Gustavo Ten Hoever

Paris- NY- Montevideo

Dritter Monat der Fotografie-OFF,Berlin

Vernissage: Do 18.10.2018, 19:00h

Weitere Veranstaltungen:

Matinee So 28.10. 12:00 – 18:00h

Ausstellungsdauer: 19.10.-28.10. 2018

Öffnungszeiten: Mi- Sa 13:00 -19:00 h

Featuring 13 chromogenic prints including one diptych , True South offers a glimpse into the artist’s extensive travels. True south, defined as the direction towards the southern end of the axis about which the earth rotates, is more poetically described by the artist as “the direction towards the other side…and the eternity of an instant” as well as a “state of mind.” The photographic images in this exhibition evoke Ten Hoever ‘s innate ability to discover and capture on film a hidden secret or story within a place he dwells. This gift comes from his patience and openness to experience on a deeper level the people and atmosphere of the places he encounters. For Ten Hoever, travel is not defined by the destination but rather the journey that he allows to unfold. Whether in Taos, Cartagena, Pueblo Garzon, the Cyclades or Cape de Creus, the artist approaches the land and its inhabitants with a striking sensitivity rare in today’s world.

Wall Street Journal: Khaki Story
Day 3: Kingsman, AZ to the Grand Canyon (AZ) to Chinle, AZ
Various landscape and portraits

Gustavo Ten Hoever was born in Uruguay, attended photography school in Montevideo, Uruguay before moving to New York in 1986. He currently resides in Paris. After an early and formative expedition to the Brazilian Amazon, he began shooting his first photo exhibit, Full Moon People, chronicling the indigenous people of this region.Ten Hoever has travelled continuously and exhibited internationally with shows in New York, Connecticut, London, Paris, Geneva, Zurich and Gstaad. His editorial work can be seen in publications around the world.

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Mark Bautista

Installation & Performance

[40 minute performance]

Opening/live performance : 16.09 @ 20:00Uhr 

Midweek workshop : 19.09 11:00-15:00Uhr

Artist talk: 19.09 @20:00Uhr
Live performances : 21-22.09 @ 20:00Uhr

Portals is a gateway between what is unknown and what we think we know. I invite you into a space that aims to transcend time and our constructed reality. An immersive experience that plays challenges your senses of perception.

I offer you a world that glows despite the darkness, where walls become transparent, and connection is possible.

[immersive sculptural-light installation and performance]

Workshop : from 11-15:00

This one day workshop is for artists or anyone that would like to explore the body in a performative way. We utilise Butoh related research methodology, to delve deep into what moves us. Physical and emotional exploration. In the space, we anchor one another and discover hidden worlds in our bones. Once these worlds are rediscovered, we find solutions on how to manifest them into the our physical plane. Opening a portal from our inner lanscape.

Open to all levels Maximum 8 participants 4 hour workshop Location: TBA
[50 euro fee]

Artist Bio:

MARK BAUTISTA || Interdisciplinary Artist. Sound maker. Theatre practitioner. || Alaskan raised. Berlin Transplant. His aim is to create works that transcend boundaries and constructs, to awaken our universal memories, and deepen our connection with our humanity.

He devises, writes, and performs solo and ensemble performance works— which explore our inner lives, past lives, future-selves, wishes, hopes, dreams, and fears. Transformation, rebirth, surprise, and illusion are common devices in his work.

Mark’s work can be described as theatrical and movement-based, fused with visual-media, poetry, sculpture, and sound. Music, opera, circus arts, physical theatre, clown, mime, viewpoints, Suzuki training, and butoh dance have shaped his approach to creating a performance.

for more information:

He studied Music Performance, Theatre, and Movement, at University of Alaska Anchorage in the United States. Mark also maintains a teaching studio, teaching voice, performance/movement technique, and music.


Kollage party

Friday 07/09 : 16Uhr – 23Uhr

In this social and artistic event you will have the opportunity to get involved and inspired in communal collages following your personal, artistic, political or social direction.


Everyone choses images and glues them to the wall, no advanced skill are necessary 😉
Materials such as newspapers, pictures, magazines, scissors and glue will be provided but you are more than welcome to bring your own.

👽\\\\ live music 🎶 beers 🍺good vibes 👾 collage ✂ //// 👽

Kollage Kollectiv is an art collective and platform foc
used on bringing creative people together to express social and political messages throughout art. Spreading positive images and ideas around Berlin to clash with the commercial advertising polluting our cities and promoting values we don’t believe in .
The collective was born after the need to express ourselves in a city and society that don’t fulfill our creative and social aspirations . The collective organises social and artistic events to give people the opportunity to get involved and inspired in communal projects.
Instagram : @Kollagekollectiv


Erick Costa Kohl

Beginners Course| 10 Participants |3 Stitches

Workshop: Sunday, 19.08.2018, 2:00 – 6:00 pm

Embroidery artist Erick Costa Kohl invites to his Embroidery workshop for Beginners at PremArts. Participants will be shown and have the chance to practice 3 different stitches for contouring and filling techniques.Through embroidery, creative mind Erick Costa Kohl found another way to to express his creativity and is now sharing his skills in workshops.
Learn and practice embroidery in a small group of 10 people in a pleasant atmosphere.
All materials (embroidery hoop, thread, sketches, pens, needles and fabric) will be provided for the 4-hour workshop.

Workshop fee: 30 €

Number of participants: 10

If you are interested to participate in this workshop, a payment fee of 10 € needs to be paid until 15.08.2018


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The History of Beatbox Battle exhibition includes a remarkable multimedia show in the gallery PremArts, where the previous four Beatbox Battle World Championships will be illuminated in detail with the help of touch screen monitors and graphic video and photo installations. Beatbox Battle TV will show up exclusive images and graphic installations from the past years 2002-2017. We invited some of the worlds best human beatboxer on the loop station for a funky fresh music showcase.

Oppening times :

02/08/18 : 13uhr – 17uhr
03/08/18 : 13uhr – 17uhr

– Balance (UK Loop Station Champion 2017)

### SCHEDULE ###
19:00-20:00pm – Opening Ceremony
20:00-20:30pm – Beatbox & Didgeridoo Showcase
20:30-21:00pm – Loop Station Showcase
21:00-22:00pm – Open Mic Cypher

The event is powered by Vodka23 & RedBull.


At Premarts artist Bernard Bolter will be leading an open work space for the collective with the idea of working together and brainstorming about how to make a living in Berlin doing what we love. We invite Berlin artist to come join us and discuss on how to make replicas of their own work and eventually go to the markets of Berlin.

We’re are going to the market as the collective on Sunday.
If you are an artist based in Berlin and would like to talk to us about joining the collectif feel free to come by the gallery and say hello.


Oppelner Strasse –Summer in the City, 10997 BERLIN

Oppelner Strasse and its neighbourhood has its histories that wears on it in layers, vibrating to the contemporary tempo of the city in it and around it. Kreuzberg is based on settling, dynamism and remodelling. The city is ever changing and unique. In 2017, a collaboration between PremArts gallery and artists including Joe Hayes and Kwame Aidoo who found a new home in Berlin through the creative spark of its indegenes, started a conversation which has now become the seed project called Görlitzer Park Arts Festival. We look forward to an interactive, exploratory, educative and impactful festival where we can learn and have fun at the same time and breathe love into the city and inhale the beauty of humanity, interconnectedness and community.


On the topic of sustainability in global cities like Berlin, while addressing the prospects of change agents, we look at ourselves as artists, community members, children of the metrof the urban dynamics, makers, users of space, consumers, curators, bikers, merchants, food lovers, plastic waste collectors, etc. We focus on our direct and indirect responsibilities and how our body languages affect the things around us which in turn affect our anatomies. As such, the project will shine light on key sustainability issues, inclusion, and introduce us to change agents from a variety of disciplines.


Kwame Aidoo – Inkfluent (Berlin, Paris, Accra)
Kenneth Balfelt – Kenneth Balfelt Team (Copenhagen)
Joe Hayes – Joe by Joe (New York)
Minnie Griffith, Photographer and PR (Berlin, West UK, Marseilles)
Elle Peril , Femina non Grata


PremArts Gallery, Oppelner Str 34, 10997 Berlin
Public Space: Oppelner Strasse 34- 15 (between PremArts and Streetfountain
Fountains – Strassenbrunnen Oppelner Str.,



Body language embodies the embedded reflections and silent choreographies of political agency In today’s reality of mass migration, voluntary and forced, where bodies resettle away from war and poverty to create diasporic public spheres where new identifications take place and new identities have to be negotiated. The governing maps of migration show that for refuge seekers, there are still key arbiters that define

who belong to the political community (e.g. citizens) and who remain outside (e.g. undocumented migrants). The affinities or rejections from nation states and local forces apropos to migrant bodies enforces codes of conduct that the settler has to adapt to, to survive. Bodies navigate a new language by losing the language their bodies already knew, new gestures and rhythms are engulfed on their anatomies which are also nonetheless ‘political sites’ Furthermore, migrant’s bodies are also sites of collective memory on which collective history, including colonialism, is written.

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