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In his first exhibition at Galerie Thomas Schulte Canadian artist David Hartt will present a new photographic series alongside a new film, whose genesis began with Robert Rauschenberg's influential journey along the East Coast of the United States in the autumn of 1980.

Press Release

David Hartt’s photographs, videos, sculptures, and installations offer a sensitive and concise portrait of our post-industrial, post-communist, late-capitalist societies. The artist creates work that unpacks the social, cultural, and economic complexities of his various subjects. For Hartt, “place” is a way to investigate community, narrative, ideologies, and the intersection of private and …

David Hartt’s photographs, videos, sculptures, and installations offer a sensitive and concise portrait of our post-industrial, post-communist, late-capitalist societies. The artist creates work that unpacks the social, cultural, and economic complexities of his various subjects. For Hartt, “place” is a way to investigate community, narrative, ideologies, and the intersection of private and public life.

In his first exhibition at Galerie Thomas Schulte Canadian artist David Hartt (born in Montréal in 1967) will present a new photographic series alongside a new film, whose genesis began with …

Location

Charlottenstrasse 24
Berlin, DE
Monday, Sunday, Closed
Tuesday–Saturday, 12pm–6pm