We are thrilled to invite you to exhibit your art at “Kunstsalon V”. We encourage both local and international artists to submit their work for an exhibition in a vibrant and inspiring atmosphere.
We want to give local artists a chance to expose their work and to be known.
How to apply:
Please send a PDF with 5 to 10 selected pieces of artwork to firstname.lastname@example.org
Please also include a short bio, your artist statement and the idea behind the artwork you are sending to us.
We are looking for visual art: paintings, illustrations, photography & collages.
Due to technical reasons we have to exclude: video, film and performance.
Deadline: January 31st 2019
The event will take place on March 20th 2020.
We look forward to receiving your proposals!
We are really sad, but we decided to postpone “Kunstsalon VI” in the near future.
The world has been hit so hard by the Covid-19.
We need to be kind.
We need to be responsible.
We need to avoid as much as the virus spread.
We need to heal.
As soon as the situation will calm down we will fix a new date for the Kunstsalon VI opening that we hope will be very soon.
We really hope you will understand our decision.
we’re really glad to invite you to the fifth Kunstsalon!
On March 2oth at 6.30 pm Sprachsalon Berlin will be brimming with art and music.
October 12th 2019 ·
Sprachsalon Berlin is very glad to host an aperitivo to support Alito Nursery School on October the 12th from 7pm.
Come by, have an aperitivo and get to know more about the project!
In English language.
August 30th 2019 ·
Sprachsalon is very glad to invite you to the 1st Diskursalon, a forum to share ideas and develop practical approches with groundbreaking thinkers.
Diskursalon is a cycle of themed events bringing together artists, researchers and activists who explore the theory and practice of a common theme.
At the 1st Diskursalon, we are going to investigate the role of narrative in the construction of subjectivity, with a focus on Migration.
18:30 – Doors open
19:00 – INTRO
Elena Fontanari (PostDoc Sociology at the University of Milan – Visiting fellowship at the Institute of European Ethnology, HU, Berlin, IT)
In English language.
Riccardo Buck completed his 3-year degree in painting at Brera Academy of Fine Arts in Milan in 2011 while studying music composition with Filippo Perocco in Treviso, Italy. His thesis investigated the correspondences between music and painting in the 20th century, experimenting with the possibility of a translation between them. After graduating he decided to focus his practice on time-based forms of expression. He combined his passion for music and composition with his fascination for cinema and created new sound environments for several films, mostly from the silent era, with Cineforum Labirinto, Treviso. In November 2012 he moved to Berlin searching for new artistic incentives. He received his MA in Visual and Media Anthropology from the Freie Universität in 2015. He currently lives and works in Berlin.
Daniele Galimberti is an artist born in 1983 in Bergamo, Italy. He worked in the creative industry for all his adult-life.
After studying music and media at the University of Milan he worked in a radio station at the mixer, as DJ and Producer. After moving to Berlin, he set up his own fashion brand, which mixed artworks with clothing and accessories. For a few years, after discovering yoga and meditation and going deep in these practices, he felt the urge to express himself through painting and started to create artworks in his studio in Berlin. He considers himself an abstract-expressionist artist.
Kaoru Shibuta observes the unique air and consciousness of the energy and climate of his environment and includes it in his art. His works are inspired by the local culture and atmosphere, by means of zazen. He grew up in an open and free spirited surrounding with nature and animation. He also studied Japanese tradition, calligraphy, Japanese painting, tea ceremony, Ikebana and Zen meditation.
Since 2018, he has been working, producing and presenting live performances at artist in residences around the world, including the Barcelona Arts and Culture Center Espronceda, Arts Santa Monica, and Russian National Center for Contemporary Arts. He is currently living and working on his art projects in Kyoto and Berlin.
Chiara Silvano is an Italian artist set in Venice. She studied Fine Art Painting at the Wimbledon College of Art, in London finishing her BA (hons) Degree in 2003. After few months spent in France at the Ecole Regional des Beux Arts de Nantes, she returned to Italy where she got a Master degree in Visual Arts with a thesis on Art as Therapy.
Her work tries to investigate the fine line between very contrasting emotional states, more precisely between a playful and light way of being and a constant inadequacy. Joy and pain entwine in her paintings.
Annukka and Gábor will create an improvised performance of movement and sound, based on impressions, textures, colours, nuances and atmospheres of the artworks