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Group Show

Initiated and realized by Matthias Mayer und Maik Schierloh
in cooperation with Treptow-Ateliers e.V.

Opening: Friday, 11.11., 17:00-22:00

Saturday, 12.11., 15:00-19:00
Sunday, 13.11., 15:00-19:00

Treptow Ateliers
Wilhelminenhofstr. 83-85
12459 Berlin-Oberschöneweide

Participating artists:

Boris Abel, Deniz Alt, Jakob Argauer, Emilliano Baiocchi, Lisa Ballmann, Gleb Bas, Olaf Bastigkeit, Hannah Becher, Thomas Behling, Niklas Binzberger, Roland Boden, Pedro Boese, Sascha Boldt, Gunnar Borbe, Elisa Jule Braun, Katja Brinkmann, Joanna Buchowska, Johannes Bünemann, Astrid Busch, Michele Caliari, Diego Castro, Sabatino Cersosimo, Chun-Tzu Chang, Ben Cottrell, COUNCIL OF MANY (Alexine Chanel & Mickaël Faure), Till Cremer, DAG, Chiara Dazi, Herbert De Colle, Leo de Munk, Flavio Degen, Mathias Deutsch, Bruno Di Lecce, Frank Diersch, Nataly Dietz, Maurice Doherty, Grigori Dor, Matthias Dornfeld, Thomas Draschan, Ernst F. Drewes, Cécile Dupaquier, Stefan Heinrich Ebner, Tatiana Echeverri Fernandez, Knut Eckstein, fårce RAIK, Wolfgang Flad, Frederik Foert, Sven-Ole Frahm, Daniela Fromberg, Roland Fuhrmann, Frauke Funkhauser, Veronika Gabel, Paul Gallagher, Anne Gathmann, Clemens Geißler, April Gertler, Paris Giachoustidis, Monika Goetz, Kerstin Gottschalk, Julija Goyd, Jürgen Grewe, Mariola Groener, Harriet Groß, Berenice Güttler, Andreas Hachulla, Ann-Kristin Hamm, Michael Hazell, Andreas Helfer, Christian Hellmich, Christian Henkel, Thomas Henriksson, Forster Herchenbach, Matthias Hesselbacher, Hanna Hildebrand, Birgit Hölmer, Alekos Hofstetter, Stephan Homann, Sonja Hornung, Irène Hug, Franziska Hünig, Patrick Jambon, Maarten Janssen, Heehyun Jeong, Thomas Jocher, Elena Karakitsou, Heiko Karn, Stephanie Keitz, Stephanie Kloss, Silke Koch, Sebastian Körbs, Erika Krause, Matthias Krause Hamrin, Pantea Lachin, Patricia Lambertus, Davide Lantermoz, Oliver Lanz, Laurie Georgopoulos, Daniela Lehmann Carrasco, Ronny Lischinski, Sabine Linse, Ingeborg Lockemann & Elke Mohr, Adrian Lohmüller, Christine Lohr, Antonia Low, Mahony, Ioannis Malegianniakis, Angela Mathis, Rei Matsushima, Matthias Mayer, David Möller, Thomas Monses, Valère Mougeot, Paula Muhr, Timo Nasseri, Mascha Naumova, Enrico Niemann, Fernando Niño-Sánchez, Irina Novarese, Lorcan O'Byrne, Felix Oehmann, Claudia Olendrowicz, Olivia Ines Orsolini, Jurgen Ostarhild, Lydia Paasche, Kirsten Palz, Manfred Peckl, Matteo Peterlini, Pfelder, Katja Pudor, Nika Radić & Georg Spehr, Pedro Reis de Mendonca, Øyvind Renberg, Benjamin Renter, Marie Rief, Yvonne Roeb, Römer + Römer, Stefan Roigk, Annette Ruenzler, Daniel Sambo-Richter, Michel Santos, Özlem Sarıyıldız, Christina Sarli, Damien Sayer, Felicia Scheuerecker, Maik Schierloh, Sandra Schlipköter, Oliver Schmidt, Michael Schultze, Richard Schütz, Eva Schwab, Olivia W. Seiling, Semra Sevin, Chiemi Shimada, Soji Shimizu, Liudmila Siewerski, Heidi Sill, Johanna Smiatek, Erik Smith, Sean Smuda, Elisabeth Sonneck, Frederic Spreckelmeyer, Charlie Stein, Gabriele Stellbaum, Tommy Støckel, Moritz Stumm, Katharina Sucker, Miriam Tölke, Emanuele Torti, Marcus Trägner, Petra Trenkel, Chryssa Tsampazi, Jens Ullrich, Kata Unger, V Stylianidou aka Franck-Lee Alli-Tis, James Verhille, Claudia Virginia Vitari, Anke Völk, Andrea van Reimersdahl, Wolf von Kries, Stefanie von Schroeter, Yvonne Wahl, Christine Weber, Linda Weiss, Tilman Wendland, Claudio Wichert, Daniel Wiesenfeld, Barbara Wille, Markus Willeke, Anne Wodtcke, Ina Wudtke, Bora Yediel, Vittorio Zambardi, Simone Zaugg, Ella Ziegler, Michaela Zimmer, Elmar Zimmermann, Christof Zwiener, Oliver Zwink 


With the exhibition title "BLIND VISION" we want to point out not only a view of Berlin but also the unfortunate (spatial) situation of artists in Berlin, especially that of the Ateliergemeinschaft Treptow-Ateliers. Their old studio location in Mörikestraße was terminated in 2018 after six lively years of exchange, mutual support and joint art presentation. The resistance to stay remained unsuccessful, so that the community found an interim use at the current location in the Rathenau-Hallen on Wilhelminenhofstraße as a stopgap solution in 2020. The expected bad news came just in these days. The studio community with 26 artists will have to move out again by the end of the year (Link current statement Treptow-Ateliers e.V.:


Anyone who has moved to Berlin in recent decades has played a part in the development of this city. For some, it conveyed an atmosphere of departure (or even "dependency") in an alternative and avant-garde sense; for others, it was merely a projection surface for profane economic interests pushed by global market events. There was never a vision for all. Politicians were merely trying to pick the pearls out of many alternative ideas. For example, the nightlife and the precarious life of artists were included in the marketing of Berlin. This blind vision is now reflected in a place of action. An unrenovated former industrially used hall and other rooms formerly used as offices, which were made available to the artists' community "Treptow-Ateliers" together with their cheaply rented temporary studios as a temporary playground by an investor. The community itself opened the space for third-party projects. The rawness of the historic site, the desire and spontaneity of the alternative users inevitably lead back to the aura of Berlin in the 1980s and 1990s. And of course Berlin still works like that. But the atmosphere is deceptive, the awakening already sits in the neck, like a drug that slowly loses its effect. Because it all ends, and without romanticism. The artists soon have to go back to their nomadic way. Only that they are not nomadic, but originally displaced from their cherished place of work. Their journey is already unique, because they stick together in solidarity in their seemingly hopeless situation. What could become, what could be? Why is it a blind vision?






Instagram: @blind_vision_berlin




Greenhouse - Metamorphoses of Order


Sabine Linse
Mariel Poppe
Fernando Niño-Sánchez




Exhibition in the Small Orangery at Charlottenburg Palace

Spandauer Damm 22
14059 Berlin-Charlottenburg

Tue to Sun | 12 - 18 h
free admission


July 15 until August 28, 2022


Opening on Thursday, July 14, 2022, 6 p.m.


Welcoming Speech
Heike Schmitt-Schmelz | District City Councilor
Elke von der Lieth | Department of Culture


Verena Voigt I Society for Contemporary Concepts e.V.


The title "Greenhouse" picks up on what the exhibition venue, the Orangerie is original:
a greenhouse. Here, in the small Orangerie at Charlottenburg Palace, it is primarily a place for overwintering. A greenhouse is also a place of cultivation and controlled growth, of cultivated and optimized nature.

The artists are fascinated by the greenhouse as a kind of in-between world with its own conditions in the interplay between nature and culture. Instead of plants, their works now thrive in the greenhouse. Unusual constellations and encounters occur. Organisms mutate and new variants emerge.




... images of the exhibition:





















10. 09. - 15. 10. 2021


Marion Angulanza, Gabriele Basch, Susanne Bürner, Hannes Egger, Joachim Grommek, Franziska Hünig, So-Yeun Lee, Karen Linnenkohl, Sabine Linse/Alexander Laudenberg, Mélodie Melak, random guy from Australia, happy to stay anonymous/uncontributed, Patricia Sandonis, Uli Westphal


La Raum
Freienwalder Strasse 18
13359 Berlin

opening hours: Thu: 6 - 8 pm / Sun: 4 - 6 pm /or by appointment













17.07. - 25.07.2021


Sabine Linse



Pavillon am Milchhof

Schwedter Strasse 232

10435 Berlin

Opening: Friday, 16.07.2021, 19.00


Opening hours:

Saturday, 17.07. and Sunday, 18.07.2021, 14.00 - 17.00

Saturday, 24.07. and Sunday, 25.07.2021, 14.00 - 17.00



























Sandra Contreras, Anette Kuhn, Sabine Linse, Mariel Poppe, Héctor Velázquez

and María Tello
16. October – 6. December 2020

The exhibition ABOUT ORDER by artists Sandra Contreras, Anette Kuhn, Sabine Linse,

Mariel Poppe, Héctor Velázquez Guitérrez and María Tello adopts fragments of the storyline

of Maltese cultural history and their dynamics.
Since 1991, the Berlin Artist Group has exhibited their artistic work together in various spaces.

Their collaborations are characterized by common reflections of philosophical topics, artistic

materials and different modes of production. ABOUT ORDER develops previously unknown

relationships and intercultural points of contact between them. Through these interactions,

a mysterious Palimpsest has arisen, comparable to a precious book with enigmatic overwritings.

Visitors of the exhibition will be delighted by the presence of beauty and the material quality of

the individual works of art.


Sandra Contreras, Anette Kuhn, Sabine Linse, Mariel Poppe, Héctor Velázquez Guiterréz

and María Tello.


Verena Voigt


Berlin Senate Department for Culture and Europe, German-Maltese Circle, Valletta

and Frank-Basten-Stiftung, Leipzig.





















"PEACE - dont make me laugh 
// You A Two Minute Brother"


Friday, 29.11.2019, 19:00 

Boris Abel, Michelle Alperin, Mario Asef, Matthias Bade, Jürgen Baumann, Thomas Behling, Jennifer Bennett, Hannes Berwing, Roland Boden, Manuel Bonik, Gunnar Borbe, Johannes Bünemann, Matthew Burbidge, Sonja Burbidge, Astrid Busch, Saskia Breitenreicher, Daniel Chluba, Kyung-hwa Choi-ahoi, Chris Costan, Annedore Dietze, Meike Dölp, Knut Eckstein, Irena Eden & Stijn Lernout, Niki Elbe, Christel Fetzer, Sven-Ole Frahm, Tom Früchtl, Heike Gallmeier, Anne Gathmann, anna onno gatjal, Ingo Gerken, Monika Goetz, Kim Dotty Hachmann, Stephan Homann, Irène Hug, Henrik Jacob, Hubi W. Jäger, Thomas Jocher, Uwe Jonas, Sven Kalden, Werner Kernebeck, Silke Koch, Karen Koltermann, Karsten Korn, Simone Lanzenstiel, Michael Lapuks, Niina Lehtonen Braun, Sabine Linse, Ingeborg Lockemann & Elke Mohr, Michael Luther, Mahony, Matthias Mayer, Paula Muhr, Leo de Munk, Berit Myreboee, Richard Neal, Joe Neave, Kirsten Palz, Kathrin Rabenort, Nika Radic, Maria-Leena Räihälä, Monika Rechsteiner, Benjamin Renter, Cornelia Renz, Regine Rode, Julia Rüther, Andreas Sachsenmaier, Katrin Salentin, Jochen Schneider, Iris Schomaker, Ann Schomburg, Olivia W. Seiling, Sandra Setzkorn & Emma Grün, Heidi Sill, Johanna Smiatek, Erik Smith, Sean Smuda, Elisabeth Sonneck, Gabriele Stellbaum, Stoll & Wachall, Max Sudhues, Alex Tennigkeit, Anja Teske, Thea Timm, Julian Villaret, Gabriele Volanti, Anke Völk, Linda Weiss, Bettina Weiß, Anke Westermann, Claudio Wichert, Markus Wirthmann, Sibylle Zeh, Gloria Zein, Ella Ziegler, Christof Zwiener

Since 2005, quotations from past decades (mostly from the 1980s) have been the titles of the annual One Night Group shows at Spor Klübü. This year there are two quotes available to which the invited artists can refer: "PEACE - dont make me laugh" and "You A Two Minute Brother". Both have their origins in the early 1990s and come from the Afro-American hip-hop and rap scene. "PEACE - dont make me laugh" is the opening line of the song "Endangered Species (Tales From The Darkside)" from Ice Cube's 1990 album "AmeriKKKa's Most Wanted". The song is directed against a racist America marked by police violence. The lyrics and music of BWP a.k.a. Bytches With Problems are also located in the same context - with the difference that they come from a feminist point of view and powerfully clear up the male (rapper) patriarchy. The quote "You A Two Minute Brother" comes from the song "Two Minute Brother" from BWP's first and only (published) album "The Bytches".

"PEACE - dont make me laugh" - if you transfer this saying into current political events, you couldn't put it better. Now that "fake or false talk" has established itself more than ever on the political level, warlike intentions and violations of international law are now being declared peace missions. There is no need to name the people involved, because their style is - as they are - not only known, but also no longer generates fright or a collective international outcry. "You A Two Minute Brother. Only a few female hip-hop musicians have managed to equal their male counterparts in terms of crude lyrics with contemptuous expressions against the opposite sex. The "Bytches" did exactly that and embodied justice, even if they did it in the same devastating way. In "Two Minute Brother" they make a notch in the macho behaviour and hit the (given) masculinity in a sensitive place - during sex.




Freienwalder Str. 31
13359 Berlin
Tel.: 0179-8593744
U8 Pankstr./S Bornholmerstr.








Deep Surface

Karen Linnenkohl / Sabine Linse / Richard Schütz


 EXHIBITION: 08.12.2018 - 05.01.2019 

 Opening hours: Thu – Fri: 3 pm – 7 pm, Sa: 2 pm - 6 pm


Deep Surface adopts the year's theme: 'The Appearance of Things' by delving into the continuing issue of daily confusion: To what extent can we trust our perception?Does it not inevitably cling to the surface? Do increasingly precise observations and ever more exact investigation methods not lead to a fathoming of ever finer folds of a nevertheless opaque surface? Which - by the way - raises the question: is there at all something which lies beneath, or is it just an increasingly deeper folding of the surface?
What do we really percieve of this surface? What do we select, what do we add by interpretation? How much more what we consider to be perception is shaped by our expectations, so that is it much more the reflection of our imaginations than an unobstructed reception of the percieved?
Deep surface does not offer any answers to these questions, but picks up on the already existing confusion and invites you to engage further. The works of Karen Linnenkohl, Sabine Linse and Richard Schütz each engage enticingly and differently with the abysses, confusions and imaginations that appear as soon as we receive sensory impressions .



Scotty e.V.

Projektraum für zeitgenössische Kunst und experimentelle Medien

Oranienstrasse 46

10969 Berlin













Das gekaute Objekt

Sandra Contreras | Anette Kuhn | Sabine Linse | Mariel Poppe | Maria Tello | Héctor Velázquez 

Eröffnung: Freitag der 30. November 2018 um 18:00 Uhr

Einführung: Cathérine Kuebel, Kuratorin der Ausstellung

Ausstellung vom 1. Dezember 2018 bis 27. Januar 2019

Mo–So 10 – 20 Uhr

Galerie im Saalbau (Neukölln) 

Karl-Marx-Straße 141, 12043 Berlin 






















Freitag, 30.11.2018, 19.00 Uhr


Boris Abel, Sonja Alhäuser, Mika Andersen, Robert Barta, Matthias Beckmann, Thomas Behling, Hannes Berwing, Antje Blumenstein, Pedro Boese, Gunnar Borbe, Saskia Breitenreicher, Johannes Bünemann, Matthew Burbidge, Astrid Busch, Alexander Callsen, Till Cremer, Rolf Czulius, Nataly Dietz, Knut Eckstein, Irena Eden & Stijn Lernout, Niki Elbe, Frederik Foert, Monika Goetz, Massoud Graf-Hachempour, Ben Greber, Thomas Grötz, Lise Harlev, Alekos Hofstetter, Stephan Homann , Birgit Hölmer, Sonja Hornung, Irène Hug, Hubi W. Jäger, Jakob Jensen, Thomas Jocher, Uwe Jonas, Klaus Jörres, Sven Kalden, Silke Koch, Karen Koltermann, Karsten Korn, Simone Lanzenstiel, Julia Lazarus, Lichtstrahl & Bleiche, Simon Lindhardt, Sabine Linse, Ingeborg Lockemann und Elke Mohr, Christine Lohr, Frank Maier, Gerhard Mantz, Matthias Mayer, Stefanie Mayer, Wolfgang Mayer, Ulrike Mohr, Peter Müller, Paula Muhr, Leo de Munk, Berit Myrebøe, Kirsten Palz, Manfred Peckl, Kathrin Rabenort, Thomas & Renée Rapedius, Maria-Leena Räihälä, Benjamin Renter, Cornelia Renz, Jiannis Savvidis, Katalin Schaak, Olivia W. Seiling, Johanna Smiatek, Erik Smith, Elisabeth Sonneck, Anne Staszkiewicz, Gabriele Stellbaum, Vassiliea Stylianidou mit Justice for Zak / Zackie Block Berlin (queer activists from greece and Soli Tsoli group), Stoll & Wachall, Max Sudhues, Anja Teske, Peter Torp, Chryssa Tsampazi, Micki Tschur, Kata Unger, Julien Villaret, Gabiela Volanti, Anke Völk, Florian Wagner, Christine Weber, Linda Weiss, Anke Westermann, Barbara Wille, Markus Wirthmann, Michaela Zimmer, Christof Zwiener


Spor Klübü

Freienwalder Str. 31
13359 Berlin
Tel.: 0179-8593744
U8 Pankstr./S Bornholmerstr.










7 Walks in the Woods


Katja Grüneberg-Wehner, Jutta Kneisel, Anja Jensen, Anka Landtau, Linda Lammert Lildholdt, Alexander Pröpster, Sabine Linse and Clement Price-Thomas


2. July – 3. September 2017

Opening: 2. July 12.00




24891 Struxdorf, Bellig 4





Gesellschaft für zeitgenössische Konzepte e.V.

Kunstverein Kiel





El Objeto Masticado

26.1.2017 - 25.3.2017

Casa de la Primera Imprenta de América, México D.F.