Take a Walk on the Wild Side is a group show taking place at Egbert Baqué Contemporary Art from 16 November – 21 December, 2013. The show presents a wide range of work in different media, from painting, drawing and cartoon to sculpture, video and photography. The exhibition is positioned against political patronage, censorship and the suppression of artistic work, against homophobia and racism and dedicated to the memory of Lou Reed. Artists included in the exhibition are: Abetz & Drescher, Emilie Arfeuil, Winston Chmielinski, Rainer Fetting, Giuseppe Gonella, Bettina van Haaren, Ivar Kaasik, Ralf König, Lena Lapschina, Markus Lüpertz, Slava Mogutin, Wolfgang Neumann, Tim Plamper, Joachim Seinfeld, Snapple, Franziska Strauss.
Wolfgang Neumann (2013)Winston Chmielinski, Bodies in Retrograde (2013) oil on canvas, 100x130cm
Wolfgang Neumann, Eimerweise in bucketfuls (2013) Acrylic varnish canvas, 103x120cmGiuseppe Gonella, St Sebastian (2013) 170x130cmIvar Kaasik, Tchaikovsky (2013) oil on canvas, 60x45cmRainer Fetting, Russian Poet (1998) oil on jute, 200x140cmSlava Mogutin, Winston Chmielinski, Cross My Gloves Spread My Socks (2012) Digitalcollage, 51x41cmWolfgang Neumann, lou light (2013) Acrylic on canvas, 30x24cmRainer Fetting, Desmond stretching (2003) Silver and bronze, 11x73x30cm
EGBERT BAQUE CONTEMPORARY ART
“Take a walk on the wild side”
Exhibition: Nov. 16 – Dec. 21, 2013
Fasanenstraße. 37 (click here for map)
Blog entry and photographs by Stephanie Third in Berlin; Tuesday, Dec. 3, 2013.