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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!

Wilhelm Klotzek

Prologue | Herr Klotzek, wenn wir uns zu unserem heutigen Interview persönlich treffen könnten, wo wäre das? Wir treffen uns in einer Bäckerei um die Ecke – U-Bahnhof Voltastrasse. Es ist stickig. Der Kaffee schmeckt nicht gut. Es sind sehr viele Wespen in der Kuchenauslage. Sie haben eigentlich Hunger, bestellen aber trotzdem nichts wegen der Wespen. […]

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Jan-Ole Schiemann

Prologue | Jan-Ole, nehmen wir an, die aktuellen Einschränkungen wären nicht existent und wir könnten jetzt uns gegenübersitzen. Ich sitze in meinem Atelier in Köln Poll, einem alten Fabrikgebäude, das zu einem Künstlerhaus umgebaut wurde. Das Künstlerhaus heißt „Quartier am Hafen“. Im Atelier sind die Stahlträger im sogenannten „Adenauer Grün“ (Chromoxidgrün), in dem auch die Kölner […]

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Otto Zitko

Prologue | Herr Zitko, stellen wir uns vor, die aktuelle Lage würde nicht die Möglichkeiten bestimmen und wir würden uns persönlich treffen. Wo sprächen wir dann zusammen? In einem meiner Ateliers. Wir befinden uns in der Halle einer ehemaligen Druckerei am ländlich-industriell geprägten Stadtrand von Wien. Vielleicht sitzen wir an Ihrem Lieblingsplatz. Es ist an diesem Ort alles […]

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Sandra Vásquez de la Horra

Prologue | Sandra, let’s act as if we had normal times and would sit together now. Where do we speak together? We are in my Studio in the Hasenheide in the middle of the city near Südstern in Kreuzberg. Maybe we are sitting at your favorite place. My studio is an old flat, wood floor, […]

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Mascha Naumova

The Russian performance and video artist Mascha Naumova explores moral, social and gender-specific questions in her works. Together with the painter Grigori Dor, she initiated and curated the large group exhibition 50/50 – The Matter of Duality. This exhibition presented works by around 100 Berlin artists for one week in January 2020 in the Paul […]

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Grigori Dor

The painter and graphic designer Grigori Dor, who was born in Russia and lives in Berlin, initiated and curated the large group exhibition 50/50 – The Matter of Duality together with the artist Mascha Naumova. This exhibition presented works by around 100 Berlin artists at the Paul Fleischmann Haus in Berlin-Gesundbrunnen for one week in […]

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Ernst Leonhardt in 360°

Ernst Leonhardt, born 1935 in Berlin, is a sculptor, painter and graphic artist. He studied at the Meisterschule für Kunsthandwerk in Berlin-Charlottenburg. From 1955 to 1958 Ernst Leonhardt worked as a stage painter for the UFA in Berlin-Tempelhof. Since 1958 he has worked as a freelance artist. In 1973 he received a teaching position at […]

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Chris Hood in 360°

In autumn 2019 the US-American painter Chris Hood was Resident Artist of 68projects, the Project Space of Galerie Kornfeld, in cooperation with Villa Aurora & Thomas Mann House e.V. During his several weeks’ stay in Berlin the Berlin Fellow of Villa Aurora created a new complex of works influenced by the city surrounding him. Following […]

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Marc Taschowsky in 360°

The painter Marc Taschowsk was born in Frankfurt/Main in 1972 and grew up in Dortmund. From 1996 to 2001 he studied at the Hochschule für Bildende Künste in Braunschweig and received a diploma in free art in 2002. He spent study visits in Korea and Japan, and in 2018 he was Artist in Residence in […]

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Römer + Römer in 360°

Nina Römer (*1978 as Nina Tangian in Moscow) studied painting at the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf. Torsten Römer (*1968 in Aachen) studied painting at the Kunstakademie Münster and at the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf. Both became master students of A.R. Penck. Since 1998 they live and work together as artist couple Römer + Römer, since 2000 in Berlin. Read […]

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