Into.Gallery

Into.Gallery Established in 2023, Into Gallery emerges as a dual presence, combining the online and offline dimensions of the contemporary art scene.
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Into.Gallery permeates current issues in the visual arts in its curatorial focus, such as identity, memory, artivism, micropolitics and sexuality. Our lineup of artists work in different media, including photography, painting, sculpture, film and new media. Taking as its premise the poetics of the body in action, Into.Gallery proposes different forms of representation of the body at the centre of

the discussion. For the contemporary artists featured, the body is not just a support like a canvas to be painted, but a node of sensations and sensibilities that assumes the concomitant roles of subject and object, which merge in a way that symbolizes the mixture of issues and criticism. Demystifying the body can go through different paths, from overexposure to its absence. Each artist has his own key to think and place the body as an instrument of art, contemporary visuality and the perception of the world that is made in each one.

The portrait painting compositions embody the feeling of movement in slow motion. Her painted faces are in ceaceless int...
10/01/2024

The portrait painting compositions embody the feeling of movement in slow motion. Her painted faces are in ceaceless intermediate states. These are snapshots between what was and what will be. The zooming on the faces or the seemingly calm figures are never frozen because the state of peace is utopian. The figures dance within themselves, allowing the movement of the soul, giving themselves to a peculiar trance when revelation occurs unconsciously. Alvine Bautra considers movement as a metaphor of human being, the human multi-layered nature, diversity and also uncertainty. Through the paintings she outlines the complicity of human mind and body in the existence.

Portrait paintings capture slow-motion movement, faces frozen in intermediate states. Alvine Bautra explores the dance within, a metaphor for human complexity and uncertainty.

08/01/2024

Under the artist's lens, the self-portrait morphs into a profound exploration of intrinsic qualities and the psychology of the creator.

03/01/2024

Muralism's rich history, from ancient frescoes to modern urban expressions, unfolds a vibrant dialogue between art and society.

29/12/2023

As we bid adieu to 2023, Into.Gallery wishes you a splendid 2024!

We express our sincere gratitude to everyone who has graced us with their presence during December. Next year, we will return with a plethora of exhibitions and shows, providing you with even more engaging moments in the gallery.

Our doors will open to welcome you back when we resume our artistic journey on 2 January.

Delve into the Figurative Artistry of Jana Jacob.
22/12/2023

Delve into the Figurative Artistry of Jana Jacob.

Berlin-based painter Jana Jacob presents a series of figurative paintings that capture the authenticity of individuals in their most private settings.

In 'Anthropology of Beauty,' Renato Soares reveals the beauty and wisdom in indigenous customs through 30 years of exten...
20/12/2023

In 'Anthropology of Beauty,' Renato Soares reveals the beauty and wisdom in indigenous customs through 30 years of extensive research covering 90+ ethnicities across Brazil.

Renato Soares' Anthropology of Beauty: Unveiling Indigenous Wisdom and Beauty Through 30 Years of Passionate Research Across 90+ Brazilian Ethnicities.

Discover our collection online.
18/12/2023

Discover our collection online.

Into.Gallery, the online art gallery, highlights talent from Berlin and beyond, connecting local and international artists.

Artwork by photographer Anna Karvounari becomes part of the permanent collection of the Museum of Avant-garde in Switzer...
18/12/2023

Artwork by photographer Anna Karvounari becomes part of the permanent collection of the Museum of Avant-garde in Switzerland.

Recognised for her self-portraits, Anna Karvounari's work joins the Swiss collection of the Museum of Avant-garde.

Tomorrow we will open our doors from 14:00 to 19:00 for a special birthday occasion. It will also be a unique opportunit...
15/12/2023

Tomorrow we will open our doors from 14:00 to 19:00 for a special birthday occasion. It will also be a unique opportunity to appreciate the creations of 22 artists represented by our gallery.

16 December - 2023, 14:00 - 19:00.
Into.Gallery @ Kant-Garagen
Kantstraße 127,
1. OG
10625 Berlin

Interwoven with delicate threads and adorned with sinuous lines, the fabric sculptures created by Rima Day evoke a resem...
14/12/2023

Interwoven with delicate threads and adorned with sinuous lines, the fabric sculptures created by Rima Day evoke a resemblance to the Japanese talismans known as senninbari.
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The textile works crafted by the artist Rima Day are intricately bound by trailing threads and embellished with meandering lines that traverse the page.

Next Saturday, we'll be opening our doors from 14:00 to 19:00 for a special birthday occasion. It will also be a unique ...
13/12/2023

Next Saturday, we'll be opening our doors from 14:00 to 19:00 for a special birthday occasion. It will also be a unique opportunity to appreciate the creations of 22 artists represented by our gallery.

16 December - 2023, 14:00 - 19:00.
Into.Gallery @ Kant-Garagen
Kantstraße 127,
1. OG
10625 Berlin

Next Saturday, we invite you to take part in a special meeting dedicated to appreciating the works of the artists repres...
12/12/2023

Next Saturday, we invite you to take part in a special meeting dedicated to appreciating the works of the artists represented by the gallery.
The event will take place in our salon on the first floor of Kant-Garage, from 14:00 to 19:00. We welcome your presence and participation in this gathering.

16 December - 2023, 14:00 - 19:00.
Into.Gallery @ Kant-Garagen
Kantstraße 127,
1. OG
10625 Berlin

Thank you for joying the opening of BODIES, our first group exhibition last Thursday. On show works by 22 artists who ex...
09/12/2023

Thank you for joying the opening of BODIES, our first group exhibition last Thursday.

On show works by 22 artists who explore the human body in its essence and emphasise its interaction with their social environment. 22 different perspectives that use different media to illuminate the oldest subject in art history: Ourselves.

The exhibition marked the launch of the online gallery www.into.gallery and the inauguration of their premises in the Kant-Garagen in Charlottenburg, Berlin.

Participating artists

Alvine Bautra, Anna Karvounari, Axel Schneegaß, Christian Boehmer, Christian Gaul, Erica Mizú, Gustavo Amaral, Helmut Breineder, Jana Jacob, Lilith Terra, Lluís Estopiñan, Lucas Moraes, Olga Urbanek, Petula Girndt, Renato Soares, Rima Day, Rodrigo Linhares, Roman Kasperski, Salvatore Siciliano, Swen Brandy, Torsten Solin, Xavier Masero

The Team

Founder and director Daniela Bevervanso
Exhibition manager Bruna Marco Antonio
Editor and PR Oswaldo Maria Bueno
Contributing editor Ivi Brasil
Exhibition set-up Vinicius Leite
Video creator and photographer Carlos Dessbesell-Schüler
Graphic design Marcelo Pereira
Digital Media Manager Ruby Yoo

19/10/2023

Anna Karvounari is a self-taught photographer from Greece, currently based in Athens. Her work stands out for its unique approach to creating conceptual self-portraits, in which the solitary female figure plays a central role. Through her images, she seeks to deeply explore themes related to feminine nature, while at the same time giving voice to her deepest personal feelings.

For Anna, the act of creating self-portraits transcends the realm of simple image capture, becoming a powerful exercise in self-reflection and an ongoing internal dialogue. Her ability to integrate conceptual and emotional elements in her creations culminates in a visual narrative that encourages the viewer to deeply explore the nuances of human experience, particularly in the context of femininity.

Detail:
Anna Karvounari
"Ocean"
2021
50 x 75 cm
Photograph printed on Creative Smooth paper 260 g/m².






Contemporary art gallery

Alvine Bautra's artistic approach to her portrait compositions incorporates the sensation of slow-motion movement. Withi...
15/08/2023

Alvine Bautra's artistic approach to her portrait compositions incorporates the sensation of slow-motion movement. Within her works, the painted faces exist in a perpetual state of transition, suspended between past moments and those yet to materialize. Even within the apparent stillness of her figures, a sense of continuous motion is sustained, as genuine tranquility remains an almost idealistic notion. In Alvine Bautra's artistry, the figures engage in an internal dance, with each movement mirroring the rhythm of the soul. For the artist, the concept of movement serves as an inherent metaphor for the human condition, encompassing its multifaceted layers, diversity, and the uncertainty that defines it. Through her paintings, Alvine delineates the complicity of mind and body within existence.

Alvine Bautra

Details:

"Are you an adaptation machine"
2021
60 cm x 80 cm
Oil on canvas

"In the sun I feel as one"
2021
80 cm x 45 cm
Oil on canvas






09/08/2023

Multidisciplinary artist Lluís Estopiñan focuses on producing works based on analogue photography, exploring the concept of memory and consciousness.
In his creations, which stand out for their post-photographic approach, Lluís combines elements of abstract painting and installation. The creative process inherent in each project opens up space for experimentation, and the surprises that emerge from this process give it an unpredictable dimension. In this way, the result of his work transcends the mere creation of images, giving rise to art objects.

Lluís Estopiñan
"Memory Gap 10"







Contemporary art gallery

Photographer and film director Christian Gaul is essentially a portraitist, as he defines himself.In Brazil, Christian G...
30/07/2023

Photographer and film director Christian Gaul is essentially a portraitist, as he defines himself.
In Brazil, Christian Gaul worked as a photojournalist and advertising as a fashion photographer. His portfolio includes several fashion editorials for Vogue, Harper's Bazaar, GQ, Pl***oy and Rolling Stone magazines. The artist has also done photographic reports for the sports magazine Trip, also known for its coverage of themes such as politics, s*x and culture, as well for the daily brazilian newspaper "O Dia", for which he explored daily violence in the favelas of Rio de Janeiro. Currently, Christian Gaul lives in Berlin, city where he explores his personal contemporary photographic art projects.

Christian Gaul
Free Skin Series, 2020

Detail:
Skin Deep
30 cm x 30 cm

Photograph printed on Hahnemühle Photo Rag Cotton Paper (grammage: 308 g/m²)







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19/04/2023

Salvatore Siciliano's work deeply embraces varied dimensions and universes. Drawing, painting and movement are intrinsically part of his compositions loaded with inspirations the artist's practice in the universe of dance and choreography that comes to enrich the strong sensuality of his works.

In a certain way, with bases of interpretation between religion and sensuality, between the theatrical and the raw, the works of Salvatore Siciliano evoke connections and analysis on the complexity of the unconscious and the corporal, to later end up in distortions, sometimes brutal. Tension and instability, where themes between the earthly and celestial intersect, undeniably mark the artist's work.

Salvatore Siciliano
Almost here n. 4, 2022
Mixed technique on paper
56 cm x 76 cm





Contemporary art gallery

HOME is a set of portraits in which people pose naturally in their most intimate environment: their sofas. Naked in a re...
14/12/2022

HOME is a set of portraits in which people pose naturally in their most intimate environment: their sofas. Naked in a relaxed posture, without posing for a perfect shape. Everything is shown in one moment, when they are alone and drop their masks. Details like a subtle smile, the texture of the sofa fabric, or the incident light are explored and portrayed with a cold colour palette. Moreover, the interaction between their interiors - environmental and psychological - becomes visible.

Jana Jacob
Home, 2020-2021

Details:
1- Leen
120 cm x 100 cm
2- Salvatore
60 cm x 60 cm
3- Mab
60 cm x 60 cm

Acrylic on canvas

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A HEAD OF TIME is a photographic series in which Christian Gaul follows the daily life of the zungueiros, street vendors...
10/12/2022

A HEAD OF TIME is a photographic series in which Christian Gaul follows the daily life of the zungueiros, street vendors who roam the city of Accra, the capital of Ghana. The zungueiros carry bowls or other containers with various products on their heads. They are the heirs of the traditional quitandeiros - small traders involved in street vending in the colonial phase of the 17th century. Gaul used the same technique as his fashion photos to portray this centuries-old African practice.

"In essence, I am a portraitist - I have done it this way, that way, naked, dressed; and after decades I have come to the conclusion that the ultimate portrait, for me, is the head - only it. My talks have been with faces. There is nothing I love more than admiring a face. I speak of any facial structure, which I see as landscapes. Landscapes that talk, think, exchange with me, sweat, frown, and look at me too. It's that story - our relationships are fundamentally with that part of the body.”

Christian Gaul
A Head of Time, 2020
50cm x 50cm
Photography

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