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Art von Frei
Brunnenstr. 187
10119 Berlin
T +49 (0) 30 47 59 54 50
info@artvonfrei.gallery

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Dienstag - Freitag: 12 - 18 Uhr
Saturday: 12 - 16 Uhr
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Direkt gegenüber der U8 Haltestelle Rosenthaler Platz Ausgang Brunnenstraße. Zwischen Torstrasse und Invalidenstrasse.

 

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Brunnenstraße 187
10119 Berlin

+493047595450

Art von Frei is a gallery for contemporary art based in Berlin Germany. Represented artist include Jim Avignon,  Fehmi Baumbach, Aviv Benn, Sascha Boldt, Jos Diegel, Thomas Draschan, Ottmar Hoerl, Ruth Luxenhofer, Eva Moll, Jens-Ole Remmers, Ann Schomburg

Jim Avignon

ARTIST OF THE GALLERY

JIM AVIGNON

Renowned as the „quickest painter of the world“ Jim Avignon travels around the globe, enthusing his ever growing following with his pop-artsy works, actions and music. With his amusing to melancholic themes he captures the zeitgeist of today's fast-paced lifestyle. Jim Avignon creates his art in the moment and takes place where he is. He is fast, direct and dynamic. In his visual language he tells stories, asks questions and makes comments on political matters, reflecting the facets of life in contemporary society. After living in New York for many years, he has now returned to Berlin. 

•  Lives and works in Berlin

• Past exhibitions at a range of nationwide and international venues, for example: Urban Spree in Berlin (2017),Kunstverein Familie Montez in Frankfurt am Main, Bushwick Walls in New York, Köppe Contemporary, Art von Frei Gallery and the Künstlerhaus Bethanien in Berlin.

• Other projects include design for Swatch watches, airplanes, "Rover" cars, a 2800 square metre artwork for the reopening of the Berlin Olympic stadium, creations of thousands of posters and invitation cards as well as wall paintings in both business and public areas.

• In 1989 / 2013 Mural at the Berlin Wall, East Side Gallery, Berlin

JIM AVIGNON // "unfollow the leader" // Acrylics on paper // 2015