David Nolan Gallery is pleased to present Berlin Now, on view from November 9 through December 16, 2017. Focusing on eleven international artists who live and work primarily in Berlin, the exhibition examines the unique creative dynamic of a city frequently associated with artistic freedom and bold visual expression. The show presents works by John Bock, Monica Bonvicini, Adrian Ghenie, Anton Henning, Caroline Kryzecki, Alicja Kwade, Via Lewandowsky, Jonathan Meese, Daniel Richter, Sandra Vásquez de la Horra, and Jorinde Voigt.
Prof. Katharina Hinsberg, Künstlerin, Thomas Müller, Künstler, Prof. Jorinde Voigt, Künstlerin Moderation: Dr. Andreas Schalhorn, Referent für moderne und zeitgenössische Kunst am Kupferstichkabinett der Staatlichen Museen zu Berlin
Jorinde Voigt fuses music and visual art in Song of the Earth, a monumental new series of drawings in eight chapters. The latest work in the series will be shown as part of Voigt’s exhibition at Lisson Gallery London, following presentations at Hamburger Bahnhof in Germany, Kunstraum Innsbruck in Austria and Manifesta 11 in Switzerland. In Voigt’s characteristic ethereal yet highly-structured style, the works, doubling as musical scores, reference the chance, improvisation and creative rhythmic structures apparent in both music and visual art.