Friday March 6th, 7-7:30


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Tabea Krah + Viola da Gamba

To be seen in Premarts gallery from 10.-26.02.2021 is the violin maker and musician Tabea Krah with her work on a viola da gamba.

Tabea Krah lives and works in Kreuzberg, Oppelner Straße 34 for almost 10 years now and is concentrating in repairing, restoring and building instruments. The last one she finished to create was a Swedish Nyckelharpa (Moraharpa).

To get her mind free and having more space for her creativity, Tabea loves to work in the rooms of Premarts that are flexible in their usings and empty in the beginning when slowly slowly the art could develop. Here she is not only working on the sound but also playing the instruments.


The next concert is in preparation. When Corona regulations will allow it, she will perform soon with her colleague Christian Müller at the trumpet, playing cello and guitar herself.
“Instrumentenbau Tabea Krah” on Facebook and Instagram



Silke Lapina


The »99 HOPES« exhibition is a homage to our hopes and dreams we are free to have also during difficult times. In a variety of works as paintings and sculptures the artist Silke Lapina is using elements of popculture and refers to various theologians such as Meister Eckhart and Martin Buber. The abstract paintings include thoughts and scribbles from popsongs and theological concepts. The artist explores questions on spirituality and tranformation in contemporary society and also the varieties of religious experiences.


Artist Bio Silke Lapina Silke Lapina is a German-Filipino visual artist and photographer based in Berlin. She assisted several photographers and fine artists in the fields of street art and fashion around the globe, before receiving her B.A. in Culture- and Social Anthropology at the University of Vienna. She is currently pursuing a M.A. in Religion and Culture at the Humboldt University in Berlin on the relationship between art and spirituality and her light installation »YOU+I=LIGHT« (2019) as a case study.