Gallery70 is proud to welcome , in the framework of the cultural activities of German October 2023, a captivating exhibition that celebrates the creative prowess of two remarkable female artists, Irena Buzi from Tirana, Albania and GabrielA Schenke from Berlin, Germany.
Gallery70 at Toptani Center, Tirana Gallery70 is proud to present for the first time in Albania a duo show by the Swedish artists: David Krantz and Lars Brunstrom. David Krantz, born in Stockholm, living in southern Sweden.
“The self-portraits of Mikel Temo are realized in one of the most unusual periods, that of the pandemic, of the crisis, of all the cracks experienced by humanity. They can be read as a hint, as a metaphor of running away from the isolation, loneliness, nightmare, from all the crises modern man experiences.
For its participation in Discovery Art Fair Cologne, Gallery70 will feature the artists Martin Stommel (b.1969) DE and Jon Kraja (b.1970) AL , presenting artworks created during 2022 and 2023, exhibited for the first time to the public during the art fair.
Gallery70 is happy to host a group exhibition from Los Angeles based artist collective Durden and Ray. Los Angeles is a city where all the world’s cultures convene, Disparate Alleys highlights this distinguishing feature of the city.
Opening event of “In Brushwood” by Susanne Lund Pangrazio at Gallery70 with the presence of the artist and of the Ambassador of Sweden in Albania, Ms. Elsa Hastad
“When we dream , we travel to places that we know but they look somehow bizarre” – Susanne Lund Pangrazio, in an interview with SCANTV about her exhibition “In Brushwood” at Gallery70 in Tirana
Brushwood is an almost impenetrable kind of vegetation, it’s the kind of nature that resists the human touch, and so allows other life forms a haven. As a painter the word ‘brushwood’ offers a play with words; brush-wood. The inner images are painted into woods of brush strokes, let loose in a land on the linen surface.
War. Pandemic. Climate change. Inflation. At the core of our time there is crisis. And in the midst of this crisis there are countries, cities and villages. There are people. There are swimming pools. There is space. There is care. There is love. There is art. There is a free world. There is a city called Tirana. A Gallery called Gallery70.
In this perspective the “abstract” is real, it is part of our body, of the creation, before it is what we know: the opposite of concrete or figurative. What we label as abstract, even in art, proves that we do not know the essence of that thing, as what we call “coincidence” proves our nescience about the cause.