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Pablouribemmxshowiv
Atardecer, 2009 Video Installation © © Pablo Uribe
Waitingmauricedoherty
Waiting Video Installation
Theroseroom_nicolebarge_2010
The Rose Room, 2009/2010 Painting
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Schadensorge, 2010 Resurrected Extinct Animals From Berlin Various
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Tel Aviv/Jaffa, 2010 Video Still
Madeline_stillwellperformance
Performance, Custom performance for MMX © Madeline Stillwell
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Rose, Jasmine, Annabelle and Sandra or The word literally means 'face' — that which is in the front and which appears to — , 2010 Painting
Cycle
Cycle, 2010 Bubbles Various
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Art Appreciation Video
Elke_graalfs_wallworks
Will be doing a Custom Wall Work for MMX, Coming June 4, 2010 Painting
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Heaven and Bliss Video © Jesper Just
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Stiller, 2010
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Kermis Video Video Still © Annette Otto
Show IV

Linienstraße 142/143
10115 Berlin
Germany
June 4th, 2010 - July 9th, 2010
Opening: June 4th, 2010 6:00 PM - 10:00 PM

QUICK FACTS
WEBSITE:  
http://www.mmx.mx
NEIGHBORHOOD:  
mitte
TAGS:  
photography, mixed-media, digital, installation, video-art, performance, conceptual, realism, surrealism, abstract, modern, sculpture

DESCRIPTION

Show IV opens on June 4, 2010 with a musical performance by the Canadian duo Trike. Tobias Sternberg continues his interactive piece Schadensorge in the garden, if you missed the life-sized mammoth in the tree then be prepared for more creatures. Elke Graalfs unleashes her palette to transform the entire entrance room.  Paintings from Hannah Murgatroyd and Nicole Lebarge, a video installation by Irishman Maurice Doherty, performances by Berlin based Madeline Stillwell and a 2.5 meter bubble making machine entitled Cycle by Ben Sloat. Michael Ebert’s Stiller remains in the Hinterhof and Screening Program IV is curated by the MMX staff and includes works by Jesper Just, Annette Otto and Eric Fleischauer. Last summer the Venice Biennial premiered the work of Uruguayan artist Pablo Uribe and this summer MMX brings Atardecer to Germany.