based in Berlin

Atelierhaus Monbijoupark, Oranienburger Str. 77
Berlin

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artists & participants

Dominik David Adamo AIDS-3DÖzlem AltinMichel AniolJulieta ArandaChristoph BannatTjorg Douglas BeerNina BeierNina Beier & Marie LundRocco BergerTobias BernstrupGerry BibbyKlaus BiesenbachMarc BijlJuliette BlightmanErik BlindermanJohn BockJuliette BonneviotMonica BonviciniMadeleine BoschanUlu BraunErik BüngerNina CanellNicolas CeccaldiJay Chung Clegg & GuttmannKerstin CmelkaKeren CytterKajsa DahlbergBjörn DahlemMariechen DanzAnne de VriesGiulio DelveSimon DennyMichele Di MennaChristian DiazAleksandra DomanovicSimon Dybbroe MollerMarianne EigenheerKöken Ergun Erro Evas Arche und der FeministHarun FarockiFredi FischliKasia FudakowskiSimon FujiwaraCyprien GaillardRainer GanahlAnna-Catharina GebbersAxel GerberAndreas GolderTue GreenfortPetrit HalilajJan HammerThomas HelbigAlexander HempelMax HenryFriedrich HerzYngve HolenDavid HominalLena Inken Schaefer Invisible PlaygroundChristian Jankowski Jay Chung & Q Takeki MaedaAdrian JeftichewNadia Kaabi-LinkeIlja KarilampiTobias KasparDionisis KavallieratosChristoph KellerTerence KohNina KönnemannJohn KornerWojciech KosmaKitty KrausApril LammOliver LaricAnnika LarssonAlexandra LeykaufKlara LidenIlya LipkinTrevor LloydMaria LobodaRobert LudwigMarie LundSara LundenTakeki MaedaMagdalena MagieraDafna MaimonRyan McLaughlinIsa MelsheimerKlaus MettigOlaf Metzel Ming WongGareth MooreShahryar NashatAnne NeukampKen OkiishiChristodoulos PanayiotouAude ParisetAmy PattonManfred PecklRaymond PettibonDirk PeukerRalf PflugfelderDaniel PflummAgnieszka PolskaLukas QuietzschRoseline RannochLisa RaveMandla ReuterMartha RoslerYorgos SapountzisThomas SauterThomas ScheibitzAriel SchlesingerChristoph SchlingensiefClemence SeillesMarkus SelgJeremy ShawHeji ShinTimur Si-QinKatharina SieverdingOrson SieverdingPola SieverdingDominik SittigAndreas SlominskiJuliane SolmsdorfFranz StauffenbergFiete Stolte Sunah ChoiQ Takeki MaedaAlexandros TzannisJannis VarelasCosta VeceDanh VoHelga WretmanShingo Yoshida 

curators

press release

Eröffnung 7. Juni, 18 Uhr Im Ateliergebäude Monbijoupark, Oranienburger Str. 77, 10178 Berlin, finden im Rahmen der Ausstellung jeden Abend Veranstaltungen statt.

Vom 8. Juni bis 24. Juli zeigt based in Berlin Arbeiten von rund 80 Künstlern, die in Berlin leben und arbeiten. Die Ausstellung umfasst alle zeitgenössischen Kunstpraktiken von Malerei und Zeichnung über Skulptur, Fotografie, Film und Video, von Textarbeiten und Performances bis zu Installationen. Wesentlicher Teil der Ausstellung ist ein umfangreiches Veranstaltungsprogramm mit Screenings, Performances, Workshops und Debatten.

Berlin hat sich seit dem Mauerfall zu einem der weltweit wichtigsten Produktionsorte für Gegenwartskunst entwickelt. Der Ruf Berlins als kreative, weltoffene und dynamische Stadt zieht ungebrochen viele Künstler aus dem In- und Ausland in die Hauptstadt. Die Ausstellung erzeugt eine räumliche und zeitliche Konzentration künstlerischer Aktivitäten der Stadt und macht sie einer breiten Öffentlichkeit zugänglich.

Based in Berlin zeigt im Atelierhaus Monbijoupark und vier weiteren Standorten Arbeiten von „emerging artists“, die in den letzten fünf Jahren in Erscheinung getreten sind. Eröffnung 7. Juni, 18 Uhr

Im Ateliergebäude Monbijoupark, Oranienburger Str. 77, 10178 Berlin, finden im Rahmen der Ausstellung jeden Abend Veranstaltungen statt.

Based in Berlin ist eine Ausstellung Berliner Gegenwartskunst im Atelierhaus Monbijoupark sowie in den KW Institute for Contemporary Art, der Nationalgalerie im Hamburger Bahnhof – Museum für Gegenwart – Berlin, dem Neuen Berliner Kunstverein n.b.k. und der Berlinischen Galerie – Landesmuseum für Moderne Kunst, Fotografie und Architektur – realisiert von der Kulturprojekte Berlin GmbH.

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based in Berlin

Three special art events will take place in June 2011. Shortly after the opening of the Venice Biennale on the 4th of June, the major survey exhibition based in Berlin will begin on June 8th in various locations throughout Berlin, followed by Art Basel on June 15th. Between the 54th International Art Biennale in Venice and the 42nd edition of Art Basel, based in Berlin invites visitors from around the world to view the work of some 80 artists living and working in Berlin at five locations in the German capital.

From June 8th to July 24th, the exhibition will show—in a format exemplary for the city's dynamic art production—the work of some 80 emerging artists who were selected and compiled by the five curators Angelique Campens, Fredi Fischli, Magdalena Magiera, Jakob Schillinger and Scott Cameron Weaver after visiting more than 500 studios.

In dialogue with the curators, many of the participating artists are developing new works especially for based in Berlin. Several of Berlin's well-known project spaces were also invited to use the venues within the exhibition to present selections of their own programme.

The studio building in Monbijoupark in Berlin-Mitte is the central exhibition location and is available as a production site for the participating artists before the opening. Starting on June 8th, performances, workshops, discussions and film screenings will take place on site every evening. The events include evenings organised by Berlin art and city magazines as well as artist performances and open-air concerts. The goal of this discursive event-programme is to encourage a lively exchange between artists, institutions, project spaces, critics, curators and the public. A bar is open every evening until midnight.

Berlin has developed into one of the world's most important centers for the production of contemporary art. As a creative and cosmopolitan city, it draws many artists from Germany and abroad. For all art enthusiasts, based in Berlin is the 2011 travel destination between Venice and Basel.

Opening of based in Berlin on June 7th at 6 pm Starting on June 8th, the studio building or so-called 'Atelierhaus at Monbijoupark', is open daily from 12 pm to 12 am. Free admission.

The exhibition continues at the following locations: KW Institute for Contemporary Art Nationalgalerie im Hamburger Bahnhof Neuer Berliner Kunstverein n.b.k. Berlinische Galerie

Simultaneously to the opening of based in Berlin many of Berlin's galleries decided to collectively open new exhibitions. The opening dates will be shown in the calendar at www.basedinberlin.com

The Governing Mayor of Berlin, Klaus Wowereit, provided the impetus for this exhibition within the context of the debate around the establishment of a permanent 'Kunsthalle' in Berlin. The making of the exhibition has been accompanied by three advisors: Klaus Biesenbach (New York), Christine Macel (Paris) and Hans Ulrich Obrist (London).

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based in Berlin
Six Weeks of Exhibitions, Talks, Performances
Kuratorische Berater: Klaus Biesenbach, Christine Macel, Hans Ulrich Obrist
Kuratoren: Angelique Campens, Fredi Fischli, Magdalena Magiera, Jakob Schillinger, Scott Cameron Weaver

Künstler: David Adamo, AIDS-3D , Akim , Özlem Altin, Julieta Aranda, Nina Beier (Nina Beier & Marie Lund), Rocco Berger, Gerry Bibby, Juliette Blightman, Erik Blinderman & Lisa Rave, Juliette Bonneviot, Erik Bünger, Nina Canell, Nicolas Ceccaldi, Sunah Choi, Jay Chung & Q Takeki Maeda, Kerstin Cmelka, Keren Cytter, Kajsa Dahlberg, Mariechen Danz, Giulio Delve, Simon Denny, Michele Di Menna, Aleksandra Domanovic, Simon Dybbroe Moller, Köken Ergun, Evas Arche und der Feminist , Mattias Fritsch, Kasia Fudakowski, Simon Fujiwara, Cyprien Gaillard, Tue Greenfort, Petrit Halilaj, Jan Hammer, Alexander Hempel, Yngve Holen, David Hominal, Hush Hush, Lena Inken Schaefer, Invisible Playground , Nadia Kaabi-Linke, Ilja Karilampi, Tobias Kaspar, Nina Könnemann, Asaf Koriat, Wojciech Kosma, Kitty Kraus, Oliver Laric, Alexandra Leykauf, Klara Liden, Ilya Lipkin, Trevor Lloyd, Maria Loboda, Florian Ludwig & Owen Hoskins, Dafna Maimon, Ryan McLaughlin, Gareth Moore, Shahryar Nashat, Anne Neukamp, Ken Okiishi, Palmbomen , Christodoulos Panayiotou, Pantha du Prince, Amy Patton, Dirk Peuker, Ralf Pflugfelder, Agnieszka Polska, Roseline Rannoch, Mandla Reuter, Yorgos Sapountzis, Thomas Sauter, Ariel Schlesinger, Jeremy Shaw, Heji Shin, Timur Si-Qin, Dominik Sittig, Juliane Solmsdorf, Fiete Stolte, Jana Unmüßig, Danh Vo, Ming Wong, Helga Wretman, Shingo Yoshida
after the butcher, Berlin (Robert Ludwig, Christian Diaz Orejarena, Michel Aniol, Anne Arlt, Vera Buhß, Friedrich Herz, Robert Lakomczyk, Lukas Quietzsch, Philip Shafer, Albert McCloud / Christoph Bannat, Axel Gerber / Gintersdorfer/Klaßen / Katja von Helldorff, Cristian Forte, Senta Burma, Sophie Heartbreakin' Fatale, Nean Lhok, Lady Gaby  / JOKAklubi , Ulu Braun, Miss le Bomb , Mimosa Pale, Pasi Mäkelä, Guests / Zigaretten Rauchen  / Clegg & Guttmann)
Autocenter, Berlin (two group exhibitions, curated by Max Henry and Manfred Peckl, and a solo show of artist Adrian Jeftichew)
Galerie im Regierungsviertel, Berlin (Judith Albrecht, Ronja Beer, Tjorg Douglas Beer, Tobias Bernstrup, Marc Bijl, John Bock, Monica Bonvicini, Madeleine Boschan, Björn Dahlem, Erró , Anna-Catharina Gebbers / Christoph Schlingensief, Marianne Eigenheer, Harun Farocki, Rainer Ganahl, Andreas Golder, Thomas Helbig, Christian Jankowski, Dionisis Kavallieratos, Christoph Keller, John Korner, Terence Koh, April Lamm, Annika Larsson, Sara Lunden, Isa Melsheimer, Klaus Mettig, Olaf Metzel, Raymond Pettibon, Daniel Pflumm, Martha Rosler, Thomas Scheibitz, Markus Selg, Katharina Sieverding, Orson Sieverding, Pola Sieverding, Andreas Slominski, Franz Stauffenberg, Alexandros Tzannis, Jannis Varelas, Costa Vece)
PMgalerie, Berlin (Aurelia Defrance, Julie Grosche mit Beiträgen von: Aude Pariset, Maxwell Simmer, Clemence Seilles / Raoul Zöllner, Anne de Vries)

Stationen:
Atelierhaus Monbijoupark, Berlin
KW Berlin
Hamburger Bahnhof, Berlin
Neuer Berliner Kunstverein, Berlin
Berlinische Galerie, Berlin