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Hyoyoun Lee is born in 1973, Seoul, South Korea. She studied Fine Arts at Hongik University in Seoul and Printmaking at Royal Institute of Fine Arts in Stockholm, Sweden. Hyoyoun Lee currently lives and works in Seoul. Her works are collected by National Museum of Contemporary Art Korea, and Seoul City Museum.
Her works are stories about the times that she has passed along through her experiences and memories. Her works often depict people and modern cities and, possibly, around nature. In other times, the stories and visions come from the space in between objects and people, people and “scapes”. Hyoyoun will be exhibiting at Gat Point Charlie hotel from the 9th March until the 5th May.
Daniel Bayardi´s artwork represents synthesis. It focuses on the simple and elementary – the soul of all that exists. It is about reducing everything to its essential and human elements. It is about the equilibrium and harmony between light and shadow. The noise of civilization is quieted allowing us to experience the purity of form. We can rediscover ourselves in the most pure ideas and which leads us to discover pure ideas and emotions.
26 May – 26 July 2016
Pablo R. Benitez was born in Badajoz (Extremadura, Spain) in May 82. In 2009 he graduated in architecture and after visiting South America and UK he moved to Germany to develop his professional career. His strong background in architectural drawing helps him developing his painting, meanwhile he uses it to talk also about architecture. For many years he formed as self-taught although he had attended several painting courses at the School of Fine Arts in Seville. He won several times the first prize for young painters from Extremadura and long since he’s using acrylics and oils in liquid form on all surfaces. During this time he has had solo and group painting exhibitions where the study and understanding of the city through architectural drawing and realism have been his main theme.
Born in Argentina in 1973 and a graduate of the National University in Misiones, Verónica Salguero has lived and worked in Berlin since 2012. She is interested in the subjective dimension of human beings, in the duality of it spirit. Her work consist in big draws, collages und paper installations.
Her exhibition "Reverie" will be presented at Hotel Gat Point Charlie from the 17th March until the 17th May 2016.
Mireille Ripoll etches and plays around with a single matrix, until it surrenders – in both the literal and figurative senses, letting forms emerge as they emerge, like automatic writing, without thinking, in an organic, instinctive way.
Ayumi Miyano is a Berlin based photographer from Japan (1988) who is currently part of the GlogauAIR artist residence program.
Ayumi can reveal her true personality in photographs being her goal to shake the inner life of the viewers.
“nostalgic noise”, an exhibition at the Hotel Gat Point Charlie from November 17th to January the 8th.
Sonia Camacho is a Berlin-based illustrator and artist born Seville, Spain (1980), who currently is developing illustration and design projects in Europe.
Experimenting with illustration techniques based on the execution of simple yet powerful portraits, the effects are based in the dexterity of the drawing, the capture of the psychological moment, and the originality of her compositions.
RADIOGRAFIA, an exhibition of the illustrated songs, at the Gat Point Charlie from September the 16th to November the 6th.
4 days, 9 instagramers.
This has been #TheGatExperience.
A new vision of Berlin and GatRooms.
Find here some of the pictures that @aenade,
@msubirats, @nicanorgarcia, @franvat, @lluisillo.photo, @roldixbcn, @olgavimo, @jeplluis and @sil8 have shared with us. From the 30th of July to the 2nd of August 2015.
The exhibition took Berlin as a starting point to reflect the process of discovering a city from the perspective of the one that arrive from abroad. This experience was structured in three modules - The arrival, The glances and The myth & the sleep, distributed in 23 works of different artists, Berliners and not Berliners.
From the 20th of April to the 29th of May of 2015 at the Embassy of Spain in Berlin (exhibition) and at the Hotel Gat Point Charlie (installation)
Organized by Gat Rooms to support new photography talents.
The competition was framed within the project berlin berlin berlin, 3 visions 1 city, a collective exhibition that took place in between the Hotel Gat Point Charlie and the Spanish Embassy in Berlin.
The 3 categories corresponded with the 3 views that anyone can have about the city of Berlin: the #gatberliner, the #gattraveller & the #gatgreeted
The award ceremony took place at the Hotel Gat Point Charlie on the 22nd of April 2015
Adrià (1985) studied both graphic design and sculpture. After working for some years as an art director in Barcelona for adventising agencies, he moved to Berlin where he focused his attention in illustration and tattooing. His mix of disciplines can be found in the pursuit of balance between simple lines and volumes filled with textures, trademark of his work, which displays an interesting two-sided influence flavored with some recognizable elements of Surrealism and Medieval religious Art. At the Gat Point Charlie from February to April 2015.
Sergio Frutos' production moves somewhere in between the figurative and the abstrac and the exhibition at the Gat Point Charlie Hotel is a very good example. A selection of his “Natural History” and “Fake Diary” series can be seen on the walls of our Room Room while a wonderful miscellany of his “Interference Paterns” can be enjoyed at our breakfast area. From the 26th of November 2014 to the 26th of January 2015.
Carlos Collado (Barcelona 1977) : “It moves me to observe people looking at something or someone. Perhaps it is because I identify with the person that stops to contemplate that which has caught their attention. I find that the attitude of observing the unknown and following it with the gaze reveals individuals as they truly are”. Magic Rooms & Compemplatio, are two series of photographs that were shown at the Gat Point Charlie Hotel between the 24th of September and the 29th of October 2014.
From the 27th March until the 27th May 2014, the hotel Gat Point Charlie has dedicated exhibition space to the Spanish painter Emilio Fornieles (born 1975 in Terrasa). Emilio Fornieles is a mentee of the Nobel laureate in literature José Saramago, and this opening allows our guests as well as the general public the unique opportunity of getting closer to the painter and his amazing work. Viewers will be able to enjoy series such as: “Angelitos Negros”, “Flores de Lupanar”, “Lenguaje subjetivo” and “The Wave”.
The exhibition Wege ums Kino took place at the Hotel Gat Point Charlie from the 20th November until the 1st December 2013. Wege ums Kino was an exhibition of up and raising Spanish talents that took the wide world of the cinema as a starting point to elaborate a series of reflexions, re-readings and interpretations about the cinematic experience and its ability to express and produce emotions. The exhibition was built in eight theme modules, distributed among areas like the hotel lobby, the old hotel restaurant, 5 rooms on the 1st floor and the women’s toilet downstairs. These modules structured the journey through the exhibition as if it was a movie to facilitate its comprehension for the visitors.