Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Finally... Photos from "Grains of Wrath"

After what feels like forever I've managed to take some decent photos of the artwork in my current solo show at Wilde Gallery in Berlin.

Let me say this: these pieces are a *major* pain in the ass to photograph, thanks to the combination of pitch blackness and low contrast. Everyone who is interested in these is strongly encouraged to have a look at the real thing. If I may quote freely from what I have heard at the opening: it's one of the rare occasions when the pieces look better in nature than in the photos.

The photos at the top are: IMG_5430 - John Wright, IMG_3997

So here's the first batch of new works:
IMG_1298 - Kreator 1
IMG_4517 - Irvine Alley

and here is a detail of the cop's face in IMG_3888:

I've posted the APs of these before, this is the new set of the Boxhagener Platz series.

left to right:
IMG_5173, IMG_5076
IMG_5105 and IMG_4963

a detail of IMG_4963:

and finally a few impressions from the interior of the gallery:

"Grains of Wrath"
Sept. 11th - Oct. 10th, 2009
Wilde Gallery, Chausseestr. 7, 10115 Berlin -
Opening hours: Wed. - Sat., 12 - 6 p.m.
An online version of the catalog is here.

In case anyone wants to know, most of the original photos were taken at minor clashes between police and protesters in Berlin in 2007 and 2009, the photo of John Wright is from a Nomeansno concert in Berlin in 2007, Kreator played here in 2009 and finally the Irvine shot was taken in the alley behind Irvine Contemporary in Washington D.C. in 2009.

1 comment:

eminogrande said...

Hi, you can win one of these stencils!

I found this board while googeling some great art-ists to promote a competiton of green electric company htt
p.// which fits to this place.

The berlin based proud magazine brought a feature about it in their last issue (november 2009). You can win one of the following art-pieces by getting a 8-Question riddle (german) done.

You can win seven high-quality art pieces: a hairy children portrait by Erik Sandberg, a MDF-Woodart by PISA73, a mixed media work by Kenno Apartida, a painting by John Brown's Grimm Serie, a performance by Madeline Stillwell (C-Print with DVD) a landscape picture by Alex MacLean and last but not least a street-art-piece by DeerBLN

Detailed Information and a preview of the art-pieces on Flickr: and of course at