WIR NENNEN ES ARBEIT

Galleria Opere Scelte, via Matteo Pescatore 11/d, Turin
http://www.operescelte.com
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MEGA BOCK

Uferhallen, Uferstrasse 8-11, 13357 Berlin
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Ausscherend

Axel Obiger, Brunnenstraße 29, 10119 Berlin
http://www.axelobiger.net
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essentials.

Prinzregentenstrasse 1, 80538 München
http://kuenstlerverbund-im-haus-der-kunst-muenchen.de
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Stop&Go

Peter Dobroschke Künstler:: Stop&Go

Seite_ff in Tagesspiegel

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BOOK LAUNCH

Uferstrasse 8-11, 13357 Berlin
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8. BREMER KUNSTFRÜHLING

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Circa

nachtspeicher23, Lindenstrasse23, 20099 Hamburg St.Georg
http://www.nachtspeicher23.de
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BOOK RELEASE

PUBLICATION RELEASE

TRANCEATLANTIC CUBIZM / THERMODYNAMIC TWILIGHT

“He explained that an airplane window naturally gives a distorted impression of what is going on outside.          First the glass adds a rainbow effect to the view, and second the position of the window never allows the passenger a central perspective, as the space between seat and window is not spacious enough.”

An extended exhibition catalogue in 2 chapters 

Curated and materialized by Judith Sönnicken & Marius Schmidt

Artists:

Olaf Breuning, Peter Dobroschke, Diogo Evangelista, Sonja Gerdes, 

Nuno Henriques, Thomas Hornemann, Junji Ito, Bärbel Karrass, Claudia Larcher, 

Lutz & Guggisberg, Leo Peschta, André Romão, Adele Röder for Das Institut, 

Gonçalo Sena, Marius Schmidt, David Shrigley, Judith Sönnicken, Timur Üzel

 

72 Pages, Edition: 100

Release Party:

Friday, February 14th, 2014, 8 PM

DAS GIFT

Donaustraße 119

12043 Berlin


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Info On Books

Kosmetiksalon Babette, Bar in der Karl-Marx-Allee 36, 10178 Berlin
http://www.barbabette.com/Babette/Programm.html
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IMAGINÄRE GRÖSSE // DER ANFANG VON ETWAS

Lobeckstrasse 30-35
http://www.schau-fenster.info
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Inside the Box

opening sunday 15th of september at 11 am at the Alte Pinakothek, Munich
(mein Beitrag in der Städtischen Galerie im Lenbachhaus, Luisenstraße 33, 80333 München)
http://www.insidetheboxblog.com
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TRANSATLANTIC CUBISZM

Ebertplatz 0, Ebertplatzpassagen, 50668 Köln
http://www.boutique-koeln.de/veranstaltung/infernoesque/
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Berlin.Status 2

opening thursday 23rd of may, 7-10pm

Künstlerhaus Bethanien

Schauraum Kottbusser Str.10

 

 

BERLIN.STATUS [2] marks the second survey of new tendencies and trends in Berlin’s art scenes, undertaken by the curators Sven Drühl and Christoph Tannert. It has been a little over a year since BERLIN.STATUS [1],  a period in which a lot happens in Berlin.
A boom on the art and creative scenes and gentrification are two aspects of this structural change that are putting the German capital under tremendous pressure; slowly, they are bringing in their wake a reconsideration of strategic land use and housing policy. Berlin is still a dream destination for young artist nomads from all over the world. There is a huge potential of artistic sensitivity in the city, but most of these creative individuals can do no more than keep their heads above water in an extremely precarious situation. At the same time, Berlin is being inundated by tourists. Rents rise and go on rising. The same is true of radicalism.
Many artists are well aware of such aggravations in the inner-city climate but respond in extremely different ways: vulgar urban criticism can be found alongside art curiosities. Relentless overheating in a capitalist system driven by the financial markets is reflected in the anachronism of those artistic urban guerrillas who first pretend outrage, then appear quite sedate and ready for compromise; who either rebel against politics with hidden aggression or make the world that is awry into an aesthetic theme in itself. In all this, simple truths in both politics and art are hard to come by.
BERLIN.STATUS [2] focuses on artists born from 1978–1984. The publication and exhibition of works by more than 50 artists permit a look ahead to the potentials of the youngest generation of artists, although they made quite clear even during preparations for the exhibition that there would be no big bang after which everything would be different. Nonetheless, there is a broad spectrum of interventionist thinking and image-manipulating approaches, with a lot of video art, some painting, non-figurative objects and the tendency towards low-budget materials that is so typical of Berlin. 
(S. Drühl / Ch. Tannert)


Teilnehmende KünstlerInnen //  Participating artists:
David Adamo,  Song-Ming Ang,  Julius von Bismarck,  Thomas Chapman,  Lise Chevalier,  Mariechen Danz,  Simon Denny,  Uros Djurovic,  Peter Dobroschke,  Aleksandra Domanovic,  Antje Engelmann,  Larissa Fassler,  Thilo Frank,  Max Frisinger,  Wolfgang Ganter,  Stefanie Gutheil,  Claas Gutsche,  Emma Waltraud Howes,  Michelle Jezierski,  John Kleckner,  Christoph Knäbich,  Nuri Koerfer,  Clemens Krauss,  MARCELLVS L.,  Cyrill Lachauer,  Oliver Laric,  Daniel Lergon,  Jennis Cheng Tien Li,  Philip Loersch,  Song Lu,  Nik Nowak,  Tim Plamper,  Sophia Pompéry,  Gabriel Rossell Santillán,  Moritz Schleime,  Dennis Scholl,  Bettina Scholz,  Sarah Schönfeld,  Robert Seidel,  Pola Sieverding,  Natalia Stachon,  Tim Stapel,  Despina Stokou,  Henning Strassburger,  Asli Sungu,  Reijiro Wada,  Johannes Weiss,  Clemens Wilhelm,  Jordan Wolfson,  Michael Wutz,  Hui Zhang
Kottbusser Str.10, 10999 Berlin
http://www.bethanien.de
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Mask

Oranienstrasse 175, 10999 Berlin
http://www.sox-berlin.com/detail.php?detail=79
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