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#Repost @galleryweekendberlin・・・#kunstforukraine​OUR SPACE TO HELP​​Berliner Kunstinstitutionen rufen zu einer gemeinsam...
05/03/2022

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​OUR SPACE TO HELP

​Berliner Kunstinstitutionen rufen zu einer gemeinsamen Spendenaktion in der Neuen Nationalgalerie auf – für Menschen, die aus der Ukraine flüchten und in unserer Stadt ankommen.

Das Bündnis sammelt Geldspenden, Power Banks und Mobile Hotspots und kooperiert dabei mit Be an Angel e.V., die sich und ihr Netzwerk für die nachhaltige Integration von Menschen mit Fluchtgeschichte einsetzen.

Der Glaspavillon der Neuen Nationalgalerie wird von Samstag früh 10h rund um die Uhr bis Sonntag Mitternacht ein Ort der Begegnung, eine Mahnwache und Spendenanlaufstelle sein, es wird ein Open Mic geben mit zahlreichen Beiträgen von Künstler*innen, Schauspieler*innen, Musiker*innen.

„Our Space to Help“ wird von einem Verbund von Kunst-Institutionen und deren Verantwortlichen in Berlin unterstützt: Berlin Biennale für zeitgenössische Kunst, Gallery Weekend Berlin, Akademie der Künste, Berlinische Galerie, Brücke Museum, C/O Berlin, Gemäldegalerie, Ifa-Galerie, Kolbe Museum, Kunstbibliothek, Kunsthaus Dahlem, Kupferstichkabinett, KW Institute for Contemporary Art Berlin, Gropius Bau, n.b.k., Palais Populaire, Schinkel Pavillon, Stiftung St. Matthäus, Universität der Künste Berlin, sowie Alte Nationalgalerie, Neue Nationalgalerie, Hamburger Bahnhof – Museum für Gegenwart – Berlin, Freunde der Nationalgalerie


Mit ausdrücklichem Dank an Hermann Parzinger; Stiftung Preußischer Kulturbesitz und Christina Haak, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin.

Die 2 Tage, 2 Nächte Mahnwache, ein Wachen und Bewachen, wurde initiiert von Klaus Biesenbach und in enger Zusammenarbeit mit Anne Imhof und Olafur Eliasson gemeinsam mit den Künstler*innen Studioteams und einer großen Gruppe an Kolleg*innen und Freiwilligen der Neue Nationalgalerie und Stiftung Preußischer Kulturbesitz als offene Einladung an alle Berliner Kunstinstitutionen, Künstler*innen und Bewohner*innen entwickelt.

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Spendenkennwort: #kunst4ukraine
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save the date#JulianCharrière will be included in‘Uncombed, Unforeseen, Unconstrained’ a Collateral Event of the 59th In...
25/02/2022

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#JulianCharrière will be included in

‘Uncombed, Unforeseen, Unconstrained’ a Collateral Event of the 59th International Art Exhibition @labiennale di Venezia 2022 organized by Parasol unit]

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The exhibition introduces eleven international visual artists, whose presentations align with the phenomenon of entropy, or a measure of disorder. Artists Darren Almond, Oliver Beer, Rana Begum with Hyetal, Julian Charrière, David Claerbout, Bharti Kher, Arghavan Khosravi, Teresa Margolles, Si On, Martin Puryear, and Rayyane Tabet have independently identified and poignantly responded to a number of unfavourable phenomena that during the past few decades have increasingly reached a degree of significance in our day-to-day life, environment, and within our social and collective history.

The exhibition will take place at Conservatorio di Musica Benedetto Marcello di Venezia from 23 April - 27 November 2022.

Curated by Ziba Ardalan - Founder, Artistic and Executive Director
Parasol unit foundation for contemporary art.

Image caption: Julian Charrière, And Beneath It All Flows Liquid Fire, 2019. 4K colour film, 16:10, continuous video loop. Dimensions variable. Installation view, Towards No Earthly Pole, Aargauer Kunsthaus, Aarau, Switzerland, 2020 © the artist; VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn, Germany. Photograph by Jens Ziehe.

#BiennaleArte2022 #IlLatteDeiSogni #TheMilkOfDreams #ParasolunitInVenice #UUU #ArghavanKhosravi #BhartiKher #DarrenAlmond #DavidClaerbout #JulianCharrière #MartinPuryear #OliverBeer #RanaBegum #RayyaneTabet #SiOn #TeresaMargolles

22/02/2022

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Christian Hoosen
B–Ware
18.03.2022 – 16.04.2022

Opening MARCH 18, and on view through APRIL 16, DITTRICH & SCHLECHTRIEM is pleased to present B-WARE by CHRISTIAN HOOSEN, featuring an installation of ceramic artworks produced at Hedwig Bollhagen Werkstätten für Keramik, in Marwitz, Brandenburg, Germany.

@christianhoosen #ChristianHoosen @hedwig_bollhagen #HedwigBollhagen #DittrichSchlechtriem

save the dateAndrej DúbravskýThe last Party for Diversity @museumbensheim 8. April - 5. June @andrej_dubravsky #AndrejDu...
21/02/2022

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Andrej Dúbravský
The last Party for Diversity
@museumbensheim
8. April - 5. June

@andrej_dubravsky #AndrejDubravsky #MuseumBensheim #DittrichSchlechtriem

Klaus Jörres auf FluxFM
06/02/2022
Kleine Bilder | Radio Arty

Klaus Jörres auf FluxFM

Klaus Jörres entwickelt seit 2000 Malerei zwischen Digital und Analog. Ausgestellt in der Daimler Art Collection, Pace NY, VeneKlasen Werner.

28/01/2022

private view, Klaus Jörres Kleine Bilder

"The pictures are based on grid structures, which for me, represent a basic form of painting. I was only using black and white for like eight years, and then in 2017, I started adding color, which had to do with a stay in Los Angeles and Mexico City, where I discovered and totally enjoyed the different light situations in this area. That changed my perception and my work quite a bit.

This exhibition now puts more value on the digital, as I also started working with NFTs. It's very close to what you're doing on the computer. Actually, you're not working on an object. It's kind of a non-object."

Excerpt from Private View. Klaus Jörres speaks on his solo show Kleine Bilder, exhibiting at the gallery through March 5, 2022

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Video: @mona__productions

save the dateDITTRICH & SCHLECHTRIEM is pleased to present the painter #KlausJörres’s fourth solo show at the gallery. T...
10/01/2022

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DITTRICH & SCHLECHTRIEM is pleased to present the painter #KlausJörres’s fourth solo show at the gallery. Titled Kleine Bilder, it opens on January 21, 2022, and will be on view through March 5.

In the practice he has built over twenty years, Jörres creates large-format acrylic paintings based on renderings and drafts exported from secondhand Mac computers, manipulating the basic visual structure of modern design, the grid.

With Kleine Bilder, Small Pictures, the artist no longer transfers his “digital drafts” to the canvas by hand, instead generating a series of small-format 30-by-40-cm C-prints directly on photographic paper, framed and face-mounted to frosted acrylic glass. The cybernetic color palette and structured compositions develop images oscillating between techie disruption and classic abstraction. The acrylic front’s subtle milky thickness, not unlike the surface of oil paintings, further abstracts the linear language of rotations, overlays, repetitions, and cutouts.

Considering the long-suppressed but currently rapid rise of digital art, there exists a need for digital works of art in physical form. In this context, Jörres conceives of his Small Pictures as a tangible format that nonetheless responds to the basic ideas behind NFTs, for example, and the demands of a new kind of art market characterized by increased participation and a growing group of collectors.

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19/12/2021

For our 2021 holiday card, the artist Andreas Greiner creates a digital winter scene based on the endangered forests of the Harz region in Germany. Here, nature is not recorded by human senses, but rather through the Deep-Learning Algorithm and Artificial Intelligence trained with over ten thousand pictures taken by the artist. Lost in the Woods_0010 aims to extend the “human gaze” on nature by employing AI and its new prominence in our radically changing world.

Andreas Greiner, Lost in the Woods_0010, 2021, video from AI-generated sequence of forest images, © Andreas Greiner, VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2021

@andreas.greiner.berlin #DittrichSchlechtriem

❤️ happy holidays ❤️For our 2021 holiday card, the artist Andreas Greiner creates a digital winter scene based on the en...
19/12/2021

❤️ happy holidays ❤️

For our 2021 holiday card, the artist Andreas Greiner creates a digital winter scene based on the endangered forests of the Harz region in Germany. Here, nature is not recorded by human senses, but rather through the Deep-Learning Algorithm and Artificial Intelligence trained with over ten thousand pictures taken by the artist. Lost in the Woods_0010 aims to extend the “human gaze” on nature by employing AI and its new prominence in our radically changing world.

The gallery will pause for winter break from 18. December 2021 to 17. January 2022. We will be available on occasion and by appointment only. On Friday, 21. January 2022, we will open with a new solo show of Klaus Jörres, titled Kleine Bilder, on the topics of digital output and valuation.

Image, Andreas Greiner, Lost in the Woods_0010, 2021, video still from AI-generated sequence of forest images, © Andreas Greiner, VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2021

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__We asked #AndreasGreiner to create our annual holiday card and he made an edition as well together with #MaximilianSch...
15/12/2021

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We asked #AndreasGreiner to create our annual holiday card and he made an edition as well together with #MaximilianSchall

This rolling pin is made from a maple tree which has been attacked and destroyed by bark beetles. Feeding through the bark layers of trees, the bark beetles leave behind engravings in the wood - tracks that serve them through all their life circles, from birth to reproduction.

The immense propagation of the bark beetle represents one of the most urgent current environmental issues in Germany. The Harz region in particular is suffering an unstoppable forest decay. Due to increasing temperatures, lack of hydration, and the general weakness of monocultural commercial forests, the trees are no longer resilient against this insect.

The tree that was both witness and victim of the aforementioned proliferation provided the wood for the rolling pin - a common and yet festive household object.

ANDREAS GREINER AND MAXIMILIAN SCHALL
Codes of Multiplication
2021
Rolling pin made of maple tree wood attacked by maple bark beetle
6.5 x 44 x 6.5 cm / 2 ½ x 17 1/3 x 2 ½ in
Edition of 4 + 2 AP

@andreas.greiner.berlin #DittrichSchlechtriem

11/12/2021

private view

„The polar regions are this magnifying glass, which magnifies the present, magnifies climate disturbance, magnifies all the effects of climate change. And so I realized that I was standing on an oracle, that I could ask about the past, which was under my feet, but also ask about the present in order to foresee the future. And I think that’s what polar scientists have been doing for the last 70 years. They have been asking the oracle of the far north in order to answer the questions of the future. And they got some answers, and they give us these answers, but we never listen to them.“

- #JulianCharrière, on his solo exhibition Weight of Shadows, now on view at the @centrepompidou through 3. January 2022.

Please enjoy the full exhibition video with interview and additional commentary from Charrière. An exhibition catalog featuring his presentation at Centre Pompidou and his solo show in Berlin, titled Soothsayers, is available at the gallery and on our webshop.

@julian.charriere #CentrePompidou #PrixMarcelDuchamp #ADIAF #DittrichSchlechtriem

Video: @jo.foerster

08/12/2021
Adriano Sack meets Julian Charrière

15 min

DITTRICH & SCHLECHTRIEM is pleased to present the most recent episode of Fifteen Minutes, in which #AdrianoSack meets with #JulianCharrière on the final days of his solo show Soothsayers, exhibited at the gallery from September through the first week of December 2021. Reclining on coal pillows in the geological light matrix of Charrière's artwork Vertigo, the two wander through shared observations of waking dreams, James Bond, the midnight zone, Sicilian wine, and talking volcanoes.

@julian.charriere @adrianosack #DittrichSchlechtriem

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Klaus Jörres walks us through his fourth solo exhibition at DITTRICH & SCHLECHTRIEM in Berlin, titled ‘Kleine Bilder’ (‘Small Pictures’). Throughout his practice, the artist has been creating paintings based on renderings and drafts exported from used Mac computers, manipulating the basic visual structure of the grid. With ‘Kleine Bilder,’ he no longer transfers his digital drafts to the canvas and instead generates small-format C-prints directly on photographic paper, framed and face-mounted to frosted acrylic glass. Video by MONA | Produced by Monica Salazar | Filmed and edited by Peter Cairns
See some new art this weekend at Tanya Leighton Gallery, DITTRICH & SCHLECHTRIEM, ACUD MACHT NEU, Schinkel Pavillon, EIGEN + ART Lab and other places in Berlin. For the full list of our weekly highlights, hit the link below:
If you’re planning to visit some art events in Berlin this week, be sure to scroll through our highlights, which include exhibitions and performances at Sophiensaele, Kunstquartier Bethanien, GNYP Gallery, DITTRICH & SCHLECHTRIEM and other art venues:
🔚 Derniers jours | Exposition du 21ème #PrixMarcelDuchamp au Centre Pompidou ••• ► Julian Charrière ••• La pratique de Charrière se situe à la croisée de l'art et des sciences environnementales, soulignant les tensions qui animent le rapport entre l'être humain et son écosystème. Son projet "Le Poids des Ombres" explore les liens qu'entretiennent les différentes formes du cycle du carbone avec la crise écologique actuelle. L'artiste rompt symboliquement un cycle d'exploitation de nos ressources, qu'il libère de toute valeur productive dans un geste réconciliateur. ••• ➡️ Jusqu'au 3 janvier 2022 📸 Production © CLAD / The Farm ADIAF DITTRICH & SCHLECHTRIEM Sean Kelly Gallery Sies + Höke Galerie Galerie Tschudi
J-1️⃣ : annonce du lauréat du #PrixMarcelDuchamp 2021 demain en live du Centre Pompidou ! ► Pour le Prix, Julian Charrière met le carbone au centre de son projet. Charbon, bulles de CO2 libérées par la fonte des glaces, diamants des têtes de forage pétrolières... De la terre au ciel, l'artiste explore la mémoire et les transformations de l'élément. ► Isabelle Cornaro déploie à l’occasion du Prix un ensemble d’œuvres dans lequel l’image se fait et se défait, laissant place à un investissement sensoriel et critique, questionnant les liens affectifs ambigus que nous entretenons avec les biens issus de l'industrie de masse. ► Dans un téléscopage de formes et de sons évoquant notre environnement contemporain et l’histoire coloniale qui le structure, le projet de Julien Creuzet pour le Prix met en avant la figure de Jacques Coursil, trompettiste, sémioticien et philosophe des mathématiques. ► À l’occasion du Prix, Lili Reynaud Dewar présente son projet "Rome, 1er et 2 Novembre 1975", initié en tant que pensionnaire à la Villa Medicis. Questionnant le rôle social et politique de l'art, il revient sur les derniers jours de Pier Paolo Pasolini, cinéaste, écrivain. 📸 © Centre Pompidou , 2021. Photos Bertrand Prévost DITTRICH & SCHLECHTRIEM Sean Kelly Gallery Sies + Höke Galerie Galerie Tschudi Balice Hertling Galerie Francesca Pia Hannah Hoffman Gallery Fundacja Galerii Foksal / Foksal Gallery Foundation HIGH ART DOCUMENT Clearing Gallery Galerie Emanuel Layr
🇫🇷 #PrixMarcelDuchamp 2021 | Exposition des artistes nommés au Centre Pompidou : Julian Charrière, Isabelle Cornaro, Julien Creuzet, Lili Reynaud-Dewar. 🔎 https://thefarm.paris/prix-marcel-duchamp-2021/ ► Pour le Prix, Julian Charrière met le carbone au centre de son projet. Charbon, bulles de CO2 libérées par la fonte des glaces, diamants des têtes de forage pétrolières... De la terre au ciel, l'artiste explore la mémoire et les transformations de l'élément. ► À travers l’installation, la peinture, la vidéo et le film, Isabelle Cornaro déploie à l’occasion du Prix un ensemble d’œuvres dans lequel l’image se fait et se défait, laissant place à un investissement sensoriel et critique. ► Dans un téléscopage de formes et de sons évoquant notre environnement contemporain et l’histoire coloniale qui le structure, le projet de Julien Creuzet pour le Prix met en avant la figure de Jacques Coursil, trompettiste, sémioticien et philosophe des mathématiques ► À l’occasion du Prix, Lili Reynaud Dewar présente son projet "Rome, 1er et 2 Novembre 1975", initié en tant que pensionnaire à la Villa Medicis. Il revient sur les derniers jours de Pier Paolo Pasolini, cinéaste, écrivain. • 6 octobre 2021 – 3 janvier 2022 | Curateur : Philippe Bettinelli • Annonce du lauréat le 18 octobre en live du Centre Pompidou • © Centre Pompidou, 2021. Photos Jean-Michel Sicot / Bertrand Prévost ADIAF #PrixMarcelDuchamp2021 #JulianCharrière DITTRICH & SCHLECHTRIEM Sean Kelly Gallery Sies + Höke Galerie Galerie Tschudi #IsabelleCornaro Balice Hertling Francesca Pia Hannah Hoffman Gallery Fundacja Galerii Foksal / Foksal Gallery Foundation #JulienCreuzet HIGH ART DOCUMENT #LiliReynaudDewar Clearing Gallery Galerie Emanuel Layr
[Les artistes nommés] #PrixMarcelDuchamp 2021 ► Julian Charrière Né en 1987 à Morges en Suisse Artiste français - Vit et travaille à Berlin Représenté par les galeries DITTRICH & SCHLECHTRIEM, Berlin ; Sean Kelly Gallery, New-York ; Sies + Höke Galerie, Dusseldorf ; Galerie Tschudi, Zuoz À travers l’installation, la photographie, la performance ou la vidéo, l’œuvre de Julian Charrière explore les relations qu’entretiennent, à l’heure de l’Anthropocène, nos sociétés contemporaines avec leur écosystème. ➡️ 5 octobre : exposition collective des 4 artistes nommés au Centre Pompidou. ➡️ 18 octobre : annonce du lauréat en live du Centre Pompidou. #JulianCharrière #ADIAF #PrixMarcelDuchamp2021
We recently filmed a conversation between journalist and photographer Frédéric Helmut Johannes Schwilden and artist Andreas Greiner, as part of DITTRICH & SCHLECHTRIEM 15-minutes video series. During their conversation in Berlin’s Grunewald forest, they discuss their mutual interest in nature as both a political and historical vector, as well as a site for contemplation and inspiration. Video by Mona | Produced by Monica Salazar | Filmed & Edited by Peter Cairns
In this video produced forDITTRICH & SCHLECHTRIEM, Simon Mullan walks through his exhibition ‘Spacers,’ his third solo show at the gallery. He speaks about the works on display and their significance in relation to his current studio space and its history as the site of the Baustoffe Stolpe GmBH. Video by MONA | Produced by Monica Salazar | Filmed and edited by Peter Cairns
Our list of must-see events this week includes exhibitions at Berghain / Panorama Bar, transmediale - festival for art and digital culture berlin, DITTRICH & SCHLECHTRIEM, carlier | gebauer, Momentum Worldwide, and other places in Berlin. Discover more here:
Simon Mullan's exhibition 'Spacers' opened yesterday at DITTRICH & SCHLECHTRIEM. Watch the video with Mullan and Petra Maria Singh discussing the show and the artist's practice.
Check out the latest video in DITTRICH & SCHLECHTRIEM ’s “15 Minutes” series, produced and filmed by MONA. On the occasion of his solo exhibition ‘SPACERS’ at Dittrich & Schlechtriem, artist Simon Mullan spoke to founder of Equator Production, Petra Maria Singh, about his practice and the concepts behind the works in show. The exhibition consists of a construction of 58 wall-mounted hand-carved stone crosses, specifically sized and spaced on the four walls of the room. The grids and the negative spaces they define are an enlarged representation of standard-issue bathroom tiles. Other works in the show include found objects from the site of the former Baustoffe Stolpe (now the artist’s studio), as well as a video piece.