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Colors in Coldness

Dana Burns

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28 June 2024 19:00–22:00 29 June 2024 10:00–22:00 30 June 2024 10:00–19:00
Dana Burns’s paintings co-create with nature and her local surroundings as she processes post-Covid Millennial burnout, immigration angst & multiple levels of grief within her two hermitic years in Berlin. The dark soul of the city, its various green spaces & the inability to socialise unlike ever before provided Burns with the opportunity to dive deeply into her psyche and finally face certain shadows head-on. “There's purpose in pain and a gift in every loss” is a constant reminder as the artist listens to the sounds of nature amongst the city’s chaos — painting the final chapters of her laborious Chironic journey from her petite Neukölln studio.


Dana Burns

Dana Burns (b. 1987) grew up in New York and has split most of her adult years between the French Alps, the mediterranean sea coast and Paris, France. She earned her BFA in Fine Art and Minor in History of Art from the Fashion Institute of Technology (NYC) in 2010. She is a recipient of many art awards for her paintings and featured in various French magazines such as Beaux Quartiers.

In 2024 she is debuting her experimental art vitrine dedicated to under-represented female immigrant artists, in Neukölln. She currently lives and works in Berlin, Germany with her two cats.


Weserstr. 188
12045 Berlin

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