Save the Date: Opening of New & Abstract Pop-up Showroom in Berlin

Save the Date: Opening of New & Abstract Pop-up Showroom in Berlin

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The New & Abstract Pop-up Showroom in Berlin opens on 18 July and presents artists from the gallery and guests in a first group exhibition. Otto Baum, Philipp Geist, Nico Hensel, Elisabeth Jahrmärker, Susanne Lingeveldt and Tola Navarro will kick off this series of monthly changing group exhibitions with key works from their oeuvres.

100 square metres for changing exhibitions

For the next six months, the New & Abstract Pop-Up Showroom will be located in Berlin Mitte between Alexanderplatz and Soho House. National and international positions will be shown on 100 square metres.

Inspired by Berlin's club culture, the concept envisages a changing presence at exciting locations in the art metropolis.

Highlight of the first show

A particular highlight of the first exhibition will be the wall piece designed exclusively for the New & Abstract Pop-up Showroom by Otto Baum and a sculptural intervention by the artist Elisabeth Jahrmärker, who is also from Berlin.

Group Show #1

Otto Baum

Philipp Geist

Nico Hensel

Elisabeth Jahrmärker

Susanne Lingeveldt

Tola Navarro

Opening  

18 July | 18 - 21 PM

Mollstraße 1, 10178 Berli

Opening hours  

19 July - 15 August

Wed - Sat 14 - 19 PM and by appointment

 

More about the artists:

Otto Baum

Since 2005 Otto Baum is part of the 6-member art collective KLUB7 from Halle an der Saale and Berlin. Their fields of work range from large-scale facade paintings to cross-room murals. Through the oversized work as part of the art collective KLUB7, he developed his own visual imagery over the past years. Otto`s interest and passion are working with wood and different brushes, his idea to combine both brought him to a new idea to build his own drawing tools, he calls them the OTTOTOOLS. With these drawing tools he effectively works on large wall surfaces, Otto Baum strings together sequences of patterns and recombines them. 

 

Philipp Geist

Philipp Geist works worldwide as an artist with the media of projection mapping/light installations, photography, fine art prints and painting. Geist's projects are primarily characterized by their complexity in the integration of space, sound and moving images. His works have a painterly, compositional approach to overlays, structures and graphic elements. He also combines his analogue paintings with generative elements. His video mapping installations transform a wide variety of architectures in urban space into moving, painterly light sculptures that challenge the viewer's perception of two- and three-dimensionality.

 

Nico Hensel

Nico Hensel was born in 1977 in southern Germany. His works are characterized by the specific examination of material and representation techniques. Craft and digital mix to create a new expression.

 

Elisabeth Jahrmärker

Elisabeth Jahrmärker studied at the Kunsthochschule Berlin-Weissensee and at the EnsAD Paris. She lives and works in Berlin.

 

Susanne Lingeveldt

Susanne Lingeveldt is a German artist currently based in Woodstock, Cape Town, South Africa. She has a formal background in art education and languages. She incorporates inspiration from her personal life into her paintings through an abstract perspective.

 

Tola Navarro

Tola Navarro, born in 1984 in Caracas, Venezuela, is the grandson of a sculptor and the son of a Chilean poet. He has a degree in Architecture with a minor in Art History from the Universidad del Desarrollo.