Salon Dahlmann

11.11.2017, 4 pm
Talks at Salon Dahlmann

POSITION AND OBSERVER. ON THE WORKS OF EIJA-LIISA AHTILA AND THE BERLIN ART SCENE
A CONVERSATION BETWEEN TIMO MIETTINEN AND KRIST GRUIJTHUIJSEN


We warmly invite you to a conversation between art collector Timo Miettinen and director of KW Institute for Contemporary Art Krist Gruijthuijsen! The talk will be moderated by journalist Dominikus Müller. 

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Eija-Liisa Ahtila: Me/We, Okay, Gray, 1993


With Ecologies of Drama, Salon Dahlmann presents one of Finlands most well-known artists, Eija-Liisa Ahtila. This is the first solo presentation of Ahtila’s work in Berlin since 2000, when the artist had an exhibition at the Neue Nationalgalerie. In this conversation, we want to trace the scope of her work – from questions of identity and interpersonal relations to the representation of nature and a recent interest in non-anthropocentric perspectives. And we want to talk about the changing context for such an exhibition here in Berlin: What is the relationship between galleries, institutions and private-run spaces such as Salon Dahlmann nowadays? And what about Berlin's role as an art capital?

Krist Gruijthuijsen (*1980, NL) is a curator and director of KW Institute for Contemporary Art since July 2016. Between 2012 and 2016 he was artistic director of Kunstverein Graz, Austria, and is one of the founding directors of Kunstverein Amsterdam. In the past ten years, he realized numerous exhibitions and projects.

Dominikus Müller (*1978, DE) is a freelance writer living in Berlin. Until 2016 he was chief editor of the bilingual art magazine frieze d/e.

 

 

19.11.2017, 5 pm
Music at Salon Dahlmann

Aurelis Quartett

I got Rythm: Gershwin meets Bach

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In 2015 the four guitarists Eileen Baum, Aran Choi, Sergio Celis and Jurek Föllmer came together to found Aurelis Guitar Quartet. Coming from South Korea, Chile and Germany each of them has successfully participated at international Guitar Competitions. They are determined to extend the repertoir presenting their instrument from different angles. In their new program the humorous and colorful Songs of George Gershwin are brought face to face with the music of J. S. Bach. Therefore Eileen Baum and Jurek Föllmer have arranged Piano pieces as well as Orchestra Pieces for their ensemble creating a program of great contrasts where the versatility of the guitar is showcased to the listener.


Admission fee: 25€ incl. drinks
Reservations and Information: musikimsalondahlmann @ gmail.com
Box office: 45 minutes prior to the concert