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Zilberman presents international contemporary artists. In addition to an ambitious exhibition program presented in Berlin and Istanbul, Zilberman organizes artist talks, catalog launches and discussions. As part of the Artist Residence Program, Zilberman offers artists the opportunity to work in Berlin for two months.

Past

26.04. – 22.06. The Body That Moves. Performance program. Erinç Seymen, Andrège Bidiamambu, Judith Raum, Ekin Bernay, Lauryn Youden, Heba Y. Amin, Rose Lejeune, Margarita Tsomou. (Goethestr. 82)

Platform 82 powered by Zilberman is a new art space that aims to bring together artists, curators and institutions from different corners of the world, generating dialogue through conversations, presentations, publications, and exchange programs.

23.02. – 28.04. Residual Entries. Yane Calovski. Repro Schöning Revisited: Extensions, Chroma, Inflections, Yane Calovski, 2022, archival pigment print, Photo: Jean-Jacques Valès
15.12.2023 – 10.02. Dust and Mold. Eşref Yıldırım. Repro I Love Myself - Trailer, Eşref Yıldırım, 2020, video still
15.12.2023 – 10.02. Namelessform. Memed Erdener. Painting, Installation, Digital Art. Repro Namelessform 0227, Memed Erdener , 2023
19.10.2023 – 17.02. Instances of Erasure. Video screening program. Bani Abidi, Sena Başöz, Hera Büyüktaşcıyan, Isaac Chong Wai, Itamar Gov, Simon Wachsmuth, Iz Öztat, Guido Casaretto. (Goethestr. 82) Repro Neue Wache, Isaac Chong Wai, 2015, Video, 10:52 min

Platform 82 | Zilberman | Berlin is a new art space at Goethestr. 82 in Berlin. The platform aspires to bring together creative minds from around the globe, to generate dialogue through conversations, presentations, publications, and exchange programs. The Platform will start its activities in october 2023, bringing together 8 video works by 8 artists, accompanied by a series of interactions between artists, curators and institutions.

12.09.2023 – 25.11.2023 The Passage of Amnesia. Ghost Variations, 1st Regression. Omar Barquet. Painting, Print, Sculpture, Textile art, Media Art.
30.04.2023 – 29.07.2023 Transit. Curated by Lotte Laub and Susanne Weiß. Yane Calovski, Hristina Ivanoska, Antje Engelmann, Memed Erdener, Hanna Frenzel, Itamar Gov, Fatoş İrwen, Iz Öztat, Judith Raum, Sim Chi Yin, Annette Weisser
28.04.2023 – 29.07.2023 solo exhibition. Itamar Gov. Sculpture
17.02.2023 – 15.04.2023 Sûr. Fatoş İrwen. Painting, Sculpture, Fotografie, Media Art.

For her exhibition Sûr, Fatoş İrwen chose the soil, the earth of her homeland, Diyarbakır, as a theme. As the largest Kurdish-majority city in Turkey, with its geography, past and current political histories, its people, its casualties, the land is saturated with meaning. 

16.12.2022 – 04.02.2023 The Last Question. Pedro Gómez-Egaña. Sculpture, Performance. Repro The Last Question, Pedro Gómez-Egaña, 2022



The Last Question

The Last Question is an exhibition centred on a single, ongoing performance. It borrows from the tradition of planetariums as sites for the theatrical visualisation of phenomena at the edge of comprehension. Unlike planetariums however, The Last Question does not present a visual spectacle of the universe, but a concert of immediacies, an intimate encounter of bodies, a setting-of-stage, a demonstration.



 

15.12.2022 – 04.02.2023 The Last Question. Pedro Gómez-Egaña. Mixed.

The Last Question is an exhibition centred on a single, ongoing performance inspired by Isaac Asimov’s eponymous science fiction story. The exhibition welcomes visitors to enter an intimate space for experiencing a live music performance on an instrument built by the artist.

15.12.2022 – 04.02.2023 The Last Question. Pedro Gómez-Egaña. Mixed.

The Last Question is an exhibition centred on a single, ongoing performance inspired by Isaac Asimov’s eponymous science fiction story. The exhibition welcomes visitors to enter an intimate space for experiencing a live music performance on an instrument built by the artist.

09.09.2022 – 26.11.2022 Seven Deadly Sins. Print, Sculpture, Media Art. Repro Saligia, 2019 (4 bronze sculptures, textile) & Genius Malignus (Evil Demon), 2018 (mixed media on paper), Simon Wachsmuth, Photo: Renato Ghiazza (detail)

Simon Wachsmuth’s work revolves around the handling of historical narratives, often linked to the history of the Middle and East Asia. In his third solo show at Zilberman, Simon Wachsmuth chooses to investigate particular histories that set out from his current home and workplace in Berlin. By addressing the theme of war entangled with history, both public and private, Wachsmuth shows how power structures shape our conception of history and our environment.

01.05.2022 – 30.07.2022 Heba Y. Amin. Sculpture, Fotografie, Textile art
23.02.2022 – 23.04.2022 one one two one two three. Zeynep Kayan. Fotografie, Media Art. Repro fromt he series one one two one two three, Zeynep Kayan, 2022
14.12.2021 – 12.02.2022 Of Goats, Scapes and Appropriations. Guido Casaretto. Sculpture, Media Art. Repro Pillar IV, Guido Casaretto, 2021, Cellular concrete, 305 x 50 x 140 cm, Photo: Chroma

Guido Casaretto has examined making materials visible as a result of formation processes. For him, it is about imitating these processes in order to enable himself and the viewer to understand something that has come into being over time. The exhibition  comprises sculptural works and the video Crossing Carnevale (2019) in which the artist deals with different appropriation processes and allows them to become a setting for confrontation themselves. 

14.12.2021 – 12.02.2022 Of Goats, Scapes and Appropriations. Guido Casaretto. Sculpture, Media Art. Repro Black Hole (church bench), Guido Casaretto, 2020, Cast of wood chips, 6 pieces; 90 x 130 x 50 cm (each), Photo: Chroma

Guido Casaretto has examined making materials visible as a result of formation processes. For him, it is about imitating these processes in order to enable himself and the viewer to understand something that has come into being over time. The exhibition  comprises sculptural works and the video Crossing Carnevale (2019) in which the artist deals with different appropriation processes and allows them to become a setting for confrontation themselves. 

14.12.2021 – 12.02.2022 Of Goats, Scapes and Appropriations. Guido Casaretto. Sculpture, Media Art. Repro Installationsansicht, Guido Casaretto, Photo: Chroma

Guido Casaretto has examined making materials visible as a result of formation processes. For him, it is about imitating these processes in order to enable himself and the viewer to understand something that has come into being over time. The exhibition  comprises sculptural works and the video Crossing Carnevale (2019) in which the artist deals with different appropriation processes and allows them to become a setting for confrontation themselves. 

14.09.2021 – 27.11.2021 One Day We’ll Understand. Chi Yin Sim. Fotografie, Media Art. Repro From the series: Interventions, Sim Chi Yin, 2020, Original archive image: Imperial War Museums collection (British combat troops abseiling down from a helicopter, Malaya, September 1964), Photo: Sim Chi Yin

Chi Yin’s exhibition One Day We’ll Understand questions the colonial and postcolonial histories and historiographies of the 12-year guerrilla war in British Malaya, which the British colonial power euphemistically termed the ‘Malayan Emergency’ (1948–1960). Communists, who had led the resistance against Japan in World War II, now spearheaded the anti-colonial struggle.

29.04.2021 – 21.08.2021 Recurrence 2. kuratiert von Lotte Laub. Heba Y. Amin, Alpin Arda Bağcık, Isaac Wai Chong, Pedro Gómez-Egaña, Zeynep Kayan, Sandra del Pilar, Simon Wachsmuth. Painting, Print, Sculpture, Media Art. Repro Question #2: When Are We Wrong? // Question #2: When Are We Right?, Isaac Chong Wai, 2021, Acryl auf Leinwand, je 160 x 120 cm, Photo: Chroma

Recurrence 2 looks at changes in how history is viewed as well as ruptures and transitions. It is about ambiguity rather than binarity, while our tendency is always to simplify reality, so that we can get a grip on it, but at the same time this is exactly the starting point for conflicts and polarisations of the kind that are again heating up the world’s political climate.

05.12.2020 – 17.04.2021 Level 3. Manaf Halbouni. Sculpture, Fotografie, Textile art, Media Art

Im Mittelpunkt der Soloausstellung Level 3 von Manaf Halbouni steht das medienübergreifende Langzeitprojekt What If. Was wäre, wenn die industrielle Revolution nicht in Europa, sondern im Osmanischen Reich und der arabischen Welt stattgefunden hätte und wenn letztere Europa in der ersten Hälfte des 20. Jahrhunderts besiegt hätten? In What If kehrt Manaf Halbouni Geschichtsverläufe um in einer Mischung aus Fiktion, historischen Fakten und gegenwärtigen Konflikten.

11.09.2020 – 14.11.2020 Both Eyes in My Two Hands. Sandra del Pilar. Painting. Repro Who am I and how much?, Sandra del Pilar, 2019, Acrylic and oil on canvas and transparent synthetic fibers, 195 x 305 cm, Photo: Carlo Sintermann
26.06.2020 – 29.08.2020 Recurrence. Kuratiert von Lotte Laub. Isaac Chong Wai, Elmas Deniz, Simon Wachsmuth. Painting, Sculpture, Media Art. Repro Exhibition view: Recurrence, Zilberman | Berlin, front: Simon Wachsmuth, 0,7 (2004); back: Isaac Chong Wai, Line series (2019–2020), Photo: Chroma
21.02.2020 – 13.06.2020 Im Heimweh ist ein blauer Saal. kuratiert von Jürgen Kaumkötter. Heba Y. Amin, Maja Bajević, Herta Müller, Else Lasker-Schüler. Painting, Print, Fotografie, Media Art
22.11.2019 – 08.02.2020 Alpin Arda Bağcik. Painting
06.09.2019 – 09.11.2019 What is the future in the past? And what is the past in the future? . Isaac Chong Wai. Sculpture, Fotografie, Textile art, Media Art
25.04.2019 – 27.07.2019 Interrupted Halfway Through. Burçak Bingöl. Sculpture, Media Art, Mixed
09.11.2018 – 05.01.2019 Azade Köker. Painting, Sculpture
15.09.2018 – 02.11.2018 A Rectilinear Propagation of Thought. Heba Y. Amin. Sculpture, Fotografie, Media Art
27.04.2018 – 31.07.2018 The Common Ancestor. Pedro Gómez-Egaña. Sculpture, Media Art
09.02.2018 – 14.04.2018 Summer was a Beautiful Day. Antonio Cosentino. Painting, Sculpture
25.11.2017 – 27.01.2018 Beauty of Bigotry. Memed Erdener. Painting
14.09.2017 – 17.09.2017 art berlin - Fair for Modern and Contemporary Art. (STATION BERLIN, Luckenwalder Str. 4 – 6, 10963 Berlin) Azade Köker
09.09.2017 – 11.11.2017 Mehtap Baydu & Peter Anders: Sympathie. Eingeladen von René Block. Painting, Print, Sculpture, Fotografie, Performance
28.04.2017 – 31.07.2017 I am and I am not. Aisha Khalid. Painting, Print, Sculpture, Textile art, Media Art
04.03.2017 – 20.04.2017 Some Descriptive Acts. Simon Wachsmuth. Sculpture, Media Art
14.01.2017 – 25.02.2017 The Black Tower. Kuratiert von Nat Muller. Walid Siti. Painting, Print, Sculpture
11.10.2016 – 23.12.2016 The Red Gaze. kuratiert von A.S. Bruckstein Çoruh. Arnold Schönberg, Sarkis, Aisha Khalid, Ali Kaaf, Şükran Moral, Ahmet Elhan, Eşref Yıldırım, Extramücadele, Imran Qureshi, Rebecca Raue, u.a.. Painting, Print, Sculpture, Fotografie, Textile art, Media Art, Mixed
29.04.2016 – 31.07.2016 Ultrahabitat. Heba Y. Amin, Burçak Bingöl, Azade Köker, Şükran Moral, Imran Qureshi, Walid Siti. Painting, Sculpture, Performance, Mixed
 

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