Berliner Künstlerprogramm des DAAD

Berliner Künstlerprogramm des DAAD The Berliner Künstlerprogramm – DAAD Artists-in-Berlin Program – is one of the most renowned international programs offering grants to artists in the fields of visual arts, literature, music and film.
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Since 1963, some 20 grants are awarded to international artists for an approximately one year stay in Berlin. The names of over 1.000 former guests impressively underscore the quality of the program. In its almost 50 years of existence, it has made a significant contribution to the international representation of contemporary arts in Berlin. From the very beginning, the Berliner Künstlerprogramm has defined itself as a forum of artistic dialogue which extends beyond cultural, geographical and, certainly, beyond political borders. This forum is effective and vigorous not only through the work and presence of the artists living in the city, but also through the approximately 100 events a year which the Berliner Künstlerprogramm hosts in conjunction with its guests in Berlin and other cities, and not least, by the international juries of experts in the four sections who decide upon the invitations to be issued. In this way, standpoints of the international artistic avant-garde are mediated, not only in Berlin, stimulating both aesthetic and political discourse. In Berlin, the center of activities is the daadgalerie on Oranienstrasse.

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„Wie erzeugst du dieses Gefühl eines Zusammenspiels, das deine Arbeit so sehr auszeichnet, und wie wägst du zwischen äst...
23/09/2020

„Wie erzeugst du dieses Gefühl eines Zusammenspiels, das deine Arbeit so sehr auszeichnet, und wie wägst du zwischen ästhetischen und politischen Ansprüchen ab?“ —Eva Kernbauer (Die Angewandte) im KUNSTFORUM International-Gespräch mit Wendelien van Oldenborgh, 2014 Stipendiatin des Berliner Künstlerprogramm des DAAD. Van Oldenborgh gestaltete den niederländischen Beitrag auf der 57. Biennale von Venedig 2017.
https://www.kunstforum.de/artikel/wendelien-van-oldenborgh/

Fragments of the different lives that came together on what is today known as the Museo de la Solidaridad Salvador Allen...
23/09/2020

Fragments of the different lives that came together on what is today known as the Museo de la Solidaridad Salvador Allende (MSSA) [Museum of Solidarity Salvador Allende] have passed through the city of Berlin on at least three separate occasions. These include the artists who made the folder of prints „El pueblo tine arte con Allende“ [The People Have Art with Allende] that circulated in Berlin after being reprinted by Fabrik K14 (Oberhausen) in 1974 and the works by Latin American artists exhibited in „Künstler aus Lateinamerika“ [Artists from Latin America] at daadgalerie in 1982. Now material from both instances come together with selected works from the collection of the MSSA to form part of the presentation of the Museo de la Solidaridad Salvador Allende at the 11th Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art. „Museo de la Solidaridad Salvador Allende in Berlin. 1974 1982 2020“ is available for free at all venues.

https://11.berlinbiennale.de/de/publikationen

#daadgalerie #berlinbiennale11 #museodelasolidaridadsalvadorallende #mssachile

Photo: Berlin Biennale

Since 2014, TEOR/éTica has been awarding the “Catalyst Grant.” The objective of this grant is to support artistic organi...
22/09/2020
Beca Catalizadora 2020 - TEOR/ética

Since 2014, TEOR/éTica has been awarding the “Catalyst Grant.” The objective of this grant is to support artistic organizations and collectives that have an important role in the transformation of the Central American and Caribbean cultural landscape, both on a local and international level.

In 2020, with the support of DAAD Artists-in-Berlin Program and funds from the Federal Foreign Office TEOR/éTica will award up to three grants, with the aim of continuing to support independent spaces and artistic organizations in Central America and the Caribbean archipelago. These have been dramatically affected by the social and economic consequences associated with the COVID-19 pandemic.

http://teoretica.org/2020/09/21/beca-catalizadora-2020/

Desde el 2014, TEOR/éTica viene entregando la Beca Catalizadora. El objetivo de esta beca es potenciar organizaciones y colectivos artísticos que están teniendo un papel importante en la transformación del paisaje cultural de la región Centroamericana y del Caribe, tanto a escala local como int...

For four years during the mid-aughts, photographer, video and film artist Ieva Epnere (b. 1977)  immersed herself in the...
21/09/2020

For four years during the mid-aughts, photographer, video and film artist Ieva Epnere (b. 1977) immersed herself in the life of the Riga Circus - a type of traditional circus that cherishes the respectful use of animals, operating on a circus-family model (skills are passed down through generations to produce family units that travel and live on the road), and the big top tent (the landmark interior of one of the oldest circus structures, built for this purpose in Europe since 1888) as a performance space.

This publication, that was developed during Ieva Epnere’s fellowship with the Artists-in-Berlin Program of the DAAD in 2019/2020, symbolically marks four stages of her single, larger work. Fine-tuned digital colour shots, a collection of black-and-white 35 mm film prints showing action at the Riga Circus, followed by a burst of colour shots and black and white photos taken on a film camera, to end with a set of intimate black-and-white portraits of the performers. Whereas the conversion of circus into text might to some degree be a violation of the true nature of its subject, Ieva Epnere’s book – with the help of elephants, clowns, all the “freakery,” and her kaleidoscopic peek into the machinery that makes performances in the arena possible – itself stands as an adventurous act of reinvention.

Publication edited by: Berliner Künstlerprogramm des DAAD, Ieva Epnere, Zane Onckule
With Texts by: Ieva Epnere, Tom McCarthy, Zane Onckule, Anita Vanaga
Published by: BOM DIA BOA TARDE BOA NOITE
https://bomdiabooks.de/product/rigas-cirks-riga-circus/
Photo credit: Cover, Ieva Epnere, Rīgas Cirks / Riga Circus

#BerlinBiennale/#daadgalerie: Using speculative fiction, a variety of performance dynamics, and technological elements o...
19/09/2020

#BerlinBiennale/#daadgalerie: Using speculative fiction, a variety of performance dynamics, and technological elements of cuir (rather than queer), pop, and kitsch culture, Naomi Rincón Gallardo creates fables based on Mesoamerican cosmologies and decolonial feminisms. In Resiliencia Tlacuache [Tlacuache Resilience, 2019], Cerro (Spanish for “hill”), Tlacuache (Nahuatl for “opossum”), Lady 9 (a Mixtec cave deity), and Mayahuel (the Aztec goddess of the maguey plant), four characters from different narratives of origin and times come together in the present to evoke the power of fire and joy in the fight against modern extractivism.

11.berlinbiennale.de
Berlin Biennale

Naomi Rincón Gallardo, Resiliencia Tlacuache[Opossum Resilience], 2019
HD video, color, sound, 1601
Installation view, 11th Berlin Biennale, daadgalerie, 5.9.–1.11.2020
Courtesy Naomi Rincón Gallardo
Photo: Silke Briel

„Berlin ist viele“: Gespräch in der Berliner Zeitung mit Samanta Schweblin über Berlin und die Bedeutung erster Sätze. D...
17/09/2020
Samanta Schweblin: Berlin ist viele

„Berlin ist viele“: Gespräch in der Berliner Zeitung mit Samanta Schweblin über Berlin und die Bedeutung erster Sätze. Die argentinische Schriftstellerin lebt seit ihrem Stipendiat 2012 beim Berliner Künstlerprogramm des DAAD in Berlin.
https://www.berliner-zeitung.de/kultur-vergnuegen/interview-samantha-schweblin-new-yorker-buch-li.103975

Ihre Bücher sind in 25 Ländern erschienen, die Zeitschrift New Yorker feierte sie als Genie. Ein Gespräch mit der argentinischen Schriftstellerin Samanta Schweblin über Berlin und die Bedeutung erster Sätze.

This week, The New Yorker will be announcing the longlists for the 2020 #NationalBookAward. Among the ten contenders in ...
17/09/2020
The 2020 National Book Awards Longlist: Translated Literature

This week, The New Yorker will be announcing the longlists for the 2020 #NationalBookAward. Among the ten contenders in the category of Young People’s Literature: Jonas Hassen Khemiri, guest of the DAAD Artists-in-Berlin program in 2009, with “The Family Clause”.

The ten books being considered for the award are all works of fiction, originally published in eight different languages.

In “The Dream of Tibet“, Iranian novelist Fariba Vafi tells of the desire for freedom and self-determination. In an inte...
17/09/2020

In “The Dream of Tibet“, Iranian novelist Fariba Vafi tells of the desire for freedom and self-determination. In an interview with Georg Dotzauer (Tagesspiegel) she examines her writing activities in the Iranian context. A reading and discussion will take place on September 18 in Farsi and German.
- Sep 17, 6pm, Silent Green, internationales literaturfestival berlin

Faribā Vafi was born in Tabriz, the capital of the Iranian province of East Azerbaijan, in 1963. She is considered one of Iran’s leading and most popular writers. With her minimalistic, poetically rich descriptions of ordinary sadness and inner conflict, she offers Western readers glimpses inside the Middle East that are far from stereotypical.

Vafi has been awarded the Hooshang Golshiri, Yalda, and Mehregan, Adab prizes as well as the Isfahan Literary Award. In 2017, she was awarded the newly founded Ahmad Mahmoud Prize and the LiBeraturpreis of the Frankfurter Buchmesse. Vafi lives in Tehran. She is a 2020 guest of the DAAD Artists-in-Berlin program.

https://www.literaturfestival.com/festival-en/programm-en/2020/ldw/fariba-vafi-dream-of-tibet

Congratulations to Rineke Dijkstra on being granted the 2020 Johannes Vermeer Award! Dijkstra was awarded for her unique...
16/09/2020

Congratulations to Rineke Dijkstra on being granted the 2020 Johannes Vermeer Award! Dijkstra was awarded for her unique contribution to photography and portraiture, promoting the international prestige of Dutch visual arts. The jury declared: "This work is for eternity. Few artists have been given the talent to create these types of images.“

The presentation ceremony will take place on Thursday, 29 October 2020 in the Ridderzaal in The Hague.
Rineke Dijkstra was a DAAD Artists-in Berlin program fellow in 1998.

https://www.johannesvermeerprijs.nl/jvp.php?lang=en
Rineke Dijkstra, photo © Dana Lixenberg

Wunderbarer Artikel im Missy Magazine über Queer Ear Mastering, das Mastering Studio der aktuellen Berliner Künstlerprog...
16/09/2020

Wunderbarer Artikel im Missy Magazine über Queer Ear Mastering, das Mastering Studio der aktuellen Berliner Künstlerprogramm des DAAD-Fellow Tara Transitory aka One Man Nation

So here it is.

#QueeringTheFrequencies
#DecolonizingTheEar

Laura Aha interviews Queer Ear Mastering for Missy Magazine Oct/Nov 2020.

Wonderful photos by Irma Fadhila (@cadudasa - hire them please)

@queerearmastering @missymagazine @laura_joaha #queerearmastering #interview #missymagazine #lgbtiq #flint #qtbipoc #femalemasteringengineer #masteringengineer #masteringstudio #berlin

Tate ´s #WorkoftheWeek is a work of optical art by Bridget Riley. Riley began painting figure subjects in a semi-impress...
16/09/2020

Tate ´s #WorkoftheWeek is a work of optical art by Bridget Riley. Riley began painting figure subjects in a semi-impressionist manner, then changed to pointillism around 1958, mainly producing landscapes. In 1960 she evolved a style in which she explored the dynamic potentialities of optical phenomena. These so-called 'Op-art' pieces produce a disorienting physical effect on the eye. In 1971 she was a guest of the DAAD Artists-in-Berlin program.

Work of the Week is this piece of optical art by Bridget Riley, which uses geometric shapes and colour to explore the nature of perception. Riley made this work after a trip to Egypt in 1979, which led her to intensify the colours in her painting, inspired by ancient Egyptian tomb paintings and the local landscape.

📏 Bridget Riley, Achæan, 1981 © Bridget Riley 2020. All rights reserved. On free display at Tate Britain. https://bit.ly/32iAr4H

Am Wochenende hat die Staatsoper Unter den Linden ihren Betrieb wieder aufgenommen. Im alten Orchesterprobensaal wurde "...
16/09/2020

Am Wochenende hat die Staatsoper Unter den Linden ihren Betrieb wieder aufgenommen. Im alten Orchesterprobensaal wurde "Walk the Walk" uraufgeführt - eine Performance von Simon Steen-Andersen und dem Ensemble This - Ensemble That. 3sat kulturzeit hat den dänischen Künstler und Komponisten, der 2010 Stipendiat des Berliner Künstlerprogramm des DAAD war, bei den Proben getroffen.
https://www.zdf.de/kultur/kulturzeit/sendung-vom-15-september-2020-102.html (ab Min 30:00)
Credits: Gianmarco Bresadola / Staatsoper Unter den Linden

16.9., 21 Uhr, Silent Green, internationales literaturfestival berlin: In Jacek Dehnels Roman „But with Our Dead Ones“ k...
15/09/2020

16.9., 21 Uhr, Silent Green, internationales literaturfestival berlin: In Jacek Dehnels Roman „But with Our Dead Ones“ kriechen im Frühling in Krakau Zombies hervor. Da sie zunächst keinerlei aggressives Verhalten zeigen, werden sie bald zur Attraktion. Eine Geschichte über den Hass auf alles Fremde, mit schwarzem Humor erzählt. Dehnels Lesung und Gespräch mit Tulsi Bhambry finden am 16. September auf Polnisch statt und wird konsekutiv auf Deutsch übersetzt. Jacek Dehnels ist aktuell Gast des Berliner Künstlerprogramms.
https://www.literaturfestival.com/autoren/autoren-2020/Jacek-Dehnel

Heute, 15.9., 18 Uhr, Silent Green, internationales literaturfestival berlin: 415 Millionen Kinder wachsen aktuell in Kr...
15/09/2020

Heute, 15.9., 18 Uhr, Silent Green, internationales literaturfestival berlin: 415 Millionen Kinder wachsen aktuell in Kriegsgebieten auf. Anlässlich des 100. Jubiläums der Kinderrechtsorganisation »Save the Children« ist ein Band entstanden, der in Porträtaufnahmen und Essays die Kriegserfahrungen von elf Menschen reflektiert, die eine Kindheit im Krieg erlebt haben. Der u.a. mit dem World Press Photo Award ausgezeichnete Fotograf Dominic Nahr stellt das Projekt im Gespräch mit Martina Dase von ›Save the Children‹ und dem Schriftsteller Amir Hassan Cheheltan vor. Amir Hassan Cheheltan, 2009 Gast des Berliner Künstlerprogramms, wird per Video zugeschaltet.
Foto: (c) Amir Hassan Cheheltan
https://www.literaturfestival.com/festival/programm/2020/Reflections/ich-lebe-kindheit-im-krieg

The New Yorker: „Svetlana Alexievich Is Not Going Anywhere“. The Nobel Prize winner – guest of the DAAD Artists-in-Berli...
12/09/2020
Svetlana Alexievich Is Not Going Anywhere

The New Yorker: „Svetlana Alexievich Is Not Going Anywhere“. The Nobel Prize winner – guest of the DAAD Artists-in-Berlin program in 2011 – “seeks to represent the will of protesters in Belarus, despite intimidation by Alexander Lukashenka’s regime”.
https://www.newyorker.com/news/our-columnists/svetlana-alexievich-is-not-going-anywhere-belarus

The Nobel Prize winner seeks to represent the will of protesters in Belarus, despite intimidation by Alexander Lukashenka’s regime.

Solidarität in der Corona-Pandemie: Auf Initiative des Auswärtiges Amt und des Goethe-Institut wurde im Sommer 2020 ein ...
12/09/2020
Berliner Künstlerprogramm

Solidarität in der Corona-Pandemie: Auf Initiative des Auswärtiges Amt und des Goethe-Institut wurde im Sommer 2020 ein Internationaler Hilfsfonds eingerichtet, um Organisationen aus Kultur und Bildung im Ausland schnell in der Corona-Pandemie zu unterstützen. Das Berliner Künstlerprogramm des DAAD beteiligt sich an diesem Konsortium und fördert zwölf Kulturprojekte, die unter 44 eingereichten Projektvorhaben ausgewählt wurden.

Dank dieses Förderprogramms können folgende Organisationen zwischen September und Dezember 2020 ihre Infrastruktur erhalten bzw. neue pandemie-kompatible Formate entwickeln:

aflamuna // أفلامنا, Streaming-Plattform des Filmemacherkollektivs Beirut DC, Libanon

Associaçao de Pesquisa e Práticas em Humanidades (APPH), interdisziplinäre Bildungseinrichtung in Porto Alegre, Brasilien
Archivo de la Memoria Trans Argentina, Archiv für Transgender-Geschichte, Buenos Aires, Argentinien

DAUPARÁ - Muestra de Cine y Video Indígena en Colombia, Filmarchiv des Festivals für indigenes Kino, Bogotá, Kolumbien

Электромузей, Medienkunst-Galerie, Moskau, Russland

Malaysia Design Archive, Archiv für visuelle Kultur Malaysiens ab 1957, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Mowa Art Fields, Jugendtheater und Bildungsprojekte, Südafrika

Museo del Puerto de Ingeniero White, Museum der Hafenstadt, Bahía Blanca, Argentinien

Sagrada Mercancía, Projektraum für zeitgenössische Kunst, Santiago de Chile, Chile

Soma México, Künstlerinitiative, Residenzprogramm und Bildungseinrichtung, Mexiko DF, Mexiko

Studio Klampisan, Performance-Kollektiv, Banyuwangi, Indonesien

TEOR/éTica, Kunstförderstiftung, Stipendienprogramm für zentralamerikanische Kulturschaffende, San José, Costa Rica

Mehr Informationen: http://www.berliner-kuenstlerprogramm.de/de/news.php?news=1

From September 5th until November 1st the 11th Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art is a guest at the daadgalerie. This ...
11/09/2020

From September 5th until November 1st the 11th Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art is a guest at the daadgalerie. This year's Berlin Biennale presents the epilogue of its manifold activities, which have been taking place in Berlin since September 2019, under the title "The Crack Begins Within" at four exhibition venues spread across the city:
KW Institute for Contemporary Art, #daadgalerie, Gropius Bau and ExRotaprint.

The presentation at the daadgalerie brings together works by Edgar Calel, Francisco Copello, FCNN – Feminist Collective With No Name (Dina El Kaisy Friemuth/Anita Beikpour) mit Neda Sanai, Andrés Fernández, Delaine Le Bas, Dana Michel und Tracy Maurice, Naomi Rincón Gallardo, Solvognen (The Sun Chariot) Theater Group, and a work developed especially for the exhibition by a current fellow of the DAAD Artists-in-Berlin Program Osías Yanov.

The total number of visitors in the exhibition spaces is limited, please book your tickets with a time slot.

The DAAD Artists-in-Berlin Program is a cooperation partner of the 11th Berlin Biennale and has supported the production of the work „Servicio de Escuchasión“ [Listening Service] by Osías Yanov and Sirenes Errantes.

KW Institute for Contemporary Art
Auguststraße 69, 10117 Berlin
Wed–Mon 11 am–7 pm, Thu 11 am–9 pm, Tue closed

daadgalerie
Oranienstraße 161, 10969 Berlin
Wed–Mon 11 am–7 pm, Tue closed
Free entrance

Gropius Bau
Niederkirchnerstraße 7, 10963 Berlin
Wed–Mon 10 am–7 pm, Thu 10 am–9 pm, Tue closed

11. Berlin Biennale c/o ExRotaprint
Bornemannstraße 9, 13357 Berlin
Wed–Mon 11 am–7 pm, Tue closed

https://11.berlinbiennale.de

Credit:
Delaine Le Bas, St Sara Kali George, 2020
Mixed media
Installation view, 11th Berlin Biennale, daadgalerie, 5.9.–1.11.2020
Courtesy Delaine Le Bas; Yamamoto Keiko Rochaix, London
Photo: Silke Briel

Yesterday Mario Vargas Llosa opened the 20th edition of the internationales literaturfestival berlin. Today Bundespräsid...
10/09/2020

Yesterday Mario Vargas Llosa opened the 20th edition of the internationales literaturfestival berlin. Today Bundespräsident Frank-Walter Steinmeier and Vargas Llosa reflect upon Corona as a challenge for liberal democracies at the Kammermusiksaal. This event will be streamed.

Vargas Llosa was president of the international PEN and is a member of the Reál Academía Española. He also holds several honorary doctorate degrees (including from the @Humboldt University in Berlin). Mario Vargas Llosa was awarded the #NobelPrize for Literature in 2010. Further distinctions include the Premio Cervantes, the Peace Prize of the German Book Trade, the National Book Critics Circle Award, the Premio Ortega y Gasset, and the PEN/Nabokov Award. In 1997 he was a guest of the Berliner Künstlerprogramm des DAAD.

Photo: Ali Ghandtschi

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Oranienstrasse 161 Daadgalerie
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Applications are only possible for literature, film and music. In the visual artists one cannot apply, here an international jury nominates and selects artists for the invitations. You can find the application form here: http://www.berliner-kuenstlerprogramm.de/de/formular.pdf

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