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KW Institute for Contemporary Art KW Institute for Contemporary Art aims to approach the central questions of our times through the production, display, and dissemination of contemporary.

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KW Institute for Contemporary Art aims to approach the central questions of our times through the production, display, and dissemination of contemporary art. Since its inception, 30 years ago, KW has established itself, not only as an institution, but also as a dynamic and lively spac

Safety – your stay at KW
Hygiene measures and precautions
https://www.kw-berlin.de/en/covid-19-hygiene-measures/

KW Institute for Contemporary Art aims to approach the central questions of our times through the production, display, and dissemination of contemporary art. Since its inception, 30 years ago, KW has established itself, not only as an institution, but also as a dynamic and lively spac

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Next weekend: 24h live sonic performance ‚sync‘ by Lydia Ourahmane! 🎧For this extended event, the doors to KW’s main hal...
21/09/2022

Next weekend: 24h live sonic performance ‚sync‘ by Lydia Ourahmane! 🎧

For this extended event, the doors to KW’s main hall will remain open for 24 consecutive hours on the weekend of 1–2 October 22. The endurance of visitors and artist are interrogated alike. Lydia Ourahmane creates a site-specific installation at KW Institute for Contemporary Art in collaboration with musician Daniel Blumberg . The work is a continuation of the artist’s ongoing engagement with the emotional, psychological, and political correlations between material, body, and place. Visitors are invited to engage in the creation of an in-progress immersive sonic composition orchestrated by each participants’ heart beats.

We will provide you with more information about this special 24 hours event in the following days – meanwhile you can also check our website, 🔗 link in bio.

Curator: Sofie Krogh Christensen
Curatorial assistant: Nikolas Brummer

With thanks to Schertler Audio.

‘Pause: Lydia Ourahmane – sync’
1–2 October 22
11–11 am continuously
Free admission
At KW Institute for Contemporary Art
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Lydia Ourahmane and Daniel Blumberg © Aidan Zamiri

What a weekend with our exhibition Rachel Rossin: THE MAW OF! 💎We are overjoyed that so many people wanted to join us in...
19/09/2022

What a weekend with our exhibition Rachel Rossin: THE MAW OF! 💎

We are overjoyed that so many people wanted to join us in the VR world and visited 's work in the .
As part of we were able to bring this special combination of contemporary art and historical place to you – thank you for the great cooperation, for the team and everyone who made this project possible and special thanks to all of you who visited us in the last days! We are thrilled that the Berlin art scene was in full swing and look forward to everything that comes.

If you haven't had enough: via our website you can go directly to the online comission, which brings Rachel Rossin's virtual world to your mobile! 🔗 link in our bio

THE MAW OF is made possible by
In cooperation with .uni
The web component is co-commissioned with
As part of

Curator: Nadim Samman .samman
Curatorial Assistant: Linda Franken .a
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1–5: Installation view of the exhibition KW on location: 'Rachel Rossin THE MAW OF', by KW Institute for Contemporary Art at Tieranatomischen Theater, Berlin 2022 © the artist, Photo: Frank Sperling
6: Credit © Berlin Art Week 2022, Photo: Bastian Thiery

Today is the last day of KW on location: Rachel Rossin THE MAW OF! 💎The mixed-reality theatre stages a new conceptual an...
18/09/2022

Today is the last day of KW on location: Rachel Rossin THE MAW OF! 💎

The mixed-reality theatre stages a new conceptual and visual vocabulary, addressing the expanded limits of the human body and mind today. Don't forget to check out the basement and also make sure you use the VR glasses which are provided!

Find more information via the 🔗 link in our bio.

Exhibition ‘KW on location: Rachel Rossin THE MAW OF’
On view 15–18 Sep 22 at Tieranatomisches Theater Berlin, daily 12–7 pm
Opening, Wed, 14 Sep 22 at 7 pm
Daily introduction 4:30 pm
Artist Talk: Sat, 17 Sep 22 at 3 pm

THE MAW OF is made possible by
In cooperation with .uni
The web component is co-commissioned with
As part of

Curator: Nadim Samman .samman
Curatorial Assistant: Linda Franken .a
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Rachel Rossin, THE MAW OF, 2022. Single-channel video installation, sound. Installation view of the exhibition KW on location: Rachel Rossin THE MAW OF, by KW Institute for Contemporary Art at Tieranatomischen Theater, Berlin 2022. Courtesy the artist, Photo: Frank Sperling

Take your chance and visit our exhibition at the Tieranatomische Theater! 💎THE MAW OF by  (*1987, US) explores the comin...
17/09/2022

Take your chance and visit our exhibition at the Tieranatomische Theater! 💎

THE MAW OF by (*1987, US) explores the coming together of flesh, machine, cognition, and code provoked by current research into brain-
computer interfaces. As part of Berlin Art Week it is still up and running today and tomorrow!

Find more information via the 🔗 link in our bio.

Exhibition ‘KW on location: Rachel Rossin THE MAW OF’
On view 15–18 Sep 22 at Tieranatomisches Theater Berlin, daily 12–7 pm
Opening, Wed, 14 Sep 22 at 7 pm
Daily introduction 4:30 pm
Artist Talk: Sat, 17 Sep 22 at 3 pm

THE MAW OF is made possible by
In cooperation with .uni
The web component is co-commissioned with
As part of

Curator: Nadim Samman .samman
Curatorial Assistant: Linda Franken .a
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Rachel Rossin, THE MAW OF, 2022. Meta Quest 2, Hand Tracking, 5-channel video, LED screens, sound. Installation view of the exhibition KW on location: Rachel Rossin THE MAW OF, by KW Institute for Contemporary Art at Tieranatomischen Theater, Berlin 2022. Courtesy the artist, Photo: Frank Sperling

Rachel Rossin, THE MAW OF, 2022. 2 channel video, microcontrollers, OLED components, computer cooling fan, electrical components, sound. Installation view of the exhibition KW on location: Rachel Rossin THE MAW OF, by KW Institute for Contemporary Art at Tieranatomischen Theater, Berlin 2022. Courtesy the artist, Photo: Frank Sperling

Yesterday we opened the doors to THE MAW OF! 💎Thank you so much to everyone who joined us in celebrating the opening of ...
15/09/2022

Yesterday we opened the doors to THE MAW OF! 💎

Thank you so much to everyone who joined us in celebrating the opening of KW on location: Rachel Rossin THE MAW OF last night. We are stoked about each and everyone who showed up to explore the conceptual world of in the stunning location of . We couldn't have imagined a better kick-off!
During the next few days the exhibition is open every day from 11am to 7pm, the daily introductions for Saturday and Sunday still have a few places left, as does the artist talk on Saturday at 3pm. Make sure to register yourself fast!

The online artwork — co-commissioned with the Whitney Museum of American Art, is now also accessible on the websites of both KW and .
You can find out more about via the 🔗 link in our bio.

Exhibition ‘KW on location: Rachel Rossin THE MAW OF’
On view 15–18 Sep 22 at Tieranatomisches Theater Berlin, daily 12–7 pm
Opening, Wed, 14 Sep 22 at 7 pm
Daily introduction 4:30 pm
Artist Talk: Sat, 17 Aug 22 at 3 pm

THE MAW OF is made possible by
In cooperation with .uni
The web component is co-commissioned with
As part of

Curator: Nadim Samman .samman
Curatorial Assistant: Linda Franken .a
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Tieranatomisches Theater, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin. Installation view of the exhibition KW on location: Rachel Rossin THE MAW OF, by KW Institute for Contemporary Art at Tieranatomischen Theater, Berlin 2022. Courtesy the artist, Photo: Frank Sperling

Images by KW Institute for Contemporary Art

Join us for the opening tonight at 7 pm ‘KW on location: Rachel Rossin THE MAW OF’! 💎Tonight is the opening of our exhib...
14/09/2022

Join us for the opening tonight at 7 pm ‘KW on location: Rachel Rossin THE MAW OF’! 💎

Tonight is the opening of our exhibition ‘KW on location: Rachel Rossin THE MAW OF’! Starting tonight it can be seen until the 18 September 22. If you can't make it tonight you can still register for the introductions in the next few days. The introductions will take place every day at 4.30 pm in English and German. In about 30 minutes you will get a first insight into the work of . Admission is free, you just have to register in advance: [email protected].

You can find more information via the 🔗 link in our bio.

Exhibition ‘KW on location: Rachel Rossin THE MAW OF’
On view 15–18 Sep 22 at Tieranatomisches Theater Berlin, daily 12–7 pm
Daily introduction 4:30 pm
Artist Talk: Sat, 17 Aug 22 at 3 pm

THE MAW OF is made possible by
In cooperation with .uni
The web component is co-commissioned with
As part of

Curator: Nadim Samman .samman
Curatorial Assistant: Linda Franken .a
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Rachel Rossin, THE MAW OF, 2022 (detail). Meta Quest 2, Hand Tracking, 5-channel video, LED screens, sound. Installation view of the exhibition KW on location: Rachel Rossin THE MAW OF, by KW Institute for Contemporary Art at Tieranatomischen Theater, Berlin 2022. Courtesy the artist, Photo: Frank Sperling

Free admission & daily introductions at 4:30 pm in our exhibition 'KW on location: Rachel Rossin THE MAW OF! 💎Don't miss...
13/09/2022

Free admission & daily introductions at 4:30 pm in our exhibition 'KW on location: Rachel Rossin THE MAW OF! 💎

Don't miss the exhibition by artist at the , which will open tomorrow night 7–10 pm.

RSVP for daily introductions via
https://www.kw-berlin.de/en/exhibition-kw-on-location-rachel-rossin-the-maw-of

Exhibition ‘KW on location: Rachel Rossin THE MAW OF’
On view 15–18 Sep 22 at Tieranatomisches Theater Berlin, daily 12–7 pm
Opening, Wed, 14 Sep 22 at 7 pm
Daily introduction 4:30 pm
Artist Talk: Sat, 17 Aug 22 at 3 pm

THE MAW OF is made possible by
In cooperation with .uni
The web component is co-commissioned with
As part of

Curator: Nadim Samman .samman
Curatorial Assistant: Linda Franken .a
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#rachelrossin #contemporaryartberlin #metaopenarts#tieranatomischestheater

Rachel Rossin, THE MAW OF (2022) © the artist

Not long now until the beginning of ‘KW on location: Rachel Rossin THE MAW OF’! 💎The exhibition that takes places at the...
10/09/2022

Not long now until the beginning of ‘KW on location: Rachel Rossin THE MAW OF’! 💎

The exhibition that takes places at the will start this Wednesday.
We invite you to join us at the opening on 14 September and be among the first people to see 's new work. The opening is free of admission and starts at 7 pm at TA T, Campus Nord, Haus 3, Philippstraße 13, 10115 Berlin.

We are so excited about the exhibition and look forward to seeing you there!
You can find more information via the 🔗 link in our bio.

Exhibition ‘KW on location: Rachel Rossin THE MAW OF’
On view 15–18 Sep 22 at Tieranatomisches Theater Berlin, daily 12–7 pm
Opening, Wed, 14 Sep 22 at 7 pm
Daily introduction 4:30 pm
Artist Talk: Sat, 17 Aug 22 at 3 pm

THE MAW OF is made possible by
In cooperation with .uni
The web component is co-commissioned with
As part of

Curator .samman
Curatorial Assistant .a
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#rachelrossin #contemporaryartberlin #metaopenarts#tieranatomischestheater

Rachel Rossin, THE MAW OF (2022) © the artist
Tieranatomisches Theater, Humboldt-Universitaet zu Berlin © Stefan Josef Müller

Take your chance to learn more about Rachel Rossin and her work at the artist talk! 💎Curator Nadim Samman and artist  gi...
07/09/2022

Take your chance to learn more about Rachel Rossin and her work at the artist talk! 💎

Curator Nadim Samman and artist give insight into the exhibition ‘KW on location: Rachel Rossin THE MAW OF’. Imagining the corporeal as a component within a larger technical assemblage, Rachel Rossin’s THE MAW OF invokes the historical development of body peripherals and outsourced sensing.

The talk will be held in English and is free of admission. All you have to do is register now via [email protected].

Exhibition ‘KW on location: Rachel Rossin THE MAW OF’
On view 15–18 Sep 22 at Tieranatomisches Theater Berlin, daily 12–7 pm
Opening, Wed, 14 Sep 22 at 7 pm
Daily introduction 4:30 pm
Artist Talk: Sat, 17 Aug 22 at 3 pm

THE MAW OF is made possible by
In cooperation with .uni
The web component is co-commissioned with
As part of

Curator: Nadim Samman .samman
Curatorial Assistant: Linda Franken .a
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Rachel Rossin, THE MAW OF (2022) © the artist

All eyes on Rachel Rossin! 💎The artist behind THE MAW OF is an established pioneer in the field of virtual reality. Ross...
06/09/2022

All eyes on Rachel Rossin! 💎

The artist behind THE MAW OF is an established pioneer in the field of virtual reality. Rossin’s work blends painting, sculpture, new media and more to create digital landscapes, which she uses to address aspects of entropy, embodiment, the ubiquity of technology, and its effect on human psychology. The multi-disciplinary practice of Rossin explores the coming together of flesh, machine, cognition, and code provoked by current research into brain-computer interfaces.

Find out more via the 🔗 link in our bio and get ready for the Artist Talk on Sat, 17 Sept at 3 pm.

Exhibition ‘KW on location: Rachel Rossin THE MAW OF’
On view 15–18 Sep 22 at Tieranatomisches Theater Berlin, daily 12–7 pm
Opening, Wed, 14 Sep 22 at 7 pm
Daily introduction 4:30 pm
Artist Talk: Sat, 17 Aug 22 at 3 pm

THE MAW OF is made possible by
In cooperation with .uni
The web component is co-commissioned with
As part of

Curator: Nadim Samman .samman
Curatorial Assistant: Linda Franken .a
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Credit Art21 “New York Close-up: Rachel Rossin’s Digital Homes”

Rachel Rossin, I’m my loving memory, 2020–2021, UV-printed acrylic with AR application. Installation view, World on a Wire, Hyundai Motorstudio Beijing. Courtesy Hyundai Motorstudio and Rhizome.

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KW Institute for Contemporary Art aims to approach the central questions of our times through the production, display, and dissemination of contemporary art. Since its inception, 25 years ago, KW has established itself, not only as an institution, but also as a dynamic and lively space for progressive practices within the Berlin art scene, as well as in an international context. By means of exhibitions and various event formats, KW has aligned itself towards the current tendencies of the national and international art and cultural discourse, and has actively developed them on a collaborative level with artists, institutions, and by means of commissioned works. As an institution for contemporary art without a collection of its own, the team at KW maintains a high degree of flexibility in creating its programs and addressing its audience. Under the responsibility of director Krist Gruijthuijsen, the current program evolves around the central objective of using the participating artists’ perspective as a starting point, entailing their subjects and points of view as ways to reflect on social and political issues. The institution is thereby conceived as a social space that facilitates contemplation and exchange between different protagonists and cultures, consistently challenging its audience. The building complex includes exhibition halls, apartments, offices, and event spaces, as well as the Café Bravo in the courtyard, that was designed by Dan Graham in 1999. In addition to its internationally renowned exhibition program, KW collaborates on a regular basis with national and international partners, such as MoMA PS1, the Biennale di Venezia and Documenta in Kassel. KW Institute for Contemporary Art is institutionally supported by the Senate Department for Culture and Europe. The program of KW is kindly supported by the KW Freunde e. V.

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Let the 364 days performance begin!
One performance a day to commemorate the events in Bucha.
The Center for Contemporary Art and Science (ŠMMC) is launching a yearlong international artistic social performance series called “Fate of Bucha” to honor the innocent victims of Bucha killings. The event begins on April 4.
The author of the idea and performer is Tomas Lagunavicius who is a multi-disciplinary, mixed-media artist based in Lithuania. His creative work includes visual and performing arts and dates back to 2009. He had organized several personal exhibitions at the Contemporary Art and Science Center and art galleries.
The artist is a member of various art associations, such as Association for Visual Arts (AVA), International Network for Contemporary Performing Arts (IETM), Association of Performing Arts Professionals (APAP), International Association of Visual Artists (IAVA), National Association for the Visual Arts (NAVA), Stage Directors and Choreographers Society (SDC), Association for Latin American Art (ALAA), Visual Artists Association (VVA), Visual Arts Network of South Africa (VANSA), etc.
Tomas Lagūnavičius says, “The aim of the performance is to honor the innocent victims who died during the Russian soldiers’ attacks, to emphasize self-introspection, to think of what should be done differently and how can we prevent this from happening again?
The goal of the performance is not to forget what happened in Bucha.
The fortieth day of the war in Ukraine has begun. Things that happened in Bucha, Ukraine, during the 39 days of the war are incomprehensible. 410 civilians were killed by the Russian invaders and I believe that the numbers will change and the number of victims killed intentionally will be significantly higher. Mass graves, the killing of innocent civilians, robbery, sexual assaults, and much more that we do not even know and cannot even imagine. Russian cruelty has crossed all boundaries.
The killing of civilians in a suburb of the Ukrainian capital, Bucha, was a “deliberate massacre” following the rapid withdrawal of Russian forces from the Kyiv region. Bucha’s mayor, Anatoly Fedoruk, said a mass grave at one church was still open, with hands and feet poking through the red clay heaped on top. This is an obvious genocide of the Ukrainian people. Similar war crimes were committed by N***s (fascists) in Serebryanka. In this case, the Russians surpassed the N***s in their cruelty.
Therefore, The Center for Contemporary Art and Science will dedicate one minute every day throughout the year to the memory of those who were brutally murdered. Each day I will present a one-minute long video of silence showing my paintings.
I invite people from all over the world to join this campaign. Devote 1 minute each day in memory of the victims of Bucha. You can record a video reflecting war crimes in Bucha anywhere. Then send the video via email [email protected].
My artistic goal is to remind people that we remember the victims of Bucha, and we are constantly thinking of how to prevent this from happening again. The daily routine should not push aside atrocities committed during the war.”
A mostra itinerante Leonilson Drawn 1975–1993, abre ao público nesta quinta-feira dia 25 de março, no Serralves, na cidade de Porto, em Portugal.

Trata-se da primeira grande retrospectiva da obra de Leonilson na Europa, que conta com a colaboração da Almeida & Dale em parceria com o Projeto Leonilson e Itaú Cultural e já esteve em Berlim (KW Institute for Contemporary Art) Estocolmo (Moderna Museet) e Malmo (Malmö Konsthall).
Venues of the 12th Berlin Biennale (5/6):

KW Institute for Contemporary Art aims to approach the pressing questions of our times through the production, display, and mediation of contemporary art. Founded during the turbulent period following German reunification in a derelict factory on Berlin’s Auguststraße, KW has established itself as a dynamic venue for progressive art practices. It was also here that the Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art was inaugurated in 1998. Since then, KW has served as an anchor exhibition venue for the Berlin Biennale, which presents artistic projects and mediation programs at diverse venues across the city to contribute new perspectives to contemporary cultural discourse in Berlin and beyond.
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Ausstellungsorte der 12. Berlin Biennale:

Die KW Institute for Contemporary Art widmen sich durch die Produktion, Präsentation und Vermittlung zeitgenössischer Kunst zentralen Fragen der Gegenwart. Vor mehr als 30 Jahren in der turbulenten Nachwendezeit in einem verfallenen Fabrikgebäude in der Auguststraße gegründet, haben sich die KW als lebendiger Ort für progressive künstlerische Praktiken etabliert. Hier wurde auch die Berlin Biennale für zeitgenössische Kunst gegründet und 1998 erstmals ausgerichtet. Seitdem sind die KW Fixpunkt als Ausstellungsort der Berlin Biennale. Zu jeder Ausgabe präsentiert sie hier und an weiteren Orten künstlerische Arbeiten und Programme, die die in der Stadt geführten Diskurse um neue Perspektiven erweitern.
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Image: KW Institute for Contemporary Art © Frank Sperling
✨THANK YOU✨ to the amazing Nadim Samman, our moderator Nina Prader and everyone who joined the inspiring discussion 'Berlin Art Link Presents: Curating Digital Space’ last night at Soho House Berlin!

As part of our monthly series of talks with Berlin-based artists at Soho House Berlin, we address current issues within and discussions about contemporary art that simultaneously reflect our rotating feature topics. We invited Nadim Samman, Curator for Digital Sphere at KW Institute for Contemporary Art, to speak about his recent projects, the rewards and challenges of curating art online, digitizing the art world, and “web-site-specificity.”

Our Editor-in-Chief Alison Hugill spoke to Nadim last year about his online exhibition project ‘The Last Museum’ at KW Institute for Contemporary Art. Read our interview here: https://bit.ly/3pQFlBk
In these times, it seems all the more important to us to organize a Berlin Biennale that takes a stand against colonialism and imperialism, that opens a space of possibility for decolonial strategies and practices under the guidelines of democracy and peace. Last week we announced our exhibition venues.
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In diesen Zeiten erscheint es uns umso wichtiger, eine Berlin Biennale auszurichten, die sich gegen Kolonialismus und Imperialismus in Stellung bringt, die unter den Leitlinien der Demokratie und des Friedens einen Möglichkeitstraum für dekoloniale Strategien und Praxen öffnet. Vergangene Woche haben wir unsere Ausstellungsorte bekanntgegeben.
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Image: Top from left to right: Hamburger Bahnhof – Museum für Gegenwart – Berlin © David von Becker; Dekoloniale Memory Culture in the City © faf.berlin; Stasi Headquarters. Campus for Democracy © BStU/Dronebrothers; bottom from left to right: KW Institute for Contemporary Art, © Frank Sperling; Akademie der Künste, Hanseatenweg © Erik-Jan Ouwerkerk; Akademie der Künste, Pariser Platz © Erik-Jan Ouwerkerk



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🇺🇦🇺🇦🇺🇦CALL FOR ACTION AGAINST THE WAR IN UKRAINE🇺🇦🇺🇦🇺🇦

Dear CAC's partners, artists, colleagues and friends in every country of the world, this is a call for action against the war in Ukraine.

We, the Contemporary Art Centre Vilnius, invite you to:

🇺🇦 Stand in solidarity and publicly express that you stand against war in Ukraine: use the facades of your institutions as well as others that you have access to, their websites, press releases, social media, events, interviews, and whatever other means possible.

🇺🇦 Counter Russian propaganda by following and providing trustworthy information from the leading international information channels like BBC News and CNN. Here in Vilnius we also follow The Kyiv Independent, in Russian: УНІАН - Ukrainian Independent Information Agency of News and Current Time TV .

🇺🇦 Revise your programs and partnerships and cancel your cooperation with Russian institutions and businesses unless they have clearly and openly expressed that they acknowledge the war and stand against it.

🇺🇦 Consider other ways to personally and/or locally support Ukraine, their refugees, and the world’s mutual effort to make this hell stop.

🇺🇦 Reach out to your partners and fellow human beings - in your country and abroad, institutions or businesses, public figures, individuals professionally related or not related to art, politicians and political organizations - to speak up, publicly acknowledge and oppose the war.

🇺🇦 You can help by donating to the Red Cross Червоний Хрест України, Blue / Yellow for Ukraine or other organisations listed here: standforukraine.com. Another list of trusted funds and other initiatives is Razom for Ukraine.

🇺🇦 Please also share and add links to emergency resources for Ukrainian artists and cultural workers (it’s a growing list): https://artistsatrisk.org/2022/02/26/ukraine-emergency-resources-for-artists-and-cultural-workers


So far many important art institutions and professionals, including the Garage Museum of Contemporary Art in Moscow; Kumu Art Museum, Tallinn; Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam; Kiasma, Helsinki; KW Institute for Contemporary Art, Berlin; IKT International Association of Curators of Contemporary Art, La Biennale di Venezia, The East Europe Biennial Alliance, CIMAM, International Council of Museums - ICOM, KUNSTKRITIKK, e-flux, Artnet News have already expressed their solidarity and opposition to war, we need more voices of support.

Copyright-free image of an anonymous graffiti in Vilnius quoting the words by soldiers of Ukraine’s Snake Island, “Russian battleship, go f**k yourself” (there is still a chance that the soldiers are alive but in captivity).

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