jointly presented by Future Gallery and PROGRAM
February 18 – March 5, 2011
opening Friday February 18, 19:00
Featuring the work of more than 70 artists, Metrospective 1.0 is a salon exhibition of recent work, future conjectures and past highlights. As the first of a series of other such exhibitions, Future Gallery and PROGRAM see the Metrospective as both a cross section survey of some ideas currently circulating in Berlin, as well as simply an opportunity to bring together and celebrate some of the city’s artists.
Exhibiting artists include:
Aids-3D, Elena Bajo, Maxime Ballesteros, Morgan Belenguer, Luis Berrios Negron, Dan Bodan, Juliette Bonneviot, Anton Burdakov, Jesse Cohen, Keren Cytter, Simon Denny, Niels Betori Diehl, Christina Dimitriadis, Aleksandra Domanovic, Constant Dullaart, Nicolas Dussolier, Thomas Eller, Sophie Erlund, Larissa Fassler, Amir Fattal, Agathe Fleury, Thilo Frank, Felisa Funes, Sabina Grasso, Andy Graydon, Julie Grosche, Mai Hofstad-Gunnes, Saskia Hahn, Spiros Hadjijanos, Ethan Hayes-Chute, Christine Hill, Ingrid Hora, Lan Hungh, Eemil Karila, Kinga Kielczynska, Sylbee Kim, Daniel Kingery, John Kleckner, Christopher Kline, Martin Kohout, Wojciech Kosma, Oliver Laric, Rodney Latourelle, Lindsay Lawson, Kou-Wei Lin, Darri Lorenzen, Dieter Lutsch, Lynne Marsh, Hadley+Maxwell, John McCusker, Ryan McLaughlin, Yudi Noor, Katja Novitskova, Jaakko Pallasvuo, Nico Pelzer, Aude Pariset, Nathan Peter, Niko Princen, Kathryn Politis, Luca Pozzi, Barbara Prokop, Patricia Reed, Ariel Reichman, Victoria Roth, Alex Schweder, Jeremy Shaw, Maxwell Simmer, Timur Si-Qin, Martin Skauen, Despina Stokou, Martin Thacker, Elsa Thorp, Iris Touliatou, Brent Wadden, Awst & Walther