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Mode2 Offerings in Berlin!

Mode2 Offerings in Berlin!

Although famous graffiti-legend Mode2 already stayed in Berlin for a long time (a painted several impressing murals, e.g. at Schau Fenster Gallery and Jacki Terrasse), he still didn’t had a solo-exhibition in town – until now!

Lucas Carrieri Gallery is going to exhibit a new series of paintings by Mode2 this Friday! Simply entitled Offerings, Mode2 presents large-scale paintings of the female body, drawn from a specific perspective…

This perspectival point of view suggests that the female is significantly larger than the canvas, making her appear like a goddess. Underlining this position are the male figures in the paintings – much smaller than the female figure – that appear to be making offerings to the goddesses.

The sexual atmosphere in Mode2 artworks makes you think about your own sexuality, what probably creates a very intimate exhibition. I’m really looking forward to this show and will definitely take some photos for those who can’t make it!

Date: September 23th, 7pm
Location: Lucas Carrieri Gallery, Potsdamerstr. 103, 10785 Berlin

Via e-mail. For more info visit lucascarrieri.com.

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  1. Don´t you think it´s a bit sexistic?

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