Sein und Schein: Pluralität und Identität [Être et paraître : pluralité et identité]

Art and Project House Torstraße 111 | 10119 Berlin
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Artists: Holger Biermann, Manon Boyer, Katerina Kirtoka, Dmitry Eret, Yevheniia Kriuk, Robin Block de Friberg, Alexandre Dupeyron, Joël Peyrou, Fabian Ritter, Marga van den Meydenberg, Jean-Baptiste Monnin, Ludwig Rauch
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Curators: Christel Boget, Jean-Baptiste Monnin
Project management: Ulrike Seyboth, Ingo Fröhlich
Project Assistance: Natalie Ivanova
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14.10. – 30.10.2022
Vernissage: Friday, 14.10.2022, from 6 pm
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Opening hours: Thursday & Friday 4 – 8 p.m. | Saturday & Sunday 12 – 7 p.m.
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Events: Saturday: 15 Oct, 2 – 3 pm, guided tour with the artists + Saturday: 22 Oct, 6 – 9 pm, raffle and performance (live 7:30 pm), signing session Alexandre Dupeyron + Saturday: 29 Oct, from 6 pm, Soirée Projection.

FOTOHAUS is an exhibition concept founded in 2014 by the ParisBerlin>fotogroup to highlight the Franco-German photographic scene. FOTOHAUS has been integrated into the official programme of the Festival Rencontres Internationales de la Photographie in Arles since 2021. After seven editions in Arles, FOTOHAUS expanded in Bordeaux in April 2022 by joining forces with the Festival Itinéraires des Photographes Voyageurs. In the summer of 2022, FOTOHAUS offered the programme Being and Appearance for the Arles edition at the Manuel Rivera-Ortiz Foundation. The aim of FOTOHAUS is to create a place where institutions, women photographers, galleries, publishers, etc. can meet. (Collection Regard, Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation, Fondation MRO, LesAssociés, Ostkreuzschule, Ostkreuzagentur,…) a space for exchange and synergies.

Christel Boget, 2022

BANKING FOR FUTURE

Ulrike Seyboth, Ingo Fröhlich, Alice Hauck, Christina Huber, Camille Lacroix, Jean-Baptiste Monnin, Esther Nicklas, Amelie Plümpe, Matti Schulz,  Tammo Winkler
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Kunst- und Projekthaus Torstraße 111 | 10119 Berlin
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25.06. – 10.07.2022
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Kurator*in: Ulrike Seyboth & Ingo Fröhlich

In Krisen stecken immer auch Chancen. Sie sind eine Aufforderung die Dinge und bisherigen Handlungsweisen wie auch Werte zu hinterfragen und bestenfalls neu zu bewerten.

Die Ausstellung der Künstler*innen der Torstraße 111 spiegelt, wie auch der Titel BANKING FOR FUTURE, wider, dass sowohl Kunst(Werke) wie auch die Bereitstellung von Raum durchaus Investitionen in die Zukunft sein können, die sich lohnen! Neben der individuellen Freude am Kauf, am eventuellen Besitz oder Genuss eines Kunstwerkes und der persönlichen Auseinandersetzung damit, sind es doch gerade die zu einer  gemeinschaftlichen Nutzung zur Verfügung gestellten Orte, die den Stadtraum aufwerten, bereichern und lebenswert machen.

Ulrike Seyboth & Ingo Fröhlich | 2023 | Kunst- und Projekthaus Torstraße 111 | Foto © Hermann Bredehorst

TORSTRASSE 111

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.
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Cover and book design: Josephine Tischer und Jonas Vogler, Berlin
ISBN 978-3-86732-366-6 | 29,90 €

A Matter of Touch | Malerei aus Europa und den USA

Kunst- und Projekthaus Torstraße 111
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Exhibiting artists: Nikos Aslanidis, Thomas Brüggemann, Michelle Jezierski, Joseph Kameen, Kiki Kolympari, Adrienne Elyse Meyers, Grit Richter, Rubica von Streng
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17.7. – 2.8.2020 | 3.8. – 30.8.2020 by appointment
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Opening hours: 17.7. – 2.8.2020 | Friday, Saturday & Sunday 3 – 7 pm
Opening: Thursday, 16 July, 5 – 9 pm
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Curator: Jurriaan Benschop
Project management: Ulrike Seyboth, Ingo Fröhlich

The works have been collected from studios on both sides of the Atlantic. Due to the pandemic, not all artists are able to be present for the opening, yet their works offer us an artistic dialogue across borders. The paintings find a temporary home in the ruinous beauty of the Kunst- und Projekthaus Torstrasse 111. Located in the center of Berlin, the space evokes the time when the city offered itself as an artistic Freiraum.

TORTORTOR 1:1:1

Kunst- und Projekthaus Torstraße 111
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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.
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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
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19.6. – 5.7.2020
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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
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Curators: Ulrike Seyboth & Ingo Fröhlich

The exhibition is supported by the Bezirkskulturfonds Berlin-Mitte.

Link Berliner Zeitung 25.6.2020
Link Berliner Tagesspiegel 19.6.2020
Link RBB vom 20.6. 2020

 

Funding by the Kulturfonds 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.

Funding by the Stiftung Kunstfonds Bonn

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.

BACK ON THE BLOCK

Kunst- und Projekthaus Torstraße 111, Berlin
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Pop-up exhibition of JORDAN/SEYDOUX in the art and project house Torstraße 111
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At the invitation of Ulrike Seyboth and Ingo Fröhlich JORDAN/SEYDOUX shows a selection of works by John Armleder (CH), Tony Cragg (GB), Damien Deroubaix (F), Ingo Fröhlich (D), Imi Knoebel (D), Bertrand Lavier (F), François Morellet (F), Diana Quinby (USA), Françoise Pétrovitch (F), Peter Saul (USA), Anton Weber (D).
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Opening: friday, 6. september 2019
Opening hours: 7.9. – 8.9. and 11.9. – 15.9.2019, 14 – 19 pm
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Curator: Amelie Seydoux
Project management: Ulrike Seyboth, Ingo Fröhlich

IM GROSSEN SCHIFF DER GEFÜHLE

Kunst- und Projekthaus Torstraße 111, Berlin
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Künstlerinnen des Vereins der Berliner Künstlerinnen 1867: Susanne Ahner, Alpana M. A., Paula Anke, Ina Bierstedt, Veronika Blum, Silvia Klara Breitwieser, Alke Brinkmann, Bettina Cohnen, Niki Elbe, Valérie Favre, Zohar Fraiman, Hanna Hennenkemper, Sabine Herrmann, Margareta Hesse, Friederike Jokisch, Irmgard Merkens, Nanne Meyer, Ann Noël, Susanne Schirdewahn, Vera Schwelgin, Ulrike Seyboth, Nadja Siegl, Zuzanna Skiba, Lucy Teasdale, Gisela Weimann
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Ausstellung: 25.4. – 5.6.2019
Vernissage: Donnerstag, 25. April 2019, 18 Uhr
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Kuratorinnen: Ulrike Seyboth, Sabine Herrmann, Friederike Jokisch, Susanne Schirdewahn
Einführung: Dr. Anna Havemann, Kunstwissenschaftlerin, Potsdam

Anlass der Ausstellung ist die Publikation Neue Positionen des VdBK 1867. Herausgeberin: Dr. Anna Havemann.