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Artists & Exhibitions



04.03. - 26.03.2022


Exhibition with Richard Schemmerer

The Humanitas Exhibition centers around the principles of humans and the cosmos, our Earth included and its underlying fundamental developments of religion, geometry and technology.

The exhibition explores how this relationship can guide us in the healing of the ego through the use of art, showing us how deeply life is interconnected. The deepest sense of belonging is the level of love.

Richard Schemmerer postulates that creation comes neither from bad nor good but from complete neutrality, therefore lending us the wisdom to live from within the authentic core rather than an imagined enacted personality.

Richard Schemmerer’s mission is to always make sure that Art is valued as a language and dialog, independent of the age we live in. Art is the inspiration and food for the soul and he strives to demonstrate this through love, conviction, action & compassion.

The art pieces for Humanitas hope to inspire greater awareness about moving forward as a collective, and celebrating the planet that we love so deeply but have taken for granted and used so freely for thousands of years but is reaching its limits.

This exhibition is about hope and faith in a greater future.

Richard Schemmerer was born in Munich, Germany and is a professional multidisciplinary artist with a background in fashion. His creative work spans poetry, filmmaking and visual arts. In the past thirty years Schemmerer lived in several US cities and involved himself in the local art movements of the time. Currently he resides in Berlin and is a founder of The Pride Art Atelier.

The exhibition will be on show at BIKINI BERLIN from 4 to 26 March 2022

BIKINI BERLIN, Galerie SLP at 1st floor, Budapester Str. 38-50, 10787 Berlin, S-/U-Bahnhof Zoologischer Garten 

Vernissage including live DJs and refreshments on Friday, 4 March 2022, from 4:00 to 8:00 p.m. (2G+)

then daily except Sundays from 11:00 am to 07:00 p.m.

Admission is free.