The exhibition is opened from January 23, 2020 until July 17, 2020.
Monday - Thursday 9 am - 6 pm
Friday 9 am - 4 pm
The starting point of Heike Berl's most recent work is the rose in the context of both contemporary and contemporary history: the Munich resistance group "White Rose" around the Scholl brothers and sisters or the annual "White Rose" campaign held in Dresden since 2005 on February 13th. Heike Berl sees her artistic engagement with the rose motif as a question of where to go, as a pictorial contribution to human values.
In spring 2020 the current works of the series WEISSE ROSE - Nature and Symbol will be shown in a large solo exhibition at the Saxon State Medical Association in Dresden.
The exhibition is opened from April 18, 2020 until June 01, 2020.
Ina Fekken and other Artists
Daily from 1 - 5 pm
Grote of Barbarakerk
Grote Kerkstraat 4
4101 CB Culemborg
Ten artists seek it higher......
High up in the Barberachurch are works of art on display, especially made for the exhibition "Flying Free". A theme inspired by 75 years of liberation.
Ina Fekken looked at photos and films made during the liberation and discovered waving people, some of them with a white handkerchief, that triggered her: a simple utensil that reflects various feelings / emotions of human existence. Meanwhile it is almost disappearing from modern life. The artist created an artwork motivated by this fact.
Participating artists: Merijn Bolink, Suzan Drummen, Ina Fekken, Esther Jiskoot, André Pielage, Guus Slauerhoff, Frank Straatman, Paul Vendel/Sandra de Wolfen, Barbara de Vries.
The exhibition is opened from April 26, 2020 until May 29, 2020.
Pat Alexander, Yun Gee Bradley, Eva Camacho-Sanchez, Jocelyn Chateauvert, Nicole Donnelly, Emily Duong, Jennie Frederick, Lori B. Goodman, Joan Hall, Helen Hiebert, Jane Ingram Allen, Barbara Landes/Paul Sullivan, Elizabeth Mackie, Jacqueline Mallegni, Anne Marble, Teddy Milder, Marie Noorani, Jill Powers, Pricilla Robinson, Nicole Uzzell, Gibby Waitzkin.
Daily, 24 hours
Santa Fe, NM
The scheduled exhibition at galleryFRITZ in Santa Fe, NM is now live ONLINE.
In response to COVID-19 we adapted. A special thank you to Deborah Fritz, owner, for her encouragement and to Justin Kouri, director, for facilitating our online presence.
A Conversation with Paper is an exhibition of national IAPMA members whose work speaks to the diversity of papermaking and paper art.
Jacqueline Mallegni is honored to have the opportunity to present this exhibition.