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“7 Year Itch” Opening night!

Starting 2010 with a celebration of 7 years of Strychnin Gallery, “7 Year Itch” brought together over 60 of our favourite artists. Despite the persistant snow in Berlin, lots of visitors made it to the opening. Everyone was happy to get into the warmth of the gallery, and enjoy the great artwork (and a slice of birthday cake!)

A visitor takes a closer look at Lisa Mei Ling Fong’s piece “Trophy”

With a show of this size, we had to extend the exhibition in to the hallway!

Along with a large number of Strychnin’s regular artists, it was great to show new works from Scott Radke, Suzzan Blac, Chris Peters, Tim Conlon and Mike Bartek. It was also the first time for visitors to see pieces by Daniel Elson, Damon Soule and William McDermid in a Strychnin show.

The back room housed some of Strychnin’s permanent collection, including many of the remaining pieces from the “Magistrates” and “X-Mas Luau” shows.

Standing with his piece “White Trash Fantasy 1”, director and artist Ali Eckert takes a break from the hubbub of Berlinale

Christian Rothenhagen next to one of his works in the show – “Dirty Old Town 1”

The enigmatic Boris & Natascha celebrate Strychnin’s 7th birthday in front of their pieces “The Runner” and “The Bloke” from the “Death on Tour” series.

Wrapped up against the cold, Seymour stands with the drawing he made for the show – “The Seven Year Glitch”

Mark Verhaagen created a special print to celebrate 7 years of Strychnin Gallery, a tree with 7 heart-shaped rings.

Squp has two pieces in the show – “Water Satyr” and “Caridea” – and travelled from Italy to be at the opening

Also travelling from Italy for the show, Zaelia Bishop with his piece “If I Could Only Remember: Chapter I”

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This entry was posted on February 14, 2010 by in New show.
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