56 Bogart Street, Brooklyn, New York
Opening: Friday, March 15th, 7-9pm
March 15- April 12, 2013
Nurture Art Gallery
56 Bogart Street
Brooklyn, NY, 11206

NURTUREart is pleased to present On The Golden Wire for Thirty Four, a collaboration between Marysia Gacek, Natalie Häusler, and Katharina Marszewski. Starting with the general idea of an exchange of content between artists, the initial focus is put on the materiality of such content, rather than its possible meaning.

The point of departure is the limit: weight and volume of the most standard international package between the USA, UK and Germany. Each collaborator supplies one third of the materials and contributes to one Care Package*, which will travel from New York to Berlin to Glasgow to Berlin, before returning to its city of origin.

This exchange of matter focuses on the process, rather than what it manifests itself as in the end. The package is meant to supply three artists with the same materials to work with, without a pre-envisioned outcome. The collaboration examines individual methodologies leading to creating work using a model of giving and taking away.

When the package returns to New York, it will be put on display alongside artworks inspired by its content in a gallery exhibition at NURTUREart.

*Although “CARE package” is a registered trademarked term, originating in the wake of a World War II campaign to send food and supplies to Europe, the expression is still used in everyday vernacular to share the idea of providing comfort by sending food, supplies and small mementos. In 1945 Americans were given the opportunity to purchase a care package for 10 dollars to send to their friends or relatives. In 1962 President John F. Kennedy said that every CARE package is a personal contribution to the world peace and it expresses concern and friendship in a language all peoples understand.

NURTUREart Non-Profit Gallery
56 Bogart Street
Brooklyn, NY 11206
718 782 7755

contact: rachel@nurtureart.org
open hours: Thurs through Mon | 12 - 6

Directions to NURTUREart Gallery:
L train to the Morgan Avenue stop. Exit the station via Bogart Street. Look for the NURTUREart entrance on Bogart Street, close to the intersection with Harrison Place.

NURTUREart Non-Profit Inc. is a 501(c)(3) New York State licensed, federally tax-exempt charitable art organization founded in 1997 by George J. Robinson. NURTUREart is funded in part by City Council Member Diana Reyna, City Council Member Stephen Levin, the Greenwich Collection, the Harold and Colene Brown Foundation, the Laura B. Vogler Foundation, the Joan Mitchell Foundation, the Lily Auchincloss Foundation, the Milton and Sally Avery Foundation, the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, the New York City Department of Education, The New York State Council on the Arts, Urban Outfitters, The Wolf Kahn and Emily Mason Foundation and generous individuals. NURTUREart is grateful for significant past support from the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, The Liebovitz Foundation, and the Greenwall Foundation.  It receives legal support from Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts.

Independent, 548 West, 22nd Street, New York










Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin

Opening: 28.02.2013, 7 – 10 pm

Exhibition: 01.03. – 24.03.2013, Tue - Sun: 2 - 7pm

Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Kottbusser Straße 10, 10999 Berlin

Participating artists: Endre Aalrust, Nadja Abt, Fiona Bate, Michael Beutler, Gerry Bibby, Juliette Blightman, Wolfgang Breuer, Mitch Cairns, Baltazar Castor, Anders Clausen, Tim Davies, Alyssa De Luccia, Martin Ebner, Yusuf Etiman, Heike Karin Föll, Julian Göthe, Agatha Gothe Snape, Natalie Häusler, Lily Hodges, Karl Holmqvist, Judith Hopf, Fox Hysen, Egija Inzule, Tobias Kaspar, Tove El, Janne Lervik, Adam Linder, Matthew Robert Lutz-Kinoy, Shahryar Nashat, Pegs Marlow, Ariane Müller, Sean McNanney, Julia Alida Müschen, no:sler, Claudia Barbara Nösler, Salome Oggenfuss, Henrik Olesen, Kirsten Pieroth, Lucreccia Quintinilla, Sabine Reitmaier, Daniel Reuter, SOPHIE, Anne Speier, Susanne Winterling

Prisma Pavillion is an independently free-standing structure whose limits invite transparency– its glass shapes are complicated by some opaque bricked areas that resist this invitation. Inside the place, there is another architectural shape of brick fueled by burning logs. It dispenses things that taste better after they’re heated and are sold by men for many hours of the day by the canal.
Prisma Pavillion is also the name given to a gathering of invited people who together have and will also generate; like a social oven, an independent yet complicated structure right nearby.
Most of the invited people have been involved in various performances from Gerry Bibby over the last few years, as well as those who have invited him to participate in their own structures. The nature of this gathering is a sort of productive sociality rather than merely a collection of acquaintances.

Supportico Lopez, Berlin
Case Mod


The show will be on until the 16th of February 
Supportico Lopez is open from Tuesday to Saturday from 11.oo to18.oo

Kurfürstenstrasse 14b
10785 Berlin
T +49 (0)30 31989387

Natalie Häusler’s installation Case Mod (from: Case Modification) exacts from the gallery space a field in which intimate and reciprocal encounters between audience and art practice are put to the test. Häusler compiles a situation, combining several elements derived from a simultaneity of studio and writing practice. Emerging forms, in this case, watercolor, sculpture and poetry, query whether they can uphold their fragilities and force of expression when exposed to the viewer and to each other. They articulate their mutuality when arranged in the exhibition space, producing crosscuts and intimacies, of visual, written and audio material, as well as of object and spectator/reader/listener. The audience becomes belated witness of the art practice as such, which the installation at once showcases and archives. Yet the present moment is highlighted, as the visitors leave their own marks on the piece, subtly shifting the color palette or destroying it altogether. Audio recordings of the voices of close friends, who are practicing artists and writers, reciting the poems, track down their intimate reception by an audience that is involved in both activities, production and reception. They capture the moment of surprise, when the poem was read for the first time. The intimacy of this contact is shared with the passing visitor, who must come close to the audio shelf, to be able to hear the individual reading. These shelves, each of which is cut and built from one sheet of stained glass, and customized for its assigned set of outmoded electronic equipment, serve as seductive support and hazardous repellant at the same time. The temporary construction of a space of this kind is part of Häusler’s inquiry of forms of intimacy, risk, close contact with the material, and inclusion to question modes of reception.
The book “Watercolors” documenting a one and a half year long correspondence in form of watercolors sent via email between Natalie Häusler and Californian artist David Horvitz is part of the exhibition. A book launch will be held on January 12th at Motto Berlin.

RECEPTION, Kurfürstenstrasse 5, 10785 Berlin
la lucidezza with works by  
Tatiana Echeverri Fernandez, Friederike Hamann, Natalie Häusler
,  '
Martin Hoener, Katrin Mayer, Matthias Meyer and Markus Saile  

December 8, 2012 - January 26, 2013 
Opening: Friday, December 7, 6-9 pm
Opening Hours: Thu-Sat 11 am - 6 pm and by appointment 
Kurfürstenstrasse 5/5a,
D-10785 Berlin
Tel. +49. (0)30. 26 93 14 55 / +49. (0)178. 47 33 040

image: Matthias Meyer: From the Smoke Archive (Jean-Luc Godard: Pierrot le fou), 2012 (detail)

Goethe-Institut New York Library, 72 Spring Street, 11th floor New York, NY 10012
Artist-books by: Marley Freeman, Ed Steck, Natalie Häusler, Marc Handelman, Sena Basöz, Carmelle Safdie and more. Also on view will be Lauren van Haaften-Schick's curated show Canceled, that was recently at the Center for Book Arts. And books from the Reanimation Library in Brooklyn. And a collection of books from Printed Matter, who got hit really hard by the super-storm.

With Julieta Aranda, Fia Backström & R. Lyon, David Horvitz, Christian Philipp Müller, and The Serving Library
Design by common room
Curated by Jenny Jaskey
October 30, 2012 - June 21, 2013

David Horvitz: How Can a Digital be Gift?
October 30 - December 21, 2012

Opening: Thursday, November 8th, 6 - 8 p.m.

Goethe-Institut New York Library
72 Spring Street, 11th floor
New York, NY 10012

New York, Long Island City
This week: 
Some works featured on Sculpure Center's blog


New York, Queens Blvd 32 Place, 33 Street, Queens
If you find yourself hungry for fruits or vegetables this weekend, you might want to come visit the Fruit and Vegetable Stand.

A project organized by Paul Branca

Carmelle Safdie 
David Horvitz 
Paul Branca 
Pat Palermo  
T.M. Davy 
Tim Hull  
Dylan Chatain  
Natalie Häusler  
Kate Parnell  
Emily Roz  
Essye Klempner  
Sophie Naess


London, 35 Marylebone Road



SUNDAY Art Fair will be happening
Thursday 11 – Sunday 14 Oct 2012

Christian Andersen (Copenhagen)*:
Rolf Nowotny, Morten Skrøder Lund

BolteLang (Zurich):
Benjamin Senior

Lisa Cooley (New York)*:
Alice Channer, Cynthia Daignault

Croy Nielsen (Berlin):
Andy Boot, Ben Schumacher

Fluxia (Milan)*:
Luca Francesconi, Timur Si-Qin

Frutta (Rome)*:
Gabriele De Santis, Jacopo Miliani

Gaudel de Stampa (Paris):
Hildegarde Duane and David Lamelas, Lina Viste Grønli

Hopkinson Cundy (Auckland): Nick Austin, Tahi Moore

Kendall Koppe (Glasgow)*:
Laura Aldridge, Niall Macdonald

Kraupa-Tuskany (Berlin)*:
Keller/Kosmas (Aids-3D)

Tanya Leighton (Berlin):
Aleksandra Domanovi?, Sharon Hayes

Limoncello (London):
Cornelia Baltes, Jack Strange

Lüttgenmeijer (Berlin):
Matthew Smith

RODEO (Istanbul)*:
Mark Aerial Waller, Ian Law

Seventeen (London)*:
David Raymond Conroy

Gregor Staiger (Zurich)*:
Rachal Bradley and Matthew Richardson, Lucy Stein

Simone Subal (New York)*:
Kiki Kogelnik, Erika Vogt

Supportico Lopez (Berlin):
Natalie Häusler, Niels Trannois

Rob Tufnell (London)*:
Ruth Ewan, Stephen Sutcliffe

Tulips & Roses (Brussels):
Liudvikas Buklys, Lucy Skaer

* New at SUNDAY

SUNDAY School public programme:

Archive Kabinett (Berlin)

Aye-Aye Mobo (Glasgow)

Baz and Chaz

Three Star Books with Jonathan Monk in collaboration with
design group OK-RM (Paris, Berlin and London)

Ambika P3
35 Marylebone Road
London NW1 5LS
(entrance via red metal gates opposite Baker Street tube station) 

Press here for the location in Google Maps 

Tube station:
Baker Street or Regent’s Park 


Opening times:
Thursday 11 October: 12 – 8 pm
Friday 12 October: 12 – 8 pm
Saturday 13 October: 12 – 8 pm
Sunday 14 October: 12 – 6 pm


Motto Berlin Skalitzer Str. 68, 10997 Berlin

August 11, 2012. From 7 p.m.

Motto Berlin
Skalitzer Str. 68, im Hinterhof
10997 Berlin
U1 Schlesiches Tor

Ph: +49 (0)30 75442119
www.mottodistribution.com (Skalitzer 68 - 2012)

MATERIAL's launch is part of SKALITZER. '68. Skalitzer. '68 invites artists, editors, performers for a series of lectures, presentations, exhibitions and events which will take over the spaces of Chert, Motto and Silberkuppe each Saturday, between July 21 and August 25. 


We are excited to announce the debut of MATERIAL Issue Three. We have pulled all the stops out to put out this issue, including the first appearance of color (banana yellow!) in the journal's design, this year by Zakary Jensen. Issue 3 has it all: hooks, minutemen, yes men, stray bunnies, billboards on the fritz, carnivorous coral, handwritten notes, rifts, wrists, fistfights, the sea and the seashore—

Our first launch will be in Berlin at the Motto bookstore on August 11th, 2012. Stephanie Taylor and Alice Könitz will give a live, costumed performance of their piece from Issue 3: A Leash for Fritz and Kale for Stray Bunny. The evening will also feature a special guest performance by artist David Raymond Conroy, Disappointment as Strategy. Natalie Häusler will present the new installation For Ann (rising) in the showcases, which will remain on display for the occasion.

Farrah Karapetian
Paul Zelevansky
Renee Petropolous
Nate Harrison
James Welling
Natalie Häusler
Harold Abramowitz
Shana Lutker
Stephanie Taylor & Alice Könitz
Frank Chang
Emily Mast


An Impossible Distance 

Barbara Ess, Nishiko, Duane Linklater, Sena Basoz, Sean Dockray, Daniel Gustav Cramer, Marley Freeman, Ian Cheng,  Jeanne Liotta, John Sisley, Michaela Gleave, Ed Steck/ Natalie Häusler, Toril Johannessen, Antoni Wojtyra, Lisa Rave, Claudia Sola, Giuseppe Licari, Oraib Toukan, Penelope Umbrico, Alice Ladenburg, Cameron MacLeod, Frank Heath, Natalie Häusler/ Ed Steck, Zach Houston. 

An Impossible Distance is a distributed exhibition of 24 works by 24 artists contained inside a cheap photo-envelope. Each work is 4″ x 6″, the US standard size for consumer photographs. The exhibition is distributed using file uploading software found on the photo department web pages of chain drugstores.

This is basically how it works:

- I am where I am.
- You are where you are.
- I upload the files from where I am to a website (where is this?) that sends them to a
  printer in a store near where you are.
- You walk to the printer.
- They are there, waiting for you.

How to see the exhibition:

1- Send an email to both (me) hikarusaru@gmail.com and (Matthew) matthewglennbrinkley@gmail.com.
2- In the subject of the email write: an impossible distance.
3- In the body of the email write either your home address or the address of the location you want the prints to be sent near to.
4- The nearest drugstore photo printer near you will be located.
5- Files will be sent to that store.
6- You will receive an e-mail stating when they will be ready for pick up.
7- Walk to the store and pick them up. You will have to pay for the prints (unless you are sneaky). Prices vary at each store. It will probably cost somewhere from $3-$6.

The title, An Impossible Distance, comes from an interview I did with Lumi Tan (the interview can be found in here). In the interview the idea of the impossibility of looking into distance (at the sea) online comes up. Not only that the screen is just a few inches away from our eyes, which makes literal spatial distance pertaining to vision disappear. But also, the constant stream of content makes it impossible to just stare out. When you stare your vision extends outward into a field of space, with no distractions. Online, continuously produced content makes distraction a constant. I asked each of the artists to give an image that somehow related to the sea, whether direct or broad. This is being launched in the summer, and in a sense, it is like a day-trip to the beach. To go and look at the water. Or, maybe, it is that the beach takes a day-trip to you. These seas come to you.

These will be sent to as many countries as possible. If you live in a country outside the US there may be trouble locating a website for a store near you. I may ask you for suggestions. Also, if you live in a country outside of the US and would like to help distributing this exhibition in your country, send me an email: hikarusaru@gmail.com. I will send you the high-res files and put you in charge of local distributor.

This project is currently on exhibit at Border in Mexico City curated by  Violeta Horcasitas and Fernanda D´Agostino.The exhibition is called A Room for Two and Many More. If you live in Mexico and would like the exhibition to be sent to a location near you, you can make a request from Violeta:  violetanomas@gmail.com

Download PDF of complete title list + thumbnails


you and I may not hurry it with a thousand poems my darling but nobody will stop it With all the Policemen in The World.zip


Anjum Asharia and Marisa Jahn, BFFA3AE, Claudia Sola, David Horvitz, Hans Aarsman, Jon Rafman, Kristina Lee Podesva, Marysia Lewandowska, Michael Mandiberg, Mishka Henner, Natalie Häusler, Vlatka Horvat


June 1, 2012 – ?

A downloadable and printable exhibition hosted at:


This exhibition may be freely downloaded, printed, exhibited, published, copied, etc… There are no installation instructions. The recommended print sizes are listed in the works list PDF. The zipped folder will will remain available as long as the sendspace link is active. They will not be re-uploaded.

The initial idea was to make a “bouquet of spring flowers,” and to “broadcast” this in spring (We still have 18 more days of spring!). The term broadcast (for broadcast distribution, like the internet) is originally a farming term for the broad casting of seeds. Distributing seeds over a broad area, throwing them with your hand. The internet here not only broadcasts over a large space, but also time (being able to store data that can be accessed in the future – like a seed?). Playing with these etymologies and metaphors, this exhibition is like a handful of seeds sent out somewhere. They may remain dormant, or with the right conditions, they can materialize into real space. And this is also about time – playing with the natural temporalities of the seasons (the movement of the sun and the Earth), with the simultaneity and synchronous aspects of high speed communication (something that seems to be able to exist beyond time and space).


above image: Marysia Lewandowska, Publishing as Practice (tulips). Stockholm, 26th May ’12

Supportico Lopez, Graefestr. 9, Berlin

Nicholas Byrne
Nicolas Ceccaldi
Marius Engh
Natalie Häusler
David Keating
Alek O
Niels Trannois
and a project by Marius Engh & Tarje Eikanger Gullaksen

For the spring exhibition of this year Supportico Lopez is having a temporary space upstairs the main gallery. In the main space there is an homage to the great figure of Gino De Dominicis, at Supportico Upstairs there is on view the group show “Als Morandi mit der Kinematographie liebäugelte” with works by Nicholas Byrne, Nicolas Ceccaldi, Marius Engh, Natalie Häusler, David Keating, Alek O, Niels Trannois and a project by Marius Engh & Tarje Eikanger Gullaksen

Supportico Lopez - Berlin
Graefestr. 9
10967 Berlin-Kreuzberg

Tuesday - Saturday, 2 - 7pm
+49 (0) 30 31989387

Kunsthalle Ravensburg


Opening Reception: Friday, March 9th 2012, 7 pm


Leonie Felle Christian Haake
Natalie Häusler
Annika Kahrs
Sophie Reinhold
Matthias Wermke/Mischa Leinkauf


March 12 - May 11, 2012

Kunsthalle Ravensburg
Eywiesenstraße 6
88212 Ravensburg





Liebe Kollegen
dear colleagues,


am Sonntag, den 11. Dezember 2011, 18 Uhr möchten wir euch
hiermit herzlich einladen.

This Sunday December 11th, 6pm we would like to invite you.


Ruelle at
Apartment Haeusler & Marszewski
Fuldastraße 46


Ruelle (from french franz. rue „street“, or „alley“, also the spare space between bed and bedroom wall) was a special form of salon in the 17th and 18th century, and referred to events hosted by high-ranking noblewoman in their bedrooms.


Please join us for the Bard MFA Thesis Exhibition 2011:

July 17 - 24, 2011
UBS Gallery
7401 South Broadway
Red Hook, NY

GALLERY HOURS: M – F, 11am – 5pm; Sat – Sun, 1 – 5pm

Chris Austin / Cecilia Berkovic / Nicholas Buffon / Jesse Cain / Dawn Cerny / Jesse Cohen / Lucy Dodd / Alev Ersan / Masha Godovannaya / Beka Goedde / Natalie Häusler / Dustin Hodges / Bonnie Jones / Christine Kelly / Andrew Lampert / Adam Linson / Adam Marnie / Alexander May / Boru O’Brien O’Connell / Tim Pierson / Anna E Reich / Eran Sachs / Carmelle Safdie / Ed Steck / Sergei Tcherepnin / Jim Zimpel


Soi Fischer Projects presents


Steven Brekelmans
Natalie Häusler
Annie MacDonell

Opening reception July 9th, 2011 at 7pm | Hosted by Butcher Gallery, Toronto, ON, Canada

09 JULY 2011 - 16 JULY 2011

4 Northern Place, Toronto, Ontario M6K 2T9
South of Dundas West, just east of Lansdowne

Soi Fischer Projects
Butcher Gallery


International Contemporary Art in Vancouver // June 2 - 5, 2011

THE FAIR: International Contemporary Art in Vancouver opens next Thursday, June 2nd. 18 local and international commercial galleries, non-profit artist-run centers, independent project spaces and institutions join together and exhibit contemporary art.

THE FAIR is hosted by The Waldorf Hotel. After 63 years in business The Waldorf Hotel has been re-imagined as a creative compound where contemporary art, music, food, and culture convene under one roof.

June 2 - 5, 2011
The Waldorf Hotel
1489 E. Hastings St.
Vancouver, B.C.


Hours Of Operation:

Opening Reception: Thursday, June 2, 7pm - 11pm
Friday, June 3, 5pm - 11pm
Saturday, June 4, 1pm - 5pm
Closing Reception: Saturday, June 4, 7pm - 11pm
Sunday, June 5, 11am - 2pm

Official Website

For more information please contact Lucas Soi, Director.
Phone: +1 (604) 618-4064 Email: info@artaftermoney.com

List of Exhibitors and Artists:

304 Days (Vancouver), 304 Days: Project Catalogue Book Launch and Artist Editions/ Access Gallery (Vancouver), Elizabeth Milton/ Black & Yellow Gallery (Vancouver), Jordy Hamilton, ChunPing Huang, Nathan McNinch/ Butcher Gallery (Toronto), Catalogue Of Our Peers Zine Launch and Video Screening/ Deluge Contemporary Art (Victoria), Leigh Bridges, Tamsin Clark, Arian Dylan, Lee Hutzulak, Daniel Laskarin, Neter Artist Collective, Mark Neufeld, Jennet Thomas/ Fillip (Vancouver), David Horvitz/ Goethe Satellite Vancouver (Munich)/ Revised Projects, Dida Zende/ Hedreen Gallery (Seattle), Jason Hirata, Rebar Niemi/ Hunter and Cook (Toronto)/ Nicole Ondre, Ron Tran, Tony Romano, Sam Falls, Jessica Eaton, Jay Isaac, Aaron Carpenter, Mark Dudiak, Jake Kosciuk/ Lawrimore Project (Seattle), Elias Hansen + Oscar Tuazon, Read More, Carolina Silva, SuttonBeresCuller, Isaac Layman, Jennie C. Jones, Wynne Greenwood, Susan Robb, Leo Saul Berk, Matt Browning, Cris Bruch/ LES Gallery (Vancouver), Andre Ethier, Shayne Ehman, Charlie Roberts, Heidi Johansen, Anders Oinonen, Dan Siney/ Motto Books (Berlin / Zurich)A Selection of New Publications/ Or Gallery (Vancouver / Berlin), Various Artists and Video Screening/ Preteen Gallery (Mexico City), Petra Cortright, Season (Seattle), Lucas Blalock, Dawn Cerny, Natalie Häusler, Rachel Kaye, Adam Marnie, Shannon McConnell, Philip Miner, Peter Scherrer, Mike Simi, Bradley Rubenstein, Jesse Sugarmann, Ian Toms, Marius Wilms/ Unit/Pitt Projects (Vancouver), Various Artists and Radio Transmission/ VIVO (Vancouver), A Selection From The Archives Western Front (Vancouver)/ Nicolas Sassoon, Sylvain Sailly


Klasse Frances Scholz
Temporary Gallery Cologne


Vernissage Fr, 05/20/2011, 7pm

Later: Boutique, Ebertplatzpassage, 10pm

05/21/ - 06/25/2011
Di-Fr 12pm - 6pm, Sa 12pm - 4pm

Temporary Gallery Cologne
Mauritiuswall 35
50676 Cologne
Tel. 0049 (0)221 302 344 67


The group show, Crossing the Atlantic: 40 years of DAAD New York, will display recent works of DAAD alumni and current DAAD grant holders that deal with themes of crossing the Atlantic, re- and/or dislocation, reinventing oneself on the other side of the Atlantic, migration, and foreignness.

Ilan Averbuch, Nadja Frank, Julie Goll, Jacqueline Goss, Natalie Häusler, Bettina Johae, Evi Lemberger, Katherine Newbegin, Asya Reznikov, Daniela Schlueter, Martyna Starosta, Angela Zumpe

Opening reception:
Friday, April 8, 2011
6:30 pm to 8:30pm
Chelsea Art Museum
556 West 22nd Street btw. 10th and 11th Ave

Exhibition: April 8 - April 22, 2011. If you mention DAAD at the museum’s entrance, the admission is free of charge.


Galerie Warhus Rittershaus

Groupshow with artist represented by the gallery and guests.

Andreas Breunig, Morgan Betz, Congress,
Ben Cottrell, Natalie Häusler, Katharina
Marszewski, Monika Michalko, Derk Thijs, Dominic Wood

Opening Reception: Feb 04, 2011, 6-10pm
Exhibition: February 05 - March 26, 2011

Maybachstraße 96

50670 Köln

Gallery hours:

Tuesday-Friday 13.00 - 18.00

Saturday 12.00 - 16.00

and by appointment


Fon: 0049 221 179 33 050

Fax: 0049 221 179 33 051



Marysia Gacek
Natalie Häusler

Opening Reception: Sun., Oct. 24th, 5 – 8pm
guest performance by GERMAN at 5pm

October 25 – October 30, 2010
3-7pm + by appointment

PS122 Gallery
150 First Avenue
New York, NY 10009

Short-Term Gallery Residency Program
Partially funded by members of Painting Space 122

for more information see pdf on your left.


SEASON is proud to present PARTY AND PARTY AND PARTY AND FUCK AND PARTY featuring drawings and watercolors by Natalie Häusler and sculpture by Jesse Sugarmann.

Opening reception Sunday October 17, 2-5pm

catalog available, with essay by Sara Krajewski, associate curator Henry Art Gallery

1222 NE Ravenna Blvd
Seattle Washington


It is with great pleasure that I announce the opening of SEASON on Sunday Oct 17 from 2-5pm. Season will host two solo shows four times a year at 1222 NE Ravenna Blvd, Seattle Washington. The inaugural show PARTY AND PARTY AND PARTY AND FUCK AND PARTY will feature watercolors by Natalie Häusler and sculpture by Jesse Sugarmann.

1222 NE Ravenna Blvd
Seattle Washington

opening reception Sunday October 17 2-5pm
hours by appointment only
206 679 0706


Kunstklub Berlin
death by papercut

Johanna Abraham, Natalie Häusler, Nina Maria Küchler,
Miranda Pennell, Ulrich Pester, Lena Pemöller, Yannick Rudolph
and Anna Skrollan Virnich


Screening of “Magnetic North” by Miranda Pennell at 8 pm, 9 pm and 10 pm; duration 9 minutes

July 18 - 25, 2009

Opening hours: July 19th, July 23rd and July 24th from 3 – 6 pm.
directions: at Alexanderplatz Strassenbahn M4 Richtung Falkenberg, Ausstieg Hufelandstrasse

Kunstklub Berlin
Greifswalder Straße 223
left ground floor
10405 Berlin





an installation by Natalie Häusler, Isabel Henn und Axel Loytved

opening: thursday, january 29th, 7pm
exhibition: 01/30/09 - 04/20/09

Hallenbad - Zentrum für junge Kultur
Schachtweg 31
38440 Wolfsburg




opening: saturday, november 22nd, 6-9pm
exhibition: 11/22/08 - 01/10/09, wednesday – friday: 1–6pm,
saturday: 12-4pm

schnittraum // lutz becker
jülicher str. 14, 50674 köln


Kur de Belles

an exhibition by handsome artists




Kunstklub Berlin


MUSIC, Glögg und Baum

December 12 -14, 2008
saturday, 13th and sunday, 14th, 3–6PM

Anika Gebert, Alfa Romeo, Anja Carr, Antje Pehle, Andy Kania, Ann Schmalwaßer, Alex Neuhaus, Anne-Katrin Ahrens, Anne Biehl, Britta Fehrmann, Bernhard Uhlig, Chickentikkafoot Knoth, Craig Atkinson, David Hahlbrock, Florian Bielefeldt, Frances Scholz, Fanny Vogler, Gudrun Rau, Giselind von Wurmb, Ira Nimsdorf, Jacqueline Doyen, Johanna Abraham, Jana Gontscharuk, Jakob Jensen, Jessica Halm, Jutta Schmid, Jugoslav Mitevski, Janine Stratmann, Jochen Schneider, Julian Faudt, Kathrin Ganser, Katharina Timner, Katja Kenner, Lisa Herfeldt, Lena Pemöller, Lukas Bugla, Mirja Busch, Marcus Gründel, Markus Losleben, Markus Saile, Marcus Albert, Marik Lechner, Mark von Schlegell, Marius Wilms, Nina Maria Küchler, Natalie Häusler, Niklas Sillén, Philipp Graf, Patrizia Kaiser, Sabine Springer, Sarah Steiner, Sarah Bohn, Sebastian Brockmeyer, Tina Buchen, Tomoko Nakamura, Yannick Rudolph

Kunstklub Berlin
Greifswalder Straße 223
left ground floor
10405 Berlin

M4 Hufelandstraße/
Am Friedrichshain