Paula Klien uses monochromatic Chinese ink to create paintings and objects, that reflect her mindscape in a transient world. Her lyrical abstractions exude a sense of fluidity, sombreness and raw elegance, inviting the mind to ponder over it, as if it held secrets or a deeper reality. Her first visual arts exhibit called Invisibilities comprises 13 single art works and will be presented at aquabitArt Galerie in Berlin's Auguststraße.
The established Brazilian photographer quit fame, guaranteed bookings and glamorous parties in her hometown Rio de Janeiro in search for the unknown amidst the edgy urbanity and unadorned beauty of Berlin. During a month-long residency at Berlin's Kunstgut Academy of Fine Arts in 2015, the multimedia artist returned to her roots of drawing and painting and started exploring the age-old medium of Chinese ink.
At the Artist Talk on Friday, 24th February Paula Klien will allows us insight into her newest artistic venture, inspired by her transition from a busy fashion photographer to her calmer life as a painter.
We kindly request advance registration until 22th February.
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Kristina Thomas/Artisan pr&communications M +49 176 8198 3594, T +49 30 4403 8169, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.artisanpr.de
Irina Ilieva, aquabitArt Berlin, M +49(0)174 83 63 493, T +49(0)30 260 364 77, email@example.com, www.art.aquabit.com