mini maxi print berlin 2021/2022
40 printmakers + 1 sculptor ➯ 25 countries
Galleri Heike Arndt DK Berlin – Everybody is welcome!
Agnieszka Cieślińska (PL), Agustin Rolando Rojas (CA), Anaïs Charras (FR), Anna Voitiuk (UA), Anne Starling (AU), Arron Foster (US), Baukje de Loos (NL), Blaze Cyan (UK), Carles Mitjà (ES), Chang Hui Ju (TW), Chris Lawry (AU), Consuelo Barbosa (CO), Floki Gauvry (AR), Franziska Schiratzki (CH), Hazel Roberts (UK), Hristo Georgiev (BG), Hyejeong Kwon (KR), Hyun-Jin KIM (TW), Izabela Kucharska (PL), Jean-Baptiste Monnin (FR), Karin Tiefensee (DE), Kristina Thun (SE), Lee Tek Khean (MY), Lerooij Pieter (BE), Martina Nikova (BG/US), Mathias Winde (DE), Misa Tsuchiya (JP), Mykhailo Drimaylo (UA), Patrycja Chrzanowska (PL), Rita Vandevorst (BE), Roman Haideichuk (UA), Sebastian Laszczyk (PL), Semih Çınar (TR), Serhii Hulievych (UA), Tanja Huntus (FI), Tibor Jaeger (SE), Ulrich J. Wolff (DE), Valerie Syposz (CA), Víctor Manuel Hernández Castıllo (MX), Xecon Uddin (BD/FR)
Galleri Heike Arndt DK: 03.11.21 – 30.04.22
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 a sculptor as a guest artist. This exhibition accommodates an even wider range of artists to be showcased. Across the gallery, a total of 40 carefully selected 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.
Invited sculptor: Iván Prieto (ES)
In Iván Prieto’s artwork there is a constant exploration of the relationship between his sculptures and the space that surrounds them, as well as a manifestation of the most basic human emotions. Prieto’s works exceed the limits of the body and bring out a hidden beauty. Deformed and fragile characters emerge within a symbolic scenario carefully created by the artist.
Rabbit in Blue Non verbal communication