28 APR—13 JUL 2023
KATINKA KASKELINE – ES IST ICH
Vernissage: Fri 28.04.2023
from 5-9 pm, Greetings 6 pm
Opening hours during Gallery Weekend:
Sat 29.04. & Sun 30.04.2023
from noon-6 pm
28 FEB—06 APR 2023
ALEXANDRA ROTHAUSEN – GITTERMENSCHEN
Midissage: Wed 15.03.2023
fron 5-8 pm, greetings 6 pm
In light of recent events taking place in Ukraine, the gallery displayed solidarity by painting all its walls black in a symbolic action on the 27.02.2022. The war has immensely impacted us. Proceeding on without making a statement seemed unfathomable. The black gallery walls will serve as the background to Bruck’s works. For the occasion of the exhibition, we will donate to these two organizations: ARTISTS at RISK (AR) and Doctors Without Borders / Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF).
ARTISTS at RISK (AR) is a non-profit organization at the intersection of human rights and the arts. Since 2013 AR has been collaborating with arts non-profits and government funders to assist artists who are at risk politically and fleeing oppression and war globally. MSF provides emergency medical aid worldwide in crisis and war zones and after natural disasters. The international organization helps quickly, efficiently and unbureaucratically – without asking about the origin, religion or political conviction of the people affected. Further information and direct ways to donate at: artistsatrisk.org and aerzte-ohne-grenzen.de.
SOLIDARITY WITH UKRAINE
Herewith we set a sign of solidarity with the people in Ukraine: We have taken down our exhibition and subsequently painted the walls of our outsider art gallery black.
During these days there will be no exhibition. We will show nothing, only black surfaces. We can’t just go on as before.
Filled with fear and pain, we are facing the direction of war. War brutally and ruthlessly destroys life, freedom, and art. Human rights, such as that to self-determination, or to freedom of art and expression, are in great and acute danger from war and occupation. As art creators and presenters, we feel the urge to make a statement and visualize our solidarity and non-indifference with this art action. The black walls are a symbol. We invite all Berlin galleries and museums to join in using the hashtag #solidaryartwalls, to take down their part and paint one or more walls black.
07 DEC—22 DEC 2021
Extendend opening hours:
Tu-Th 2-8 pm
Fr & Sa 2-10 pm
Su noon-6 pm
All photos © Galerie ART CRU Berlin / the artists
09 SEP—29 OCT 2021
Vernissage: Thu. 09.09.2021, 6 pm
All photos © Galerie ART CRU Berlin / Karin Pott
09 JUL—14 AUG 2021
29 APR—18 JUN 2021
All photos © GEYSO 20 / Lebenshilfe Braunschweig
Back room (right side):
Back room (back wall and left side):
04 MAR—17 APR 2021
24 NOV 2020—21 JAN 2021 extended through 31 JAN 2021
Between Abstraction and Form:
11 SEP—22 OCT 2020 extended through 29 OCT
CHAOS UND ORDNUNG
KUNST AUS DEM OFFENEN ATELIER ST. HEDWIG
Vernissage: Thu. 10.09.2020, 6 pm
28 JUL—27 AUG 2020
STAPELLAUF – NA KLAR
Vernissage: Thu 23.07.2020, 7 pm
UWE PAULSEN & EMIEHL PÄFFEL, NORBERT BACKNER, CONCETTA CASSARÀ, THI THU, KATINKA KASKELINE, ACHIM MAAZ
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: firstname.lastname@example.org
15 new works, part two of the online exhibition:
38 works, part 1 of the online exhibition:
UWE PAULSEN & EMIEHL PÄFFEL
Press Release Exhibition CONCETTA CASSARÀ
All pictures double-sided except the last two.
The following eight works by Achim Maaz are undamaged and are offered at the regular price. All pictures double-sided except the last two.
February 06 – March 07 2020
DIVERSITÉ – CAROLINE CROZAT
September 20 – October 26
Maria Concetta Cassarà
02.08. – 31.08.2019
A Dream – What Else
Art from Offenes Atelier St. Hedwig, Berlin and Project Ability, Glasgow