Art is alive: New gallery opens in Berlin amid Covid-19 crisis
As lockdown restrictions due to Covid-19 are slowly alleviated throughout Germany, a brand new gallery space has opened up in Berlin’s district Charlottenburg on Mommsenstraße 71. The contemporary art gallery opens with a solo-show presenting works by the artist Gogi Gelantia.
In Charlottenburg, a district renowned for its prestigious art galleries, re|space makes its entry into the gallery scene. The gallery is owned by the art enthusiasts and collectors Regina Vandisheva and Anton Tolmachev. The gallery team have compiled a diverse and yet coherent exhibition program through which the gallery aims to establish itself as a cultural hub for local audiences as well as a platform for artists to accelerate their career. The bright and openly constructed gallery with a large glass front boasts a space of 220m².
The inaugural exhibition hosted at re|space gallery is a solo-exhibition named World Unknown showcasing a selection of works by the artist Gogi Gelantia. The works stem from the artist’s most recent exploration of abstract landscapes on large scale canvas as well as from his previously produced abstract paintings. The exhibition World Unknown offers the visitor a new perspective in these trying times. Drawing away from the material world, the exhibition aims to provide the viewer with room and stimulus for contemplation.
The gallery opens on the 11th of May 2020 in the Mommsenstraße 71, Berlin. The inaugural exhibition World Unknown with works by the artist Gogi Gelantia will run until the end of June. The upcoming exhibition program will be released shortly.