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Our new "growing" exhibition is on display.

We are proud to announce that the new “growing” exhibition is hanging and we are so happy with it. Some people don´t get it and that's a good thing. It means we made them think. “So what is a “growing” exhibition?” was a common question on the vernissage. This is our experiment to have more fluidity in the space....

New Installation: Who is Afraid of Red, White and Gold

Six weeks after the inauguration of the space, we feel like showing the world some new art that we have been working on. "Who is afraid of Red, White and Gold" It is gong to hold silkscreen prints, collages and drawings. All with our favourite materials, paper and 18cT gold. We love working with gold leaf. The material is...

The story behind the Coulrophobia series.

Coulrophobia is the unreasonable fear of clowns. And I, Mick, have an extreme fear of clowns. To overcome that fear, I painted my face like a clown and photographed it. And it helped because now I can pass a clown on the street, without crossing over. It really did help. That is how this series was born. My advise is...

The story behind the Artwork: Karl

In our galley and online shop we have a diptych of silkscreen prints called Never Again. It is the image of Karl Gorat, an Auschwitz surviver who was jailed for being gay. Prisoners where mainly jews, gypsies and gays. Berlin in the 30s was a gay cultural hub with over 50 gay venues. Between 1933 and 1945, 100.000 men...

The fabulous clients we see

Next to the gallery there is a sportbar. Not my cup of tea to say the least. At one point yesterday a huge German man came in. A customer from the sportbar who was having a smoke outside. Slightly drunk, looking a bit wild. “CAN I SEE?” he yelled. “Of course!” I yelled back. He stumbled trough the art work on...

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