Nasan Tur, John Korner & Panamarenko at Deweer Gallery

John Kørner, Escapes (detail), 2018. Acrylic on canvas, 150 x 120 cm. Photo: Anders Sune Berg.

Nasan Tur, John Korner & Panamarenko

March 28–May 6, 2018

Opening: March 25, 2:30–6pm

Deweer Gallery
Tiegemstraat 6A
8553 Zwevegem
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Nasan Tur: As Hard As You Can
Can art save the world? Turkish-German artist Nasan Tur (b. 1974, Offenbach / lives and works in Berlin) doesn’t think so. Being an artist he sees his responsibility to give us a new reading of political and social events, through visual art, performances, actions and artist talks. In his second solo exhibition As Hard As You Can at Deweer Gallery, he uses destructive interventions to give objects a new destination and to activate changes in perception.

John Kørner: Problems in perspective
John Kørner (b. 1967, lives and works in Copenhagen) is one of the most prominent contemporary artists in Denmark. His work is not easily pigeonholed. In the past two decades the Danish artist has steadily developed a body of work characterized by polychrome, expressive colors in watercolor on canvas. In addition, he also creates shiny ceramics, glass objects and installations. Basso continuo is a very direct form of communication.

35 Years Panamarenko & Deweer Gallery – A Brilliant Story since 1983
Extended until May 6 due to an overwhelming success!

Nasan Tur, John Korner & Panamarenko at Deweer Gallery

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