US painter and policy maker Mikhail Haramati’s solo exhibition at SomoS Berlin depicts the alchemy of water recycling.
Jameson Grant’s solo exhibition at SomoS Berlin “Cobble Paintings” represents a casualist, personal reordering of historical painting tropes through the repeated depiction of set forms; in this case, the stones that shape and paved Berlin city streets.
Mikhail Haramati (b.1982) is an American painter based in Sacramento, CA, USA. She is interested in the often dramatic environmental impact of the unseen physical processes that keep industrialized societies going. Drawing from her memory and her own photographs, Haramati uses a vocabulary that updates the genre of traditional landscape painting, with references to early […]
Jillian Goodwin is an American creative arts therapist, installation artist and classical dancer based in New York who fuses art- and therapeutic practice.
The solo exhibition Friendmaking by Artist-in-Residence, multidisciplinary artist Angus McCullough (NY) presents anthropomorphic interactive assemblages that move, and produce sound, seeming to communicate with the audience.
Multidisciplinary American artist Angus McCullough uses art as an investigative tool to explore existential and civilizational questions in a personal way. His techniques range from video works, writing, assemblage, music, performance, architecture, to occult techniques such as lucid dreaming.
Linda Post is an US-American multimedia artist and educator who explores the sculptural limits of time-based media via video, installation, sculpture, audio, and photography. Her work is often site-specific, involving psychogeographic mental and aesthetic explorations; a choreography of the everyday; and the creation of links across time and space.