May 2nd to June 21st, 2018

Rona Kobel

Dinner for Sinner

 

 

Opening hours: Tuesday to Thursday, 12AM to 7PM
and by appointment


Dinner for Sinner

 

“Democracy, peace, rule of law, and freedom are increasingly threatened throughout the world, and our longstanding world order appears more fragile than it has for a long time. The material porcelain is strongly associated with the image of an ideal world, and is therefore particularly suitable for addressing, in a dramatic and combative manner, the feelings of fragility and unravelling we are currently experiencing.”

Rona Kobel



Rona Kobel, Hate plate (Jew’s beard) & Doom china (Earthquake), 2018
Porcelain, hand painted

Courtesy: Rona Kobel, Berlin and Drawing Room, Hamburg
Photo: Trevor Good, Berlin

 

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February 22nd to April 12th, 2018

Thomas Judisch

A Fly with two Blows

 

 

Opening hours: Tuesday to Thursday, 12AM to 7PM
and by appointment


One Bird with two Stones

 

“Each usable object becomes the object of a transformation and, through an upgrading of sorts, a monument to the actual thing. By casting a set of cereal bowls in bronze Judisch creates a monument to banality.”

Stefan Sandrock, A Monument to Banality,
in Thomas Judisch. Eine Fliege mit zwei Klappen, Bielefeld 2018, p. 20



Thomas Judisch, Go Home Mum, You’re drunk, 2017
Mosaic

Courtesy: Thomas Judisch and Drawing Room, Hamburg
Photo: Thomas Judisch, Hamburg

 

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