BERLIN ART WEEK/ PREVIEW BERLIN ART FAIR 17.-22.9.2013

Silvia Lorenz kafka IIKafka II, 2013

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PREVIEW BERLIN ART FAIR 

mit Art Claims Impulse CONTEMPORARY FINE ARTS (Stand 4)

Opernwerkstätten Berlin- Zinnowitzer Straße 9 – 10115 Berlin

Eröffnung: Donnerstag 19.9.2013, 18-22 Uhr

Messe: Freitag&Samstag, 20./21.9. 13-20 Uhr, Sonntag, 22.9. 2013, 11-18 Uhr

mit: Mario Asef (D), Dave Ball (UK), Mattias Härenstam (NO), Silvia Lorenz (D), Jörg Piringer (A) sowie Videoprogramm mit Marc Aschenbrenner (A), Nia Burks (US), Sergio Cruz (UK), Flatform (I), Anna Maria Sommer (D)

ART CLAIMS IMPULSE is known as one of the few Berlin galleries that focussed on performance and media art very early on – already in 2006. The portfolio has been refined, most recently with App-Art and extended to now include drawing, photography, and sculpture. A selection of the best and most distinctive art work of the gallery will be featured at Preview Berlin 2013 – among them works by the German versatile concept artist Mario Asef, mixed-media sculptures by the Norwegian artist Mattias Härenstam, social media-based photography by the American artist Nia Burks, as well as mixed- media sculptures by the German artist Silvia Lorenz, whose work explores the realities and utopia of space.  Video Art – a focus – is represented by impressive works, among others by the Austrian video- and performance artist Marc Aschenbrenner and the Italian video art duo Flatform.

reviews:

beliomagazine.com http://beliomagazine.com/index.php/stories/view/12662

artports.com  http://artports.com/film/preview-berlin-13.php

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ART WEEK BERLIN “Verliebte Künstler (& Lachende Dritte …) in der Kunsthalle am Hamburger Platz

Eröffnung: 16.9.2013, 19 Uhr

Ausstellung: 17.-22.9.2013, 14-19 Uhr

Podiumsdiskussion mit Thomas Wulffen, Gerhard Pfennig, u.a., Mittwoch, 18.9., 17 Uhr

Artist talk und Führungen, Donnerstag, 19.9., ab 16 Uhr

Finissage: Samstag, 21.9., ab 19 Uhr

Everything is abuzz! Alarm! Racing hearts!

Weißensee Academy of Art’s KUNSTHALLE is one of just ten project spaces that were chosen from 60 applicants by a high-caliber jury to participate in Berlin Art Week. The chosen exhibition »Verliebte Künstler (& lachende Dritte)« [Artists in Love (and third parties)] is conceived in cooperation with Süddeutscher Kunstverein and further institutions and art schools in Germany and abroad. Works by about 100 artists at different stages in their career, as well as by students and professors, are being shown. Questions about the link between passion and calculation, and in this sense perhaps also between art and commercialism, are explored. This project was initiated and supervised by Thaddäus Hüppi and Thomas Nolden.

Die Ausstellung “VERLIEBTE KÜNSTLER” ist eine Kooperation mit dem Süddeutschen Kunstverein, verschiedenen Hochschulen und freien Künstlern. Für die KUNSTHALLE am Hamburger Platz sind die Beteiligten zur BERLIN ART WEEK aufgefordert noch “lachende Dritte” zu befragen, sprich, Künstlerkollegen zum Thema Liebe, Leid und Schadenfreude einzubeziehen. Kuratiert von Thaddäus Hüppi und Thomas Nolden

MIT: Kristin Albrecht, Berlin/ Johannes Hüppi, Basel, Korea/ So-Jin Kim, Basel, Korea/ Aron Rauschhardt, Berlin/ Benjamin Althammer, Berlin/ Jan Gottschalk, Berlin/ Jürgen Kisch, Berlin/ Else (Twin) Gabriel, Berlin/ Silke Stock, Karlsruhe/ Johanna Fischer, Rudolstadt/ Maxie Heiner, Berlin/ Manfred Michl, Berlin/ Lutz Fecht, Baden – Baden/ Reiner Stolz, Baden – Baden/ Peer Gessing, Baden – Baden/ Thaddäus Hüppi, Baden – Baden, Berlin/ Sylvia Maak, Baden – Baden/ Iris Drögekamp, Baden – Baden/ Gunter Reski, Berlin/ Martin Städeli, Berlin/ Jutta Geier, Berlin/ Silvia Lorenz, Berlin/ Peter Müller, Berlin/ Patrycja German, Berlin/ Jamesdin, Berlin/ Marco Schuler, Markgräflerland/ Holger Walter, Karlsruhe/ Mona Jas, Berlin/ Martin Liebscher, Berlin, Offenbach/ Peter Rösel, Berlin/ Valeria Heisenberg, Berlin/ Manfred Peckl, Berlin/ Karin Trenkel, Rotterdam/ Thomas Bechinger, Stuttgart/ Stephanie Neuhaus, Stuttgart/ Ina Deurer, Stuttgart/ Johanna Hutter, Stuttgart/ Thora Gerstner, Stuttgart/ Thomas Nolden, Ammerbuch/ Daniel Schürer, Brüssel/ Gabriele Langendorf, Saarbrücken/ Caroline Streck, Saarbrücken/ Laurens Elm, Stuttgart/ Monika Gren, Tübingen/ Suzunosuke Naoka, Tübingen/ Gabriele Aulehla, Frankfurt/ Sigrid Perthen, Reusten/ Angelika Kalbacher, Freudenstadt/ Brigitte Groth, Düsseldorf/ Simone Fritsch, Freudenstadt/ Margit Seiler, Melsungen/ Thomas Ruppel, Stuttgart/ Ralf Schmitt, Berlin/ Stephanie Jünemann, Berlin
SOWIE: Klaas Hübner – Berlin, Stephanie Jünemann – Berlin, Thomas Kilpper – Berlin, Christoph Rothmeier – Berlin, Ralf Ziervogel – Berlin, Andreas Golder – Berlin, Martin Schmidl – Berlin, Christian Schwarzwald – Berlin, Angelika Zeller – Tübingen, Uwe Oldenburg – München, Sabine Friesicke – New Yorck, Willi Tomes – Berlin, Herbert Warmuth – Frankfurt, Shila Khatami – Berlin, Kenneth Dow – Stuttgart, Holger Friese – Bernau, Lorraine Durgerloh – Berlin, Anna Benini – Berlin, Katharina Grimbs – Passau, Alexandra Baumgartner – Berlin, Anja Luithle – Wendlingen, Stuttgart, Martin Zuska – Berlin, Maike Sander – Berlin, Georg Werner – Berlin, Christiane Rasch – Köln, Silke Fehsenfeld – Karlsruhe, Tinka Stock – Karlsruhe, Tatjana Steiner Naimarevic ‐ München, Milena Vrtalova – Frankfurt, Tobias Loemke – Nürnberg, Pierre Descamps – Berlin, Anna Bak – Berlin, Michael Schattenthaler – München, Marcus Weber – Berlin, Hans Pfrommer – Stuttgart, Rainer Neumeier – Berlin, Simon Pasieka – Paris, Katharina Schmidt – Marseille, Holger Endres – Mannheim, Charlotte Paulus – Stuttgart, Thomas Korn – Berlin, Tim Hendel – Stuttgart, Gerrit Jan Fukkink – Rotterdam, Katharina Hinsberg – Saarbrücken, Nora Arrieta – Berlin, Mottes Widerwoll – Weißensee

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