Ausstellungsraum EULENGASSE

Frankfurt am Main, Germany

Seckbacher Landstrasse 16
60389 Frankfurt am Main
Frankfurt am Main, Germany

info@eulengasse.de

EULENGASSE is an artist-run space in Frankfurt am Main, Germany. It provides a platform for artists and people interested in contemporary art and culture. Founded by artists in 2003, its purpose is to run a gallery, to maintain studios for its members, and to create a space for debate and exchange about contemporary art. EULENGASSE is independent of the art market, our venue is open to the public and invites everybody interested in the arts. Exhibitions and projects present members as well as artists from our European network and all over the world. For the more than 50 creative members, cooperations with other artist-run spaces in Germany and abroad offer a variety of perspectives for artistic exchange and encounters with other people interested in art. EULENGASSE is present at various art fairs in order to make use of suitable diffusion and networking opportunities for its heterogeneous membership. As a non-profit organisation, EULENGASSE presents a broad variety of different and even controversy perspectives on contemporary art, culture and society. For the activities in the gallery space in Frankfurt am Main, the members develop each year an annual theme that provides a common thread and that deals with socio-political movements or artistic objectives. A wide variety of forms of art education are used in our events. In addition to the exhibitions, EULENGASSE also organises discussions, lectures, film programmes, performances and excursions.

ENABLE – (New)Thinking exhibition making: We open up a field of discussion on how to curate exhibitions in project spaces. From which fields exhibitions are actually made: art science, sociology, human geography, architecture, theatre, new media… The natural event Twilight Zone is a good metaphor for the field of art appreciation. Structure and task of the independent art business are different from the establishment. As EULENGASSE we would like to immerse more deeply in the grey zone of artists – curators and their roles. Independent curators emphasise the mediation of art and the encouragement of cultural diversity. It is not only about the visual presentation of artworks, but also about their understanding and translation, in order to dive deeper into the artistic visions and ideas.

Participants:
Melike Bayık, Vládmir Combre de Sena
, Harald Etzemüller, Gözde Ju, Cristiana Tejo

EULENGASSE is an artist-run space in Frankfurt am Main, Germany. It provides a platform for artists and people interested in contemporary art and culture. Founded by artists in 2003, its purpose is to run a gallery, to maintain studios for its members, and to create a space for debate and exchange about contemporary art. EULENGASSE is independent of the art market, our venue is open to the public and invites everybody interested in the arts. Exhibitions and projects present members as well as artists from our European network and all over the world. For the more than 50 creative members, cooperations with other artist-run spaces in Germany and abroad offer a variety of perspectives for artistic exchange and encounters with other people interested in art. EULENGASSE is present at various art fairs in order to make use of suitable diffusion and networking opportunities for its heterogeneous membership. As a non-profit organisation, EULENGASSE presents a broad variety of different and even controversy perspectives on contemporary art, culture and society. For the activities in the gallery space in Frankfurt am Main, the members develop each year an annual theme that provides a common thread and that deals with socio-political movements or artistic objectives. A wide variety of forms of art education are used in our events. In addition to the exhibitions, EULENGASSE also organises discussions, lectures, film programmes, performances and excursions.


ENABLE – (New)Thinking exhibition making © Gözde Ju, Harald Etzemüller, Vládmir Combre de Sena
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