Shows

Book Launch and Music Performance at Kunstquartier Bethanien

  16th of April 2014, 6–10 pm Kunstquartier Bethanien, Mariannenplatz 2, 10997 Berlin Free entrance BOOK RELEASE: ‘Shadow of Smoke Rings on the Wall’ (Artist monograph) WORLD PREMIERE: ‘From the End to the Beginning  – Wagner reversed’ – by Amir Fattal 

Book Launch and Music Performance at Kunstquartier Bethanien

  16th of April 2014, 6–10 pm Kunstquartier Bethanien, Mariannenplatz 2, 10997 Berlin Free entrance BOOK RELEASE: ‘Shadow of Smoke Rings on the Wall’ (Artist monograph) WORLD PREMIERE: ‘From the End to the Beginning  – Wagner reversed’ – by Amir Fattal 

Parallel Lines, solo exhibition at Teapot Gallery Cologne

AMIR FATTAL Parallel Lines Opening: Thursday, Nov. 7th Address: Teapot Gallery, Herwarthstr. 3, 50672 Köln Teapot Gallery is pleased to announce Parallel lines, Amir Fattal’s third solo exhibition with the Gallery and the pre-realse of his first solo catalogue ‘Shadow of Smoke Rings on the Wall’ with contributed

Parallel Lines, solo exhibition at Teapot Gallery Cologne

AMIR FATTAL Parallel Lines Opening: Thursday, Nov. 7th Address: Teapot Gallery, Herwarthstr. 3, 50672 Köln Teapot Gallery is pleased to announce Parallel lines, Amir Fattal’s third solo exhibition with the Gallery and the pre-realse of his first solo catalogue ‘Shadow of Smoke Rings on the Wall’ with contributed

»RISS« Hengesbach Gallery, NIKOLA UKIC, AMIR FATTAL, ASTALI/PEIRCE

»RISS« - (DISRUPTION) OPENING 8 MARCH 2013, 6 PM 9 MARCH – 20 APRIL 2013 The group show »Riss« - (Disruption) is a cooperation between Hengesbach Gallery and Frontviews, an independent curatorial platform in Berlin. Frontviews develops concepts for exhibitions devoted to current

»RISS« Hengesbach Gallery, NIKOLA UKIC, AMIR FATTAL, ASTALI/PEIRCE

»RISS« - (DISRUPTION) OPENING 8 MARCH 2013, 6 PM 9 MARCH – 20 APRIL 2013 The group show »Riss« - (Disruption) is a cooperation between Hengesbach Gallery and Frontviews, an independent curatorial platform in Berlin. Frontviews develops concepts for exhibitions devoted to current

The III Moscow International Biennale for Young Art July 2012

III Moscow International Biennale For Young Art Under A Tinsel Sun July 11 – August 10, 2012 III Moscow International Biennale For Young Art Under A Tinsel Sun is the title of the III Moscow International Biennale For Young Art,

The III Moscow International Biennale for Young Art July 2012

III Moscow International Biennale For Young Art Under A Tinsel Sun July 11 – August 10, 2012 III Moscow International Biennale For Young Art Under A Tinsel Sun is the title of the III Moscow International Biennale For Young Art,

“Body without Body”, Georg Kolbe Museum, Berlin, 2011

The debate between the conservation of the Palast der Republik and the rebuilding of the Stadtschloss, brings up both the genuine memories of the people who lived in the DDR time and the people who would like to look further

“Body without Body”, Georg Kolbe Museum, Berlin, 2011

The debate between the conservation of the Palast der Republik and the rebuilding of the Stadtschloss, brings up both the genuine memories of the people who lived in the DDR time and the people who would like to look further

‘Shadow of smoke rings on the wall’ Artitude kunstverein, Berlin 2011

Shadow of smoke rings on the wall, Mixed media, 2011.   The installation is a closed dark room where two models are installed opposite to one another and transmitting text through light base Morse code. The first model is based on

‘Shadow of smoke rings on the wall’ Artitude kunstverein, Berlin 2011

Shadow of smoke rings on the wall, Mixed media, 2011.   The installation is a closed dark room where two models are installed opposite to one another and transmitting text through light base Morse code. The first model is based on

‘Selected artists award 2010′ NGBK, Berlin 2011

Text by Heinz Stahlhut, from the 2011 “Berliner Senat Arbeitsstipendium” catalog. Dem flüchtigen Beobachter scheinen die jüngsten Arbeiten Amir Fattals der Ästhetik der Minimal Art verpflichtet: Materialien der industriellen Massenproduktion, glatte, reflektierende oder semitransparente Oberflächen, formal vereinfachte, vorfabrizierte Elemente in

‘Selected artists award 2010′ NGBK, Berlin 2011

Text by Heinz Stahlhut, from the 2011 “Berliner Senat Arbeitsstipendium” catalog. Dem flüchtigen Beobachter scheinen die jüngsten Arbeiten Amir Fattals der Ästhetik der Minimal Art verpflichtet: Materialien der industriellen Massenproduktion, glatte, reflektierende oder semitransparente Oberflächen, formal vereinfachte, vorfabrizierte Elemente in

‘Tomorrow gets me higher’ Solo exhibition at Wilde Gallery, Berlin 2010

Fattal’s sculptural works incorporate vintage objects culled from Berlin flea markets that make reference to themes as varied as personal nostalgia, political history, notions of gender roles and degrees of erotica. Placed in vitrines atop elegantly modern pedestals, their shapes reflected infinitely within

‘Tomorrow gets me higher’ Solo exhibition at Wilde Gallery, Berlin 2010

Fattal’s sculptural works incorporate vintage objects culled from Berlin flea markets that make reference to themes as varied as personal nostalgia, political history, notions of gender roles and degrees of erotica. Placed in vitrines atop elegantly modern pedestals, their shapes reflected infinitely within