This Week

Past Week

Sunday, 2 Aug

Finissage and booklaunch
Zur Finissage erscheint eine umfangreiche Publikation im Verlag für moderne Kunst, Wien. Die 100 Werke der Ausstellung werden darin von folgenden 100 Autorinnen und Autoren kommentiert: Nico Anklam, Brigitte Baumstark, Kathrin Becker, Stefan Becker, Sven Beckstette, Aljoscha Begrich, Peter Bexte, Friedrich W. Block, Margrit Brehm, Jan Peter Bremer, Bazon Brock, Eberhard Brügel, Dieter Brunner, Sigrun Brunsiek, Ralf Burmeister,...
Haus am Lützowplatz, 17.00h
Duration: 2 Aug

This Week

Monday, 3 Aug

The 12th installment of Berliner Luft at Dittrich & Schlechtriem, featuring a collaborative work by Julius von Bismarck and Julian Charrière, opens on Monday, August 3 and will be on view daily from 11 AM to 6 PM through Saturday, August 8. The established artist duo works at the threshold of science and art, examining our relationships to nature, society, and history. It will be the first presentation of the series of photographs from Objects in...
DITTRICH & SCHLECHTRIEM, 11.00h
Duration: 3 Aug8 Aug

Friday, 7 Aug

Image attached: (c) Sonja Nilsson
NEW DATE! In the exhibition "Visibility is a Trap", Sonja Nilsson will show two pieces from a series of works that revolve around the sociological concept of Passing; a person’s ability to be perceived as a member of an identity group or category other than their origin. Characteristic of Nilsson's work is her illusionist media trickery making actors appear in like holograms in space. As viewers, we are often confronted and actively placed in relation to...
SCOTTY, 11.00h
Duration: 7 Aug19 Sep
Part of the 11 years of arT and impulsE at G.A.S-station Berlin + Between freedom and dictatorship | the wall
Gisela Weimann
Die Wand / KONJUGATIONEN / Über das Irren, 2020
Photos, Texts Objects, Videos / Wall painting
Gisela Weimann can look back on an untiring creative work of many years. The theme between freedom and dictatorship challenges her to a process-like research. Using personal experiences, the insights of others, quotations, traces of...
G.A.S-station, Tankstelle für Kunst und Impuls, 18.00h
Duration: 7 Aug28 Aug

Next Week

Thursday, 13 Aug

El Boum
Film presentation and talk with Gülriz Eğilmez, Angelika Nguyen, Nivedita Prasad
For migrants and migrantisized people 30 years of German-German unification rather means 30 years of exclusion. We take this anniversary as an opportunity to gather and make visible these marginalized perspectives on German history. We ask: Who lived under the shadow of the wall? and invite the protagonists and contemporary witnesses Gülriz Eğilmez, Angelika Nguyen and...
District Berlin, 19.30h
Duration: 13 Aug

Friday, 14 Aug

a dialogue exhibition from Enrico Niemann and Susanne Hofer. 
with the audio installation "Sender I-III" by Rüdiger Stern druing the opening. 
The painting objects of Enrico Niemann consist of tactile three-dimensional surfaces extending the pictorial space. The fluid application of paint is based on random processes. Combined with physical forms it creates a thin skin of paint oscillating between image and material, structure and dissolution.
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Axel Obiger – Raum für zeitgenössische Kunst, 19.00h
Duration: 14 Aug12 Sep

Saturday, 15 Aug

finissage - please keep a 1,5m distance from other visitors at all times and think of your facemasks. Thank you! 
EIGEN + ART Lab, 11.00h
Duration: 15 Aug
A.S.S. Collective (Mizu Sugai & Jonathan Jung), Dawn of the Red – A Rupture in the Deep-Sleep of Capitalism, 2018. Video still, 15’12’’, color, sound, 16:9, courtesy: the artists.
Video Screening mit Anna Engelhardt, A.S.S. Collective (Mizu Sugai & Jonathan Jung), Senka Domanović, Ruthia Jenrbekova & Morris Getman und Flo Kasearu; im Anschluss Diskussion mit A.S.S. Collective
“Who owns the city?” and “Who is allowed to live and who has to die?” (Achille Mbembe 2019): these existential, spatial-ideological questions reverberate in urban infrastructures, architectures and not least in citizens’ and non-citizens’ bodies. Space...
District Berlin, 19.30h
Duration: 15 Aug

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