DNA gallery was founded in 2001 in Berlin and is dedicated in promoting contemporary art. In the core of the gallery’s interest are mainly Berlin-based international artists.
This November, DNA hosts “EVIDENCE”, a video exhibition curated by Seoyoung Kim which opens on November 26th and will run from November 27th until January 27th.
The exhibition Evidence is to understand those images in their own pictorial dignity, which can be described by a reflection from Paul Valéry on the specific abilities of images. He writes, “An image is more than an image and sometimes shows more than the object of which it is an image.”
But, most of all, this exhibition aims to bring a range of artistic approaches and rethinking about the stories that have been overshadowed by social histories. These approaches are drawn from works of artists Jeamin Cha, Mariam Ghani, Clemens Krauss, Dinh Q. Lê , Mariana Vassileva and Jui-Chung Yao.
READ THE EXHIBITION'S TEXT HERE
Special thanks to Dora Vasilakou who contacted us regarding the exhibition.