Takt Kunstprojektraum is happy to present: HUMANIFOLD - new works by UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE MFA ARTISTS participating artists: Samuel Boehm Juan Pablo Cárdenas Bailey M. Chick JSTN CLMN Abby Daleki Nick King Jason Lake Eddy Rhenals-Narvaez Molly Walker Jacqueline Yvonne Opening reception: Friday February 24th 7-10pm Kunstraum Tapir | Weserstraße 11 | 10247 Berlin-FriedrivhshainFind out more »
Blur Of Memories' is an episode within the ongoing research project ‘Vocabulary of Thought’ where Söring explores the notion of false memory, how recollected memory is subject to our contemporary circumstance, where in fact, external and internal influences aid the memory to take on a new form, separating it from it’s original state. Söring uses her work to archive her own personal memories as well as our collective memory.Find out more »
Dermis P. León did MA (Curatorial Studies, Bard College, New York), BA (Art History, University of Havana) and BA (Latin American Art, University of Costa Rica). Her practices and research explores the relationships between Latin-American, European and Middle East artists, concerning aesthetics of fragility and process, issues of identity, gender, cultural crossing mobility, and immigration.Find out more »
Ralf Tekaat | Memorial for the Unknown IcebergFind out more »
“Take off from here. And don’t be so earnest, so ready for the sackcloth and the ashes.
Let go, let fly, forget.
You’ve listened long enough. Now strike your note.”
Model for a Rocket | acrylic on linen | 35 x 37cm | 2017 Takt presents Michael Greaves | Facsimile OPENING Sunday, 16.07.2017 7-10pm EXHIBITION 17.07. - 20.07.2017 OPEN HOURS Monday 17th, Wednesday and Thursday 20th 11am -3pm Tuesday 18th 1-3pm ARTIST TALK Tuesday 18th 7-9pm Kunstraum Tapir | Weserstraße 11 | 10247 Berlin-Friedrivhshain Facsimile “Painting is like thinking: it ends only in an arbitrary, artificial sense, in the way that a thought reaches its fulfilment only to lead to…Find out more »
Charys is a visual artist from Northern Ireland, now based in Berlin. Over the past few years Charys’ work has focused on society's modern day relationship with nature, how we're becoming more disconnected from nature and often over look and underappreciate the beauty/importance of the natural world.
She presents her views using photographs, pencil drawings and large-scale drawings in conté crayon and ink, creating images with areas of detail juxtaposed and contrasted with areas of quiet space, where fragility and absence coexist.