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Kunstraum Richard Sorge

Located in a romantically crumbling historic Berlin brewery, host of many art spaces and music studios, Kunstraum Richard Sorge reaches a young, and international audience, but adventurous discerning art lovers as well.

Kunstraum Richard Sorge's large, white, yet still funky space is snugly hidden inside the building's Street-art covered walls. Its industrial, monastical charm creates a fitting ambiance to experience art.

Modeling itself after a - probably misguided - fantasy of egalitarian GDR exhibition practices, the art project space focuses its exhibitions on subversive crafts, club/vj culture, kinetic- and light art, queer/feminist art and subcultures.

Like the spy Richard Sorge, the art space's curators independently work from a marginal, yet cosmopolitan position to ultimately save the world.


Landsberger Allee 52-54 10249 Berlin-Friedrichshain
Phone: +491723118431
Fax: +18155720693
Website: http://www.kunstraumrichardsorge.org/

Gallery/Dealer Photos (1)

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Artists Represented

Strich & Faden Exhibition Project:

Peeter Allik - Estonia
Walter Bruno Brix - Germany
Cross stitch ninja - Sweden
Jn.Ulrick DĂ©sert Germany/U.S.A.
Ulrich Diezmann - Germany
Rinaldo Hopf - Germany
Severija Incirauskaite-Kriauneviciene - Lithuania
Garth Johnson - U.S.A.
Ai Kijima - U.S.A.
Charles Krafft - U.S.A.
Astrid KĂĽver - Germany
Mumbreeze / Kinya and Kao Hanada - U.S.A./Japan
Nava Lubelski - U.S.A.
Natasza Niedziolka - Germany
Sharon Pazner - Israel
David Rios Ferreira - U.S.A.
Kathrin Schädlich - Portugal
Schalalala Knitting Circle - Germany
René Schmalschläger - Netherlands
Johanna Schweizer - Netherlands
Hunter Stabler - U.S.A.
Sztuka Fabryka - Spain
Betty StĂĽrmer - Germany
Tulip-Enterprises - Netherlands/Germany
Ari Versluis & Ellie Uyttenbroek - Netherlands
Georg Weise - Germany

Further Artist Cooperations:
Gert-Jan Akerboom - Germany
Cecile Coiffard - Germany
Kiddy Citny - Germany

Sample Art Work (6)

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Current Exhibitions

Everything to More, Drawings & Murals by Hiroki Otsuka

Previous Exhibitions

- Dream Watching, Drawings & Murals by Gert-Jan Akerboom
- Strich & Faden Part II, May/June 2009
- Performances by Zaimpf, Jenny Graf & Heatsick, March 2009
- Lunar New Year Presentation, January 2009.
- Strich & Faden - Heimat, Folklore, Subversion and Subculture, September/October 2008.
- Include Me Out, TAP Collective, July/August 2008

Exhibition Photos (18)

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Art Fairs

Berliner Kunstsalon 2008 & 2009

Submission Policy

For the third installment of the international group show "Strich und Faden", Kunstraum Richard Sorge is looking for "radical" gay/feminist Folk-art.

Curators may submit interesting projects as well.

We read everything but don't have time to reply everybody personally. Thanks for your understanding.

Press Releases

Dream Watching – Gert-Jan Akerboom (NL)
Drawings and Murals

Exhibition duration: July 8 - August 31, 2009

Open Wednesday, Saturday, Sunday, 3 - 7 pm, and by appointment.

Exhibition venue: Kunstraum Richard Sorge, Landsberger Allee 54, 10249 Berlin-Friedrichshain

Kunstraum Richard Sorge is proud to present the first large overview in Germany of Dutch artist Gert-Jan Akerboom’s ink drawings on paper. The artist executed several large murals, turning the presentation into an immersive experience.

Eschewing easily interpretable statements in his work, Gert-Jan Akerboom prefers ambiguous signals, dreamlike in nature; they can be interpreted in myriad ways, none of them right or wrong. His drawings take their energy from this unfixed, shifting view of reality, synthesizing precise observation and associative speculation about alternative possibilities.

Akerboom’s drawings are filled with the objects and themes that trigger his “dreamwatching” state of mind: Architecture, archeology, ruins, mystic or religious sites and ritual. Collaging the possibilities and impossibilities of these inspirati... [ Read all ]

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The Everything to More exhibition is prolonged from January 2-16, by appointment.

Location And Getting There

Kunstraum Richard Sorge
Landsberger Allee 52-54 10249 Berlin.

S-Bahnhof Landsberger Allee
It takes 5 minutes from Alexanderplatz by car or bike to get to the art space, parking space is available in the vicinity.

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KRS Collective

Opening Times

Currently by appointment only.