20 - 31 December 2018
Project Space Herrmannstrasse 225 Berlin, Germany
The Perennial Art Show/ O Tannenbaum
Tursday 20 December till the end of the year.
Hermannstrasse 232, Berlin Neukoelln
artists: David Edward Allen, Michelle Alperin, Cees Andriessen, Maria Anwander, Lucio Auri, Dave Ball, George Barber, Andrew Barton, Sabrina Basten, Thomas Behling, Geeske Bijker, Magnus Bjerk, Margreet Bouman, Chantal Breukers, André Catarino, Tintin Cooper, Aquil Copier, Anuli Croon, Monika Dahlberg, Lizza May David, Jeroen de Leijer, Paul de Reus, Angela Dwyer, Felix and Mumford, Andrew Gilbert, Anne-Bénédicte Girot, Carola Göllner, Melle Hammer, Geoffrey Harrison, BjØrn Hegardt, Martina Heinz, Jeroen Hennemann, Helena Hernández, Sipke Huismans, Sarah Hurley, Jay Isaac, Nancy Jones, Jeroen Jongeleen, Rijnder Kamerbeek, Dionisis Kavallieratos, Marte Kiessling, Michael Kirkham, Guda Koster, Arno Kramer, Gerda Kruimer, Itie Langeland, Nicolas Manenti, Ton Martens, Irini Mavromatidou, Stuart McGarey, Nathan Menglesis, Fiona Michie, Jans Muskee, Joe Neave, Nam Nguyen, Jurgen Ostarhild, Harry Piller, Uwe Poth, Mischa Rakier, Samantha Rees, Arnaud Rochard, Christine Rusche, Ronald Ruseler, Anastasia Savinova, Raimon Sibilo, André Smits, Roland Sohier, Alex Tennigkeit, Floris Tilanus, Tippi Tillvind, Eveline Van de Griend, Cathelijn van Goor, Ab van Hanegem, Frans van Tartwijk, V & B, Joep Verbeek, Dirk Verschure, Eefje Versteegen, Witte Wartena, Scott Weiner, Anne Wölk, Henry Woller, Sasha Zivkovic
Witte Wartena is the founder of the association "Perennial Art". Perennial Art is a group of contemporary artists that curate exhibitions within temporary spaces. Our aim is to introduce selected artists to a new public. By inviting emerging and established international contemporaries, our aim is to introduce the public to a diverse and interesting group of artists. Perennial hopes this idea will flourish and lead to further more exciting exhibitions in the future. After the first exhibition each artist featured in the show will then transport /transplant our work to their country of residence, acting as the secondary stem/off roots. By having the second exhibition in their city the new roots are planted allowing room to flourish on foreign soil.