Grafik: Rimini Berlin
Tender Hooks – Goldrausch 2022
10 September–30 October 2022
Opening: 09.09.2022, 5–10p.m.
Kommunale Galerie Berlin
• Elisa Jule Braun • Ipek Burçak • Marta Djourina • Sarah Godfrey • Sophie Hilbert • Kristiane Kegelmann • Miji Ih • Sarah Loibl • Toni Mauersberg • Katharina Reich • Stefanie Schwarzwimmer • Babette Semmer • Stefania Smolkina • Anna Roberta Vattes • Constanze Vogt •
The exhibition Tender Hooks – Goldrausch 2022 will run from September 10th until October 30th and features works of the 15 women artists participating in the Goldrausch Künstlerinnenprojekt 2022. For the first time ever, the final exhibition will take place in the Kommunale Galerie Berlin in Berlin-Wilmersdorf.
Every year since its foundation in 1989, the professionalisation programme has brought together 15 women artists from every field of the visual arts and with different experiences, personal aspirations and goals. What unites them is a common desire to establish themselves as artists. The one-year training course supports them in this endeavour by imparting the necessary professional knowledge and offering a forum for collegial exchange. This creates a counter-model to the archetype of the lone wolf, which is prevalent in the art world and throughout art history. This model aims to overcome the structural barriers that still exist for women in the arts today.
curated by Julia Heunemann and Hannah Kruse
Every Wednesday there is an opportunity to meet and talk with individual artists in the exhibition.
Sunday, 11 September, 12noon–1.30pm.
Exhibition tour with curator Julia Heunemann and exhibiting artists in the context of the KGB Art Week. The talk is in German spoken language.
Tuesday, 27 September, 3pm – 4.30pm
Exhibition tour with Gloria Aino Grzywatz, curator and art mediator, and with exhibiting artists.
Wednesday, 05 October, 3pm – 4.30pm – unfortunately cancelled
Exhibition tour with gallerist Heike Tosun (Soy Capitán) and exhibiting artists.
Sunday, 30 October, 3pm–4.30pm
Exhibition tour with art historian and journalist Julia Meyer-Brehm and exhibiting artists. The talk is in German spoken language.
Sunday, 18 September, 3pm–5pm
Drawing in the exhibition with Sarah Loibl, Toni Mauersberg and Babette Semmer.
Starting from their own drawing practice, the three artists Babette Semmer, Sarah Loibl and Toni Mauersberg will show you new ways to draw in the exhibition spaces. All people from 5–105 years are welcome, drawing skills are not necessary. Languages: Spoken German and English language
Please register until September, 16 at firstname.lastname@example.org
Tuesday, 18 October, 8pm–10pm
Screening with short films at Filmrauschpalast Moabit, followed by a discussion in German spoken language.
Filmrauschpalast, Lehrter Straße 35, 10557 Berlin-Moabit, www.filmrausch.de
Creative workshops for school classes and adults are offered in the studio at Kommunale Galerie Berlin. All information can be found at www.kommunalegalerie-berlin.de/atelier/
Closing of the exhibition
Sunday, 30 October 2022, 3pm–5pm.
Runtime: 10 September–30 October 2022
Opening: 09.09.2022, 5–10 p.m.
Mon, Tue, Thu, Fr 10 a.m.–5 p.m.
Wed 10 a.m.–7 p.m.
Sat-Sun 11 a.m.–5 p.m.
Kommunale Galerie Berlin
Public transport connection is approx. 200m away. The BVG stop Fehrbelliner Platz is operated by the U-Bahn lines U2, U3, U7 as well as the bus lines 101, 115, 143..
Parking is available in front of the Kommunale Galerie Berlin.
The exhibition space is accessible from the ground level and is equipped with an elevator.
Please observe the hygiene regulations of the Kommunale Galerie Berlin as recommended by the Senate Department for Culture and Europe:
FFP2 mouth and nose covering must be worn in the exhibition rooms and the distance rule of 1.5 metres must be kept to other visitors.
As the access regulations are dependent on pandemic developments and may change at short notice, we kindly ask you to check the current regulations on the website of the Kommunale Galerie Berlin at short notice before your visit.
Impressions of the exhibition opening
Photos: Jasmin Valcarcel Photography
Friday, 9 September, 5pm–10pm, speeches at 6pm on the square in front of the gallery
Ulrike Gote, Senator for Science, Health, Care and Equality
Heike Schmitt-Schmelz, City Councillor for Culture, Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf
Elke von der Lieth, Director of the Kommunale Galerie Berlin
Sabine Bangert, Board of Directors, Goldrausch Frauennetzwerk Berlin e. V.
Hannah Kruse and Julia Heunemann, curators of the exhibition
There will be a bar with cold drinks outside.
From 7pm: Tender Tunes
DJ-Set by AAA
Project management: Hannah Kruse, Course coordination: Veronika Bartelt, Trainee: Katharina Faller, Finance and Accounting: Ulrike Riebel, Lotta Bartoschewski, Project Assistance: Mara Baumbach, Curators: Hannah Kruse, Julia Heunemann