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  • Katarzyna Kozyra | Looking For Jesus. Library

    Solo exhibition

    01 December 2022 – 05 February 2023
    Zachęta – National Gallery of Art, Warsaw, Poland
  • KwieKulik at Kunstraum Kreuzberg

    Guilty, guilty, guilty! Towards a Feminist Criminology
    Group exhibition

    12 November 2022  19 February 2023
    Kunstraum Kreuzberg | Bethanien, Berlin
  • Zofia Kulik at Art Museum Łódź

    Tectonic Movements. On the artistic symptoms of the Transition
    Group exhibition

    18 November 2022 – 19 March 2023
    Art Museum Łódź, Poland
A Line Has Time in It

A Line Has Time in It

26 November 2022 – 25 February 2023
Persons Projects, Lindenstr. 35, 10969 Berlin

David Hockney, once said, "drawing takes time, a line has time in it.” Inspired by this, Persons Projects is proud to present a group exhibition exploring the various approaches that shift the parameters of understanding what a line can be in the context of a drawing. These selected artists use a multitude of different materials as well as the passage of time to express their conceptual propositions in visualizing these linear representations.
Jari Silomäki | The Affectionate Kalpana – My Story of Class Mobility

Jari Silomäki | The Affectionate Kalpana – My Story of Class Mobility

26 November 2022 – 25 February 2023
Persons Projects, Lindenstr. 34, 10969 Berlin

Persons Projects is proud to present Jari Silomäki’s new series The Affectionate Kalpana – My Story of Class Mobility which depicts the many different shades and outcomes of social class mobility. The selection of works presented in the exhibition consists of portraits, group pictures, and landscape photographs that the artist combines with text, written by the subjects in their native language, telling their life stories from their own perspective. Between objective documentation and subjective artistic perspective, this group of works introduces the viewer to the complexity of a global phenomenon that is still quite unknown to the western society. To further inform about this sociocultural matter, the series will be included in Silomäki’s latest monography Jari Silomäki: Atlas of Emotions.

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