Unter Linden

Berlin’s autumn art program is coming up and the ten artists of pilote contemporary are looking forward to presenting their first group show since the addition of four new members at SUB TEI in Neukölln.

The new constellation of artists incorporates independent artistic practices that span performance, installation, video, painting, photography, and sculpture. pilote : Unter Linden will be showing these ten very different artistic positions in a relaxed atmosphere from September 4-11, 2020, even before the Berlin Art Week and Gallery Weekend Berlin officially open, while observing all necessary hygiene and precautionary measures.

Works will be presented by: Attilio Tono, Betty Böhm, Kathrin Ganser, Sarah Straßmann and Selket Chlupka - all of whom have been part of pilote's artist roster since its founding in 2016, as well as Carla Mercedes Hihn, who has been part of pilote since 2018, and Catherine Evans, Claire Laude, Dana Engfer and Stefan Klein, who have been part of pilote contemporary since April 2020.

"The new members complete the team and make it tangible as a diverse artistic union. That is why we are even more pleased to be able to give pilote contemporary the opportunity to exhibit as a newly formed group in our spaces for the first time and despite corona conditions."

About pilote contemporary

Pilote brings together the work of ten Berlin-based artists. Presenting independent artistic positions that share a strong critical and conceptual engagement, the works are presented to the public through an exhibition program that also invites guest artists and curators to work directly with the artists in the development of thematically based exhibitions. Pilote’s public program occupies spaces temporarily in a conscious effort to shift the fixed gallery model.

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Katharina Neumann


Exhibition: 04.-11.09.2020, daily 16:00 until 19:00 Uhr

Image credit: Dana Engfer, aus der Serie „Darling show me where the cedars grow, where our ghosts stay in the shade“, 2017