September 26, 2019 marks the launch of the Hamburg-based art collection HIGH10 as well as its first public presentation – a comprehensive solo exhibition by internationally acclaimed multidisciplinary artist David Drebin (*1970 in Toronto, Canada). At the premises of the historic Barlach-Halle K, the collection presents an overview of Drebin’s work, showcasing a selection of his photographic, sculptural, and neon works. The Canadian artist is best known for his cinematic, narrative style featuring “femme fatales” in imaginative, dramatic settings, as well as dreamlike landscapes and cityscapes that capture our yearning for faraway places, or mysterious, unexpected encounters. Drebin uses distinctive...
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