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12. Berlin Biennale: All artists, venues and dates

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The 12th Berlin Biennale will take place from 11 June to 18 September 2022 and is curated by Kader Attia in collaboration with Ana Teixeira Pinto, Đỗ Tường Linh, Marie Helene Pereira, Noam Segal and Rasha Salti. The exhibition can be seen at the following venues: Akademie der Künste, Hanseatenweg and Pariser Platz, Decolonial Memory Culture in the City, Hamburger Bahnhof – Museum für Gegenwart – Berlin, KW Institute for Contemporary Art and Stasi Headquarters. Campus for Democracy (addresses below). On Friday, 10 June, the Berlin Biennale will open simultaneously at all exhibition venues at 7 pm.

Image above: Hamburger Bahnhof, Foto: Maximilian Meisse

About the exhibition

On the occasion of the 12th Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art, artists from different parts of the world are dealing with the legacies of modernity and the resulting planetary emergency under the title Still Present! In addition to the artistic works, the exhibition features historical documents, including political and activist publications from the Archive of the Avant-Garde – Egidio Marzona (AdA). The contributions make visible lines of connection between colonialism, fascism and imperialism and test decolonial strategies for the future along a series of questions. How can a decolonial ecology be shaped? What role can feminist movements from the Global South play in the re-appropriation of historical narratives? How can the debate on restitution be made productive beyond the return of looted objects? Can the field of emotions be reclaimed through art?

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Stasi-Zentrale, Campus für Demokratie, Campus 04, © Bundesarchiv

With works by:
Alex Prager; Amal Kenawy; Ammar Bouras; Antonio Recalcati, Enrico Baj, Erró, Gianni Dova, Jean-Jacques Lebel, Roberto Crippa; Ariella Aïsha Azoulay; Asim Abdulaziz; Basel Abbas und Ruanne Abou-Rahme; Binta Diaw; Birender Yadav; Calida Garcia Rawles; Christine Safatly; Clément Cogitore; DAAR – Sandi Hilal und Alessandro Petti; Dana Levy; Đào Châu Hải; David Chavalarias; Deneth Piumakshi Veda Arachchige; Driss Ouadahi; Dubréus Lhérisson; Elske Rosenfeld; Etinosa Yvonne; Florian Sông Nguyễn; Forensic Architecture; Haig Aivazian; Hasan Özgür Top; Imani Jacqueline Brown; Jean-Jacques Lebel; Jeneen Frei Njootli; Jihan El-Tahri; João Polido; Khandakar Ohida; Lamia Joreige; Lawrence Abu Hamdan; Layth Kareem; Mai Nguyễn-Long; Maithu Bùi; Marta Popivoda/Ana Vujanović; Mathieu Pernot; Mayuri Chari; Mila Turajlić; Mónica de Miranda; Moses März; Myriam El Haïk; Ngô Thành Bắc; Nil Yalter; Noel W Anderson; Olivier Marboeuf; Omer Fast; PEROU – Pôle d’Exploration des Ressources Urbaines; Prabhakar Kamble; Praneet Soi; Raed Mutar; Sajjad Abbas; Sammy Baloji; Simone Fattal; Susan Schuppli; Susana Pilar; Sven Johne; Taloi Havini; Tammy Nguyen; Taysir Batniji; Tejswini Narayan Sonawane; Temitayo Ogunbiyi; The School of Mutants (Boris Raux, Hamedine Kane, Lou Mo, Stéphane Verlet Bottéro, Valérie Osouf); Thùy-Hân Nguyễn-Chí; Tuấn Andrew Nguyễn; Uriel Orlow; Yuyan Wang; Zach Blas; Zuzanna Hertzberg

“As diverse and varied as the cosms that make up the human living world today are, they all exist amidst the waste and disruption that define the frenzied and destructive production race of global capitalism. During the modern era, our planet has undergone close successive ruinous changes that have accelerated at an alarming rate as we enter the third millennium. We have not arrived at the place we are today by chance: It has emerged from historical formations built up over centuries. In their selfishness, modern Western societies have taken their own liberal character for granted, wrongly assuming that the balance between free trade and universal suffrage guarantees a self-regulating system with universal democratic values. From this utopian promise we have inherited a dystopian society that denies any responsibility for the chaos it produces. The world is scarred by the wounds that have been created in the course of the history of Western modernity. If they are not repaired, they will continue to haunt our societies.”

From the curatorial statement by Kader Attia

Opening

On 10 June 2022, the eve of the first day of the run, the exhibition will open to the public at all venues from 7pm-2pm with free admission.

Admission

Admission all exhibition venues: 18 €
Groups of 10 or more, per person: €16
Admission reduced: 9 €
Groups reduced: 7 €
Free admission: Dekoloniale Erinnerungskultur in der Stadt + Stasi-Zentrale. Campus für Demokratie

Tickets entitle the holder to a single visit to all exhibition venues of the 12th Berlin Biennale, including the other exhibitions at Hamburger Bahnhof – Museum für Gegenwart – Berlin, and are valid for the entire duration of the Biennale.

Reduction applies to pupils, students, federal volunteers, BBK members, unemployed persons and severely disabled persons (at least 50 % MdE) upon presentation of proof.

Free admission up to and including the age of 18, for berlinpass holders, members of the Friends of KW and Berlin Biennale (KW Freunde e. V.) and on the first Sunday of every month.

Tickets are available at KW Institute for Contemporary Art, Akademie der Künste, Pariser Platz, Hamburger Bahnhof – Museum für Gegenwart – Berlin and online.

Tickets for Museum Sunday can only be booked online at shop.museumssonntag.berlin.

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Akademie der Künste, Hanseatenweg, Photo: Timo Ohler

Guided tours

Detailed information on the tours can be found on the Website. The tours invite exploration inside and outside the exhibition space and sharpen the eye, the ear and the mind on the basis of selected themes. Focus tours and workshops are free of charge and are organised by the mediation of the 12th Berlin Biennale.

More information: mediation@berlinbiennale.de, +49 30 24 34 59-67

Address + Opening hours

Akademie der Künste, Hanseatenweg
Hanseatenweg 10, 10557 Berlin-Tiergarten/Moabit
Wed-Mon 11–19 Uhr, Tue closed
Wheelchair accessible

Akademie der Künste, Pariser Platz
Pariser Platz 4, 10117 Berlin-Mitte
Wed-Mon 11–19 Uhr, Tue closed
Wheelchair accessible

Dekoloniale Erinnerungskultur in der Stadt
Wilhelmstraße 92, 10117 Berlin-Mitte
Can be visited at any time (shop window)
Wheelchair accessible

Hamburger Bahnhof – Museum für Gegenwart – Berlin
Invalidenstraße 50–51, 10557 Berlin-Mitte
Tue-Fri 10am-6pm, Thu 10am-8pm, Sat-Sun 11am-6pm, Mon closed.
Conditionally wheelchair accessible

KW Institute for Contemporary Art
Auguststraße 69, 10117 Berlin-Mitte
Wed – Mon 11am – 7pm, closed Tues
Conditionally wheelchair accessible

Stasi-Zentrale. Campus für Demokratie
Ruschestraße 103, Haus 7 und 22, 10365 Berlin-Lichtenberg

Wed – Mon 11am – 6pm, closed Tues
Conditionally wheelchair accessible
Tours

The Berlin Biennale is organised by KUNST-WERKE BERLIN e. V. The Berlin Biennale is supported by the Kulturstiftung des Bundes. The Federal Cultural Foundation is funded by the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media.

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