Paul Pfeiffer at Carlier Gebauer, Berlin

Press release: carlier | gebauer is pleased to present Incarnator, Paul Pfeiffer’s fifth solo exhibition with the gallery. Pfeiffer’s Incarnator series expands from the artist’s internationally acclaimed eponymous video, which is further brought to life through a series of life-sized sculptures. All sculptures were produced during the artist’s six-month residency at Bellas Artes Projects in

Spiros Hadjidjanos at Future Gallery, Berlin

Press release: Future Gallery is proud to present an exhibition of new works by Spiros Hadjidjanos. For his latest exhibition at the Future Gallery, Spiros Hadjidjanos explores the relationship between the collective acceleration of the cultural and technological evolutions. His experience of this shift in relation to his own trajectory and memory drives the investigation.

Koo Jeong A at KÖNIG GALERIE, Berlin

Press release: The work of Koo Jeong A incorporates objects with the capacity for transformation,still and moving images, sound and scent. These disparate mediums are combined with elements such as wind, gravity, and site-specific reconfigurations and interventions into architectural space. Often using commonplace matter in order to conjure alternative realities, Koo Jeong A traces a

David Hanes at Open Forum, Berlin

Press release: Ice was the nature of his game. Seen as leagues of corridor, mazes of shadow. Walls that flick away like supersonic butterflies made of shade. Beyond them, the illusion of infinite space. Black ice. Don’t think about it. Black ice. Too many stories; black ice. Frost that kills. Black ice. Illegal, but then

Alisa Baremboym at Konrad Fischer Galerie, Berlin

Press release: Alisa Baremboym’s first solo exhibition at Konrad Fischer Galerie, Between States, continues the investigation of themes long seen in her work. Focused on creating transitional moments of “becoming”, and applying a wide array of materials: ceramics, steel, gelling agents, silk, and cables, with unlikely partners such as vinyl, plastic, and crude-oil by-product, her

Andro Wekua at Sprüth Magers, Berlin

Press release: At the center of Andro Wekua’s new exhibition at Sprüth Magers is a life-size sculpture made of nickel silver – a silver-like alloy of copper, nickel and zinc – and a group of paintings. The untitled sculpture recalls Wekua’s earlier mannequin figures and continues their subtle formal vocabulary. The androgynous figure appears situated

Philip Poppek at Stadium, Berlin

Press release: The entire catalogue raisonné of the painter is scanned and an archive of all contained word paintings is created. The archive is subjected to an automated vectorization process. Painted images are photographed on film grain or chip, printed as a raster image in the catalogue, converted into vector graphics by an algorithmic process.