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Tatiana Malinnikowa „Daydreaming“

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Daydreaming

Photography Tatiana Malinnikowa @tatiana_malinnikowa
Model Wiktoria Majewska @wiki_majewska
Model Agency @ecmanagement
Mua Klaudia Sadoch @sadochklaudia
Stylist Katarzyna Spietelun @katarzyna_spietelun_
Hair stylist Aleksa Miller @aleksa.miller.756 Tatiana Kocherha @kocherga333
Photo assistant Julianna Gąsecka @_curlyphotos

Designers:
@arthouseofaleks
@annaszalkiewicz
@renata_ramola
@jagoda_staniszewska
@kasia_hubinska
@wsuffka_ozdoby
@magdalenanowak_clothes
@zwyrtech
@zbikowska_official

Bow bag Monika Żbikowska @zbikowska_official

Skirt and blouse Aleksandra Kubiak @arthouseofaleks

Top and skirt Jagoda Staniszewska @jagoda_staniszewska

Body and skirt Jagoda Staniszewska @jagoda_staniszewska

Dress Katarzyna Hubinska @kasia_hubinska Jewellery Dominika Deręgowska @wsuffka_ozdoby

Top and skirt Jagoda Staniszewska @jagoda_staniszewska

Dress Magdalena Nowak @magdalenanowak_clothes Jewellery Zwyrtech @zwyrtech @zbikowska_official

Total Look Monika Żbikowska @zbikowska_official

Blouse Anna Szałkiewicz @annaszalkiewicz Pants Renata Ramola @renata_ramola

In November 2022 HAZE GALLERY will introduce 8 of our artists at Affordable Art Fair, Hamburg

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In November 2022 HAZE GALLERY will introduce 8 of our artists at Affordable Art Fair, Hamburg

AAF HAMBURG LOCATION: Hamburg Messe
ARTISTS: Irina Drozd, Ming Lu, Mathias Escotto Gadea,  Kristina Okan, Marina Wittemann, Kleber Cianni, Lasha Tchelashvili, Victoria Rosenman
EXHIBITION STAND: F9 November 10 – 13th, 2022 | Opening November 10th, 2022 | Hamburg Messe Eingang West, Halle A3, 20357 Hamburg, Germany

In November  2022 HAZE GALLERY will introduce 8 of our artists at Affordable Art Fair , Hamburg .This is the forth time HAZEGALLERY participating  in an Art Fair and it’s very exciting and honorable. We selected 8 of our artists and they are very different, but all of them have an unique original style, artistic language and, as we expect, will be interesting for visitors of the Fair and art connoisseurs from all over the world.

ABOUT AFFORDABLE ART FAIR

The very first edition of the Affordable Art Fair took place in London’s Battersea Park in October 1999. Ten thousand art lovers descended upon the fair to browse and buy thousands of original contemporary paintings, sculptures, photographs and prints in a relaxed and friendly environment. The Company now hold fairs in 10 cities around the world including London, New York, Hong Kong, Hamburg, Amsterdam, Brussels, Singapore Stockholm, Melbourne and Sydney. Each year we welcome over 185,000 art enthusiasts to our fairs globally, where they can discover a mix of local, national and international galleries showcasing a wide array of affordable artworks by established artists and rising stars.

MARINA WITTEMANN

Marina WitteMann, being a synesthete, feels the world a little deeper and more fully than the other persons, she sees in color the emotional states of surrounding people, vivid experiences, pain, anger and euphoria. That is why the works she created strive to break out of the framework of generally accepted art forms. That which had no volume, breaks through the two-dimensional space, color acquires shape, paper — texture, depth. Each work is an outspoken image formed through the prism of the artist’s perception, through the fusion of several sensory levels at once.

KRISTINA OKAN

In her works, Kristina examinse the beauty and fragility of the natural world. Her sculptural language is rooted in classical European traditions of porcelain art, engaging with themes of beauty, biomorphism, and notions of the micro and macrocosm. One of her main ideas is to capture the transformation of ephemeral brittle beauty into petrified porcelain forms that will stay like little eternal monuments of delight and celebration of life. Inspired by Renaissance traditional still lives with their visual relish of objects, she creates sensual biomorphic shapes formed from repetitive and fractal modules.

Mathias Escotto Gadea

Visual artist and photographer. He studied at the National School of Fine Arts Institute of UDELAR and the Torres García School in Montevideo, Uruguay. He studied at the Photography Center and Uruguay´s Photo Club. He has participated in numerous seminars, workshops, and panels on photography and history in Latin America and Europe.

Ming Lu

Ming Lu’s works include photography, installation, performance, and more traditional media – porcelain and embroidery. Her recent works play on the tension between contemporary art and traditional Chinese craftsmanship. As Made-in-China mass production became a global industrial phenomenon, the artist works closely with the handicraft that is known to be slow, inaccurate, time and labor consuming, almost forgotten but are deep- rooted. Lu’s works reflect her cultural identity, which combines enduring attachments to China, the country of her birth and to Europe, where she studied art.

Irina Drozd

Lives and works in St. Petersburg and Pasca (Hungary)

In her paintings, Irina Drozd depicts a fantasy world filled with amazing creatures and characters: her toy monsters at the same time touch and frighten, sometimes enchanting, and presented to the viewer on silver platters can cause disgust at all. The heroines of her paintings are almost always girls, girls, women – often in pairs or doubles, with animals or monsters. The artist explores the nature of femininity, modern stereotypes, and new archetypes of femininity, and also often refers to the theme of childhood and play.

From 2016 to the present, he has been on the list of the Russian investment art rating 49ART. Group and individual exhibitions were held in St. Petersburg and Moscow, Paris, London, Amsterdam, Lyon, and Budapest. The artist’s works were exhibited at the Moscow and Krasnoyarsk Biennales of Contemporary Art. She took part in the residencies of the Marino Marini Museum in Florence, the Cite Internationale des Arts in Paris, as well as in the Berlin Higher Art School Berlin Weissensee School of Art.

The artist’s works are in the collections of the Moscow Museum of Modern Art, the State Center for Contemporary Art in Moscow, the State Center for Contemporary Art in Krasnoyarsk, as well as in private Russian and foreign collections.

Lasha Tchrelashvili

Born in Tbilisi, Georgia, 1990
since 2020 lives and works in Berlin

Painting process is a kind of a thinking process to me.
Sometimes you get distracted, other times you’re fully invested. It’s a dynamic process both emotionally and conceptually. My paintings are products of this thinking process which I then observe. Through these observations I analyze my internal, spiritual state and my position in relation to the universe.

Kleber Cianni

I like to observe and collect objects that are discarded because they awaken my creativity and imagination, provoking deep reflections about the community that lives there, what it consumes, what it cares for, from the garbage it produces.

I offer myself as an instrument for the transformation and reframing of this material that is no longer useful, a channel to relive and tell its story, through my art.

Victoria Rosenman

(born 1986 in St. Petersburg) lives and works in Berlin. After studying art in Switzerland, she received a PIC Selected scholarship for her project About Destroying a Muse. She works with multimedia and her works are represented in private collections, galleries and museums.

My art tells of an eternally human experience: the high-risk, horribly illusory beauty of relationships, power and dependence, destruction and creation, obsession and surrender.
The leitmotif is the transformative gaze of mutual exploration between the artist and the people surrounding her.

Who are you? What do you see in me? What could I be for you?
And: What would I be without you? How far will you go? What will you allow? How do you release the emotional tension? Do we reach the contemplative level of absolute art, or do we crash?

Savanna Garr „in her nature“

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IN HER NATURE

PHOTOGRAPHER: Savanna Garr @savraeg
STYLIST: Alejandro Garcia @alexandergarstyle
MAKEUP & HAIR: Cheyenne Timperio @cheyennemakeup
MODEL: Anevay @rita.darlingg

Jumpsuit: Bohn Jsell @bohnjsell Shoes: Sergio Rossi @sergiorossi

Dress: MiriMari @mirimari_fashion; Catsuit with overskirt: MiriMari @mirimari_fashion Shoes: Sergio Rossi @sergiorossi

Catsuit: MiriMari @mirimari_fashion Shoes: Sergio Rosi @sergiorossi; Bodysuit & leggings: MiriMari @mirimari_fashion

Complete Look: ReFash_Studios @refash_studios; Dress: ReFash_Studios @refash_studios

Ramona Reuter „SurreaLOVE“

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SurreaLOVE

Follow these two artists through their extensive residency. In a joint foray through their luminescent property, they encounter memories and already produced objects. Inspiration is waiting at every hidden corner. Their work, which runs through the entire story, tells of commonalities, the past, the experienced. This special kind of togetherness is also reflected in the intimate bond between these two. Current fashion like Loewe, Jil Sander and Acne Studios reflects their one of a kind creativity.

Photography: Ramona Reuter @_rare.imaging
Styling: Valerie Specht & Kassandra Schneider @falleriefallara @kassventurous @dressedbykass_
Hair and Makeup: Corina Friedrich @corina_friedrich
Model: Ray @rayducbui / Tigers Mgmt & Karen @karen_bernschein / Silver @tigers_mgmt @silvers_models
Location Scouting: Niklas Hoffmann @younghoffi
Artworks: Christiane Neuberger (Paintings), Peter Neuberger (Red sculpture)

SHE: Dress JIL SANDER, Shoes BIRKENSTOCK. HE: Top ACNE STUDIOS, Shorts SARA BATTAGLIA

SHE: Dress JIL SANDER, Shoes BIRKENSTOCK. HE: Top ACNE STUDIOS, Shorts SARA BATTAGLIA

SHE: Coat LOEWE, Necklace CULT GAIA, Heels N°21

SHE: Top ACNE STUDIOS, Skirt MAISON MARGIELA HE: Overall COS, Bag POLO RALPH LAUREN, Boots CAMPER

SHE: Top ACNE STUDIOS, Skirt MAISON MARGIELA HE: Overall COS, Bag POLO RALPH LAUREN, Boots CAMPER

SHE: Coat LOEWE, Necklace CULT GAIA, Heels N°21

SHE: Dress MAISON MARGIELA, Clogs WOODY HE: Top JIL SANDER, Shorts IBANA, Socks FALKE, Clogs WOODY

SHE: Dress MAISON MARGIELA, Clogs WOODY

HE: Shirt PRADA, Shorts MIISTA, Hat MAISON MARGIELA, Boots CAMPER

SHE: Dress JIL SANDER, Clogs WOODY HE: Sweater Vest MAISON MARGIELA, Pants NANUSHKA, Hat LOEWE

SHE: Cape JIL SANDER, Top ACNE STUDIOS, Pants NANUSHKA, Boots CAMPER

carla sabate morales „Bloodymary“

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Bloodymary

Model: Anabel Santana @anabeljsantana
Wardrobe Stylist/Fashion Designer/Creative Director: Marc Moon @marcmoonstylist
Makeup Artist: Oriol Moreno Fernandez @oriolmorenomua
Model: Bianca Borck @Berta Model Agency @biancaborck
Wardrobe Stylist: Milena Jerez @milenaa_jerez
Photographer: carla sabate morales @carlasabate.photography

Fashion Designer: Marc Moon; Marcjuan comunicacion and NNpress

Fashion Designer: Marc Moon; Marcjuan comunicacion and NNpress

Fashion Designer: Marc Moon; Marcjuan comunicacion and NNpress

Fashion Designer: Marc Moon; Marcjuan comunicacion and NNpress

Sosya Che „Eastbourne“

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Eastbourne

Stylist: Elina Mykhaielian @megelline
Stylist Assistant: Sofiya Moiseyenko @sofia.moiseyenko
Photographer: Sosya Che @sosyache
Make Up Artist: Olena Chyvchy-Bashy @helenchizzmua
Model: Bakhita Lual @bakhitalual
Agency: Premier Model Management @premiermodels
Dress: ZARA Gloves: property of the stylist Necklace and earrings: Capsule Eleven @capsuleeleven; Top: Viliana Korueva @vilianak Earring and necklace: Capsule Eleven @capsuleeleven;
Dress: vintage Necklace, choker and ring: Capsule Eleven @capsuleeleven; Top: Idáh Skirt: True Violet Heels: ZARA Earrings and bracelet: Capsule Eleven @capsuleeleven; 
Dress: Viliana Korueva @vilianak Ring: Capsule Eleven @capsuleeleven Heels: Stuart Weitzman;
Dress: ZARA Gloves: property of the stylist Necklace and earrings: Capsule Eleven @capsuleeleven; Top: Viliana Korueva @vilianak Earring and necklace: Capsule Eleven @capsuleeleven;

Interview with photographer Nadine Dinter

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Text: I r i n a  R u s i n o v i c h

Interview with photographer Nadine Dinter
For the people who don’t yet know you: who are you, and what do you do?
My name is Nadine Dinter. I work as a professional publicist in the fields of art & culture, specializing in the promotion of photography (exhibitions, books, and artists in general). Apart from this main occupation, I am a writer, curator, and photographer. It’s all about photography – that is what brings it all together.
What work do you most enjoy doing?
Working on the creative side – writing, taking photos, and curating. That creates a sweet flow, a different way of thinking and the possibility to activate another part of the brain, compared to organizing, structuring, and strategically planning other people’s projects and creative output, such as photographs or books. I very much enjoy both sides, as they beautifully complement each other.
What type of art do you most identify with?
Definitely photography, but I also love painting, sculpture, and installation art.

Benjamin Kühnemund, Berlin, 2022, copyright Nadine Dinter, courtesy HAZEGALLERY

Ben, Berlin 2022, copyright Nadine Dinter, courtesy HAZEGALLERY

Traegi, Cologne, 2022, copyright Nadine Dinter, courtesy HAZEGALLERY

How did you come up with the idea for the exhibition?
In 2012, I curated a photo show for the New York artist duo The Hilton Brothers. One of them was Christopher Makos, a longtime friend of Andy Warhol who documented his life in photographs. Of course, during our work together and in most of his interviews, he spoke about Andy Warhol. Part of his travel crew was the former erotic art model Benjamin Godfre, with whom I clicked pretty quickly, chatting about LA, photography, and Warhol. We especially loved Warhol’s series Torsos and decided to take some pictures together. The rest is history.

What theme do you pursue in this exhibition?
In my show Torso Reloaded, I explore male nudes and how the current generation stages and adorns itself.Over the course of four months (January to April 2022), I photographed six young men, asking them to take poses that seemed typical for their personality and profession. They include a slick skater, a professional model,a wrestler, a photographer, and a fitness trainer. The images I took of Godfre from 2012 are also included in the show.

What is your favorite piece of artwork in the exhibition, and why?
That’s impossible for me to say – I love them all – and each one is special in its own way.

How could you tell when this series was finished?
It was finished this spring, in April 2022.

Do you have a funny or interesting story from your work on this project?
One of the 2022 models has the logo of my all-time favorite band HIM, tattooed above his crotch – it was a nice coincidence, as I discovered that only after we started to shoot. You can see some of those images in the show, too.

Benjamin Godfre, 1, Berlin, 2012, copyright Nadine Dinter, courtesy HAZEGALLERY

Eric, Berlin 2022, copyright Nadine Dinter, courtesy HAZEGALLERY

Alexander Schuktuew, Berlin 2022, copyright Nadine Dinter, courtesy HAZEGALLERY

Where can I go to see more of your work?
Most works, also from other series plus all my travel impressions, can be found on my IG account @dinterphotography. I also recently created a little website with more information about myself, my photography background, and the different series. Feel free to visit www.dinterphotography.de

Exhibition „TORSO RELOADED“ by NADINE DINTER, 1.10 – 29.10.2022 at HAZEGALLERY

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Exhibition "TORSO RELOADED" by NADINE DINTER, 1.10 - 29.10.2022 at HAZEGALLERY

The solo exhibition Torso Reloaded by Nadine Dinter opens at HAZEGALLERY in Berlin on 1 October 2022. Dinter developed the concept in 2012 while working with New York photographer Christopher Makos, a long-time companion of Andy Warhol. For his exhibition Andy Dandy and Other Works, which Nadine Dinter curated at galerie hiltawsky, Makos traveled with, among others, former erotic art model and current tattoo artist Benjamin Godfre, who turned out to be a passionate Warhol fan. Dinter and Godfre spontaneously de-cided to photographically recreate Warhol’s legendary Torso series from 1977.

Exactly ten years later, the photographer has taken up the idea once again. While Warhol’s spirit continues to be the inspiration, Dinter’s latest project shines the spotlight on the different body types of the current generation of men.
Alongside the first torso she photographed, of Benjamin Godfre, her images portray six representative men – from the professional model Benjamin Kühnemund and the photographer Traegi to a wrestler, a fitness in-structor, a computer scientist, and fellow photographer Alexander Schuktuew. While Warhol mainly photo-graphed the front and back of male models in a tight close-up shot, Nadine Dinter’s wider framing gives them more space, adding impact to individual characteristics such as tattoos, scars, and musculature. As a result, the bodies seem close enough to touch without being overtly sexualized. These contemplative body shots were taken in an intimate hotel atmosphere using only natural lighting between January and April 2022. Each picture tells its own story, transforming the bare image into a unique photographic profile.

The exhibition Torso Reloaded also addresses the female gaze on the male body, while documenting the photographer’s exploration of the body cult in contemporary society. All of the images from 2022 were tak-en with a Leica SL2.

About the photographer: Nadine Dinter started working as a photographer in 1991, initially focusing on im-ages of sculptures and portraiture. Her first exhibition was in 1998 at Schering AG. Further presentations of her photographic works in Berlin and New York followed: Project Angel + Project Angel Reloaded (2001, NYC), Essence of Winter (2002, NYC), In the Eye of the Beholder (2004, Berlin), and Janus-Faced (2013, Ber-lin). From 2006 she worked as a freelance photographer for various publications. She has been represented by akg-images since 2000. More information: @dinterphotography

About the gallery: HAZEGALLERY was founded in 2019 with the mission of sharing Berlin’s young contempo-rary art scene with the world through exhibitions, pop-up shows, and art gatherings. More information: www.haze.gallery
Opening hours: Tue -Fr 11 am – 3 pm and by appointment

3D online exhibition „POLE“ by ANNA SAMOYLOVA

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3D online exhibition "POLE" by ANNA SAMOYLOVA

Everyone’s life has changed in the past six months. The news agenda leaves us numb and it is impossible to remain indifferent to what is happening in the world. It is especially difficult when you realise that you cannot directly influence the injustice taking place.

The project POLE is a visual diary that artist Anna Samoylova has been keeping since February 24th. The works in this series convey the artist’s inner feelings and her attitude toward the aggressive confrontation that is happening right now before our eyes and without our consent.  The linocuts are not literal illustrations, but rather allegorical images that arise as flashes in the artist’s memory, under the influence of strong feelings and experiences: emptiness and a familiar landscape, the words of a popular song, a reminder of real-life events – they are like puzzles, put together in a single, elusive image, like the landscape that we see from the window of a rushing train. All the works are made in the same size, in the format of a rectangle, which visually resembles a window leading into another surreal reality, the world of our memories and images. In her work, Anna asks the difficult questions inherent in our time: how to continue to love a country where your voice is worthless? What to do about the oppressive sense of guilt that settles inside many today?

The linocuts in the POLE series include hand embroidery, pearl trim, and prints on grass-dyed fabric in an already signature shade of red for the artist. The choice of this color was once inspired by traditional techniques, but now, in the context of the exhibition, red also becomes a symbol of inner anxiety, a permanent premonition of trouble that envelops us like a sticky fog.

There are no people here, only symbols, objects, and words. This selection of images is chosen intentionally, to give the viewer an outsider’s view of the artist’s feelings, abstracted from the physiological and corporeal.

ANNA SAMOYLOVA 

Anna Samoylova (b. 1995) lives and works in Moscow. In search of national identity, the artist explores the culture of the Russian countryside, everyday life, customs, and costumes, interpreting them in her works. Anna Samoylova’s graphic red subjects tell universal stories of women growing up, becoming, and resisting, where modernity and the past, truth, and fiction can mix. Anna treats circulation works as reverently as she does large canvases: she dyes the fabric on which the drawings are made by hand, printing on it and embroidering it.

Yaroslav Klochkov „They’re always watching“

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They’re always watching

Photographer: Yaroslav Klochkov @yaroslav.klochkov
Creative Director + Stylist: Farnaz Dadashi @farnazdadashi
Producer: Maya Kazenova @zlayamaiya @maarcollective
Models: Lera ‘aka’ Zeus ( Elite NYC ) + Liana Nogovisyna ( Tmg Management ) @zeusismyalterego @elitenyc | @liil.rose @tmg.management
Style Assistant: Andrew Gutrov @andrewgutrov
Makeup Artist: Valerie Vitko @valerievitko
Makeup Assistant: Elena Smirnova @coooopp
Hair Artist: Darya Sevostyanova @sevanova

Shot on film documentary style, our story follows Lera and Liana as they travel around various brutalist, constructivist, and Stalinist architectural locations including the Tass building, Moscow metro, the Kotelnicheskaya Embankment, and dom na nozhkah( house with the legs).

Dressed in an array of provocative emerging and established Russian and Ukrainian designers, the aesthetic has a deeper meaning than what meets the eye as the general attitudes towards sexuality, gender, and self-expression are much more fluid and evolved than what the west perceives.
These girls are assertive yet feminine they use fashion as a space to play with gender, power, and the notions of public and private.

„The past is what bonds us. The future is what leads us.“

Lera Wears Top: Odor Corset + Trench: ttswtrs, Latex Leggings: Sorelle Moscow, Pearl Accessory: Love Goods Lingerie

Liana wears Butterfly Top: Ch4rm, Faux Fur: Alisa Kuzembaeva, Skirt: Outlaw Moscow, Boots: Sintezia | Lera wears Suit: Roma Uvarov, Corset: Sorelle Moscow, Boots: Void Shoes

Lera wears Crop Top: ttswtrs, Pearl Bra:Love Goods Lingerie, Faux Leather Suit: Sorelle, Boots: Sintezia

Lera Wears Top: Odor Corset + Trench: ttswtrs, Latex Leggings: Sorelle Moscow, Pearl Accessory: Love Goods Lingerie

Liana wears Butterfly Top: Ch4rm, Faux Fur: Alisa Kuzembaeva, Skirt: Outlaw Moscow, Boots: Sintezia | Lera wears Suit: Roma Uvarov, Corset: Sorelle Moscow, Boots: Void Shoes

Lera wears Sweater: Red September, Lace Bralette: Atelier Biser, Leather Jacket: Alexander Arutyunov, Corseted Skirt: Outlaw Moscow, Stockings: Wolfrod, Heels: Sintezia

Lera wears Sweater: Red September, Lace Bralette: Atelier Biser, Leather Jacket: Alexander Arutyunov, Corseted Skirt: Outlaw Moscow, Stockings: Wolfrod, Heels: Sintezia

Lera wears Corset + Skirt Combo: ttswtrs Lace + Feather Gloves: Atelier Biser, Boots: Alexander Arutyunov Liana wears corseted feather Top: Atelier Biser, Tattoo Bodysuit: ttswtrs, Lace-up Jeans: Empty Industries, Boots: Void Shoes

Lera wears Corset + Skirt Combo: ttswtrs Lace + Feather Gloves: Atelier Biser, Boots: Alexander Arutyunov Liana wears corseted feather Top: Atelier Biser, Tattoo Bodysuit: ttswtrs, Lace-up Jeans: Empty Industries, Boots: Void Shoes

Lera wears Corset + Skirt Combo: ttswtrs Lace + Feather Gloves: Atelier Biser, Boots: Alexander Arutyunov Liana wears corseted feather Top: Atelier Biser, Tattoo Bodysuit: ttswtrs, Lace-up Jeans: Empty Industries, Boots: Void Shoes