Kevork Mourad – Fears and Dreams (9th August – 15th September 2019)

    We are delighted to present Kevork Mourad’s (*1970) solo-show “Fears and Dreams”. Kevork Mourad was born in Qamishli in Syria. His Armenian family was one of many who relocated there. Showing great artistic promise since a young age, Mourad graduated from the Yerevan Institute of Fine Arts in

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Svenja Schüffler – How to manage the Apocalypse? (17th May – 11th July 2019)

Galerie Kuchling presents Svenja Schüffler‘s first comprehensive solo show in Germany. Titled How to manage the Apocalypse? the gallery shows works from her latest projects and from the namesake cycle of works. Her latest accomplishments show a vast range of graphic techniques on paper that Svenja Schüffler prepared and expanded especially

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Ying-Tung Tseng – Five Elements : Creation of Earth (29th March – 3rd May 2019)

The island of Taiwan is located in the Western Pacific, north of the Philippines, and around 180 km from the Chinese mainland. In the 17th century Portuguese seafarers named the island “Formosa“, short for “ilha formosa“, meaning beautiful island. On the eastern coast its silhouette is dominated by mountain chains

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Uta Zaumseil – Baby, you can drive my car (25th January – 8th March 2019)

“Uta Zaumseil is a graphic narrator and a photographic painter. Nothing can be fathomed at first glance. Her stories have open endings, she allows them to take hold of their beholders, and to unfold their magic within them.“1 The hazy light of the winter sun falls through the studio windows.

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Mette Juul & Rasmus Søndergaard Johannsen – Fixations (9th November 2018 – 11th January 2019)

Clinging on to things, not letting go of someone or something seems to be deeply rooted in human nature. On so many occasions we wish that a special moment would last, longing to take it with us and forever keep it the way it is, unique, fragile and irretrievable in

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Yamou – Scales of Life (30th August – 19th October 2018)

We in- and exhale 17 times a minute, consuming around 12,200 liter of oxygen a day, while a tree, depending on its size and location, produces around 21,000 liter over the same period. The body of a grownup consists of a trillion cells of which 50 million die every second,

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Ying-Tung Tseng – Five Elements (24th July – 1st August 2018)

We are delighted to present the pop-up exhibition Five Elements by the Taiwanese artist Ying-Tung Tseng (*1953 Tainan). Ying-Tung Tseng‘s serial works are influenced by Taoism and by the artist‘s affection for his homeland Taiwan. His sculptural paintings have a rough, relief-like surface which reminds one of stone or raw

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Semaan Khawam & Kevork Mourad – Roots and Wings (24th May until 18th July 2018)

”When I was 11 in Syria, my grandfather used to take me to a small piece of land that my family owned where we used to spend hours together watering the plants and talking about life. This is my only happy place.“[1] (Semaan Khawam) ”For me, home is a safe

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Maria Kassab & Semaan Khawam • Displaced Portraits

Who am I? Am I a face, am I a body, or the product of my cultural and social background? Who am I? – The quest for identity is a dynamic process that everyone lives through over and over again. At times conciously, at times unknowingly. This introspection becomes tangible

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Lucy Farley – Road Trip (16th March – 11th May 2018)

„Afoot and light-hearted I take the open road, Healthy, free, the world before me, The long brown path before me leading wherever I choose.“ (Walt Whitman) When we travel we feel lighter, as travelling allows us to leave everything grave and grey behind. When we embark on a journey we

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