Kunst am Spreeknie
Art lovers can explore between 10 and 13 July 2014: about 30 exhibitions, more than 100 open studios, numerous performances, concerts, installations and themed tours, which the already traditional Jazz Gallery and a large ArtSale as a final highlight to show the diversity of the Berlin suburb Oberschöneweide with his unique urban and industrial landscape .
Territorial core are the two Festivalareals at Nalepastraße and Rathenau 2.0 (Area around Wihleminenhofstrasse)- here for the audience opens up an art tour in the heart of historic electropolis Schoeneweide both sides of the Spree.
Admission to all events is free.
Since I have my studio in Schöneweide I will participate in various events like:
Exhibition ZENTRALSTATION (CENTRAL STATION)
Offering a varied insight into the artistic work presented by Schöneweide Artists, CENTRAL STATION is the large community exhibition of the festival at Rathenau halls in Wilhelminenhofstrasse. The curators Längert Lutz and Dr. Peter Sparks managed to put together an interesting as well as multi-layered presentation of art and to design in the context of Schöneweide surburb. The works were selected from approximately 70 artists.
Opening:. Thursday, 10.7, 19 h. (see Specials) Running Time: 10.7. - 26/07/2014
Guided tours: Saturday, 12.7. 2014, 15 h. - with Lutz Längert | Sunday, 07.13. 2014, 15 h. - with Dr. Peter Sparks
Finissage July 26, 2014, 19 clock - artist talks with sandwiches and beer
Opening times for Art on Spreeknie Fri 18.7, 16-21 h , Sat, 19.7, 13-21 h, Sun , 20.7, 13-18 h, Fr, 25.7, 16-21 h, Sat 26.7.... ., 13-21 h
Rathenau Halls | Building 44/34.1 | Wilhelminenhofstr. 83-85, 12459 Berlin
Open Studios (Offene Ateliers)
More than 100 artists studios can be visit on Saturday, July 12 from 13-20 h. and on Sunday attended the July 13 between 13-18 h. My studio is of course also open and it´s located at Wilhelminenhofstrasse 83-85, Building 83, 2nd Floor, room 305.I am looking forward for your visit and interest.
More at: www.art-on-spreeknie.de & www.johannesgerard.com
View from my studio window