The "Berliner Bahnhof" group exhibition is dedicated to Berlin, the capital of the international contemporary art world, but not restricted to German artists or even to a fixed selection of artists or works.
It is a fact that Berlin is the current capital of the upcoming Art, becoming a thinking tank where artists arriving from all around the World perform and connect.
In this sense, the show is closely linked with our Studio Program. Conceptually it will be an "under construction" exhibition, as the former, current and upcoming artists taking part in the CCA Artist-in-Residence Program will have the opportunity to show their works.
The title is obviously referring to Hamburger Bahnhof in Berlin, one of the most prestigious museums of contemporary art. The transitory nature of the Bahnhof is literally reflected in the exhibition concept and shows how the art scene in Berlin is constantly changing due to the on going arrivals and departures of artists from around the world who choose to live and work in Berlin for a certain period of time in their career.
"Berliner Bahnhof" will become a place of fluctuation where everything can happen and some high profiled artists will take over the territory while others are just passing by.
ARTISTS: Pablo Alonso (1969, ES), Søren Behncke (1987, DK), Sofie Bird Møller (1974, DK), Niels Bonde (1961, DK), Peter Bonde (1958, DK), Slater Bradley (1975, US), Rose Eken (1976, DK), Slawomir Elsner (1976, PL), Yago Hortal (1983, ES), Daniel Jackson (1972, US), Malene Landgreen (1962, DK), Mayo & Valor (1982, ES), Zoë C. Miller (1984, US), Mira O'Brien (1982, US), Rebecca Partridge (1976, UK), Abdul Sharif Baruwa (1975, IT), Meredyth Sparks (1972, US).