Still from WMAT by Nina Sobell with Laura Ortman; as part of VIEWS presented by Leo Kuelbs Collection

Still from WMAT by Nina Sobell with Laura Ortman; as part of VIEWS presented by Leo Kuelbs Collection

Berlin Pop-Up Gallery
September 2015 - September 2016

Opening Party with debut show "Into the new new"
September 12, 7 pm til late

Closing Party debut show:
September 19, 7 pm til late

Fata Morgana Gallery
170 Torstrasse
Berlin, Mi

Gallery Partners:

Leo Kuelbs Collection
Sleek Art (Sleek Magazine)
Sandra Ratkovic (Chased Magazine)
Drew Simpson (Painter)
Glowing Bulbs (Visual Artist Group)
Johann Nowack (DNA Gallery) 
Devon Elise Atkins (Video Artist)
Dolly Demoratti (Mother Drucker Printing)
Konstantin Kopietz (Z-Bar)
Roger Valentin Mandt (Photographer)

About Fata Morgana

Fata Morgana is a one-year collaboration between a wide-array of creators reflecting Berlin’s ever-evolving identity as an International Creative Capital.  Leo Kuelbs Collection is proud to be partner of this exciting Berlin gallery project! Work as diverse as paintings, photographs, mapping, video, light works, performance and art events will fill the Torstrasse space, also known as Sur La Montagne, a creative event site for many years.

First Event

Fata Morgana will begin its programming life with a group show organized by the collaborating members of the space.  This group show will consist of two sections: New Media and Paintings/Photographs.  The Leo Kuelbs Collection will debut its latest video presentation, the 32 minute collaboration titled VIEWS, addressing the manner in which our contemporary electronic lives impact how we interact with the notion of “landscape.”  Glowing Bulbs will make their Berlin gallery debut with an amazing 3D projection while Konstantin Kopietz presents new media work from Finland. Toronto-born painter Drew Simpson will present a variety of paintings by Berlin-based artists, while Sandra Ratkovic provides photographs and imagery associated with Chased Magazine, as well as her work as one of Berlin most recognizable photographers.  Other contributing members will present prints, sculptures, etc. and be on hand for celebrations.  As part of Berlin Art Week. 

Opening hours gallery:
Wednesday - Saturday 12 am - 5 pm during exhibitions, unless specified otherwise in our program.