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Künstlerhaus Bethanien The Künstlerhaus Bethanien is an international artist residency programme and exhibition space that is in an established player within the Berlin and international art scene since 1974.

Künstlerhaus Bethanien is a service enterprise whose goal is to further contemporary art and contemporary artists. It is responsible for the lodging and assistance of international guests; for offering advice in general questions concerning art and its practical issues; for the running of the workshops; for the planning and realization of its residents' events; and the development and organization

Künstlerhaus Bethanien is a service enterprise whose goal is to further contemporary art and contemporary artists. It is responsible for the lodging and assistance of international guests; for offering advice in general questions concerning art and its practical issues; for the running of the workshops; for the planning and realization of its residents' events; and the development and organization

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Aliens are temporary - eine mutierende Erzählung: Ally Bisshop, Sarah Browne, Club Ate (Justin Shoulder & Bhenji Ra), Lú...
04/04/2022
Programm – Kunstraum Kreuzberg

Aliens are temporary - eine mutierende Erzählung:
Ally Bisshop, Sarah Browne, Club Ate (Justin Shoulder & Bhenji Ra), Lúa Coderch, Siouxzi Connor, Efe Ce Ele, Denise Ferreira da Silva & Arjuna Neuman, FRKTL, Pakui Hardware, Emily Hunt, Nona Inescu, Lorena Juan, KAYA (Kerstin Brätsch & Debo Eilers), Vera Kox, Verónica Lehner, hn. lyonga, MELT (Ren Loren Britton & Isabel Paehr), Sofía Montenegro, Nkisi, Silvia Noronha & Niko de Paula Lefort, Lucía C. Pino, Lauren Reid, Naomi Rincón Gallardo, Juli Schmidt, Anaïs Senli, Eirik Sördal, Alison Sperling, Sally von Rosen, Janaina Wagner, Sadie Weis, Ran Zhang, Leticia Ybarra, a.o.

Congrats, #VeraKox former artist in residence at Künstlerhaus Bethanien and #LaurenReid, former collegue, to whom we also feel very connected.
#formerartistinresidence #KünstlerhausBethanien #contemporaryart
https://www.kunstraumkreuzberg.de/programm/demnaechst/2022/?msclkid=d87f4c64b41a11eca2771cdedd920b54

Nach einer Allgemeinverfügung des Bezirksamtes Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg vom 30.03.2022 gilt bis zum 25. Mai 2022 folgendes Hausrecht im Kunstraum Kreuzberg:

Upcoming Exhibitions | April 29 - June 18, 2022 HAMLET LAVASTIDA - Two Two Three NineWhen Lavastida returned to Havana f...
02/04/2022

Upcoming Exhibitions | April 29 - June 18, 2022
HAMLET LAVASTIDA - Two Two Three Nine

When Lavastida returned to Havana from a residency in Berlin in September 2021, he was arrested and imprisoned for three months. After weeks of torture-like interrogations, he was expatriated and deported to the EU. Since January 2022, he has been living in forced exile in Berlin, and at the end of June 2022 he will take part in documenta fifteen in Kassel within the Instarproject at the invitation of the artist collective ruangrupa.

Two months before documenta, the exhibition Two Two Three Nine will give Gallery Weekend visitors the opportunity to take an in-depth look at Lavastida’s artistic practice. On display at Crone Berlin’s over 150-square-meter space will be more than 45 new works that the artist has created since his expatriation and that reflect both his personal experience and the themes of repression, dictatorship, and abuse of power in general.

At the center of the exhibition is Lavastida’s manifesto Penitentiary Republic, around which he groups a cosmos of diverse works in a wide range of techniques and genres. Alongside his signature cut outs are video works, canvas paintings, stamp drawings, and photo wallpapers. They all come together to form a room-filling installation in which art and agitation merge, in which aesthetic and political aspirations enter into a symbiosis, and in which the will to design is grasped in terms of both form and content—following the artist's conviction that, on the evidence of worldwide upheavals, wars, threats, and historical falsification, one cannot be separated from the other.

With the title Two Two Three Nine, Lavastida underlines his personal involvement and experience for the manifesto Penitentiary Republic, which he wrote and visualized for the Crone exhibition. “Two Two Three Nine” is the number assigned to him by Cuban State Security when he was arrested; it replaced his name in prison. To this day, it is the only identity his homeland grants him—a number in the clutches of a power apparatus, a number like the many numbers that dictatorships see in people and erase when necessary.

It is dispensable to emphasize that Lavastida’s art acquires additional importance and topicality due to Russia’s war against Ukraine.

HAMLET LAVASTIDA and his partner, the writer KATHERINE BISQUET are guests of Künstlerhaus Bethanien.

#HamletLavastida #KatherineBisquet #formerartistinresidence #KünstlerhausBethanien

INVITATION | Kyoco Taniyama | Neuköllner Kunstpreis 2022Exhibition: 12. February - 24. April 2022 FINISSAGE & GUIDED TOU...
01/04/2022
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INVITATION | Kyoco Taniyama | Neuköllner Kunstpreis 2022
Exhibition: 12. February - 24. April 2022
FINISSAGE & GUIDED TOUR WITH ARTISTS: ON SUNDAY, APRIL 24, AT 6PM.
Congrats, Kyoco Taniyama took second place in the awards in Neuköllner Kunstpreis 2022.
Artists: Kati Gausmann, Bongjun Oh, Dachil Sado, Moran Saderovich,
#KyocoTaniyama, Médine Tidou
#formerartistinresidence #KünstlerhausBethanien
https://kyocotaniyama.com/

Kyoco Taniyama who is creating site-specific art installations / art projects based on the research of the local historic identity. 美術家・谷山恭子のウェブサイト

EXHIBITION Hsiang Lin Wang | Fermata April 8th - Mai 20thFermata is a musical term– a pause of unspecified length on a n...
31/03/2022

EXHIBITION Hsiang Lin Wang | Fermata
April 8th - Mai 20th
Fermata is a musical term
– a pause of unspecified length on a note or rest.

Parsifal is the last work by German composer Richard Wagner, which fuses the philosophy of the West and the Buddhism of the East. Ultimately, what it aims to present is the importance of people’s “compassion”. The human species as a whole is facing a disaster on a global scale since 2020 as the pandemic forces people to stay home for a long time. Nevertheless, what came into my mind was the refugees displaced. They are constantly moving in non-places instead of their homes. The project utilizes/deploys music as the point of departure. Through the rearrangement of music, it explores the spiritual awareness and faith of individuals from different social classes and occasions under the circumstances of modern vulnerability.
https://www.bethanien.de/en/exhibitions/hsiang-lin-wang/
#HsiangLinWang #artistinresidence #KünstlerhausBethanien
外交部 Ministry of Foreign Affairs, ROC(Taiwan) Taipei Representative Office in Germany - S & T Division -
Taishin International Bank - Foundation for Arts and Culture

Santiago Mostyn - 08-18 (Past Perfect) 7 April - 22 May 2022In 08-18 (Past Perfect), Mostyn extends his thinking around ...
30/03/2022
Santiago Mostyn - 08-18 (Past Perfect) | 7 April - 22 May 2022

Santiago Mostyn - 08-18 (Past Perfect)
7 April - 22 May 2022
In 08-18 (Past Perfect), Mostyn extends his thinking around the fragility and potential of the body in two distinct political spaces: late Capitalism in the United States, and post-colonial populism in southern Africa and the Caribbean. In his 2019 video triptych Altarpiece (exhibited at the Institut Suèdois in Paris in 2019 and at Andréhn-Schiptjenko Stockholm in 2021), Mostyn sourced material from online archives and combined these with his own recordings to explore how broad histories and personal memory might intersect in the gestures of Black bodies confined to these two spheres.

#SantiagoMostyn #formerartistinresidence #KünstlerhausBethanienn

https://www.andrehn-schiptjenko.com/exhibitions/85-santiago-mostyn-08-18-past-perfect-paris/

We are pleased to invite you to the opening of Santiago Mostyn’s exhibition 08-18 (Past Perfect) , taking place on Thursday 7 April between 18-20h in the presence of the artist. Santiago Mostyn’s films, installations, texts, and performances explore the dissonance of lives lived between differen...

“My approach hasn’t changed. I am a listener.” On the first weekend in April, the filmmaker Alanis Obomsawin will explor...
29/03/2022
The Children Have to Hear Another Story – Alanis Obomsawin

“My approach hasn’t changed. I am a listener.” On the first weekend in April, the filmmaker Alanis Obomsawin will explore the significance of the voice, song and music for her own work in conversation with media scholar Monika Kin Gagnon. A panel discussion will examine the relationship between freedom, art and social engagement. Obomsawin and the curators will give a guided tour to the exhibition The Children Have to Hear Another Story. A screening program devoted to Merata Mita provides a glimpse into Māori cinema.

Curators: Richard William Hill and Hila Peleg

With #MonikaKinGagnon, #AlexandraJuhasz, #DolleenTisawiiashiiManning, #AlanisObomsawin, #JasonRyle, #KristaBelleStewart & #RichardFung
The Children Have to Hear Another Story – Alanis Obomsawin
Talks, guided tour, screening
Sat & Sun, Apr 2 & 3, 2022

Exhibition
Until Mon, Apr 18, 2022
Daily, except Tue, 12 noon–8 pm

More about the program:
hkw.de/en/AnotherStory

More on accessibility: hkw.de/accessible or 030 – 397 87 175
Image: Unknown, Making-of-Photo, Christmas at Moose Factory, 1971 | Courtesy National Film Board of Canada and the#Richard

#formerartistinresidence #KünstlerhausBethaninen

Five decades of activist filmmaking: Alanis Obomsawin's documentaries give insights into the lives and concerns of Indigenous communities.

Daniel Lie. Scales of Decay I 10 May 2022 — 19 Jun 2022Villa102 opens its doors again: "Scales of Decay" by DANIEL LIEis...
28/03/2022

Daniel Lie. Scales of Decay I 10 May 2022 — 19 Jun 2022
Villa102 opens its doors again: "Scales of Decay" by DANIEL LIE
is the third edition of the exhibition series in which KfW Stiftung scholarship holders transform the historic Villa 102 into an art space.
https://www.monopol-magazin.de/shows/daniel-lie-scales-decay
#DanielLie #formerartistinresidence #KfWStiftung #KfWStiftungArtsandCulture #Berlin #KünstlerhausBethanien
#contemporaryart #artberlin #contemporaryartberlin
Dife and Leath (Detail), 2021, photo: David Brandt, (c) Künstlerhaus Bethanien

Soft opening on April 8 with the exhibition of Lotte Nielsen, Letters from St. Petersburg. #LotteNielsen #artistinreside...
28/03/2022
KB | Lotte Nielsen

Soft opening on April 8 with the exhibition of Lotte Nielsen, Letters from St. Petersburg.
#LotteNielsen #artistinresidence #KünstlerhausBethanien
https://www.bethanien.de/en/exhibitions/lotte-nielsen/

Image: Lotte Nielsen, Letters from St. Petersburg, 2021, (Video Still / videostill). Cinematographer: Catherine Pattinama Coleman, Courtesy the artist

This KB Interview was created particularly in relation to Tracey Snelling's way of working with cities, urban infrastruc...
26/03/2022
KB - ITW #08 Tracey Snelling

This KB Interview was created particularly in relation to Tracey Snelling's way of working with cities, urban infrastructures and communities.

https://vimeo.com/511074296
Her work derives from sociology, voyeurism and geographical and architectural locations. Within these ideas, themes develop from particular local’s inhabitants: Who are these people? What do they do and why do they do it? These questions transport observation into the realm of storytelling. As Snelling's work evolves, she continues to explore places, people, and cultures through the use of scale and repetition of a theme; She creates new realities that change with the viewer’s perception. Through video, sound, and manipulation of size, she is not trying to replicate a place; rather giving her impression of a place, its people and their experience, and allow the viewer to extrapolate his or her own meaning. At the core of her work resides the intersection of place and experience. This melding, the known with the unknown, the foreign with the familiar, fuels her work and creates a multilayered experience.

Artist homepage: traceysnelling.com/home.html
Cinematography by Peter Rosemann and Tracey Snelling.

Script supervising and translation by Camille Herding.

Directed and edited by Arthur Debert
Narration by Tracey Snelling and Paul Griffiths
"A Poem is a City" by Charles Bukowski (1969)
Tracey Snelling stayed at Künstlerhaus Bethanien within the International Studio Programme between 2017-18 and lives and works in Berlin.

@TraceySnelling #artistinresidence #KünstlerhausBethanien #TraceySnelling #PeterRosemann #ArthurDebert #PaulGriffiths #CamilleHerding

This KB Interview was created particularly in relation to Tracey Snelling's way of working with cities, urban infrastructures and communities. Her work derives…

April 8th | Next exhibition with WORKING HARD - WEN-YING SHE & PO-YU KUO "A Better Tomorrow". https://www.bethanien.de/e...
25/03/2022

April 8th | Next exhibition with WORKING HARD - WEN-YING SHE & PO-YU KUO "A Better Tomorrow".
https://www.bethanien.de/en/exhibitions/working-hard-wen-ying-she-po-yu-kuo/
#太認真 #WorkingHard #Shewenying #Kuopoyu #KünstlerhausBethaninen #artistinresidence
外交部 Ministry of Foreign Affairs, ROC(Taiwan)Taipei Representative Office in Germany - S & T Division -
National Culture And Arts Foundation財團法人國家文化藝術基金會

Bye-bye. We are rebuilding. Here is the info about the next exhibitions.  On Friday, April 8, we will open again with a ...
24/03/2022

Bye-bye. We are rebuilding. Here is the info about the next exhibitions. On Friday, April 8, we will open again with a Slow Opening at 2 pm. With the following artists LOTTE NIELSEN, HSIANG-LIN WANG, WORKING HARD - WEN-YING SHE & PO-YU KUO, LUTZ FRIEDEL, ANDREAS MÜLLER-POHLE und ROBERT SEIDEL.
https://www.bethanien.de/
#LotteNielsen #HsiangLinWang #WorkingHard #WenYingShe #PoYuKuo #artistinresidence #LutzFriedel #AndreasMüllerPohle #RobertSeidel #KünstlerhausBethanien

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Exhibition Space: Kottbusser Str. 10 / Offices And Studios: Kohlfurter Str. 41-43
Berlin
10999

U1/U8 Kottbusser Tor / U8 Schönleinstr.

Allgemeine Information

To protect the visitors and employees of Künstlerhaus Bethanien, comprehensive hygiene precautions have been taken and access to the exhibitions has been limited. We ask all visitors to keep a minimum distance of 1.5 meters, to wear their own mouth and nose protection and to pay attention to the signs on site. For further information on hygiene and conduct requirements, please visit https://www.berlin.de/corona/en/.

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Dienstag 14:00 - 19:00
Mittwoch 14:00 - 19:00
Donnerstag 14:00 - 19:00
Freitag 14:00 - 19:00
Samstag 14:00 - 19:00
Sonntag 14:00 - 19:00

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030/ 6169030

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The Künstlerhaus Bethanien, one of the first residency programmes worldwide of this kind, can look back on a long and successful history of promoting emerging artists on an international level. It is an established player within the Berlin and international art scene since 1974.

The artistic orientation of our programme includes all kinds of artistic media and practises. The Künstlerhaus offers a worldwide unique combination of studio and exhibition spaces as well as state-of-the-art workshops for wood, metal, spray-paint, video-editing. Further support is offered in publishing catalogues and artist-books. Additionally – aside from technical, curatorial and PR support for solo exhibitions and public Open Studio events –, an individual programme of studio visits, in-house events and professional coaching is arranged.

The Künstlerhaus is located in a landmarked building complex, situated in the very heart of Berlin in the trendy neighbourhood of Kreuzberg.

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ich bin Fotografin (selbständig). Ich will meine Leistungen als Fotografin anbieten. Ich habe für, AdK Berlin Teddy Awards, Swedish film Institute, Hamburg Boat Show (organisiert bei Messe Friedrischshafen), ein paar teams auf Berlinale 2019, 2020 (auch in Wettbewerb), verschiedenen Messen, Tagungen , Konferenzen gearbeitet. 
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Notes on the public discussion “Between Afrofuturism and Milky Way Traffic Regulations” held in Künstlerhaus Bethanien on September 2, 2019 As some of you might know, Künstlerhaus Bethanien (from now on will be referred as KB) held yesterday a public discussion to address the criticisms raised against their current exhibition "Milchstraßenverkehrsordnung (Space is the Place)”. As their first reaction to the criticisms was non-transparently changing their original press release, this initiative of them seemed like a more transparent act, so I went there. My hope for an equal and understanding discussion was enhanced when I saw the print-outs of the strong statement made by the intersectional feminist group Soup du Jour (from now on will be referred as SdJ) on the info desk at the entrance but my hope had been brutally smashed once the gentlemen of the night took over the stage. The night started with two individual input from two artists (I am sorry I cannot remember their name, nor find it in the event page) but as I understood later on from the speech of Mr. Tannert, the curator of the exhibition, they volunteered to speak on the stage by taking personal contact with Mr. Tannert. Firs speaker had a very didactic discourse and chose to sit in a way to look at Mr. Tannert’s table instead of turning his face to the audience. I would expect a panelist who volunteer to talk on such a topic to face the audience but his later words would prove that probably Mr. Tannert was the only person in the room he was taking serious. He started his speech blaming SdJ of using the term “violence” wrongly by quoting a shallow definitions of physical violence. It seemed like this person had quite some problem understanding what “systemic or structural violence” means. He indirectly implied the intervention of SdJ fascistic and paid tribute to one of the most common male discourses my lovely female comrades would know very well, “THE BIG PICTURE”. With this, he wanted to say “ah you ladies and minorities, stop your fight about feminism or representation, we have other issues to tackle…” When I later took the mic and mentioned my disappointment of both male speakers’ agitating command of looking at the BIG PICTURE (what I have heard 101010 times in the left circles I was hanging out before), he looked at me with empty eyes and gave no answer. He didn’t address any of the clear questions aroused in the Facebook Post Statement of SdJ published on July 29, 2019 and he seemed to have null understanding of what the criticism is actually about or what the word “representation” means. Long story short, the first speaker contributed no productive input. The second speaker managed only one thing: Characterising the HATE of an antifeminist who somehow managed to find a place for himself in the art world. I strongly suggest him to contact Lars von Trier or some other do**he bag and continue his career being a public women hater cause he is verrrryy good at that. The aggressive tone of this speaker was making it very difficult for me follow the words blurring in his speech which was more like an antifeminist stream of consciousness. His anger was so intense, his whole upper body was moving on the elegant chair and I was afraid for a while that the chair would break. His negative energy was overshadowing my very entspannt mood. I was hoping so much the 3 weeks I spent in the Mediterranean nature would be my energy bank for some time in Berlin but it got all sucked up by this person, but no worries, I have Yoga and Feminism to charge my brain and soul with positivism. This person said he personally knows and works with some of the members of SdJ. And later in his speech, he said these people don’t have enough knowledge or background in art. Most of the members of SdJ are anonymous so I require this person to give names who he was referring to and how on earth he sees himself competent to score someone’s knowledge of art! This person said, if SdJ was so disturbed by the artists (18 white men, 3 white women, 1 artist of colour) represented in the related exhibition, SdJ should have suggested other artists. I said, SdJ is not the curator of the exhibition, Mr. Tannert is! This person said, the members of SdJ and similar collectives want to gain reputation through their campaigns like “Whitey on the Moon”. Once again, most of the members of SdJ want to stay anonymous. This person said, “you know, you got the last two Berlin Biannele and the Documenta, why can you not be happy with that? Why do you attack a small exhibition like this one”. I said “our principles are not according to the scale” This person didn’t understand it. Oh, of course this man also required all feminists to look at the BIG PICTURE! This person later came to me in person outside of the room the public discussion was taking place and asked my name, I didn’t tell him my name. In the second part of the meeting, Mr. Tannert answered the questions of Mr. Adebisi. I couldn’t hear any honest self-criticism from Mr. Tannert. The only thing I understood from himself is that he quite likes Sun Ra, probably that’s the only thing we have in common. Mr. Tannert organised a public discussion with a promise to address the concerns about his exhibition but he didn’t! So, I rephrase the questions asked in the statement of SdJ once again: Why in particular are you crediting Elon Musk in a afrofuturism exhibition, Mr. Tannert? If you are a real fan of Sun Ra, don’t you feel ashamed in trying to harmonise the heritage of Sun Ra with a white male megalomaniac’s dystopian dream of colonising the space???? Why there is not one BPOC artist in an exhibition called “afrofuturism”? Why there was only men talking on the stage? Was it too difficult to collaborate with a FLTI speaker? Why did you call SdJ “Coup du Jour”? I got the impression from your speech that you choose your words quite carefully and take your time and speak quite slowly. So, it makes me question if it was slip of the tongue or the expression of your real thoughts? At least, you were being honest for once, so I guess, thank you for that ! Why did you describe Mr. Adebisi’s moderation a “performance”????? As a high intellectual man, I am sure you understand what this means. By describing his talk and moderation a performance, you patronise his stance and create an unequal platform and imply at the end of the day, your speech is the real one, right? There were two nice moments from last night. When one of the BPOC audiences took the mic and shared his experiences in Germany like being asked all the time "where he actually comes from" and when I could talk, meet and hug 4 beautiful women after the the talk and have a quality talk in 10 minutes unlike the three hours torture show organised by KB! There are def. much more problems to highlight from last night but I didn’t attend the talk as a journalist and got quite weary of the second speaker’s hate so this is all I could write. If you want to criticise, suggest edits or fill up gaps, please feel free to do so! Love, Merve
Art lovers or simply curious, next October a great chance to meet directly artists and discover their works without intermediary. It's Accessible Art Fair. More than 60 artists from all over the world will be gathered together for three days: from Vietnam to USA, from Israel to Bosnia and of course many Belgian artists. Don't miss it!
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