Gereon Krebber’s “Tepidarium” at Alexander Levy, Berlin

Alexander Levy, Berlin, is currently presenting a solo exhibition by Gereon Krebber titled “Tepidarium,” on view through February 23, 2019.

The exhibition showcases a collection of new works by the artist. Visitors can explore concrete sculptures alongside smaller wall inserts and a site-specific hanging net structure.

According to the gallery’s press release, “The five massive concrete steles from Gereon Krebber’s latest series, ‘Graufleisch’ (Grey Flesh) have hexagonal or octagonal forms. The stereometric, block-like bodies closing horizontally towards the top, are partly hollowed out — holes gape at the tops of the sculptures as if they were organically inverted. Towards the bottom, the hollow form tapers like a throat or a cave opening, and below it, an empty volume follows, which opens again like a stomach and remains visible from above.”

“It may seem like looking into an open throat like a dentist,” says Gereon Krebber. “The  pieces look as if monumental machine screws, antique column fragments and medical rectal examinations have been sculpturally combined.”

The title of the exhibition “Tepidarium” is borrowed from Latin and describes the lukewarm water in Roman thermal baths — implying the exhibition could be dealing with found, ancient stone blocks.

Gereon Krebber, born 1973 in Oberhausen, lives and works in Cologne. He studied at the Dusseldorf Art Academy with Professor Tony Cragg and Professor Hubert Kiecol and at the Royal College of Art in London. He has taught at the Dusseldorf Art Academy as Professor of Sculpture since 2012. Gereon Krebber has had institutional solo exhibitions at the Stadtische Galerie im Park, Viersen (2018), Museum DKM Duisburg (2016), Folkwang Museum, Essen (2016), and Kunstmuseum Gelsenkirchen (2013), among others.

Alexander Levy is a contemporary art gallery, located in Berlin, Germany. The gallery represents a number of young artists including Daniel Mohr, David Czupryn, Felix Kiessling, Fabian Knecht, Nik Nowak and many more. With various exhibitions held at the venue, the gallery also participates in various art fairs across the world in order to highlight the works of the gallery artists.

The exhibition will be on view through February 23, 2019, at Alexander Levy, Rudi-Dutschke-Straße 26, 10969 Berlin, Germany.

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Click on the slideshow for a sneak peek at the exhibition.

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