Marsano Art

Nature and art have been closely interwoven for centuries. However, the representation of nature has changed in recent years in its meaning, perception and representation, which is also reflected by contemporary artists. Against this background, exhibitions are held several times a year at MARSANO, which are dedicated to the interface between art and nature. Together with the art consultant Julia Rosenbaum different artistic positions are invited.

Rosenbaum Art Advisory:

#3 Michelle Jezierski: Between the Lines

Michelle Jezierskis kraftvolle Werke widmen sich der Auseinandersetzung mit Licht, Raum und Farbe. Zwischen Abstraktion und Figuration werden unterschiedliche räumliche Dimensionen miteinander verwoben und zu lichtdurchfluteten, oft grafisch komplexen Landschaftskompositionen verwandelt. Dabei ist die Natur Inspiration und Ausgangspunkt zugleich, um Fragen der Wahrnehmung und Raumerfahrung im Werk zu verhandeln. „Between the Lines“ unterstreichen das Interesse Jezierskis, den Bildraum so in seiner Zweidimensionalität zu modellieren, dass das Naturschauspiel wie eine Faltung der Bildfläche inszeniert wird.

Geboren 1981 in Berlin studierte Michelle Jezierski von 2002 bis 2005 an der Universität der Künste Berlin bei Tony Cragg sowie an der Cooper Union New York. 2008 machte sie ihren Abschluss bei Valérie Favre an der UdK. Ihre Werke wurden international ausgestellt und sind in privaten wie öffentlichen Sammlungen vertreten. Michelle Jezierski lebt und arbeitet in Berlin.

11.9.2020 – 16.1.2021

#2 Paul Hutchinson: departure

In the exhibition Aufbruch Paul Hutchinson shows a compilation of recent works, which above all reflect his enduring interest in nature within urban space. Through targeted contextualisation he makes connections to the usual themes of his work, such as street culture and the question of social mobility. We encounter moments of fragility and poetry within a harsh environment. The motif of moving forward, of leaving, of leaving is present. Thanks to these visual worlds, Hutchinson represents an individual voice of our time that poses both political and formal questions to our society.

Paul Hutchinson (*1987 in Berlin, German / Irish citizen) studied at the Berlin University of the Arts and at the Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, London. In his photographic work and in his texts he examines social phenomena of urban life such as youth culture or class structures.He has received grants and awards from the Berlinische Galerie, the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) and the University of the Arts, among others. So far he has published four monographs. After several stations abroad he now lives and works again in his hometown, Berlin.

Opening Days 19.06.20, 16 -20 hrs 20.06.20, 11 -15 hrs

Exhibition duration 20.06.20 - 05.09.20

Closing Days 04.09.20, 16 - 20 Uhr 05.09.20, 11 - 15 Uhr

Reading and discussion with Paul Hutchinson and Julia Rosenbaum 04.09.20, 18:30

#1 Sonya Schönberger: Commodities

Vernissage: 23 January 2020, 5 pm Exhibition
Duration: 24 January 2020 - 03. April 2020 Artist Lecture
: 06 March 2020, 6:30 pm Sonya Schönberger
: Kenyan Roses for the Kingdom Moderation by Julia
Rosenbaum, Art Advisory,

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SOLID AIR by Sarah Illenberger

The illustrator Sarah Illenberger has created a series of bouquets of balloons in collaboration with Marsano. Reference was made to the Marsano bouquets, which she simplified and reduced to their primary shapes and colours. The resulting Still Life series celebrates the lightness of being.Eight motifs, different formats, available via


The Marsano edition are inspiring products that we develop together with designers and artists.

Marsano Edition Poster: Textile designer Nadine Goepfert has created a series of floral collages exclusively for Marsano. The edition was first presented at the exhibition FLOWERS ON PAPER, consists of six motifs and is available from us in card and poster format.