Our current exhibition #AKTIMISMUS
by Patrick Thomas runs until May. 16.
You're warmly invited to the Finissage for the last day and of course, undoubtedly following strict hygiene measures*.
*Please bring your masks to enter the gallery space.
*Please use a hand sanitiser before your enter.
16. May is the last chance to see all unique art prints #AKTIVISMUS and also new risograph series 'Willow' created by Patrick Thomas.
Visit, Say Hi and Engage!
If you feel unwell, stay home and use the virtual exhibition (www.gallery.einbuch.haus) for viewing and collecting artworks.
13187 BERLIN [PANKOW]
20. MÄRZ-16. MAI 2020
DI.-FR. 13-19 UHR
SA. 11-16 UHR
Conceived for the presentation of the artist's publication PROTEST STENCIL TOOLKIT, #AKTIVISMUS is an interactive graphic environment that maps —and connects the viewer with— contemporary/historical protest graphics and current affairs.
Content from social media and anonymous vernacular material is scrambled with news headlines and historical documentation resulting in visual narratives, more thematic than chronological, that immerse the public in a bombardment of information that demands a call for action. #AKTIVISMUS #ACTIVISM #ARTIVISM
Patrick Thomas (Patrick Thomas Studio)
Patrick Thomas is a graphic artist, author and educator.
He studied at Central Saint Martins and the Royal College of Art in London before relocating to Barcelona in 1991. He currently lives and works in Berlin, Germany.
He has exhibited his limited-edition silkscreens across five continents, where many are now held in private and public collections. He has lectured and held many workshops worldwide, extensively in the UK and Spain. In 2011 he published Protest Stencil Toolkit (Laurence King Publishing Ltd, UK). A revised edition was released in April 2019.
Since October 2013 he is a professor at Staatlichen Akademie der Bildenden Künste Stuttgart. He is a member of Alliance Graphique Internationale and in Spring 2019 he was invited for a seven week residency at Deutsche Akademie Rom Villa Massimo, the German Academy in Rome.
einBuch.haus plays a role in showcasing experimental books in the field of arts and design. Following the name, each event offers viewers to read and buy only one selected art book offline or online. Since the platform’s foundation on 12. Sep 2018, eleven books have been presented in einBuch.haus.
einBuch.haus considers books as art objects which can be
curated and presented in exhibition formats, providing immersive experience between people, objects and spaces.
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Sat. 11 am - 4 pm )
(Sun. Mon closed)
Florastraße 61, 13187 Berlin