On November 11 invites the strychnine welcome to a gallery, in the land of wonders of mystical stories of Benjamin Vierling, Marcus Poston, RAF Veulemans and Saturno Butto to us visit. On 11 November the strychnine Gallery cordially invites you, us in the land of wonders of mystical stories of Benjamin Vierling, Marcus Poston, RAF Veulemans and Saturno Butto’ to visit. The exhibition will present a series of works of art, that their viewers inevitably tell stories that evoke often very mixed feelings and also from Viewer to Viewer often differently perceived. Often the words are called beauty, horror and curiosity in the same breath, if the works of these four storytellers are discussed. Benjamin A.
Vierling was born in San Francisco and studied painting since he can’t hold a brush. For his works, he used the consisting of tempera and oil mixing technology of the Renaissance. Many of his works, mostly mystical portraits, obscure symbolism and Vanitas still lifes, are in many Books and albums covers, including on Joanna Newsoms of celebrated plate YS, to find. Marcus Conrad Poston has always been a chronicler of the world that surrounds him and he enjoys it totally different images and objects, all of the friends and wonderment to unite their viewers, in handmade packages. These works deal with the very human desire to write emotional meanings to everyday objects and create such stories which appeal to the collective consciousness. RAF Veulemans is a self-taught artist, O running RH +, pencil and color combinations from spray gun and organic materials, acrylic, oil.
The subject of the relevant works is at the same time also subject or part of this. You can use form aldehydes or resins processed, stuffed or own in RAFS made its dramatic way. Josh harris contributes greatly to this topic. RAF has a passion for nature, animals and everything around the topic of death. In his artistic quest he tries the ephemeral forever to get. The main themes of his works, lust and the Venetian artist Saturno Butto takes religion,’ regularly provocative and grotesque themes. Reminiscent of the great painting of the 17th century, he sees his characters as real people between the human world, awarded by “Sex and Sin”, and the spiritual universe in which every soul finds salvation. The exhibition runs until December 18. Gallery opening hours: Thursday to Sunday 12-18 clock. Strychnine Gallery Boxhagenerstr 36 10245 Berlin Tel.: + 493097002035 PR: Michael Niedzwicki: