As part of the promotion of artists, the Haus am Kleistpark offers an annual art award endowed with 5000 euros. Under the title HaK Lab, the large exhibition hall opens as a space for artistic experimentation or artistic experience. On display are works from all areas of the visual arts, the contemporary relevant themes.
In August 2020, the two artist friends begin a photographic dialogue with images from their archives. In doing so, they proceed intuitively. The guiding idea is a search for images that immediately touch for different reasons. These finds from the past experience a new context in the exhibition, which opens up spaces for spontaneous associations, contradictory feelings and previously untold stories.
The exhibition is accompanied by a catalog with a text by Holger Tegtmeyer.
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In her photographic projects, Anne Schönharting deals with contemporary, socially and systemically relevant conditions and processes.
socially and systemically relevant conditions and processes. In this exhibition, the artist presents portraits in private homes over a period of ten years in the milieu of artists and art collectors in Berlin-Charlottenburg.
of Berlin-Charlottenburg. The flat depicted in each case becomes a stage, a place of self-portrayal and social positioning.
The project follows on from the first two themes "Between Worlds - Farewell, Arrival and Arrival" (2016) and "Second Life - You know my name, but not my story" (2019) and aims to show new, open future perspectives for all refugees. It is an attempt to mediate between the arrival of refugees some six years ago and their lives today. Project management: Prof. Peter Fischer-Piel
The image worlds of a leisure and media culture are so omnipresent that they can no longer be seen separately from real life. Contemporary people find themselves in a play time in which the boundaries between fiction and reality are blurred. With his photographs, Wolfgang Zurborn takes the viewer into a very idiosyncratic, whimsical world of images in which scenes and objects of everyday life seem to be out of kilter.