BERLIN · the forest as an image and a word appears very early in life. the relationship with the forest plays out in our understanding of reality beginning at a very young age. the current exhibition entitled 'WALD' at Raab Galerie Berlin invites you to re-experience the forest as a central element in storytelling, remembering its role in influential classics such as Hansel and Gretel, Snow White, Rumpelstiltskin, Little Red Riding Hood, all the various elves, dwarves and witches as well as the heros such as the prince and the wise owl.

in these tales, there is a serious and ever present danger of getting lost in the forest - nowhere else can one disappear so quickly and be hidden so throughly. but it's something you will see and feel for yourself.

the exhibition runs through september (1.9.-24.9.) with works from Armando, Thomas Baumgärtel, Elmar Budde, Ingmar Bruhn, Rainer Fetting, Hubertus Giebe, Zbynek Havlin, K.H. Hödicke, Harald Klemm, Martin Krammer, Karoline Kroiss, Markus Lörwald, Markus Lüpertz, Nina Maron, John Martin, Ron O'Donnel, Timo Stammberger and Lois Wallace.

Raad Galerie Berlin

Fasanenstraße 72

Mon-Fri 10-19

Sat 10-16