During his stay as Artist-in-Residence at SomoS, Chicago-based Chinese photographer Teiko Ang Zheng developed his visual and written storytelling, candidly capturing inhabitants of Berlin and the city itself within a queer and digitalized narrative.
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 […]
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.
Klaus Hu’s solo exhibition Unsettled Landscapes at SomoS in May 2015 presented the culmination of the past few years of the artist’s research into land use and reclamation in the American Southwest. The multimedia presentations featured large-scale works on canvas, using different techniques to recount the artist’s ambivalent perception of this uniquely grand and yet […]
Berlin artist Klaus Hu works across different media with research based environmental topics. His work uses archival research as well as traditional studio-based techniques.