In the solo exhibition Encoded, Stored, and Retrieved, Berlin-based French painter Christie MacDonald processes memory and cultural influences, merging her gorgeous reinterpretation of pattern painting with impulses from the digital realm.
SomoS is pleased to host the 79th edition of the Scope Sessions Artist’s Talks and Media Salon. The Scope Sessions are a meeting point for the creative and the curious, a platform for sharing and learning in an informal setting. Each session, two guest artists are invited to present a project, a concept, a process […]
Christie MacDonald is a French-born artist based in Berlin, whose practice involves painting and print. Her abstract works reference digital and computer culture, the internet and social media.
SomoS welcomes Anaïs Hazo for a six months Berlin artist residency. The young multidisciplinary artist lives and works between Paris and New-York. Her techniques are drawing, photography, installation and prints. She publishes Fine Art prints and books; and works as freelance art director, fashion stylist, editor and lifestyle- and food consultant.
Phantomatic- Nowhere to be Seen is a solo exhibition of 44 b&w photographs by SomoS Fall 2015 artist-in-residence Pauline Alioua, tracing the melancholic trajectory between loss and new beginnings.
French visual artist Louie Otesanek has a strong affinity with the history of European Symbolist and Decadent art. While the young painter’s watercolor series Garden of the Bad Hour could be inspired by the 1899 literature classic “The Torture Garden” by the French novelist and playwright Octave Mirbeau, or filmmaker Clive Barker’s excessive visions of […]