»A Journey of Belonging« (Part II)

Hiba Alansari, not titled yet, (detail) 2019.jpg

Participating artists:
Amer Akel, Hiba Alansari, Fadi Alhamwi, Rula Ali, Ali Amam, Dafni Barbageorgopoulou, Tewa Barnosa, Jeanno Gaussi, Funda Özgünaydin, Ahmed Ramadan, Kamal Sallat, Wael Toubaji

A Journey of Belonging (Part II) shows works dedicated to the theme of belong-ing on a political, emotional, aesthetic, social or territorial level. The exhibition raises questions about the attribution of identity to oneself and by others, which are reflected in creative confrontations with belonging and dissociation. With A Journey of Belonging (Part II) and the associated studio and support program, artists who deal with this topic in their works out of different motivations are given the opportunity to pursue their artistic work and present the results to a large audience. They thus continue the artistic examination of the 2017 exhibition A journey of belonging (Part I) on the migration movement and its consequences and expand it to include themes of participation and self-assurance.  The exhibition is curated by Isabel Holert.A jury will award a prize again to the work of an artist at the opening resulting in a solo exhibition at 68 projects (www.68projects.com) in Berlin in the summer of 2020. 68 projects is the project space of Galerie Kornfeld.

Daily 12 pm - 6 pm
Bikini Berlin
1st floor Budapester Straße 38-50, 10787 Berlin (across from Kantini)


12 Apr 201927 Apr 2019
Bikini Berlin
1st floor Budapester Straße 38-50, 10787 Berlin (across from Kantini)

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