NO5 Animus und Anima

Perihan Arpacilar & Jean El Tannir
Goldstein Galerie, Frankfurt am Main


Exhibition: Feb 6th – Mar 9th 2014
Opening: Feb 5th, 7 pm

Jean el Tannir is a Belgian artist with Down’s syndrome who has worked at Atelier Creahm, a studio in Liege, where he created his astonishing ceramics, shown here for the fist time.
Perihan Arpacilar has been with Atelier Goldstein since 2010. In her younger years, she studied at the Hochschule für Gestaltung in Offenbach. Her monotypes are pastose transfers of fresh paint. The fragmented and mask-like impressions they leave on paper are often sombre and mysterious.

Michiel de Jaeger – An evening with friends from Belgium
Feb 28th, 8 pm

An evening curated by Michiel de Jaeger is dedicated to our beloved neighbouring country, Belgium. It’s excellent beer and a typically Belgian buffet – imported directly from its source
by our Belgian friends – will be accompanied by Belgian music and poetry.

» Society’s changing attitudes towards people with disabilities – currents ranging from vigilance to confidence «
A lecture by Dr. Bernhard Conrads
Mar 9th 2014, 11 am

Dr. Bernhard Conrads is one of the leading experts in the field of disability and society. For 20 years he headed the Lebenshilfe Bundesvereinigung. He is a former member of the executive board of Aktion Mensch and the vice-president of the Special Olympics Germany.