13/04/2021

Behind the paintings with

Introducing “The Hunt”

‘Spirit Illness: Beer’ was inspired by the feeling of being consumed by something beyond your control. Too much for too ...
13/04/2021

‘Spirit Illness: Beer’ was inspired by the feeling of being consumed by something beyond your control. Too much for too long and over many unwanted drunken nights, it felt like I had become the beer itself. This loss of control, chaos, and imbalance was caused by a ‘spirit illness’ that I had experienced for many years. However, the snake that once took a grip on me is slithering away, showing that it won’t keep hold of me forever. Despite looking past what’s happening with concealed eyes, the withering of the aloe flower provides a feeling that an end to this pain is coming.

“Spirit Illness: Beer” - Spirit Illness Series (2020)

// 120cm x 90cm x 2cm // acrylic, hand-dyed cotton thread on linen

‘A Dreaming Rooster’ depicts a strong-willed woman boasting a miraculous life of hardships but overcoming life’s challen...
12/04/2021

‘A Dreaming Rooster’ depicts a strong-willed woman boasting a miraculous life of hardships but overcoming life’s challenges with style, grace, connection, and success.”

“A Dreaming Rooster" - Portrait Series (2020)

// 120cm x 90cm x 2cm // acrylic, hand-dyed cotton thread on linen

Don’t miss Haejin Yoo’s collection available on Artland. Link in bio.

"“I live in a burning house” visualizes the feeling of experiencing anger and resentment. This feeling lasted for a long...
10/04/2021

"“I live in a burning house” visualizes the feeling of experiencing anger and resentment. This feeling lasted for a long time until I noticed having anger and resentment were only hurting me and no one else. But, even after becoming aware of it, it was hard to stop. I felt trapped in these feelings that were causing me pain. I started writing in my art journal trying to figure out how this felt in terms of imagery. It felt like my body was a house and I was trapped inside of a burning house. The flame was melting my body. There is a door to walk out, but it’s as if I’m choosing not to leave. Represented by the limp arms, I’ve given up while flames engulf my body. I wanted to paint something that would help me get out of this feeling, so I replaced flames with flowers. There are many repetitive elements in the painting, and in a way, this repetitiveness was used as a meditative treatment for the anger and resentment I was carrying. Within a month of it, those feelings had been resolved. By replacing flames with flowers I replaced pain with conquest and achievement."

"I live in a burning house" - Help Series (2021)

// 100cm x 120cm x 2cm // acrylic, hand-dyed cotton thread on linen

Don’t miss Haejin Yoo’s collection available on Artland. Link in bio.

"​‘The Hunt’ is a quirky interpretation about avoiding the elephant in the room. It was inspired by an experience one af...
09/04/2021

"​‘The Hunt’ is a quirky interpretation about avoiding the elephant in the room. It was inspired by an experience one afternoon when a giant Golden Eagle landed on my apartment balcony in the middle of the city where I reside. A very unusual place to see such a bird, but before flying away, it turned and locked eyes with me for a few moments. When a Golden Eagle appears in front of you it also symbolises an end and a new beginning, and so that special moment showed me a positive change was coming.

The painting itself illustrates that even though Golden Eagles are symbols of strength, perseverance, hard work, and success, they won’t be seen that way if they choose to remain blinded and neglect reality."

“The Hunt” - Portrait Series (2020)

// 90cm x 120cm x 2cm // acrylic, hand-dyed cotton thread on linen

Don’t miss Haejin Yoo’s collection available on Artland. Link in bio.

'Slump' is when movement is stagnant and everything feels impossible. I laid for 6 months as if a ball and chain were cl...
09/04/2021

'Slump' is when movement is stagnant and everything feels impossible. I laid for 6 months as if a ball and chain were clasped around my neck. I couldn’t get up. All senses and my sense of self were being overridden. Feeling hollow and disconnected from my spirit, I lose trust in myself as the grief from the dark red aloe flower pierces through my body. Meanwhile, a white snake coils like innards, symbolising the ancestor spirits that have made a home inside me.

“Spirit Illness: Slump” - Spirit Illness Series (2020)

// 120cm x 90cm x 2cm // acrylic, hand-dyed cotton thread on linen

‘Crane Picnic’ is a surreal portrayal of the artist’s husband and his character. He longs for social gatherings yet sits...
08/04/2021

‘Crane Picnic’ is a surreal portrayal of the artist’s husband and his character. He longs for social gatherings yet sits peacefully alone, content by applying sunscreen in the sunshine, and what accompanies his imagination. The imagination of three cranes, who symbolize unconditional love, devotion, and good fortune, gather around the picnic blanket creating a social atmosphere and complimenting his placid and solitudinous nature.

“Crane Picnic” - Portrait Series (2020)

// acrylic, hand-dyed cotton thread on linen // 90cm x 120cm x 2cm

Don’t miss Haejin Yoo’s collection available on Artland. Link in bio.

‘On a bed of thistles’ portrays the feeling of depression. The body solidifies and is held down by the darkness above. A...
08/04/2021

‘On a bed of thistles’ portrays the feeling of depression. The body solidifies and is held down by the darkness above. Although being uncomfortable, moving creates the risk of being hurt by the surrounding thistles. Not able to get up, I cling to a gold string of hope. Meanwhile, the chrysanthemum provides the glimpse of optimism, longevity, fidelity, joy, what I yearn for, and what is possible.

“On a bed of thistles” - Spirit Illness Series (2020)

// acrylic, hand-dyed cotton thread on linen // 100cm x 100cm x 4cm

Don’t miss Haejin Yoo’s collection available on Artland. Link in bio.

01/04/2021

And who’s this??!!

01/04/2021

Check out Haejin Yoo’s online solo exhibition on Artland. Link in bio.

01/04/2021

Are you loving our interview with Haejin Yoo?

You want more Haejin? Her online solo exhibition is now available on Artland.
Link in bio.

31/03/2021

The online solo exhibition with Haejin Yoo starts tomorrow. Stay tuned for more details!

31/03/2021

These are just a teaser from the super interview we had with Haejin.

The full interview will be soon featured under our IGTV collection soon.

31/03/2021

🧵 Why do you stitch your signature?! 🪡

31/03/2021

These are just a teaser from the super interview we had with Haejin.

The full interview will be soon featured under our IGTV collection soon.

31/03/2021

Let’s talk about techniques.

31/03/2021

More from our interview with Haejin Yoo. The full interview and even BLOOPERS reel 🤪 will be available on our IGTV soon.

30/03/2021

These are just a teaser from the super interview we had with Haejin.

The full interview will be soon featured under our IGTV collection soon.

30/03/2021

How did you become an artist?

30/03/2021

Hello! It’s been a while, right?
After a short break, Azaro Art Spaces is back and proud to introduce its newest addition to a fantastic lineup of resident artists.
Please welcome Haejin Yoo!

For the next couple of days, Haejin will be introducing herself and her work, warming up for her first solo online show with Azaro Art Spaces that opens on April 1st on Artland.com

Join us on a loud “welcome” to Ms. Yoo and don’t miss her solo show.
For more details check our website. Link in bio.

 

Have you noticed the happy family in our posters? That’s one of Sonja Schumacher’s paintings. What do you think? Creepy ...
31/01/2021

Have you noticed the happy family in our posters?
That’s one of Sonja Schumacher’s paintings. What do you think? Creepy or super cool? Or both?!

Let’s see what the artist has to say about it!

“If you look at the world in which we live, with its breaks and moods, you see the disturbing and the injured in man. This leads to questions for me.
What makes us different, behind our facade, beyond our social codes of conduct? How does the individual find his place in the psychosocial structure.
We are all actors who learn their role and play it the best we can. We mask ourselves and hide our weaknesses and wounds.
It is the shadow side of being human that interests me in painting. I want to expose the scars on the soul and what our society does not see or want to make visible. The complexity of feelings, transparent and vulnerable… a delicate treasure.

Viewing the eyes as a window to the soul through which everything is transported unfiltered, through which we make contact, a contact that requires no words.
Explore and comprehend the skin as border, protection and covering, as the largest sensitive organ, this speaks, is so complex and fascinating and is always redesigned.
From this my"painting between skin and soul" develops.”

Don’t forget that the group exhibition “And Now, Back to Our Regularly Scheduled Programming” is officially extended and we’re ready for visitors!
From Tuesday to Saturday, between 12h and 18h, we’ll be waiting for you in Hafencity.

                         

We are all very excited to have visitors in the gallery again. The exhibition “And Now, Back to Our Regularly Scheduled ...
30/01/2021

We are all very excited to have visitors in the gallery again. The exhibition “And Now, Back to Our Regularly Scheduled Programming” was extended and will be available until February 14th. It’s a beautiful winter day in Hamburg and as if it’s not enough reason to visit the exhibition, what about finding inspiration on Nina Piatrouskaya’s works?

Here’s a brief introduction about the artist:

“Born and raised in Minsk (Belarus), currently based in Dresden. Art was a hobby and passion since childhood, but professional life followed a completely different path. Nina studied Chemistry at Belarusian State University and graduated with a master’s degree.

Beginning in 2010 Nina studied in the Art Studio in Minsk supervised by Rishard May. The unique feature of this studio is that its students study and develop their style and techniques in the atmosphere of absolute creative freedom. Artists do not learn common skills, but rediscover them through solving creative tasks using their own bright color palletes.

In her own words: “In my artworks I aim at using pure colors to relay the brightest impressions through creating color transitions with fine lines and geometric forms. Regardless of the seeming simplicity, each painting poses a creative and tedious challenge with minute details and thorough work, every painting takes several weeks or months to finish but in return transforms into a meditative outlet for me. Through the combination of colors and shapes I strive to elicit a strong emotional response in the viewer while simultaneously providing them with the relaxing feeling of calmness”.

                         

Introducing Gerrit Hodemacher in his own words:“There are people from the art scene who say my paintings are abstract ex...
29/01/2021

Introducing Gerrit Hodemacher in his own words:

“There are people from the art scene who say my paintings are abstract expressionism. And they ask if Jackson Po***ck is my role model.
Unfortunately, neither the technical term nor the incredibly strong artist were known to me before. Today I consider it a huge compliment and have adopted the expression.”

                         

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Brooktorkai 20
Hamburg
20457

Öffnungszeiten

Dienstag 12:00 - 18:00
Mittwoch 12:00 - 18:00
Donnerstag 12:00 - 18:00
Freitag 12:00 - 18:00
Samstag 12:00 - 18:00

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AZARO ART SPACES - AN EXHIBITION CONCEPT WITH A STRONG EXTERNAL IMPACT

Azaro Art Spaces is a temporary art space showing contemporary art in different places. To change spaces and places also means to change the point of view, to think anew again and again. With an unconventional exhibition concept that is to be more a shop than a „white cube“ gallery, an uncomplicated entrance to contemporary art is created: Azaro Art Spaces would like to offer artists, art lovers, but also anyone who might not otherwise come into contact with art a platform that invites them to exchange experiences.

Parallel to the exhibitions, Azaro Art Spaces therefore conceives a lively program with art and dance performances, jazz and classical concert evenings, readings, but also artist cooking and dinner evenings, because there are many possibilities to experience art.

„To switch rooms and places also means to change one‘s point of view, to think anew again and again“.

Azaro Art Spaces focuses on a creative interim use of empty commercial spaces. For the owner of the temporary exhibition and event space, this interim use has various advantages. On the one hand, the empty space is generally animated in its external effect. In addition, the changing public traffic awakens the interest of long-term prospective tenants and thus inspires their imagination for their own commercial use of the location.

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