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WHAT’S ON: Talent (altgr. talanton für Waage, Gewicht, Währung), July 5 - August 2, 2014. 401 Contemporary, Potsdamer Strasse 81 B - 10785 Berlin-Tiergarten.
Featuring: James Gregory Atkinson & Helen Demisch, Stuart Bailes, Alexandra Baumgartner, Manuele Cerutti, Julian Charrièrre, Nadja Frank, Alice Musiol, Jennifer Oellerich, Fiene Scharp, Wanda Stolle, Anita Tarnutzer. 
Courtesy 401 Contemporary.


WHAT’S ON: Talent (altgr. talanton für Waage, Gewicht, Währung), July 5 - August 2, 2014. 401 Contemporary, Potsdamer Strasse 81 B - 10785 Berlin-Tiergarten.

Featuring: James Gregory Atkinson & Helen Demisch, Stuart Bailes, Alexandra Baumgartner, Manuele Cerutti, Julian Charrièrre, Nadja Frank, Alice Musiol, Jennifer Oellerich, Fiene Scharp, Wanda Stolle, Anita Tarnutzer. 

Courtesy 401 Contemporary.

Born in Lohr am Main, Germany, Nadja Frank lives and works in New York and Berlin. Her work operates on the boundary between painting, sculpture and environmental interventions. She engages with natural elements that acknowledge their own temporality and evolutional change to explore how light and color can determine and create space. Nadja received her MFA from Columbia University. She was awarded the Emerging Artist Fellowship Residency at Socrates Sculpture Park in 2011. Her most recent solo exhibition, Low Dry Hot, was held at 401contemporary in Berlin.

Nadja FrankApuane Alps, 2010. Inkjetprint, 29.5 x 41.7”. Image courtesy the artist.