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Elizaveta Porodina


Woman in a green blouse with her hands in front of her face.
© Elizaveta Porodina - Julia Banas, 2021

In Un/Masked, artist Elizaveta Porodina invites us to peer behind our masks, holding up a mirror to ourselves. Her abstract and surrealist photographs, in the interplay of light, color, and shadow, also reflect her inner world.

“I grant my audience a window into my subconscious with my work.” 
Elizaveta Porodina

Born in Moscow and based in Munich, the artist arrived in Germany as a teenager as a so-called “quota refugee”, feeling displaced and isolated. Painting became an escape; studying the works of Henri Matisse, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Mikhail Vrubel, and Pablo Picasso became a passion. Mixing bold colors with expressive faces, she has remained true to this style. Her subjects are no longer painted with brushes but come to life through carefully arranged sets and artistic lighting.

In Un/Masked, Porodina invites us to reflect on human nature. As a trained clinical psychologist, she is intrigued by emotion-driven behavior. She sees her art as an experiment, combining the hidden and contradictory sides of ourselves. At its core are people, each their own universe yearning to connect with others.

With her poetic photographs, Elizaveta Porodina has made a significant contribution to contemporary photography.

Until 15 Sept 2024

Andy Warhol

After the Party

Who are you when the party is over? When you stop trying to impress others, dare to be vulnerable and seen for who you really are? After The Party reveals a different side to Andy Warhol; an individual longing to belong, captured through his camera lens.

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Portrait of Andy Warhol wearing a blonde wig, looking into the camera.

Until 15 Sept 2024

Joanna Dudley


How much of life is determined by what you have been told is possible? What does it take to break free and forge your own path? In WE WILL SLAM YOU WITH OUR WINGS, Joanna Dudley presents a transformative narrative.

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Girl with red hair shouting.