Based in Berlin

Based in Berlin

08 Jun - 24 Jul 2011

Photo: Heji Shin / based in Berlin, 2011
The exhibition based in Berlin invites visitors from Berlin and around the world to view the contemporary art of Berlin. Since the fall of the wall Berlin has developed into one of the world’s most important centers for the production of contemporary art. As a creative and cosmopolitan city, it draws many artists from Germany and abroad.

From June 8th to July 24th, the exhibition will show – in a format exemplary for the city’s dynamic art production – the work of some 80 emerging artists who live and work in Berlin. The exhibition covers the full range of contemporary art practices from paintings and drawings to sculpture, photography, film and video, as well as installations and text based works.

Many of the participating artists have developed new works especially for based in Berlin. Several of Berlin’s well-known project spaces were also invited to use the venues within the exhibition to present selections of their own programme.

The studio building in Monbijoupark in Berlin-Mitte is the central exhibition. Starting on June 8th, film screenings, concerts and artist talks will take place on site every evening . The events include evenings organised by Berlin art and city magazines as well as artist performances and free concerts. The Monbijou Bar is open every evening until midnight.

The exhibition based in Berlin invites visitors from Berlin and around the world to view the contemporary art of Berlin. Since the fall of the wall Berlin has developed into one of the world’s most important centers for the production of contemporary art. As a creative and cosmopolitan city, it draws many artists from Germany and abroad.

From June 8th to July 24th, the exhibition will show – in a format exemplary for the city’s dynamic art production – the work of some 80 emerging artists who live and work in Berlin. The exhibition covers the full range of contemporary art practices from paintings and drawings to sculpture, photography, film and video, as well as installations and text based works.

Many of the participating artists have developed new works especially for based in Berlin. Several of Berlin’s well-known project spaces were also invited to use the venues within the exhibition to present selections of their own programme.

The studio building in Monbijoupark in Berlin-Mitte is the central exhibition. Starting on June 8th, film screenings, concerts and artist talks will take place on site every evening . The events include evenings organised by Berlin art and city magazines as well as artist performances and free concerts. The Monbijou Bar is open every evening until midnight.

Locations:
Atelierhaus Monbijoupark
KW Institute for Contemporary Art
Nationalgalerie im Hamburger Bahnhof
Neuer Berliner Kunstverein n.b.k.
Berlinische Galerie

Curators:
Angelique Campens
Fredi Fischli
Magdalena Magiera
Jakob Schillinger
Scott Cameron Weaver

Artists:
Aids 3D
Akim
Avi Alpert
Özlem Altin
Julieta Aranda
Autocenter
Rocco Berger
Juliette Bonneviot
Erik Bünger
Nina Canell
Jay Chung & Q Takeki Maeda
Kerstin Cmelka
Keren Cytter
Kajsa Dahlberg
Mariechen Danz
Giulio Delvè
Michele Di Menna
Aleksandra Domanović
Köken Ergun
Matthias Fritsch
Kasia Fudakowski
Tue Greenfort
Petrit Halilaj
Jan Peter Hammer
Invisible Playground
Asaf Koriat
Oliver Laric
Ilya Lipkin
Trevor Lloyd
Ryan McLaughlin
Gareth Moore
Pantha du Prince
Ralf Pflugfelder
Roseline Rannoch
Mandla Reuter
Yorgos Sapountzis
Ariel Schlesinger
Jeremy Shaw
Timur Si-Qin
Fiete Stolte
Jana Unmüßig
Danh Vo
Ming Wong
Helga Wretman
Shingo Yoshida

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Tags: David Adamo, Aids-3D, Akim, Özlem Altin, Julieta Aranda, Nina Beier, Rocco Berger, Gerry Bibby, Juliette Blightman, Juliette Bonneviot, Erik Bünger, Angelique Campens, Nina Canell, Nicolas Ceccaldi, Sunah Choi, Kerstin Cmelka, Keren Cytter, Kajsa Dahlberg, Mariechen Danz, Giulio Delvé, Simon Denny, Aleksandra Domanovic, Köken Ergun, Fredi Fischli, Matthias Fritsch, Kasia Fudakowski, Simon Fujiwara, Cyprien Gaillard, Tue Greenfort, Petrit Halilaj, Jan Peter Hammer, Alexander Hempel, Yngve Holen, David Hominal, Florian Ludwig & Owen Hoskins, Nadia Kaabi-Linke, Ilja Karilampi, Tobias Kaspar, Nina Könnemann, Asaf Koriat, Wojciech Kosma, Kitty Kraus, Oliver Laric, Alexandra Leykauf, Klara Liden, Ilya Lipkin, Trevor Lloyd, Maria Loboda, Jay Chung & Q Takeki Maeda, Magdalena Magiera, Dafna Maimon, Ryan Mclaughlin, Michele Di Menna, Gareth Moore, Simon Dybbroe Møller, Shahryar Nashat, Anne Neukamp, Ken Okiishi, Christodoulos Panayiotou, Amy Patton, Dirk Peuker, Ralf Pflugfelder, Agnieszka Polska, Pantha du Prince, Roseline Rannoch, Erik Blinderman & Lisa Rave, Mandla Reuter, Yorgos Sapountzis, Thomas Sauter, Lena Inken Schaefer, Jakob Schillinger, Ariel Schlesinger, Jeremy Shaw, Heji Shin, Timur Si-Qin, Dominik Sittig, Juliane Solmsdorf, Fiete Stolte, Jana Unmüßig, Danh Vo, Scott Cameron Weaver, Ming Wong, Helga Wretman, Shingo Yoshida