The Golden Age presents:
Perdix | Pfreundt & Schorm
10.2 – 16.2
Vernissage & Artist Talk 10.2, 19h
Join us for an exhibition of recent paintings by Christian Perdix, followed at 20h by a talk by Heiko Pfreundt & Lisa Schorm – directors of the project space Kreuzberg Pavillon – on combating the challenges faced by Berlin project spaces in creating viable alternative structures to that of the commercial gallery world.
Karl-Marx-Straße 28, Hermannplatz
The exhibition will also be on view before KM28 concerts on the 11th-16th of February, 19:30-20:30
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Christian Perdix lives and works in Berlin, Germany. He studied painting at the University of Applied Arts Vienna (MFA 2013), the Academy of Visual Arts Leipzig and the University of Art and Design Linz. In 2013 he was awarded the Franc-Vila-Prize and held a studio scholarship at das weisse haus in Vienna, Austria. Christian Perdix was Artist in Residence at the Center for Contemporary Arts in Andratx, Spain (2014) and the Teton Artlab in Jackson, Wyoming, US (2018). Most recent exhibitions include ZAK - Zentrum für Aktuelle Kunst und Galerie Kornfeld, Berlin (D), Kunstraum Potsdam (D), FAIT Gallery, Brno (CZ) and Kunstverein Tiergarten, Berlin (D).
In their work at Kreuzberg Pavillon, Heiko Pfreundt and Lisa Schorm focus on the development of extended exhibition concepts, which can only be created and implemented in project spaces so far. The special intellectual and sensory freedom experienced by artists and, in turn, the visitors in project spaces is tested in a variety of exhibitions and open concepts that form a necessary de-institutionalised space of experience.
Design: Anna Bernhardt