Our association is actively preparing 2019, the seventh edition of the festival schedules the second week of May probably.
Even if the majority of the exhibitions should be located again in the capital, including the Mudam, Casino Forum for Contemporary Art, MnHA and Cercle-Cité, the cities of Dudelange, Ettelbruck and Clervaux are expected to be partners again. We are hopeful to have with us, as in the past, the Arsenal exhibition space in Metz and we are considering the possibility to have the Centre Pompidou as partner. For the time being, nothing is signed because there are still too many unknowns : there will be a new director at Mudam, Mrs Daniele Igniti of the City of Dudelange will retire, she who has carried at arm’s length an impressive set of initiatives in Dudelange and especially at the Nei Liicht gallery. We will see.
What exactly is Kulturprojekte Berlin?
– Moritz van Dülmen / director – “There is not just one core business. We see ourselves as part of a network who realize projects with different partners. For example, there are moments when people say, “The city has to do something.” And we, as a public service – but structured like a full-service agency- implement that request. It is important that we care for overall public interest ; it builds a relation of trustful partnership with people who want to get involved with the city without taking anyprofit from it.
But we are also service providers, publish the “Museum Journal” for the museums, run the website “Bühnenportal” for the theaters of Berlin or created for the Senate a municipal office for the arts, a center for cultural promotion and creative industries, where people learn about funding opportunities.”
– Source: https://www.berliner-zeitung.de/24107602 © 2017
Successful opening of our common exhibition project “ Looking for the Clouds“ and simultanously the Opening of Eyes On – Month of Photography Vienna at Musa – the city gallery of Vienna; “Looking for the Clouds” is a common project with artists dealing with photography in times of conflict. The opening was very well attended. Dr Berthold Ecker stressed the importance of international collaboration in times of a fragile EU.
Artists in the Vienna show:
Tanja Boukal, Raphaël Dallaporta, Balázs Deim, Hans-Peter Feldmann, Rainer Ganahl, Gelitin, Aldo Giannotti, Samuel Gratacap, Ibro Hasanović, Anna Jermolaewa, Carine & Elisabeth Krecké, Daniel Mayrit, Dimitris Michalakis, Florian Rainer, Wolfgang Reichmann, Julian Röder, Panos Tsagaris;