Haze Gallery is now pleased to present you The Concept of Authenticity: A Group Exhibition of Figurative Art, an exhibition of the new epoch of emerging international contemporary figurative art at its Schoneberger address from 05 – 25 June 2021.
I am a full-time conceptual artist living and working in London. My work is developed from the materiality of colour. Employing a diverse range of media, I seek to visualise colour as matter and energy through a systematic exploration of colour systems. My aim is not to represent my own emotions, but to set up combinations that are objectively and conceptually grounded, yet draw viewers into a meditative state through which they generate their responses.
Dear HAZEGALLERY, I feel honored for the invitation! Since my childhood, I had a passion for art and tried out different mediums. Painting is the most beautiful medium in which I can express my art and surrealism helps me to translate my messages. I’m highly interested in self-development and therefore my works are also focused on this topic.
Hoi hallo, Jalinka here! Thank you so much for having me. I feel honored to be included in such a wonderful Gallery & with such incredible people. I respect all the pro-active work/ projects that Irina & her team do to encourage and teach artists and art lovers, really amazing! My art path was already there from when I was born. I was constantly drawing and writing, performing and singing, and making bizarre and unique booklets with friends.
I created MINIMAN because I needed a short, strong name that is easy to remember for my Master thesis where I created an alter-ego identity construction of a rapper – since my Master thesis was about identity construction. I created the name MINIMAN in one hour. It came very quickly in a creative intuition and inspiration session. After the feedback was so positive and the music project was so successful I kept the name and used it for all my art as an alter-ego.
It's my pleasure! The serious interest in photography came up during a trip to Paris in 2010. I photographed urban life with a small, simple digital camera. The images printed out afterwards ignited a fire in me and my path began. I decided to study photography. Starting with commissioned photography for companies and architects, etc., I have implemented more and more of my own projects and developed my personal style. But I think finding yourself in art is a never-ending process. As long as you change yourself, your artistic creation will also change and redefine from time to time.
My Name is Sebastian and I am a photographer and filmmaker who is interested in human life and collecting candid moments. I live and work in Cologne, Germany. After spending my twenties in Berlin it’s great to be close to my hometown, again. Secondly, I do love the heterogeneity of North-Rhine Westphalia.