In order to optimise our website and offer you relevant content, we access information (e.g. device detection, browser information) on your end device and store this information (such as cookies or other technologies) on it. This is how we measure how you are using our services. For these purposes, it is possible that we also pass on this (personal) data to third parties.

Please specify whether, and to what extent, you agree to this storage and data processing, which may be revoked at any time.

Information about data transfer outside the EU: Depending on the individual case, data outside of the European Union is processed in the context of the use of third-party services. This may occur only if the special requirements of Article 44 et seq of the GDPR are fulfilled.

Privacy Policy // Terms & Conditions

Artists & Exhibitions

Grace and Valor


09.03. - 03.04.2024


Exhibition from Manuela Sambo | Dijana Sulic |Cyril France and Chiderah Bosah & guest artists

"Grace and Valor" draws inspiration from the rich tapestry of female archetypes, from the nurturing warmth of the mother to the fierce warrior spirit of the goddess. It pays homage to the complexity of female roles and identities, transcending time and culture to highlight the universal themes of strength, resilience, and elegance. The exhibition is a testament to the power of art to evoke empathy, challenge stereotypes, and celebrate the diversity and richness of the female experience bringing together the distinct voices of Torpe, Mann, von Streng, and Zelenska, seeking to create a dialogue around empowerment, identity, and the societal roles of women.

Galerie Sara Lily Perez invites art lovers, critics, and the curious alike to immerse themselves in the works of these remarkable artists with the unveiling of this exhibition. This event invites you to delve into a collection where the influence and narratives of women in art are brought to the forefront for appreciation and reflection.

The exhibition will be on show at BIKINI BERLIN from 09. March to 03. April 2024, daily except Sundays from 11:00 am to 07:00 p.m.

Vernissage including music and refreshments on Saturday, 09. March 2024 from 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 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:

Anne Torpe, a Danish painter born in 1981, has carved a unique space for herself in the contemporary art scene with her evocative representations of everyday scenarios set in cinematic ambiances. Her work is characterized by a fusion of memory and contemporary lifestyle, blending glamorous non-binary characters with abstracted perspectives in a figurative cubism style. Her paintings question the fragility and instability of our perceived reality, creating multilayered images that invite viewers into a fictional, experiential universe deeply rooted in the history of modernism.

Julia Mann, born in 1987 in Landau, discovered her passion for art at 19. After a hiatus, she returned to her artistic pursuits with vigor in 2020. Mann's work is known for its special colorful and powerful presentation, aiming to visually challenge and engage viewers. Her use of strong, eye-catching colors conveys an intense, urban attitude to life, inviting people to dream of other worlds. Her exhibitions, including those at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Mainz and Galerie Textor 74 in Frankfurt, reflect her desire to fill hearts with joy through her artwork.

Rubica von Streng, based in the vibrant heart of Berlin, Rubica von Streng emerges as a masterful artist with an esteemed Master of Arts degree from the Universität der Künste Berlin. Her acclaimed "PortLand" series navigates the forefront of contemporary discourse, weaving together the critical threads of environmental activism and societal evolution within the canvas of abstract expressionism. Von Streng's artistry illuminates complex narratives with an ethereal touch, inviting an immersive dialogue with the urgencies of today through her refined manipulation of color and form.

Solomiya Zelenska, transitions from fashion to painting, focusing on the nuances of daily life through a minimalist lens that highlights ordinary moments with emotional depth. Her spontaneous creative process reflects both personal resilience and the collective spirit of the Ukrainian art community. Zelenska's work, deeply rooted in her cultural heritage, engages themes of resilience, identity, and human complexity, inviting viewers into a reflective dialogue.

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