Yvonne Lambert
Rosa-Luxemburg-Straße 45, 10178 Berlin
Wed – Sat: noon – 6pm






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Graduale 16: No New Kind of Duck
20 – 23 October 2016

Opening reception, concert & performance
Thursday, 20 October 2016, 5pm Yvonne Lambert, 6pm L40 & 9pm Grüner Salon


http://gs.udk-berlin.de/en/graduale-16-no-new-kind-of-duck-wie-man-konfliktreiche-welten-aus-der-wirklichkeit-herausschnitzt/





Plural Melts – »The Story of Joan of Arc part 2« by Beatrice Loft Schulz and »Femme Fabrications« by Joseph Noonan-Ganley**
4 – 26 June 2016

Opening & performances by Beatrice Loft Schulz and Joseph Noonan-Ganley
Saturday, 4 June 2016, 7pm

The Making of ›The Story of Joan of Arc‹, artist's talk by Beatrice Loft Schulz
Tuesday, 7 June 2016, 8pm





»The Future of the Left«
Friday, 13 May 2016, 7:30pm


Seeking to extend the precedents set by galleries like cointemporary, left gallery is a blockchain-based space for the display and dissemination of downloadable objects.

This event marks the official launch of the gallery, which has been in operation since 2015. Harm van den Dorpel, the gallery’s co-founder, with Paloma Rodríguez Carrington, will be present for a discussion of the roots and aims of the project, which grew out of an experience he had producing the work »Event Listeners« (2015) for the Austrian Museum of Applied and Contemporary Arts (MAK). The creation of the work marked the first recorded occasion on which an artwork was purchased by a museum using the cryptocurrency Bitcoin.

The event will be accompanied by a meal prepared by van den Dorpel consisting of gado gado with marbled eggs – Indonesian specialties which became familiar to Europeans as the advance of Dutch colonialism subsumed the territory known today as Indonesia. The foregrounding of the dish’s colonial origins not only places an elided aspect of European history in the spotlight, but also seeks to explore the quasi colonial relations that are increasingly being built into the Internet’s infrastructure, a mentality left gallery seeks to confront and oppose.


In 2016 left gallery will present works by artists including:

Alexis Anais Avedisian (curated by Nora Khan)
Damon Zucconi
Dorine van Meel
Gene McHugh (collaboration with The Composing Rooms and Version House)
Harm van den Dorpel
Hayal Pozanti (curated by Laurel Schwulst)
Rita Vitorelli
Ryan Kuo (curated by Nora Khan)
Sean Lockwood (curated by Laurel Schwulst)
Shawné Michaelain Holloway (curated by Nora Khan)


Text by William Kherbek
Sales and press enquiries: Paloma Rodríguez Carrington
https://left.gallery/



»The Future of the Left« is the first of a series of events, exhibitions and presentations on digital art jointly organised by Spike & Yvonne Lambert, intended to address the display, distribution, and collection of digital objects.





»Already Unmade«*

On Sunday, April 24th choreographer Andros Zins-Browne will be practicing »Already Unmade«. Conceived as a rehearsal where Zins-Browne ›unmakes‹ – remixes, overlaps, compresses and extends – choreographies he has previously performed, »Already Unmade« reverses the order in which choreography is normally created. Beginning with finished, ›choreographic objects‹, »Already Unmade» will use the repetition and restaging of a rehearsal to allow these objects to unravel. Yvonne Lambert will be open to the public from 12-6pm.





Plural Melts – »Dunmore Caves«, featuring works by Stephan Backes, Jassem Hindi, Clémence de La Tour du Pin, Andrzej Ratajczyk, Antoine Renard, Daniel Shanken, Andrew Munks & Richard Sides, and Viktor Timofeev**
20 February – 5 March 2016

http://artviewer.org/plural-melts-dunmore-caves-at-yvonne-lambert/



Opening & performances by Stephan Backes and Viktor Timofeev
Saturday, 20 February 2016, 7pm

Performances by Jassem Hindi and Daniel Shanken
Saturday, 27 February 2016, 7pm





»Neokontext«, preceded by »Strange Action« by Isabel Lewis
5 June; 16 July 2015 – 28 February 2016

Talks, presentations, informal exhibitions and conversations about the art of the 90s.


II. Peter Weibel’s exhibition »Kontext Kunst« (1993)

42 slide film strips or single slides, unmounted, in plastic sleeves
83 Ektrachrome transparencies, ca. 6 x 6 cm, in plastic sleeves
5 slides, mounted
brochure (exhibition copy)

Universalmuseum Joanneum – Neue Galerie Graz/Archiv


Lightboxes by David Polzin





Plural Melts – »Afternoon«, a performance by Zuzanna Ratajczyk, with Alistair Watts, Josephine Findeisen and Juan Pablo Cámara**
Saturday, 12 December 2015, 7.30pm (7pm doors) & Sunday, 13 December 2015, 4pm





Lina Hermsdorf, »The Best Answer You Can Give Is Symmetry« (Episode IV), performed by Andrew Hardwidge*
Wednesday, 2 September 2015, 7 & 8pm





»Farewell to Spring«
30 April – 28 June 2015

Paweł Polit, »The Ball in Zalesie Reconstructed: The Emergence of Place«
Talk, Thursday, 25 June 2015, 8pm (in English)





»Neokontext«, preceded by »Strange Action« by Isabel Lewis
5 June; 16 July 2015 – 28 February 2016

Talks, presentations, informal exhibitions and conversations about the art of the 1990s.


I. Colin de Land speaking at »The Aesthetic Field, Talks On Forms Of Artistic Practice« at the Hochschule für Angewandte Kunst, Vienna, an event organised by Ulf Wuggenig in cooperation with Galerie Metropol, Vienna, 1992

Opening Thursday, 16 July 2015, 7 pm





»The Bachelors' Ball« & »Farewell to Spring«
30 April – 28 June 2015

Tobias Zielony, »The Citizen«
Talk, Tuesday, 9 June 2015, 8pm (in English)

Anka Ptaszkowska, »Once there was a ball ….«
Presentation, Thursday, 11 June 2015, 8pm (in Polish with simultaneous interpretation into English)





»Strange Action«, a live work by Isabel Lewis*

And More Strange Action … in conversation with Adam Linder
shortly following the performance

Friday, 5 June 2015, 8pm





»The Bachelors' Ball«
30 April – 28 June 2015

Franz Schultheis, »Pierre Bourdieu's Visual Sociology«
Lecture, Friday, 22 May 2015, 7pm (in German)





»Junggesellenball« & »Abschied vom Frühling« / »The Bachelors' Ball« & »Farewell to Spring«
30.4. – 28.6. 2015

Opening Wednesday 29 April, 7pm
(concurrently with »39 Drawings« at Spike Berlin & the first instalment of »Windows«, Spike's series of window display shows, by Šejla Kamerić)










Yvonne Lambert is a non-profit exhibition space organised by Christian Kobald.
The performance programme is directed by Adam Linder (*).
»Plural Melts« is an intermittent programme of events taking place throughout 2016, organised by Zuzanna Ratajczyk and Eoghan Ryan (**).



Yvonne Lambert is supported by the Bundeskanzleramt Österreich.