The Los Angeles group exhibition is on at Berlin’s 68projects, opening March 12 and running to April 16.
The last part of the ‘Berlin-L.A. trilogy’, the show identifies these two cities as major art centres with a strong transatlantic exchange and “an almost unimaginable artistic potential”. It draws on Oliver Zybok’s German-language Kunstforum article, ‘California Dreaming‘, that asserts the creative freedom, open-mindedness and cosmpolitanism of the two cities as one that links them together.
The Los Angeles group exhibition features six artists who have taken part in either the Villa Aurora or MAK Schindler residency programmes, staying in the Californian city for at least three months. They include Marcel Buehler, Hans Diernberger, Veronika Kellndorfer, Anna McCarthy, Hans-Christian Schink and David Zink-Yi and follow Chris Engman’s Landscapes and Michael John Kelly’s Language.
See the 68projects website for details.**