Category Archives: Exhibition

Parallel Vienna 2017 – Long Loud Silence / Robert Gfader, Michael Markwick and Robert Muntean

LOCATION: ROOM E05 (Ground floor near fair entrance)

New paintings by Robert Gfader, Michael Markwick and Robert Muntean

Parallel Vienna 2017: Long Loud Silence

September 19-24th

OPENING DAY Tuesday 19.9.2017

13:00-18:00     Opening (EUR 10)
18:00-22:00     Opening (EUR 10)
22:00-06:00     Opening Party

Location:
Alte Sigmund Freud Universität
Schnirchgasse 9A
1030 Wien

https://goo.gl/maps/vJkBGLFjc7B2

 

Info:

http://parallelvienna.com/

http://www.longloudsilence.org

Long Loud Silence @ Botschaft in den Uferhallen

Long Loud Silence -Robert Gfader Michael Markwick Robert Muntean

Opening: 31 May at 18:00

31 May – 14 June

Location:
Botschaft

Uferhallen, Uferstraße 8, 13357 Berlin, Germany

Long Loud Silence is interested in how painting inhabits a space, and at the same time can be also poetic, political, and be completely open addressing larger questions in art.

Based in Berlin, Long Loud Silence was founded in 2015 by Robert Gfader, Michael Markwick, and Robert Muntean.

http://longloudsilence.org/

Long Loud Silence: ROBERT GFADER / MICHAEL MARKWICK / ROBERT MUNTEAN

Long Loud Silence: Robert Gfader, Michael Markwick, Robert Muntean

ROBERT GFADER / MICHAEL MARKWICK / ROBERT MUNTEAN

NATIONALMUSEUM BERLIN

Robert Gfader, Michael Markwick, and Robert Muntean present three recent paintings at the nationalmuseum in Berlin. The title “Long Loud Silence” is taken from an old science fiction novel by William Tucker, but the project is not tied to the the post-apocalyptic novel. The appropriation of the title can be understood in different ways regarding the three artists’ individual positions, but it largely reflects their reality with the painting process. Gfader explores gesture, physicality, and pictorial space in the diptych “DSC00118.” In “Fractured View,” Markwick works with a visual combination of natural topography, urban elements, and skeletal references. Muntean breaks down the figure in “Pink Moon,” removing narrative and investigating abstract forms. All three artists enter into a kind of free play, where the parameters of abstraction and figuration are tested. These works ask for time, given their complexity and layers. PHOTOS

opening                09.01.2016 / 19 hr

exhibition             10.01.2016 – 26.01.2016
opening hours      Mo. and Thurs. 13 – 17 hr or by appointment: +49(0)176 218 68 995

www.longloudsilence.org

nationalmuseum
Urbanstrasse 100
1. Hinterhof, 4.OG
10967 Berlin
U-Bhf Hermannplatz

www.thenationalmuseum.de

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