Vernissage On 10.12.2010 –


in the Berlin eighty Gallery for contemporary art Vernissage: 10.12.2010 at 19:00 Group exhibition: 11.12.2010-08.01.2011 at the new exhibition of contemporary art “Berlin eighty Galerie fur zeitgenossische Kunst (www.dianaachtzig.de) is the title of program.” Oil paintings and sculptures of young contemporary artists, can rightly be regarded as the representatives of contemporary art on the basis of the thematic and technical diversity of their works will be shown. So, the paintings and sculptures of Dorothea Walker (Berlin Steglitz), Sonja Tines'(Munchen), Holger Friedrichshain (Berlin), Matthias Merdans (Zurich), Marita Wiemers (Ludwigsfelde/Jutchendorf), Ellen Wolters (Berlin), Nils farthing (new Leipzig school) and Diana Achtzigs (Berlin) in high artistic manner reflect the themes that move the young contemporary art scene. Details can be found by clicking Discovery Communications or emailing the administrator. The heterogeneity of our time is reflected in the imagery of Dorothea Walker. Time and again, the artist feels small After her great stories lead to details. These stories vary basic themes of human existence: it is guilt and innocence, to good and evil, yet appear understood these dichotomies constantly changing and so the fallacy of such terms lead the viewer into the 21st century in mind. Your pictures tell stories that are fabulous, yes sometimes down dive into the depths of old or new myths, as for example in the work also the victim of the angels could move the Sun not to reverse”(oil on canvas, 180 x 230 cm, 2010). The basic tone of their works is consuming sadness, despite the sometimes intentionally kitschy colours an all. The viewer encounters here”the haunting world view of a young artist, who says of himself, I personally can not imagine a happy ending for most of my stories. There are always female figures, the the imagery of the artist Sonja tines’ control: dark-haired beauties, the the Viewer as erotic vamp (“Ask the right question”, 120 x 160 cm, oil on canvas, 2010) bind or as innocent angels (“between not yet and not longer” 90 x 140 cm, oil on canvas, 2010) enchant.


Salao Transartes


Brazil different – culture up close experience also in 2012 present Elisabeth cloth Hall and Joao Eduardo Albertini back together the Brazilian culture Salon of Salao Transartes in Kreuzberg Forum Brasil. On March 24, 2012, from 19: 00, the gateway to the Latin American culture is open to all visitors and allows this time particularly intense and beautiful insights in dance, drama and music of Brazil. The Salao Transartes combines various aspects and different influences in Brazilian culture and creates a platform for a successful intercultural exchange with the help of the Brazilian and brasilophilen artist of the evening. Together with Katrin Wahl and Martin Klenk performs Elisabeth cloth Hall this time various musical acts from the genre of Brazil Jazz”as a duo and trio. You strike the arc by jazz standards of popular Brazilian music (MPB) up to original compositions, new and improvised music. This creates a subtle mixture of Groove and melody, depth and ease, humor and melancholy. Furthermore is the Dancers perform Carlos Frevo with a Brazilian dance performance with influences from European, African, and Native American cultural items and offer a cross-cultural program. “” Also he presented a performance of the pieces in collaboration with Arianne Valdez Cardoso of the sewing box “and flag” under the direction of Ze de Paiva and costumes by Odile Hautemulle. Inspired by Berlin childhood around 1900″and a one-way street” by Walter Benjamin, they show an imaginary game between a seamstress and a dancer. The audience is expected to be a varied evening program with impressive dance performances and musical contributions, as well as the possibility of a dialogue with the artists. Brasil for more information about the Salao Transartes and other events of the Forum Brasil Web site can be found on the Forum and the Forum Brasil blog.