Genres

CONRADS

Berlin West

until 28.05. Videoinstallation "On Exactidude in Science", "Deskscapes" and related works. Alan Butler.  painting–drawing  audio–video art  Repro On Exactidude in Science, Alan Butler, 2017, Two-screen HD video, 5.1. audio, 80 min., loop, Photo: Koyaanisqatsi (© IRE 1983, All Rights Reserved)

until 28.05. Videoinstallation "On Exactidude in Science", "Deskscapes" and related works. Alan Butler.  painting–drawing  audio–video art  Repro Big Sur Road dot jpeg v1, Alan Butler, 2022, Acrylic on cotton rag , 132 x 132 cm, Photo: Galerie

"On Exactitude in Science" is one of the most remarkable things I’ve seen in months. The work consists of two screens. On the left plays Godfrey Reggio’s Koyaanisqatsi: Life Out Of Balance, the 1982 stoner classic of slow motion and time lapse footage of cities and landscapes with pulsing, shimmering Philip Glass soundtrack. On the right: Butler’s shot-by-shot remake, in which he has — marvelously, reproduced the film in its entirety by modding Grand Theft AutoV.

until 11.06. Ich bin ein Gedicht. I am poetry. Rosa von Praunheim.  painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  audio–video art  happening–performance  Repro Der schönste Tag in meinem Leben, Rosa von Praunheim, 2021, Druck auf Leinwand, Acryl‐ Lackmalstifte, 75 x 50 cm

until 11.06. Ich bin ein Gedicht. I am poetry. Rosa von Praunheim.  painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  audio–video art  happening–performance  Repro Das beste Begräbnis der Eltern, Rosa von Praunheim, 2022, Druck auf Leinwand, Acryl- Lackmalstifte, 150 x 200 cm

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ifa-Galerie Berlin

Berlin Mitte

until 12.06. Gods Moving in Places. The Day Reader. Mathieu Kleyebe Abonnenc.  sculpture–installation  audio–video art  Repro Wacapou, a Prologue or a Room in My Mother’s House, Mathieu Kleyebe Abonnenc , 2018, Super8 film transfered to HD, 26mn

The second part of the exhibition "Gods Moving in Places. The Day Reader" will dive deeper into the relationship of  living landscapes to memories, histories and colonial trauma. Through the works of French-Guyanese artist Mathieu Kleyebe Abonnenc the exhibition will take the Amazonian forest of the Guiana Shield as a starting point to explore the interwoveness of times and place.

Zitadelle Spandau

Berlin West

until 19.06. fünf plus x. Studierende der Szenografie hinterfragen Thoraks Bronze-Pferde für Hitlers Reichskanzlei. Hannah Beeck, Doruk Çiftçi, Noelia Contreras, Laura Lara, Lena Mehner, Andrea Palacios, Lara Scheuermann, Prapatsorn Sukkaset, Yasemin Tural.  sculpture–installation  audio–video art  Miscellaneous  Repro fünf plus x © Zitadelle Spandau | Grafik: studio lindhorst-emme+hinrichs

In cooperation with the Stadtgeschichtliches Museum Spandau, students of the master’s program “Bühnenbild_Szenischer Raum” of the TU of Berlin have taken part in the project “Idea Seminar for the Expansion of the Exhibition: ‘Enthüllt. Berlin und seine Denkmäler’ in connection with Josef Thorak’s pacing horses'” in the winter semester 2021/22. They dealt with the development and testing of new forms of narrative spatial design.

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28.05. – 19.06. Klimakipppunkte. Dinos, Aliens und Elektroschrott. Tom Albrecht, Conrad Brockstedt, Barbara Czarnojahn, Lupe Codoy, Rosika Janko-Glage, Maria Korporal, Lina Schobel, Paul Reßl, Andrea Streit, Nancy Happ, Burchard Vossmann, Helga Wagner.  painting–drawing  sculpture–installation  audio–video art  Repro Maria Korporal

When dinosaurs meet aliens and bags of garbage, it can only be about one topic: climate change. The phenomenon is so complex that it permeates all areas of our lives. And without consistent and decisive countermeasures, all changes head to a critical point - the "tipping point" or Klimakipppunkt in German. In their works, the artists deal with the causes and effects of climate change.

KANG CONTEMPORARY

Berlin Süd

until 09.07. Minds & Matter. Remembering Fragments of Space. ChanSook Choi, Annette Cords, Wolfram Wickert, Jazoo Yang.  painting–drawing  audio–video art  urban art  Repro Minds & Matter, ChanSook Choi, Annette Cords, Wolfram Wickert, Jazoo Yang, 2022

With this exhibition, Kang Contemporary showcases the relationships between mental and physical spaces. Focusing on intrusions and intersections, therefore, denying any isolation between Art, Space and People complicates these entities and troubles clarity of interpretation. At the same time, it opens the possibility of discovering a plethora of connections and correlations which are tangent to everyday life. 

20.05. – 30.07. [ɛ̃fɔʁmɛl]. Jan-Peter E.R. Sonntag, Fred Thieler.  painting–drawing  audio–video art  Repro courtsy Galerie Georg Nothelfer

 

Galerie Georg Nothelfer is pleased to present works by Fred Thieler in dialogue with works by Jan-Peter E.R. Sonntag in the show [ɛ̃fɔʁmɛl]

Fred Thieler (1916-1999) is one of the important representatives of German Informel.

Jan-Peter E.R. Sonntag (*1965) began his work on space in space in the early 1990s with monochromatic gas discharge light systems and fields of standing, sinusoidal infrasound waves - also influenced by the processuality and immediacy of Informel.

Galerie Mutare

Berlin West

17.06. – 30.07. Skulptur und Videoinstallation. Jan Luis Gottwald.  sculpture–installation  audio–video art  Repro bird blue, Jan Luis Gottwald

Migrant Bird Space

Berlin Mitte

25.06. – 06.08. Intermediate. Yuya Suzuki.  painting–drawing  sculpture–installation  audio–video art  Repro Garbled Letter, Yuya Suzuki, 2021, Acrylic Board, 100 X 82 cm

until 21.08. Friendship. Nature. Culture. 44 Jahre Daimler Art Collection. Werke der Sammlung 1920–2021. Heba Y. Amin, John M. Armleder, Willi Baumeister, Hicham Berrada, Mbali Dhlamini, Haris Epaminonda, Isabell Heimerdinger, Dayanita Singh, Guy Tillim, Franz Erhard Walther, uvm.  painting–drawing  sculpture–installation  photography  audio–video art

The anniversary exhibition ›Friendship. Nature. Culture. 44 Years of the Daimler Art Collection‹ looks back on the development of an internationally renowned corporate collection. From over 3,000 artworks in the collection, founded in 1977, about 100 works by ca. 70 artists have been selected. Relating, in a broad sense, to contemporary phenomena in the context of friendship, nature and culture, the artistic works form networks and explore the interplay between art and human coexistence.

PalaisPopulaire

Berlin Mitte

until 22.08. Opera Opera. Allegro ma non troppo. Contemporary Art from the MAXXI Collection.  sculpture–installation  photography  audio–video art  happening–performance  Repro Quadro di fili elettrici, Michelangelo Pistoletto, 1967, Photo: Patrizia Tocci

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03.07. – 28.08. Reset. Stipendiat*innen der Krull Stiftung 2021/22. Ronny Lischinski, Ya-Wen Fu, Konrad Mühe, Stella Meris, Manaf Halbouni.  painting–drawing  graphic–paper works  sculpture–installation  photography  audio–video art  happening–performance

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01.06. – 31.08. AArtist in Residence. Represented by ChertLüdde. Stephanie Comilang.  audio–video art  Photo: Stephanie Comilang

nüüd.berlin

Berlin Mitte

26.08. – 08.10. Self Defense Made Easy (No. 1). Philip Crawford.  graphic–paper works  audio–video art  Repro Smpte, Frame 008, Philip Crawford, 2022, Immage transfer and watercolour, 48 x 63 cm, Photo: Philip Crawford

In the exhibition “Self Defense Made Easy (No. 1)” we present new works on paper, prints, and videos by the Berlin-based artist Philip Crawford (1988, USA). His study of Black American Orientalism and martial arts reveals the complex relationship between the self and self-defence, addressing our contradictory desires to elude, defend against, and embrace Enlightened definitions of Man.

25.11. – 09.01. Klassenfragen. Kunst und ihre Produktionsbedingungen.  painting–drawing  sculpture–installation  photography  audio–video art  urban art  Repro "an artist who cannot get funding is no artist“, public intervention on Dudenstrasse 15, Berlin, June 2021, after Mladen Stilinović and Anca Benera and Arnold Estefan, Vlad Brăteanu, 2021, acrylic on artificial silk, 153 x 253 cm

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