FELLINI Gallery was founded in 2008 in Shanghai, China by an award-winning film producer and art lover. Inspired by the works of the legendary Italian film director Federico Fellini, FELLINI is destined to be an art salon where artists and art lovers can gather to exchange ideas and inspire progress. Spread over four stories in a European style former residence in Shanghai's historic French Concession, FELLINI's exceptional location and dynamic roster of artists quickly brought it to the attention of the international art scene. The gallery's rapid success in Shanghai led to the creation of a second location in the new art capital of Europe: Berlin.
FELLINI Gallery's Berlin branch is located in the vibrant and multicultural Bergmannkiez in Kreuzberg, and maintains the spirit of the original Shanghai gallery by exhibiting breathtaking art in a vast, extraordinary space. FELLINI exhibits a wide range of work in the fine arts of painting, photography, sculpture, and performance as well as groundbreaking new media. FELLINI has strong connections to established artists and collectors in Los Angeles and China, while seeking to discover new talents in Berlin and internationally. FELLINI specializes in artist exhibitions and promotion, art consulting, interior design, and lease-sale programs.
FELLINI holds regular events and collaborates with museums, chambers, libraries, and other international galleries. Our attendees are collectors, artists, art lovers, critics, and experts from various creative industries.
FELLINI's goal is to dream, inspire and create.
Feb 16, 2017 - Apr 16, 2017
The term 'utopia', coined by Thomas More, involves a pun: whereas utopia, in Greek, signifies 'no place', it's homophonic prefix eutopia signifies 'good place'. Where then lies the difference? As the term 'dystopia' now deems an ironic and sarcastic undertone, as it translates to 'anti no place'. For the beginning of 2017, Fellini Gallery presents to you a series of artworks that challenges your belief in the difference between 'Utopia' and 'Dystopia'. Throughout the exhibition, each of the artist's works invites you into their fictitious place where the idealistic thinking becomes obscured by apocalyptic space, suggests the symmetry of both utopia and dystopia in the mind of an individual.