One weekend of the year – November 4th and 5th, 2017 – Schönebergs Art scene open to the public. The dense program of this weekend with 80 studios/ateliers and 15 galleries can hardly be walked on just two days.
This Schöneberger art walk has become an established institution and is celebrating its 10th anniversary. As a highlight, we as newcomer gallery collect artworks of 50 artist in the name of the Schöneberger Art Institution, in our project room, while established galleries offer their artists on programme.
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From Saturday November the 4th, 2pm until the 5th, 6pm the local art galleries and studios in Berlin Schöneberg invite visitors to art activities and open their locations to an art loving public.
Adequate footwear and warm clothes are required for an arty and cultural November weekend.
On this occasion of the schöneberger art 2017, we also present the group exhibition
SELF PORTRAIT / Selbst-Porträt
by participating artists.
Vernissage Thursday : 2.11.2017 – 7.00 pm
Exhibition from 2.11. – 10.11.2017
Finissage Friday : 10.11.2017 – 7.00 pm
A salon concert during the exhibition
“Artist in Residence: Amnon David Ar”
at zinc-art, Großgörschenstraße 35.
On the occasion of the gallery weekend ‘Schöneberger Art’, Ori Wissner-Levy from the Berliner Philharmoniker accompanies the work of Amnon David Ar.
Enjoy the following violin solos:
- Bartok: Sonata for Solo Violin Sz. 117, BB 124
- Tempo di ciaccona
- Bach: Partita in D minor for solo violin (BWV 1004)
- Allemanda – Corrente – Sarabanda – Giga – Ciaccona
Jaap De Jonge (1949)
Studied Dutch Language and Literature at the Rijksuniversiteit Groningen (Netherlands). Autodidact photographer. Since 2005, active in the field of art photography. Resides and works in Anloo, a small village in the North of the Netherlands.
In addition to ‘common’ art photography, Jaap’s photo work mainly consists of pictures of men (Dutch Male Art). For centuries, men have often been portrayed as strong and powerful figures. This is the traditional image that generally is in keeping with a heterosexual society. But there is another side: vulnerability. The vulnerable male often provokes emotions that are recognizable, but which we don’t really want to see in ‘real’ men.
After an interesting ‘artist talk’ with Dr. Dorothea Heim (art historian) and Stephan Harmanus himself, the works of the artist can be seen until saturday.
We cordially invite you on this evening to meet the artist again for an open discussion.
On Saturday, 24 June from 6 pm
We are looking forward seeing you again!