Due to the Corona lockdown Galleries stay closed until February the 14th 2021

Welcome,

here you can find our exhibitions in chronological order. Some of them might not be available to visit anymore. For the sake of completeness they are also published here, to give you as an art lover an overview of exhibitions, that have taken place in Berlin. Enjoy!

Mary Ellen Bartley

Prolog | Mary Ellen, imagine Corona would not determine the current situation and you would welcome us in your home or studio. Where do we speak together? My home and studio are in a wooden house built by a whaling captain for his daughter in 1833. The walls are a bit crooked and the wide wooden floor boards […]

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Ron Miller

Prologue (please note the Epilogue in English language) Ron Miller ist das Berliner Artist Duo Marcus Klüh und Ronny Kindt. Marcus und Ronny, stellt Euch vor, wir würden uns zu diesem Interview persönlich treffen. Wo sprechen wir zusammen? Wir sitzen in unserem kleinen, aber feinen Atelier in den Heynhöfen, einem gewerblichen Hof-Ensemble für die Kreativwirtschaft […]

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Maike Freess

Prolog | Maike, wenn wir uns zu diesem Interview, das wir beide schriftlich geführt haben, persönlich hätten treffen können, wo würden wir dann jetzt miteinander sprechen? Wir treffen uns in meinem Atelier, in einem modern ausgebauten Fabrikgebäude in Berlin. Das Haus steht in zweiter Reihe zur Straße und ist mit einem Garten in recht ruhiger und […]

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Tina Braegger

Prologue | Tina, tun wir so, als hätten wir normale Zeiten und würden uns persönlich zum Interview treffen. Wo würden wir miteinander sprechen? Wir sprechen in meinem Atelier, das sich in einem historisch interessanten Gebäude, dem Maggi-Haus an der Lützowstrasse in Schöneberg befindet. Vielleicht sitzen wir an Deinem Lieblingsplatz? Wir unterhalten uns stehend, da ich keine Stühle […]

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Marcius Galan

Prologue | Marcius, let’s act as if we had normal times and would sit together now in your studio. Please describe the location and the atmosphere. My studio is on the second floor of a building with a discreet entrance in the neighborhood of Santa Cecília, close to downtown São Paulo. I have two rooms, which […]

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Clare Woods

Prologue | Clare, let’s imagine that we are meeting in person. As if we would speak together in your studio. Please describe it briefly. It’s industrial, expansive, neat. Maybe we are sitting at your favorite place? In the office – on a long and uncomfortable sofa on the first floor over looking the main studio. We’d like to […]

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Jelena Bulajic

Prologue | Jelena, in times of social distancing we can use our imagination to put ourselves in an authentic situation, as if we were in an on-site interview. Please describe: where would we speak together? In the studio, which is situated in the industrial port of Belgrade. The studio occupies a part of a big […]

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Michael Müller

Prolog | Herr Müller, nehmen wir an, dieses Interview hätte in Form eines persönlichen Treffens stattgefunden. Wo würden wir jetzt zusammen sprechen? Zurzeit habe ich in der ehemaligen Backhalle einer Großbäckerei aus dem Jahr 1913 mein Atelier, viele Jahre waren es mein Schoß und meine Knie. Vielleicht sitzen wir an Ihrem Lieblingsplatz. Bitte beschreiben Sie diesen kurz. Am […]

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Fiona Tan

Prologue | Fiona, suppose the current limitations were non-existent and we could now sit facing each other. Where do we speak together? We are in my studio in the east of Amsterdam close to the river. It’s hidden away in a courtyard off the street. Quiet and sunny; the sunlight filters through the leaves in […]

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Tamara Kvesitadze

Tamara, if we had normal times and would sit together right now, where would this be? Where do we speak together? We meet in my studio. It’s in the city, in an ex-industrial unit, converted as a studio. Frequently tidied up, but still chaotic. It’s an overloaded space with a professional atmosphere. Maybe we are sitting at your […]

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