HEIKE
BARANOWSKY

Künste a Villa Massimo

EXHIBITION (Wednesday, October 21 – Thursday, October 22, 2020 / 18–22h)

 

bankleer (Kasböck / Leitner)

Heike Baranowksy

Gustav Düsing

Benedikt Hipp

 

CONCERT (Wednesday, October 21)

 

19h | Sala del Mosaico:

Studi per pianoforte by Unsuk Chin

20h | Cortile del Villino:

Irritate me by Andrej Koroliov

21h | Sala del Mosaico:

Studi per pianoforte by Unsuk Chin

 

LECTURE (Thursday, October 22)

 

19:30h | Cortile del Villino:

Franziska Gerstenberg

20:30h | Sala del Mosaico:

Alexander Schimmelbusch

 

Readings are in German and Italian.

Deutsche Akademie Rom, Villa Massimo, 2020/2021

(September 1, 2020 – June 30, 2021)

 

bankleer (Kasböck / Leitner) – Visual artist

Heike Baranowsky – Visual artist

Unsuk Chin – Composer

Gustav Düsing – Architect

Franziska Gerstenberg – Writer

Prinz Gholam – Visual artist

Benedikt Hipp – Visual artist

Andrej Koroliov – Composer

Alexander Schimmelbusch – Writer

 

https://www.villamassimo.de/de/stipendiaten

Wand an Wand an Wand (Wall to wall to wall), Studio im Hochhaus, Berlin

(September 1 – November 11, 2020)

 

Heike Baranowsky
Veronika Kellndorfer
Mirjam Thomann

 

In the “Wand an Wand an Wand (Wall to wall to wall)” exhibition, the artists Heike Baranowsky, Veronika Kellndorfer and Mirjam Thomann work with the specific exhibition situation in the ‘Studio im Hochhaus’, which is housed in the former offices of the ‘Volkssolidarität’ organisation for senior citizens’ welfare. The particular historical, architectural and socio-political features of this location – a ground-floor gallery in a high-rise complex built in the late 1980s where 50,000 people still live today – serve as the starting point for the works shown in this exhibition. These works are placed in relation to the site itself and to each other by means of a common spatial intervention – the removal of the ceiling panels. The aluminium grids, the revealed pipes and cables, and the concrete skeleton of the ceiling all create the impression of an archaeological dig; however, the difference here is that instead of excavating new layers of soil, an unhindered view of unexpected heights is revealed here.

 

http://studio-im-hochhaus.de/de/

Sleep is overrated, Kurt – Kurt, Berlin

(August 28 – September 13, 2020)

 

Heather Allen, Heike Baranowsky, Emmanuelle Castellan, Katharina Grosse, Ilona Kálnoky, Mark Le Ruez, Via Lewandowsky, Sophia Pompéry, Karin Sander, Salah Saouli, Karen Scheper, Veronika Witte, Jan Peter Zaugg, Georg Zey

 

Pünktlich zum Ortstermin 2020, dem Kunstfestival in Moabit, und zur Berlin Art Week nimmt Kurt-Kurt die Besucher*innen in der Gruppenausstellung Sleep is overrated mit auf eine Tour durch das internationale Kunstschaffen in Moabit.

Die Künstler*innen stellen mit ihren Werken, die teils extra für die Ausstellung geschaffen werden, der momentanen Situation zwischen unüberschaubarem Dschungel an Regeln oder der Flucht in gestreamte, digitale Welten ihre real erlebbaren Kunstwerke entgegen.

 

http://www.kurt-kurt.de/html/Aktuell.html

ALLES III, Studio im Hochhaus, Berlin

(Opening on January, 2020)

 

Now online