London Art Fair with Hiroyuki Masuyama
Hiroyuki Masuyama and Joseph Mallord William Turner
The journeys from London to Rome
Turner's favorite themes were landscapes and seascapes, light and atmosphere being his special interest. Re-photographing these paintings is almost impossible: Nothing changes faster than light and atmosphere; and of course landscapes and cities look different than almost two centuries ago. Using an elaborate technique, sampling hundrets of photographs to one picture, Masuyama succeeded in recreating Turner's motifs.
Masuyama firmly believes in the possibility of time travel. As a Japanese, he also knows that you need a small deliberate irregularity to make something perfect. That is why, in his works, there are temporal transitions, passages between past, present and future. Seeing the past in the bright light of the present, without the patina of time - the works of Hiroyuki Masuyama make it possible.
London Art Fair
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52 Upper Street
London N1 0QH
VIP Preview: Tuesday 17 January 3pm - 9pm
Wednesday 18 and Thursday 19 January 11am – 9pm
Friday 20 January 11am – 7pm
Saturday 21 January 11am – 7.30pm
Sunday 22 January 11am – 5pm
Angel Station - 5 minute walk
King’s Cross St Pancras – 10 minute walk
Buses 19, 30, 38, 43, 56, 73, 341, 476
new display repository - Opening on Friday December 9th
Friday, 9th December 2016, 2 -6 pm
Tue - Fr 1 - 6 pm, Sat 11 am - 4 pm
for a few days now our new display repository has been finished and this week it will be equipped.
From now on, visitors of our Erfurt gallery will always have an insight into our entire program.
On the first floor of the new building, our series "public eye" will be launched from February 2017, which will bring individual themes and artists into the public eye or make special offers.
In the existing gallery rooms in Erfurt and Frankfurt am Main you will still see our full program: individual group and thematic exhibitions.
For next Friday, December 9, we invite you to a small opening event in our Erfurt Gallery from 2 to 6 pm. No speech, no music - but a lot of great art.
I am looking forward to your visit, kind regards
Hans-Christian Schink at Berlin University
Artist's talk 26th october 2016, 7 p.m.
Relating to Landscape
Hans-Christian Schink in conversation with Olga Smith
Tieranatomisches Theater Berlin-Mitte, Historischer Saal 1. OG, Philippstraße 12–13
ALTERED REALITY. Hans-Christian Schink a.o. at Frederick R. Weisman Museum of Art, Malibu
Hans-Christian Schink, David Hockney, Thomas Ruff, Andy Warhol u.a.
Frederick R. Weisman Museum of Art, Pepperdine University, Malibu
30 August until 4 December 2016
Sacred art by contemporary artists
Sacred art by contemporary artists is still exceptional. Mostly, the interventions in existing churches are limited to details. The fundamental artistic restructuring of Sankt Ägidien (Saint Giles) in Bernburg, however, is unique.
Hans-Christian Schink on exhibition at the Italian Cultural Institute London
THE ROME COMMISSION 2003-2015
Italian Cultural Institute London
16th May till 9th July 2016
London Exhibition with Moritz Götze & Rüdiger Giebler
Rüdiger Giebler & Moritz Götze
Gallery Rothamel Contemporary Fine Arts
An Exhibition of Paintings, Prints and Works in Enamel
Saturday 7th May 2016 at 4 pm
13A Havelock Walk
London, SE23 3HG
Introduction by Julia Semmer
Handel & Hendrix - Moritz Götze in London
Handel & Hendrix
Moritz Götze and Michelle Aland, Director & CEO of the Handel House Trust Ltd., request the pleasure of your company at a ceremony to present Moritz Götze’s enamel busts of George Frideric Handel and Jimi Hendrix to Handel House Trust Ltd.
At Handel & Hendrix in London on Thursday, 5th May 2016, at 4 p.m.
25 Brook Street Mayfair
picture: Uwe Köhn
Axel Anklam on exhibition in Till Richter Museum
The MainStage opens with Axel Anklam’s (*1971, Wriezen, lives and works in Berlin and Bad Freienwalde) retrospective Clearing, covering the years from 2005 to 2016.
His sculptures are biomorph yet abstract. Skins of glassfibre, epoxy resin, latex and carbon on skeletons of steel. The forms seem to be borrowed from nature but are never seen before; just like stepping onto a clearing and beholding of something extraordinary.
Axel Anklam in our eyes is among the most advanced and best contemporary sculptors worldwide. His international awards and exhibits speak to the attraction the work exerts. We are proud to be able to present him at the Till Richter Museum and are particularly happy that he will be present personally for the opening on April 23rd. The museums wishes to thank in particular Frisch Collection, Berlin for lending us some of their fine pieces.
image: Axel Anklam · Line · 2016 · stainless steel, carbon, epoxy · 47x32x73