Corona Crisis and Semjon Contemporary

The worldwide Corona crisis also contributes to the everyday life of Semjon Contemporary. The gallery stays closed for the time being. However we have for our neighbourhood and those who need a healthy walk to flee their own four walls installed in Berlin-Mitte the longtime ago announced exhibition in our gallery rooms towards the street. Thus you may glance it from the street through the showcases. Furthermore the show will be communicated digitally on instagram, facebook, Artsy, Artland, and ARTatBerlin. Geschnitten und Gerieben / Cut and Grated – with works by Renate Hampke, Susanne Pomrehn, Ursula Sax, Li Silberberg and Stefan Thiel. The Artist Li Silberberg is showing at Strassen Salon her impressive Bibliothek/Library, which she assembled in 22 years in over 40.000 working hours. Video. Meanwhile the volume has gained 181 books and 40 books for sketches and diary entries. The works of the other artists are displayed at the main gallery space. The crisis as a chance We plan to use this crisis to further intensify our digital communication of the current shows and projects, but als of the former shows and generally the works of the artists we are representing. Not for nothing we are collaborating with Artland since almost 2 years to have all exhibitions accompanied by avirtual 3d tour. 3d tours by Artland Salon Cabinet (our choice) We also will have a focus on our Salon Cabinet, which simultaneously was running to almost all exhibitions since 8 1/2 years, in which artworks by all gallery and guest artists were staged in unique special exhibitions. We will virtually introduce artworks accompanied with prices for your personal selection as well as your art collection. Forbidden Colours Furthermore we introduce you to the stunning exhibition Forbidden Colours at Werkstättengalerie at Deutsche Werkstätten Hellerau, in which abstract paintings by our gallery artists Dittmar Danner aka Krüger and Dirk Rathke are undergoing an intensive and beautiful dialogue. Price portfolio. Slideshow/video Geometrisches Ballett by Ursula Sax Here you find the essentials about the gesamtkunstwerk Geometrisches Ballett (Hommage à Oskar Schlemmer) by Ursula Sax, which has been resurrected after an almost 30 years pause. In 2019 at the reknown Radialsystem Berlin we could realize the premiere of the newly choreographed piece by Katja Erfurth, which since then had plenty of performances at other locations. ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

Meet the artists + Finissage

Saturday January 18, 6 – 8 pm
The Austrian Artist collective Experimental Setup –  Kata Hinterlechner and Bosko Gastager – will talk about their temporary gesamtkunstwerk, the 5. Totale Installation. Like in a cabinet of curiosities all different kind of media are exhibited, reflecting the broad artistic creativity of this artist collective.

Meet the artists + Finissage

Samstag, 18.1., um 18 – 20 Uhr
Das österreichische Künstlerkollektiv Experimental Setup –  das sind Kata Hinterlechner und Bosko Gastager – werden über ihr temporäres Gesamtkunstwerk, die 5. Totale Installation, sprechen.
Wie in einer Wunderkammer sind viele unterschiedliche Werke ausgebreitet, die das breite Schaffensspektrum dieses Künstlerkollektivs widerspiegeln.

Ute Essig

In We are in this together mit Mars Gomes, Galerie G37; opening: 12/06, 7 pm