Group exhibition
One gallery. 180 square meters. 4 rooms. 4 artists.

In UNCURATED, four different artistic visions collide and enter into a dialogue. Each artist presents a selection of his works in a room of the gallery and becomes a curator himself. Initially, the œuvres are not related to each other neither thematically nor stylistically.

With this exhibition, we would like to rethink canonically transmitted exhibition and presentation methods of the art world, and thereby give four outstanding artists the opportunity of a diversified presentation of their work. With this in mind, we would like to offer collectors and art enthusiasts a more intimate and intensive insight into the respective œuvre.

The exhibition runs until 26th February 2022. Thursday to Saturday from 3pm to 7pm or by telephone agreement.


Emilie Steele is a multidisciplinary artist working in Halland, Sweden. Steele studied fashion and design at the Beckmanns School of Design, metal arts at Nyckelviksskolan as well as art and craft at Konstfack University of Arts. Her diverse interests are reflected in her interdisciplinary artistic approach, which combines components of fine arts, craftsmanship, design and fashion. Emilie Steele creates detailed sculptural as well as illustrated pieces  with the intention ofquestioning constructed ideas about human condition while also challenging social conceptions of beauty. Besides recurring topics with dark connotations such as states of captivity and liberation, the artist creates dreamy and playful scenes with focus on material and color - always however with a hue of bittersweetness present.


The Austrian artist Stefan Zsaitsits currently lives and works near Vienna. After graduating from the University of Applied Arts Vienna in 2006, he received several awards, including the Art Austria Award 2014. Zsaitsits dedicates his artistic work to drawing, more specifically to graphite drawing, and with its help explores the soul life of the protagonists depicted.
His works are particularly characterized by technical refinement in their realization. His pencil style fluctuates from coarse, firm strokes to delicate, filigree touches. 

© Steele "Metanoia II" 2021, Alpha Plaster, Acrylics, 20x11cm

CURRENT - Bathroom rituals to purify ourselves into an improved goal - conforming under controlled water directed by man-made pipes. A tunnel vision with a limited belief that healing requires cleansing. But... We are made of water and healing is about connecting with our current. Poor a glass of bottled water into the wild ocean and it will no longer be still. For once we harmonize with our truth, we will inhale the waves of change and embrace the saturated fluidness of becoming.”

© Stefan Zsaitsits, "Kelvin" 2021, Graphite on paper, 85x55cm

"As far as the visual arts are concerned, I believe that drawing is the medium that comes closest to human thought. In my works of art, I try to facilitate the vital questions without neglecting the daily problems of man. From the big picture to the small and vice versa. From wanderings to concrete ideas. From worldly everyday life to the search for meaning. Order and chaos as unity in my head.“


Tiina Heiska lives and works in Helsinki. She graduated from the Finnish Academy of Fine Arts in 1987 and received her Master of Fine Arts degree in 2001. She has participated in numerous group exhibitions in Finland and internationally, e.g. in England, France, Sweden, and Germany. In 2008 she was nominated as a candidate for Sovereign Art Prize in London. Heiska’s works are represented in many significant public collections, such as EMMA – Espoo Museum of Modern Art, Amos Anderson Art Museum, HAM Helsinki City Art Museum, Sara Hildén Art Museum, Saastamoinen Foundation, Jenny and Antti Wihuri Foundation’s Collection, and Oulu Art Museum among others.


Yolanda Dorda born in Barcelona, Yolanda Dorda grew up in A Coruña. She has always been linked, in one way or another, to art, which led her to begin her artistic studies at the Pablo Picasso School of Art, opting for sculpture as a specialization. It was in London that painting became her main means of expression. It was there that she came into contact with English painters and expressionism, and their influence was clear in her works. In her canvases you can appreciate a certain cosmopolitanism that comes from her English experience, but also from her time in New York, Barcelona and Slovenia, connecting with the artistic environment of these cities. Since its inception, in addition to her artistic residencies, Dorda has participated in numerous meetings of artists, being selected for workshops organized by the MACUF, and also by the CIEC Foundation. Furthermore, she has won numerous awards in many art competitions, and her work can be found in some important collections and institutions.

© Tiina Heiska, "Fantasy of Violence" 2020, Oil on canvas, 150cm x 140cm

Qu’est ce que tu penses, Sèverine?

„The three-part project Grandmother's House is about the attempt to free oneself from the cultural pressures of being a woman. Its narrative is inspired by my grandmother, a former small-town beauty queen who closed herself in a shell and dedicated her life to nurturing her beauty after a tragedy in her youth. The final part of the trilogy, is based on Luis Bunuel’s film Belle de Jour (1967). In the film, Catherine Deneuve plays the coolly ethereal, bored housewife, Séverine, who beneath her closed outer shell gives in to the sadomasochistic daydreams that obsessively drive her, and ultimately lives out her fantasies by secretly working in a brothel. Like Séverine, my grandmother kept up the impeccable appearances of petty-bourgeois life, but I don’t know what went on under the surface, what she dreamed of doing, what her fantasies were. In my imagination I filled the void left by my grandmother’s inaccessible inner life with the figure of Séverine in the series: Qu’est ce que tu penses, Séverine? /What are you thinking Séverine?“