Initiated by Huang Xiaopeng (1960-2020)
Co-curated by Dorothee Albrecht, Antje Majewski and Stefan Rummel
Artists: Thomas Adebahr, Hank Yan Agassi, Dorothee Albrecht, Nine Budde, Chen Dandizi 陈丹笛子, Iyad Dayoub, Nina DeLudemann, Abrie Fourie, Anne Gathmann, Ge Yulu 葛宇路, Anja Gerecke, Olivier Guesselé-Garai, Huang Xiaopeng 黄小鹏, Klaas Hübner, Franziska Hünig, Mwangi Hutter, Yuko Kaseki, Ange Kayifa, Friederike Klotz, Ulrike Kuschel, Lei Lijie 雷丽洁, Li Juchuan 李巨川, Li Lulu 李璐璐, Li Xiangwei 李翔伟, Li Yifan 李一凡, Mikhail Lylov, Ma Xinyu 马馨钰, Ma Yujiang 马玉江, Antje Majewski, Sajan Mani, Elke Marhöfer, Maternal Fantasies, Alice Musiol, Paulo Nazareth, Bettina Nürnberg & Dirk Peuker, Pınar Öğrenci, Qin Jin 秦晋, Stefan Rummel, RZhen 阿珍, Song Ta 宋拓, Erwin Stache, Sun Haili 孙海力, Tam Waiping 谭伟平, Vangjush Vellahu, Janin Walter, Wang Yinjie 王音洁 & Yao Chunchun 姚纯纯 , Wei Yuan 魏源, Wu Sibo 伍思波, Wu Tiao Ren 五条人, Xi Lei 奚雷, Yang Xinjia 杨欣嘉, Zhong Jialing 钟嘉玲, Zhu Tao 朱涛
Times Art Center Berlin presents the group show ANGST, KEINE
ANGST / 畏无所畏 / FEAR, NO FEAR. Initiated by Huang Xiaopeng, and co-curated by Dorothee Albrecht, Antje Majewski, and Stefan Rummel, the project focuses on the present global state of collective fear and anxiety. It will unfold in three chapters, both online and offline, from April 7 till July 17, 2021.
FEAR explores the broad spectrum of fears that have emerged in different geographical, historical and contemporary contexts. The curatorial team invited artists across generations, from the 1960s to the 1990s, to present their works with the artistic media spanning sculpture, installation, video, performance, painting and photography. The artists of diverse international backgrounds are predominately based in Berlin, as well as Beijing, Chengdu, Chongqing, Wuhan, Hangzhou and the Pearl River Delta; one young performance artist is based in Yaoundé. Through the lens of these perspectives, the artist-curators, together with the exhibiting artists, seek to understand our present era.
The first chapter of the exhibition is set up for the scheduled digital opening on April 7, and will be open to the public as of then, subject to regulations in force.
As an extension of the project, an online publication will accompany ANGST, KEINE
ANGST / 畏无所畏 / FEAR, NO FEAR with performances and screenings throughout the exhibition period.
Check out the online publication for the opening program on April 7, 2020: angst-keine-angst.timesartcenter.org