Jonah Gebka participates in the first edition of DASfest, a biennial arts festival in Ghent founded by art platform Raumteid. The first edition takes shape through the multidisciplinary group exhibition In a Landscape and will take place from 15 to 25 July 2021 in studio S3, the dance studio of les ballets C de la [...]
Opening Thursday, 24. June, 6 - 9pm. The artist is present. Stefanie Hofer's etching 'Fragment' shows an installation by the artist Ludger Gerdes (1954 - 2008). On display is a stone ship embedded into the landscape, which the artist also described at the time as a 'fragment of a garden'. Gerdes saw his artistic work [...]
Opening: Monday June 14, 2 - 8pm. The artist is present. The Apple Tree Submarine is a unique art project with which artist Oh-Seok Kwon wants to create an "Art Community". You - as an art lover - will be involved in it. How? Learn more at the opening and the following days of the [...]
Take Your Time Exhibition documentation published on KubaParis
"How To" documents the step-by-step process, taken by artist Jonah Gebka, as he prepares for his solo exhibition, "Take Your Time", at Boutwell Schabrowsky, Munich. Jonah’s paintings frame a hand in the act of pulling out and/or putting back, a book from a shelf. The micro views of these paintings have been replicated [...]
The body of work presented at the gallery depicts hands pulling books from, or putting them back onto shelves. The gestures of the respective painted hands are ambiguous. Though they are repetitive, the gestures are not identical. Each painting is unique in composition, size and color while the motif, a book pulled out / put [...]
The Wind Blows Exhibition documentation published on Art Mirror
For this video, Judith Egger films herself in her studio, responding to the question: “What does art mean to you?”. The video also features photos and installation views of Judith’s works on show for our current exhibition ‘The Wind Blows’. We hope you enjoy it!
For this video, Susanne Thiemann sat down with us to speak about the origins of her practice and the many influences on her decades of art-making. The video also features installation views of Susanne’s works on show for our current exhibition ‘The Wind Blows’. We hope you enjoy it!