Thursday, May 6, 2010

Changing the World – Group Show at Arndt Berlin



Just in time for the Gallery Weekend Berlin 2010, gallerist Matthias Arndt opened his new premises on Potsdamer Strasse, close to Potsdamer Platz and the New National Gallery.
The opening exhibition features new works by the core gallery artists as well as invited guests: Erik Bulatov, Sophie Calle, William Cordova, Wim Delvoye, Anton Henning, Thomas Hirschhorn, Ilya und Emilia Kabakov, Jitish Kallat, Jon Kessler, Karsten Konrad, Julije Knifer, Enrique Martinez Celaya, Josephine Meckseper, Vik Muniz, Muntean Rosenblum, Julian Rosefeldt, Charles Sandison, Dennis Scholl, Nedko Solakov, Hiroshi Sugito, Ena Swansea, Mathilde Ter Heijne, Keith Tyson, Ralf Ziervogel…
The gallery is located on the second floor of the “Wintergarten Varieté”. The new spaces will span almost 400 square meters and include a ballroom that dates from the 19th century with an original wooden coffered ceiling of 5 meter height, serving as main exhibition space. The galley has been designed by Berlin based Canadian Architect David Saik. Saik’s recent completed work includes studios for the artists Jeff Wall and Steven Shearer.
Changing the World – Group Show at Arndt Berlin, Opening, April 29, 2010.

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