2014

25. October

„AVERAGE FREEDOM IN AN AVERAGE SPACE“

Thorbjørn Bechmann,
Uffe Isolotto,
Renata Kaminska,
Katya Sander

Kreuzberg Pavillon,
Berlin, D

 

10. September

„Closer to Gaza“,

Benefit auction for medical aid to Gaza.
Initiated by Dani Gal and Assaf Gruber
with Ai Weiwei, Yael Bartana, Jimmie Durham, Michaela Eichwald, Mona Hatoum, Dani Gal, Assaf Gruber, Omer Fast, Renata Kaminska, Maria Loboda, Yorgos Sapountzis, Tomás Saraceno, Wilhelm Sasnal, Rirkrit Tiravanija and Lynette Yiadom-Boakye and other
10–21.09.2014, Kühlhaus, Berlin

 

24. Mai

„Das stille Leben des Sammlers Kempinski

Exile Gallery, Berlin/NYC
thisisexile.com

 

20. March

„DRIVE THE CHANCE“,

Kevin Aeschbacher, Tjorg Douglas Beer, Clifford Errol Bruckmann, Joe Coleman, Aldo Cristofaro, Mariechen Danz, Andy Hope 1930, Renata Kaminska, Anselm Kiefer, Alicja Kwade, Kris Martin, David Ostrowski, Ricarda Roggan, Sterling Ruby, Michael Sailstorfer, Martin G. Schmid, Josh Smith, Dash Snow, Kasper Sonne, Oscar Tuazon, Costa Vece, Thomas Zipp, u.a.
curator: Annette Spesshardt Portatius
100plus
Hohlstrasse 100
CH-8004 Zürich, Switzerland

 

08. Marc

FRAUENTAG, Kreuzberg Pavillon, Berlin
Regine José Galindo, Mathilde ter Heijne, Renata Kaminska

Summer 1910
At the Women’s Conference in Kopenhagen two friends,
Clara Zetkin (Wiederau, Kingdom of Saxony) Rosa
Luxemburg (Zamość, Russian-Poland), propose the
introduction of an international women’s day, an idea
that came from the USA where the national women’s
committee wants to initiate a national day of action for
the women’s suffrage.

1911
The first International Women’s Day takes place.
There are no flowers.

1933-1945
Under the National Socialist Regime the International
Women’s day is officially being banned. Instead Mother’s
day, which is closer to the National Socialist ideas,
becomes an official holiday. Despite the ban the
International Women’s Day continues to exist, not in the
streets but in private homes. Celebrating the 8th of
march becomes a sign of resistance. Secret symbols are
‘airing’ red objects at the windows or clotheslines and
the red carnation that lasted until today.

08.03.1994
With the so called Women’sStrikeDay experiences a
comeback. Since then on the 8th of march there are
more and more events promoting women’s rights.

2002
Bahrein establishes the female suffrage, over 100 years
after it was first established in Wyoming,USA 1870 and
12 years after the canton Appenzell, Switzerland
introduced it (last of the Europeans) in 1990.

2014
Even 20 years after the Women’sStrikeDay the top
annual salaries of 100 000 – 250 000 Euro are by 91,6%
being earned by men.

The Luxemburgian EU Commissioner Viviane Reding
states : “As long as we have to celebrate a women’s day,
there is no gender equality […] ”

Róża!, how did that go again with the matriarchy?
www.kreuzbergpavillon.de

 

22. Februar

UNKNOWN MASTERPIECES“,
Lutz Braun, Iris van Dongen, Matthias Dornfeld, Andy Hope 1930, Saana Inari, Renata Kaminska, Michael Kunze, Joep van Liefland, Catherine Lorent, René Luckhardt, Olli Piippo, Jarkko Räsänen, Andrea Stappert, Brigitte Zimmermann u.a

WONDERLOCH KELLERLAND, Berlin
www.wonderloch-kellerland.org





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