In her solo exhibition titled “Spiegel/반사!,” Korean visual artist Black Jaguar uses performance, fashion, video and drawing to deflect misogyny.
SomoS Artist-in-Residence October-December 2019 Black Jaguar is a South-Korean feminist activist and multidisciplinary artist, whose work is strongly rooted in the political aim of identifying and subverting patriarchy. Her art encompasses performance, photography, fashion and drawing, which she brings together with a bold, expressive and disruptive style.
London-based Irish interdisciplinary artist Alannah Louët’ explores the relation of the occult to female history, Catholicism’s violent record, and female autonomy and labor.
In her solo exhibition Garb-Age, multimedia artist Shraddha Borawake (IN) scavenges the material and mental trash, baggage and discarded elements of science, spirituality and art.
Shraddha Borawake is a visual artist from Pune, India. In her multifaceted work, she traces the complexities of the relations and entanglements between objects, people and histories.
September 10th 2019, SomoS host a new edition of our regular Peer to Peer Feedback Sessions, this time moderated by SomoS Artist-in-Residence Shraddha Borawake.
The rose and the thorn, and sorrow and gladness are linked together.Saadi Shirazi With their group exhibition “Facets of Iran,” artists Jon John Arias, Mike Marlowe & Paul King ask “Can we meet others as people and not projections of our romantic notions or our worst nightmares?” “Facets of Iran” reflects the experiences of […]
Berlin-based Canadian artist Nika Fontaine’s prolific artistic production encompasses painting, video, photography, performance and music. It focuses on art itself, the cosmic, death, love, otherness and spirituality. Fontaine is quoted as “playing with the physical musicality of matter and psychological properties of abstract entities;” aiming “to create artistic psychotropics that lead to transcendence and happiness.” The […]
Nika Fontaine’s glitter paintings on view at the Götter Glamor exhibition at SomoS Berlin titillatingly contrast lyrical spirituality with glamor and kitsch. The works by the young Berlin-based Canadian artist are presented in a coherent installation consisting of glitter canvasses and objects which emphasize Fine Art Painting’s roots in cult, myth and religion. It synthesizes […]
Friday February 28th, 2014, 7pm, SomoS presents a participatory performance by Voin de Voin at the occasion of the artist’s departure from Berlin. Bulgarian artist Voin de Voin’s extensive academical studies encompass visual art, dance, film and performance arts. Already a prolific performance artist, Voin appreciates performance art for its ability to freely flux and […]