Exhibitions

Tensional Integrities

Tensional Integrities


Opening: Saturday, 29 June 2024, 6 – 9 pm
Exhibition: 29 June – 31 August 2024
Venue: Persons Projects, Lindenstr. 35, 10969 Berlin

Persons Projects is pleased to announce its summer exhibition Tensional Integrities. This exhibition brings together a group of artists who infuse into their works through their use of line, sound, space, and color to form a condition of visual and physical harmonious tensity. This presentation represents five distinctly different material approaches in how they pursue their own narratives in exploring their innate sensibilities.

Dominik Lejman | Step Aside

Exhibition: 25 April – 22 June 2024
Venue: Persons Projects, Lindenstr. 35

Persons Projects presents Dominik Lejman’s solo exhibition Step Aside, assembling a selection of works that focus on the perception of artworks as being both screens and painterly surfaces. Lejman is known to challenge and extend the definitions of artistic disciplines. By mixing paintings with video projections, the artist has created his very own medium that does not only overcome the limitations of painting, but initiates a new dialogue in how to perceive it. As one of the most established multimedia concept artists, Lejman has been exhibiting in numerous international shows and received, amongst others, the prestigious prize of the Akademie der Künste in 2018 for redefining the medium of painting.

Dominik Lejman | Step Aside
Ea Vasko | Reflecting Spatiality

Ea Vasko | Reflecting Spatiality

Opening: 15 March 2024, 6 – 9 pm
Exhibition: 16 March – 20 April 2024
Venue: Persons Projects, Lindenstr. 34, 10969 Berlin

Ea Vasko can easily be called one of the most innovative artists from the Helsinki School. She has been working abstractly since the beginning of her artistic career, with her work taking an outstanding position within the Finnish art scene of the early 2000s. Even now, Vasko remains one of the few artists from this platform that continues to operate outside of figurative art. Staying true to her initial ideas, her work questions the basic principles of photography from the act of seeing to the objectivity of an image. Furthermore, she interrogates the different mechanisms of human perception, such as valuation or categorization. Vasko’s interests lie in an urban environments ability to fluidly move and change over the course of time. She utilizes reflections as a method of testing the limits of abstraction, sometimes driving her initially figurative subjects to a point beyond recognition. The exhibition will present a selected group of works, all which deconstruct various aspects of architecture and spaciality, and investigate further into our relationship towards urban space and space that is not perceived at all.