Virtual Exhibition: Matthias Mansen: The Good Live, 2020
at the start of this year I was planning a small exhibition at Mother Maiden & Crone, Potsdamer Straße, Berlin, a place where I usually go for lunch. While I was selecting the prints, I was surprised by the number of works relating to food!
As the exhibition had to …
Matthias Mansen, Triest oder die Götter and other things, Woodcuts, exhibition until Februar 10th, 2020
Klaus Hack, Robert Hammerstiel, Joachim Jurgeluchs, Per Kirkeby, Matthias Mansen, Otto Pankok, Günther Ücker
Matthias Mansen (* 1958 in Ravensburg), studied 1978-1984 at the Staatlichen Akademie der Bildenden Künste in Karlsruhe. Having lived and worked in London, Paris and New York, he has been based in Berlin since 1994. In his large scale series of woodcuts, Mansen investigates how images come into being. In a traditional technique, he explores …
Additionen: Painting, Drawing, Installation. Albrecht Fersch, Verena Freyschmidt, Alexander Habisreutinger, Matthias Mansen, Silke Miche, Lilla von Puttkamer. The exhibition was accompanied by a 20-page brochure.
"The 'Potsdamer Strasse' series forms the heart of this exhibition and is complemented by a selection of works that illustrate Mansen's various creative phases." The exhibition is accompanied by a catalogue published by Wienand Verlag.
IFPDA Print Fair, October 25-28, 2018
New Prints "Triest and the Gods" 2018
First time exhibited by August Laube
The exhibition shows oil paintings by Erich Mansen, watercolours and drawings by Anna Mansen, woodcuts by Matthias Mansen and works by Susanne Mansen, as well as nineteenth-century landscapes by Emma Schlette, a great-aunt of Anna Mansen from Ellwangen.
This exhibition presents a selection of gestural, expressionist woodcuts and linocuts from the late 1970s and 80s by four contemporary German artists: Georg Baselitz , Anselm Kiefer, Felix Droese, and Matthias Mansen.
Matthias Mansen (German, born 1958) creates large-scale woodcuts that explore abstraction and figuration. He advances the tradition of woodblock printing by transforming pieces of scavenged wood—discarded floorboards or fragments of abandoned furniture—into printing blocks, which he progressively carves and recarves. Working on numerous …
This is the first presentation of Matthias Mansen’s new woodcuts, made in Berlin between 2011 and 2015. The geographical coincidence is striking: Matthias Mansen’s studio as the production site (Am Karlsbad), the venue of the presentation at Galerie Aurel Scheibler (Schöneberger Ufer), and Mansen’s source of inspiration Potsdamer …