With works by, among others, Albrecht Genin, Clemens Krauss, Miriam Lenk, Jan Muche, Römer + Römer, Ruscha Voormann and Sabine Schneider, the chairwoman of the Verein Berliner Künstler, ÜBERSCHAU #04 continues the exhibition series in the CONTEMPORARY SHOW ROOM (CSR). The fourth part of the overview exhibition shows works by 25 artists from eight countries in Friedrichstraße. Contemporary art in the genres of painting, sculpture, collage, mixed media and digigraphy will be presented. For the first time, AI scenographies will also be on display at the CSR: Seemingly romantic paintings of inexplicably strange landscapes and sceneries created from the collaboration of an artist and the artificial intelligence OSKI. ÜBERSCHAU #04 opens with a vernissage on Friday, 05.08.2022 from 7 to 10 pm.
Image above: Exhibition view ÜBERSCHAU #04, f.l.t.r.: Ricard Larsson, Berit-Kristina Weiss, Miriam Lenk, Albrecht Genin, Daniel Maria Thurau, Erik Nieminen. Photo: ART@Berlin
The experimental exhibition format aims to create more openness and enthusiasm for contemporary art and increase its visibility. From the end of April to the end of December 2022, the temporary art project initiated by the non-profit DEEDS.LAB will present changing exhibitions in the 400 m² exhibition space in QUARTIER 205.
Participating artists ÜBERSCHAU #04: Fiona Ackerman (*1978, CAN / painting), Ondrej Drescher (*1977 Wolfen, DEU / painting), Birgit Fechner (*1962 Munich, DEU / painting), Albrecht Genin (*1945 Oldenburg, DEU † 2013 Berlin / painting, sculpture), Anthony Gerace (*1983, CAN / Collage), Poren Huang (*1970 Taiwan, Province Taichung, TWN / sculpture), Alexandra Huber (*1955 Landau/Pfalz, DEU / painting), Paula Klien (*1968 Rio de Janeiro, BRA / Digigraphy), Clemens Krauss (*1981, AUT / painting), Ricard Larsson (*1953 Stockholm, SWE / sculpture), Jiny Lan (*1970, Xiuyan, Province Liaoning, CHN / painting, Mixed Media), Miriam Lenk (*1975 Konstanz, DEU / sculpture), Juan Logan (Nashville, Tennessee, USA / Painting, Sculpture, Installation), Jan Muche (*1975 Herford, DEU / painting), Erik Nieminen (*1985 Ottawa, CAN / painting), Jannis Paetzold (*1986, DE / Collage), Römer + Römer (*1978 Moskau, RUS, *1968 Aachen, DEU / painting), Olaf Schirm + KI (OSKI) (*1958 Berlin, DEU / KI-Scenography), Sabine Schneider (*1956 Berlin, DEU / painting), Daniel Maria Thurau (*1974, Köthen, DEU / painting), Ruscha Voormann (*1992 Flensburg, DEU / painting), Berit-Kristina Weiss (*1971, DE / painting), K Young (GBR / Collage), Special guest from 2nd to 4th August: Jo Berghammer (*1953 Pößneck, DE / photo collage) in collaboration with Sebastian Krüger (*1963 Hameln, DE / painting, Caricature)
Participating galleries ÜBERSCHAU #04: BARK BERLIN GALLERY (Kreuzberg), aquabitArt gallery (Mitte), CRONE Berlin/Wien (Charlottenburg), The Curve (Mitte), Galerie Horst Dietrich (Charlottenburg), Galerie Kremers (Kreuzberg), Galerie Sievi (Kreuzberg)
ÜBERSCHAU #04 brings together international art by 25 contemporary artists from Brazil, China, Germany, England, Canada, Austria, Sweden and Taiwan. Seven established and in part internationally active Berlin galleries from different districts represent some of these artists. Their works will be shown in solo and group exhibitions.
ÜBERSCHAU #04 wants to arouse curiosity about these artists and encourage them to visit galleries. To this end, CSR shows art away from the classic Berlin gallery quarters, in the heart of the city, and specifically to a mixed audience of long-time art enthusiasts and people not yet gripped by the passion for art.
The initiator and operator of the CSR CONTEMPORARY SHOW ROOM is the non-profit DEEDS.LAB from Berlin. Its aim is to make contemporary art and the work of its producers and gallery owners visible and supportive. It wants to reduce threshold fears and get more people excited about contemporary art. With the CSR, DEEDS.LAB tests new concepts and exhibition formats that arouse curiosity about art, make art education more attractive, create space for discourse and promote social interaction. To this end, DEEDS.LAB organises various events at the CSR. DEEDS.LAB is supported by the Berlin art exhibition portal ART@Berlin www.artatberlin.com.
About DEEDS.LAB: Following the statement “To love art, you have to understand art”, the non-profit DEEDS.LAB from Berlin is working on formats for a more attractive way of communicating art. It wants to make the younger generation in particular curious about contemporary art. DEEDS.LAB sees an urgent need for formats with a new invitation and mediation culture to lower threshold fears and get more people excited about contemporary art. Art enthusiasts and young collectors must be found, interested, fascinated and built up in order to secure the existence of generations of future artists. In addition, DEEDS.LAB aims to promote artists and to exhibit and make visible contemporary art in the centre and public space of Berlin. The non-profit organisation enables, promotes and challenges discourse about art and its meaningfulness in its exhibitions and events.
About CSR: Unlike traditional galleries, CSR opens Mondays to Saturdays from 10 am to 8 pm, longer during events. The exhibitions are accompanied by vernissages and finissages, artist talks, readings and panel discussions. Guided tours of the exhibitions are available in various languages. On site, visitors can talk to artists in the context of events or deepen what they have seen with art books, art magazines and catalogues.
CSR Contemporary Show Room is made possible and supported by ART@Berlin UG, operator of various platforms for contemporary art (artatberlin.com, deeds.news, deeds.world, artcompass.berlin).
CSR CONTEMPORARY SHOW ROOM (until 31.12.2022)
Friedrichstraße 67-70 (in Quartier 205 / in front left to the street)
Opening: Friday, 05.08.2022
5 – 7 pm (preview, by invitation only)
7 – 10 pm (public vernissage)
Exhibition dates: Tuesday, 02.08. until Saturday, 03.09.2022 – ATTENTION: extended until Saturday, 8 October 2022
Opening hours: Mon – Sat 10:00 am – 8:00 pm