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  • Einladungskarte zur Ausstellung The Process of Becoming

    26.08.–06.11.2019

    The Process of Becoming – Temporal Dimensions of Sculpture

    “The Process of Becoming” exhibition challenges classical concepts of sculpture. It raises questions about where and how the working process begins and when it ends. Who and what is involved in the process and has an active influence on it?

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  • Image for DRUCK DRUCK DRUCK

    13.04.–14.08.2019

    DRUCK DRUCK DRUCK

    The project brings the print studio into Körnerpark Gallery, making a space for independent print-based communities from Berlin and beyond.

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  • Protests against G8 Summit in Genoa V, 2001 (Detail)

    19.01.–03.04.2019

    ARE YOU SATISFIED? Contemporary Art and Revolution

    Are You Satisfied? Contemporary Art and Revolution addresses the conditions and mechanisms of revolutionary action and its consequences from a contemporary perspective. The artists establish points of departure partly in historical events and current forms of protest, bringing state regulation, representations of power, and resistance into focus.

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  • Image for Nihad Nino Pušija – THAT'S HOW WE DO IT

    28.09.2018–09.01.2019

    Nihad Nino Pušija – THAT'S HOW WE DO IT

    Photographer Nihad Nino Pušija has examined the everyday lives of former Yugoslavia’s Roma people, now scattered across Europe, for over twenty years.

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  • Installation view

    14.07.–19.09.2018

    Anonymous Drawings 2018

    The ANONYMOUS DRAWINGS 2018 exhibition features 600 drawings by 600 anonymous international artists presented with no mention of authorship or title and offered for sale at a symbolic price of €200. The identity of the artist is revealed only after the work is sold.

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  • Close-up of the uprooted tree

    28.04.–04.07.2018

    Thomas Kilpper – Uprooted

    Social cohesion and solidarity seem more fragile than ever at the moment. Communities across the globe are being confronted with increasingly nationalist tendencies. Public perceptions of refugee crises and migration focus primarily on the challenges facing society.

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  • Einladungskarte zur Ausstellung

    03.02.–18.04.2018

    Anne Brannys – An Encyclopaedia of the Delicate

    The exhibition “Eine Enzyklopädie des Zarten” (An Encyclopaedia of the Delicate) is based on Anne Brannys’s dissertation of the same name. In it the artist sheds light on the concept of “delicate” or “tender” from different perspectives, interweaving questions from the humanities, the natural sciences, and art.

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  • Blick in die Ausstellung

    04.11.2017–21.01.2018

    REFRAMING WORLDS

    Mobility and Gender in a Postcolonial, Feminist Perspective

    “Reframing Worlds” is an exhibition that brings together work by Berlin artists dealing with the lives and works of a diverse group of women including Gertrude Bell, Agatha Christie, Maria Mandessi Bell Diop, Mia May, Sayyida Salme Princess of Oman and Zanzibar alias Emily Ruete, and Ida Pfeiffer.

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  • Einladungskarte zur Ausstellung

    29.07.–25.10.2017

    Nika Oblak & Primož Novak – And Now for Something Completely Different 6

    How can a ball flying through a film protrude from the actual screen? It is possible to defend ourselves physically against the dominance of the media?

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  • Detail der Einladungskarte zur Ausstellung

    28.01.–19.04.2017

    Angelika Frommherz / Juliane Laitzsch – Lustwandeln

    Artistic processes are not far off from planting and taking care of a garden. Similar to tasks like digging, sowing, watering, fertilizing, and pruning, artists cultivate their work and observe closely as it takes on its own dynamic. Some things only develop in the right environment, with the right neighbors.

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