• Micro Invasion by Masakatsu Sashie

    May 9 / August 9, 2016
    Masakatsu Sashie is a Japanese artist best known for his orb paintings of fictional world, filled with futuristic warnings about human’s tendencies for environmental dominance and over-consumption.

    Sashie’s artworks present an imaginary world depicting large, city-like spheres drifting above remains of a destroyed civilization. His gigantic orbs are created out of scraps of old constructions from the Showa-period (period of enlightened peace and harmony, period of radiant Japan during the time of reign of the Shōwa Emperor, Hirohito, from 1926 to 1989) and a pieces of mass production and mass consumption culture. Things like vending machines, pachinko parlors or fast food signs and video game components are woven into Masakatsu’s imagery in his orb painting (creating an orb using a light source).
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  • Peter Zimmermann's Diffusion 

    January 18 / April 18, 2016
    Anima Gallery Qatar is pleased to announce “Diffusion” a solo exhibition of paintings by Peter Zimmermann. Peter Zimmermann became well-known in the late 1980s, early 1990s with his “Book Cover Paintings” and his “Boxes”. In the case of the book covers, the motifs transferred to painting – on a larger scale – completely filled the pictorial field so that the outlines of the image carrier were congruent to the motif depicted and the paintings consequently developed an object-like character. The chosen originals – whether dictionaries, lexica, travel guides, classics of art and cultural theory, or monographic works on artists – made it very difficult to discern personal preferences.
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  • Mauro Perucchetti’s Resinification

    October 5 / December 30, 2015
    Anima Gallery is pleased to present RESINIFICATION, a solo exhibition by Mauro Perucchetti. The exhibition entitled ‘Resinification’ showcases a number of colorful, highly selected works – mixed media and sculptures – by the internationally renowned Italian artist. The title of the exhibition ‘Resinification’ is inspired by the artist’s unique use of resin as a main medium for all his artworks. Perucchetti’s work unites Pop aesthetics with social comment, addressing some of the most pressing and difficult issues in today’s society in a way that is playful and accessible, without being shocking or obscure. His works reflect the contemporary social environment in which we live. 
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  • Jason Martin at Anima Gallery

    March, 2012
    Jason Martin exhibits “The Witch” and “Frontiere” as part of “Together We Connect” primilinary group exhibition.
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