An exhibition series focused exclusively on Berlin-based artists.
Fri 18.06.2021 18–22h
Sat 19.06.2021 11–22h
Sun 20.06.2021 11–18h
Nåpoleon Komplex, Modersohnstr.49a, 10245 Berlin–Friedrichshain; map
S+U Warschauer Straße (S3, S5, S75, S9, U1, U3, Tram M10, Bus 300, 347)
Adrian Lohmüller, Ahmet Öhgüt, Ahu Dural, Alicja Kwade, Allistair Walther, Amélié Riech, Anna Slobodnik, Artist on the Moon, Astvaldur, Berenice Güttler, Cheonghye Sophia, Colette Vermeulen, Daniela Macé-Rossiter, Dareos Khalili, Dora Durkesac, Dorothee Diebold, Douglas Auersperg, Fabian Anselm Orasch, Franziska Harnisch, Fred Thackeray-Vincent, Gabriel Beçak, Gabriela Lesmes López, Gawie Joubert, Gregor Hildebrandt, Heyon Han, Jakub Kubica, Jan Kohlby, Johannes Schön, Julia Grybos & Barbora Zentková, Julian Simon, Katharina Trudzinski, Keegan Luttrell, Lexia Hachtmann, Lovro Artuković, Luca Longagnani, Maness, Maria Sécio, Mark Walker, Mara Fortunatović, Markus Gley, Massimiliano Rossetto, Mehtap Baydu, Michelle Chen, Nicoleta Auersperg, Nils Blau, Odey Curbelo, oona calx, Pätzug / Hertweck, Philip Topolovac, Roger Eberhard, Salvatore Siciliano, Super Model Services 3D, Satoko Kako, Sebastian Körbs, Sophie Erlund, Stefanie Egedy, Stephanie Cedeño, Stephen Kent, V3 + Humatic, Yolandé Gouws, Yvonne Adreini
Drawing on the Berlin creative scene, HOT MESS brings together a mix of established, emerging, and young artists.
For the second edition of HOT MESS and on the occasion of extended frustrations and confusing world events, 60+ Berlin-based artists converge in ex-Deutsche Bahn carriage repair halls, now Nåpoleon Komplex, to exhibit their individual creative output related to the world and the current times we are living in.
A deliberately open topic, the show is intended to be a HOT MESS of creativity, presenting diverse art mediums, narratives, opinions, points of view, explorations, argumentations, feelings, insights and questions.
A big THANK YOU to everyone involved, in particular...
... to all participating artists for their time, love and wonderful work. The show would not have been possible without you!
Thank you to Elin Creese for your dedication, support and hard work.
Thank you to Vanja Zanko for co-curating and to Mario Furcic for transportation support.
Thank you to Barbara Cilliers for photographing the show and works, twice!
Thank you to Charly Delhom for curating the outdoor area for your vision and dedication.
And of course, to all those who managed to come on the hottest weekend of the year. Bravo!