Performing Encounters & peer to space @ Haus am Luetzowplatz
July 12, 2016


There is so much ART. But why is ART so important for our society? Can ART take over social responsibility? How will ART develop in the (near) future? Who will buy ART and why? How can public institutions afford big shows, now that so much money went private in the past decade?! Who pays for socially relevant ART?

Fantastic speakers from different fields of Berlin’s art scene took over the micro at the 2nd PECHA KUCHA ART NIGHT in Berlin and talked about their sustainable values in ART and about their perspectives for the future.

Pecha Kucha talks by:

Anna Bromley, artist and curator
Lisa Glauer, artist and curator
Dr. Laura Hirvi, director Finland Institute
Kristian Jarmuschek, Gallery Jarmuschek & Partner, founder POSITIONS BERLIN
Johann König, gallerist, König Galerie
Ornella Fieres, artist
Dr. Eva Meyer-Hermann, freelancing exhibition organisator, cakesmeyer
Dr. An Paenhuysen, Bloggerin, art critic and curator
Ece Pazarbaşı, curator and doctor at Berlin Art Grant Clinic
Anne Schwanz, director, Eigen und Art Lab
Melina Volkmann, co-founder
Lena Winter, auction house Villa Grisebach