Solo show at Morgen Contemporary, January 29–February 28, 2015
Opening: January 29, 2015 | 7:00 p.m. | Ackerstr. 162, Berlin
Introduction by Konstanty Szydłowski, philosopher and curator, Berlin.
“It is always immediate”—which is both our exhibition title and an inscription in one of Xenia Fink’s drawings—signifies that something is suddenly there, something utterly unforeseen. Xenia Fink translates ambivalent emotional states into her pictures. Bodies, gestures and objects appear on a white background where the lines and figures depicted are integrated into a story. The emptiness lends the sketched elements a particular common existence in the immeasurable space of memory and expectation.
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