Julian Charrière receives the GASAG Art Prize 2018. The conceptual artist questions in his works the structure between man and nature, living beings and living space. With the Bunsen burner he forms an iceberg, from a pile of soil and a few flour bags he creates poetic mountain landscapes, with simple food coloring he helps pigeons to fabulous feather costumes—and with each of these works of art, Julian Charrière once again demands our attention to focus on our habitat and our interplay with it. As part of Berlin Art Week 2018 and developed for the space of the Berlinische Galerie his exhibition will be opened. More about the GASAG Art Prize can be found here and more about the exhibition here.