On Sunday, 5 February 2023 from 11 am, DEEDS.NEWS invites all art enthusiasts to the New Year’s Reception in the CSR Contemporary Show Room. Together we would like to welcome the new (art) year, have an exciting panel talk about the art market with a special expert (with your questions, more below) and celebrate the end of the current exhibition 200 under 2000, which will close on 11 February 2023. The reception will be musically accompanied by the jazz duo Avi Albers Ben Chamo (double bass) and Reiner Hess (saxophone). Admission is free. Registration is requested.
Image above: Exhibition view 200 under 2000 by DEEDS.LAB in the CSR.ART Contemporary Show Room, Photo: ART@Berlin
As a special highlight, the panel talk “DEEDS.Spotlight” will take place around 12:30 p.m. – with your questions. Talk topic: Trends in the art market. A retrospective of the last 30 years and a look into the future. Our talk guest is Friedhelm Hütte, Senior Art Advisor at Deutsche Bank. For more than 30 years, Friedhelm Hütte was responsible for Deutsche Bank’s art programme, during which time he built up, among other things, the company’s collection, which today comprises some 55,000 works of art worldwide. In Berlin, the PalaisPopulaire has been a permanent venue for presentations from the Deutsche Bank Collection since 2018.
Your questions about the Art Market to Friedhelm Hütte
On 05.02.2022 you will have the opportunity to ask Friedhelm Hütte your questions about the art market in a panel talk. For example, questions about the development of the art market in the last 30 years, the outlook for the next 30 years (the “look into the crystal ball”), advice and tips for young artists, do’s and don’ts in the art market, what has changed in the last 30 years, etc. Please send your questions to this email address: FragenanFriedhelmHuette@deeds.news. We thank you for following these rules* (at the end of the article).
Jazz études. Live jazz performance with saxophone and double bass
We are especially looking forward to the jazz etudes by composer, musician and visual artist Avi Albers Ben Chamo on double bass and saxophonist Reiner Hess, who will accompany the New Year’s reception at CSR.ART. By jazz etudes they mean short bebop experiments.
Avi Albers Ben Chamo is an artist an composer who like to combine both worlds of colours and sounds. And in this experiment he invite us to experiment with familiar jazz standards each one with a new color filters and modes with influences by the spirit of Marcel Duchamp readymade, Stravinsky cut and paste techniques and György Sándor Ligeti. Avi Albers Ben Chamo and Reiner Hess are well known to the jazz community through the Jazzy Berlin Jam Sessions of various musicians*, which regularly take place in Berlin’s probably best-known roof-top bar Klunkerkranich and at the Hoppetosse club.
Avi Alber Ben Chamo is also the initiator and founder of the platform “Jazz Clubs ins Berlin” (www.jazzclubsinberlin.com), which networks and informs jazz makers and jazz enthusiasts.
Sunday, 05th February 2023, 11:00 am – 2:00 pm
Panel talk from approx. 12:30 pm
“Trends in the Art Market. A retrospective of the last 30 years and a look into the future”.
Registration requested / RSVP: Various tasty drinks will be provided for a small contribution towards costs. To enable us to plan better, please register by sending your name to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The number of places is limited – first come, first served. We look forward to seeing you.
*Rules for submitting your questions: Please note the deadline Wednesday, 01.02.2023, 6pm. Let us know in your email whether your name may be mentioned in connection with the question or whether the question should be asked anonymously. Please understand that only topic-related questions can be considered. If you would like us to acknowledge receipt of your questions, please send your email with a check mark next to “read receipt”. Thank you. We will try to bring forward as many exciting questions as possible within the time allotted. We will group similar questions together. Unfortunately, we cannot guarantee that they will be considered or answered. We are very much looking forward to your participation and an inspiring exchange.