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'Is It No More Beautiful Than That?' follows two young women artists as they navigate a complex, ever-deviating path from disillusionment and discontent to emotional resilience. Through new works in distinctly different yet complementary styles, artists Roxanne Krumm (b. 1988, USA) and Skai (b. 1992, Lithuania) document their determined if not fraught efforts to seek truth and sanguinity both within themselves and their perception of the world around them.
Exhibition trailer by Kiril Koval
Monday 2 October 2023, 18h
Roxanne Krumm (b. 1988) is an American artist living in Berlin, Germany. Before moving to Berlin in 2021, she spent 9 years in
New York and originally grew up in the south of the United States. She holds a Bachelors of Fine Arts in Design and has been
working as a designer in tech since. While she considers art and design two different languages, she believes both industries influence one another. Roxanne takes a personal interest in philosophy, myth, and otherworldly realms, which greatly influence her artwork. She grew up with her mother oil painting in the home, which undoubtedly influenced her interest in art and painting.
Skai (b. 1992) is a Lithuanian artist based in Berlin, Germany. Her earliest memory of being creative is of her grandfather painting surrealist figures in the kitchen while chain smoking and asking her opinion on which color he should use for the background.
During her teenage years, she studied at Adomas Brakas Art School, where the boundless possibilities of art were unveiled to her, primarily by Arūnas Mėčius, an esteemed painter and mentor. In 2019, she made the decision to move to Berlin, envisioning a future where she could fully dedicate herself to her craft. This marked the beginning of her journey as a full-time painter, where she delved into the expressive realm of oil painting and embarked on a quest to discover her artistic voice.
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