Archive for August 5th, 2011

Ausstellungseröffnung: „rose coloured times“ 18.08.2011 um 19h @ Gallerie ROOT am Sauvignyplatz

Freitag, August 5th, 2011

Die Galerie ‚Root‘ am Sauvignyplatz wird am 18.08.2011 die neueste Ausstellung „rose coloured times“ ab 19h eröffnen. In der Ausstellung werden aktuelle Arbeiten von Birgit Ginkel und Ute Wöllmann gezeigt. In den folgenden Tagen werden Aktionen die Ausstellung begleiten…

„Den Duft der Rose verbinden wir mit warmen Tagen, das Rosige selbst nehmen wir als Zeichen des Lebendigen. Sich auszuprobieren und immer wieder neue und ungewohnte
Wege zu beschreiten ist beiden Künstlerinnen gemeinsam.“ 


ROOT am Savignyplatz, Galerie für Malerei

Carmerstraße 11

10623 Berlin

Öffnungszeiten: Di – Sa 14:00 bis 19:00 Uhr, So 12:00 bis 17:00 Uhr

Last chance to see ‚a rendezvous in Berlin‘ (until August 6.2011)

Freitag, August 5th, 2011

Friday and Saturday, Last days to see the exhibition

a rendezvous in Berlin
July 30 – August 6, 2011
opening hours daily 3pm – 7pm


Works by
Adalberto Abbate, Rebecca Agnes, Antonio Cataldo, Lucy Harrison, Federico Lupo, Marko Mäetamm, Mariagiovanna Nuzzi


a rendezvous in Berlin is not an exhibition but a project, originated from conversations between artists who temporarily participated to a path, or who share an aptitude and common interests. Limit, margin, border and incorrectness are the key words from which the works that will compose the visual space of the show arised. The word, used in its effective actuality vis-a-vis the real, is the vehicle that linked the different works. A word embodied in an act of revolt becomes an engraving on stone in “DIES IRAE”. Or it sunders into different characters who try to re-enact an opaque moment of Italian history, in “On the ripening of times”, where the relation between language and violence is investigated. A violence that we can find in other forms in the obviousness of everyday life, in the instances that convey exclusion and the definition of a norm, in “Geschwister”. In “The Absent Collector” the accidental finding of a collection of letters becomes a subjective interpretation, in an attempt to reconstruct the relations that occurred between the sender and the recipient of the missives. Family values are analyzed in “LOVE”, where husband and wife wonder about the real meaning of the expression I love you. A background buzz that comes from a distant place can become the meeting point among the works, the artist and the public, with “Stealing Sunlight”, where traces and fragments of different experiences are mapped on tape.


91mQ Art Project Space
Landsbergerallee 54, 1. OG
10249 Berlin