‘Photo Trust’ exhibition in Berlin highlights Catalan artists
11 artists from around the world are exhibiting their pieces that ‘reflect upon current social problems’. The exhibition is a result of collaboration with the Institut Ramon Llull and the Catalan Ministry of External Relations.
Berlin (ACN).- Diverse Catalan artists are exhibiting their pieces in the collective exhibition entitled ‘Photo Trust: pictures as a seismographer of the invisible’ at Berlin’s Kunstverein Tiergarten Gallery. The exhibition will be held until the 16th of October. The show aims to ‘reflect on problems in contemporary society’. The Catalan artists Francesc Abad, Pep Dardanyà, Toni Giró and Quim Tarrida and the Valencian artist Mira Bernabeu are exhibiting their pieces in the German capital. ‘Photo Trust’ includes work from a total of 11 artists from around the world.
The exhibition is the result of collaboration with the Institut Ramon Llull and the Catalan Ministry of External Relations. Artists in the exhibition come from Germany, Palestine, Spain and Switzerland. The exhibition also includes a series of conferences where writers, artists and investigators may debate and reflect about the questions proposed by ‘Photo Trust’.
The pieces aim to reflect upon the conflicts that “make up the architecture of society”. Various formats are presented such as painting, video and photography with the objective of “penetrating into social problems” and “constructing a critical view about the current world”, said the exhibition’s curator Monika Anselment.