BBA 2020

June 12 - July 11, 2020

BBA Gallery, Berlin (DE)

A multi-disciplinary groupshow with the gallery’s artists:


Silvia Binda Heiserova, Giulietta Coates, Diana Wolzak, Renata Kudlacek, Olivia Lennon, Nele Ouwens, Susanne Piotter, Marina Roca Die, Vishal Shah, Stine Nielsen Ljungdalh, Nicolas Vionnet, Chirag Jindal


Established in 2015 and run by an all-female team of artists, BBA is a contemporary art gallery in the centre of Berlin, close to famous Alexanderplatz. BBA Gallery represents critically informed and poetic visions in strong, visually-compelling styles that cover a wide spectrum of media. The founders of BBA Gallery believe that artworks are vehicles for thoughts, feelings and concepts, that – if they are provided with the right context – are a powerful intellectual, emotional, cultural and political stimulus. BBA stands for Berlin Blue Art. Berlin Blue is a very dark blue that shifts towards black, the color of a night sky and was invented in Berlin in 1706. It was the first modern pigment and is used for blueprints, and plays an important role in medicine as an antidote for poisonings.


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Alles im grünen Bereich?

May 28 - September 13, 2020
Kulturort Galerie Weiertal, Winterthur (CH)

Participating artists: Joëlle Allet, Habib Asal, Kathrin Bänziger, Brigitte Baserga, Ursula Baur, Johanna Bossart, Verena Bühler, Adrian Bütikofer, Veronika Dierauer, Sylvia Geel, Sabina Gnädinger, Susan Honegger, Yvonne Huggenberger, Maria Knecht-Zemp, Brigitt Lademann, Vivi Linnemann, Manon, Mara Mars, Pius Morger, Lotte Müggler, Birgit Olzhausen, Urs Schmid, Martin Schwarz, Kathrin Severin, Marion Strunk u. Ines Bauer, Hans Thomann,
Ulti, Nicolas Vionnet, Heidy Vital, Michael von Brentano, Rosmarie von Scarpatetti, Eva von Wartburg, Conny K. Wepfer, Andre Willi


The new open-air exhibition in the park with ponds and fruit trees is intended to provide food for thought and raise awareness of social and ecological connections in view of climate change and pandemics.


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Photography: Work (detail) by Kathrin Bänziger


Original, Issue 05

Al-Tiba9 Art Magazine

Al-Tiba9 Art Magazine is an established international publication that showcases experimental and progressive contemporary art, featuring artists that reflect modern society and its environment. The curatorial work by Mohamed Benhadj, founder and director of Al-Tiba9, reflects original thought and inspiration across the most extensive variety of artistic expressions provoking conversation and action, fostering innovation and diversity of mediums that make today’s art scene so intriguing.


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