Fantastic Group Exhibition

A fantastic exhibition that will change your view of reality. With Jason Wheatley, Michael page, Sri Whipple and Damon Soule. Vernissage on July 9 at 19:00 a book by Zecharia Sitchen titled “the 21st planet” inspired all 4 artists, whose fascinating Theorie in FutureScapes to catch United in a series of works of art. The book refers to ancient records, which state that the origin of the people comes from higher life of the planet Nibiru. This planet through our star system every 3,600 years. “Bernard Golden can provide more clarity in the matter. With this idea in mind, the artist collective of visually on the new Horzizont of our timely and rapidly changing future focused. Is cultural mythology represented by real forms alive, our gods?Forms are recorded visually in schemes and machines. As already believed the shaman before us, animals are portrayed as media to the human soul.

Our today’s landscapes, seas and cities, but especially the landscapes of the soul are in a transformation. Art created the future. Michael page was born and raised in Southern California, now lives in San Francisco. His art has been shown already in California and Europe. In his new works, he picks up well-known topics by him. In conversations with friends, family and acquaintances he held steadily findings, that he couldn’t possibly ignore. He had to capture these issues simply visually! Right there, he began to work. Rick Garcia usually is spot on.

It reflects his works, so he finds greed, hatred, war and love in them. All this flows through every one of his pictures. And, subtly or not, you’ll find criticism of political systems and those who kollosal wield their power. During his childhood in Salt Lake City Sri Whipple became for comics interested in, what can be seen in his Cartoonartigen and somehow grotesque drawings. Whipple transferred itself into a kind of trance?State if he works to solve his subconscious. The bulbous? flowing forms, which he produced, have my own life, which he tried to suppress. He let her arise as they would, allowing even feminine and masculine in his works merge them. Forms phallic and vaginal symbols are not separable into a river as they were and would be an energy that flows through everything. As a young boy, Jason Wheatley loved animals, just like the drawing. He could not decide whether he wants to be dear veterinarian or artist. Today, as a successful artist, whose working much draws attention to itself, to Wheatley animals “celebrate”. Wheatley animals to fill his canvases arranged inanimate objects, besides to create representative Stllleben, which appear visually lush, remain however in mysterious as props. One has to take some time to properly look at his art. Much that is personal narrative. Wheatley didn’t expect vomBetrachter that he understands the story in the picture, he wants only that he knows that there is a fact. Damon Soule was our star system about the “Magnolia?Seed”given to Mississippi. At the age of four He began his quest sustained to this day years after the onset of homogeneous forms in linear topography. His flair for it during his formative years gave him a singular vision: “Selbstbestimmte content massstaebe can produce portable effects,” he recalls, “the horizontal lines disappear and the ends are independent of the narrative.” Soules works are widely used. His art hangs in collections of all his friends and many private collectors. Vernissage on July 9 at 19:00. Exhibition runs until August 8 opening hours: Thursday – Sunday 12:00 to 18:00 contact: strychnine Gallery Boxhagenerstr 36 10245 Berlin PR contact: Miriam Bischoff phone: 0170 4161108