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Reading Traces. Accesses to the History and Actuality of the ifa Art Collection | 21.01.-22.01.2023

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On the weekend of 21 and 22 January 2023, a two-day event with lectures and discussions on the ifa art collection will take place as part of the finissage of the current exhibition Chains of Interest at the ifa Gallery Berlin.

Image above: Chains of Interest, exhibition view, ifa Gallery, 2022, Photo: Viktoria Tomaschko

On Saturday, Nina Bingel talks about touring exhibition practice, Sabiha Keyif about the digital platform Agora and Ellen Strittmatter about the future of the ifa art collection. Peter Hartmann and Hans-Jörg Schirmbeck talk to Pauline Hohn (Art in Networks, TU Dresden) about her work as a senior staff member of the Centre for Art Exhibition (ZfK) of the GDR. Matthias Flügge and Matthias Winzen present their access to the art holdings for the ifa exhibition they curated, Weltreise. The ifa representatives An Paenhuysen and Ulli Grötz report on their mediation work with the ifa touring exhibition by Rosemarie Trockel.

On Sunday, the focus will be on the artistic approaches to the art holdings developed by Isaac Chong Wai, Lizza May David, Wilhelm Klotzek, Ofri Lapid, Adrien Missika and Gitte Villesen as part of the current two-part exhibition.


Saturday 21 January 2023, 1:00-7:00 pm
Sunday 22 January 2023, 11:00 am – 5:00 pm


ifa Gallery Berlin
Linienstrasse 139/140
10115 Berlin-Mitte

Chains of Interest
With works by Isaac Chong Wai, Carlfriedrich Claus, Lizza May David, Hannah Höch, Joe Jones, Wilhelm Klotzek, Käthe Kollwitz, Ofri Lapid, Adrien Missika, Elisa Tan, Endre Tót, Gitte Villesen.

Exhibition duration: 30 September 2022 – 22 January 2023

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