Current exhibition Berlin

We welcome you again from March 1th 2024 or before only by appointment

Graphic salon
Exhibition Mini Maxi Print  2023/2024

Adam Lipman (PL), Barbara Shunyi (ES), Bastien (FR), Caroline Koenders (NL), Chien Yu Lin (TW), Darya Hancharova (BY), Dominik Wlodarek (PL), Dorota Karolewska (PL), Eric Mummery (CA), Eva Aulmann (DE), Georg Bothe (DE), Guntars Sietiņš (LV), Hassan Zahreddine (LB), Hattori Nanako (JP), Janne Laine (FI), Karin Tiefensee (DE), Karol Pomykała (PL), Katsuko Ono (JP), Marco Poma (IT), Maria Heed (SE), Marta Śliwiak (PL), Milena Kowalska (PL), Minho Kim (KR), Miska Mio Tujula (FI), Miyuki Ichijo (JP), Oliver Pilic (SI), Patrycja Chrzanowska (PL), Sharon Baker (UK), Søren Bjælde (DK), Stefan Friedemann (DE), Tiago Cutileiro (PT), Vinicius Libardoni (BR/IT), Vlachogianni Vasiliki (GR), Walter Rindone (IT), Xecon Uddin (BD/FR), Yasmina Karli Malmsten (SE)

Galleri Heike Arndt DK is proud to present the annual Open Call MINI MAXI PRINT BERLIN, exhibiting a wide range of graphic techniques.
Additionally, we have invited Frank Paul as a guest artist.

This exhibition accommodates an even wider range of artists to be showcased. Across the gallery, a total of 36 carefully selected graphic artists will be expressing their views on contemporary challenges facing society and raising questions about our humanity. All audiences can find something personally captivating within this range of artistic expression. Alongside creating space for reflection and inspiration, the works can also leave the viewer feeling both surprised and disturbed.

Mini-print section

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Maxi-print section 

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Guestartist: Frank Paul (DE)
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Frank Paul creates imaginative freestanding sculptures from
wood, oilpaint, plaster and other unconventional materials. By
applying mostly shades of red and making use of manifold symbolic
references, the bizarre and alluring figures bring forth an ironically
charged drama. The confusion of adulthood seems to play a key role.

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