from 28 March to 6 may 2012 at the Park Inn Berlin-Alexanderplatz, the exhibition shows works from thirty years creating Rudolf Draheim (* 1941). The artist took the freedom of painting to break his own previous biographical boundaries and to summon the everlasting dynamic change of direction in his work. The painting allows him to invent an autonomous image world of color landscapes atmospheric. -He stands in the onset as Antipodes, with Kandinsky and Mondrian, long, almost hundred years tradition of abstract art, which virtually free can develop your aesthetic life of their own from all earthly burden, so the mapping of reality, Hanne Bergius. “Heraclitus’s famous dictum: Panta rhei” everything is in flux describes the underlying principle.
The world of appearances is in permanent change. The natural area is metaphor for inner worlds at the same time. Dara is the color in the image with almost ecstatic pleasure Act, creates senses Merry parallel worlds, to visually Invite expeditions. Draheims imagery seem like parts of a bigger whole. They seem over the top, no frame limited, squeezing out. Draheims painting have less window function, which would draw the attention of the Viewer from the real space in a painted and kidnap.
Rather vice versa they influence in the real space, in the body of the perceiving subject, penetrate it, share with him. People stir, stir up, delight, Excite, bring to marvel, move all that is capable of Draheims resonance cycle with admirable ease.”- Michael Nungesser, extracts more info: deutsch/03exhibition/draheim.html art place berlin – is the forum for contemporary art and cultural projects in the Park Inn Berlin-Alexanderplatz. The changing exhibitions present artistic positions in painting, photography and works on paper. The exhibition areas are located on the ground floor and the first floor. The regular opening hours of the exhibition are open daily from 9:00 to 22:00. The admission is free. Transport links: With S – / U – tram to Alexanderplatz art place berlin contact: Thomas Tyllack telephone: 030 – 55 66 99 56 E-Mail: Web: