SPRING OF THE YOUNG YEARS BY MALSO13
OPENING: 24 SEPTEMBER, 6 PM
Julian Arayapong, Lina Augustin, Fabian Beger, Alessandro Bostelmann, Katharina Burger, Veronica Burnuthian, Florian Donnerstag, Astrid Fernandez, Benedikt Gahl, Judith Grassl, Maximilian Helk, Hyundeok Hwang, Yonso Jeong, Heeyoung Jo, Josef Köstlbacher, Andreas Lech, Youngjun Lee, Sri Maryanto, Susi Müller, Patrick Nishnik, Pnik, Katja Rausch, Regina Rupp, Jan Rybníček, Leyla Schiemenz, Lola Sprenger, Marco Stanke, Gülbin Ünlü, Fanny Zew, Pio Ziltz, Uli Zwerenz
In the exhibition “Spring of the Young Years”, 31 artists from the artists’ collective “MalSO13”, founded in Munich in 2020, experiment with the colours cadmium red and ultramarine blue. The creative process is devoted exclusively to these two colours. Through the constraint of colour uniformity, the individual artistic approaches and strategies come to the fore.
With this task, the artists want to move away from habit towards new challenges. In the painting process, they are always looking for the undiscovered and the unexpected. The artists work on projects together and realise them in different compositions in the group. “MalSO13” shows landscapes, still lifes, abstract, figurative and religious paintings as well as genre, history and marine paintings, whose reduction of colour creates a visual structure of tension and opens up new ways of understanding art.
The exhibition is part of “Open Art”, the long weekend of exhibitions of contemporary art in Munich galleries. On Saturday, 25 September, the band “Kadmium Ultra”, founded for the exhibition, will perform.
24 September, 6 pm
Opening. It takes part at the “Open Art”, the long exhibition weekend on contemporary art in Munich galleries.
Friday, 24 September, 6 – 9 pm ; Saturday, 25 September, 11 am – 6 pm / 9 – 11 pm
Live concert by the band Kadmium Ultra on the Open Art Weekend.
Please note that you will need to show proof of vaccination, recovery or a negative test result to gain entry. The exhibition hall is subject to a person limit.
Due to the current Corona measures, changes are possible at short notice.