Part of "Berlin Extravaganza" in Brussels

13th -16th October at Espace Saint Bernard, 34-36 rue Saint-Bernard – 1060 Bruxelles


EXHIBITING:  ALIAS /// Jim Avignon /// Jaya Suberg /// Alex&John Gailla /// Addison Karl /// Andrea Wan /// Rylsee /// Elena Helfrecht /// Anton Unai /// Wu Zhi /// Doris Hansen /// Zabo Chabiland /// Darkam /// Sanne Vaghi /// Luisa Catucci /// Skawager – SKWG /// Moseke & Pelda /// Alessia Cocca /// Laura Gianetti 

OPENING NIGHT Tursday 13th October 6 pm – 10 pm with the performance “Knacker Ball” by Gilivanka Kedzior & Barbara LeBéguec-Friedman, around 8-9 pm CLOSING AFTERNOON Sunday 16th October 1 pm – 7 pm: with a performance by Dagmar I. Glausnitzer-Smith around 5 pm

‘Berlin, the greatest cultural extravaganza that one could imagine.’ 

That is the way David Bowie described Berlin in 1970. Today, almost 50 years after Bowie’s statement, Berlin is still the greatest cultural extravaganza that one could imagine. 

This exhibition will present in BRUSSELS a stunning selection of the Berliner actual art scene, with some of its best artists, galleries and art collectives. 

Curators: Luisa Pe Catucci (CELL63 artgallery, Berlin) and Antonio Nardone (Galerie Nardone, Bruxelles) with the collaboration and participation of: Collectors Club Berlin, Open Walls Gallery, Cell63, S0ma and Elisabetta Pajer. 

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Ophelia - Group Show in Berlin

Exhibition Dates: 4 September – 31 October, 2016

Opening Reception: Sunday 4 September 7.30pm
featuring live music from Elles&Ga & live performance by Marta Lodola.

 Featured Artists: Elena Helfrecht | Jaya Suberg | Mathilde Nardone | Ramona Zordini | Dorian Rex 

Cell63 art gallery ALLERSTR. 38 | 12049 BERLIN | U8 LEINESTR 

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Press Release: “For a character that only appears in five of the 20 scenes in Hamlet, Ophelia has garnered a great deal of attention from analysts, critics, artists, actresses, fiction writers, psychologists, and adolescent girls alike. Readers are consistently struck by her character that seems relatively insignificant in the grand scheme of things. Ophelia is many times viewed as only important in relation to Hamlet and the effect she has on him. Ophelia is not just important in this respect, but also in respect to what she tells us about the society she came out of and the society we live in today. First analyzing Shakespeare and his precursors then concentrating on the modern day prominence of Ophelia with an overview of feminist criticism and current applications of her story will show that Ophelia is indeed a character with many faces, both positive and negative. Ophelia is one of the most interpreted and represented characters of Shakespeare. She garners constant attention from critics and re-visionists as well as people who identify with her just as Shakespeare wrote her. Depending on who directs the play or the movie, the interpretation will be different. Depending on the artist, the rendering may have a positive connotation or a negative connotation. Ophelia may have been a relatively one-dimensional character, but she has certainly become much more than a girl suffering… The fact that so many people do have knowledge of Ophelia is a testament to her immortality. From a nameless maiden, to a pair of erect nipples on canvas, Ophelia has transversed time in a way few characters have.”


All dreams continue in the beyond - Group Show (Berlin)

4th June – 30th July 2016; Opening SATURDAY 4th June 20:30

Exhibiting: Darkam Eugenia Monti, Marco Rea, Sergio Pastore, Gianluca Gambino, Bella Harris, Elena Helfrecht, Pasquale de Sensi, Raquel Weiße, Pelin Santilli, Bilal Bahir, Bambi Kramer, Giacomo Merkic, Skawager – SKWG, Yagama, Vacon Sartirani, Augustin Rebetez, Aqua Aura and Gwen Guégan

Curator: Luisa Catucci

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"In the Oxford dictionary Dreams are defined as: a series of thoughts, images, and sensations occurring in a person’s mind during sleep.

Although dreams have been a topic of scientific speculation, as well as a subject of philosophical and psychological interest during all ages of history, their content and purpose are yet not definitively understood. In modern times, dreams have been seen as a connection to the unconscious mind and the emotional, but every single culture on Earth, during all ages of history, has develop it’s own relation with them, assigning them different roles and powers.
And still they make us wonder.
And still they are able to unsettle us.
And still they are able to surprise us.
And still they are able to move us.
Dreams can have varying natures: frightening, exciting, magical, melancholic, adventurous, erotical and often a mixture of all this. Seeing their they volatile and mystical nature, it seems quite natural that dreams are a huge source of inspiration for artists. So we invited 15 artists, coming from various disciplines, as video, photography, painting, installation, and music, to present artworks strictly related to their dreams, considering all of their type: good dreams, nightmares and even lucid dreaming. The aim is to explore the various images and emotions that a dream presents and evokes, while not attempting to come up with a single unique dream view: each person has his or her own dream language. A voyeuristic journey in somebody else’s imaginative subconscious."


Off Course Art Fair Brussels together with Cell63

I am happy to announce Cell63 Art Gallery will be showing my works at Off Course Art Fair in Brussels from 21st to 24th of April 2016! I will also attend personally, so feel free to say hello.

21 to 24 April Preview: (by invitation only) : Wednesday, 20 April / 3 pm - 11 pm
Vernissage: (by invitation only): Wednesday, 20 April / 6 pm - 11 pm

Thursday 21 April 11 am - 5 pm *
Friday 22 April 11 am - 7 pm *
Saturday 23 April 11 am - 7 pm *
Sunday 24 April 11 am - 7 pm * *

The ticketing office is open until 30 min. before closing time.

Dynastie: Mont des Arts 5 Kunstberg 1000 Brussels

9 € Adults
5 € -17 years, + 60, students
Free entrance - 6 years