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, a description of the character in your work 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: May 24th
The event will take place on June 28th 2019.
We look forward to receiving your proposals!
we’re really glad to invite you to the fifth Kunstsalon!
On June 28th at 6.30 pm Sprachsalon Berlin will be brimming with art, music and beautiful people.
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 Bernardi started working in the theatre as a set designer after the degree in ‘Scenography for Theatre and Cinema’ at the Accademia di Belle Arti in Milan in 2006.
After that short experience he started working as a fashion photographer in Milan for several years before he eventually moved to Berlin and developed into a fashion and music filmmaker.
He is currently working as a visual artist/VJ and music and adv filmmaker fulltime.
Born in 1990, Bea Davies is an italian illustrator and Comic artist based in Berlin, Germany.
After obtaining a Scholarship from the School of Visual Arts of New York in 2010, she begins her studies in illustration. In 2012 she moves to Berlin with her husband and son. In 2015 she starts studying Visual Communication at Weißensee School of Art.
In 2016 she wins the Grant of the Comic Invasion Berlin, which kickstarted her collaboration with the homeless newspaper „Strassen|feger“. Since 2018 she is a fellow of the Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes. Currently she is working on her first Graphic Novel „Der König der Vagabunden – Gregor Gog und seine Bruderschaft“ which was shortlisted for the Leibinger Comic Prize 2019 and supported by the Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung and the Rudolf Augstein Stiftung. She also publishes biographical Comics on her blog „Samurai’s Visual Journal“ and drew several Comicreportages on various topics.
Prints and motion art
We have been dying
since we got here
and forgot to enjoy the view
– Rupi Kaur
Taking in impressions and inspirations on this journey called life,
my artworks are diary entries and reminders to myself to enjoy the view to the fullest.
During my studies of visual communication in Germany and Israel I’ve always loved the asthetics of analogue. There is a certain kind of magic in methods such as linocut, screen printing or monotype printmaking that digital just can’t do. In turn it is the fascinating process of bringing the analogue artworks to life by digital editing.
“Through a multiform approach to the medium, I present painting as a fluid art form. Thanks to its ambiguous formal and expressive multiplicity, I consider painting the ideal medium to participate with art in the process of social evolution in which we find ourselves: the overcoming of patriarchal tradition and its rigid discriminatory schemes, in favor of a broader worldview, which valorizes the nuances and supports the creative coexistence of diversities.”
Hui Rong Liu is an artist-architect from Taiwan.
Trained as an architect at The Cooper Union in New York City, she draws architectural plans by day, illustrations by night; and cartoons while asleep. She works mainly with ink and paper, as well as digital drawing mediums.
Her drawings reflect her interest in film. She consider these drawings as film stills – moments captured from continuous movement. Her works are spatial compositions within the depth of paper.