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A project space featuring works by Osías Yanov, Tara Transitory, Matana Roberts, Madame Nielsen, Ieva Epnere, Edi Hila and others
Reopening on May 12, the daadgalerie will be transformed for the next few months into a free-form space for presentations and public dialogue. Current and former Artists-in-Berlin Program fellows are invited to activate the gallery in conjunction with existing networks and collaborative partners and to develop and implement improvised and ephemeral formats and ideas. The fragility of the current situation becomes not only a condition of production but also the focus of artistic examination in various ways. As invitations to experience collective forms of perception, contributing projects and their traces evolve into a collection of highly diverse testaments to physical presence.

An intervention by Osías Yanov incorporating the front window façade of the daadgalerie seeks a continual dialogue with the public and neighborhood residents on the street in the form of text-based and performative activations, calling into question the state of what’s public and closed off at the same time. Gallery boundaries between interior and exterior become permeable, speaking to the current state of uncertainty. Events presented by participating artists inside the spaces connect in an immediate and novel way to life on the street via the open façade, giving voice to a potential sense of levity and community.

During this program the daadgalerie is open from May 12–August 2, 2020, Tuesday to Sunday from 5–9pm. All activities presented in the spaces will be announced separately.


Comprehensive hygienic and protective measures for protecting visitors and employees were taken at the reopening in accordance with State of Berlin regulatory standards.

Installationview reopening daadgalerie, project by Osías Yanov
Photo: Artists-in-Berlin Program


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