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ETF! artists Folke Köbberling at the BerlinBritzenale 14.04.2016

The BerlinBritzenale 2016 dedicates itself to contemporary art in the semi-public space.

14 artists embark on this quest in a 400m2 large garden plot in the garden colony "Morgentau" in Berlin-Britz.

Opening on Friday 22 April
18 to 22 pm

Exhibition on Saturday, 23 April
13 to 20 pm
© the artists
The BerlinBritzenale 2016 dedicates itself to contemporary art in the semi-public space.

14 artists embark on this quest in a 400m2 large garden plot in the garden colony "Morgentau" in Berlin-Britz.

Fences are elementary objects for allotments, as they describe the visible and sometimes insuperable separation between the private own, the neighbors and the public space. This demarcation and security is of great importance for the functioning of an allotment, which also explains the high density of flags and rims inside the garden colonies.

The BerlinBritzenale wants to highlight, among other things, these territorial claims artistically and to open the garden for visitors. The well-known stereotypes of allotments, the behavior of the tenant farmers and the specialty about gardening and harvesting is examined under the magnifying glass.

The BerlinBritzenale is made possible through the commitment of the participating artists and curated by Christof Zwiener.

More Info here.






ETF! in Chile

The internationally awarded and globally touring exhibition "examples to follow! expeditions in aesthetics and sustainability" curated by Adrienne Goehler, former Senator of Culture of the city of Berlin, will be displayed with the support of Heinrich Böll Foundation Chile, the Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies in Potsdam in Postdam (Germany) and Goethe Institut Chile at Parque Cultural de Valparaiso from June until August 2017 together with a transciplinary dialogue program "Mundos Sostenibles". "examples to follow!" has been shown i.a. in Bejing, Mumbai, Addis Ababa, Sao Paulo and Lima. 

The project is going to be co-curated by the wellknown Chilean curator Rodolfo Andaur. The Chilean artists Aninat-Swinburn, Natascha de Cortinas, Vania Caro Melo, Claudia Müller, Gisela Munita, and Alejandra Prieto will join the current 56 international artists.

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15th Station of ETF!

This summer the 15th station of ETF! was in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern in Marstall Schwerin, Nikolaikirche Rostock and Schloss Bröllin and can be seen in this Fotoalbum.

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