Eleven Ten Studio's 2024 Program (February - June):
01.02.24 - 17.02.24 - Maze by Stewart Stevens
07.03.24 - 30.03.24 - First, there was a line, Soraya Amini & Carmela Endrizzi
04.04.24 - 04.05.24 - Wenn sie nicht gestorben sind, dann leben sie noch heute, Igigo Wu
08.05.24 - 01.06.24 - The eden of today, Mano Liliya
06.06.24 - 22.06.24 - Till death do us part, Aleksandra Cegielska
Our program is a carefully curated exploration into the realms of gender equality, cultural study, and the vibrant world of street stye. It seeks to engage with intriguing and radical aesthetics, delving into the paradoxical, obscure, and capricious aspects of contemporary culture.
At Eleven Ten Studio, we are passionate about delicate, playful, and intricate art that also carries clear, bold statements. Art, for us, is not just a visual experience but a powerful vehicle for human interaction and an alternative research instrument that unravels the complexities of our being.
This year's program is a celebration of young talent, as we proudly feature the works of emerging artists. For many of them, this exhibition marks their first foray into the art world, offering a platform for their voices to be heard and their perspectives to be seen.
First, there was a line
07.03.24 - 30.03.24
Carmela Endrizzi & Soraya Amini
In a world often bustling with complexity, simplicity takes center stage in our
new exhibition, First, there was a line.
Humans often overlook the beauty found in the ordinary. Guided by
the philosophy that simplicity holds unexplored potential, the collaborative
exhibition by two artists, Carmela Endrizzi and Soraya Amini, invites you to
discover inherent in humble lines.
Within the unassuming strokes, Endrizzi and Amini explore entire universes,
presenting a collection characterized by simplicity and depth. The exhibited
pieces eloquently represent the intricacies of human existence as figures
intertwine, dance, isolate, and fear – mirroring the dynamic tapestry of
individuals, partnerships, social bubbles, and societies.
The artists beckon you to pause and appreciate the beauty in the lines that
shape our lives. Through their exploration of the ordinary, First, there was
a line, seeks to reconnect with the emotional resonance that simplicity
Join us for the opening at 6pm on March 7th, followed by a musical performance
by Carmela Endrizzi.
We don't accept artist submissions at the moment.