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ALEXANDER OCHS GALLERIES BERLIN | BEIJING

ALEXANDER OCHS GALLERIES BERLIN | BEIJING

Private Gallery
 
Gallery projects in Berlin and Beijing
 
Ai Weiwei, Teehaus, 2009
Ai Weiwei, Teehaus, 2009
  MIAO XIAOCHUN AND AI WEIWEI IN BERLIN

February 1st, 2011, 7 pm, Opening
MIAO XIAOCHUN | BEIJING HANDSCROLLS

In his works of the series BEIJING INDEX / HANDSCROLLS the Chinese photographer and media artist Miao Xiaochun deals with the traditional form of hand scrolls. The digital scroll paintings show completely unspectacular, like accidentally found locations of the Chinese capital. The idea of nature of the old masters meets the chaos of acceleration. Prof. Dr. Klaas Ruitenbeek, director of the Museum of Asian Art, National Museums in Berlin, will give a short introduction in the work of the artist.
In cooperation with
ALEXANDER OCHS GALLERIES BERLIN | BEIJING.

Febrauary 2nd - April 1st, 2011
Guardini Galerie, Askanischer Platz 4, 10963 Berlin, Germany

February 2nd, 2011, 7 pm
AKADEMIE DER KÜNSTE BERLIN
MEMBERS INTRODUCE: MIAO XIAOCHUN

Siegfried Zielinski, member of the Akademie der Künste and professor for media theories at the University of Arts Berlin, introduces the artist Miao Xiaochun. His art unfolds between the tradition of his Chinese home country and the European culture. Based on video presentations there will be a talk with the artist and his gallerist of many years, Alexander Ochs.

Black Box, Akademie der Künste, Pariser Platz 4, 10117 Berlin, Germany

February 4th, 2011, 7 pm, Opening
AI WEIWEI | MUSEUM OF ASIAN ART - Museums Dahlem, SMB-National Museums of Berlin

The Asian Art Museum, SMB-National Museums in Berlin, integrates the 'Tea house', a major work of the Chinese artist Ai Weiwei, in its permanent collection. It consists of 378 cubes and 54 prisms made of compressed Pu-erh tea. The form combines extreme simplicity and massive presence. The work, created in 2009, is given by Si and Dieter Rosenkranz as a permanent loan and will be presented in one of the central halls of the museum. With the assistance of
ALEXANDER OCHS GALLERIES BERLIN | BEIJING.

February 5th, 2011 - January 2nd, 2012
Museum of Asian Art, Museums Dahlem, SMB-National State Museums Berlin, Lansstrasse 8, 14195 Berlin, Germany

CHEN GUANGWU AND WANG SHUGANG IN BEIJING

WANG SHUGANG | THE OPPOSITE HOUSE

Wang Shugang sculptures are presented by RedBox Studio at The Opposite House. Wang demonstrates an exceptional command of the traditional medium in his sculptures, combining the figuration of 20th century Realism with Buddhist iconography and scenes of daily life in China. His main focus is to present groups of anonymous figures that comment on the essential relationship of the individual to his immediate society.

In cooperation with ALEXANDER OCHS GALLERIES BEIJING.

January - March 2011
The Opposite House, Sanlitun, Beijing, China

January 29th, 2011, 3 pm, Opening
CHEN GUANGWU | SHELL

In the new works by Chen Guangwu, born 1967 in Liuzhou, Guangxi/China the artist, who himself describes as a pure calligrapher, combines tradition and modernity. On rice paper he aims for the perfecting of his hand, which he transfers on canvas. The floating brushstroke convinces with a clear balance over the paper, providing a protective mantle to the flowing forms which led the artist to the exhibition title SHELL.

January 30th - March 26th, 2011
ALEXANDER OCHS GALLERIES BEIJING

We wish you a happy year of the rabbit!

ALEXANDER OCHS GALLERIES BERLIN | BEIJING

NEW SPACE! NEW LOCATION! NEW ADDRESS IN BERLIN!

After 13 happy years
in Berlin Mitte/Sophienstrasse we are moving to the
BERLIN GALLERY DISTRICT.

New address:
Besselstr. 14
D-10969 Berlin

INTERIM OFFICE/
OPEN FOR THE PUBLIC:
Markgrafenstr. 68
(Showroom Barbara Thumm)

Fon: +49 (0) 30 283 91 387
thur@alexanderochs-galleries.de

www.alexanderochs-galleries.com

No. 255, Caochangdi, Airport Service Road
Chaoyang District
100015 Beijing
China
Tel: +86 (0)10 84562054

www.alexanderochs-galleries.com

Image:
Ai Weiwei, Teehaus, 2009
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