The 12th and last edition of LABOR BERLIN celebrates Berlin’s artistic wealth. Valerie Smith launched the series in 2010, creating a platform for international artists who choose the city as a temporary creative and experimental base.
Drifting is a tribute to the diversity of the contemporary community of visual artists and the defining contribution it makes to Berlin’s cultural landscape. Ten curators present a group exhibition with works by 39 artists from 27 countries.
With works by Bani Abidi (PK) | Haluk Atalayman (TR) | Sarnath Banerjee (IN) | Dante Busquets (MX) | Antonio Catelani (IT) | Miles Chalcraft (UK) | Pauline Curnier Jardin (FR) | Radek Dabrowski (PL) | Jean-Ulrick Désert (HT) | Hege Dons Samset (US, NO) | Esra Ersen (TR) | Robert Fenz (USA) | Miguel Ángel Fernández (ES) | Flatform (IT) | Andy Graydon (US) | Verena Grimm (MX) | Elin Jakobsdóttir (IS) | Nadia Kaabi-Linke (TN) | Bouchra Khalili (MA) | Rajkamal Kahlon (US) | Debra Kate (US) | Anastasia Khoroshilova (RU) | Kristina Leko (HR) | Sladjan Nedeljkovic (RS/CH) | Warren Neidich (US) | Nghia Nuyen (VN) | Tímea Anita Oravecz (HU) | Tanja Ostojić (YU, RS) | Anu Pennanen (FI) | Stéphane Querrec (FR) | Mark Sadler (UK) | Adania Shibli (PS) | David Smithson (US) | Charles Stankievech (CA) | Michael Stevenson (NZ) | Vassilea Stylianidou (GR) | Norio Takasugi (JP) | Diego Toledo (MX) | Dolores Zinny and Juan Maidagan (AR)
Elin Jakobsdóttir and Mark Sadler are partially supported by the British Council Germany