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HVW8 presents: Brian Lotti – Park Life, first ever solo exhibition in Berlin

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Park Life — A solo exhibition by Brian Lotti

HVW8 Gallery Berlin is pleased to present ‘Park Life’, an exhibition of new monotypes and paintings from Brian Lotti. Based out of Los Angeles, home to a famous sky that attracted both the entertainment industry and a myriad of West Coast landscape painters because of the quality of light, this attribute finds itself and its many characteristics alive in Lotti’s work.

Opening: April 27, 2017, 7–10pm
Show runs: April 28 to June 17, 2017

Open through Gallery Weekend Berlin
Friday April 28, 4–9pm
Saturday April 29, 12-7pm
Sunday April 30, 12-7pm

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HVW8 presents: Jean Jullien – Flat Out, a solo exhibition by the renowned French artist in Berlin

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Flat Out — A solo exhibition by Jean Jullien

Graphic artist Jean Jullien applies his signature style to three-dimensional sculpture for the first time in the series of six steel artworks now displayed at HVW8 Berlin. The French graphic artist playfully explores the theme of laziness in soft brilliant-hued, life-sized figures that resolutely refuse to “do” much of anything. A keen observer of the everyday and current events, Jullien here focuses on moments of unadorned idleness that punctuate the hyperactivity of modern life.

Opening: April 27, 2017, 7–10pm
Show runs: April 28 to June 17, 2017

Open through Gallery Weekend Berlin
Friday April 28, 4–9pm
Saturday April 29, 12-7pm
Sunday April 30, 12-7pm

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All About Surf Films: Straend Festival in Berlin

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The second installment of the Straend Festival is going down in Berlin this weekend. They call it a day at the beach with friends.. Not only surf films will be shown, but also some art, music, DJs and a sweet miniramp provided by our local favorites Iriedaily are rounding up what you would claim to be a really nice event which is all about summer vibes. And the forecast for the weekend is looking pretty legit!

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Festival at HAU Berlin: From Inside to Way Out

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The brilliant cultural institution HAU – Hebbel am Ufer is hosting a three-day festival this weekend: From Inside to Way Out / Perspectives from Contemporary Pakistan is a three-day program with talks, films, music, photo exhibition, and more and presents a variety of artists who work in Karachi and Berlin and uncover surprising similarities between the two cities. The program is dealing with the degree to which cultural attributions are marked by clichés, here using the example of Pakistan.
Highlight will be a concert by a group of 12 musicians playing the “Karachi Files” – an album co-created by Berlin-based duo Gebrüder Teichmann and Forever South.

Read the full program here on the HAU website.

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HVW8 Berlin Presents: Jerry Hsu Photography Exhibition

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We have something special for Gallery Weekend at Berlin’s HVW8 Gallery for you: Jerry Hsu – skateboarder turned photographer is opening his first ever solo show over here. In addition, HVW8 is presenting a special showcase with artworks from past shows and invited Draw A Line Editions from Berlin to curate one of the rooms at the gallery with their freshest print editions. JB. Institute was involved with the organization of the show. See you there and let’s have a drink or two!

Opening April 29, 2016 – 6 to 9pm
Afterparty at 8mm Bar starting at 10pm

The show is a collaboration between HVW8 and Slow Culture LA.
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Radio Skateboards: Late But Short, Video Premiere

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Better late than never, and more likely extended than too short. Radio Skateboards – our divine friends from the same turf are having their skate video premiere of their full length Late But Short tonight at the infamous SO36 club – the atomic nucleus of Kreuzberg. Come and forget everything else as it’s simply inexistent.

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Draw A Line — 48 h Archive Sale

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Our friends from Draw A Line are having an archive sale of their limited edition prints. See all available artworks here.

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Nahawa Doumbia at HAU & Robert Henke’s “Lumière II” at Volksbühne Berlin

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We just got a heads up from our friend Zuri on the Nahawa Doumbia concert at HAU Berlin on Sunday night. It’s her first appearance in Berlin thanks to Mr Brian Shimkovitz aka Awesome Tapes From Africa. Brian once started his own label under the same name with a re-release of an album from the ‘80s by Nahawa Doumbia. Sounds more than interesting. It will be followed by an after-show-party with DJ Jimmy Trash at WAU – the café/bar on Hallesches Ufer.

Concert starts at 8pm sharp. Tickets here.

A few days later, Thursday Nov. 26th, Robert Henke (aka Monolake) will perform Lumière II at Volksbühne Berlin. It’s an audiovisual composition for lasers and sound and is a long term artistic research project.

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