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Das Giftraum Berlin | Final exhibition & art auction

I contributed two framed photographs for the ART AUCTION in support of DAS GIFTDAS GIFTRAUM and FRIDAYS FOR FUTURE – and the very last exhibition curated by Rachel Burns taking place at DAS GIFTRAUM. Thanks Rachel – for all the good times as well having spent at DAS GIFT, Berlin’s best pub!

Artworks donated by:
Philipp Ackermann, Rosa Barba, Phil Collins, Chris Dennis, Lucy Dyson, Molly Dyson,Verónica García-Montero, Alexander Gehring, Martyn Goodacre, Douglas Gordon, Stephanie Hamer, Miranda Holmes, Thomas Judisch, Ute Klein, Ivana Kličković, Karla Marchesi, Daniela Milosevic, Alice Morey, Isaac Moss, Molly Nilsson, Christian Perdix, Myriam Perrot, Susan Philipsz, Alana Richards, Julia Schiller, Valerie Schmidt, Oliver Schneider, Michael Tan, Louise Thomas, Pádraig Timoney

Online Auction: Nov 13, 2020 — Mar 6, 2021
Final bids: Saturday, March 6, 2021, 10 pm (CET)

Das Giftraum is an independent exhibition space which hosts exhibitions and projects by international and Berlin based artists. We primarily provide the space to artists in the early stages of their career, although internationally renowned artists such as Douglas Gordon have also presented work in the space. The room was a former darts club inside the Kneipe Das Gift in Neukölln, and is entirely funded by the profits from the bar.

Open since 2011, the space has been used to display a wide variety of media including painting, photography, film and slide projections, sound installations, poetry, dance and performance, as well as book and magazine launches and pop-up tattoo parlours. Exhibitions are installed for one weekend, giving each exhibition and the program as a whole a special intensity. The intersection of bar and exhibition space creates new context and meaning for the space and the work.

Related links
→ Das Giftraum: Website | Instagram
→ All features for Das Giftraum on PiB Photography in Berlin
→ Our exhibition ACMV × Das Giftraum | Bubble & Scrape

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