The Kienzle Art Foundation was founded in 2009 and places a special emphasis on bringing art to the public. Its core consists of the art collection of Jochen Kienzle, which includes art from the 1960s until today, from painting to conceptual trends. Important artists in the collection include David Lamelas, Marieta Chirulescu, Verena Pfisterer, Josef Kramhöller, Jack Goldstein, Jonathan Lasker, Gary Stephan, and Franz Erhard Walther.

During the Berlin Art Week Fabian Ginsberg will show »Zwei Ausstellungen über die Methode« at the Kienzle Art Foundation.
In the Foundation's rooms there is an installative work, which was created between 2009 and 2013, but could not be exhibited at that time. An apparatus of meaning production that does not presuppose the boundaries of art/non-art/life/work/exhibition/person is »put down«, not made up for. Are exhibitions still the medium of the concept of art? Where is »the art« produced? On the website of the Kienzle Art Foundation Ginsberg shows a video work, complementary to the installation. The film describes a communication model. On the basis of a revision of the ten years, questions arise. Is the bubble still growing? What would realism be?

Bleibtreustraße 54
10623 Berlin

Special opening hours Berlin Art Week
9—13 SEP, noon—6pm

Free admission

S Savignyplatz, Bus M49, Bus X34

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