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Press Releases from Heinz-Martin Weigand Gallery (4 total)

Exhibition: Nathalie Grenzhaeuser "Gezeiten" (Berlin Gallery Weekend 2015)

Opening reception: Friday, May 1, 2015 from 6 to 9pm Exhibition trough July 11, 2015 BERLIN GALLERY WEEKEND 2015: open Sat - Mon 11am to 6pm Nathalie Grenzhaeuser works in areas which one could at first call peripheral zones on the current geopolitical world map. One such place is Spitzbergen, which stands under Norwegian sovereignty and is in the archipelago of the same name north of the polar circle. The artist has travelled

Mantalina Psoma: eerily quiet

Mantalina Psoma eerily quiet Exhibition opening: Friday, 14 February 2014, 18:00-22:00 Exhibition : until 26 April 2014 In her paintings, Mantalina Psoma shows fleeting moments which, quite often, appear familiar to the viewer. Her pictures are reminiscent of photographs or film stills, drawn in a realistic style of painting. Mantalina Psoma deliberately chooses realism as a form of expression and lists painters such as Gerhard Richter, David Hockney or Edward Hopper as her

Nicole Heinzel: deconstructedreconstructed

Exhibtion opening: Friday, 20 September 2013, 18:00 – 22:00 Duration: 21 September to 3 November 2013 Berlin Art Week: open from 17 – 22 September, 11:00 – 18:00 In her first solo exhibition at the Heinz-Martin Weigand Gallery, Nicole Heinzel will present two groups of works – large-format water pictures and landscape works. The element connecting both groups is the exploration of the line. In the water pictures, the shapes of waves and

Exhibition: Damaris Odenbach "Modelle"

Exhibition opening: Friday, 18 January 2013, 6-10pm Exhibition runs until 30 March 2013 Photography remains the artistic medium with supposedly the greatest claim of being realistic and authentic. Despite the fact that we know very well that with only a few clicks of the mouse a completely different image can be generated, or that what seems to be a snapshot is in fact the result of an elaborate studio set-up, we are

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