Reflecting the Human Spectrum
Till Graßmann | Oleg Soul | Horst Wagner
We are looking forward to the upcoming group exhibition “Associating the Solitudes: Reflecting the Human Spectrum,” curated by Natalja Nouri. This thought-provoking show, opening on January 20th, 2024, and running until February 16th, 2024, features the compelling works of three distinguished artists: Till Graßmann, Oleg Soul, and Horst Wagner.
“ Associating the Solitudes: Reflecting the Human Spectrum” is an exhibition that encapsulates the introspective journeys and artistic inquiries of its contributors. Through the neo-impressionistic sceneries of Graßmann, the abstract dynamism of Soul, and the philosophical narratives of Wagner, the exhibition presents a cohesive exploration of the diverse emotional and existential human experiences. Each work serves as a beacon, guiding viewers through the realms of self-reflection, environmental engagement, and the quest for meaning within the contemporary globalized context.
Please join us for the opening reception on January 20th, 2024, to celebrate the union of these extraordinary artists and the unveiling of their introspective visions.
The exhibition will be moderated by Jasmin Eikmeier, whose insightful perspectives will bridge the conversations between the artworks and the audience. The opening reception will feature an eloquent speech by Dr. Davood Khazaie, a renowned literary art critic and international curator, whose profound understanding of the artistic dialogue will undoubtedly enrich the inaugural proceedings.
Natalja Nouri has curated an exhibition that promises to leave an indelible mark on its visitors. “Associating the Solitudes ” encourages a dialogue that transcends the boundaries of language and culture, fostering a shared understanding of our solitary pursuits for meaning and connection.
The Pashmin Art Gallery, renowned for its dedication to showcasing transformative art, is proud to host this exhibition at its Hamburg Branch. The gallery invites art enthusiasts, critics, and the public to engage with these powerful works from January 20th to February 16th, 2024.