Galerie Christian Ehrentraut

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Nicola Samori at Galerie Christian Ehrentraut

by Alicia Reuter
For his first solo exhibition at Galerie Christian Ehrentraut, Nicola Samorì relocated to Berlin for several months in 2011 to produce a series of new works. Born in 1977 and raised in a small northeastern Italian town, the artist draws on a rich history of Baroque and Renaissance art, and has developed a unique technique that both honors and critiques the works he grew up with. In the current exhibition, “Imaginifragus” Samorì distorts his intensely layered paintings by smudging them with his... [more]
Posted by Alicia Reuter on 12/5/11

Yudi Noor

            Yudi Noor will be showing nine assemblage figures, a series of twelve collages as well as numerous sculptures and objects dealing with myths of creation by the great world religions and experimentations on proportion.An antique Buddhist medicine bowl, hologram tape, molded stainless steel, and embroidered linen form the elements in Noor's new compositions. Always in quest for the divine proportion, Noor combines ornaments, colors and objets trouvés with calligraphic... [more]
Posted by Abhilasha Singh on 4/17/11

Tilo Baumgaertel

  [Note: For more on Tilo Baumgaertel, please look at ArtSlant's Rackroom Interview here)   Wir freuen uns sehr, Sie zur Eröffnung der Einzelausstellung „Ganz Ohr“ von Tilo Baumgärtel einzuladen. Erstmals steht ein großformatiger Videoschaukasten im Mittelpunkt von Baumgärtels Ausstellung: Das Diorama „Metronom“ zeigt eine Modelllandschaft, die entfernt an australische Outbackfarmen oder Wildwestbesiedelungen erinnert. Darin verteilt liegen die Instrumentenkoffer eines verschollenen... [more]
Posted by ArtSlant Team on 6/1/10

Specters into Signals

by Hili Perlson
        In his first solo show in Berlin, the Canadian artist, Shannon Finley, exhibits some thirteen works all created with the same technique.  It is precisely his technique that makes Finley’s bright and colorful schemes so enthralling. Layer by layer, acrylic and paint are overlaid on the canvases to create translucent, collage-like formations. The multi-colored, geometrical shapes are seemingly holographic and reminiscent of light refracted through a prism. The multiple layers are... [more]
Posted by Hili Perlson on 3/21/10
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