- Digital Formats
The exhibition presents such a dialogue with her master student Antonio Paucar, an artist who lives between Berlin and Huancayo (Peru). In his performances, Paucar moves through private, public and political spaces and landscapes that are both culturally and symbolically laden. He waits for change, senses transience, the power of the unconscious, sows memories so as not to forget. In poetry they find a shared language of proximity, both transcending bodies and boundaries. Therein lies their vulnerability – and their strength.
The ifa art collection consists of around 23,000 works, most of which have been acquired in the context of ifa traveling exhibitions over the course of the last 40 years. In 1991, parts of the collection of the Zentrum für Kunstausstellungen der DDR (Centre for Art Exhibitions of the GDR) were conferred to the ifa. Pieces from 35 exhibitions are currently on display worldwide. Further items are on loan to exhibitions and museums. The current exhibition draws on work from the 1999 touring exhibition Rebecca Horn: Time goes By.
The exhibition is part of Berlin Art Week.
Registration for the Listening Sessions requested: ifa-galerie-berlin(at)ifa.de
Exact meeting point upon confirmation of registration, event in english
ifa Gallery Berlin
Tuesday – Sunday: 14.00 – 18.00 during exhibition periods
Closed on Mondays and bank holidays.
The applicable hygiene rules must be observed.
Please note: Due to the Corona regulation, the ifa Gallery Berlin is closed until further notice.
The ifa Galleries show the visual arts, architecture and design of a globalized world. They have been addressing contemporary art and current cultural and socio-political developments in Asia, Africa, Latin America and Eastern Europe since 1971 in Stuttgart and since 1990 in Berlin. Exhibition series afford insight into art scenes all over the world and reach across national borders. Conversations, lectures and discussions allow visitors direct contact with artists and curators.