Gerhard Dölz and the Saalfeld Group . Early GDR ceramics

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The “Saalfelder Gruppe” was made up of three artists who had made clay and glaze their preferred medium, finding in those materials a seemingly inexhaustible supply of inspiration.

The “Saalfelder Gruppe” was made up of three artists who had made clay and glaze their preferred medium, finding in those materials a seemingly inexhaustible supply of inspiration.

The artists’ group, which included Gerda Körting and Karl Jüttner along Gerhard Dölz, was amongst the main exponents of ceramic art, both in the GDR and in an international context, as demonstrated in the Ceramic Symposium taking place in Römhild starting in 1975. Around the 1960s, together with other artists, they contributed to ceramics’ shift from traditional functional wares to a medium for sculptural, artistic ideas.

Gerhard Dölz and the Saalfeld Group . Early GDR ceramics

KVOST SchauFenster . Masha Svyatogor

EXTENDED until 29.05.2021

Curated by Maya Hristova & Jewgeni Roppel

As a kick-off to EEP Berlin and KVOST’s upcoming exhibition dedicated to Belarussian contemporary photography, the two organisations present a showcase of artist Masha Svyatogor (BEL, *1989).

KVOST SchauFenster . Masha Svyatogor

JÜRGEN WITTDORF

EXTENDED until 12.12.2020

JÜRGEN WITTDORF : Lieblinge
Works from 1952 - 2003

Works from Sammlung Linkersdorff and the collection of the Gay Museum Berlin, curated by Stephan Koal.

JÜRGEN WITTDORF

ALEXANDER GRONSKY

EXTENDED until 27.06.2020

Repetition
Curated by Nadine Barth

Periphery as landscape– Alexander Gronsky shows large-scale tableaux serialized works from Moscow.

ALEXANDER GRONSKY