Künstler

David Armstrong-Six (* 1968) studied at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario. He has been exhibiting internationally since 1997; including shows at White Columns and Andrew Kreps in New York, Art Gallery of Ontario and the Power Plant in Toronto, Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal, and loop - Raum für aktuelle Kunst in Berlin. 2011/12 he was Qu...

Artists Anonymous, founded in 2001, live and work in London and Berlin.

In his equally beguiling and disturbing photographs, sculptures or films, Kader Attia (* 1970 in Dugny, Seine Saint-Denis) is often depicting aspects of European colonialism. In 2005, Kader Attia was nominated for the Marcel Duchamp Prize. In 2012, he participated with The Repair from Occident to Extra-Occidental Cultures in dOCUMENTA (13) in Kassel. In 2016 he recieved the Marcel...

Jim Avignon is one of the most extraordinary figures in the German art scene today. He is a painter, a musician, a performer, a host and curator, and has built a career that consists of these components. Avignon paints a lot, and he paints fast. He calls himself “the fastest painter in the world”, and if need be, he sets up a whole exhibition within a few days. His pictures are a...

Manon Bellet (*1979 Vevey) studied at the Ecole cantonale d‘art du Valais (Switzerland) and at Cheltenham and Gloucester Art College of Higher Education (UK). Several grants allowed her to live and work in Berlin, Paris and Warsaw. 2012/13 she received her first monographic publication within the prestigious series Cahier d‘Artistes by Pro Helvetia. Bellet lives and works...

Lene Berg (*1965) was educated as a film director at the Dramatiska Institutet in Stockholm. She works with video and installations, photography and text.

Her video The Man in the Background and her publication, Gentlemen and Arseholes, were launched as two parts of one project about art and propaganda during the Cold War. The project focused on the...

Nora Bibel was born in Munich in 1971 and has lived in Berlin since 1999 after she graduated from the University of Bielefeld with a Diploma of Photography. Bibel travels internationally for her work as a freelance artist and photographer in the field of portraiture and documentary and also teaches photography in Berlin, becoming a professor 2015. Bibel’s main focus is the interplay and...

Marc Bijl (*1970) studied at the Royal Academy of Art & Design in ‘s-Hertogenbosch and at the Glasgow School of Art. His works are based upon social issues and their use of symbols and rules. This can result in interventions in the public space, sculptures or installations that undermine or underline his perception of the world.
Bijl lives and works in Berlin.

Paolo Bottarelli was born in Brescia in 1975. He studied painting at the Academy of fine Art in Venice, graduating in the phenomenology of contemporary art, before abandoning art in favour of chess. For ten years his studies focussed on chessboard squares, perfect mathematical calculations and flashes of intuition. He played almost obsessively, while at the same time also studying music and...

Sonia Boyce was born in London in 1962, where she still lives and works, and in the early 1980s emerged as a figurative painter, quickly gaining critical attention as part of the black British arts movement, for works that spoke about racial identity and gender.

Since the 1990s Boyce has worked increasingly with other people in what she calls ‘improvised collaborations’,...