An ephemeral installation by SP38 in an empty swimming pool questioning the relationship between Art & Money, Culture & Public Funding, Berlin & Klaus Wowereit.
Vernissage Thursday Sept 11.09 - 19:00-23:30
Exhibition on display 12.-14.09 - 13:00-19:00
As in every book, as each chapter begins, a plot develops and new characters are added to join up with those already existing. In the last 3 years, OPEN WALLS Gallery has continued to explore the world of urban art, a world which is no longer limited just to the street and the street art practice.
This spirit of open mindeness has evolved within our gallery program, allowing our artists to develop and pursue their own vision. The frontiers have been opened up, limitations with regards to style and practice have been erased and with that the family has grown larger.
COLLECTION brings together rare, classic and previously unreleased artworks from OX, BR1 BR1, BLO, SP38, JUST, ALIAS, VERMIBUS, ANTON UNAI, DOPPELDENK, GIACOMO SPAZIO & VINCENZO GROSSO.
Tuesdays to Saturdays, from 13:00 to 19:00
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OPEN WALLS Gallery is pleased to present POSITIONS, a group show feat. OX, BR1 and VERMIBUS, running from April 12th through the 24th of May. 3 artists coming from three different geographical positions in Europe, taking three diverse positions with their artworks on surfaces that lay in the public eye and inside the gallery. Three different artists sharing the same aim to challenge the purpose of advertisement, visual pollution and brands in the marketplace.
OPEN WALLS Gallery cordially invites you to Platoon Kunsthalle on December 14, 2013 at 19:00 for the première of Vermibus' video Dissolving Europe.
For this new series, Various & Gould portray a selection of known, living and nonconformist people who cross borders and act as pioneers on controversial social issues.
Integration/Disintegration is the new solo exposition by the artist BR1. Controversial themes follow this artist through his colorful and irreverent series of street actions and posters that are rooted in the visual contradictions of Western and Middle Eastern cultures.