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The Organization for the Democratization of the Visual Arts is an activist organization based in Berlin, Germany whose aim is to establish a new economic model for the contemporary art market based on a participative and democratic basis. We invite all people join the coalition of ODBK at the next link: http://www.odbk.tk/index.php/join-odbk/ More info please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
LychenerStr. 12, 10437 Berlin
Would you like to exhibit your art in Berlin? We are a pop-up gallery space where you can create your own temporary exhibition in a very familiar and intimate atmosphere. You can show your last film , present your newest book , show your art or perform your piece.We can offer you the assistance of our art curator, organize an artists talk if you like and prepare an excellent refreshment with our gorgeous wines for your personal event.We offer several kind of formulas for your exhibition and basically if you come from outside Berlin you can stay in our guest room while you work on opening your solo show . .
Türkenstraße 19, 13349 Berlin, Wedding.
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>top Schillerpalais is a project space and a new home for the >top e.V. association. Schillerpalais was founded in 2002 by Schillerpalais e.V. as an initiative of artists and residents of the „Schillerkiez Neighbourhood“ affiliated with the arts. >top e.V. started collaboration with it in 2015 offering content and programme packed with up to date discourses around interdisciplinary art, (h)activism and art education. >top Schillerpalais also includes a biolab.
Schillerpromenade 4, 12059 Berlin
Berlinerpool Arts Network + Mobile Archive is a continually expanding arts network and mobile physical archive of international artists, curators, art managers and art spaces in Berlin. berlinerpool offers consulting and research services for curators, develops its own projects and participates in exhibitions and events.
Anton Saefkow Platz 13, 10369 Berlin
OKK/Raum29 is an atelier, experimental- and exhibition space, a mediating platform for dialogue which offers a place for a diverse range of art works in the frame of an „expanded art term“ (Beuys). OKK is an artist-run platform for cultural activism based in Berlin, Germany. Rather than supporting single artistic careers, the initiative aims at providing a basic structure for artists and locals to join an open network of topic-specific activities. OKK has been home to various participative, collaborative and socially engaged projects – in its neighbourhood in Berlin, Wedding, as well as in other parts of Germany and abroad. Regularly, we invite artists and cultural workers from different genres to present their works in exhibitions and artistic events. The interdisciplinarity of the projects is important to us. The OKK / room 29 has been used in different ways by international artists sinse summer 2007. Artists from various disciplines convert the space according to their own aesthetics. Since its founding, over 100 exhibitions and cultural events took place in OKK. The organizing project group of OKK has placed emphasis on a socio-critical art culture. We want to mobilize art around social and cultural political themes and bring together its wide range of […]
The Institut für Alles Mögliche is an artistic project that, by using experimental means, sets about questioning, scrutinising and probing the institutionalisation and presentation of contemporary art. To this end project spaces are opened, events developed and various artistic practices tried out. These, mostly playful experiments deal with interrogations of the ‘art space’, the operatings of the ‘project space’ and ‘exhibiting’ often in an ironic manner. The central concept is to develop spaces of possibility in which exchange and experiences can take place and space for artistic activity can come in to being. The project can be understood as an organism, as an artistic attempt to find niches and to implant a non-commercial program into the commercial structure of the municipal sphere. It is intended to formulate a notion, a proposal, an approach on how artistic collaborations, collective learning and cohabitation can be constructed. The project tries to create an alternative, which opposes the economic utilisation of art, the artistic pressure to produce and increasing standardisation. Projects that are realized within the Institut are non–commercial and not market-orientated. We place great value on artistic practices and forms of expression that take place beyond art fairs and galleries. During our deliberately […]
Ackerstraße 18, 10115 berlin
“La mire est une association qui regroupe principalement des artistes plasticien(ne)s vivant en région Centre – Val de Loire. Soucieuse de faciliter la mobilité des artistes plasticien(ne)s, la mire a mis en place un programme de résidences de recherche et de création à Berlin intitulé A Roof above your Head. La mire collabore depuis 2012 avec le lieu de résidence GlogauAIR, au 16 de la Glogauerstrasse dans le quartier de Kreuzberg à Berlin. C’est un espace partagé, lui-même conçu comme un programme multi-disciplinaire de résidences d’artistes, fondé en 2006 par l’artiste espagnol Chema Alvargonzález.
20 rue des curés 45000 Orléans
“Axel Obiger” opened in September 2009 at Brunnenstraße 29 in Berlin Mitte as space for contemporary art. In addition to the 10 double- shows and 2 curated group shows a year, Axel Obiger presents a supporting program of performances, readings, discussions and artist talks. One key aspect is the collaboration with guest artists, which are staged in a open form of dialog with one artist from the gallery. In this manner the several artistic context and ways to work are elucidated in order to intensify the exchange between different positions. Axel Obiger is tracing scientific discourses in our group shows and open-ended experiments – issues f.e.: Burn Out, sociological icons in body and language, consumption, authorship and identity. Axel Obiger exclusively shows contemporary work.
Brunnenstraße 29, 10119 Berlin, Germany
Errant Bodies opened its project space in 2010 in Prenzlauer Berg, Berlin, and since 2016 it operates under the title Errant Sound. Since that time is has been dedicated to experimental work in sound, including performance, fieldwork, voice, radio and spatial practices. Through residencies, workshops, events, and exhibitions, Errant Sound emphasizes an engagement with process and dialogue, encouraging a dynamic and diverse approach to the sound arts. As a project space, it also intends to foster social and public activities, contributing to the creative scene in Berlin and its artistic communities. Starting in 2013, the project space is managed and developed through a working group comprised of artists, researchers, curators, and writers focusing on sonic research and sound practices. The working group develops initiatives and an experimental program of presentations, events, and exhibitions. Current members of working group: Alex Arteaga Mario Asef Serge Baghdassarians Peter Cusack Alessandra Eramo Klaas Huebner Georg Klein Thom Kubli Laura Mello Brandon LaBelle Ines Lechleitner Kirsten Reese Antje Vowinckel Georg Werner Jeremy Woodruff
Kollwitzstrasse 97, 10435 Berlin, Germany
HilbertRaum is an independent, non-commercial, artist-run project space. It opened in January 2015 in the middle of Reuterkiez in Berlin-Neukölln. Behind HilbertRaum is a group of 17 Berlin-based artists, who take turns curating and organizing two-week exhibitions throughout the entire year. Projects incorporate a broad range of painting, photography, sculpture, video, installation and performance. HilbertRaum is named after the infinitely dimensioned Hilbert space, a concept developed by the mathematician David Hilbert. To us, it represents an open, undetermined and evolving structure of self-organization with the expectation of the unexpected. HilbertRaum ist ein unabhängiger, nichtkommerzieller, von Künstlern betriebener Projektraum. Er eröffnete im Januar 2015 inmitten des Reuterkiezes in Berlin-Neukölln. Über das Jahr verteilt wird alle zwei Wochen eine neue Ausstellung eröffnet, wobei sich die 17 Künstler in ihrer kuratorischen Leitung abwechseln. Gezeigt wird ein breites Spektrum an Malerei, Fotografie, Skulptur, Video, Installation und Performance. HilbertRaum ist nach dem unendlich dimensionierten Hilbertraum benannt, einem Konzept des Mathematikers David Hilbert. Er repräsentiert für uns eine offene, nicht festgelegte und sich weiter entwickelnde Struktur der Selbst-Organisation, die das Unerwartete erwarten lässt. Current members / aktuelle Mitglieder Sascha Appelhoff, Juan Arata, Feriel Bendjama, David Benforado, Eli Cornejo, Ellen DeElaine, Mathias Deutsch, Kuno Ebert, Andy Holtin, […]
Reuterstr. 31, 12047 Berlin
alpha nova-kulturwerkstatt & galerie futura is a Berlin-based art space for exhibitions and cultural events which promotes the interaction of artistic, theoretical and political practices with an explicit gender-critical perspective.
alpha nova & galerie futura, Am Flutgraben 3, 12435 Berlin
Kurfürstenstraße 21–22, 10785 Berlin
Spittastr.25 – 10317 Berlin
Wattstr. 8_13355 Berlin-Mitte
Wildenbruchstraße 15, 12045 Berlin
Hertzbergstr. 13, 12055 Neukölln, Berlin
Petersburger Straße 73 D - 10249 Berlin
Kiefholzstr.19 12435 D-Berlin