KLEINGELD at Rolando Anselmi

Artists: Angharad Williams, Inga Sund Hofset, Kate Mackeson, Mark Soo, Max Ruf, Mia Sanchez & Andreas Kalbermatter, Mohsen Jamal, Nuri Koerfer, Richard Sides, Santiago Taccetti, Sofia Berakha, Stian Eide Kluge, Vanessa Safavi

Exhibition title: KLEINGELD

Venue: Rolando Anselmi, Berlin, Germany

Date: July 13 – August 12, 2017

Photography: Riccardo Malberti, all images copyright and courtesy of the artists and Rolando Anselmi, Berlin/Rome

NOUN das Kleingeld | –
SYNO Kleingeld | Rückgeld [ugs.] …
Kleingeld {n}
shrapnel [Br.] [coll.] [loose change]
loose cash
small change
loose change
pocket change
chump change [Am.] [sl.]
Kleingeld {n} [ fig.]
peanuts [ fig.]
Kleingeld {n} [kleiner Betrag]
chicken feed [coll.]
übriges Kleingeld {n}
spare change
Haben Sie Kleingeld? [formelle Anrede]
Have you any change?
Ich habe kein Kleingeld.
I have no small change.TrVocab.
das nötige Kleingeld haben [ugs.] [ fig.]
to have the necessary wherewithal [coll.]

Galerie Rolando Anselmi is delighted to present Kleingeld, a summer show with the participation of various artists invited by Santiago Taccetti.

People always ask me why a summer show… and you know… It’s the feeling of having everything you need in one place, a car, a kitchen, a shower… It’s sleeping under the stars during a clear night somewhere in the mountains… It’s the slow meditative driving on the right lane at 55 miles per hour with all the time in the world to think or listening to audio books. Its going to bed at sundown and waking up to the sound of waves on an abandoned beach just as the sun rises getting out your gas stove, cooking some eggs and making coffee while having a call with a client in San Francisco. Its arriving at a new place at dawn, making a fire and getting a cold beer out of the solar powered fridge, playing guitar while watching the tin foil wrapped potatoes slowly cook… Its being greeted by other summer show artists, whatever you need, they will always help you out. It’s this feeling that you can go anywhere, to places that have no names, just GPS coordinates… Desert, dirt roads, mud or mountains.

And if you ever get stuck, there’s always a way out.