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  • Ragna Róbertsdóttir at Regen Projects

    Stars Don’t Stand Still in the Sky: A Tribute to Lawrence Weiner
    Group exhibition

    15 September – 22 October 2022
    Regen Projects, Los Angeles, USA
  • Elina Brotherus | Les Règles du Jeu

    Solo exhibition

    2 July – 20 November 2022
    FRAC Bourgogne – Les Bains du Nord, Dijon, France
  • Elina Brotherus at Photaumnales Festival 2022

    Corsica, images of a territory. Collection of the Centre Méditerranéen de la Photographie, Bastia
    Group exhibition

    17 September – 31 December 2022
    Opening: Saturday, 24 September 2022, 11 am
    Espace Séraphine Louis, Clermont-de-l'Oise, France
Niina Vatanen | Gravity Experiments and Cyclic Phenomena

Niina Vatanen | Gravity Experiments and Cyclic Phenomena

Exhibition: 14 September – 12 November 2022
Opening: Friday, 16 September 2022, 6 – 9 pm
Venue: Persons Projects, Lindenstr. 35, 10969 Berlin

During Berlin Art Week 2022.

Persons Projects is proud to present Niina Vatanen’s solo exhibition titled Gravity Experiments and Cyclic Phenomena. This exhibition follows her 2015 solo show at C/O Berlin, and her latest book Time Atlas (Kehrer Verlag, 2019). One’s experience of time is incredibly complex. By studying the movements of the planets, and with the help of various omens and prophecies, religions and oracles, humans have investigated not only our place in the universe, but also searched for answers to existential questions. In this exhibition, Vatanen does the same – she has combined images from various archives to create a multifaceted visual essay concerning time.
In the Sky Unlike a Bird

In the Sky Unlike a Bird

Janne Lehtinen | Dominik Lejman | Jyrki Parantainen | Mikko Rikala | Santeri Tuori

Exhibition: 14 September – 12 November 2022
Opening: Friday, 16 September 2022, 6 – 9 pm
Venue: Persons Projects, Lindenstr. 34, 10969 Berlin

During Berlin Art Week 2022.

Persons Projects is proud to present a group exhibition In the Sky Unlike a Bird which is a collection of six artists’ interpretations of how an individual weighs and ponders upon the different volumes of nothingness. It’s an exhibition that creates a space where words float in the air and islands hang by a thread pinned to an infinity of blue on blue. Imagine an image of gravity dangling by its arms or a man in the moon who teases the tides by splashing the ocean one wave at a time. Howard Altmann says it best in his poem used in collaboration with Dominik Lejman’s painting, "could it be the sky has changed its colors? The natural order is where I turn now to turn myself around”. It’s not about what we see but more so how we perceive the place we are in.

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