TOMORROW IT’S TIME FOR THE FUTURE showcases young talents from Berlin and New York, two of the most interesting centers in the world. The exhibition focuses on the close connections and lively transatlantic exchange of ideas that lead to collectives and collaborative projects. New York’s creatives see Berlin as the art Mecca of the twenty-first century, often referring to it as the city’s “sixth borough”. The show mixes work by up-and-coming artists with some of their inspirations: pieces by art world mainstays and creators of commercially successful art. Embedding the young artists in their historical context, “Tomorrow it’s time for the future” presents a survey of several generations of artists and takes a glimpse at the future of art by exploring potential developments. Where do artistic ideas come from? Which themes continue to preoccupy artists on both sides of the Atlantic and give rise to art that stands the test of time? The result is an exhibition of paintings and performances, sculptures and videos, works that illustrate how a formal language and ideas evolve as they spread from generation to generation and from continent to continent.



Stefan Alber / Josef Albers / Matthew Barney / Caroline Bayer / Alma Blackstone / Louise Bourgeois / Daniel Buren / John Cage / Vija Celmins / Deville Cohen / Grayson Cox / Robert Crumb / Lizza May David / Janine Eggert / Tracey Emin / Valie Export / Nadja Frank / Jared Friedman / Buckminster Fuller / Dan Gluibizzi / Felix Gonzalez-Torres / On Kawara / Marte Kiessling / Sherrie Levine / Agnes Martin / Sophie Miyamoto / Otto Mühl / Raymond Pettibon / Richard Prince / Odilon Redon / Philipp Ricklefs / Ed Ruscha / Christopher Sage / Robert Smithson / JomarStatkun / Hito Steyerl / Zefrey Throwell / Cassandra Troyan / Nickolaus Typaldos / Nicoll Ullrich / Lawrence Weiner / Mikka Wellner / Franz West / Genevieve White / Tara White



Mariannenplatz 2

10997 Berlin/Germany



Sonntag, 15. September, 17 Uhr
Hermes, Rolex, Modigliani: Authenticity in a Counterfeit Age
Paneltalk mit Dr. Sarah D. Chipps, Autor R. Jay Magill Jr. und Künstler Zefrey Throwell

Der lukrative Markt billiger Handtaschen- und Uhrenimitate sowie gefälschter Gemälde dient als Ausgangspunkt für eine ausführliche Diskussion, in der das Panel sich den komplexen Fragen zum Wert von Authentizität in der heutigen Zeit stellt.
Using the lucrative market of knockoff handbags, fake watches and forged paintings as a springboard for a larger discussion, come listen to our guests tackle difficult questions about how authenticity is valued in the world today.

Donnerstag, 26. September, 18 Uhr
Künstler als Denker – Nur das Falsche ist als solches noch wahr
Bazon Brock, Denker im Dienst in der Denkerei am Oranienplatz, betreibt seit 1968 das Konzept der Besucherschulen/ Professionalisierung der Betrachter, Zuschauer und Zuhörer. In der Ausstellung bietet Bazon den Teilnehmern eine Instant-Ausbildung zum rege nachgefragten Beruf des Ausstellungsbesuchers als Partner der Künstler.
Bazon Brock, self-titled, “Thinker on Duty” at the Denkerei in Oranienplatz, started the concept of the visitorschool for the professionalization of the particpant. In this exhibition Bazon will offer the guests an instanteducation on what it means to be a visitor and a partner of the artist.