Berlin | ArtRegion: Kreuzberg


Alexej Meschtschanow: Jacksonkill

24. Juni – 28. August 2021

Alexej Meschtschanow examines the physical and aesthetic qualities of established social conventions through sculpture and installation. With his works, Meschtschanow develops a completely independent aesthetic language, that combines the historical echoes of the ready-made with an idiosyncratic, abstract form-finding. In this way, the works assert themselves as autonomous creations, without losing their necessary social connection.

Meschtschanow’s artistic perspective focuses on the imaginative potential and psychological depths involved in the construction of identities, the compulsion toward self-realisation and the socially driven urge for optimisation. His sculptural works interlock two communicative modes – the passive and the active – thus exploring the dichotomy of aggression and protection deeply rooted in the contributory negligence of our society.


Mi–Sa: 12–18

Prinzessinnenstrasse 29
10969 Berlin