25.06.2021-25.07.2021, Zukunftswerkstatt Ihme-Zentrum, Hannover
Edin Bajrić and Nikola Sarić have positioned themselves in their previous artistic approaches to relevant and everlasting socio-political themes, and in the latest production at the Ihme-Zentrum they try to expand this. On the threshold of presence to transcendence, in the simultaneity of opposites, the moments of paradox, the moments of recognition and the seconds of transformation, the center of the project lies.
The title “Yes? Yes!” indicates a kind of communication and perception process – a dialogue between you and me or between me and myself. It has long been known that the recipient demands a dialogue with the author of a work. Who asks the question and who gives the answers – the viewer, the author or the work?
Where are the cultural opportunities for participation and social transformation potentials in such a discourse? The positions in the form of paintings, sculptures, graphics, photographs and room installations are presented from various perspectives.
Mon + Sat: 17:00-21:00 h, guided tours at 18:00 h
Fri + Sun: 15:00-19:00 h, guided tours at 16:00 h
Location: Zukunftswerkstatt Ihme-Zentrum, Ihmeplatz 7E, 30449 Hannover, Germany
- Group exhibition
C’est la réouverture, on ferme…!
10.06.2021 – 26.06.2021
In its last exhibition at this location, Galerie Tokonoma presents 47 artists whose work it had previously been able to show over the past eight years, including:
Enzo Certa, Jean-Pierre Dausset, Jose Ferrer, François Ferrier, Barbara Goraczko, Yves Helbert, Frédéric Khodja, Fred Maillard, François Malingrey, L.D. Morhor, Gladys Nistor, Chloé Poizat, Catherine Raynal, Brann Renaud, Anne-Lise Riond-Sibony, Nikola Sarić, Yuko Soi, Beatriz Trepat, Cyril Tricaud, Laurent Vignais, Davor Vrankić, Lucas Weinachter.
- Virtual exhibition visit
Special prize of the Hanns-Lilje Foundation goes to Nikola Sarić.
The Hanns Lilje Foundation Prize 2021 goes to the theologian Dr. Tatjana Schnütgen from Regensburg and the Hannoverian Asambura Ensemble. Special prizes are awarded to the artist Susan Donath from Dresden and the artist Nikola Sarić from Hanover.
Prof. Dr. Christoph Dahling-Sander, Secretary of the Hanns Lilje Foundation, says: “In 2021, we will honour a scientist and artists who, with their highly innovative contributions, initiate current debates in the encounter between art and culture with church and theology. They are thus making an exemplary contribution to the productive creation of diversity of our society and the Church.”
The award ceremony is scheduled for late summer 2021.