Thursday, 16 Oct
Friday, 17 Oct
In the exhibition "Review" the artists Charlotte Bastian, Simone Häckel, Karen Linnenkohl, Christine Niehoff, Mariel Poppe, Claudia Schoemig, Annette Sonnewend and Linda Weiss take a critical look at the borders of the European Union, asking questions about the meaning of the European idea. In her collages, Bastian reassembles paper cut-outs of photographs taken on journeys all over Europe...
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Saturday, 18 Oct
Wednesday, 22 Oct
Thursday, 23 Oct
Friday, 24 Oct
After meeting at the Baltic Gallery of Contemporary Art in Poland as artists in residence, collaborative practice has continued through the process led by exchange & responsive creative takeover of works. A series of intuitive sculptural installations utilising an amalgamation of low value materials and palpable time consumption have been generated through consequential cross-intervention. This...
Saturday, 25 Oct
In Kasia Fudakowski’s performance Sticks and stones may break my bones but real estate always appreciates, a piece created specially for TFPM, the audience is asked to re-evaluate a piece of wasteland as a potential plot for a home. In an abandoned place near Berlin Südkreuz railway station, an area of increasing real estate speculation, a noisy group of...
Thursday, 30 Oct
Artist talk with the artist: November 13, 2014, 19.00h.
Portraits of Now . Magnum Photomaton
Will McBride . Ich liebe diese Stadt
Talents 30 . Arbeit am Mythos
phase 1: October 30, 20.00h
phase 2: November 13, 20.00h
Friday, 31 Oct
Glaskasten (Conference room)
"Hidden Agenda". In his first solo exhibition the Korean artist Jae-Hyun Yoo is addressing the frozen conflict between the two Koreas. As a result of a proxy war between the superpowers emerging after WW2 the Korean nation is divided into two states, officially at war till today. This...
Saturday, 1 Nov
The Week After Next
Tuesday, 4 Nov
A group exhibition with works by Nadja Bournonville, Alex Lebus, Titus Schade and Jakub Šimčik.