Clark Goolsby

Direktorenhaus Museum for Arts Crafts Design, Berlin

5 – 28 May 2017

The Direktorenhaus in Berlin has been used as a creative space for numerous exhibitions of applied art, design, architecture and contemporary art since 2010. From May 5 to 28, 2017 the neon-coloured, geometric works and collages of Clark Goolsby will be on display.

In earlier times, the building served as the headquarters of the neighbouring Prussian Mint, built around 1798 by the architect Johann Heinrich Gentz. Today it is the home of the German the Deutsche Manufakturenstraße [Manufacturers’ Street] publisher of the art magazine „Objects Journal of Applied Arts“. The works by the artist Clark Goolsby are the product of his experiments with elements of surrealism and abstract nuances. Through their arrangement and combinations, the simple forms create a tension, allowing the viewer to perceive the individual layers and details of the works. Goolsby, who completed his bachelor's degree in Fine Arts at the University of San Diego, sees his art as a constantly changing, unpredictable process of creation.


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