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Exhibitions of Luzia Simons at ALEXANDER OCHS PRIVATE

ALEXANDER OCHS PRIVATEDE

ALEXANDER OCHS PRIVATE
Schillerstr. 15
10625 Berlin

+49 (0)30-45 086 878


www.alexanderochs-private.com

Wed-Fri 13-18, Sat 11-15

MIRRORS

MIRRORS

10 Nov – 18 Dec 2015
Exhibitions like these often unintentionally bestow special stories on us. Born in 1909 in São Paulo as a descendant of the jewish familiy Marx in Trier Roberto Burle Marx came to Berlin with his parents in 1928/29. He performed in bars and at parties as a pianist and singer. In the botanic greenhouses in Berlin-Dahlem he discovered the ample domestic Brazilian flora. Remigrated to Brazil Marx studied painting and became a painter and landscape architect and worked together among oth…

ALEXANDER OCHS PRIVATEDE

ALEXANDER OCHS GALLERIES BERLIN | BEIJING
Besselstr. 14
10969 Berlin

+49 (0)30-45 086 878


www.alexanderochs-private.com

Wed-Fri 13-18, Sat 11-15

AMAZONAS PATH

AMAZONAS PATH

15 Mar – 26 Apr 2014
ALEXANDER OCHS GALLERIES BERLIN | BEIJING is delighted to open the second solo exhibition of renowned Brazilian artist Luzia Simons in its gallery space. Numerous exhibitions made Luzia Simons known for her visually powerful orchestration of tulip images. Recently, she realized a site specific installation at the Pinacoteca do Estao de Sao Paulo, Brazil while her work could also be admired in the exhibition Flowers & Mushrooms at the Museum der Moderne Salzburg (Modern…

ALEXANDER OCHS PRIVATEDE

ALEXANDER OCHS GALLERIES BERLIN I BEIJING
Besselstr. 14
10969 Berlin

+49 (0)30-45 086 878


www.alexanderochs-private.com

Wed-Fri 13-18, Sat 11-15

Stockage

Stockage

4 Feb – 17 Mar 2012
Luzia Simons was born in 1953 in Quixadá, Brazil and lives in Berlin. She first studied history until 1978 and then Fine Arts at the Sorbonne University in Paris from 1984 to 1986.In Luzia Simons work, the floral still life takes on a multi-layered cultural and socio-political statement. For one, the artist studies the history of the tulip, which became an important symbol of identification in both the Orient and the Occident. Taken from this historical context, the tulip becomes…
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