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Forgotten to talk - group exhibition

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Warmoesstraat 139
1012 JB Amsterdam
info@w139.nl
+31 (0)20 6229434

Open Mon - Sun / 12-18 hrs

Exhibition 26 Aug — 1 Oct

Opening 25 Aug, 20-1 hrs

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Forgotten to talk - group exhibition
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At the end of a narrowing tunnel a surface of 400 m² will be turned into four wall paintings by:
 
Fabian Herkenhoener, Judith Kisner, Lydia Balke and Paul Czerlitzki; attended with traces of Melle de Boer
 
This exhibition focuses on the presence and absence of the Painter a Persona, whose activity has an existential to manic dimension, that also always impends to become a state of aporia at the same time. Here, painting is not negotiated as a medium but as an indigenous form of existence.
 
Just as a verbal language struggles for words, stutters, becomes repetitive and inconsistent or is stuck in interference, the conditions of a narrative of painting will emerge.
 
Graphic Design:
Medeina Musteikyte and Dirk Verweij
 
Tunnel Building:
After Howl
 
Supported by:
Winsor & Newton, Liquitex, Karl H·Ditze Stiftung, The Fine Art Collective, HFBK Hamburg, het Mondriaan Fonds and AFK

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