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EXHIBITION INVITATION

FRESH LEGS OPEN CALL 2018
FEATURING 22 INTERNATIONAL ARTISTS
OPENING 6TH OF JUNE 7PM

Dear art lovers,
As Berlin is enjoying the sunny weather and catching the first traces of summer, we at Galleri Heike Arndt DK Berlin are working hard to surprise you and present you some incredible works of art. We are honoured to invite you to the opening of our annual Open Call exhibition – Fresh Legs 2018!

The 2018 edition of the annual Fresh Legs Open Call exhibition proudly presents 22 emerging international artists with their unique styles, techniques and materials. The end result is an exciting group show with figurative and abstract artworks and a large variety of techniques for the viewer to discover.
Over 100 artists from all around the world applied with more than 500 artworks. After a long and thorough screening process, 22 artists were chosen. The Fresh Legs exhibition highlights a curated selection of these artists, and we are excited to follow their journey. Experience the sharp social criticism, perfectly captured contemporary life and refined technical skills. Through the different use of materials and techniques – from drawings and colourful paintings to animated videos – they amaze and pull us in to examine them closer. The key concepts include portraying aspects of humanity as well as showing concern for the current development of our society, as interpreted by the artists’ individual expressions. Here human relationships, loneliness and the fragility of the fleeting moment are explored through the artworks. Many take us on a journey, delving into the environment and the difficulties of being an individual in today’s world.

Xecon Uddin (BD) portrays himself in his photographs and uses his body as the muse of his artistic intentions. His work explores the surrealistic possibilities of photography with an intense focus on issues of social, political, cultural and sexual identity.
                         
Ian Liddle’s (UK) paintings are inviting and take the viewer on a colourful and exciting journey. His almost abstract method of portrayal, mixing techniques and dimensions, creates a challenge for the viewer to discover the objects and the underlying meaning of the art pieces.
Johan Reisang (NO) mixes different styles and through his artworks he takes the viewer on a journey to a different universe, filled with twisted bodies, strange fusions and topics taken from our society and everyday life. Although the artworks shift between feelings of optimism and darkness, they all share the same exquisite pencil strokes and colour use.
Katharina Schellenberger (DE) often uses mixed media in her pieces and achieves different dynamics of expression. The heavy and opaque strokes of the pencil blend in with the freedom and transparency of the watercolour, highlighting the soft colour palette used.
Anne Louise Blicher’s (DK) paintings explore nature and the issues of climate change as a way of representing the current situation of our society – how something as simple as life and living has become so complex.
Karmen Kraft’s (ES) stems from her series of works, RAÍCES. These works are the result of Kraft’s trip to Peru, where the artist was confronted with the recent floods in the country and their impact on people’s lives.
Philipp Haucke’s (DE) works are often the result of his detail-filled drawing series, in which he plays with the concepts of two-dimensionality and three-dimensionality. The artist creates forms that resemble imaginary, floating, geometric shapes, as well as microorganisms that appear to be moving on the paper.
                         
In the last few years, Ornella Orlandini’s (IT) works have matured through the experimentation with different materials – dust, soil, ash, lead and plaster – and their subsequent processes of change. With these materials, Orlandini creates surfaces on which she reveals her photographs and screen prints.
In Tuomas Korkalo’s (FI) works, the geometric and colourful compositions that the artist employs on his canvas function by themselves, creating a comforting sense derived from the pureness of form and symmetry.
Konrad Peszko (PL) is mostly interested in topics concerning the issues of resettlement in urban spaces and the original function of architecture. This architectural inspiration is very clear in his works, which consist mainly of geometric, opaque, colourful forms that invoke the perception of structural details.
Loïc Saulin’s (FR) paintings transport the viewer into another dimension, as it pulls them into the multiple layers of colour and tri-dimensionality. This effect is achieved through the artist’s employment of acrylic paint and multiple other techniques, such as spray paint, pencil and watercolour.
Attila Schwanz (IT) uses different types of technique: from Indian ink to pastel, watercolour and often ballpoint pen which gives his artworks an almost scientific amount of detail. His love for fantasy is visible in his work, which makes his artworks unprecedented and unique.
                         
Katarzyna Kowalska’s (PL) canvas work is the result of her combining two apparently opposite types of expression: the rigour of geometry and the expression of gesture painting. These distinct forms of expression that work together to give birth to the illusion of infinity and motion, something that seems real but ultimately is not.
                         
Jarosław Lisicki (PL) employs ink and soap on paper, which creates exciting and unique shades and highlights the yellow of the paper. The contrast between the sharp ink and softness of the paper’s colour gives the drawings volume and dimension.
Line Schjølberg (NO) works with oil and acrylic on canvas, to achieve earthly pastel tones. The painting portrays a story through which the spectator can travel on a mysterious journey – a journey where the lines between reality and fiction are blurred.
Lisa Rytterlund’s (SE) work shows a clear influence from illustration and urban art. The themes the artist evokes are related to women’s issues and sexualization. These themes are explored along with the appropriation of religious iconography in an almost kitsch way, displaying the absurdity of all these problematics.
By combining techniques such as acrylic, ink, watercolour and Indian ink, Marcus Gestré (SE) gives the pieces a broad and playful atmosphere. The artworks are futuristic, robotic and ironic, making the viewer reflect on our society and where we are headed.
                         
In 2011 Ivan Arkhipov (RU) started to develop video shorts where he combines printed graphics and video art. His video work – A Walk – uses a classical print technique in black and white as frames for his animation. These are single-frame animations made from graphic prints using drypoint engraving, and hand printed with an intaglio press.
The opaque bold and abstract objects that Georg Bothe (DE) represents in these drawings are complemented by the use of millimetric paper as the surface for his work. This gives the work another layer of texture and creates a sense of volume and space.
                         
Through his love of experimentation and mixed techniques, Oscar Rey (ES) creates figurative compositions with a primitive influence, needing only the simplicity of form and colour to pass his story through his paintings.
The construction of the shorts by Hannes&Johannes (SE) is marked by a composition in two stages: the first being set in a somewhat normal scenario of mundane life, which escalates to a dramatic turn of events, filled with stuff of nightmares.
Simone Hooymans (NL) is a visual artist who works with experimental animation in various ways, using hand-made ink drawings and colouration, and combining them with sophisticated computer technology.
                         

Scandinavian Meeting Point Berlin

For those who are in Berlin, you are welcome to join us on Wednesday, 6th of June, for our monthly SCANDINAVIAN MEETING POINT at 7 pm! This month’s event will also mark the opening of the Fresh Legs 2018 exhibition.

Whether you’re a veteran in Berlin or new in town, you’re welcome to join our famous Scandinavian Meetingpoint. It’s the perfect opportunity to hang out in a laid-back atmosphere and have a good time while making new friends!

KALEIDOSCOPE

The exhibition is still running until the 2nd of June

In this exhibition, we are presenting the works of four artists – Kurihara (JP), Katharina Kleinfeld (DE), Martin Gerstenberger (DE) and Jussi Jääskeläinen (FI) – who explore, in their own way, the unexpected bond between colour, texture and volume. As these merge, they create a peculiar interaction, taking the playfulness of a child into the complexity of an adult. KALEIDOSCOPE is a refuge of fantasy, where patterns and objects mutate and redefine to the will of the spectator. Meet our vibrant talented artists and follow their art journey like Alice curiously followed the rabbit down the hole in Lewis Carroll’s story.

Stroke Art Fair

We would like to thank everyone who stopped by our booth at the Stroke Art Fair in Munich on the 9th-13th of May! The fair has been a massive success and a great opportunity both for us to meet with new artists and galleries, and for our represented artists – Grycja (UKR), Kurihara (JP) and Chloe Grove (GB) – to present their works to a wider audience. Thanks also to Stroke Art Fair for the invitation!
Kurihara’s works are also currently featured in the KALEIDOSCOPE exhibition.

              
Kettinge

Summer Exhibition

Season opening in June

We are soon opening our new exhibition featuring incredible artworks from international artists. The works presented here were previously part of the Mini Prints 2017 exhibition at Galleri Heike Arndt DK Berlin and feature works of 40 artists selected from over 450 applications. This exhibition is a once in a lifetime opportunity to see a collection of incredible prints, all in one place, so do not miss out your chance! Check out our website and Facebook for more information.

Private viewings
 Among other things, more groups are visiting us and joining our series of lectures/intro arrangements. We have launched the possibility to have private group viewings on Saturdays. The viewing includes a delicious Italian style homemade lunch (optional), a tour, and a lecture. The duration is approximately 3 hours (for groups of min. 8 people).
ArtLab residency
The support from Integra lawyers Copenhagen has enabled us to invite artists to our residency in July 2018 to work in our operating graphics studios.
We are proud to have the possibility to offer professional artists an opportunity to stay in our art residency in Kettinge. This July we are happy to welcome Chloe Grove (GB) and Jean-Baptiste Monnin (FR). They will be participating in our ArtLab and exploring the beautiful Lolland region. On the 14th of July, we will be hosting an Artist Talk open for public from 2pm until 4pm. It is going to be a friendly meeting with this year’s ArtLab residents to have a nice conversation over a glass of wine about their artwork and colourful personalities. This is made possible thanks to the support of Integra lawyers in Copenhagen, who are supporting our residency artists in July.
We are also hoping to host Ivan Prieto (ES) later this year in August.

UPCOMING EVENTS IN BERLIN 2018

ANNIVERSARY: 2018 will mark the 10th anniversary of Galleri Heike Arndt in Berlin, and we are hard at work thinking about some exciting ideas to present. Our ArtLab and Residency program in Denmark will hopefully be developed further as well, and we hope to get more work that we have in stock on display in our webshop. Do you have any special wishes for our anniversary event? We would love to know!

                         
Open Call – Mini Prints 2018

We call for your attention to our Open Call – Mini Prints 2018 – a print exhibition open for all graphic artists.
Deadline: September 1st. For more information you can check out this link:
INTERNSHIPS
                         
BERLIN – Trainees wanted

If you or someone you know is interested in an internship with us, click here for more information. We are always looking for ambitious, enthusiastic, and loyal interns for our team.

We continuously work with new ideas for the galleries in Berlin and Kettinge, and we would like to invite new, innovative partners to work with us. If you have a great idea that you want to co-finance and realise, do not hesitate to contact us.

Our new concept includes, in particular, externally curated cross-border exhibitions with a special focus on pop-up Nordic and German exhibition projects. We invite both curators and/or artist groups to present their projects. Likewise, we invite Scandinavian and German art and cultural players, as well as cultural institutions to work together with us.

We are happy to present our collaboration partners, Galerie Kuchling and Inselgalerie in Berlin Friedrichshain, and their ongoing projects.
An information flyer can be found at our gallery as well as the partner galleries.
Galerie Kuchling: Semaan Khawam + Kevork Mourad – Roots and Wings exhibition opening the 24th of May 7 pm. The exhibition is open from the 24th of May until the 18th of July.
Inselgalerie: Silke Miche, Anna Mields und Maria Roewer – Fassden Augen Zufallsfunde exhibition is open from the 17th of May until the 23rd of June.

For us, this is just the beginning and we are always looking for more collaboration partners.

About us:

Galleri Heike Arndt DK is based on a non-profit business model, which means that we can select art on the basis of artistic criteria – neither on financial nor on commercial motives. We consider this strategy to be our strength as well as our way to distinguish us from the more commercial galleries. Also, within this business model lies a hope that artists we promote get an opportunity to develop their art in an international context and make art more accessible to the public.

Feel free to drop by – we look forward to seeing you!

 

KALEIDOSCOPE NEW EXHIBITION

OPENING 2ND MAY IN BERLIN
Dear art lovers,
As the winds bring the warm spring weather to Berlin, we bring you a new exhibition. We kindly invite you to the opening of 
KALEIDOSCOPE on the 2nd of May, 2018.
In this exhibition, we want to present the works of four artists – Kurihara (JP), Katharina Kleinfeld (DE), Martin Gerstenberger (DE) and Jussi Jääskeläinen (FI) – who explore, in their own way, the unexpected bond between colour, texture and volume. As these merge, they create a peculiar interaction, taking the playfulness of a child into the complexity of an adult. KALEIDOSCOPE is a refuge of fantasy, where patterns and objects mutate and redefine to the will of the spectator.
Kurihara combines his Asian heritage with the European artistic language and explores our human universe in his paintings and drawings through lines and colours. Katharina Kleinfeld’s paper sculptures explore the boundaries between matter and imagination and investigate space, transitions, interaction, repetition and rhythm. Martin Gerstenberger incorporates street art into drawings and sculptures recalling the playfulness and naivety in every adult. Jussi Jääskeläinen creates vibrant, contrasty compositions, inspired by nature. Meet our vibrant talented artists and follow their art journey like Alice curiously followed the rabbit down the hole in Lewis Carroll’s story.
Kurihara (JP) transfers street art into paintings in an alluring manner. Combining both the Asian and European artistic languages in his artwork, he successfully makes it into his own expression. In his paintings and drawings, Kurihara investigates the human universe through delicate lines and colours.
Katharina Kleinfeld’s (DE) sculptural work focuses on the exploration of materials and their impact on the space surrounding them. In our selection of works, the artist takes written sheets of paper and transforms them. Her worksdelivers something more than expected of these objects: volume, expression and meaning beyond the written word.
Martin Gerstenberger (DE) breaks down the conventional rules and reassembles them in a unique way. He crosses the style borders with his works to create a new and exciting kind of aesthetic. His bold use of materials and colours creates a naive yet surrealistic interaction between the collages and objects.
Jussi Jääskeläinen (FI) mixes themes as much as he mixes techniques. He often blends animalistic figures with objects in a psychedelic composition through his use of colour and expression. The watercolours give the notion that the spectator is contemplating a smoky dream, and the intense lines give volume to these fantastic creatures and forms.
Scandinavian Meeting Point Berlin
For those who are in Berlin, you are welcome to join us on Wednesday, 2nd of Mayfor our monthly SCANDINAVIAN MEETING POINT at 7 pm! This month’s event will also mark the opening of theKALEIDOSCOPE exhibition.
Whether you’re a veteran in Berlin or new in town, you’re welcome to join our famous Scandinavian Meetingpoint. It’s the perfect opportunity to hang out in a laid-back atmosphere and have a good time while making new friends! 
Mini Prints Berlin 2017
The exhibition is still running until the 28th of April
Galleri Heike Arndt DK Berlin is proud to announce our annual Open Call ”Mini Prints Berlin 2017” exhibition, a group show containing graphic works of 40 international artists from all over the world.
The strength of this exhibition lies in its sensitive versatility, technical skills, and storytelling. 
Together they present a broad range of different graphics techniques and styles, covering traditional ones such as woodcut, etching, and mezzotint, but also exploring modern methods enabled by digital development. Displaying a global range of style and artistry, the show guarantees an intriguing experience depicting stories on both an individual and a general level.
Discover the graphic storytelling of “Mini Prints Berlin 2017″.
Kettinge
Current exhibition
OPDAGELSER 2017
Season opening

Albrecht Wild (DE) Amanda Karlsson (SE) Anna M. Kempe (DE) Christina Tzani (GR) 
Chloe Grove (GB) Elham Rahmati (IR) Jean-Baptiste Monnin (FR) Katalin Kortmann (HU) 

Lutz Hellmuth (DE) Raquel Algaba (ES)
We have just reopened our exhibition with amazing artworks from international artists.
Over a long period of time, we have been following artists with outstanding drawing skills in Berlin and are focusing the exhibition on this technique. Of course, other media are also represented. Artists such as English Chloe Grove, with her amazing colour pencil drawings, Frenchman Jean-Baptiste Monnin with his abstract building views or Raquel Algaba, portraying absurdities with great finesse ensure the high quality of our exhibition. 
News – Berlin and Kettinge
We are very pleased with the steadily growing number of visitors in Berlin and Kettinge. The amount of international professional artists applying has raised significantly – something we are most grateful for.
KETTINGE

The support from Integra lawyers Copenhagen has enabled us to invite artists to our residency in July/August to work in our operating graphics studio. Among other things, more groups are visiting us and joining our series of lectures/intro arrangements.

We have also launched the possibility to have private group viewings on Saturdays. The viewing includes a delicious Italian style homemade lunch (optional), a tour, and a lecture. The duration is approximately 3 hours (for groups of min. 8 people).

 

BERLIN:
GALLERY COLLABORATION: We are also happy to announce our future collaboration with Galerie Kuchling and Inselgalerie in Berlin  Friedrichshain, and we are looking forward to common projects. A flyer with the information about our galleries is coming next week.
They are all open for the Gallery Weekend on the 26th-29th of April.
STROKE: We would like to thank STROKE Art Fair in Munich for inviting and presenting Kurihara (JP), Chloe Grove (GB) and Grycja (UKR) from the 9th to the 13th of May
UPCOMING EVENTS IN BERLIN 2018
ANNIVERSARY: 2018 will mark the 10th anniversary of Galleri Heike Arndt in Berlin, and we are hard at work thinking about some exciting ideas to present. This year we want to surprise our visitors. Our Artlab and Residency program in Denmark will hopefully be developed further as well, and we hope to get more work that we have in stock on display in our webshop. Stay tuned!
Opening – Fresh Legs 2018

We will be opening our annual Open Call “Fresh Legs” exhibition on the 6th of June. See the Facebook event for more information:
Open Call – Mini Prints 2018

We call for your attention to our Open Call – Mini Prints 2018 – a print exhibition open for all graphic artists.
Deadline: September 1st. For more information you can check out this link:
INTERNSHIPS 2018/19
BERLIN – Trainees wanted
If you or someone you know is interested in an internship with us, click here for more information. We are always looking for ambitious, enthusiastic, and loyal interns for our team.
Currently, we are looking for new interns for our Fall season!
We continuously work with new ideas for the galleries in Berlin and Kettinge, and we would like to invite new, innovative partners to work with us. If you have a great idea that you want to co-finance and realise, do not hesitate to contact us.
Our new concept includes, in particular, externally curated cross-border exhibitions with a special focus on pop-up Nordic and German exhibition projects. We invite both curators and/or artist groups to present their projects. Likewise, we invite Scandinavian and German art and cultural players, as well as cultural institutions to work together with us.
About us:
Galleri Heike Arndt DK is based on a non-profit business model, which means that we can select art on the basis of artistic criteria – neither on financial nor on commercial motives. We consider this strategy to be our strength as well as our way to distinguish us from the more commercial galleries. Also, within this business model lies a hope that artists we promote get an opportunity to develop their art in an international context and make art more accessible to the public.

Feel free to drop by – we look forward to seeing you!

 

Dear friends and art devotees,

Here it comes, Galleri Heike Arndt DK’s summer newsletter 2017 with the latest updates of this season as well as the upcoming activities in Berlin and Kettinge during the fall. Enjoy the reading!

We would like to take this opportunity to express our gratitude to everyone showing interest in our activities and supporting the gallery. We appreciate your engagement!
Thanks to our visitors, artists, collaborators and of course this season’s intern team, we are able to keep boosting the artistic and cultural exchange between Germany and the Nordic countries through our two galleries in Berlin (DE) and Kettinge (DK)Thank you!

Have a lovely summer, and we hope to see you in one of our galleries soon! Don’t forget, our next Berlin Scandinavian Meeting Point is on Wednesday the 6th of September at 7pm!

BERLIN 2017
OPEN CALL FRESH LEGS 2017
(June – September) Albrecht Wild (DE), Amanda Karlsson (SE), Anja Seidel (DE), Anastasia Savinova (SE), Anna M. Kempe (DE), Chung (KR), Parul Modha (DK), Elham Rahmati (IR), Chloe Grove (GB), Paule Ducourtial (FR), Doménico CV Talarico (IT), Jean-Baptiste Monnin (FR), Mady Piesold (DE), Marco Mercati (IT), Sidney Mullis (USA), Raquel Algaba (ES), Katalin Kortmann (HU), Christina Tzani (GR), Lutz Hellmuth (DE), Andrea Riba (DE/CL)

Our annual open call exhibition Fresh Legs 2017 was an even bigger success than we could have hoped for. With more than 500 works to choose from, from all over the world we picked 20 artists that together created a vivid space where different art techniques such as video, sculpture, mixed media, drawing and illustration could meet. The opening of this exhibition resulted in more than 150 visitors in our facilities – and it was indeed a great night!

Fresh Legs 2017 is currently on display at Galleri Heike Arndt DK Berlin and will be running until September. After July we are on a summer break and so the gallery will be closed in August. During this time we welcome you to call us and set up an appointment to see the exhibition!
OPEN CALL MINI PRINTS BERLIN 2017
Our annual open call exhibition Mini Prints 2017 will take place in December as usual. In this group exhibition upcoming graphic artists get the chance to expose their works presenting a wide range of graphic techniques and styles, covering traditional methods such as woodcut, etching and mezzotint, but also modern methods enabled by the digital development. Therefore the exhibition gives the audience a great opportunity to gain an insight into graphic expressions and offers great artworks for reasonable prices. We have already opened up for applications. Deadline is
September 15th, 2017. 
Read more about how to apply for Mini Prints here
KETTINGE 2017
ART RESIDENCY, KETTINGE

We are proud to have the possibility to offer professional artists an opportunity to stay in our art residency in Kettinge. This year we are happy to host two artists, sculptor Iván Prieto and printmaker Fabio Valencia.
Their stay at the residency is supported by Integra Advokater . Thank you very much!
Iván Prieto (ES)
Iván Prieto’s work focuses on ceramic sculptures, but he also creates illustrations and installations. In his colorful surrealistic sculptures, Prieto captures certain fragility of humans and life in general, including indications to physical disabilities (such as deafness and blindness), as well as mental imperfections, with each character being inspired by real-life human counterparts. Prieto wants to explore the transgressing of physical and mental borders in his art, which is in some way relatable for everyone.

Fabio Valencia (CO)
Printmaking artist Fabio Valencia, depicts the poetical aspects of different objects and nature in his print works. In this exhibition, Valencia’s art concentrates on expressing concerns about water supply, and reflections about water’s vitality as an element, creating a clear theme to his series of works. Valencia’s pieces show simplicity and detailed prints that focus on important and current issues of our everyday lives.

ARTIST TALK 
On Sunday 23rd of July we would like to invite you to the Artist Talk with sculptor Iván Prieto and printmaker Fabio Valencia at Galleri Heike Arndt DK in Kettinge, Demark. It is going to be a friendly meeting with this year’s ArtLab residents to have a nice conversation over a glass of wine about their artwork and colorful personalities! Come by to hear interesting stories about their life and work. We are looking forward to seeing you there!

Our event is supported by Guldborgsund Billedkunstråd. Thank you very much!

you can join us on Facebook for the event.

We also hope some of you would like to meet the artists and function as a mentor – meaning to spend some time doing their month stay  -having a meal together or showing them a bit around in our region. Please call as at +45 60902481 in case you are interested to meet one of the artists and being part of making their stay memorable.
BERLIN – INTERNS
This season’s team of hardworking interns; Jacqueline, Nanna and Jan have kept the gallery in tune and running with lots of enthusiasm. Thank you!
If you, or someone you know, is interested in doing an internship with us, click here for more information. We are always in search for new ambitious people to join our team.
VISITING US/SUMMER OPENING HOURS
Summer opening hours:
Berlin: Wednesday-Friday, 1pm-7pm, Saturday 11am-6pm
During the summer we are open as usual, except for August when we are only open by appointment. Please do not hesitate to call us to see the exhibition!Kettinge: Saturday-Sunday, 11am – 4pm.
We are happy to keep the gallery open during weekdays for you, just give us a call. We offer tours in the gallery where you can learn more about the artists’ background for 8-40 people.
We hope that you have enjoyed this spring with us as much as we have enjoyed it with you. As always, you are very welcome to pop in for a coffee, a nice chat or simply revel in handpicked good quality art in Berlin and in Kettinge. Make sure to drop by if you happen to be in the area!

Once again we wish you a wonderful summer!

All the best,
Galleri Heike Arndt DK

Fresh Legs 2015
Berlin: exhibition FRESH LEGS, 2016

Dear friends and artlovers

Fresh from the “typewriter” comes our Winter Newsletter 2016 with an overview of our activities in Kettinge and Berlin. Have fun while reading!
A thank you goes to visitors, artists, partners, sponsors, customers and, of course, our team of interns. You all made it possible for us to continue to work enthusiastically for the art and cultural exchange between Germany and the Nordic countries through our galleries in Berlin (DE) and Kettinge (DK). Thank you!

Do not forget to visit our 3-day pop up exhibition and our last Scandinavian meeting point in Berlin Wednesday, December 7th from 7 pm! Just before our winter break,

Events until the turn of the year in Berlin and Kettinge

Events until the end of the year

Berlin: Special exhibition: December 6th – 8th : “24 hours – my personal choice”. Only three days between 1 pm and 9 pm. Find out more here.

Berlin: Christmas event, Scandinavian Meeting Point will take place on Wednesday, December 7th from 7 pm

Kettinge: Finisage of the fantastic exhibition “Opdagelser 2016” on December 3th from 2 pm – 4 pm. Final meet up to enjoy with us our exhibition Opdagelser and the approaching year change, with a glass of wine!

Current opening hours:

Kettinge: Saturday and Sunday from 11am – 4pm until December 4th. Afterwards we have a winter break. We open gladly for visitors by prior appointment.

Berlin: Wednesday – Friday 1pm -6pm, Saturday 1pm – 5pm until December 9th . Afterwards we have a winter break. We open gladly for visitors by prior appointment.

The opening hours for our events can be found under “Events before the turn of the year”.

BERLIN 2016

Until December 3th, Strange Brew

Galleri Heike Arndt DK presents drawings, mixed media and sculptures in a wide variety of materials that deal with space, rhythm, relation, but also childish nostalgia and fears.

Together, the selected works by the artists Jan Pötter (DE) (DE) Sculpture, Giuditta R. (IT) Drawing and Katharina Kleinfeld (DE) Glass is a dynamic, seductive but also disturbing exhibition.
Only few days left!!

Berlin:  December 6th – 8th – 3 days’ Special exhibition:

“24 hours – my personal choice” between 1 pm – 9 pm

From December 6th to 8th our gallery in Berlin invites you to our surprise event; 3 days’ special exhibition “24 hours – my personal choice”. In these 3 days, 8 hours daily, from 1pm to 9pm, the gallery presents a personal selection of works by our artists who have drawn my attention. There is something for everyone in all price categories – starting at 50 euros.

SCANDINAVIAN MEETINGPOINT CHRISTMAS EVENT

THE NORDIC PLATFORM

December 7th from 7 pm

We cordially invite you to our CHRISTMAS EDITION on December 7th from 7 pm. Come and join our shared dinner table! Everyone brings something to eat (from boiled egg to vegetarian food, meat, fish or sweets – everything is welcome!) For our joint Christmas dinner and of course a super cozy and pleasant evening!

KETTINGE 2015

Until December 4th Opdagelser 2016

These works, with their diversity in materials and techniques, testify the stories, backgrounds and travels of the artists. Opdagelser offers the possibility to reflect on the present and the human being in itself.

We present an insight into a poetic and urban complexity with a playful sense of humor that often has both local and international relevance.

Only few days left!

Invitation to the Finisage in Kettinge on December 3th from 2pm to 4pm

Kettinge: Our Finisage is on December 3th in Kettinge from 2 pm to 4 pm. Here we invite our guests, by a glass of wine and tapas, to enjoy this wonderful exhibition and the approaching end of the year with us, before we go into our winter break.

Retrospect in BERLIN and Kettinge

2016  Berlin

We are very pleased with the steadily growing number of visitors. Among other things several groups visited us, including the women’s network “Morgenfruer”, they joined our series of lectures / intro arrangement, and it was a super success.

We decided to move our Mini Print Berlin Exhibition 2016 due to technical changes. This opened the possibility to test our new pop-up exhibition concept. “24 hours – my personal choice” 3 days 8 hours a day with a selection of works that I was particularly keen on. We are looking forward to your response to this initiative.

2016 in Kettinge

Galleri Heike Arndt DK Kettinge was also able to record a growing number of visitors, and we were able to help several new customers in Copenhagen to choose art for their office space. Integra lawyers Copenhagen supports our fantastic exhibition discoveries 2016, organized under Artlab Kettinge, where we show new international and local talents. This show can still be visited until December 4th. We were pleased to note that Marian Heyerdahl, introduced by us, had a huge audience with her sculptures “Teracotta Woman” at the annual “Lys over Lolland” art and culture festival.

Artlab Kettinge welcomed Elena, Franco and Mirco from Italy for a 14-day stay at our Residence in Kettinge. They contributed with great enthusiasm and support, now the completion of the space only needs the finishing touches. They also had time to explore and enjoy the surroundings.

COMING events in Berlin and Kettinge 2017

As we all know, the summer is always going too fast, and before we look around, the leaves turn yellow and the first snow falls. We have already started to prepare our upcoming exhibitions with exciting international artists. We will also work on new concepts for both spaces. Also 2017 there will be fantastic, challenging and surprising artworks on display.

BERLIN – Trainees

If you or someone you know is interested in an internship with us, click here for more information. We are always looking for ambitious, enthusiastic and loyal interns for our team.

Exhibition partner for Berlin wanted

Currently we work with new ideas around the gallery in Berlin and we would like to invite new innovative partners to work with us. If you have a great idea that you want to co-finance and realize, do not hesitate to contact us.

Our new concept includes, in particular, externally curated cross-border exhibitions with a special focus on pop-up of Nordic and German exhibition projects. We invite both curators and / or artist groups to present their project. Likewise, we invite Scandinavian and German art and cultural players and cultural institutions to work together with us.

Sponsors

We thank our sponsors, including Integra lawyers, for their support for the Discoveries 2016 exhibition and for their commitment to finance two scholarships for two international artists for a stay on Lolland-Falster.

If you or your company would like to get acquainted with international artists and at the same time want to enable them to work for a one-month stay in our new artists’ residence on Lolland-Falster – contact us. A maximum of 10 work grants are awarded each year and your sponsorship will be an “exclusive agreement”. Contact us for more information.

Once again, we wish you a wonderful winter with personal successes and pleasant times!

The team and me, Heike Arndt, will remain with the best regards and hope to see you soon.

About Galleri Heike Arndt DK

Our profile is based on a broad understanding of art, people and cultures. As a non-profit gallery we offer an open and dynamic platform where people can meet and appreciate art as well as work together in cross-cultural collaborations. Besides our passion for conveying contemporary art, the gallery also functions as a place for social gatherings. Our monthly event Scandinavian Meeting Point in Berlin is accessible for everyone with an interest in Nordic culture.
In addition to our solo exhibitions, we always have more than 400 graphic works available for purchase.
For more information, visit us at: heike-arndt.dk

Newsletter October 2016

Dear art lovers!

Galleri Heike Arndt DK is pleased to present ‘Hindsight,’ exhibiting a selection of current and existing works –  sculptures by Henry Stöcker (DE) collages by Poul R. Weile (DK) and paintings by Michael Kain (DE). Our choice of title reflects the notion that when exploring a new creative direction, one may not know it until afterwards – as the English saying goes, with the benefit of hindsight.

This idea of retrospect is integral to our exhibition. All three artists having produced work in the context of numerous significant changes in Europe, and have explored a wealth of creative processes. Presenting a journey through multiple directions in artistic expression, ‘Hindsight’ captures experience, reflection and nostalgia.

We are delighted to share this collection of works with you at Galleri Heike Arndt DK. Whether you are an art enthusiast or just want to look around and discover something new, everyone is welcome to join us for our opening on the 5th of October where Poul R. Weile, Michael Kain and Henry Stöcker will be present.

If you are not able to attend the opening event, please do come by during the run of the exhibition until the 29th of October.

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Poul R. Weile (DK)

Born in 1954 in Odense, Denmark, is a recognized sculptor and visual artist. Integral to Weile’s practice is his open-minded approach and the fact that he follows no style, which has indeed become his artistic signature.

In his mixed-media collages, Weile creates a weird and wonderful environment for a found image, often an erotic female form. His work bridges the line between kitsch and art, and embodies senses of humour and irony that are incredibly inviting. Weile has a great thirst for knowledge, and an inherent curiosity that still today leads him to push boundaries in his own expression of visual art.

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Michael Kain (DE)

Berlin-based abstract painter, with roots in the traditions of classical figurative art. He now creates works comprised of heavy layering of oil paint and demonstrates attentative experimentation with colour and tone. His pieces can be said to reminisce modernist values of pure painting, where there is an honesty in the relationship between the paint and the canvas and no ‘illusory’ storytelling through recognisable figures.

Today, Kain’s work has been exhibited internationally with significant shows in Germany, Denmark, Great Britain and Russia, and he continues to create art through abstract expression.

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Henry Stöcker (DE)

Born in 1954 on the island of Rügen, Germany, is a predominantly sculptural artist whose works are significantly influenced by his extensive biological studies at the University of Rostock and fascination with the subject.

The result is a body of work that demonstrates a perfectly balanced dialogue between science and art. Through playful use of form, Stöcker is continually testing the viewer to look for something recognisable, bringing to life biomorphic shapes that may otherwise only be seen under a microscope. Stöcker’s innovative approach to sculpture has won numerous awards throughout his artistic career, and he remains to be a practicing artist in Berlin today.

We are looking forward to your visit to this unique exhibition! You are very welcome to forward or share this invitation with other art enthusiasts.

Sincerely,

Galleri Heike Arndt DK

Laura – Nanna – Clara – Britannie – Bärbel – Heike

Deadline of Mini Prints 2016 Application Extended
The deadline for our Open Call Mini Prints 2016 has been extended to the 15th of October! This will be the last chance to send in your application, so make sure to mark the date in your calendar. Please share this post with your fellow artists.
More information and application form here: 
http://berlin.heike-arndt.dk/…/competiti…/mini-prints-berlin

Our exhibition in Denmark

Galleri Heike Arndt DK, Kettinge (DK)

Art Lab Kettinge
The international Summer Exhibition in our danish gallery, “Art lab Kettinge” will be displayed until October 9th 2016. We were just in Berlin and brought some artworks with us, from Japanese Yumie Yamakawa among others. You are warmly welcome to visit us!

Opdagelser 2016
In addition, we are delighted to reveal the date of our next exhibition Opdagelser 2016 in Kettinge. Make a mark in your calender at the 15th of October, from 1pm until 5pm, where lots of our international artists will show up as well. The exhibition will run until the 30th of April 2017. Read more here

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About Galleri Heike Arndt DK in Berlin and Kettinge

Galleri Heike Arndt DK is a Danish project gallery with an international profile which has its facilities in Berlin (DE) since 2008 and in Kettinge (DK) since 1989. Being a non profit gallery we exclusively choose art according to artistic criterias. Galleri Heike Arndt DK is defined as ”klein aber fein” and focuses on contemporary art from the Nordic and German art scene. Displaying paintings, sculptures, drawings, graphic prints and new media such as street art. Visitors can expect in Kettinge and Berlin artistic expertise combined with a cosy setting and time for a pleasant talk and a cup of coffee.

Furthermore we offer:

– Guided tours in the gallery for groups
– Internships for Nordic students in our galleries
– Two open calls where artists can applylinks
– More than 400 graphic pieces for sale (webshop coming soon)
– The famous monthly event Scandinavian Meeting Point in Berlin
– Open stage for musician to perform
– Drop by – it is definitely worth it.