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Thursday, 20 Oct

RUSHES is a new series of drawings by Robert Seidel presented alongside a installation variation of his award-winning film VITREOUS.

While Seidel is mainly know for his experimental films, projections and video installations the drawing series RUSHES is a rare opportunity to get a glimpse into the early stages of an installation production, where an upcoming project is sketched out by hand. This process is inherently more gestural and spontaneous,...
Rainbow Unicorn, 18.00h
Duration: 21 Oct11 Nov
Artists: Bolatito Aderemi-Ibitola, Yunju Park, Luana Perilli, Rebecca Digby, Sixten Sanne, Bokyung Jun, Viktor Vejvoda, Claudine Zia, a.o.
ZK/U Zentrum für Kunst und Urbanistik, 19.00h
Duration: 20 Oct

Friday, 21 Oct

In a rare move, a total of 20 Israeli, Arab and German artists have joined forces artistically to showcase a powerful art exhibition on migration at the ID Festival Berlin. The installations chosen by Alona Harpaz (from CIRCLE1) and Sharon Horodi depict some provocative yet highly poignant migration perspectives facing immigrants today.
The exhibition entitled, Mother, I have reached the land of my dreams, is about those of who traverse lands, seas and...
Radial System V, 17.00h
Duration: 21 Oct23 Oct

Saturday, 22 Oct

Chan Sook Choi
Curated by Jaewon Choi
Image Caption:
Chan Sook Choi, Yangji-ri Archive, digital photograph, 2016. Courtesy the artist.
Grimmuseum, 14.00h
Duration: 23 Oct12 Nov

Sunday, 23 Oct

Uriel Orlow Unmade Film: The Proposal
Unmade Film: The Proposal is a lecture performance that presents the journey of a film that is impossible to make.
It takes as its starting point the mental hospital Kfar Sha'ul in Jerusalem. Initially specialising in the treatment of Holocaust survivors – including a relative of the artist – it was established in 1951 using the remains of the Palestinian village Deir Yassin that had been depopulated in a massacre by Zionist paramilitaries in April 1948....
Scriptings, 19.00h
Duration: 23 Oct

This Week

Tuesday, 25 Oct

SomoS, 18.00h
Duration: 26 Oct30 Oct

Wednesday, 26 Oct

Curator: Philipp Bollmann / Concept: Anna Iskina
Artists Names: Slater Bradley, Asta Gröting, Alexander Iskin, Alfredo Jaar, Kitty Kraus, Jonathan Meese, Michael Sailstorfer, Christoph Schlingensief, Rirkrit Tiravanija,Rebecca Warren, Erwin Wurm
Sexauer Gallery, 18.00h
Duration: 27 Oct10 Dec

Thursday, 27 Oct

EIGEN + ART Lab, 17.00h
Duration: 27 Oct12 Nov
Participants: Renee Carmichael, Kathrin Günter, Katya Isaeva, Silvio Lorusso, Johannes P. Osterhoff, Antonio Roberts, TeYosh and the Scandinavian Institute of Computational Vandalism
If you invite an „internet“ artist to contribute to an exhibition, can you pay them in „likes“? When Bourdieu came up with his famous theory of Cultural Capital, was he just referring to how many followers he had on Instagram? Do people prefer to be told what to like? Is an...
EIGEN + ART Lab, 17.00h
Duration: 28 Oct17 Dec

Friday, 28 Oct

Oliver Krebs developed a photography witch deliberately moves between the “classical” photographic angel and a painterly context. - with its metamorphoses. In particular the documentary character of the spontaneous, fleeting aspect of the photographic image encourages to try to discover the qualities that are innate to this medium, qualities that necessarily distinguish photography from the other artistic visual media.
The search for criteria by which to...
Loris, 19.00h
Duration: 29 Oct19 Nov
Artists Names   Nana Kreft und Abe Rechterschot
Künstlergespräch am Samstag, den 19. November 2016 um 16 Uhr
Galerie Axel Obiger, 19.00h
Duration: 29 Oct19 Nov

Saturday, 29 Oct

Next Week

Tuesday, 1 Nov

Artists Name: Christian Vagt
From 2–12 November 2016 SomoS presents Berlin-based photographer Christian Vagt’s “Softex” Series. It consists of fifteen large scale photographs which depict refugees and their guards, beyond the fences of the Softex refugee camp in Greece.
The exhibition will be accompanied by an artist talk about the refugees’ situation and its reflection in photography and other media.
03 Nov 2016, 6pm Artist Talk with photographer...
SomoS, 18.00h
Duration: 2 Nov12 Nov

Thursday, 3 Nov

Artist Talk with photographer Christian Vagt about the refugees’ situation and its reflection in photography and other media.
SomoS, 18.00h

Friday, 4 Nov

Finissage: Saturday, Jan 14, 2017, 6.30 pm
Within the artistic process works emerge that seem not to fit into the cosmos of an artist's practice. In the eyes of the maker, they have not yet been defined as an art work, or were determined as a study. In order to take a view behind the curtain, artists have been invited to propose a work they have never shown before for various reasons. Some of the works were never accepted as finished because they failed,...
Circle1 - Platform for Art & Culture, 19.00h
Duration: 5 Nov5 Jan

Saturday, 5 Nov

Traditional Indonesian dance, live music, Indonesian street-food
ZK/U Zentrum für Kunst und Urbanistik, 10.00h

Sunday, 6 Nov

FOG Platform, group exhibition: Jakob Ganslmeier, Robin Hinsch, Adelaide Ivánova, Hannes Wiedemann.
The FOG Platform is dedicated to photography situated at the intersection of the artistic and the documentary. The emphasis is on a multiplicity of themes, working methods and styles. The exhibition shows four positions from this year’s issue 3 of FOG Magazine.
In his project Lovely Planet: Poland, Jakob Ganslmeier adopts the typical categories of a...
MEINBLAU project space, 18.00h
Duration: 21 Oct6 Nov

The Week After Next

Tuesday, 8 Nov

Nathalie Anguezomo Mba Bikoro, Anaïs Héraud-Louisadat (Squat Monument)

13–19 h, Performatives Archiv an verschiedenen Orten\ Performative
archive at different places. Treffpunkt \ Meeting point 13 h: Sarotti
Café, Mehringdamm 57*
TRÜMMERBERG KILIMANJARO assembles a performative archive that interweaves the urban traces of German colonialism and how it is expressed culturally and economically, as well as the...
District Berlin, 19.00h
Duration: 10 Nov19 Nov
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