Grosse Freiheit Nr. 8 / White Trash Contemporary

During the international art fair Art Forum Berlin, Hamburg-based gallery White Trash Contemporary used a temporary showroom at Strausberger Platz 19, to present part of the gallery’s program in Berlin. White Trash Contemporary is run by Nils Grossien. In this video he provides us with a short introduction to his program. In Berlin he showed works by Oliver Ross, Mariella Mosler, Jörg Rode, Michael Dörner, Fernando de Brito, Lilli Kuschel, Nik Nowak, and Thomas Chapman. The current exhibition in WTC’s space in Hamburg is a solo show with Oliver Ross, Platinoid Extra (until November 7, 2009).

White Trash Contemporary, Berlin / Germany, September 25, 2009.

PS: The title of the exhibition refers to a 1944 German musical drama film (Grosse Freiheit Nr. 7), named after Grosse Freiheit (grand freedom), a street next to Hamburg’s Reeperbahn road in the St. Pauli red light district.

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