Times Art Center Berlin is pleased to announce the upcoming group show Readings From Below. The exhibition explores how artists engage us in new readings of our complex present by making use of the virtual potentials of archives.
The Conflictual Topography public program, organized by Heidi Ballet, was planned to take place during the exhibition of iZhou Tao: Winter North Summer South but came to a halt due to the coronavirus crisis. In the revised program, the artists of the original program are revisited under the new challenging circumstances. For the third iteration, Daniela Ortiz’s film The Empire of Law will be screened online between August 19 and August 26.
The series Conflictual Topography, organized by Heidi Ballet, was originally conceived as a public program during the exhibition of Zhou Tao and was later adapted to the exceptional months we are living through. Heidi Ballet talked with Xiang Zairong, a researcher, theorist, and sometimes curator, about Chinese farmer’s markets, the ongoing pandemic, food, and face masks in Europe and in China.
Online Screening with Rosa Barba and Ben Rivers
The Conflictual Topography public program that was organized by Heidi Ballet and that was planned to take place during the exhibition of Zhou Tao came to a halt due to the coronavirus crisis. In a revised program, the artists of the original program will be revisited under new circumstances, to discuss how the world is being reshaped. In May, a screening of Urth (2016) by Ben Rivers and The Empirical Effect (2010) by Rosa Barba is programmed, accompanied by a conversation.
Times Art Center Berlin is pleased to present Zhou Tao’s solo project developed from the commissioning of Guangdong Times Museum in 2019. Zhou Tao spent nearly two years in between the oasis and the Gobi village, capturing our modernist obsession and utopian desire to turn deserts into habitat. The result is a […]
Times Art Center Berlin celebrates its first anniversary with friends and books. Exactly one year ago, we opened to the public with our inaugural exhibition The D-Tale: Video Art from the Pearl River Delta, curated by Hou Hanru and Xi Bei, at Potsdamer Strasse. This summer, we moved to our permanent location at Brunnenstrasse […]
The 8th Para-curatorial Symposium
Curated by Nikita Yingqian Cai and Mia Yu
Övül Ö. Durmuşoğlu, Yongwoo Lee, Pan Lu, Seng Yu Jin, Shen Xin, Ming Tiampo, Abhijan Toto, Chương-Đài Võ, Emily Wilcox, and Ling Zhang […]
Curated by Nikita Yingqian Cai and Xiaoyu Weng
Chang Wen-Hsuan, Dachal Choi, Chitra Ganesh, Jane Jin Kaisen, Iris Kensmil, Sylbee Kim, Mai Ling, Laura Huertas Millán, Sara Modiano, Mai-Thu Perret, Thao Nguyen Phan, Arin Rungjang, Shen Xin, Trinh T. Minh-ha, Evelyn Taocheng Wang, Wang Zhibo, Luka Yuanyuan Yang & Carlo Nasisse, Mia Yu […]
The D-Tale: Video Art from the Pearl River Delta
Edited by Hou Hanru & Xi Bei
We are pleased to present our first exhibition catalogue published by Sternberg Press at Friends with books: Art Book Fair Berlin at Hamburger Bahnhof. The D-Tale: Video Art from the Pearl River Delta is the catalogue of the namesake inaugural exhibition of Times Art […]
The exhibition Racing Gravels, curated by Tan Yue, assembles a series of new works by video artist Kan Xuan, informed by her parallel career as a commercial video director. Naturally, such continual exposure to brands and technologies has imbued her with related interests, urging her to explore the rites of commerce, technological ethic, and […]
Rehearsal of the Futures: Police Training Exercises
In this performance, Isaac Chong Wai will take the history of protests – through its repetitive expressions and actions – as the point of departure. Rehearsal of the Futures: Police Training Exercises is a continuation of Chong’s investigation into imagined futures and how, through […]
Nikita Yingqian Cai (Chief Curator at the Guangdong Times Museum) and Melanie Roumiguière (Head of Visual Arts at DAAD Artists-in-Berlin Program) will situate their practices by connecting the curatorial frameworks of their institutions with artistic practices supported, mediated and consolidated within and beyond their regional contexts. They will discuss storytelling and active withdrawal as an artistic strategy […]
Times Art Center Berlin is pleased to announce the opening of Episode III: The Politics of the Self of the inaugural three-part exhibition The D-Tale: Video Art from the Pearl River Delta co-curated by Hou Hanru
and Xi Bei.
Participating Artists:ALLORA & CALZADILLA, CAO Fei, CHEN Shaoxiong, CHOI Sai-Ho, FANG Lu, May FUNG, HO Sin Tung, KWAN Sheung-Chi, LI Xiaofei, […]
As a closing event of Episode II: Towards Autonomy of the inaugural three-part exhibition The D-Tale: Video Art from the Pearl River Delta, Times Art Center Berlin hosts a panel discussion between Li Zhenhua and Olaf Stüber, moderated by Marie-France Rafael. Throughout the discussion, the panelists will give an insight into their curatorial approaches and further investigate […]
Curated by HOU Hanru, co-curated by XI Bei
CHEN Shaoxiong, CHEN Tong, CHENG Chi Lai Howard, Isaac CHONG Wai, Simon DENNY, HUANG Xiaopeng, KWAN Sheung-Chi, Linda LAI, Warren LEUNG Chi-Wo, LI Liao, LIN Yilin, LIU Chuang, Phoebe Ching Ying MAN, […]
Times Art Center Berlin (TACB), a new experimental space for contemporary art from China in Berlin, will open to the public on 30 November 2018.
Panel Discussion: Video in the Pearl River Delta: An Eye Opener with HOU Hanru, David ELLIOTT, and Anselm FRANKE […]