Tugboat Gallery, Lincoln, Nebraska (USA)

4 – 26 November 2016

“Drawing Performance” brings together artists from Berlin, Germany and the United States to explore the rhythm and routine of tracing movement, defining boundary, or picturing thought. Purposely expansive, the media in this exhibition includes graphite, ball–point pen, dance, film, as well as the use of tracing paper and readymade, printed material.

Kazuki Nakahara, Alex Klenz, Hanna Hennenkemper, Nadine Fecht, James Bockelman, Flora Wiegmann, Frank H. Taffelt, Jered Sprecher, Matthew Sontheimer, Carston Sievers, Johannes Regin, Steve Roden

curated by James Bockelman



Alte Gießerei, Berlin

16 – 23 September 2016

Taiyou Mori, Johannes Regin, Klaas Hübner

Alte Gießerei Berlin e.V., Herzbergstraße 123, Lichtenberg. Tram: M8 & M21 „Herzbergstraße/Industriegebiet“



St. Johannes Evangelist-Kirche, Auguststraße 90, 10117 Berlin

28 April – 1 May 2016

exhibitionview, Foto: Jakob Regin

participating galleries and artists:

AMSTERDAM: Galerie A d K Actuele Kunst artist: Chian Yu Bai, Galerie Bart artist: Anne Forest, Galerie ‐ Brandt artist: Luca Grimaldi, TORCH Gallery artist: Line Gulsett, Livingstone Gallery artist: Raquel Maulwurf, Galerie Wit artist: herman de vries

BERLIN: janinebeangallery artist: Grigori Dor, Galerie Inga Kondeyne – Raum für Zeichnung artist: Johannes Regin, lorch+seidel contemporary artist: Silvia Levinson, Petra Rietz Salon Galerie artist: Madeleine Altmann und Lebensschrank Eva Schwab (Installation), Galerie Carsten Seifert artist: Jörg Klaus, Wichtendahl Galerie artist: Nicole Ahland

The German-Dutch Gallery Network I Amsterdam You Berlin presents the group show BEYOND. For the fourth time, a concentrated look is taken into the lively contemporary art scene of two cities with long artistic traditions. For Berlin Gallery Weekend, the galleries from Amsterdam and Berlin are exhibiting together. Out of each program of the participating partners, Berlin curator Tina Sauerländer selects one artist who dedicates a comprehensive solo presentation on the topic BEYOND.
The beyond refers to another world past a limit or threshold—a fantasy land, a new reality or paradise. The meanings and associations are diverse yet have one thing in common: they imply the necessity of leaving one world in order to pass into the other. The closely related symbolism of impermanence, i.e. Vanitas, occurs frequently in contemporary art although the idea of one’s own death in secular, capitalist society is associated with great anxiety. The artists represented in BEYOND access not only classical Vanitas motifs such as flowers or mirrors, but also address abstract visual language or reinterpretations of Christian iconography. In the sacred space of St. John the Evangelist Church in Berlin-Mitte, the exhibition presents forms of artistic discourse with a topic that not only exists in
different cultures and religions but are also closely linked to individual existence and personal experience.
The Gallery Network I Amsterdam You Berlin promotes new forms of cooperation between commercial and non-profit groups, intercultural exchange and new ways of presentation and paths of communication in contemporary art. This project and exhibition series during the Berlin Gallery Weekend was initiated by the gallery Bart and is jointly organized by all participating galleries. The
project takes place in cooperation with the nonprofit Berlin Office of Cultural Affairs Elisabeth.

Selected by Tina Sauerländer

Organized by I AMsterdam YOU BErlin | Contemporary art from Amsterdam and Berlin



20 November 2015 – 6 February 2016

Galerie Wichtendahl + Galerie Inga Kondeyne, Berlin

untitled, 2015, pencil, 40,2×33,5cm

Reinhard Wöllmer, Eva Walker, Tilmann Zahn, Kazuki Nakahara, Johannes Regin, H. Frank Taffelt

Galerie Inga Kondeyne – Raum für Zeichnung Carmerstraße 10, (am Savignyplatz), 10623 Berlin, Telefon (Büro) +49 30 6156634,  mobil 0176 50257727 Öffnungz.: Di-Fr 13-18, Sa 12-17 Uhr, ingakondeyne@galeriekondeyne.de