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After the lockdown it will be possible to visit the gallery again from 09.06.2020.

We are showing works from the two online exhibitions WASSERTAUFE I+II.

Further works complement this “string exhibition”.

All paintings are reduced in price due to water damage.

 

Please note:

Limited opening hours apply for the time being: Tue & Thu noon – 6 pm, Wed 2 pm – 6 pm

• Please keep a distance of at least 1.5 m during each visit.

Max. 3 visitors in the gallery at the same time.

• Visits are generally only possible with a mask or mouth-and-nose protection.

• If you are interested in portfolio folders and books please use gloves (available in the gallery).

We ask for your understanding and are looking forward to your visit!

WASSERTAUFE (III)
UWE PAULSEN & EMIEHL PÄFFEL, NORBERT BACKNER, CONCETTA CASSARÀ, THI THU, KATINKA KASKELINE, ACHIM MAAZ

WASSERTAUFE II

Most of these works are affected by water damage and are therefore offered at greatly reduced prices. All works were newly photographed and show the actual state.

Please click on the pictures to enlarge them and for further information and prices. A few works are not affected by water damage, this is stated in the caption with the words “Kein Wasserschaden”. If a price is part of the caption the work is still available, “VERKAUFT” means sold.

If you are interested, please contact us via e-mail: galerie@art-cru.de

15 new works, part two of the online exhibition:

(sold 7/15)

WASSERTAUFE

38 works, part 1 of the online exhibition:

UWE PAULSEN & EMIEHL PÄFFEL

(sold 5/6)

NORBERT BACKNER

(sold 1/3)

CONCETTA CASSARÀ

Further Information:

Press Release Exhibition CONCETTA CASSARÀ

(sold 6/6)

THI THU

(sold 3/6)

KATINKA KASKELINE

(sold 4/4)

ACHIM MAAZ

All pictures double-sided except the last two.

(sold 3/4)

The following eight works by Achim Maaz are undamaged and are offered at the regular price. All pictures double-sided except the last two.

(sold 2/8)

Galerie ART CRU Berlin is Berlin’s first gallery focusing on art produced by people with psychiatric disorders or mental disabilities. The aim of the gallery is to promote and introduce such artists, most of them self-taught and usually standing on the edge of the established art scene. These people are often denied the opportunity to develop a professional expertise as an artist, as they often encounter many difficulties in the process. This is why our focus is to reduce the distance between the established art world and their more original, unadulterated artworks.

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