May 24 – June 2, 2013
NILS MÜLLER (DE), Vandals
After eight years in the making and journeys taking him across the globe, Nils Müller just published his second photo book Vandals. Following his 2008 publication Blütezeit, Vandals, takes the illegal and dangerous activity of graffiti on trains on 192 pages to a more personal level, one that is more detailed and yet, more abstract, too. The photos bear witness to the elaborate level of planning required to carry out the acts. They reveal team spirit as well as heightened emotions and tension, as trainwriters attempt to evade motion detectors and security cameras while scaling barbed wire fences.
To coincidence with his publication, the eponymous exhibition showcases a selection of photographs of the book.
June 7 – July 14, 2013
Initiation to Fantastic Realism
French street artist Honet taps into both creativity and curiosity to produce his works. For his upcoming solo exhibition, he treads a thin line between reality and fiction. He embarks on an imaginary journey across planets, black holes and nebulae, probing into biology, histology, anatomy and mythology. There is a collaboration with French artists Ketty Sean and L’Outsider midway, before the tour concludes with Initiation to Fantastic Realism, a showcase of canvases, screen prints, sculptures, photos and post cards.