Juliane Vonna Schönhauser

Juliane Vonna Schönhauser
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Juliane Vonna Schönhauser is an artist from Berlin. Her paintings show people in their daily lives, from yesterday to today. Her art is precise and yet abstract. The view is directed mostly onto the human being and beyond into eternity.

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Juliane Vonna Schönhauser ist eine Künstlerin aus Berlin. Ihre Bilder zeigen Menschen aus dem Alltag, von Heute und Gestern. Ihre Malereien sind konkret und doch abstrakt. Der Blick fällt immer auf den Menschen und dahinter in die Ewigkeit.

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Bernard Bolter

The Gates of Perception / Die Tore der Wahrnehmung

As a conclusion to his DIY residency in Berlin, Bernard Bolter presented his new series of mixed media paintings of the historical Gates of Berlin.

A contemporary American artist, Bernard is working primarily between the mediums of paint and photography. He is a Cityscape artist; from growing up skating in the streets to traveling international streets, cities have been his inspiration and material.

‘To be human, is in itself an art, as seen through the creative problem solving everyone uses to survive. Art can be so specific and specialized that we’re not even sure sometimes if anybody is making any new art. It can be such a mystery that no matter what time period you were to have lived in, there was always somebody saying that it’s all been done before. I work to contribute somewhere in the middle of this spectrum, with a nod to what has been built upon in the past with a sense of the universal.’   http://bernardbolter.com

Hallesches Tor 1894

 

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Woods – an incomprehensible passion

Woods – an incomprehensible passion

Project Photography Class Neukölln have been cultivating the special relationship to the woods which Germans are said to have. Artists Annekatrin Buhl, Angelika Dierkes, Andrea Höhne, Christine Kurka, Ulrike Ludwig, Andreas Machate, Konstanze Müller-Kitti, Judith Pfannenmüller, Anna Rittweger and Susanne Schmidt illuminate mutiple aspects of this relationship in this compelling photographic series.  Chaotic and unstructured; fairytale-like and mysterious; romantic and nostalgic – the continual mystery of the woods is unveiled.

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Wald – eine unverständliche Leidenschaft

Die Projekt-Fotoklasse “Wald – eine unverständliche Leidenschaft” unter der Leitung von Ulrike Ludwig hat sich mit dem besonderen Verhältnis zum Wald auseinandergesetzt, das man den Deutschen gemeinhin nachsagt. Ganz unterschiedliche Aspekte haben Annekatrin Buhl , Angelika Dierkes, Andrea Höhne, Chrsitine Kurka, Andreas Machate, Konstanze Müller-Kitti, Jutdith Pfannenmüller und Susanne Schmidt in ihren Bildserien umgesetzt. Mal ist es das Chaotische und Unstrukturierte, dann auch wieder das Märchenhafte und Unheimliche oder Romantische, das in den Bildern zur Sprache kommt.

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Everything Woman is Alien to Me

This week-long exhibition and event series was curated by Angel Callendar, Aggie Davies and Femina Non Grata. 

(http://feminanongrata.tumblr.com/woman-is-alien)

A group of the exiled and outcast have assembled in Berlin to reclaim their voice. Descendents of witches, heretics, persecuted people – we are here to tell our side of the story.

Those who live independently of authority are considered a threat to the established order. The figure of the witch, for example, is that of a woman who is dangerous for her associations with evil, that is, for her hidden knowledge, her rejection of Puritanism, her autonomy in patriarchal society. Today, some social conditions remain the same, women are still discounted and disbelieved. The tides are now changing. It is time for those who have been silent and silenced to speak and be heard. For if you do not define yourself, you will be swallowed by the definitions of others.

 

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Stranger Portraits – Pop Up Photo Project

Marga Meydenberg

Every human being is unique and therefore a piece of art.

This Dutch photographer living in Berlin makes portraits of strangers in temporary photo studios under the name Pop-Up Photo Studio by Meydenberg – one month in different areas in Berlin.

The goal is to make improvised portraits from people who walk by and visit. These spontaneous photo sessions often result in alienated and beautiful portraits of total strangers.

It is also an experiment to find out how far she can go making these pictures and how much people are willing to pay.

During the 4 weeks the gallery window slowly grows into a small exhibition.

After Neukölln, Kreuzberg, Wilmersdorf and Mitte, Marga’s pop-up continues in Friedrichshain, Schöneberg, Wedding and Prenzlauer Berg.

www.meydenberg.com

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Federico Hewson

Jan-March 2016 – Artist as Curator – Administration Residency

PremArts as laboratory for cultural producer ‘art office’: Organizing exhibitions for vintage photography in Europe (Abramson Arts Foundation European premiere at Frankfurt Foto Forum); booklets with exhibition about how horticulture and human rights (Action of Flowers series); cultivation of relationships with US photographers and Berlin galleries; grantwriting as producer of IMAGINE festival with Earthdance and Dance Films Association; research and administration for curation of PremArts 2017 calendar (weekly and monthly artist presentations, exhibitions and workshops).  federicohewson.com