Yesterday I went to see the new solo exhibition in Künstlerhaus Bethanien‘s Kottbusser Strasse showroom: Maki Na Kamura, the winner of this year’s Falkenrot Preis award. Different landscapes and cityscapes all folded together onto a single canvas, that was my impression of her paintings – full of details and yet open to interpretation; interesting and complex. Go and see it!
This Friday, 22nd November, Whiteconcepts gallery in Auguststrasse will open a new group exhibition: “Art With Money”. I’ve never been to Whiteconcepts so this is a good opportunity to finally visit the gallery. Also, Spanish artist duo PSJM (I interviewed them for globe-M last year) will be exhibiting there. The vernissage begins at 7pm.
“Tarantel 2”, the new exhibition at Künstlerhaus Bethanien, brings together four international photographers – Elin Høyland from Norway, Vadim Gushchin and Lucia Ganieva from Russia and Thomas Sandberg from Germany. Four very different sujets but equally fascinating; highly recommended. The exhibition is running until 4th August 2013 and entry is free. Check out www.bethanien.de/en/exhibitions/tarantel-2. And here is the globe-M article: Der Biss der Spinne.
Künstlerhaus Bethanien is opening a new exhibition on 24th May 2013 which showcases the works of over 50 Berlin-based artists born between 1978 and 1984. Berlin.Status  takes a look at contemporary creative and artistic tendencies in the city – it’s a kind of follow-up exhibition to a similar show Bethanien organised last year, hence the  in the exhibition name. Continue reading
Künstlerhaus Bethanien in Kreuzberg is a very exciting arts space and they’ll be opening a new exhibition next week: five of the grantees of the International Studio Programme (an artist-in-residence programme) are showing their works: Gerry Bibby from Australia, Michael Lee from Singapore, Erina Matsui from Japan, Jasper Sebastian Stürup from Denmark and Marie Zolamian from Belgium. The vernissage takes place on Thursday, 28th February 2013 from 7 to 10 pm. The exhibition will run until 24th March 2013: exhibition website
This Friday, 18th January 2013, four new exhibitions are starting at Künstlerhaus Bethanien (Kottbusser Strasse 10 in Kreuzberg) – Joris van de Moortel (Belgium), Hyein Lee (Korea), Aiko Tezuka (Japan) and Sharon Houkema (Netherlands). Lee, Houkema, Tezuka and van de Moortel are all artists-in-residence at the Künstlerhaus Bethanien … more info on www.bethanien.de. The Bethanien is also showing a retrospective of GDR artist Klaus Hähner-Springmühl. And here is the globe-M article: Kunst am Kotti.