Nomadic Stammtisch V: Gwendolyn Kerber Studio Visit and Potluck June 29th, 13:00
Questions of “looking” and “perception” are central issues in the painters studio, something that is integral to the practice of painting. Hours of engagement exploring a vast history, as well as context, gesture, color, light, form, and mark-making make up a special dialog in contemporary painting. Join us for a relaxed studio visit and discussion with Gwendolyn Kerber about her current research mediated by painter and USArtBerlin board member Michael Markwick.
Gwendolyn Kerber is an American painter living and working in Berlin. She has taught at Pratt Institute, The University of Connecticut, Trinity College, and Bucks County Community College. She has a B.A. from Hampshire College, a B.F.A. from the Cleveland Institute of Art, attended the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture and earned an M.F.A. in painting at Yale University. She was recently awarded a Pollock-Krasner Foundation grant.
June 29th, Saturday
Please bring something to share for lunch! (Drinks will be provided.)
Location: Klosterstr. 44 10179
10 members maximum
Please RSVP to: [email protected]
There are two front doors to the building. The one to use is next to the large gate to the hof. There is a sign over it that says TD . (For Theater Discounter). The studio is on the top floor. If you need to come up in the freight elevator please let us know ahead of time and it can easily be arranged. Signs will mark the way. Klosterstr. 44 10179