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Lisa Herfeldtsocial slush8 November – 14 December 2019
21/11/2019

Lisa Herfeldt
social slush
8 November – 14 December 2019

Join us for the opening of 'Lisa Herfeldt - social slush'. Tonight from 7pm/19.00h at Between Bridges 👅👅👅
07/11/2019

Join us for the opening of 'Lisa Herfeldt - social slush'. Tonight from 7pm/19.00h at Between Bridges 👅👅👅

gallerytalk.net
05/11/2019
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BERLIN-NEWS: Bei Between Bridges eröffnet „social slush“ von Lisa Herfeldt, Antony Valerian hat seine erste Einzelausstellung bei der Galerie Crone, „Architektur und Gesellschaft. Wie wollen wir zusammenleben?“ fragt ein Symposium im Haus der Kulturen der Welt und die Studierenden der Klasse Streuli der Universität der Künste Berlin laden zur Ausstellung nach Potsdam.

Coming up exhibition at Between Bridges: Lisa Herfeldt – 'social slush'8 November – 14 December 2019Opening 7 November, ...
17/10/2019

Coming up exhibition at Between Bridges:
Lisa Herfeldt – 'social slush'
8 November – 14 December 2019
Opening 7 November, 7-9 pm

TelecommunicationMatthew Billings, Amanda Wasielewski 8 June 2019 - 13 July 2019
07/06/2019

Telecommunication
Matthew Billings, Amanda Wasielewski
8 June 2019 - 13 July 2019

Sneak peek into the exhibition 'Telecommunication' with works by Matthew Billings and Amanda Wasielewski – opening tonig...
07/06/2019

Sneak peek into the exhibition 'Telecommunication' with works by Matthew Billings and Amanda Wasielewski – opening tonight from 7-9pm. Drop by!

(Installation views by Between Bridges/Dan Ipp)

Between Bridges's cover photo
03/06/2019

Between Bridges's cover photo

Im Rahmen der Ausstellung 'The Resounding Bell' laden der britische Künstler Rory Pilgrim und Between Bridges zum Worksh...
03/04/2019

Im Rahmen der Ausstellung 'The Resounding Bell' laden der britische Künstler Rory Pilgrim und Between Bridges zum Workshop ein. Anmeldungen und weitere Infos zum Workshop: Eugen Ivan Bergmann via [email protected]

Rory Pilgrim - The Resounding Bell, 29 March – 11 May 2019, Between Bridges
02/04/2019

Rory Pilgrim - The Resounding Bell, 29 March – 11 May 2019, Between Bridges

🔔🔔🔔  Sneak peek into Rory Pilgrim's 'The Resounding Bell' - opening tomorrow Thursday 28 March, 7pm at Between Bridges. ...
27/03/2019

🔔🔔🔔 Sneak peek into Rory Pilgrim's 'The Resounding Bell' - opening tomorrow Thursday 28 March, 7pm at Between Bridges. 🔔🔔🔔 Stop by!

Rory Pilgrim - The Resounding Bell29 March – 11 May 2019
22/03/2019

Rory Pilgrim - The Resounding Bell
29 March – 11 May 2019

Stop by Between Bridges for the last day of 'TIES, TALES AND TRACES – Dedicated to Frank Wagner, Independent Curator (19...
16/03/2019

Stop by Between Bridges for the last day of 'TIES, TALES AND TRACES – Dedicated to Frank Wagner, Independent Curator (1958–2016)' between 12–6 pm. The complementary exhibition at KW Institute for Contemporary Art will continue until May 5th.

Next exhibition at Between Bridges: Rory Pilgrim - The Resounding Bell, 29 March – 11 May 2019

Read a text in KUNSTKRITIKK by Inger Wold Lund about 'TIES, TALES AND TRACES'
07/03/2019
Kunstkritikk International Edition

Read a text in KUNSTKRITIKK by Inger Wold Lund about 'TIES, TALES AND TRACES'

"There is no doubt that Wojnarowicz was a good friend of Wagner. But to point out that he was also a colleague, part of an artistic and political community, was important in a time were the struggle for LGBTQ rights was a matter of life and death. It is hard to overrate Wagner’s role in this community."

– Inger Wold Lund on the exhibitions commemorating David Wojnarowicz and Frank Wagner at KW Institute for Contemporary Art and Between Bridges in Berlin.

On the occasion of the complementary exhibition opening of TIES, TALES AND TRACES - Dedicated to Frank Wagner, Independe...
08/02/2019

On the occasion of the complementary exhibition opening of TIES, TALES AND TRACES - Dedicated to Frank Wagner, Independent Curator (1958–2016)at KW Institute for Contemporary Art tonight, Between Bridges will also extend it's opening hours until 9pm.

Installation view of Between Bridges current exhibition shows works by Christine Kriegerowski / Guerilla Girls, Tobias, Gran Fury and Piotr Nathan.

01/02/2019

Opening tonight, Friday 1 February 2019, 7–9pm at Between Bridges, Keithstrasse 15, 10787 Berlin

TIES, TALES AND TRACES*

Dedicated to Frank Wagner, Independent Curator (1958–2016)

*TIES, TALES AND TRACES. Dedicated to Frank Wagner, Independent Curator (1958–2016) is an exhibition by the KW Institute for Contemporary Art (9 February – 5 May 19, Opening: 8 February 19, from 7 pm), curated by the RealismusStudio of the neue Gesellschaft für bildende Kunst (nGbK) in collaboration with Between Bridges. The RealismusStudio consists of Christin Lahr, Isabelle Meiffert, Ulrike Riebel, Vincent Schier, and Susanne Weiß. The complementary exhibition at the project space Between Bridges is curated by Wolfgang Tillmans and Eugen Ivan Bergmann.

Next exhibition: TIES, TALES AND TRACESDedicated to Frank Wagner, Independent Curator (1958–2016)2 February – 16 March 2...
14/01/2019

Next exhibition:
TIES, TALES AND TRACES
Dedicated to Frank Wagner, Independent Curator (1958–2016)

2 February – 16 March 2019
Opening: 1 February 2019, 7–9pm

TIES, TALES AND TRACES. Dedicated to Frank Wagner, Independent Curator (1958–2016) is an exhibition by the KW Institute for Contemporary Art, curated by the RealismusStudio of the neue Gesellschaft für bildende Kunst (nGbK Berlin) in collaboration with Between Bridges.

Foto: Jürgen Henschel

Next exhibition: 2 February – 16 March 2019Opening: 1 February 2019, 7–9pmTIES, TALES AND TRACES Dedicated to Frank Wagn...
14/01/2019

Next exhibition: 2 February – 16 March 2019
Opening: 1 February 2019, 7–9pm
TIES, TALES AND TRACES
Dedicated to Frank Wagner, Independent Curator (1958–2016)

TIES, TALES AND TRACES. Dedicated to Frank Wagner, Independent Curator (1958–2016) is an exhibition by KW Institute for Contemporary Art curated by the RealismusStudio of the neue Gesellschaft für bildende Kunst nGbK Berlin in collaboration with Between Bridges.

Foto: Jürgen Henschel

Coming up at Between Bridges
13/01/2019
e-flux

Coming up at Between Bridges

Winter/spring program 2019 at KW Institute for Contemporary Art

#KWBerlin #DavidWojnarowicz #RezaAbdoh #JimmyRobert

KW Institute for Contemporary Art launches its winter/spring season 2019 with three comprehensive solo exhibitions by the artist david wojnarowicz, the theater director Reza Abdoh, and the curator Frank Wagner as well as two performances by Jimmy Robert, which initiate the season as part of the on-going series "Pause." The season presses on KW's continuous investigation into “the body,” particularly its political usage, especially by exploring the resonance David Wojnarowicz’s work had on his contemporaries and later generations of artists, writers and thinkers both in Berlin and beyond. His work is framed within the current political debate in which personal, public and cultural spaces are under scrutiny and bodies are disregarded.

Pause: Jimmy Robert (After Ian White)
"Joie noire"
Curator: Mason Leaver-Yap

Using KW as a stage to investigate the worlds of disco and death, Jimmy Robert' s (born in 1975, Guadeloupe, FR) new work Joie noire starts with an examination of two bodies in the context of the history of clubbing, and asks: What is the nature of a body’s visibility? What and who remains when the party is over? Considering the nightclub as a space of rhythm and sensuality, as well as assessing its potential to host underground celebration, Joie noire dissects elements of club culture. It blocks out the white light of the gallery to embrace the vernacular of the dancefloor, and by this means opens up a critical meditation on the legacy of the 1980s with specific regard to AIDS, activism, gender, and race. This performance is the first in a three-part Pause series dedicated to the late Ian White (1971–2013) and comprises work by White’s friends and collaborative associates—Jimmy Robert, Emma Hedditch, and Every Ocean Hughes. An artist, performer, curator, teacher and writer based in London and Berlin, White’s work responded critically to the role of institutional infrastructures in the production of art.

"David Wojnarowicz: Photography & Film 1978–1992"
Curator: Krist Gruijthuijsen

David Wojnarowicz (1954–92) came into prominence in the East Village art world of the 1980s, actively embracing all media and forging an expansive range of work both fiercely political and highly personal. Although largely self-taught, he worked as an artist and writer to merge a sophisticated combination of found and discarded material with an uncanny understanding of literary influences. First displayed in rough storefront galleries, his work already gained national prominence at the very moment. Diagnosed with HIV in the late 1980s his work became resolutely and fervently political at a time where the AIDS epidemic was cutting down a generation of artists. From the late 1970s until his death in 1992, Wojnarowicz produced a body of work that was as conceptually rigorous as it was stylistically diverse. It is the first exhibition to solely concentrate on his photographic and filmic work presenting over 150 works including photo (test) prints, silkscreens, 16mm and super-8 film, and collaborative videoworks. Afterwards the exhibition will travel to the Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery in Vancouver, CA.

Reza Abdoh
Curators: BIDOUN (Negar Azimi, Tiffany Malakooti, Babak Radboy), Krist Gruijthuijsen

In collaboration with MoMA PS1 New York, KW presents a solo exhibition around the work of the late Iranian theater director Reza Abdoh (1963–1995). Over a career that spanned 12 years, Abdoh pushed his actors—and audiences—to their limits. His aesthetic language was relentlessly, recklessly inventive, borrowing from fairy tales, BDSM, talk shows, raves, video art, and the history of avant-garde theater. The hallucinatory dreamscapes he produced spoke forcefully and eloquently to the ugly political realities of his time—from government-sanctioned racism to the Reagan administration’s refusal to acknowledge the AIDS crisis to warmongering at home and abroad. Reza Abdoh was already one of the most compelling figures in American avant-garde theater when he died of AIDS in 1995 at the age of 32. Near the end of his life, Abdoh insisted that he didn’t want his plays to be restaged. Traces of his work were to be found on videotapes passed around experimental theater circles, many of which serve as the basis of the exhibition at hand.

"TIES, TALES AND TRACES. Dedicated to Frank Wagner, Independent Curator (1958–2016)"
Curators: RealismusStudio of nGbK Berlin (Christin Lahr, Isabelle Meiffert, Ulrike Riebel, Vincent Schier, Susanne Weiß)

KW has invited RealismusStudio of the neue Gesellschaft für bildende Kunst (nGbK) to curate an exhibition based on the extensive remains of the late curator Frank Wagner (1958–2016). Wagner has gained reputation for his groundbreaking and internationally acclaimed exhibitions on political discourses of the body, gender issues, sexuality, and AIDS, giving new dimensions to the politicization of the private sphere. The curator, who described himself as independent curator, often brought artists to Berlin before their international breakthrough. With the exhibition "David Wojnarowicz – Ein Gedenkraum / A Memorial Exhibition at KW in 1992/93," Wagner commemorated the oeuvre of David Wojnarowicz, who had died of AIDS in 1992 and whose work he exhibited multiple times. The exhibition "TIES, TALES AND TRACES" is primarily based on art works and documents from the estate of Frank Wagner. It commemorates his curatorial work in a broader context while giving an insight into his complex work. A complementary exhibition will take place at the project space Between Bridges and will be curated by Wolfgang Tillmans and Eugen Ivan Bergmann.

https://www.e-flux.com/announcements/245229/winter-spring-program-2019/

Die Vielen
09/11/2018

Die Vielen

Philip Wiegard's exhibition 'In The Name Of Talent' has been extended till 15 September 2018.  Please note that in Augus...
31/07/2018

Philip Wiegard's exhibition 'In The Name Of Talent' has been extended till 15 September 2018. Please note that in August, visitation is by appointment only. Please contact [email protected]

Installation view from Philip Wiegard – In The Name Of Talent22. June - 28. July 2018
27/06/2018

Installation view from
Philip Wiegard – In The Name Of Talent
22. June - 28. July 2018

21/06/2018

Join us tonight at 7pm for Philip Wiegards' opening!

'In The Name Of Talent'Philip Wiegard 22 June - 28 July 2018
20/06/2018

'In The Name Of Talent'
Philip Wiegard
22 June - 28 July 2018

Friday 15 and Saturday 16 June are the last two days to see 'HOW WILL THE WEATHER BE TOMORROW?' at Between Bridges, open...
14/06/2018

Friday 15 and Saturday 16 June are the last two days to see 'HOW WILL THE WEATHER BE TOMORROW?' at Between Bridges, open from 12 noon - 6pm.

Mehtap Baydu, Aslı Çavuşoğlu, Ahmet Doğu İpek, Özlem Günyol & Mustafa Kunt, Pınar Öğrenci, Ahmet Öğüt & Fino Blendax, Cengiz Tekin. Organized by Özlem Günyol & Mustafa Kunt

Thank you all for visiting Between Bridges during Gallery Weekend Berlin. The current exhibition 'How will the weather b...
02/05/2018

Thank you all for visiting Between Bridges during Gallery Weekend Berlin. The current exhibition 'How will the weather be tomorrow?' organized by Özlem Günyol & Mustafa Kunt is on display until 16th June. Between Bridges is open 12noon - 18pm from Wednesday to Saturday.

Between Bridges's cover photo
23/04/2018

Between Bridges's cover photo

The Forum on European Culture is calling for ideas for: Eurolab – New ideas to communicate the EU. See below for more in...
22/03/2018

The Forum on European Culture is calling for ideas for: Eurolab – New ideas to communicate the EU. See below for more info and submission guideslines:

𝗙𝗼𝗿𝘂𝗺 𝗼𝗻 𝗘𝘂𝗿𝗼𝗽𝗲𝗮𝗻 𝗖𝘂𝗹𝘁𝘂𝗿𝗲, 𝗪𝗼𝗹𝗳𝗴𝗮𝗻𝗴 𝗧𝗶𝗹𝗹𝗺𝗮𝗻𝘀, 𝗥𝗲𝗺 𝗞𝗼𝗼𝗹𝗵𝗮𝗮𝘀 𝗮𝗻𝗱 𝗦𝘁𝗲𝗽𝗵𝗮𝗻 𝗣𝗲𝘁𝗲𝗿𝗺𝗮𝗻𝗻 𝗰𝗮𝗹𝗹 𝗼𝗻 𝗘𝘂𝗿𝗼𝗽𝗲𝗮𝗻 𝗰𝗿𝗲𝗮𝘁𝗶𝘃𝗲𝘀: 𝗵𝗼𝘄 𝘁𝗼 𝗿𝗲-𝗯𝗿𝗮𝗻𝗱 𝗘𝘂𝗿𝗼𝗽𝗲?

Call For Ideas:

Forum on European Culture invites you to contribute to:
Eurolab – New ideas to communicate the EU

In the run-up to the European elections in May 2019 artists, writers and creatives who feel passionate about the European project come together during the Forum on European Culture in Amsterdam from May 31- June 3. During the 4-day Eurolab, they examine what has gone wrong in the communication of, and about the EU and how to make a new and powerful beginning.

In an increasingly interconnected world voices that create division between people and peoples, have gathered momentum and try to unravel the achievements of cooperation and solidarity. Europeans in particular are challenged by nationalist and divisive language from outside and from within the EU.

Eurolab is a fact-finding mission of what went well and what went wrong in the last 25 years of communicating Europe. In workshops and interview sessions we aim to compile a comprehensive toolbox of arguments, strategies, and ideas that can be applied to campaigns across different demographics and used by different professional groups (e.g. ‘Teachers for Europe’ ‘Scientists for Europe’ ‘Farmers for Europe’). Eurolab wants to collect ideas about how cooperation and solidarity can be spoken for in a fresh and compelling way to large audiences. How can the European Union be valued by its citizens and be recognized as a force for good, rather than as a faceless bureaucracy?

We understand that the EU is not perfect and that some of its problems are of its own making. However we are convinced that today’s Europe is the best there ever was, and that the European Project should be protected in these unstable times.

The brief for this open-call is to send us proposals for communicating the advantages of cooperation and friendship amongst people and nations. Please send drafts, designs, photos, poems, words and short film scripts that can be developed and contribute to a clear yet multi-faceted campaign. Across all media. We need messages, how the Union works and how life would be without it; - how it was without it. And we need ideas how to challenge the organisation itself, how to make it better. Alert us of the failings of the EU. Alert us of the successes of the EU. Also welcome are ideas that are not focused on the EU itself, but on its values, and how they play out amongst people in everyday life in non-political ways.

Each entry will be considered by a panel chaired by Rem Koolhaas and Wolfgang Tillmans, and will contribute to the pool of ideas to re-brand Europe. Eurolab operates on an open source model and we are not looking for one ‘winning’ idea. We don’t want to ‘sell’ anything. We believe the idea of the EU is good, and want to present it clear and open. Eurolab aims at building a network across the EU member nations from South to North, from East to West. We will stay in touch with you should your ideas be taken further.

We look forward to inviting a selected number of contributors to Amsterdam in June to investigate Europe’s potential and to find new language and visuals for it. The ambition of the workshop in Amsterdam is to further develop the proposals together with communication and media experts, and turn them into a real and effective campaign.

We are looking forward to receive your contributions in our mailbox [email protected] as soon as possible and no later than April 18. Please send files as PDF, maximum 15mB, with files named as ‘Surname_Name_Eurolab2018’. For more information on the Forum on European Culture: cultureforum.eu
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Eurolab respects the intellectual property rights on the contents of the submissions of the participants. You will retain the rights to it, however you agree that they will become part of larger body of work and broader community and not exclusively yours. At any stage you will be given opportunity to ensure you are correctly represented in the larger framework of the project.

Tune in at 9pm, when Armin Lorenz Gerold performs an audio play from Between Bridges current exhibition 'emic etic' via ...
17/03/2018

Tune in at 9pm, when Armin Lorenz Gerold performs an audio play from Between Bridges current exhibition 'emic etic' via his website: wirefoxterrier.info

Tune in this coming saturday, 9pm for a live stream of Armin Lorenz Gerolds' audio play 'Scaffold Eyes' as part of the current exhibition 'emic etic'.

Saturday, 17 March 2018, 9pm via the website: www.wirefoxterrier.info

Armin Lorenz Gerold’s 'Scaffold Eyes' is a 45 minute audio play that was produced for KW’s 'Compound' series in November 2017 and presented as a multi-channel installation and live performance. For 'emic etic', Gerold will temporarily use the exhibition space at Between Bridges as a recording studio and stream the audio play live via his website wirefoxterrier.info. Broadcasting after hours from the closed exhibition space, listeners are invited to tune in exclusively online, this coming Saturday, 17 March at 9pm (CET).

'Scaffold Eyes' traces the routes of four characters who narrate their wanderings through Berlin. Not following straight lines, their first person monologues oscillate between their observations, impressions and memories. Filtering these experiences, the cityscape echoes with their psychologial space in which dimensions appear distorted and city sounds blend into each other. From their eyes 'en route', the city seems in constant obstruction while reshaping itself. Scaffolds are everywhere, so to speak.

The audio play was written and concepted by the artist with additional writing and editing by Jennifer Hope Davy. Scaffold Eyes is spoken by Doireann O’ Malley, Miriam Stoney, Armin Lorenz Gerold and Mathis Anders Pedersen. Sounds & music by Armin Lorenz Gerold.

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