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Published: Wed, 23 Mar 2011 06:26:14 -0700

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sweet home exhibition flyersweet home exhibition flyer

Wed, 23 Mar 2011 06:26:14 -0700

Tulip Art Projects posted a photo: Tulip Enterprises - Object of Desire March 24 2011, 6 - 10 pm Duration: March 24 - April 14 2011 Th + Fr 3 - 6 pm In this exhibition the artists thematize objectification; art collecting; gender issues; the decorative in art (traditionally the realm of woman, sissies or hobbyists) and the domestic, along the way not only confusing genders, but antagonistic political systems as well. The collages and porcelain “Ceramixed Plates” touch upon the objectification of males in media and pornography and the tension between orthodox and modern concepts of manhood. They invert the language of self-presentation: males striking the all to familiar poses of female availability. In a second dialectic layer, the vintage imagery of US male erotica merges with the ornamentation and female fashion of the former "German Democratic Republic." The artists seem to suggest that instead of highbrow intellectual signifiers instigating rarefied discourse, an art object often acts or ends up as something much more pedestrian: Zeitgeist symbol or life style object. They can’t escape objectification any more than the figures they depict. sweet home private art space is a temporary art project in Gabriele-Maria Scheda's private living room. Along with an opening with Portugese bar and tasty food, there will be periodical Art Salons with readings, performances, video screenings, artist talks, etc. During exhibits sweet home private art space is open Th + Fr from 3-6 pm. Facebook Event Page: www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=190065371029595 sweet home private art space Gabriele-Maria Scheda Bergmannstrasse 54 10961 Berlin www.sweethome-privateartspace.com www.gabriele-maria-scheda.com Tulip Enterprises - Object of Desire March 24 2011, 6 - 10 pm Duration: March 24 - April 14 2011 Th + Fr 3 - 6 pm In this exhibition the artists thematize objectification; art collecting; gender issues; the decorative in art (traditionally the realm of woman, sissies or hobbyists) and the domestic, along the way not only confusing genders, but antagonistic political systems as well. The collages and porcelain “Ceramixed Plates” touch upon the objectification of males in media and pornography and the tension between orthodox and modern concepts of manhood. They invert the language of self-presentation: males striking the all to familiar poses of female availability. In a second dialectic layer, the vintage imagery of US male erotica merges with the ornamentation and female fashion of the former "German Democratic Republic." The artists seem to suggest that instead of highbrow intellectual signifiers instigating rarefied discourse, an art object often acts or ends up as something much more pedestrian: Zeitgeist symbol or life style object. They can’t escape objectification any more than the figures they depict. sweet home private art space is a temporary art project in Gabriele-Maria Scheda's private living room. Along with an opening with Portugese bar and tasty food, there will be periodical Art Salons with readings, performances, video screenings, artist talks, etc. During exhibits sweet home private art space is open Th + Fr from 3-6 pm. Facebook Event Page: www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=190065371029595 sweet home private art space Gabriele-Maria Scheda Bergmannstrasse 54 10961 Berlin www.sweethome-privateartspace.com www.gabriele-maria-scheda.com[...]


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Ceramixed Plate #384 by Tulip EnterprisesCeramixed Plate #384 by Tulip Enterprises

Thu, 18 Mar 2010 08:04:25 -0700

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Remixed vintage porcelain by Tulip Art Projects. The Berlin-based art collective has been working on these porcelain mash-ups since 2003.

In this project, old decorated plates are collected, over painted, and fired once more to create durable original art pieces.

Remixed vintage porcelain by Tulip Art Projects. The Berlin-based art collective has been working on these porcelain mash-ups since 2003.

In this project, old decorated plates are collected, over painted, and fired once more to create durable original art pieces.


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Ceramixed Plate #0385 by Tulip EnterprisesCeramixed Plate #0385 by Tulip Enterprises

Thu, 18 Mar 2010 08:03:21 -0700

Tulip Art Projects posted a photo:

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Remixed vintage porcelain by Tulip Art Projects. The Berlin-based art collective has been working on these porcelain mash-ups since 2003.

In this project, old decorated plates are collected, over painted, and fired once more to create durable original art pieces.

Remixed vintage porcelain by Tulip Art Projects. The Berlin-based art collective has been working on these porcelain mash-ups since 2003.

In this project, old decorated plates are collected, over painted, and fired once more to create durable original art pieces.


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Postcards from the Edge @ ZieherSmithPostcards from the Edge @ ZieherSmith

Sat, 09 Jan 2010 11:06:05 -0800

Tulip Art Projects posted a photo: Postcards from the Edge benefit exhibition for Visual AIDS. "It has been noted that if you should participate in only one benefit a year as an artist, this should be the one. Few people organizing benefits using art can match the sensibility, professionalism and generosity of the Postcards from the Edge crew." This year the benefit exhibition takes place from January 8-10, 2010 at ZieherSmith 516 West 20th Street (btw 10th & 11th Avenues), NYC. Postcards From the Edge is a Visual AIDS benefit show and sale of original, postcard-sized works on paper by both famous and emerging artists. All works are sold on a first-come, first-served basis. The works are signed on the back and exhibited so the artists' signatures cannot be seen. While buyers receive a list of all participating artists, they don't know who created which piece until purchased. All proceeds support the work of Visual AIDS. Visual AIDS utilizes art to fight AIDS by provoking dialogue, supporting HIV+ artists, and preserving the legacy -- because AIDS IS NOT OVER! Benefit Sale Saturday, January 9, 2010 from 11:00 AM - 6:00 PM Sunday, January 10, 2010 from 12:00 noon - 4:00 PM First-come, first-served, with a suggested admission of $5 each day. Over 1600 original postcard-size works of art. $75 EACH. Buy four and get a fifth as our Thank You. Proceeds benefit programs of Visual AIDS. Hosted by ZieherSmith gallery in their new location at 516 West 20th Street, NYC. http://www.thebody.com/visualaids/current/postcards2009.html Postcards from the Edge benefit exhibition for Visual AIDS. "It has been noted that if you should participate in only one benefit a year as an artist, this should be the one. Few people organizing benefits using art can match the sensibility, professionalism and generosity of the Postcards from the Edge crew." This year the benefit exhibition takes place from January 8-10, 2010 at ZieherSmith 516 West 20th Street (btw 10th & 11th Avenues), NYC. Postcards From the Edge is a Visual AIDS benefit show and sale of original, postcard-sized works on paper by both famous and emerging artists. All works are sold on a first-come, first-served basis. The works are signed on the back and exhibited so the artists' signatures cannot be seen. While buyers receive a list of all participating artists, they don't know who created which piece until purchased. All proceeds support the work of Visual AIDS. Visual AIDS utilizes art to fight AIDS by provoking dialogue, supporting HIV+ artists, and preserving the legacy -- because AIDS IS NOT OVER! Benefit Sale Saturday, January 9, 2010 from 11:00 AM - 6:00 PM Sunday, January 10, 2010 from 12:00 noon - 4:00 PM First-come, first-served, with a suggested admission of $5 each day. Over 1600 original postcard-size works of art. $75 EACH. Buy four and get a fifth as our Thank You. Proceeds benefit programs of Visual AIDS. Hosted by ZieherSmith gallery in their new location at 516 West 20th Street, NYC. http://www.thebody.com/visualaids/current/postcards2009.html[...]


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Ceramixed Plate #0331Ceramixed Plate #0331

Fri, 08 Jan 2010 15:47:33 -0800

Tulip Art Projects posted a photo:

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Remixed vintage porcelain by Tulip Art Projects. The Berlin-based art collective has been working on these porcelain mash-ups since 2003.

In this project, old decorated plates are collected, over painted, and fired once more to create durable original art pieces.

Remixed vintage porcelain by Tulip Art Projects. The Berlin-based art collective has been working on these porcelain mash-ups since 2003.

In this project, old decorated plates are collected, over painted, and fired once more to create durable original art pieces.


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Ceramixed Plate #0332Ceramixed Plate #0332

Fri, 08 Jan 2010 15:47:20 -0800

Tulip Art Projects posted a photo:

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Remixed vintage porcelain by Tulip Art Projects. The Berlin-based art collective has been working on these porcelain mash-ups since 2003.

In this project, old decorated plates are collected, over painted, and fired once more to create durable original art pieces.

Remixed vintage porcelain by Tulip Art Projects. The Berlin-based art collective has been working on these porcelain mash-ups since 2003.

In this project, old decorated plates are collected, over painted, and fired once more to create durable original art pieces.


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Ceramixed Plate by Tulip Art Projects: Was ist der Mensch?Ceramixed Plate by Tulip Art Projects: Was ist der Mensch?

Fri, 13 Feb 2009 16:36:16 -0800

Tulip Art Projects posted a photo:

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From the book Hergestellt im Kulturwerk, Ausgestellt im ART FORUM und den anderen Kunstmessen 2008; published by the BBK, and presented in a king size version at the 2008 Berlin art fairs. It presents artists who have benefited from the BBK in one way or another, like having used their printing facilities, or ateliers.

The recycled repainted refired vintage plate was presented at the 2008 Berliner Kunstsalon art fair.

From the book Hergestellt im Kulturwerk, Ausgestellt im ART FORUM und den anderen Kunstmessen 2008; published by the BBK, and presented in a king size version at the 2008 Berlin art fairs. It presents artists who have benefited from the BBK in one way or another, like having used their printing facilities, or ateliers.

The recycled repainted refired vintage plate was presented at the 2008 Berliner Kunstsalon art fair.


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Blue RoseBlue Rose

Fri, 13 Feb 2009 16:33:33 -0800

Tulip Art Projects posted a photo:

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Part of a set of six Ceramixed Plates: remixed vintage porcelain by Tulip Art Projects. The Berlin-based art collective has been working on these porcelain mash-ups since 2003.

In this project, old decorated plates are collected, over painted, and fired once more to create stunning original art pieces.

The themes on the hand-painted plates range from early portraits of night life figures (like the Maertini Broess) to recent political ones on pornography and religion.

Part of a set of six Ceramixed Plates: remixed vintage porcelain by Tulip Art Projects. The Berlin-based art collective has been working on these porcelain mash-ups since 2003.

In this project, old decorated plates are collected, over painted, and fired once more to create stunning original art pieces.

The themes on the hand-painted plates range from early portraits of night life figures (like the Maertini Broess) to recent political ones on pornography and religion.


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Blue RoseBlue Rose

Fri, 13 Feb 2009 16:33:33 -0800

Tulip Art Projects posted a photo:

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Part of a set of six Ceramixed Plates: remixed vintage porcelain by Tulip Art Projects. The Berlin-based art collective has been working on these porcelain mash-ups since 2003.

In this project, old decorated plates are collected, over painted, and fired once more to create stunning original art pieces.

The themes on the hand-painted plates range from early portraits of night life figures to recent political ones on pornography, libertinism and religion.

Part of a set of six Ceramixed Plates: remixed vintage porcelain by Tulip Art Projects. The Berlin-based art collective has been working on these porcelain mash-ups since 2003.

In this project, old decorated plates are collected, over painted, and fired once more to create stunning original art pieces.

The themes on the hand-painted plates range from early portraits of night life figures to recent political ones on pornography, libertinism and religion.


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Blue RoseBlue Rose

Fri, 13 Feb 2009 16:32:33 -0800

Tulip Art Projects posted a photo:

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Part of a set of six Ceramixed Plates: remixed vintage porcelain by Tulip Art Projects. The Berlin-based art collective has been working on these porcelain mash-ups since 2003.

In this project, old decorated plates are collected, over painted, and fired once more to create stunning original art pieces.

The themes on the hand-painted plates range from early portraits of night life figures (like the Maertini Broess) to recent political ones on pornography, libertinism and religion.

Part of a set of six Ceramixed Plates: remixed vintage porcelain by Tulip Art Projects. The Berlin-based art collective has been working on these porcelain mash-ups since 2003.

In this project, old decorated plates are collected, over painted, and fired once more to create stunning original art pieces.

The themes on the hand-painted plates range from early portraits of night life figures (like the Maertini Broess) to recent political ones on pornography, libertinism and religion.


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Blue RoseBlue Rose

Fri, 13 Feb 2009 16:31:33 -0800

Tulip Art Projects posted a photo:

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Part of a set of six Ceramixed Plates; remixed vintage porcelain by Tulip Art Projects. The Berlin-based art collective has been working on these porcelain mash-ups since 2003.

In this project, old decorated plates are collected, over painted, and fired once more to create stunning original art pieces.

The themes on the hand-painted plates range from early portraits of night life figures (like the Maertini Broess) to recent ones on politics, pornography and religion.

Part of a set of six Ceramixed Plates; remixed vintage porcelain by Tulip Art Projects. The Berlin-based art collective has been working on these porcelain mash-ups since 2003.

In this project, old decorated plates are collected, over painted, and fired once more to create stunning original art pieces.

The themes on the hand-painted plates range from early portraits of night life figures (like the Maertini Broess) to recent ones on politics, pornography and religion.


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Blue RoseBlue Rose

Fri, 13 Feb 2009 16:31:33 -0800

Tulip Art Projects posted a photo:

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Part of a set of six Ceramixed Plates: remixed vintage porcelain by Tulip Art Projects. The Berlin-based art collective has been working on these porcelain mash-ups since 2003.

In this project, old decorated plates are collected, over painted, and fired once more to create stunning original art pieces.

The themes on the hand-painted plates range from early portraits of night life figures (like the Maertini Broess) to recent ones on politics, pornography and religion.

Part of a set of six Ceramixed Plates: remixed vintage porcelain by Tulip Art Projects. The Berlin-based art collective has been working on these porcelain mash-ups since 2003.

In this project, old decorated plates are collected, over painted, and fired once more to create stunning original art pieces.

The themes on the hand-painted plates range from early portraits of night life figures (like the Maertini Broess) to recent ones on politics, pornography and religion.


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Blue RoseBlue Rose

Fri, 13 Feb 2009 16:30:33 -0800

Tulip Art Projects posted a photo:

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Part of a set of six Ceramixed Plates; remixed vintage porcelain by Tulip Art Projects. The Berlin-based art collective has been working on these porcelain mash-ups since 2003.

In this project, old decorated plates are collected, over painted, and fired once more to create stunning original art pieces.

The themes on the hand-painted plates range from early portraits of night life figures (like the Maertini Broess) to recent ones on politics, pornography and religion.

Part of a set of six Ceramixed Plates; remixed vintage porcelain by Tulip Art Projects. The Berlin-based art collective has been working on these porcelain mash-ups since 2003.

In this project, old decorated plates are collected, over painted, and fired once more to create stunning original art pieces.

The themes on the hand-painted plates range from early portraits of night life figures (like the Maertini Broess) to recent ones on politics, pornography and religion.


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Lynchmob Exhibition at HBC BerlinLynchmob Exhibition at HBC Berlin

Fri, 13 Feb 2009 14:55:10 -0800

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Lynchian art at the Lynchmob exhibition at HBC art space in Berlin Mitte.

Lynchian art at the Lynchmob exhibition at HBC art space in Berlin Mitte.


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Lynchmob Exhibition at HBC BerlinLynchmob Exhibition at HBC Berlin

Fri, 13 Feb 2009 14:53:46 -0800

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Lynchmob exhibition curator Emilie Trice wearing blue velvet at the opening reception, HBC art space, Berlin Mitte.

Lynchmob exhibition curator Emilie Trice wearing blue velvet at the opening reception, HBC art space, Berlin Mitte.


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Lynchmob Exhibition at HBC BerlinLynchmob Exhibition at HBC Berlin

Fri, 13 Feb 2009 14:52:50 -0800

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Painting on mirror. Impression from the Lynchmob exhibition at the HBC art space in Berlin Mitte.

Painting on mirror. Impression from the Lynchmob exhibition at the HBC art space in Berlin Mitte.


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Lynchmob Exhibition at HBC BerlinLynchmob Exhibition at HBC Berlin

Wed, 11 Feb 2009 21:31:38 -0800

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Installation view, Lynchmob exhibition at the HBC art space in Berlin Mitte.

Installation view, Lynchmob exhibition at the HBC art space in Berlin Mitte.


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Lynchmob Exhibition at .HBC BerlinLynchmob Exhibition at .HBC Berlin

Wed, 11 Feb 2009 20:09:30 -0800

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Audience at the Lynchmob exhibition, HBC art space Berlin Mitte.

Curators Trice and David's flair for mis en scène and preference for dark glamour and morbid exhibition themes are truly lynchian. For the Lynchmob show, they fully took advantage of the run down 70's Communist hotel lobby flair of the .HBC with its wooden panelling, wall-to-wall carpeting and couches.

Audience at the Lynchmob exhibition, HBC art space Berlin Mitte.

Curators Trice and David's flair for mis en scène and preference for dark glamour and morbid exhibition themes are truly lynchian. For the Lynchmob show, they fully took advantage of the run down 70's Communist hotel lobby flair of the .HBC with its wooden panelling, wall-to-wall carpeting and couches.


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Christoph Steffner at Lynchmob ExhibitionChristoph Steffner at Lynchmob Exhibition

Wed, 11 Feb 2009 20:07:33 -0800

Tulip Art Projects posted a video:

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The revolting but fascinating self-penetrating "Fuck Machine" by Christoph Steffner at the Lynchmob exhibition at .HBC art space, Berlin Alexanderplatz.

Since 1987, the Austrian artist transforms film into sculpture and installations with his "Film Machines". Steffner, who's had numerous museum shows over the years, describes the concept of his film machines very to the point: "The dramaturgy of the film develops out of the choreography of the material".
The camera creating the video projection is dangling inside the machine, as are a few cow bells, sounding Industrial and trance inducing at once.

The revolting but fascinating self-penetrating "Fuck Machine" by Christoph Steffner at the Lynchmob exhibition at .HBC art space, Berlin Alexanderplatz.

Since 1987, the Austrian artist transforms film into sculpture and installations with his "Film Machines". Steffner, who's had numerous museum shows over the years, describes the concept of his film machines very to the point: "The dramaturgy of the film develops out of the choreography of the material".
The camera creating the video projection is dangling inside the machine, as are a few cow bells, sounding Industrial and trance inducing at once.


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Hannes Bend at Lynchmob Exhibition, HBC Art Space BerlinHannes Bend at Lynchmob Exhibition, HBC Art Space Berlin

Wed, 11 Feb 2009 13:19:41 -0800

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Hunting lodge sculpture made out of hard candy by Hannes Bend at the Lynchmob exhibition by Kollektiv-Berlin at the HBc art space in Berlin Mitte.

Hunting lodge sculpture made out of hard candy by Hannes Bend at the Lynchmob exhibition by Kollektiv-Berlin at the HBc art space in Berlin Mitte.


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