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Anker 19

How beautiful you are!

Kosmetiksalon Babette as guest at KINDL

Sonja Alhäuser, BIEST, Marc Bijl, Norbert Bisky, Kirstin Burckhardt, Yvon Chabrowski, Sandra Dresp, Martin Eder, Thomas Eller, Moritz Frei, Isabella Fürnkäs, Gonzalez Haase AAS, Mathilde ter Heijne, Jens Heller, Vera Kox, Via Lewandowsky, Lina Migic, Frank Nitsche, Nik Nowak feat. Isis Scott, Omsk Social Club, Kerstin Schröder, Sorgen International, Jonny Star, Moritz Stumm, Saralisa Volm, Albert Weis

curated by Maik Schierloh

curatorial assistent: Daniela von Damaros

22 February - 8 March 2020

Maschinenhaus M0

KINDL – Centre for Contemporary Art

Am Sudhaus 3, 12053 Berlin


With the group exhibition How beautiful you are!, the Kosmetiksalon Babette will be a guest for two weeks in the Maschinenhaus M0 of the KINDL – Centre for Contemporary Art. In various forms of artistic expression, the exhibition examines the concept of beauty in the art world and directs its focus towards art and artists in equal measure.

How beautiful you are! does not treat beauty as an evaluative category but instead takes the term as the point of departure for experiments, commenting upon it from various perspectives: architectural designs by AAS Gonzalez Haase, sportswear by Sandra Dresp and a promotional by Sorgen International. Included in the painterly positions are works by Martin Eder, Norbert Bisky, Jens Heller and Frank Nitsche, among others. Multiple-media works by Nik Nowak and Jonny Star encounter body-related, performative works by Yvon Chabrovski and Kirstin Burckhardt as well as sculptural works by Vera Kox and Albert Weis. In accordance with the tradition of the legendary Bar Babette, How beautiful you are! envisions itself as a network exhibition in which a multiplicity of artistic positions gives rise to the characteristic energetic charge.

Exhibition text English





7 March 2020, 8 pm: Fashion show with BIEST at Kosmetiksalon Babette / Sudhaus at Kindl


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Exhibition views:

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Nr. 1 - 3 © Maik Schierloh; Nr. 4 - 9 © Daniela von Damaros

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