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ELIYAH MESAYER & GALVIN HARRISON + T.N.G.
The People Who Came From The Sea
20 JANUARY - 19 FEBRUARY 2022
ON VIEW – NATURE ENTANGLED
Brigade is pleased to present ‘Nature Entangled’ an online exhibition in which five gallery artists examine the crosspoints of nature and technology and presents works that engages the current discussions on contemporary global ecology.
ARTIST IN RESIDENCE - THEODOR NYMARK
Danish artist Theodor Nymark’s (b.1996) exhibition ‘Sirenia’ is now open at Servando Galería de Arte in Havana, Cuba.
UPCOMING AT BRIGADE – THE PEOPLE WHO CAME FROM THE SEA BY ELIYAH MESAYER AND GALVIN HARRISON + T.N.G
The gallery is proud to announce that on 20 January 2022 we will present ‘The People Who Came From The Sea’, a duo exhibition by Eliyah Mesayer (b.1987) and Galvin Harrison (b.1956) + T.N.G. (The Next Generation).
IN CONVERSATION WITH COLINE MAROTTA
In conjunction with Coline Marotta’s current exhibition, Brigade’s Artistic Director, Michael Bank-Christoffersen sat down to have a conversation with Marotta about her practice, what she feared the most during the preparation of the show and her thoughts on being a slow painter.
ANNOUNCING REPRESENTATION - COLINE MAROTTA
Brigade is happy to announce Scandinavian representation of Copenhagen based artist Coline Marotta (b. 1991, France) whose exhibition ‘Keeping in Touch’ is currently on display at Brigade.
NOW OPEN - KEEPING IN TOUCH - COLINE MAROTTA
‘Keeping in Touch’, a solo exhibition by Coline Marotta (b.1991) is now open at Brigade.
The exhibition features a series of paintings in a palette partly composed of dark night blues, celestial yellows, limey greens, blushy reds.
UPCOMING AT BRIGADE - COLINE MAROTTA
Opening on 18 November the gallery will present ‘Keeping in touch’ a solo exhibition by French artist Coline Marotta (b.1991).
Marotta’s gentle expressionist paintings depict a mood of tranquility, comfort and reconciliation. Her dreamy characters are long limbered, found in an act of embracing or reaching out while filling out the cramped spaces of the canvases, adding a sense of intimacy and reflection.
IN CONVERSATION WITH TOMASO BINGA
Tomaso Binga (b.1931), whose solo exhibition ‘Poesia Muta’ is currently on display at Brigade, shares her thoughts on her first solo exhibition in Scandinavia, the role of language in her works and her biggest dream..
NOW OPEN - POESIA MUTA - TOMASO BINGA
‘Poesia Muta’, the debut solo exhibition in Scandinavia by Italian artist Tomaso Binga (b. 1931, Salerno), is now open at Brigade.
Tomaso Binga is the artistic pseudonym of Bianca Pucciarelli Menna who adopted the masculine-sounding name in the 1970s to draw attention to the artworld’s privileging of male artists.
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ELIYAH MESAYER & GALVIN HARRISON + T.N.G. - THE PEOPLE WHO CAME FROM THE SEA
The People Who Came From The Sea
A duo exhibition by Eliyah Mesayer and Galvin Harrison + T.N.G. (The Next Generation).
The exhibition highlights both artists’ individual practices, as well as their collaborative social projects, such as T.N.G. and the Mesayer Foundation. The exhibition provides a comprehensive view into the two artists nuanced and co-operative work to-date.
COLINE MAROTTA - KEEPING IN TOUCH
Brigade is proud to present Keeping in touch a solo exhibition by French artist Coline Marotta (b.1991).
Life is busy and a constant stream of one event after the other, making it hard to meet all ends, clutching on to existence rather than gripping it with agency and purpose. But not in the paintings by Coline Marotta, which offers a much-needed counterpoint to the strife of life.
TOMASO BINGA - POESIA MUTA
Brigade is proud to present the first Scandinavian exhibition of the Italian artist Tomaso Binga (b. 1931, Salerno, lives and works in Rome).
The artistic identity of Tomaso Binga came into being during Bianca Pucciarelli Menna’s ‘Oggi Spose’ performance in Rome, 1977, where she married her alter ego as a reaction to the lack of attention feminist art received in the 1970s. Binga has since worked under her male pesudonym to question male privilege in the art world and emphasize the gender issues inherent in art.
NICOLE COSON & GARRETT PRUTER - PICTURE HOUSE
Picture House revolves around the concept of memory. Memories are unstable, but also essential to navigating our future. Our decisions are based on our experiences, ideally guiding us into safe territories and away from harm.
ERIC DOERINGER - I COPY THEREFORE I AM
"When an image is reproduced by hand, there is inherently some interpretation by the second artist. Any reproduction - no matter how precise - introduces a change. The “copy” exists in a different space, is made from different molecules, and is younger than the original." - Eric Doeringer
ANDREA VILLALÓN - THE SHELTER OF MEANING
04 JUNE 2021 - 11 JULY 2021
Villalón’s figurative paintings and stained glass works emerge from a highly personal and transformative exploration of identity, representation and self-reflection in the 21st Century.
BRIGADE ARCHIVES #1
15 APRIL 2021 - 27 MAY 2021
Exhibiting artists include: Alex Da Corte, Andrius Zakarauskas, Artemio, Brian Montuori, Kasper Sonne, Kristian Touborg, Nhozagri, Petra Cortright, Ry David Bradley and Zane Lewis.
ANNE NOWAK - "THE COSMIC WALL"
28 & 29 JANUARY 2021
Anne Nowak investigates the transition of life through a practice devoted to creating images and objects derived from personal memory of and from cosmos, nature, the sea, spiritual mythology and inner meditative realms. Recurrent themes are impermanence and eternity, life and death, dark and light, the sun and the moon.
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ALEX DA CORTE - SLOW GRAFFITI / BOB NICKAS SECESSION
Slow Graffiti radiates softness, vulnerability, mutability, and transience—like the verve of an invisible city, one that exists only in someone’s imagination but that takes shape here.
Brigade crewneck sweatshirt: Green with yellow print
Crafted with organic cotton and our logo printed on the front and back. The sweatshirt has an athletic fit with materials that ensure a cosy feel.
BRIGADE POSTERS - COLINE MAROTTA - KEEPING IN TOUCH, 2021
Poster from French painter Coline Marottas exhibiton Keeping In Touch (2021) featuring a detailshot from the work Big Love Low Ceiling (2021).
BRIGADE EDITIONS - COLINE MAROTTA - NEVER ENDING PASTA, 2021
Printed edition featuring a high-quality colour reproducion of "Never Ending Pasta" (2021) by French painter Coline Marotta.
BERENIKE CORCUERA - I THE MAGICIAN, TARORACLE BOOK CARD COLLECTION
Taking inspiration from the Major Arcana set of tarot cards (the 22 trump cards in a standard 78-card pack) Berenike Corcuera re-combines traditional occultist imagery with contemporary motifs and an emphatic focus on vibrance and tactility.
MITSU OKUBO - OKO YONO T-SHIRT
Punning on the names of some of the most well-established modern and contemporary art world figures, Mitsu Okubo pokes fun at the reverence we associate with these figures and transforms their names into playful slogans.
Having previously sold these shirts only at art fairs, we are pleased to be the first European stockist of Mitsu Okubo’s garments.
BRIGADE EDITIONS - ANDREA VILLALÓN - INNER CORE, 2021
Printed edition featuring a high-quality colour reproducion of "Inner core" (2021) by Mexican painter Andrea Villalón.
Colour Giclée Print
265 gsm Cotton Smooth Paper
Edition of 500 (hand-numbered)
Brigade Editions is the gallery's ongoing limited edition publishing project. Collaborating with both represented artists and artists who are not represented by the gallery, with Brigade Editions we aim to produce high-quality printed reproductions of original artworks, making iconic imagery accessible to the many, not just the few.
ERWIN WURN - SELF PORTRAIT AS 47 PICKELS
The pickle is a recurring figure in Erwin Wurm’s work. In 2008 he created an installation titled 'Selbstporträt als Gurken' (“Self-portrait as pickles”). To compose the piece, he emptied a jar of pickles, encapsulating each one with painted resin before placing them on individual pedestals. Each condiment was then photographed following the same protocol. This book presents the resulting series of photographs.
13 x 18 cm
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