@Tacheles, Berlin

Summer Time Rolls, Tape Modern

“Summer Time Rolls” at former Kunsthaus Tacheles:
Closing the art season and the final exhibition at our current space / 3nd installment of New “O54” Series featuring highlights of Berlin Contemporary Art!

TAPE MODERN Berlin is proud to present the third installation of its new “O54” exhibition series, taking place at the former Kunsthaus Tacheles on Oranienburger Str. 54 and the final exhibition at it’s current location. The third exhibition, “Summer Time Rolles”, is opening on Friday, July 30th.

For the closing of the art season of 20/21, we would like to celebrate the return to open venues and the possibility to share the art experience in person. The idea of Summer as a time for shared outdoor moments with friends and loved ones has never been less taken for granted, especially after a long lockdown period. For our third exhibition we have curated 15 prominent artists from Berlin, who’s work we love and appreciate. We are delighted for the opportunity to share their creativity with our visitors in person.

„ Summer Time Rolles“ – artists:
Dafni Barbageorgopoulou, Andreas Blank, Jessica Buhlmann, Claudia Chaseling, Billie Clarken, Amrita Dhillon, Amir Fattal, Marianna Ignataki, Joaquin Margulis, Tim Plamper, Kai Schiemenz, Yorgos Stamkopoulos, Mathias Vef, Lee Wagstaff, Sahar Zukerman

Opening: Friday, the 30th of July, 5pm-9pm
Exhibition duration is: 31.07, 01.08 and 07-08.08, 12pm-6pm
Address: Am Tacheles. Oranienburgerstr. 54, 10117, Berlin

The space is provided by Am Tacheles in order to support Berlin-based artists especially in these times of uncertainty. The series is curated by Amir Fattal, the co-founder of the legendary TAPE MODERN Berlin exhibition series. TAPE MODERN has been showcasing international artists in Berlin since 2008.

Mit seiner Auswahl künstlerischer Positionen beleuchtet Kurator Amir Fattal Aspekte verschiedenste Thematiken. Unter anderem auch die des Körpers und der Körperlichkeit aus vielfältigen Perspektiven; zentrale Themen wie Gender, Sexualität und Intimität, zeigt Körper in Momenten der Verführung, der Angst, der Zärtlichkeit. Die Künstler*innen präsentieren die Themen mit einzigartiger Stimme, in einer ausgeprägten Sprache, welche die menschliche Figur in digitalen und analogen Medien wiedergibt.
Die letzte Ausstellung der Reihe, die Am Tacheles gezeigt werden ist tthematisch offen, um als Abschlluss dem sich verändernde Stadtraum hier eine vielfältige Erinnerung zu geben.

Contact me: m@mathiasvef.com
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