Due to the current Covid situation, we had to temporarily close our Berlin exhibition space Daimler Contemporary. We hope to see you again soon.
The work of the artist Ulrike Flaig reflects a parallel rooting in the media of drawing, installation, performance and experimental music. Her spatial installation Picture in Motion, 2017, translates an abstract pictorial configuration into three-dimensional painting and sound. In the video, the artist gives insight into her handling of compositional principles, music, translation processes and […]
The art historian Renate Wiehager, director of the Daimler Art Collection, and Paul Maenz, a former companion of the artist and after 1970 one of the leading gallery owners of the time, will provide an insight into the work of Charlotte Posenenske (1930 – 1985, D), who was one of the pioneering German artists of […]
Annabelle Hirsch reviews the recent publication “Marcel Duchamp and the Women. Friendship, Cooperation, Network” as a book, “not only about Marcel Duchamp, but about the women of the 20th century and about the role of friendship in the Avantgarde.” Hirsch points out the great overview of biographies, images, documents and texts about the Artists, Writers […]
The Berlin newspaper taz has published a review of the current Exhibition “31: Women” at Daimler Contemporary, Berlin. The review emphasizes the contemporary, global take on the topic of Feminist exhibition history and discusses works by Artists Adejoke Tugbiyele, Sonia Khurana and Charlotte Moorman in detail. In German language. Read the Review on taz online […]