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Artists & Exhibitions

Echoes of Depth


04.05. - 29.06.2024



Galerie Sara Lily Perez presents "Echoes of Depth," a showcase that delves into environmental themes through the contemporary art lens. This exhibition spotlights the unique aesthetic interpretations of natural landscapes and the interplay of humans in nature. The large scale paintings on display foster a dialogue between the tangible and the conceptual. Sienna Martz's sculptures, shaped from sustainable and recycled materials, function as potent reminders of the need for ecological awareness in modern creative endeavors. In contrast, Stefan Heyer's abstract canvases venture into textured, complex representations of landscapes, encouraging a reflection on how our surroundings shape human experiences and artistic expressions.

The exhibition will be on show at BIKINI BERLIN from 4 May 2024 to 29 June 2024,
Vernissage including music and refreshments on Saturday, 4 May 2024  from 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
then daily except Sundays from 11:00 am to 07:00 p.m.

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

General admission is free.

About the artist:

Sienna Martz based in Vermont, United States and having graduated from Tyler School of Art with a Fine Arts degree in Sculpture and Textiles, Sienna Martz is a Fabric Artist whose practice is firmly rooted in principles of sustainability and a steadfast determination to challenge the status quo of consumerism. At the core of Martz's artistic vision is a deep-seated commitment to dismantling the environmentally harmful practices that permeate the textile and fashion industries, two of the highest polluting sectors globally. Inspired by the rhythmic elegance of the ocean, Martz harnesses a diverse regalia of plant-based, recycled, and upcycled materials, from secondhand clothing and mushroom foam to kapok fiber and organic fabrics, to produce vibrant, coral-inspired pieces. Sienna Martz seamlessly weaves her ethics into the very fibers of her artworks, seamlessly blending traditional techniques with contemporary approaches to forge a harmonious, visually soothing aesthetic. She invites her audience to reckon with the sobering realities of waste and environmental degradation, while simultaneously providing the beauty of the transformative potential that lies within a more sustainable future.

Stefan Heyer is a German Artist based in Catalonia, Spain, deriving from a street fashion background, who has a distinct focus on personal transformation and the human condition. With a formative background as a Creative Director in street fashion, Heyer has forged an artistic path driven by pure passion, one that seeks to transcend the confines of our reductive materialistic paradigm, shifting his artistic ideas towards a shared exploration of pop-culture, digital age alienation, nature and history. To convey these multifaceted underpinnings, Heyer employs a various array of media, including dripped paint, scrawled words, oils, acrylics, crayons, pencils, markers, and photo transfers into his gestural abstracts. Stefan Heyer blends spontaneity and intention, attaining his visually engaging complex ideas. By striking a balance between spontaneity and intention, Heyer's work challenges the viewer to reckon with the nuances of the human experience, navigating the terrain of our contemporary landscape. In doing so, Heyer invites us to transcend the constraints of the material world and venture into realms of deeper introspection and shared understanding

More about the exhibition and the artists at www.saralilyperez.com.