Berlin — Transart Institute is pleased to announce Intermezzo #1, the first in a series of three exhibitions at Mila Kunstgalerie featuring Transart artists earning their MFA degree during the institute’s 2014 summer residency.
Curated by Mila Kunstgalerie manager Katharina Maria Raab, Intermezzo #1 presents works by Sylvia Adamcik, Steven Evans, Gabriela Gusmão, Julia Hide, Christopher Huck and Alexandra Wolframm. Adamcik and Gusmão’s photography-based work explores processes of transformation in nature; while Evans, Hyde, and Huck consider human interactions with the environment. All five graduating Transart artists are placed in dialogue with the mixed media landscapes of Berlin-based artist Alexandra Wolframm.
Katharina Maria Raab is a Berlin-based gallerist, independent curator and art educator. In addition to directing Mila Kunstgalerie, Raab organizes exhibitions on behalf of the international contemporary art organization artMbassy as well as the alternative contemporary art space The Wand. Since 2007, Raab has taught art history at the Center for Continuing Education at Freie Universität Berlin. She also currently lectures on modern and contemporary art at the Akademie der Staatlichen Museen zu Berlin.
Mila Kunstgalerie: Linienstraße 154, 10115 Berlin
12–6pm Tuesday through Saturdays
On view through August 1