Public SALOON Events



 

SALOON 7th Birthday Party

June 26, 2019 at Kim Bar, Berlin



Glühweinumtrunk

December 12, 2018 at Gendarmenmarkt, Berlin

Christmas market visit



About Claiming Needles - Panel discussion on Embroidery Art

December 7, 2018, 6 pm

At: DAM Gallery, Berlin

With the artists Alma Alloro (Israel/Germany), Jan Kuck (Germany) and Eduardo Kac (USA), who will be represented by DAM Gallery Director Wolf Lieser (Germany), and the curators Peggy Schoenegge (Germany) and Darja Zub (Ukraine/Germany).

The panel discussion explores the social and cultural aspects of embroidery art and its origins. Through the lens of the artists, who use embroidery as an artistic medium, the nuances and complexities of attribution and its history will be discussed and boundaries of its meaning and expression will be pushed. The panel discussion is part of the program of peer to space's online exhibition CLAIMING NEEDLES - Positions of Contemporary Embroidery Art and organized by Saloon Berlin.

claiming-needles.net



Support Your Local Culture // Diversity - Empowerment - Exchange

November 20, 2018, 4 - 10 pm

By Kulturförderpunkt Berlin

At: Werkstatt der Kulturen, Berlin-Neukölln



"Why Have There Been No Great Women Artists?"* Part II

September 27, 2018, 8 pm

At: ACUD STUDIO, Berlin

 

All speakers from the SALOON network:

Liberty Adrien (Hamburg) / Magali Desbazeille (Paris) / Ornella Fieres (Berlin) / Ce Jian (Berlin) / Anne Simone Krüger (Hamburg) / Nadine Lemke (Vienna) /

Beatrice Miersch (Berlin) / Peggy Schoenegge (Berlin) / Franziska Storch (Hamburg) / Darja Zub (Berlin) 

 

*"Why Have There Been No Great Women Artists?" is the title of an essay by Linda Nochlin (1931-2017) from 1971. The American art historian examines the institutional hurdles responsible for the massive underrepresentation of female artists in the art world. The SALOON, the network for women working in the Berlin, Hamburg, Vienna and Parisian art industries, together with Performing Encounters, uses Nochlin's ideas as an opportunity to raise public awareness of women in the art of the past decades. In short lectures, SALOON members introduce topics and personalities that have helped shape the art scene of their respective time, but in the history of which little or no consideration has been given.

 

Moderated by Yvonne Zindel and Tina Sauerlaender. Organized by Performing Encounters and SALOON Berlin

 

Please visit the SALOON Vimeo-Account for further information.

Photos by Darja Zub



Invisible To Whom? Not to me

July 1, 2018, 7 pm

At: Literaturhaus Berlin

Organized by Distinguished Diva Collective and SALOON Berlin

An open discussion and screening of short films that explore the incessant experience of invisibility of women of the African diaspora globally. There is a connectedness in the culture of Blackness internationally, but there are nuances and complexities that differentiate those experiences. An exploration of how the Black body can be both ignored while also being over-sexualized in the hands of the white gaze. Through the lens of women identified Black filmmakers, from each continent, who offer counter-narratives that dismantle the flattening of Black Womanhood.

Photos by Darja Zub



"Why Have There Been No Great Women Artists?"* 

November 17, 2017, 8 pm

At: ACUD MACHT NEU, Berlin

 

All speakers from the SALOON Berlin network: 

Sophia Gräfe, Hannah Beck-Mannagetta, Marina Beeck, Anne Bitterwolf, Carolin Leistenschneider, Maria Nitulescu, Yvonne Zindel, Yvon Chabrowski

 

*"Why Have There Been No Great Women Artists?" is the title of an essay by Linda Nochlin (1931-2017) from 1971. The American art historian examines the institutional hurdles responsible for the massive underrepresentation of female artists in the art world. The SALOON, the network for women working in the Berlin, together with Performing Encounters, uses Nochlin's ideas as an opportunity to raise public awareness of women in the art of the past decades. In short lectures, SALOON members introduce topics and personalities that have helped shape the art scene of their respective time, but in the history of which little or no consideration has been given.

 

Moderated by Yvonne Zindel and Tina Sauerlaender 

Organized by Performing Encounters and SALOON Berlin

 

Please visit our Vimeo-Account for further information.

Photos by Jonny Star



SALOON SUMMER PARTY

July 28, 2017

At: Schleusenkrug Beergarden, Berlin


Photos by Marcus Schneider (except group portrait)

Photos by Marcus Schneider

Photos by Benjamin Pritzkuleit


SALOON Exhibition

April 30 - May 22, 2015

SEXAUER Gallery, Berlin

With works by the SALOON members: Nina Ansari, Katharina Arndt, Diana Artus, Alexandra Baumgartner, Nadine Fecht, Ornella Fieres, Eliana Heredia, Julia Herfurth, Carla Mercedes Hihn, Michelle Jezierski, Ce Jian, Caroline Kryzecki, Ines Lechleitner, Maren Maiwald, Zoë Claire Miller, Maria Muñoz, Jennifer Oellerich, Hannah Parr, Sophia Pompéry, Ria Patricia Röder, Ina Sangenstedt, Gunna Schmidt, Lisa Tiemann, Anna Tsianou, Claudia Zweifel

Curated by Alina Heinze and Tina Sauerlaender

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