On the occasion of the exhibition Another Day To Go Nowhere
at KÖNIG TOKIO the Berlin-based artist Anselm Reyle has created a site-specific installation, presenting pieces from his latest series of works. Alongside a selection of newly conceived paintings, the artist, who is well known for his playful use of materials, textures and colours, will also exhibit a group of new ceramics. The presentation is visually framed by the white gallery walls, which Reyle has roughly sprayed with black paint. Inspired by graffiti and tags, he took this type of artistic expression found in urban public spaces and transferred it into the exhibition space in an abstracted, reduced form.