Link chrismon: Ein wunderbarer Beitrag vom 11.2.2021 auf dem Block von Johann Hinrich Claussen, Kulturbeauftragter der Evangelischen Kirche Deutschlands, über unsere Ausstellung in der Guardini Galerie und über den Entzug eines Menschenrechtes: Kultur zu (er)leben, und dass Kunst ist ein unverzichtbarer Bestandteil des Lebens ist. Foto © Uwe Walter
Guardini Gallery Berlin | Askanischer Platz 4, 10963 Berlin
Ulrike Seyboth & Ingo Fröhlich
5.1. – 5.3.2021
Vernissage: open, see current corona regulations
Introduction: Frizzi Krella, art historian & curator
Music: Cathrine Milliken, oboe, enters into a musical exchange with the works (event open)
Opening hours: Monday to Friday 13 to 18
In a cooperation project with the Musées de Sens, in Burgundy, France, the Guardini Galerie Berlin presents under the title Ich zeichne die Zeit, du malst du den Moment current artistic research on light, colour and line in confrontation with concrete spaces and places by Ulrike Seyboth and Ingo Fröhlich.
The exhibition is accompanied by the catalogue Ich zeichne die Zeit, du malst den Moment | Je dessine le temps, tu peins l’instant | Ulrike Seyboth & Ingo Fröhlich.
Current developments and new ones lead to restrictions which also affect Guardini Galerie. We will inform you about changes to the programme on our website, via our newsletter and in the social media.
#sogehtsauch ist eine Kampagne der Bundesbeauftragten für Kultur und Medien, Dr. Monika Grütters zur Förderung der Sichtbarkeit von Künstler*innen. Dieser Beitrag wurde im Atelier von Ulrike Seyboth im November 2020 erstellt. Kuratorin: Frizzi Krella, Kamera Patricia Löwe. Guardini Stiftung Berlin.
Edited by Ulrike Seyboth, Ingo Fröhlich and Frizzi Krella on the occasion of the twentieth anniversary of the Kunst- und Projekthaus Torstraße 111 in Berlin, the book illustrates how the participation of artists in the collective urban space enriches inner-city diversity, creating creative biotopes that guarantee a lively urban diversity. The documentary integration of the artist-run-space into the art historical context of the 1990s to 2020s also examines the development of artistic autonomy in Berlin. A photo and image documentation on the history of the house, interviews with participating artists* and an art historical location show how innovative approaches have been used to integrate various uses into a residential and art house.
Ingo Fröhlich founded Torstraße 111 in Berlin-Mitte in 2000. Since 2012 he has been managing the Kunst- und Projekthaus together with Ulrike Seyboth.
Cover and book design: Josephine Tischer und Jonas Vogler, Berlin
ISBN 978-3-86732-366-6 | 29,90 €
Jeschke van Vliet Auctions Berlin GmbH | Lehrter Str.57, Haus 1 | 10557 Berlin
Being part of the auction 133 ASSOCIATION OF BERLIN WOMEN ARTISTS 1876
Friday, 6th NOVEMBER 2020 at 3 p.m.
PREVIEW: on Saturday, October 31st from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. & from Monday – Thursday, November 2nd – 5th from 11 a.m. – 7 p.m.
RECEPTION the evening before: Thursday, November 5th. from 5 p.m. with drinks and snacks.
This is implemented in a corona-compliant manner with staggered admission. The area around the auction house offers as Commercial yard the opportunity to linger should waiting times arise. At this reception, artists can come together and exchange views on the works on offer.
As part of the autumn auction 133 “Modern and Contemporary Art and Photography” and on the occasion of the company’s 30th anniversary, the Berlin auction house Jeschke van Vliet is auctioning modern and contemporary art from originals and works on paper to graphics, photographs, sculptures and objects national and international positions. This auction includes a benefit event for the Association of Berlin Women Artists 1876, the oldest association of women artists. Approx. 100 works of art by contemporary members together with works by historical members offered for auction. A print catalog accompanies this event and will be presented on several national and international online live platforms for auction houses.The proceeds of the auction are intended for the establishment of the Künstlerinnenhaus for museum and contemporary exhibitions.
In 2020, Ulrike Seyboth & Ingo Fröhlich will receive a joint work and residence scholarship at the Kunstdepot Göschenen Foundation in Switzerland with their joint project Ich zeichne die Zeit, Du malst den Moment (I draw time, you paint the moment).
Salles Saint-Pierre & la Fabrique | 8900 Avallon (Burgundy/France)
Exhibition in Tribute to Max-Pol Fouchet
Exhibiting artists*: Reynold Arnould, Robert Combas, Anne-Lise Dehée, Joël Desbouiges, Hervé Di Rosa, FRANTZ, Ingo Fröhlich, Gilles Gally, HAWAD, Alix Le Méléder, M’an Jeanne, Marie Morel, Daniel Robert, Max Sschoendorf, Ulrike Seyboth, Gilles Stassart, Claude Stassart-Springer, Robert Tatin, Pierre-Emmanuel, Weck, Pierre Zanzucchi
10.7. – 15.11.2020
Vernissage: September 11, 2020
This singular exhibition celebrates both the poet Max-Pol Fouchet and Freedom – common good and unchanging value – as a fundamental figurehead. The exhibition brings together the works of some thirty artists (visual artists, such as painters, sculptors, draughtsmen, photographers, etc.) and writers, poets, some of whom still knew Max-Pol Fouchet. Together, they illustrate in a concrete way our commitment to all the freedoms that currently seem to be threatened by a cold recoil of populism or even fascism in our age, similar to the 1930s. Creating art also always means to resist somewhere and in some way.
The exhibition is accompanied by the catalogue Liberté FIGURE DE PROUE.
Kunst- und Projekthaus Torstraße 111
With the exhibition TORTORTOR 1:1:1 the Kunst- und Projekthaus Torstraße 111 in Berlin-Mitte celebrates its 20th anniversary. In the exhibition galleries and in the Kunstruine, 32 artists*, born in Algeria, Germany, France, Iceland, Switzerland, Serbia and the USA, from the fields of painting, drawing, sculpture, light art, installation, composition, video and puppetry will be on display.
Exhibiting artists: Làszlò Antal, Daníel Björnsson, Rudolf Borkenhagen, James Bullough, Filip Caranica, Valérie Favre, Ingo Fröhlich, Pierre Granoux, Sabine Herrmann, Friederike Jokisch, Rudi Kargus, Klaus Killisch, Camille Lacroix, Inge Mahn, Nanne Meyer, Esther Nicklas, Bob Rutman, Karin Schroeder, Matti Schulz, Ulrike Seyboth, Holger Stark, Mario Thronicke, Uwe Walter, Tammo Winkler, Francis Zeischegg, Tanja Zimmermann and a group work by Felix Becker, Djabril Boukhenaissi, Christina Huber, Paco Höller and Phillip Langer
19.6. – 5.7.2020
Opening: Thursday 18th, Friday 19th + Saturday 20th June 2020, 5 – 9 pm
Opening hours: 18 + 19 + 20.6. 2020, 5 – 9 pm | Friday + Saturday 3 – 7 pm | Sunday 2 – 6 pm
Curators: Ulrike Seyboth & Ingo Fröhlich
The exhibition is supported by the Bezirkskulturfonds Berlin-Mitte.
In the funding period 2020 Ulrike Seyboth & Ingo Fröhlich with the art and project house Torstraße 111 will be awarded a cultural funding from the Kulturfonds Berlin-Mitte.
In the 2019/2020 funding period, Ulrike Seyboth & Ingo Fröhlich will be awarded the Kunst- und Projekthaus Torstraße 111 with funding from the Stiftung Kunstfonds Bonn.