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Strychnin Gallery “Midsummer Night’s Madness” – The Opening Night!

Now for the pictures of the opening night of “Midsummer Night’s Madness” on June 12th here at Strychnin Gallery in Berlin. It was a great night, with all the artists who attended getting great reactions to their work, and a great turn-out from the public. We always enjoy meeting those visitors who keep coming out to support us, as well as those who have only just discovered Strychnin Gallery or stumbled across the opening while enjoying their Friday night in Friedrichshain!

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Visitors enjoying the artwork

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Gerhard Charles Rump, art editor for German newspaper Die Welt in deep discussion.

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Director and artist Ali Eckert (Video Kings) discusses Elmer Presslee’s installation in the Vault

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Elmer Presslee talking to the public about his work and enjoying a well-deserved beer (provided by our sponsor Pilsner Urquell)

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The hallway with a selection of works from Strychnin Gallery’s permanent collection including pieces byMadeline Von Foerster, Bethany Marchman, Marcus Poston, David Hochbaum, Lisa Mei Ling Fong, Zaelia Bishop, Beth Robinson, Dayvid Lemmon, Davey Jones, Michael Page, Jan Czerwinski, Tim Roosen, Raf Veulemans, Seen, Chris Von Steiner, Francois Escalmel, Angie Mason, Bijou and Jason Jacenko.

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The visitors ebbed and flowed during the night, with some calling friends to join them at the opening!

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Wee Flowers in front of her piece “Pixie”

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Mimi S. with her pieces “Mushu” and “Yianli Wangyi”

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Elmer Presslee, wearing one of the Eye-Flower pins he made for the show, in front of “When I Grow Up I Wanna Fuck Damien Hirst”

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The usually camera-shy Seymour with his painting “Ernest and Ethel”

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Lori Field with her encaustic painting “Little Krishna”

It was a great night, and everyone who came to the gallery was impressed by the artwork, the way the show looked, and Elmer Presslee’s installation. Having so many of the artists on hand to talk to people about their work made it a night to remember.

We hope to see everyone again at the next show at Strychnin Gallery – “Nuclear Religion” by Davey Jones and “Recent Photographic Works” by Dayvid Lemmon curated in association with Perihelion Arts in Phoenix, Arizona, with “Sorrows & Blessings” by Lisa Mei Ling Fong in the Vault, on July 10th.

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4 comments on “Strychnin Gallery “Midsummer Night’s Madness” – The Opening Night!

  1. Daniel van Nes
    June 14, 2009

    Looks like a great show!

  2. Kristen Ferrell
    June 14, 2009

    Everything looks so amazing- as always. I was THRILLED to be a part of the show- as always. And you all are made of everything magical in the universe.
    BIG LOVE!!!!!
    XOXOOXOXXO

  3. Aunia Kahn
    June 15, 2009

    Looks like a really nice time. 🙂

  4. Katrin
    June 17, 2009

    What an amazing show! Congrats! And Kristen, your new piece is really HUGE!

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