NIKELODEON@STØRPUNKT
Posted on October 9th, 2015 at 4:43 am by admin

The Gallery Størpunkt is presenting three amazing upstarting artists these days: Lia Melissa WehrsAn LaphanLena Theresa Flohrschütz! The theme of the exhibition is “Nikelodeon”. But don’t worry. You don’t get what you might expect. The whole thing has nothing to do with a childish view of the world as experienced in tv-networks for kids worldwide. No! Lia Melissa is showing us the overpopulation of Superheros in the mental sphere, and their whole inflation and their separation as stand-alone-figures, fighting their work on justice through … all alone or in a million. Cutout-collages in obejct-frames capture the viewer in worlds of phat action and quietness. Lena Theresa is showing us the life as it is without a human being intervening, beautiful philosophical collages in the matter of photo and paint, breathing a fine emptiness of nothingness but also fulfillment. Strange places in the nowhere conspiring against a world which has never been real. An Laphan is catching it up on a collateral side with his portrait-studies in picture and object dividing the personality of his vis-à-vis into open space with his hanging sculptures and his de-framed play with the consistency of faces. All in all it was a beautiful opening and I very advice you to visit this exhibition till the 6th of November 2015 at >> Størpunkt – Galerie für Gegenwartskunst. [Thanx for this nice opening Størpunkt]

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The exhibition is running till the 6th of November 2015. Make a visit! I had a good time there.
>> størpunkt Galerie für Gegenwartskunst: www.stoerpunkt.de

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