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Hurry if you haven’t seen our current exhibition Uferhallen Kunstaktien. Dokumentation einer Publikumsgesellschaft yet!U...
22/09/2022

Hurry if you haven’t seen our current exhibition Uferhallen Kunstaktien. Dokumentation einer Publikumsgesellschaft yet!
Until Sunday, Sept 25, you can still learn all about the history of the old industrial area on site, especially the Uferhallen Kunstaktien. 📍 On Friday, Sept 23, a neighborhood walk (5 pm, starting in front of U-Bahnhof Franz-Neumann-Platz, U8) and a guided tour (6.45 pm) offer in-depth insight into past and current urban development policies.
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With its exhibition on the history of the Kunstaktien, n.b.k. traces the development of Uferhallen and the genesis of the Kunstaktien project. Kunstaktien by all participating artists will be shown. At the same time, the exhibition On Equal Terms by Uferhallen e.V. is on view at Uferhallen, providing insight into the production processes of its resident artists. Furthermore, site-specific works by Rosa Barba, Maria Eichhorn, Herta Müller, and Karin Sander are on display at the Uferhallen entrance gates.
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Uferhallen Kunstaktien. Documentation of a Public Company
Sep 15 – 25, 2022
Wed–Fri 2–8 pm / Sat-Sun 12–6 pm
Venue: Uferhallen, Uferstraße 8, 13357 Berlin
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📍 September 23, 5 pm
Plots of land for dream investments.
A neighborhood walk on the traces of privatization
With Florine Schüschke (artist and architect)
In German
Meeting point: Residenzstraße 42, in front of U-Bahnhof Franz-Neumann-Platz (U8)
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📍 September 23, 6.45 pm
Guided tour through the exhibition Uferhallen Kunstaktien. Documentation of a Public Company
With Anna Lena Seiser (curator and managing director at n.b.k.)
In German
Venue: Uferhallen Wedding, Uferstraße 8, 13357 Berlin
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Free admission to all events

Mona Hatoum’s works at n.b.k. explore a state of existential uncertainty that the artist once called the “human conditio...
19/09/2022

Mona Hatoum’s works at n.b.k. explore a state of existential uncertainty that the artist once called the “human condition of exile.” In installations such as Home (1999) and Mobile Home II (2006), objects from the domestic sphere are assembled into environments of potential threat. By turning kitchen utensils into buzzing conductors of a high voltage electric current and setting furniture in motion between two police barriers, Hatoum questions the notion of “home sweet home” as a safe and stable place.
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Mona Hatoum
Sep 15 – Nov 13, 2022
Tue–Sun 12–6 pm / Thu 12–8 pm
Neuer Berliner Kunstverein
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A cooperation between Neuer Berliner Kunstverein, Georg Kolbe Museum, and KINDL – Centre for Contemporary Art
The exhibition is funded by Hauptstadtkulturfonds
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Installation views Neuer Berliner Kunstverein © n.b.k. / Jens Ziehe

Neuer Berliner Kunstverein celebrates Berlin Art Week with several new exhibitions and projects – thanks to everyone who...
16/09/2022

Neuer Berliner Kunstverein celebrates Berlin Art Week with several new exhibitions and projects – thanks to everyone who joined us on Wednesday for the openings!
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Mona Hatoum
Sep 15 – Nov 13, 2022
A cooperation between Neuer Berliner Kunstverein, Georg Kolbe Museum, and KINDL –Centre for Contemporary Art
The exhibition is funded by Hauptstadtkulturfonds
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n.b.k. Showroom
Aristide Antonas. The Pulp of Things
Sep 15 – Nov 11, 2022
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n.b.k. Facade
Haris Epaminonda. VOL. XXVIII
Sep 15, 2022 – Aug 31, 2023
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n.b.k. Billboard
Gülsün Karamustafa. Irreversible Remnants
Sep 15, 2022 – Feb 26, 2023
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Uferhallen Kunstaktien. Documentation of a Public Company
Sep 15 – 25, 2022
Venue: Uferhallen, Uferstraße 8, 13357 Berlin
A cooperation between Neuer Berliner Kunstverein (n.b.k.), Uferhallen e. V., and On Equal Terms.
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© Photos: n.b.k. / Christian Vagt

During this year’s Berlin Art Week, n.b.k. also presents several projects at the Uferhallen:📢 With Uferhallen Kunstaktie...
15/09/2022

During this year’s Berlin Art Week, n.b.k. also presents several projects at the Uferhallen:
📢 With Uferhallen Kunstaktien. Dokumentation einer Publikumsgesellschaft, an exhibition on the history of the Kunstaktien, n.b.k. traces the development of Uferhallen and a paradigmatic story of gentrification.
🚧 At the Uferhallen entrance gates, Die Tore – site-specific works by Rosa Barba, Maria Eichhorn, Herta Müller, and Karin Sander – are presented at the invitation of n.b.k. and in collaboration with On Equal Terms and the Berlin Art Week
🎬 And last but not least: In collaboration with the Video-Forum of Neuer Berliner Kunstverein, an open-air screening will take place every evening from September 14–18, starting at 8:30 pm
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Uferhallen Kunstaktien. Documentation of a Public Company
Sep 15 – 25, 2022
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Die Tore: Rosa Barba, Maria Eichhorn, Herta Müller, Karin Sander
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Focus Screenings for Berlin Art Week: Open Air Kino
Sep 14 – 18, 2022, daily from 8:30 pm
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Venue: Uferhallen, Uferstraße 8, 13357 Berlin
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© Photos: n.b.k. / Jens Ziehe; Robert Wilson, Video 50, 1978 (stills)

Sneak peek: A first glimpse into all the exhibitions opening today at n.b.k.! Join us at 6 pm to celebrate!_Mona HatoumS...
14/09/2022

Sneak peek: A first glimpse into all the exhibitions opening today at n.b.k.! Join us at 6 pm to celebrate!
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Mona Hatoum
Sep 15 – Nov 13, 2022
A cooperation between Neuer Berliner Kunstverein, Georg Kolbe Museum, and KINDL –Centre for Contemporary Art
The exhibition is funded by Hauptstadtkulturfonds
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n.b.k. Showroom
Aristide Antonas. The Pulp of Things
Sep 15 – Nov 11, 2022
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n.b.k. Facade
Haris Epaminonda. VOL. XXVIII
Sep 15, 2022 – Aug 31, 2023
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n.b.k. Billboard
Gülsün Karamustafa. Irreversible Remnants
Sep 15, 2022 – Feb 26, 2023
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© Photos: n.b.k. / Jens Ziehe

Save the date: The n.b.k. Billboard project is located in the public space at the intersection of Friedrichstrasse and T...
06/09/2022

Save the date: The n.b.k. Billboard project is located in the public space at the intersection of Friedrichstrasse and Torstrasse, a two minutes’ walk from Neuer Berliner Kunstverein, embedded in a central and highly frequented urban environment. Works by international contemporary artists have been presented here every six months, specially conceived for the large-format surface, and inviting visitors and passers-by to engage with the aesthetic and social implications of contemporary art as well as with the urban environment.
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Starting point for Karamustafa’s new work Irreversible Remnants – especially conceived for the n.b.k. Billboard-Series –, is her fascination for the first film salons in Berlin, founded in 1913, only one year before the First World War. In addition to the billboard, a projection of the film The Suffragette (1913), starring the famous actress Asta Nielsen, will be shown at n.b.k. on the 1st floor. While the controversial film was shown in its full length in movie theaters in Berlin, it was so heavily censored in Bavaria that director Urban Gad refused to have it shown there.
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n.b.k. Billboard
Gülsün Karamustafa. Irreversible Remnants
Opening on Sep 14, 6 pm
Sep 15, 2022 – Feb 26, 2023
Neuer Berliner Kunstverein
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Image: Gülsün Karamustafa, The Monument and the Child, 2011. Courtesy: BuroSarigedik; Gülsün Karamustafa

Save the date: For this year’s edition of the n.b.k. Facade project, artist Haris Epaminonda has conceived an architectu...
05/09/2022

Save the date: For this year’s edition of the n.b.k. Facade project, artist Haris Epaminonda has conceived an architectural intervention that uses playful visual and conceptual shifts to subtly question entrenched social structures while suggesting possibilities for change. Extending this work is an installation at the window on the 1st floor of n.b.k., which makes further references and connections between the interior and exterior architecture.
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In her diverse body of work, which includes collages, installation, films, and photography, Haris Epaminonda explores the idiosyncratic inherent life of images, their power, and logic. Re-contextualized recurring motifs in Epaminonda’s oeuvre reflect her preoccupation with archetypal forms, colors, light, composition, figuration, and abstraction. Her fascination with found imagery is evident in her distinctive visual compositions, which link times and places and create new narratives.
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n.b.k. Facade
Haris Epaminonda. VOL. XXVIII
Opening on Sep 14, 6 pm
Sep 15, 2022 – Aug 31, 2023
Neuer Berliner Kunstverein
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Image: From a found etching depicting the Fall of the Giants (a fresco by Giulio Romano made between 1532–1534 at Palazzo del Te, Mantua), 43 x 51 cm, artist and date unknown. Courtesy: Haris Epaminonda

Save the date: With an exhibition on the history of the Kunstaktien, n.b.k. traces the development of Uferhallen and a p...
05/09/2022

Save the date: With an exhibition on the history of the Kunstaktien, n.b.k. traces the development of Uferhallen and a paradigmatic story of gentrification.
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Uferhallen Kunstaktien (art shares) were over 3,000 original artworks that secured a stake in the Uferhallen, a 38,000-square-meter site formerly owned by the Berlin public transport company (BVG). Launched in 2011, the project aimed to establish a wide stakeholder base, securing the long-term existence of Uferhallen as a cultural venue. Ultimately, this unique project was unable to prevent a buyout by a major real estate investment group in 2021.
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In n.b.k.‘s exhibition, Kunstaktien by all participating artists will be shown. At the same time, the exhibition On Equal Terms by Uferhallen e.V. is on view at Uferhallen, providing insight into the production processes of its resident artists. At the invitation of n.b.k. and in collaboration with On Equal Terms and the Berlin Art Week, site-specific works by Rosa Barba, Maria Eichhorn, Herta Müller, and Karin Sander will also be on display at the Uferhallen entrance gates.
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Uferhallen Kunstaktien. Dokumentation einer Publikumsgesellschaft
Opening on Sep 14, 6 pm
Sep 15 – 25, 2022
Venue: Uferhallen Kulturstandort, Uferstraße 8, 13357 Berlin
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A cooperation between Neuer Berliner Kunstverein (n.b.k.), Uferhallen e. V., and On Equal Terms.
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Image: Uferhallen © Foto: n.b.k. / Jens Ziehe

Save the date: Aristide Antonas presents his first institutional solo exhibition in Germany at n.b.k.! The architect, ph...
02/09/2022

Save the date: Aristide Antonas presents his first institutional solo exhibition in Germany at n.b.k.! The architect, philosopher, writer, and visual artist designs imaginary places in urban space that address social and environmental challenges of our time through community-oriented approaches.
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In his show The Pulp of Things at n.b.k., Antonas continues his critique of the growing privatization of urban infrastructures. The starting point for his reflections is the increasingly dense network of online retailers, delivery services, and co-working facilities, which promotes the illusion of the private home as an “autonomous cell.” This sense of isolated domesticity dominates the new architectures of densification that are gradually replacing department stores, nightlife districts, and office buildings characteristic of capitalist city centers.
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n.b.k. Showroom
Aristide Antonas. The Pulp of Things
Opening on Sep 14, 6 pm
Sep 15 – Nov 11, 2022
Neuer Berliner Kunstverein
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Image: Aristide Antonas, 2022 © Foto: n.b.k. / Jens Ziehe

Save the date: Mona Hatoum is showing her work at n.b.k. from September 14! During Berlin Art Week, not one but three so...
30/08/2022

Save the date: Mona Hatoum is showing her work at n.b.k. from September 14! During Berlin Art Week, not one but three solo exhibitions by the artist open to the public, presenting the first large-scale survey of her work in Berlin.
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The exhibition at n.b.k. focuses on Hatoum’s dealings with the physical and psychological implications of structural repression through both domestic scenes as well as global scenarios. Her works address experiences of uprootedness – whether as a dissociative moment, trauma, or empowerment. Her ambiguous treatment of notions of home, gender roles and human vulnerability is a compelling artistic contribution to today’s pressing issues.
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Mona Hatoum is considered one of the most important and influential artists of her generation. Her performances, videos, photographs, sculptures, installations, and works on paper deal with issues of displacement, marginalization, exclusion, and state control – themes she examines against the backdrop of both her own biography and current societal developments.
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Mona Hatoum
Opening on Sep 14, 6 pm
Sep 15 – Nov 13, 2022
Neuer Berliner Kunstverein
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A cooperation between Neuer Berliner Kunstverein, Georg Kolbe Museum, and KINDL – Centre for Contemporary Art
The exhibition is funded by Hauptstadtkulturfonds
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Image: Mona Hatoum, 2022 © Photo: n.b.k. / Jens Ziehe

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Mona Hatoum’s works at n.b.k. explore a state of existential uncertainty that the artist once called the “human condition of exile.” In installations such as Home (1999) and Mobile Home II (2006), objects from the domestic sphere are assembled into environments of potential threat. By turning kitchen utensils into buzzing conductors of a high voltage electric current and setting furniture in motion between two police barriers, Hatoum questions the notion of “home sweet home” as a safe and stable place.
_
Mona Hatoum
Sep 15 – Nov 13, 2022
Tue–Sun 12–6 pm / Thu 12–8 pm
Neuer Berliner Kunstverein
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A cooperation between Neuer Berliner Kunstverein, Georg Kolbe Museum, and KINDL – Centre for Contemporary Art
The exhibition is funded by Hauptstadtkulturfonds
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Installation views Neuer Berliner Kunstverein © n.b.k. / Jens Ziehe
Neuer Berliner Kunstverein celebrates Berlin Art Week with several new exhibitions and projects – thanks to everyone who joined us on Wednesday for the openings!
_
Mona Hatoum
Sep 15 – Nov 13, 2022
A cooperation between Neuer Berliner Kunstverein, Georg Kolbe Museum, and KINDL –Centre for Contemporary Art
The exhibition is funded by Hauptstadtkulturfonds
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n.b.k. Showroom
Aristide Antonas. The Pulp of Things
Sep 15 – Nov 11, 2022
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n.b.k. Facade
Haris Epaminonda. VOL. XXVIII
Sep 15, 2022 – Aug 31, 2023
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n.b.k. Billboard
Gülsün Karamustafa. Irreversible Remnants
Sep 15, 2022 – Feb 26, 2023
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Uferhallen Kunstaktien. Documentation of a Public Company
Sep 15 – 25, 2022
Venue: Uferhallen, Uferstraße 8, 13357 Berlin
A cooperation between Neuer Berliner Kunstverein (n.b.k.), Uferhallen e. V., and On Equal Terms.
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© Photos: n.b.k. / Christian Vagt
During this year’s Berlin Art Week, n.b.k. also presents several projects at the Uferhallen:
📢 With Uferhallen Kunstaktien. Dokumentation einer Publikumsgesellschaft, an exhibition on the history of the Kunstaktien, n.b.k. traces the development of Uferhallen and a paradigmatic story of gentrification.
🚧 At the Uferhallen entrance gates, Die Tore – site-specific works by Rosa Barba, Maria Eichhorn, Herta Müller, and Karin Sander – are presented at the invitation of n.b.k. and in collaboration with On Equal Terms and the Berlin Art Week
🎬 And last but not least: In collaboration with the Video-Forum of Neuer Berliner Kunstverein, an open-air screening will take place every evening from September 14–18, starting at 8:30 pm
_
Uferhallen Kunstaktien. Documentation of a Public Company
Sep 15 – 25, 2022
_
Die Tore: Rosa Barba, Maria Eichhorn, Herta Müller, Karin Sander
_
Focus Screenings for Berlin Art Week: Open Air Kino
Sep 14 – 18, 2022, daily from 8:30 pm
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Venue: Uferhallen, Uferstraße 8, 13357 Berlin
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© Photos: n.b.k. / Jens Ziehe; Robert Wilson, Video 50, 1978 (stills)
Eine ausführliche Besprechung von Silke Hennig / rbbKultur zur dreiteiligen Ausstellung von Mona Hatoum im n.b.k. (Neuer Berliner Kunstverein), Georg-Kolbe-Museum und KINDL - Zentrum für zeitgenössische Kunst:

https://www.rbb-online.de/rbbkultur/radio/programm/schema/sendungen/der_morgen/archiv/20220915_0600/fruehkritik_0745.html
Sneak peek: A first glimpse into all the exhibitions opening today at n.b.k.! Join us at 6 pm to celebrate!
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Mona Hatoum
Sep 15 – Nov 13, 2022
A cooperation between Neuer Berliner Kunstverein, Georg Kolbe Museum, and KINDL –Centre for Contemporary Art
The exhibition is funded by Hauptstadtkulturfonds
_
n.b.k. Showroom
Aristide Antonas. The Pulp of Things
Sep 15 – Nov 11, 2022
_
n.b.k. Facade
Haris Epaminonda. VOL. XXVIII
Sep 15, 2022 – Aug 31, 2023
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n.b.k. Billboard
Gülsün Karamustafa. Irreversible Remnants
Sep 15, 2022 – Feb 26, 2023
_
© Photos: n.b.k. / Jens Ziehe
Save the date: The n.b.k. Billboard project is located in the public space at the intersection of Friedrichstrasse and Torstrasse, a two minutes’ walk from Neuer Berliner Kunstverein, embedded in a central and highly frequented urban environment. Works by international contemporary artists have been presented here every six months, specially conceived for the large-format surface, and inviting visitors and passers-by to engage with the aesthetic and social implications of contemporary art as well as with the urban environment.
_
Starting point for Karamustafa’s new work Irreversible Remnants – especially conceived for the n.b.k. Billboard-Series –, is her fascination for the first film salons in Berlin, founded in 1913, only one year before the First World War. In addition to the billboard, a projection of the film The Suffragette (1913), starring the famous actress Asta Nielsen, will be shown at n.b.k. on the 1st floor. While the controversial film was shown in its full length in movie theaters in Berlin, it was so heavily censored in Bavaria that director Urban Gad refused to have it shown there.
_
n.b.k. Billboard
Gülsün Karamustafa. Irreversible Remnants
Opening on Sep 14, 6 pm
Sep 15, 2022 – Feb 26, 2023
Neuer Berliner Kunstverein
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Image: Gülsün Karamustafa, The Monument and the Child, 2011. Courtesy: BuroSarigedik; Gülsün Karamustafa
Save the date: For this year’s edition of the n.b.k. Facade project, artist Haris Epaminonda has conceived an architectural intervention that uses playful visual and conceptual shifts to subtly question entrenched social structures while suggesting possibilities for change. Extending this work is an installation at the window on the 1st floor of n.b.k., which makes further references and connections between the interior and exterior architecture.
_
In her diverse body of work, which includes collages, installation, films, and photography, Haris Epaminonda explores the idiosyncratic inherent life of images, their power, and logic. Re-contextualized recurring motifs in Epaminonda’s oeuvre reflect her preoccupation with archetypal forms, colors, light, composition, figuration, and abstraction. Her fascination with found imagery is evident in her distinctive visual compositions, which link times and places and create new narratives.
_
n.b.k. Facade
Haris Epaminonda. VOL. XXVIII
Opening on Sep 14, 6 pm
Sep 15, 2022 – Aug 31, 2023
Neuer Berliner Kunstverein
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Image: From a found etching depicting the Fall of the Giants (a fresco by Giulio Romano made between 1532–1534 at Palazzo del Te, Mantua), 43 x 51 cm, artist and date unknown. Courtesy: Haris Epaminonda
Save the date: With an exhibition on the history of the Kunstaktien, n.b.k. traces the development of Uferhallen and a paradigmatic story of gentrification.
_
Uferhallen Kunstaktien (art shares) were over 3,000 original artworks that secured a stake in the Uferhallen, a 38,000-square-meter site formerly owned by the Berlin public transport company (BVG). Launched in 2011, the project aimed to establish a wide stakeholder base, securing the long-term existence of Uferhallen as a cultural venue. Ultimately, this unique project was unable to prevent a buyout by a major real estate investment group in 2021.
_
In n.b.k.‘s exhibition, Kunstaktien by all participating artists will be shown. At the same time, the exhibition On Equal Terms by Uferhallen e.V. is on view at Uferhallen, providing insight into the production processes of its resident artists. At the invitation of n.b.k. and in collaboration with On Equal Terms and the Berlin Art Week, site-specific works by Rosa Barba, Maria Eichhorn, Herta Müller, and Karin Sander will also be on display at the Uferhallen entrance gates.
_
Uferhallen Kunstaktien. Dokumentation einer Publikumsgesellschaft
Opening on Sep 14, 6 pm
Sep 15 – 25, 2022
Venue: Uferhallen Kulturstandort, Uferstraße 8, 13357 Berlin
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A cooperation between Neuer Berliner Kunstverein (n.b.k.), Uferhallen e. V., and On Equal Terms.
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Image: Uferhallen © Foto: n.b.k. / Jens Ziehe
Save the date: Aristide Antonas presents his first institutional solo exhibition in Germany at n.b.k.! The architect, philosopher, writer, and visual artist designs imaginary places in urban space that address social and environmental challenges of our time through community-oriented approaches.
_
In his show The Pulp of Things at n.b.k., Antonas continues his critique of the growing privatization of urban infrastructures. The starting point for his reflections is the increasingly dense network of online retailers, delivery services, and co-working facilities, which promotes the illusion of the private home as an “autonomous cell.” This sense of isolated domesticity dominates the new architectures of densification that are gradually replacing department stores, nightlife districts, and office buildings characteristic of capitalist city centers.
_
n.b.k. Showroom
Aristide Antonas. The Pulp of Things
Opening on Sep 14, 6 pm
Sep 15 – Nov 11, 2022
Neuer Berliner Kunstverein
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Image: Aristide Antonas, 2022 © Foto: n.b.k. / Jens Ziehe
Save the date: Mona Hatoum is showing her work at n.b.k. from September 14! During Berlin Art Week, not one but three solo exhibitions by the artist open to the public, presenting the first large-scale survey of her work in Berlin.
_
The exhibition at n.b.k. focuses on Hatoum’s dealings with the physical and psychological implications of structural repression through both domestic scenes as well as global scenarios. Her works address experiences of uprootedness – whether as a dissociative moment, trauma, or empowerment. Her ambiguous treatment of notions of home, gender roles and human vulnerability is a compelling artistic contribution to today’s pressing issues.
_
Mona Hatoum is considered one of the most important and influential artists of her generation. Her performances, videos, photographs, sculptures, installations, and works on paper deal with issues of displacement, marginalization, exclusion, and state control – themes she examines against the backdrop of both her own biography and current societal developments.
_
Mona Hatoum
Opening on Sep 14, 6 pm
Sep 15 – Nov 13, 2022
Neuer Berliner Kunstverein
_
A cooperation between Neuer Berliner Kunstverein, Georg Kolbe Museum, and KINDL – Centre for Contemporary Art
The exhibition is funded by Hauptstadtkulturfonds
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Image: Mona Hatoum, 2022 © Photo: n.b.k. / Jens Ziehe
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