SAMMLUNG IVO WESSEL
Visit of the Ivo Wessel Collection
Open Houses Werkhof L.57
11 SEP, 5—9pm
12—13 SEP, 2—8pm
Sammlung Ivo Wessel includes Conceptual Art, Concrete Painting, Photography, Media and Video Art. For Berlin Art Week 2020 Ivo Wessel is showing three four-channel video installations by Julian Rosefeldt, two multi-channel video works by Jonas Englert, an installation by !Mediengruppe Bitnik, and video works by Klaus vom Bruch, Christian Marclay, Bjørn Melhus, and many more.
Works by the following artists from the collection are also on display: Robert Barta, Malte Bartsch, Victor Bonato, Marcel Buehler, Carlos Cruz-Diez, Denmark, Marianne Fayol, Sylvie Fleury, Christian Frosch, Winfred Gaul, Walter Giers, Wilfried Hagebölling, Heijo Hangen, Jenny Holzer, Ottmar Hörl, Sven Johne, Anna Kagan, Siegfried Kreitner, Camill Leberer, Julio Le Parc, Via Lewandowsky, Richard Paul Lohse, Adolf Luther, Jan van Munster, Paul Mansouroff, Mathieu Mercier, Peter Miller, Lienhard von Monkiewitsch, Maurizio Nannucci, Stefan Panhans, Angelika Platen, Vandy Rattana, Hans Richter, Karin Sander, Heinrich Siepmann, Anton Stankowski, Renata Stih & Frieder Schnock, Sándor Szombati, Luke Willis Thompson, Timm Ulrichs, Peter Vogel, Donata Wenders, Wim Wenders, Michael Wesely.
Werkhof L.57 is an exciting creative location in Berlin-Moabit.Katharina Grosse, Karin Sander, Via Lewandowsky, Regina Schmeken, Anri Sala, Paola Yacoub, Jo Schöpfer, and Konstantin Grcic have their studios here, while software developer Ivo Wessel works in the midst of his concept, media and video art collection. ensemble mosaik, a renowned ensemble for contemporary music, rehearses here. The studio building of Katharina Grosse, made of concrete, sets a special accent. The architects Sauerbruch Hutton also have their offices in Werkhof L.57: they added an unusual building with a reflective stainless steel façade with residences and studios to the brick architecture which once housed a military tailor. For Berlin Art Week, the residents will be hosting their first ever open house. The artists will open their studios and present a joint exhibition in the offices of Sauerbruch Hutton. ensemble mosaik will also participate with a musical intervention. Ivo Wessel will present his collection, while the publisher René Schmitt will present an exhibition by Peter Saul and Michael Mueller. Food and beverages will be available in the courtyard.