Discover Eva Alvor’s haunting textile masterpiece “Dead Bird,” where the threads of life and loss entwine in a stark dance of color and form. This Ukrainian artist’s hand-embroidered narrative evokes a poignant fairy tale, rich with existential musings and a decadent touch of mysticism. Uncover the enigma woven into every stitch.
Julia Apostolidou’s “divine” challenges traditional beauty narratives with its bold representation of the female form. This piece, blending oil and oil pastels, confronts societal pressures and the male gaze, advocating for self-confidence and agency. Apostolidou’s departure from hyperrealism in this work spotlights the beauty in imperfection, urging a reevaluation of beauty standards and self-worth.
Sophia Ato’s installation “information pollution” at krautART’s “Salon de Refusées” confronts the overwhelming daily assault of information. This mixed media piece creates a looping metaphor for the repetitive pressure of life, urging introspection amidst the chaos.
Through her work, Cornelia Es Said calls for a reckoning, urging us to see beyond profit and power to the sanctity of collective human experience.
Step into Annabelle Hoffmann’s “All colours are beautiful,” where every hue whispers a story of urban metamorphosis, and the city’s pulse becomes a canvas for reflecting on identity and existence.
In ‘Exchange Currencies,’ Natasha Lelenco crafts a bold narrative through wooden coins, reflecting on identity and the elusive concept of value. Her work stands as a profound invitation to reassess our understanding of art’s worth and societal belonging.
Visithra Manikam’s ‘Unseen’ is a haunting representation of those living in society’s shadows, a canvas urging us to see the invisible and hear the silent.
Dive into the enigmatic world of Talissa Mehringer at Salon de Refusées. Her art challenges the boundaries of genres, often deemed too edgy or unconventional. From ‘creepy’ street art to surreal films, Talissa’s work rebels against digital age’s art commercialization.
Venture into Sara Owusu-Ansah’s visual narratives, where each layer is a revelation, and each color tells a story of life’s intricate emotional weave.
In ‘Masters of Art’, Gina Peyran Tan crafts a video landscape where power, creativity, and mortality converge, challenging viewers with her critical discourse.
Immerse in Annekatrin Pischelt’s ‘Woanders’, a portrayal of feminine reflection and the breaking free from archaic confines.
Step into the sonic world of Pina Bettina Rücker’s ‘Flugwesen’, where historical hymns and future ecologies resonate in a meditative symphony.