Sophie Vallance Cantor, Miriam Beichert


NBB GALLERY invites you to the opening of Sophie Vallance Cantor’s solo exhibition “BURNOUT” on Friday, October 13 at 6 PM. The newest body of work by the established British artist combines cinematographic imagery with striking depiciton of neon lights. Intimate motives, self-portraits as well as feline portraits by Sophie Vallance Cantor will be on view from October 13th until November 03, 2023 in Berlin. 

Sophie Vallance Cantor – Burnout

Sophie Vallance Cantor was born in 1993, United Kingdom, practice as a painter is an intense examination of moving through life, a conversation with herself. Encounters from her everyday are re-imagined on her large square canvases, half reality, half fantasy. She has exhibited internationally in both group and solo shows including at Union Gallery (London), T293 (Rome), L21 (Spain), Breach (Miami), Kogan Amaro (São Paulo), Everyday Gallery (Belgium), NBB (Berlin), Guts Gallery (London) among others. Her own voice exists between feminist practices, cathartic art making, processes of confession, folklore and storytelling, and ultimately her work is an expression of self reflection as she grows and changes as a person.


This fall, THE BACKROOM introduces Miriam Beichert with her first solo show at NBB. The exibition titled is inspired by a slogan of the Finnish phone manufacturer Nokia “CONNECTING PEOPLE.” Concerned with nostalgia, the prominent topic in Beichert’s art is the overlap between the feeling of togetherness as well as loneliness.

Miriam Beichert – Connecting People

Miriam Beichert was born in 1999, in Germany lives and works in Stuttgart. Most recently she studied in the class of Daniel Richter at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna. Miriam Beichert’s artistic work reflects the aesthetics of consumption and contemporary lifestyles, incorporating the physical as well as the digital environment. 


Both exhibitions are on view from October 13 until November 03, 2023

October 13, 2023, 6 – 9 PM

Thu – Fri from 12 – 6 PM and by appointment

Karl-Marx-Allee 85, 10243 Berlin


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