here you will find exhibitions from the selected category. They are sorted in descending order of actuality. New exhibitions are listed at the top. Exhibitions whose runtime is in the past are listed further down. As an art enthusiast, you can also use this archive to find out about past exhibitions. 

Alvar Beyer

Prolog | (Interview in German language) Alvar, stell’ Dir vor, die Pandemie würde derzeit nicht unser Leben bestimmen und Du könntest uns in Deinem Zuhause oder in Deinem Atelier empfangen. Wo sprechen wir zusammen? Vielleicht sitzen wir an Deinem Lieblingsplatz? Wir sitzen im vorderen Teil meiner Atelierwohnung in Berlin Mitte auf der Oranienburger Straße, gleich […]

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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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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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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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Benedikt Braun

The graduated artist Benedikt Braun lives in Weimar and works independently as a UFK (Ultra Free Artist). In a performance in 2010, he got “sausaged” on a public square in Weimar. In the gallery representing him (Galerie Eigenheim Berlin) he attrected the attention in March 2017 when he let the vernissage viositors fire clay pigeons from […]

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Zsolt Berszan

Zsolt Berszan (1974, Targu-Mures, Romania) works and lives in Sumuleu-Ciuc and Cluj-Napoca, Romania. He studied at the University of Art and Design in Cluj-Napoca (1992-1998). In 2003 he founded the Open Studio contemporary art magazine that was renamed in 2007 in BAZIS contemporary art magazine. In 2011 he founded the BAZIS contemporary art space in […]

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