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See you soon and minimalistic greetings,
Florian and Fabian
🇩🇪 Liebe Gäste,
vielen Dank für Ihr Interesse an unserer Galerie. Leider sind wir derzeit gezwungen, alle Aktivitäten in unserer Galerie einzustellen. Bitte melden Sie sich für unseren Newsletter an, um informiert zu werden, sobald wir wissen, wie es weitergeht. Unser Onlineshop ist natürlich weiterhin geöffnet und wir freuen uns über Ihren Besuch.
Bleiben Sie gesund!
Bis bald und Minimalistische Grüße,
Florian und Fabian
Exhibition “The Urban Text” by Jon Setter
Galerie Minimal is proud to present a photography exhibition by Jon Setter in Berlin March 2020. In this exhibition minimalist photographer Jon Setter from Sydney/Australia shows works from his new series “Urban Text”.
Join us for the Vernissage on 7th of March 6PM
The Deconstructed Self
The Los Angeles Center for Digital Arts named Natalie Christensen one of the „Ten Photographers to Watch“. After exhibitions in London, New York and Los Angeles…
Every desire for change is a decision against this inertia of its own structures and it always begins with a change of perspective to the all too familiar.
François Aubret – Graphic Encounters
A solo exhibition. Coming when Corona is gone
Photo walk with Jon Setter
On the 24.09. 4PM we invite you to a photo walk with Jon Setter. Join the photographer from Detroit on an expedition through Kreuzberg.
This year we take part in the “Art Kreuzberg” taking place at the weekend 7. and 8. September. Stop by and get a free curators tour.
Photo Walk with Alex Harbich
Alex took our guests to a car park on the Gleisdreieck to take pictures together with them for almost 3 hours.
Minimal Zine #1 Release
Minimal Zine is a bi-annual independent publicatio celebrating minimalism in contemporary visual culture. We present the release of the first printed issue