Dear friends & Art Lovers,
I would like to invite you to our joint exhibition "Exchanging Views" in the Kunst-Werkstatt in Munich.
- Exchanging Views - Manuela Xavier & Newsha Djavadipour-Sigari
- Vernissage: Thursday June 28th, 2018 19:00 - 22:00h
- Steinstr. 59, Munich (get directions)
Manuela Xavier and Newsha Djavadipour-Sigari (www.newshadjavadipour.de) see themselves as painters expressing their themes through abstract expressionism. For both depth and the element light is of great importance. Manuela Xavier is a native Portugese from Lisbon. Her paintings are minimalist, mostly monochrome with a lot of texture, which gives the pictures a lot of depth - unlike Newsha, a native Iranian from Tehran, who represents the depth in her art works through multiple layers of color and strong color contrasts. The exhibition "Exchanging Views" shows the works of the two artists in a dialogue.
We are very happy to welcome Dr. Daniel Kaboth as the laudatory. The evening will be accompanied by songs by Iranian guitarist and vocalist Arash Sasan.
We are looking forward to your visit.
FLUX Exhibition is the new and exciting event of international contemporary art and performance. FLUX launched in February 2015 and quickly became established as the event to be at. Over 70 artists exhibited throughout two rooms at the 5 day event in East London. FLUX incorporated live painting , installation and performance to ensure the event was a truly inspirational occasion. The private evening has been described as ‘the best opening night in a decade’ The atmosphere was electric and FLUX buzzed with the enthusiasm of artists and art lovers. www.fluxexhibition.com
Exhibition of monochromatic works at the Bikini in Berlin. Manuela Xavier and Katharina Lehmann www.katharinalehmann-art.com are showing monochromatic works. The Opening is on Saturday, 4th of June until 8th of July 2016.
I'm proud to be part of a fundraising event of the Portuguese NGO "Filhos Do Coração". The NGO is an initiative to eradicate child slavery in Ghana. It all started in 2007 with a documentary about the heartbreaking living conditions of children in Ghana. The renown journalist Alexandra Borge founded this brave initiative and was able to build a infrastructure that gives home and hope for up to now 93 children that were freed from slavery.
In an multidisciplinary fine arts group show the work of Manuela Xavier can now be seen in the Artmuseum Humboldt in Hettstedt, Saxony-Anhalt, Germany. The museum sees itself as a cross-genre laboratory for new ways of thinking in the world of the fine arts. The nationally significant art venue is devoted toprogrammatic semiannual exhibitions pinpointing the burning issues of our time. The artist Werkbund 1791 sees itself as a space of thought in the tradition of Wilhelm von Humboldt and the Saxony-Anhalt movement of Bauhaus.
Visit site: www.humboldtschloss.com