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Time Shift II | POSUN V CASE II
02/04/ - 18/04/ 2021
In cooperation with Czech Centre Berlin, the VBK gallery proudly presents the exhibition Time Shift II |POSUN V CASE II.
Starts Friday, 2nd of April 2021. Ends Sunday, 18th of April 2021.
The usual opening event has been cancelled. You can, however, get an impression on our YouTube channel:
Time shift II - Posun v Case II is a sequel to the precursory exhibition between Berlin and Prague and a continuation of fruitful collaboration that already took place in both cities in 2018/19. This year, emphasis is laid on works of art that have largely been formed and created by so-called new media.
Cooperation between the German and Czech artists has been an exchange in positions and ideas from each artistic scene, enhancing a mutual knowledge of each other’s culture and artistic methods.
This month 16 artists present their work together in the VBK gallery, eight of which are from the NSPU Prague, eight from the VBK. Due to Covid we have decided to project the artists’ work in photographic form. This bilateral project seeks to further strengthen the ties between both countries and establish an on-going relationship.
Due to Covid and the nature of this bilateral project between Berlin and Prague, we have put additional emphasis on the virtual side of presentation. The artists from Prague have kindly submitted their works in photographic form, so that a presentation of all works can be displayed simultaneously. Different forms and methods have been added since the launch of this project in 2018, so that a continuous virtual display is possible. This coming May the baton is handed over to the Czech artists and will be communicated here accordingly with various digital material available on request.
Current presentation of the exhibition: https://youtu.be/HemzYTL1q1k
Introductory speech by Simone Kornfeld: https://youtu.be/KH_XvJincYQ
Contributing artists are: Silke Bartsch, Sandra Becker, Catherine Bourdon, Judith Brunner, Karel Dvorak, Jeanne Fredac, Simone Kornfeld, Milan Krenek, Ina Lindemann, Alena Petrickova, Zdenka Reinerova, Zdenek Ripa, Ruza Spak, Petr Tosovsky, Marian Zajicek, Vaclava Zouplnova
Conceptual management: Simone Kornfeld
In accord with the current rules in place in regards to the pandemic, we must ask you to make an appointment two days prior to visiting the exhibition. For this purpose, please use the following email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Also, please note that a medical note asserting a negative Corona result is required to gain access to the gallery. Inside you will need to wear a mask and keep your distance.
Please also use our online booking system. You can pick a slot and ease registration considerably!
Despite the inconvenience, we wish you a pleasant visit!
Press release in three languages (DE, CZE, EN) with selected previews of the exhibits.
Circulations - Print in Dialogue 15/03 - 28/03/2021
Exhibition with Catalogue on the 15. March 2021, Printmaking Day in the GALLERY VEREIN BERLINER KÜNSTLER
The usual vernissage has been cancelled.
Each year on the 15. March we celebrate the traditional techniques of printmaking in its various forms; historical achievements that have been added to the UNESCO's Intangible Cultural Heritage List. Tag der Druckkunst
In accord with the Berlin Senate's decision to allow galleries to re-open under stable new cases of Corona, entrance to the gallery is permitted by appointment.
We ask you, therefore, to contact us by phone or e-mail before arrival:
Viola.Bendzko@gmx.de / 0160 96706679
email@example.com / 01786805623
Please adhere to the safety precautions in place: wear a mask and keep enough distance to others.
Exhibition runs: 15/03 to 28/03/2021
Silke Bartsch., Viola Bendzko, Catherine Bourdon, Christoph Damm, Ute Faber, Wilfried Habrich, Claudia Hartwig, Margret Holz, Heehyun Jeong, Patrick Kaufmann, Jürgen Kellig, Friedericke Linssen, Gerd Logemann, Deborah S. Phillips, SOOKI, Anita Staud, Martin Wellmer
Project management and concept:
Viola Bendzko & Claudia Hartwig
Circulations -Invite to the virtual panel discussion
Sunday, 28/03/21 16:00 -17:00h
"Art Print in Dialogue"
Host: Catherine Bourdon
Link to Livestream:
The chat-room will be live from 15.30h onwards.
Participants can deactivate their cameras (and mic!) during the discussion. This event will be recorded for the VBK's archives. This event will be held in German.
Due to the lockdown our upcoming exhibition DIE NEUEN, sheduled for 15. January - 07. Febuary cannot take place in its original form. We kindly invite you to look at the 11 artists' work who have been admitted to the VBK in 2020 via the following links:
• Carolina Amaya-Gomez www.carolinaamaya.com | firstname.lastname@example.org
• Judith Brunner www.judithbrunner.com | email@example.com
• Andrea Cataudella www.instagram.com/andrea.cataudella | firstname.lastname@example.org
• Jeanne Fredac http://jeannefredac.com | email@example.com
• Hyeja Kim www.hyejakim.com | firstname.lastname@example.org
• Yukihiro Ikutani www.sankomedicalart.de | email@example.com
• Andrea Imwiehe www.andrea-imwiehe.de | firstname.lastname@example.org
• Patrick Kaufmann www.patrickkaufmann.art | email@example.com
• Sylvia Seelmann www.sylvia-seelmann.de | firstname.lastname@example.org
• Martin Wellmer www.instagram.com/martinwellmer | email@example.com
• Ila Wingen www.instagram.com/ila.wingen | firstname.lastname@example.org
Exhibition, 22. June to 14. Juli 2019
Vernissage, Friday, 21. June, 19.00h
Joint project between Verein Berliner Künstler and the Goethe Institut Porto Alegre, Brasil.
Curators: Sandra Becker, Elaine Tedesco
Opening, Friday the 24th May 2019
From the 25th of May to the 16th of June Carolina Patino Mayer, Claus Feldmann and Franziska Rutishauser present their work as part of the art exhibition MindsetsON WorldSTAGE.
In this particular exhibition, all three artists focus on a conceptual assessment of photography. As opposed to a snapshot, these staged photographs are compiled to evoke a conscious view of the image and invite to re-intertpret its contents. Technology is used to support this approach but is not meant to distract the spectator in their mental activity. The three artists do not want to simply re-tell the visual world but intend to will the suspension of disbelief. Time sequencing inhances the process, dismantling and playing with layers of expectation. The ultimatle aim is to make the spectator aware of the perceptional traps we tend to fall into when looking at so-called realistic photographs. These image-concepts are designed to lay bare the illusion of an objective reality and contribute to the disenchantment of viewing the world solely on our owns terms.