Arcadia Unbound Exhibition at Funkhaus

On Saturday I visited the magnificent Funkhaus Nalepastraße to see the exhibition opening of the group show Arcadia Unbound curated by four Berlin-based artists Janine Eggert, Sibylle Jazra, Marte Kiessling and Christopher Sage. The project is pretty much in the spirit of the fabulous show Ngoro Ngoro during Gallery Weekend as it’s independently organized by artists and not by gallery owners.

With the Funkhaus they found a venue that is truly stunning looking, but also so dominant in its appearance that it’s really challenging to show art here without the place itself being a distraction. But I think they have mastered this quite successfully. The exhibition is a true highlight and a good introduction into the Berlin Art Week that will start later this week. You can still see Arcadia Unbound at Funkhaus from Wednesday September 16 til Sunday September 20, 2015, from 14-18h. You can best reach Funkhaus from Ostkreuz by bike (15 min) or by tram. After the jump a few impressions.

sculpture: Anna Lena Grau

sculpture: Tommy Stockel

sculpture: Janine Eggert & Philipp Ricklefs

artwork: Amélie Grözinger

photos: Julian Rosefeldt

installation: Jay Gard

sculpture: Wolfgang Flad

painting: Jonas Burgert

sculpture: Zoë Claire Miller

sculpture: John Isaacs

sculptures: Michael Sailstorfer

photo: Anette Kelm

sculptures: Sonya Schönberger

installation: Christoph Rothmeier

installation: Thomas & Renée Rapedius

sculpture: Jonas Burgert

installation: Sibylle Jazra

sculpture: Florian Japp

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