It is a pleasure to invite you to the premiere of our next art exhibition “Agata Zaleszczyk – Hamme Portraits” by Agata Zaleszczyk – Hamme.
Come to discover Zaleszczyk’s ongoing creative exploration, in which “the line, the brushstroke, the colour themselves tell actual stories”.
Check out the artist’s work on www.az-hamme.com
Friday, January 17, 2020.
7 Pm at Gat Point Charlie
Please confirm your attendance via email to firstname.lastname@example.org before 10.01.2020.
Gatrooms, the chain behind the Gat Point Charlie Hotel in Berlin and the Gat Rossio Hotel in Lisbon, stands apart for being an integral part of the cultural offer in its home cities. It holds four exhibitions a year in each of the two hotels, among other events such as workshops and artistic performances.
This autumn, we have the privilege of exhibiting the work of well-known international artists who draw on internal reflection and use different techniques to push the boundaries of art. The exhibitions will run from September to November.
In Berlin, the “Picatsso” exhibition by Sol Felpeto.
See the vernissage pictures
Venezuela-born Sol Felpeto is a multicultural artist who, in her own words, “seeks to translate art into something immediately catchy, making a connection between the known and the new to create emotions”. In this respect, and in her desire to “rewrite history using animals”, Felpeto has adapted Picasso’s masterpieces using her unique Pop Artoons style, replacing the classic protagonists with cats.
In Lisbon, “The Art of (de)construction” by artist Marco Laborda.
See the vernissage pictures
Artist Marco Laborda hails from Barcelona and, as he himself explains, wears “several hats, all of which tilt towards art.” Fascinated with portraiture, collage is his main form of artistic expression, in which “he cuts and pastes vivid elements to produce portraits that are reminiscent of Francis Bacon’s disfigured characters or Francisco de Goya’s realistic portraits”.
The best thing about an art gallery being in a hotel is that it is open to the public every day of the week:
Gat Point Charlie Hotel: Mauerstraße 81-82, 10117 Berlin
Gat Rossio Hotel: R. do Jardim do Regedor 27-35, 1150-193 Lisbon.
Gat Point Charlie hotel in Berlin will host on August 17 an art exhibition, which is the most appropriate of all since it consists of works where the protagonists are cats! And to make it even more interesting, they are inspired by the works of Pablo Picasso.
All this is done by the artist Sol Felpeto, who will be in the opening day and with whom you will be able to chat amidst drinks and snacks.
Sol Felpeto (1990) is a multicultural artist born in Venezuela. She spent her childhood and adolescence between Buenos Aires and Madrid and sporadically living in other countries with her family. In Argentina, she began her studies in the? veterinary medicine school but, after three years, she decided to follow her creative rush and, at the age of 21, she moved for good to Spain and studied Fashion and Creative Direction at European Institute of Design (IED). Those four years of creative studies led to developing herself as an illustrator and painter within her style called «Poop Arttoons», a mixture of art, humour, and animals. She graduated in June 2016 and immediately participated in her very first exhibition along with other artists of the new generation. This is when she takes the first step towards art as a profession.
We are very happy to invite you to the #Vernissage “Picatsso” 🐈😹. Saturday 17 August. 7 Pm at Gat Rooms Hotels
Day: August 17
Time: 7 pm
Place: Hotel Gat Point Charlie, Mauerstraße 81-82, 10117 Berlin, Germany
At Gat Point Charlie Hotel we are hosting an art exhibition called “Foreign Countries” by Núñez del Prado y Eriván Phumpiú. Come to the Hotel Gat Point Charlie (Mauerstrasse 81-82, Berlin) to check it out!
About the authors:
Alonso Núñez del Prado and Eriván Phumpiú Cuba grew up in Lima, Perú, but currently, they call Berlin their home.
Their art is performed with an own creation, personal and intimate language, that, yet, connects directly with its society.
The common links in their works are the intense colours and spontaneous movements, which reflect their personalities.
Nonetheless, each artistic proposal is different since the colour and the movement is used for independent purposes.
Santiago de Chile is 12,517 kilometres away from Berlin. Whether it’s far or close, depends on the point of view.
Gat Point Charlie presents the new art exhibition “Relativity of Distance”, a selection of photography series, collages, and texts made by the artists, father and daughter, Elías Lizama H. and Florencia Lizama Z. which altogether question the relativity of distance.
We are delighted to invite you to the exhibit’s opening on Saturday 23rd of February 2019 at 19 pm at Gat Point Charlie.
Please, confirm your attendance to email@example.com no later than the 18th of February.
Opening day: 23rd of February 2019 at 19 pm
Venue: Hotel Gat Point Charlie (Mauerstraße 81-82, 10117 Berlin, Germany)
The exhibition “Schau mich an”, by Alan Myers (Argentinean), Beatriz Crespo (Spanish) and Becky Jaraiz (Spanish), took place on Friday, 14 December, at 19h at Gat Point Charlie.
The exhibition is about portraits and illustration, that is why is called “Schau mich an” or “look at me”.
About the artists:
Alan Myers: https://www.myersalan.com/bio-1
Beatriz Crespo: http://beatrizcrespo.com/
Becky Jaraiz: http://beckyjaraiz.com/