a window, a floor, credit cards, a bench

Anna-Sophie Berger, Lukas Müller, Virginia Overton, Augustas Serapinas

May 17 – June 23, 2018

Unit 4 Huntingdon Estate, Bethnal Green Rd, London E1 6JU

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    Installation View, a window, a floor, credit cards, a bench, 2018
    Installation View, a window, a floor, credit cards, a bench, 2018
    Anna-Sophie Berger, The kids are alright (detail), 2016, wood, steel, paint, 25 x 220 x 50 cm
    Lukas Müller, Tourist, 2016, metal, industrial foam, credit cards, 76 x 11 x 11 cm
    Installation View, a window, a floor, credit cards, a bench, 2018
    Virginia Overton, Untitled (floor/subfloor 25), 2014, wood, 63.9 x 77 x 4.2 cm
    Virginia Overton, Untitled (floor/subfloor 27), 2014, wood, 43.5 x 124.2 x 4.6 cm
    Virginia Overton, Untitled (floor/subfloor 15), 2014, wood, 76.9 x 55.5 x 4.5 cm
    Virginia Overton, Untitled (floor/subfloor 15) (detail), 2014, wood, 76.9 x 55.5 x 4.5 cm
    Installation View, a window, a floor, credit cards, a bench, 2018
    Lukas Müller, Identification, 2016, metal, spray paint, zip tie, identification card 10 x 10 cm
    Augustas Serapinas, Late Autumn in Magûnai, 2018, reclaimed wood, stained glass, 228 x 205 x 16 cm
    Augustas Serapinas, Late Autumn in Magūnai, 2018, reclaimed wood, stained glass, 228 x 205 x 16 cm
    Augustas Serapinas, Late Autumn in Magūnai (detail), 2018, reclaimed wood, stained glass, 228 x 205 x 16 cm
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Emalin is pleased to announce a group exhibition with works by Anna-Sophie Berger, Lukas Müller, Virginia Overton and Augustas Serapinas. Taking as a point of departure the idea of creative destruction, this exhibition brings together a group of works that engages the act of deconstructing and reconstituting an existing material surplus.

 

Anna-Sophie Berger (b. 1989 in Vienna, Austria) lives and works in Vienna. She studied fashion design and transmedia art at the University of Applied Arts Vienna. Selected solo exhibitions include The Fool At Sea, JTT (New York, USA. 2018); new words, Galerie Emanuel Layr (Rome, Italy. 2017); New York, Studio for Propositional Cinema (Düsseldorf, Germany. 2017); Places to fight and to make up, MUMOK (Vienna, Austria. 2016); Growing Horns, Ludlow38, Goethe Institute (New York, USA. 2015). Recent group exhibitions include Ars Viva 2018, S.M.A.K. (Ghent, Belgium. 2018); The summer vocation of a teenage bee, Contemporary Art Centre (Vilnius, Lithuania. 2018), In Between, Kunsthalle Wien (Vienna, Austria. 2017).

 

Lukas Müller (b. 1986 in Kassel, Germany) lives and works in Frankfurt am Main and Brussels. He studied at the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf under Albert Oehlen and Andreas Schulze. Selected solo exhibitions include Die lange Weile (with HC), Lucas Hirsch (Düsseldorf, Germany. 2018); Panorama Boa Vista (Porto, Portugal. 2017), Charge, Coalmine (Winterthur, Switzerland. 2016); Lukas Müller, Lucas Hirsch (Düsseldorf, Germany. 2016). Recent group exhibitions include Friend of a Friend Warsaw at Dawid Radziszewski (Warsaw, Poland. 2018); Skip Tracer, Marc LeBlanc (Chicago, USA. 2017), Okey Dokey, with Lomex and Stereo, Lucas Hirsch (Düsseldorf, Germany. 2017); To lie in the cheese, to smile in the butter, (with HC), Kunstsäle (Berlin, Germany. 2016)

 

Virginia Overton (b. 1971 in Nashville, TN, USA) lives and works in Brooklyn, NY, USA. She graduated with a BFA and MFA from the University of Memphis, Tennessee. Selected solo exhibitions include Virginia Overton, The Martha and Robert Fogelman Galleries of Contemporary Art, (Memphis, USA. 2018); Virginia Overton, Museum of Contemporary Art Tucson, (Tucson, USA. 2017); Virginia Overton, White Cube, (London, UK. 2016); Untitled (HILUX), Art Basel Parcours, (Basel, Switzerland. 2016); Virginia Overton, Kunsthalle Bern, (Bern, Switzerland. 2013). Recent group exhibitions include 99 Cents or Less, Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit, (Detroit, USA. 2017); N.Dash, Virginia Overton, B. Wurtz (form, content, place), Maisterravalbuena, (Lisbon, Portugal. 2017); Decade, Freymond-Guth, (Zürich, Switzerland. 2016).

 

Augustas Serapinas (b. 1990 in Vilnius, Lithuania) lives and works in Vilnius. He studied at the Vilnius Academy of Arts. Current and upcoming exhibitions include Blue Pen, David Dale Gallery (Glasgow, UK. 2018); Give Up The Ghost, Baltic Triennial 13 (Vilnius, Lithuania. 2018); Everything Was Forever, Until it Was No More, RIBOCA1 Riga Biennial of Contemporary Art (Riga, Latvia. 2018). Selected exhibitions include How To Live Together, Kunsthalle Wien (Vienna, Austria. 2017); Four Sheds, Fogo Island Arts (Newfoundland, Canada. 2016); Housewarming, Emalin (London, UK. 2016); Phillip, Lukas & Isidora, SALTS (Basel, Switzerland. 2015), 6th Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art, (Moscow, Russia. 2015).

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