BBG: The blue flower of Lululu

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The exhibition “The blue flower of Lululu” features a captivating 19-meter mural, resembling an infinite curtain. It emphasizes dynamic design, utilizing material properties to create undulating effects. In front are canvases with gentle gradients, adding depth. “Lululu” is a versatile expression, evoking joy or surprise, with cultural references. The exhibit showcases various styles from drip painting to surrealism, inviting viewers to explore art history.

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The blue flower of Lululu show,
A mural grand, a magic flow,
Nineteen meters, infinite sprawl,
A curtain's dance, a painter's call.

Dynamic strokes, on paper's swell,
Heavy hues, in waves they dwell,
Moisture's touch, weighty might,
Creates a scene, both dark and light.

Before this wall, canvases lie,
With gentle gradients, they catch the eye,
Organic shapes, in abstract flight,
Nature's whispers, in colors bright.

"Lululu", a phrase so free,
A whistle, a hum, a jubilee,
Spontaneous joy, or a catchy tune,
In every context, it finds its boon.

And within this exhibition's realm,
Diverse styles take the helm,
Drip and action, surreal dreams,
A kaleidoscope of artistic themes.

So, "Lululu" leads the way,
To an island where artists play,
Amidst crashing waves, and skies of blue,
A haven awaits, just for you.

Under palm or flower's gaze,
Jeppe Hein's smile, a welcome blaze,
Inhale deeply, let worries flee,
For "Lululu" sets your spirit free.

2024  Alexander Butter

The blue flower of Lululu

Alexander Butter

March 22nd to April 12th 2024

Opening Friday March 22nd 2024
5 – 9 pm

Bark Berlin Gallery

Köthener Straße 28
Berlin 10963
Germany

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