Adi Davidoff, Andreas Brunolupo, Beate Flierl, Britta Schwalm, Claudia Hartwig, Dagmar Gester, Donat Fritschy, Doreen Trittel, Dr. Klaus Chmillon, Elisabeth Schneller, Eva Lippert, Evelyne M. Fricker, Graf Seibert, Gret Beth, Hannes Albert, Julia Antonia, Jutta Imelda Kanneberger, Lucy Libre, Lukas & Robertson, Pasquale Aleardi, Peter Schlangenbader, Philippe Ségalard, Simone Birk, Tatawa (Wei Tan), Ulrike Hofmann-Schüll, Uwe Schwarz, Valentina Pisarra, w e i s s über den tod hinaus, Dr. Yoanna Planchette
Curated by Paulina Tsvetanova
Art exposes, shocks, transforms: fears, weaknesses, trauma. Inner conflicts, heart aches, losses. A re-flourishing, new beginning, healing. We tell in 29 artistic approaches stories of strength, hope, love, and redemption, that inspire the answers to life’s important questions.
The actor and musician Pasquale Aleardi says: „When I start to tighten up inside and it also starts to become gloomy on the outside, I capture those moments: in pictures, writing or music. These captured moments are a kind of memory management. An admonition that every storm and every crisis passes by!“
Dagmar Gester faces our need for affiliation – which is probably the most important search of our lives. In her work “What remains. Flight luggage”, she engages with the systematic reduction to the essentials that takes place when people lose their homes and identities. She focuses on what is left: the refugees’ luggage. Note: The artist is present on May 3rd & June 7th.
Discover more on the gallery website: www.paulinasfriends.com/h-e-a-l-i-n-g