Lynch Me!

Lynchmob at BHC Kollektion

Yesterday we went to see the new exhibition of the BHC Kollektiv and Kollektiv Berlin at HBC. I must say, this space never disappoints me, no matter if it’s an exhibition or a party. The new group show Lynchmob exhibits a great number of artworks all inspired by cult director David Lynch, ranging from photography, sculpture, installation, painting, and video. I saw a lot of amazing things here, but I especially enjoyed a video piece in the Anton Unai room that essembles several key scenes from mystery, thriller and horror movies. See some impressions from the exhibition and infos after the jump. The exhibitions will end with a big Burlesque themed party next Saturday, so make sure to visit before that.

Lynchmob at BHC Kollektion

Lynchmob at BHC Kollektion

Lynchmob at BHC Kollektion

Lynchmob at BHC Kollektion

Lynchmob at BHC Kollektion

Lynchmob at BHC Kollektion

Lynchmob at BHC Kollektion

Lynchmob at BHC Kollektion

Lynchmob at BHC Kollektion

Lynchmob at BHC Kollektion

Lynchmob

Curated by Emilie Trice & Christopher David

with Angel Eyedealism, Clayton Cubitt, Christoph Steffner, Douglas Gordon, Daniel Tagno, David Nicholson, Edmund Piper, Gary Rough, Gustaf von Arbin, Hannes Bend, Holger Jäger, Justin Adian, John Isaacs, Kenno Apatrida, Michael Cooke, Madeline Stillwell, Maxime Ballestros, Oliver Pietsch, Pete Wheeler, Ralf Gutsmann, Sergio Roger, Sean Cheetham, Stefan Saffer, Sandro Porcu, Torsten Solin, Tim Meehan, Tiphaine Shipman, Warren Neidich, Yoon Lee, Zak Smith , Zhivago Duncan

07.-21.02.2009, Tue-Sat 13-19h

Burlesque Closing Party 21.02.2009, 20h

.HBC

Karl-Liebknecht-Str. 9

10117 Berlin

www.bhc-kollektiv.org

www.kollektiv-berlin.com

Frank by
on February 15th, 2009
updated on May 4th, 2009
in Art, Galleries, Places
4 Comments »

4 Responses to “Lynch Me!”

  1. rp__ Says:

    Hübsche, aber brave Popzitatkunst. Viel lustiger war, als Lynch selbst bei einem von Cartier gesponserten Dinner der vorigen Art Basel Miami Beach “Diamonds, Gold and Dreams” auf die versammelte (Kunst-)Prominenz niederprasseln ließ – die dabei offenbar einen Moralischen bekam, angesichts der Wertvernichtung am Finanzmarkt, deren Opfer sie schon geworden war. http://www.theartnewspaper.com/article.asp?id=16565

  2. Mia Says:

    Is the first picture a photography or a painting?

  3. Frank Says:

    it’s a photograph. i like the birds.

  4. Holly Says:

    oooooooooooh how i love david lynch! oooooh! and his art. i want to ***** ************* ****** ***** ****************** ***** him.

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