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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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  • Galerie im Koernerpark; Vernissage; Linear Momentum; 2016

    05.11.2016–22.01.2017

    LINEAR MOMENTUM

    LINEAR MOMENTUM is an exhibition dealing with line in relation to our movement in urban and rural space.

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  • Lichtfest Susanne Kriemann

    10.09.–30.10.2016

    Susanne Kriemann – ich bin, varim, je suis Abendrot

    In her new project for the Galerie im Körnerpark, Susanne Kriemann works conceptually with light – the energy that structures life through the rhythm of day and night.

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  • Mathilde ter Heijne – Blood, Sweat and Tears, 2016, Eingangsbereich

    25.06.–04.09.2016

    Mathilde ter Hejne – Blood, Sweat and Tears

    Assembling Past and Future

    “Blood, Sweat and Tears – Assembling Past and Future” transforms the Galerie im Körnerpark into a space for discussion and reflection on peace and conflict management. Its historical anchor is the first International Women’s Peace Congress at The Hague in 1915, during which the participants debated the sociopolitical, economic and intellectual prerequisites for a future lasting peace. Blood, Sweat and Tears sees itself as an artistic search for whatever ties together those committed to a peaceful world.

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  • Post-Soviet Cassandras, Ausstellungseröffnung. Vorn: Wandmalerei von Gandhi. Ein grauer Storch, dessen Federkleid wie eine Uniform aussieht und der eine Kette mit einem Kreuz um den Hals trägt, hält ein schreiendes Baby in einem Tuch. Drüber steht: Vergewaltigt worden? Gebäre! Gott wird schon helfen.

    25.04.–12.07.2015

    Post-Soviet Cassandras

    “Post-Soviet Cassandras” is an exhibition with artists from Russia, Ukraine and Belarus, who all deal critically with the social and political situation in their countries.

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