Berlin Biennale: Our Space to Help - Fundraising campaign

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föstudagur, 4. mars 2022

Berlin Biennale: Our Space to Help - Fundraising campaign

Our Space to Help


Berlin art institutions are calling for a joint fundraising campaign at the Neue Nationalgalerie – for people fleeing Ukraine and arriving in our city.

The alliance is collecting monetary donations, power banks and mobile hotspots and is cooperating with Be an Angel e.V., who are committed to the sustainable integration of people with a refugee history.

The glass pavilion of the Neue Nationalgalerie will be a place of encounter, a vigil and a donation point from Saturday 5 March 2022, 10 am to Sunday 6 March 2022, midnight; there will be an open mic with numerous contributions from artists, actors and musicians.

“Our Space to Help” is supported by a network of art institutions and their representatives in Berlin: Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art, Gabriele Horn; Gallery Weekend Berlin, Maike Cruse; Akademie der Künste, Johannes Odenthal; Berlinische Galerie, Thomas Köhler; Brücke Museum, Lisa Marei Schmidt; C/O Berlin, Stefan Erfurt; Gemäldegalerie, Dagmar Hirschfelder; Ifa Gallery, Inka Gressel, Susanne Weiß, Alya Sebti; Kolbe Museum, Julia Wallner; Kunstbibliothek, Moritz Wullen; Kunsthaus Dahlem, Dorothea Schöne; Kupferstichkabinett, Dagmar Korbacher; KW Institute for Contemporary Art Berlin, Krist Gruijthuijsen; Gropius Bau, Stephanie Rosenthal; n.b.k., Marius Babias; Palais Populaire, Svenja von Reichenbach, Sara Bernshausen; Schinkel Pavillon, Nina Pohl; Stiftung St. Matthäus, Hannes Langbein; Universität der Künste Berlin, Nobert Palz as well as Alte Nationalgalerie, Ralph Gleis; Neue Nationalgalerie, Klaus Biesenbach, Joachim Jäger; Hamburger Bahnhof – Museum für Gegenwart – Berlin, Till Fellrath, Sam Bardaouil, Gabriele Knapstein; Freunde der Nationalgalerie, André Odier, Katharina von Chlebowski

With many thanks to Hermann Parzinger; Stiftung Preußischer Kulturbesitz and Christina Haak, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin.

The 2 Days, 2 Nights vigil, a watch and guard, was initiated by Klaus Biesenbach and developed in close collaboration with Anne Imhof and Olafur Eliasson together with the artists’ studio teams and a large group of colleagues and volunteers from the Neue Nationalgalerie and Stiftung Preußischer Kulturbesitz as an open invitation to all Berlin art institutions, artists and residents.

Be an Angel e.V.
https://beanangel.direct
Donation code: #kunst4ukraine
Account 014 522 59 00 Sort code 100 708 48 (Deutsche Bank)
IBAN DE37100708480145225900 BIC DEUTDEDB110

www.berlinbiennale.de

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