Visit to COME TOGETHER at Sexauer Gallery

Visit to COME TOGETHER at Sexauer Gallery

June 10, 2020, 12 Noon

Many thanks to the gallery owner Jan-Philipp Sexauer introducing our participants to the gallery concept, program and history of SEXAUER Gallery and guiding us through the group exhibition COME TOGETHER. The visit is part of the BAI Studio Program | Berlin Artist Residency, Art School & Arts Incubator.

Exhibition Dates: May 19 – August 08, 2020
Location: SEXAUER Gallery
Opening Hours until August: Tuesday – Friday, 11 AM – 4 PM & by appointment | from September: Tuesday – Saturday, 1 – 6 PM & by appointment
Address: Streustraße 90, 13086 Berlin

“It has always been my plan to show a group exhibition exclusively featuring the artists of the gallery. During the running of the gallery, there are almost always solo exhibitions planned, or group exhibitions with specific themes. A solo exhibition with new works by Caroline Kryzecki was originally planned for this year’s Gallery Weekend, which will now take place after the summer break.

Due to the lockdown, the opportunity arose to show works of all artists of the gallery together in one exhibition. As a gallery owner you are often asked about the style of the gallery, or rather, what kind of art you exhibit. This question is not easy to answer, because the artists work with different media: painting, drawing, photography, sculpture, installation, video, performance. They also have very different personalities and work with their own strategies. The exhibition COME TOGETHER now makes it possible for the first time to view the works of all the artists of SEXAUER in the exhibition hall and to discover similarities and differences.

COME TOGETHER shows paintings by Futo Akiyoshi, Philip Grözinger, and Alexander Iskin, drawings by Caroline Kryzecki and Thomas Feuerstein, photographic works by Isabelle Graeff and Ornella Fieres, woodwork by Jay Gard, and a work by Jeewi Lee that is picture, sculpture, and ready made in one.” (Text excerpt from the press release by courtesy of SEXAUER Gallery)

More information on the SEXAUER Gallery Website.