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Previous Exhibitions - Galerie ONOFF

06 August - 04 October
Shaking Up Western Art the Chinese Way (Mit chinesischer Methode die westliche Kunst umpflÜgen)

Dear Friends,

We would like to invite you to the opening reception of our summer exhibition (Shaking up Western Art the Chinese Way / Mit chinesischer Methode die westliche Kunst umpflügen). You will see works of four Chinese artists who are living in Germany: Wu Ming (Berlin), Wang Chu (Dresden), Fu Rao (Dresden) and Zhang Hui (Dresden). And we are curious to know which one ...will be your favorite!

Cheers,
Ling

February 13 - April 01, 2010
ZHANG Hui: Reflections/Spiegelungen

The young Chinese painter, graduate from Chinese Academy of Art and Berlin University of Arts shows works from her five-year stay in Germany.

April 03 - May 21, 2010
LI YAN: Accidents/Unfälle

Following London, Tokyo and Los Angeles, this will be the first solo show in Berlin of Li Yan, the great outsider of the Beijing art circle . His mini-picture series reconstruct scenes of violence and war culled from the daily news and raises questions to our perception of reality as filtered through today's media.

June 03 - August 4, 2010
FU RAO: Chimaeras

Fu Rao is a Chinese painter from Dresden. His near monochrome paintings, laid down by broad brushstrokes but nevertheless displaying a fine texture, reveal the deeper layers of our everyday life. The earthy, half animal and half human hybrid creatures merge with the household or natural environments in which they are set. Everything seems animated, but threatened at the same time by the forthcoming decline. „Dust are thou and to dust thou shall return.“ (Genesis 3:19)

August 8. - October 10. 2010
Shaking Up Western Art The Chinese Way
- Summer Exhibition: Zhang Hui, Fu Rao, Wang Chu, Wu Ming

October 15. - November 25. 2010
Wolfgang Stiller: Emblems of Life


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