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Michael Reid - Australian Art

Galerie Michael Reid - Australian Art Berlin
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Ackerstr. 163
10115 Berlin
Tel.: 0175 62 65 100
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Aktuelle Ausstellung(en)

Wayne Youle
10.11.2017 - 30.12.2017
 
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Penny Byrne
05.10.2017 - 04.11.2017
 
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Wall Power: Significant Contemporary Australian Photography
01.09.2017 - 14.10.2017
 
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Alesandro Ljubicic
01.09.2017 - 30.09.2017
 
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Ausstellungsarchiv

Christian Thompson: Survey
12.05.2017 - 31.08.2017
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Brett Weir
02.08.2017 - 29.08.2017
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Ham Darroch, Joan Ross
01.06.2017 - 01.07.2017
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Peter Churcher
28.04.2017 - 27.05.2017
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Luke Shadbolt [London] Photo London 2017 – New Work
11.05.2017 - 21.05.2017
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Hyper Hyper
03.03.2017 - 15.04.2017
Yvette Coppersmith, Scott Gardiner, Okka-Esther Hungerbühler, Benjamin Lichtenstein, Conny Maier, Joseph Marr, David Palliser, David Ralph, Laura Skerlj, Darren Wardle, Jennifer Woelki weiter
Stockroom Highlights Part 1
04.01.2017 - 25.02.2017
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Jason Benjamin & Pippin Drysdale: The Colours of the Land
05.10.2016 - 29.10.2016
The Colours of the Land brings together two of Australia's most significant practicing artists; painter, Jason Benjamin and ceramicist, Pippin Drysdale. Both artist's work speaks directly to the Australian landscape; deserts and coastlines, endless skies and sunbaked earth. Landscapes shaped by millennia and etched into the collective understanding of what 'Australia' is. At t... weiter
Michael Peck: Scout
08.07.2016 - 30.07.2016
In this new body of work, Michael Peck presents a world reclaimed by nature, buildings are over-grown, concrete structures have fallen and the levees have collapsed to create expansive floodplains. It is desolate and beautiful. This is an oneiric version of reality where the familiar has begun to dissolve and make way for a more contemplative – and in some cases an eerily cinematic - land... weiter
Summer Show 2016
10.06.2016 - 02.07.2016
Michael Reid Berlin is excited to announce a Summer group exhibition of Australian artists living and producing work in Berlin and wider Europe. This exhibition showcases a range of emerging and mid-career Australian artists working across painting, drawing and sculpture. weiter
Peter Churcher: Rear Balcony
08.04.2016 - 30.04.2016
Der Balkon von Peter Churchers Atelier in Barcelona bietet viel Raum zur Fantasie. Von allein Seiten werden aus dem Innenhof Blicke auf den Balkon geworfen, auf dem der Künstler die Intimität seines Ateliers verlässt. Beobachten und beobachtet werden gehört zu den Prämissen des Großstadtlebens. Churcher fasziniert die Nähe der Menschen, die voyeuristische ... weiter
Brock Elbank: Beard
05.03.2016 - 02.04.2016
Der Bart hat im letzten Jahrzehnt eine Renaissance erlebt. Gesichtsbehaarung ist mit dem sozialen und kulturellen Gewicht der Jahrhunderte aufgeladen, alles und nichts sagend. Ihre Bedeutung wurde gestohlen, bestritten und überarbeitet. Der Bart ist zu einem gefilterten Ausdruck des "Mannes" geworden. Brock Elbanks Werk enthüllt die dargestellten Individuen ebenso wie das ... weiter
Wendy Sharpe: Theatre of Dreams
14.10.2015 - 28.11.2015
Wendy Sharpe, geboren 1960 in Sydney ist bekannt für ihre persönlichen, ausdrucksstarken Porträts. Wie sie selbst sagt handle ihr gesamtes Werk von Menschen, davon sie zu treffen und Zeit mit ihnen zu verbringen. Mit ihrem Werk "Black Sun - Morning and Night" gewann sie 1986 den Sulman Preis, sowie 1996 den Archibald Preis mit dem Selbstporät "as Diana of Ersk... weiter
Bernard Ollis: 54 works
28.08.2015 - 02.10.2015
These works on paper have been produced over a period of over thirty years in many different studio locations and countries throughout the world. They are predominantly oil pastel, oil stick, acrylic and gouache paint. Oil pastel has long been a preferred medium of mine as it is direct and immediate. It is ideal for working in the most transient of environments from hotel rooms to plein air. ... weiter
Joseph McGlennon: Skyestags
19.07.2015 - 24.08.2015
Joseph McGlennon, Australier mit schottischen Wurzeln, hat ein tiefes Verständnis für die Auswirkungen von Verlust und Verlassenheit. In seiner "Skyestags"-Serie gelingen dem Künstler emotional dichte und begrifflich tiefe Schnappschüsse. Sie sind nicht nur mit sanfter Würde, sondern auch mit Fatalismus durchtränkt. Die gelassene Selbstsicherheit, die Ein... weiter
Joseph Marr: Satisfaction
07.04.2015 - 03.05.2015
Joseph Marr's personal journey is just as diverse as his artistic explorations of the nature of perceptions. His videos aim at suspending the sense of time. On the opposite, his sugar sculptures induce explicit senses of taste, smell, touch and sight, all to evoke notions of desire and liberation here and now. weiter
Stephen Bush: Whipped Foulard
20.02.2015 - 29.03.2015
Michael Reid Berlin is proud to present our first exhibition with Australian painter Stephen Bush. With Whipped Foulard, Stephen Bush furthers his inquiry into how icons of contemporary visual culture can return, reinvigorated into the cultural zeitgeist. The four works in this exhibition continue his exploration of style and its meaning and function within society. weiter
Leah Emery: Bodies of Evidence
16.01.2015 - 28.02.2015
Leah Emery's needlework expertly toys with the inherent tension that arises when subject and medium oppose. Scale, texture and the pixilation of woollen cross-stitch draw the viewer in. As the imagery comes into focus, a nervous fascination is rewarded by a humorous / uncomfortable / abject encounter with images of hard-core vintage pornography. Emery's work finds a complexity in the ... weiter
Yanni Floros: Ultra Vires
13.12.2014 - 10.01.2015
The suit is a defining form of both masculinity and corporate culture. When armed with an array of weapons, these faceless suits become defiant proclamations of Power. From brushed steel to leather, silk and skin; Yanni Floros demonstrates an uncanny ability to render texture into his charcoal drawings. The result is a body of work which explores the provocative quality of Power; finding a de... weiter
Lucy Vader: The Field
01.12.2014 - 06.12.2014
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Cordelia Beresford: Night Watchman
26.10.2014 - 21.11.2014
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Linde Ivimey: Bone Idol
06.09.2014 - 11.10.2014
Michael Reid Berlin ist stolz Ihnen die erste Soloausstellung der australischen Künstlerin Linde Ivimey in Berlin präsentieren zu dürfen. Bone Idol versammelt Ivimeys neuesten filigranen Figur- und Tierdarstellungen. Die Figuren entstehen in einem hochkomplexen und technisch aufwändigen Prozess. In verschiedenen, präzise ausgeführten handwerklichen Tätigkeit... weiter
Hayden Fowler: Call of the Wild
12.06.2014 - 12.07.2014
By wearing mourning we pay tribute to those who have died. It is a public display that acknowledges their absence and our loss. Mourning jewellery - engraved rings or lockets, often bearing a portrait of the deceased - dates back to the sixteenth century, and black clothes are customary at funerals and during widowhood. After a period of days, weeks, months or years, the time arrives when such ... weiter
Fabian Muir: Back to the USSR
27.01.2014 - 28.02.2014
For me, the essential challenge of candid documentary photography lies in the fact that it requires the photographer to observe closely, act quickly, or even anticipate what is to come in order to capture those moments in which people align themselves in a special way with their immediate environment. ‘Special’ is a subjective feeling and can mean many things – harmony, quirk,... weiter
Matt Glenn: New Work
01.10.2013 - 31.10.2013
"The works are framed moments of disruption and intervention. They are collected and created items, some studio refuse, some have undergone fabrication and other works have been created with more regular studio painting processes. The commonality is that each work has gone through a period of physical duress, either before entering the studio, or before leaving the studio. The materials ... weiter
Australian Landscape: Present in the Now
02.09.2013 - 30.09.2013
For more th an two hundred and twenty - five years the Western view of the Australian landscape has seesawed between a fertile utopia of great promise and a scary, rugged land with a ruthlessly unforgiving interior. Australia’s indigenous people have seen their country in a parallel - and altogether more pragmatic - light as a place to traverse and from which to gather food; a world to be... weiter
Hamilton Darroch
23.07.2013 - 03.08.2013
Hamilton Darroch's art frequently incorporates imagery and objects from the mundane in everyday life – household tools, implements and appliances. Taking his cue it seems from the precepts of pop art, with its focus on popular culture and mass production in reaction against the western fine art tradition, Darroch has remade and re-presented things from the quotidian world of work and ... weiter
Joseph McGlennon: Thylacine 1936
06.06.2013 - 21.07.2013
Joseph McGlennon burst on to the contemporary a rt scene in 2011 with his first - and sell out - solo exhibition Strange Voyage, a suite of photographs of taxidermied kangaroos placed proudly within idealised English landscapes. In his forthcoming show, Thylacine 1936 McGlennon turns his focus to the extinct Tasmanian Tiger. In 1936 the last tiger in captivity died in the Hobart zoo - the sam... weiter
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