This time the exhibition will take place in a awesome location to discover in front to the Landwerkanal in Kreuzberg in Paul-Linke-Ufer 44A, 10999 Berlin
The event will run 3 days between 9.-11. June, starting with a night opening on Friday 9. between 18.00-22.00hrs and continuing as always on Saturday 10. and Sunday 11. from 12.00-20.00hrs
Berlin Affordable Art Market - 5th Edition
Opening Friday 9.6_18.00-22.00hrs
Saturday 10.6 and Sunday 11.6_12.00-20.00hrs
Paul-Linke-Ufer 44A, 10999 Berlin
Maintenant 17 - A Journal of Contemporary Dada Writing and Art
In Maintenant 17 nearly 250 artists from more than 40 countries explore the concept of the end of both war and peace, exploring provocative outsider ideas as dada has done since its inception.
With searing cover art by Uta Kaxniashvili, this issue of the renowned journal elaborates on dada’s original premise as an antiwar movement.
When a war ends provisionally, the agreement is called a ceasefire. But when peace ends, there is only war. War and peace are co-dependent. Perhaps it is now time for a “Peacefire.”
The Maintenant series established in 2008 in New York is archived in leading institutions worldwide, including Museum of Modern Art New York.
Peacefire - Reception, Papercollage, 20x15cm, KOLLASCH, 2023. My contribution to the new issue of Maintenant Magazine #17.
A Berlin Odyssey into the Unreal
I am pleased and surprised that my paper collage "Burgerhaus" was used on the poster of this GlueHeads collage group exhibition with 15 Artists at verbeke foundation in Belgium.
GlueHeads (2014-2019) was a contemporary collage project bringing together a group of collage artists. Anelor Robin started GlueHeads as a project in 2014. This papercollage “Burgerhaus” was made at the first GlueHead session in Berlin X-Berg.
For each edition of the GlueHeads project, curator Anelor Robin brought together artists working with different collage techniques. During the daytime, the artists created the collages that were shown to the audience at the end of the day and that eventually ended up in the next edition of the GlueHeads zine.
The project GlueHeads died along with Anelor’s Robins untimely death 2019.
"Burgerhaus", Papercollage, 29x21cm, KOLLASCH, 2014
Berlin Affordable Art Market
The Berlin Affordable Art Market takes place annually. The exhibition showed more than 100 local and internationally invited artists. The event was created to promote wider and more inclusive public access to art, while facilitating the sale of artworks by local artists.
It rans for 3 days between 9 and 11 December 2022, starting with a night opening on Friday 9 between 18:00-22:00 and on Saturday 10 and Sunday 11 from 12:00-20:00.
Group Exhibition curated by Marta Yanik (Poland) at the Vintage Festival in Birr, Ireland and the Praga Cultural Centre in Warsaw, Poland
The history of the world is the history of migration; and this is a phenomenon which increasingly affects each of us, in almost every corner of the Earth. People migrate for many reasons, some in search of peace and security, and others to earn more money and live better lives.
Twin exhibitions in both Ireland and Poland have brought together collage artists from different countries and cultures, asking them to approach the topic of “migration” and reflect on it through their artistic practice.
Lou Beach USA | Una Gildea Ireland I Silvio Severino Brazil | Steve Tierney Australia I Maryna Siliakova Ukraine | Maria Filek Poland I Tanja Ulbrich Canada/Spain | Yulia Farenyuk Ukraine | Denis Kollasch Germany | Domenico Goi Italy | Jerome Bertrand Canada I Maria Filek Poland | Sherry Parker USA/Mexico | Anthony D Kelly Ireland | Marta Janik Poland
MIND THE GAP
Illustration and Description of my work in the article: Mind the Gap - Collision and Context in Haiku and Collage by Rod T. Boyer in Kolaj Magazine #32, Page 14ff., 2021.
"Take for example the collage by Denis Kollasch entitled Schreiseeadler. The bird on the branch within an environment is something we understand. The head, replaced by what appears to be a green phonograph horn, is unnatural and so unexpected. Disjunction is at play (we expected a bird´s head, we got a sound funnel). The viewer ist left to intuit the connection, to close the gap..."
Spot-on Street Gallery in Kranj, Slovenja
29. 6. – 21. 7. 2018
Opening: Friday, June 29 at 7 PM
The Spot-on Street Gallery hosts the Viva Collagistas exhibition where collage festival of Kranj – KAOS and international collage festival – Collagistas join forces. The inaugural Collagistas Festival took place in 2014 in Berlin. In 2015 it was held in Thessaloniki and in 2016 it was in Eindhoven. 2017 September saw the 4 th Collagistas Festival held in Milan.
In Kranj Collagistas present selected collage works from previous editions of 15 artists:
Denis Kollasch (Germany), Aline Helmcke (Germany), Dorothee Mesander (The Netherlands), Martin Došek (Czech Republic), Sarah Key (Serbia), Tinca Veerman (Netherlands), Una Gildea (Ireland), Walter Paganuzzi (Italy), Giulia Cabassi (Italy),
Holger Becker (Germany), Luciano Mota (Brazil), Domenico Goi (Italy), Patrick Bremer (UK), Jonathan Tegelaars (Italy), Tres Roemer (New York)
OEI #86-87 Magazine: Publishing Practices, Publishin Poets, 2020 Stockholm, Sweden
“But Print Is Dead: The Story of Kolaj Magazine” from Ric Kasini Kadour. The article contains collages by Kornelia Hoffmann and Denis Kollasch.
Human Universal - Group-exhibition in the ArtZone area at the Sziget festival Budapest, Hungary 8.-15. August 2018.
Portfolio in the Art-Magazine KOLAJ MAGAZINE, issue #18, 2017, Montreal, Quebec, Canada