A.I.R Exhibition Series at Sur la Montagne

Sur la Montagne (SlaM) presents a series of exhibitions by North American artists for their new Artist-in-Residency Program Auberge sur la Montagne. A total of 9 artists will participate in this unique program which allows them to live, produce and exhibit their work at SlaM on Torstrasse. The series is curated by artist Drew Simpson, who is the newest member of the SlaM Collective.

Untitled (Flower Portraits) - Teresa AversaTeresa Aversa – “Untitled (Flower Portraits)”, disposable camera prints, 4 x 6 inches

EXHIBITION PROGRAM

MELISSA FISHER, TERESA AVERSAFifty / Fifty
Exhibition: May 4-12, 2012
Opening Reception: May 4; 7pm

CHRISTY LANGER, SHERRY HAYAnd I hear them shouting under my feet
Exhibition: Jun. 21-29, 2012
Opening Reception: Jun. 21; 7pm

SHANE PENNINGTONLeaving the Shade
Exhibition: Jul. 5-15, 2012
Opening Reception: Jul. 5; 7pm

ERIC CARLOS BERTRANDOf Princes, Mercenaries, Armies and Other Masses
Exhibition: Jul. 19-26, 2012
Opening Reception: Thursday, Jul. 19

NAOMI YASUI, HEATHER GOODCHILDThe Wardens Abroad
Exhibition: Sep. 6-13, 2012
Opening Reception: Sep. 6; 7pm

RON LORANGERBlobettes Nochmals
Exhibition: Sep. 20-29, 2012
Opening Reception: Sep. 20; 7pm

Sevens - Christy Langer (2008)Christy Langer – “Sevens” (2008), resin, oil paint, 26,7 x 99,1 x 36,8 cm; photo: Laura Horne

Psychasthenia - Sherry Hay, (2011)Sherri Hay – “Psychasthenia” (2011), mixed media, 301 x 102 cm; photo: Walter Williams

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Additional Information

Sur la Montagne (SlaM) is a non-commercial exhibition and project space operating since 2009. Besides art exhibitions and their A.I.R. program, they host a variety of cultural events such as readings, debates and poetry slams. In addition, the space periodically transforms into other settings, such as a shop, a restaurant, a club, or even a hotel. SlaM’s internationally recognized hotel concept, Hotel Minimal by Herresthal und Kadel, a bed and breakfast in the SlaM storefront, a space that is both an installation and a living space, was a pre-stage and the origin of the upcoming A.I.R. program.

Check out the BERLIN ART LINK Studio Visit with Auberge sur la Montagne curator, Drew Simpson.
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Blog entry by Elizabeth Delfs in Berlin; Thursday, Apr. 19, 2012.


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