Full Moon Gallery is an art exhibition space initiated and hosted by Jugend- & Kulturprojekt e.V. – JKPeV on Hechtstr. 17 in Hechtviertel Dresden with the express intent of creating a space and environment to allow local and international visual artists to feature their work in an innovative way; on the windows of the Full Moon Gallery every full moon. Artworks are facing not the inside space but the outside world which makes art more accessible and inclusive. Whether paintings, drawings, photos or graphic art, the main concept is to allow the spirit of free ideas to flourish, and then to present the result of that effort to the community.
A new exhibition that displays the works of one artist is inaugurated every full moon night. For three consecutive nights, the artworks are lit up all night long. The visitors have access from the street to see the artworks hanging on the windows of the Full Moon Gallery. This way, the Full Moon Gallery is open to everyone. Feel the art by joining the art exhibitions of the Full Moon Gallery! Experience a mesmerizing journey of the full moon’s magnetizing effect discovering art in an unusual way.
“Let us unravel our inner creativity, explore our hidden
desires and dreams”
Peter Koch 27. Februar - 15. März 2021
Während seines Studium baute er Kontakt zu einigen namhaften Künstlern der DDR wie Dieter Weidenbach, Horst Peter Meyer und Joachim Kuhlmann auf, um von ihnen zu lernen. Dabei konzentrierte er sich auf maritime Impressionen und Momente des dörflichen Lebens.
Peter Koch liebt die Ästhetik, lebt und arbeitet gern aus dem Bauch heraus und entwickelte in den letzten Jahren einen Hang zum Experimentellen.
Leider werden wir keine Eröffnung feiern können, aber die Ausstellung wird vom 27 Februar bis zum 15. März 2021 zu sehen sein. Für den besten Eindruck empfehlen wir, die Galeriefenster ab 16:00 Uhr nachmittags zu besuchen. Denn dann ist es fantastisch beleuchtet.
”Support your local artist” initiative is a solidarity action of Jugend- & Kulturprojekt e.V. to the Dresden artists by giving them the window space of Full Moon Gallery as a constant art market till the end of the lock down. If you want to support the artists come around and buy unique art for very fair prices.
Exhibition 28. January 2021 till 5. February 2021
Art market 19. December 2020 till 10. January 2021
Christmas art market
Exhibition 05. December 2020
Corona Moon Exhibition
Exhibition 31. October 2020
Painting by Enas Arabi
We couldn’t imagine a better way to celebrate altogether the full Halloween moon and the so-called ”hunter’s moon” than hosting in our Full Moon Gallery the fabulous ‘Maskerade’ exhibition by Enas Arabi! Under the gleaming lights of KulturCentrale, on the 31st of October, numerous passionate aesthetes gathered around this Syrian artist to admire her compelling new art projects. The participants were thrilled by the mysterious theme of ‘masks’ as – literally and figuratively – masks have always been a delicate way to hide valuable secrets, personal emotions and at a nutshell our ‘true’ face.
Exhibition 01. October 2020
Painting and graphic by Ana Pireva
Exhibition 02. September 2020
Vielleicht Gestern by
Painting by Angel Vasilev
On the 2nd of September, the Full Moon Gallery opened its windows to the local artist Angel Vasiliev who presented his exhibition “Vielleicht Gestern”. The artist explained that the name “Vielleicht Gestern” or “Maybe yesterday” is a funny reminder to himself not to leave the work for tomorrow and be productive artistically in the here and now – the best time for that having been already yesterday. At the exhibition of the Full Moon Gallery Angel presented six artworks that were inspired by two years of traveling. His art however inspired us to organise our next exhibition on the 1st of October. More details about that will follow soon!
Opening of Full Moon Gallery
and Exhibition by Jakyeong
On the 3rd of August 2020 at 21:00, JKPeV inaugurated the Full Moon Gallery in the heart of the Hechtviertel in Dresden, with the opening of the art exhibition “Facebook” by the inspirational and talented artist Jakyeong from South Korea. Jakyeong in her works captures the unfamiliar faces of the local passersby in different places she has been to. The combination of Korean and Western motives in her artworks is strongly connected to the human nature, the way we keep our feelings, anxieties, weaknesses and insecurities to ourselves and wear the mask of confidence, success and strength in the outside world.
Jakyeong’s paintings display controversial characters in vivid, bright and captivating colours. As she highlights, the flamboyant representation of tigers on her artworks reveals a strong link to the east Asian culture, symbolising power, success and magnificence.
Despite the challenging Corona times, many people joined the opening of the Full Moon Gallery. It was a friendly and lively atmosphere where people from different age groups and lifestyles mingled and had the chance to meet in person the artist and talk with her about her work. JKPeV is glad to offer a brand-new setting of an out-of-the-ordinary gallery for locals to join our art exhibitions while having a casual walk under the full moon light.
We are looking forward to seeing you at the opening of the Full Moon Gallery’s new art exhibition under the title “Maybe Yesterday” by the Bulgarian artist Angel Vasilev on the 2nd of September. Come over and join us under the full moon light!