Sunday, January 29, 2012

Highlights From Two Window Project Director: Gregory Teodori






NYC artist R.Weber arriving in Berlin

After an historically eventful week on the east coast of the United States, first hit with a rare and major earthquake then days later being in the direct path of a hurricane the city of New York and its residents fared well. Irene the category 3 Hurricane was downgraded to a Tropical Storm by the time of it's landfall there sparing the city the wrath it could of caused in it's former state.
New York's John F. Kennedy Airport recently reopened and started to undo its massive tangle of delayed and cancelled flights. The artist R.Weber made it to the terminal on time and the flight left the airport late last night with just a short delay. Weber is now somewhere over the Atlantic and on the way to Berlin for the exhibition.
Bringing along small scale oil paintings depicting various contraband items will accompany the drawings of Berliner artist Katharina Arndt in the upcoming Two Window Project exhibition 'Beauty Is the Hardest Drug'. Wishing Weber a safe landing and fair weather for her time here in our city.
Please join us Friday evening for the opening of this exhibition from 6:00 - 9:00 pm at the gallery and have a toast with the fine wines of southern Germany from the VDP German wine association. Both artist will be present.
Beauty Is the Hardest Drug
a dual solo exhibition by Katharina Arndt and R.Weber
opening reception for the artists: 2 September from 6:00 - 9:00 pm
exhibition: 3 September - 8 October 2011
Two Window Project
Torstrasse 154, D-10115 Berlin

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