Heike Ruschmeyer -
The fall season is started and we are proud to present this challenging exhibition with museum quality. Some of the art work hits your solar plexus; others take you on a journey into the universe of memories.
On that occasion Galleri Heike Arndt DK invites you to the exhibition opening October 2nd 2013 at 7 pm.

“Memories” presents Heike Ruschmeyer (DE), paintings, Sabina Grzimek (DE), sculptures and
Carina Jo Sivager (DK), photography
from October 2nd
– November 16.
Opening October 2nd at 7 pm in Berlin.

About the exhibition
Let yourself be drawn into a world of concern and contemplation with the three recognized international artists: Carina Jo Sivager (DK) photography, Heike Ruschmeyer (DE) oil paintings and Sabina Grzimek (DE) sculptures.
Some of these art works documents crime scenes and others open up for our memories that are almost forgotten. The art work elegantly manages to shed light on also the shadowy sides of the human existence and history with a personal interpretation – the works certainly has one thing in common, the potential of never being forgotten.
Heike Ruschmeyer -
Heike Ruschmeyer (DE)
The artists Heike Ruschmeyer (DE) documents crime scenes. ”I am a documentary painter. I am not melancholic and not sentimental. I see myself as a lawyer for the people I paint, so that they are not forgotten.”
Sabina Grzimek,
Sabina Grzimek (DE)

The artist Sabina Grzimek (DE) is a sculptor with roots in classical sculptures. She often explores existential questions and well known public figures in her works, both in sculptures and graphic work.

More info about Sabina Grzimek here

Carina Jo Sivager -
Carina Jo Sivager (DK)

The artist Carina Jo Sivager (DK) works with the layers in our perception of reality in her digital motified photos. She does not focus on one definite view in her art works, but invites the observer to elicit their own memories.

More info about Carina Jo Sivager here

About Galleri Heike Arndt DK

Our profile is based on a broad understanding of art, people and cultures.
As a nonprofit-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 Meetingpoint in Berlin is accessible for everyone with an interest in Nordic culture.
Besides our solo exhibitions, we always have more than 400 graphic works available for purchase.
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