The galleries in Berlin are currently closed to visitors until further notice in order to help contain the spread of the coronavirus. Stay healthy, STAY AT HOME, and enjoy exploring the artworks digitally here on PiB! ps: Also follow PiB on Instagram for the upcoming takeovers by gallerists & artists!
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Solo Exhibition


Stefan Berg

Curated by Harald Theiss

On the occasion of 100 years of bauhaus, Stefan Berg – through a contemporary visual vocabulary liberated from previously familiar cultural-historical and architectural discourse – makes it possible for the model thinking bauhaus to become visible in the present. The artist’s goal is to visually display the ideas of the bauhaus: to make the modernisation and formation of a society both clear as well as palpable. Through his concentrated photographic gaze, Berg explores the degree to which the ideas of the bauhaus are manifested in the example of the building in Dessau. Curated by Harald Theiss.

In connection with the exhibition-project the book bauhaus – seen by Stefan Berg has been published by Distanz-Verlag.

Stefan Berg (*1971) is a photographer. In his work he primarily examines the themes of work, identity, and development. After his training to a master level in photography in Heidelberg, he studied communication design with Prof. Wiebke Loeper in Potsdam. Since then he has had many exhibitions. The artist lives and works in Berlin.

Framework program

Tuesday, June 18, 2019, 7 pm
»Vom Gedanken zum Buch – Konzept, Gestaltung und Realisierung des Fotobuches«
Wiebke Loeper in conversation with the artist Stefan Berg and curator Harald Theiss. The talk will be held in German. Free admission.

Wednesday, July 17, 2019, 7 pm
Curator’s Guided Tour with Harald Theiss, the artist will be present.
The tour will be held in German. Free admission.

Haus am Kleistpark

June 7 — Aug 11, 2019
Opening Reception: Thursday, June 6, 7 pm
Framework program: please see above

Grunewaldstraße 6 – 7, 10823 Berlin
[Schöneberg | Tempelhof-Schöneberg]

Opening hours: Tue – Sun 11 am – 6 pm;
Whitsunday, June 9, 2019: open from 11 am – 6 pm,
Whit Monday, June 10, 2019: closed

Admission free

Simultaneous exhibition

Friederike von Rauch »In Secret / Insgeheim«

June 14 — Aug 14, 2019
Opening Reception: Thursday, June 13, 6 pm

Ensuing exhibition


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