2024

Events


7.1.2024
Museum Sunday Berlin

Free admission to many museums and exhibition spaces in Berlin, every 1st Sunday of the month.

A booked time slot is necessary for visiting, the booking is possible one week before. Last-minute time slots are available on 7.1. at 10 am.

 

12.1.2024
Un Chant/A Shoe/Achoo. We’re gonna have a Good Time: for BP. Gerry Bibby 2010–2023.

7 pm
Performance. 2023 version with Nadja Abt, Rosa Aiello, Gerry Bibby, Enver Hadzijaj & Karl Holmqvist

 

 

“This performance on its first & only happening used to be called Un Chant. Grotto Giganta: stalactite/stalagmite in 2010, & it was made for an exhibition by Susanne M. Winterling at GAK in Bremen called …dreaming is nursed in darkness, a quote from Jean Genet. The performance’s rudimentary, task oriented activities; in spite of their being disturbed & reordered, I thought tempered the title’s admittedly elaborate shape, assuming at the time the floral naming was appropriate when honoring Genet. I continue in that vein here.

In a time of much travel for both the sustenance of my personal economy & my art making alongside adoringly attending my then love in NYC, the work took one motif from Genet’s only film Un chant d’Amour. I’d taken others from it before.

Quite some time earlier as an unsuspecting teen I was ceremonially given a beautiful copy of Genet’s Our Lady of The Flowers (Notre Damme de Fleur, 1943). I’ve not been the same since. The taken motif from the film involved a small bouquet of flowers swung on a string by a muscular arm through a barred prison window, to another arm extending from another barred window expectantly awaiting, grasping for, this gesture of affection – the gesture also appears abstracted on a black background, sans prison landscape.

There are of course many forms of containment & coercion & attempts at escape therefrom, but thankfully incarceration like Genet’s is not the variety of power’s exertions we’ve been dealt to date. Pélassy, also a fan of Genet, & this exhibition at Haus am Waldsee give me the opportunity to re-figure the performance’s attempts to appeal for affection, with a host of companions, in spite of bureaucratic & other strictures. We hope you will join us.” (Gerry Bibby)

The reading will be held in English and German. Capacity is limited, we recommend to come early. Admission is included in the exhibition ticket.

Image: Gerry Bibby. Scan of book produced using the GAK’s photocopy machine & its printed manual during the 2009 performance.

12.1.2024
2 F M

Every second Friday of the month, the Haus am Waldsee is open until 8 pm.

From 6 pm, an art guide will lead you through Bruno Pélassy and the Order of the Starfish and then look forward to further exchanges on the current exhibition. Our café offers changing specials and our fire bowl awaits you in the outdoor area.

14.1.2024
Bruno Pélassy. Activation of the Bestioles

3–4 pm, as part of the exhibition Bruno Pélassy and the Order of the Starfish

1.2.2024
Opening: Jenna Bliss & Carol Rhodes

7 pm

In February 2024, Haus am Waldsee presents two parallel exhibitions by the American artist Jenna Bliss (*1984 New York) and the Scottish painter Carol Rhodes (*1959 Edinburgh; † 2018 Glasgow). The use of temporally or spatially distanced perspectives to reveal new angles on established narratives are characteristic of the work of both artists. Through these critical perspectives, geographic, social and historical contexts come into view. By combining everyday observations, speculations and meticulous research, the films, photographs, sculptures and paintings in the two exhibitions form a space in which fact and fiction meet and the larger bearing of structural human intervention becomes tangible.

1.2.2024
Preview: Jenna Bliss & Carol Rhodes
Exclusively for Friends and Supporters

6 pm

Preview for members of the friends association of Haus am Waldsee 

In February 2024, Haus am Waldsee presents two parallel exhibitions by the American artist Jenna Bliss (*1984 New York) and the Scottish painter Carol Rhodes (*1959 Edinburgh; † 2018 Glasgow). The use of temporally or spatially distanced perspectives to reveal new angles on established narratives are characteristic of the work of both artists. Through these critical perspectives, geographic, social and historical contexts come into view. By combining everyday observations, speculations and meticulous research, the films, photographs, sculptures and paintings in the two exhibitions form a space in which fact and fiction meet and the larger bearing of structural human intervention becomes tangible.

More about the exhibition

Enjoy additional events and free admission to all exhibitions. Support the programme of the house with your contribution and become a member

4.2.2024
Museum Sunday Berlin

Free admission to many museums and exhibition spaces in Berlin, every 1st Sunday of the month.

A booked time slot is necessary for visiting, the booking is possible one week before. Last-minute time slots are available on 4.2. at 10 am.

9.2.2024
2 F M

Every second Friday of the month, the Haus am Waldsee is open until 8 pm.

From 6 pm, an art guide will lead you through Carol Rhodes and Jenna Bliss and then look forward to further exchanges on both exhibitions. Our café offers changing specials and our fire bowl awaits you in the outdoor area.

11.2.2024
Family Sunday
Workshop

Bird’s eye view and human view – landscape from above
3–5 pm

In German
Free entry until the age of 18. Entry included in the exhibition ticket
Max. 16 people
From 4 years, accompanied by a parent
Please register here

What does a bird see when it flies over the land? How do we humans look at the landscapes in which we live? On Family Sunday, we will go through the exhibition together and get to know individual works of art by Jenna Bliss and Carol Rhodes. The two artists, who are currently on show at Haus am Waldsee, are interested in the view from above. We will experiment with different viewing positions in the exhibition and in the garden. Afterwards, you will become artistically active as a family. Together you will paint and collage a large landscape painting. Which colors and surfaces will you use? The offer is aimed at families with people of all ages (from 4 years).

Led by: Luise Bichler, Art mediator

18.2.2024
Curator’s tour with Anna Gritz

3 pm
max. 20 people
Tickets

In German

Anna Gritz, director, is guiding you through both exhibitions of Jenna Bliss and Carol Rhodes. 

 

18.2.2024
Jenna Bliss “The People’s Detox” & Madeline Anderson “I am Somebody”
Screening

5 pm
with an introduction by Jenna Bliss via videocall

Entry included in the exhibition ticket
No registration, limited capacities 
in English
The studio is not fully accessible. Participants with disabilities please contact us in advance.

Jenna Bliss, The People’s Detox, 2019 (film still), Documentary, 56:19 min. Courtesy the artist 

 

To accompany the exhibition by Jenna Bliss, Haus am Waldsee is showing Bliss' film The People's Detox (2018) together with Madeline Anderson's I am Somebody (1970). Both films are set in hospitals in the late 1960s, in the midst of the civil rights movement in the USA, and provide unique insights into the bitter battles for justice and equality.

In her 2018 film The People’s Detox, Jenna Bliss uses documentary storytelling to explore the history of a revolutionary drug clinic in New York City in the 1970s that profoundly transformed contemporary notions of health and care.

In November 1970, Lincoln Hospital in the treatments to replace established South Bronx was collectively occupied by local heroin addicts, revolutionary health organizations, the political activist group Young Lords, and members of the Black Panther Party. Through political education, the clinic examined the role of global politics in the influx of heroin into urban centers and proposed new drug protocols that stand in direct relation to economically incentivized interests of the pharmaceutical industry. With the introduction of alternative treatments, such as acupuncture, the clinic helped transform the very apparatus of addiction and recovery.

Madeline Anderson’s I am Somebody (1970) chronicles the 1969 strike by Black female hospital workers in Charleston, South Carolina. Their 100-day protest for union recognition and equal wages was an intense confrontation with the police, state government and the National Guard and one of the major civil rights causes of the day, joined by leaders including Andrew Young, Ralph Abernathy and Coretta Scott King. Anderson was commissioned to create a documentary about the strike by the Hospital Workers Union Local 1199. She used archival footage and interviews with strikes and city officials. Anderson captures the nurses’ hard-won victory with the empathy and insight of a tenacious artist who saw her own long fight for equality reflected in their struggle.

The People’s Detox
Jenna Bliss
United States, 2018
57 min
Trailer The People's Detox 

I am Somebody
Madeline Anderson
United States, 1970
28 min
Trailer I am Somebody

2023

Exhibitions


3.2. – 29.5.2023
Margaret Raspé. Automatik
23.6. – 24.9.2023
Tolia Astakhishvili. The First Finger (chapter II)
20.10.2023 – 14.1.2024
Bruno Pélassy and the Order of the Starfish
16.9. – 17.9.2023
Nina Beier & Bob Kil. All Fours: Life Guardians

Events


2.2.2023
Preview: Margaret Raspé. Automatik
Exclusively for Friends and Supporters

6 pm
Preview for members of the friends association of Haus am Waldsee 

More about the exhibition

In the spring of 2023, the Haus am Waldsee presents the first comprehensive retrospective of Berlin-based artist Margaret Raspé (b. 1933 in Breslau), who created a significant body of artistic work in the immediate vicinity of the Haus am Waldsee over the past five decades. In her practice, Raspé developed an ideosyncratic artistic language that considers life and art and their everyday conditions in unison.

Enjoy additional events and free admission to all exhibitions. Support the programme of the house with your contribution and become a member

 

2.2.2023
Opening: Margaret Raspé. Automatik

In the spring of 2023, the Haus am Waldsee presents the first comprehensive retrospective of Berlin-based artist Margaret Raspé (b. 1933 in Breslau), who created a significant body of artistic work in the immediate vicinity of the Haus am Waldsee over the past five decades. In her practice, Raspé developed an ideosyncratic artistic language that considers life and art and their everyday conditions in unison.

4.2.2023
Curator’s tour with Anna Gritz

3 pm
Max. 20 people

Director Anna Gritz guides you through the exhibition Margaret Raspé. Automatik.

18.2.2023
Artist talk with Margaret Raspé

Check-in: 3.45 pm
Start: 4 pm

A conversation between Margaret Raspé and director Anna Gritz takes place on the occasion of the exhibition Automatik.

12.3.2023
Family Sunday
Workshop

3 – 5 pm
Children free of charge. Adults pay regular admission.
No registration: Please come early, the capacity is limited.
Max. 16 People

The artist Margaret Raspé (*1933) turned routine tasks of her everyday life into art. Using a camera helmet, a drawing pencil or photography, she focused on everyday actions such as cooking, mowing the lawn or doing the dishes.
On Family Sunday, we take a look at our own automatisms and experiment with artistic ways to interrupt them: Through automatic drawing, writing and physical exercises, we creatively challenge our perception of those unnoticed actions we perform every day.

The offer is directed at families with people of all ages (from 4 years). We invite you to look at and create art together - for artistic experimentation and exchange.

Workshop held by: Luise Bichler

25.3.2023
Forage and Feast
Workshop

Foraging for wild herbs and cooking them together
with Jasmine Parsley
1–5 pm
15 / 12 Euros
Max. 12 people

Forage and Feast is an exploration of urban space through taste: together we dedicate ourselves to identifying and collecting wild edible plants and “weeds” growing in interstitial spaces instead of highly domesticated and curated garden beds. Looking at vegetation as information can give us hints at soil composition, the presence of toxicities, heavy metals or lack thereof, surrounding activities, the presence of more than human co-inhabitants of the city, and much more. Gardening destroys such information, creating hierarchies and downgrading certain plants as “weeds”.

The workshop brings a new awareness not only to our surrounding landscapes, but also to the practice of eating and preparing food that has become an automatic process within our everyday lives, dictated by industrialized agriculture which has triggered a profound disconnect. Join us for a day of identifying, collecting, cooking and eating together to learn the local flavors of Berlin, becoming creators of food instead of consumers.

The workshop will be held bilingually in German and English.

 

Conducted by: Jasmine Parsley

With an introduction by Pia-Marie Remmers (Curatorial Assistant)

2.4.2023
Museum Sunday Berlin
Free Admission

Free admission to many museums and exhibition spaces in Berlin
Every 1. Sunday of the month
A booked time slot is necessary for visit
Last-minute time slots are available on 2.4. at 10 a.m.

 

12.4.2023
Honeycomb meets Waldsee – an artistic pattern orchestra
Holiday Academy 12. – 14.4.2023

10 am – 1 pm
Max. 12 children (8-12 years)
30 € for 3 days 

Zehlendorf based artist Margaret Raspé (*1933) became interested in the connection between nature and technology and in questions of ecology and sustainability at an early stage of her career. Natural materials such as wool or honeycomb appear time and again in her artworks, which she brings together through video and sound art.

In the holiday academy, nature itself becomes the artistic material. We will use graphite and contact microphones to elicit unexpected sounds from patterns and structures that we collect in the large garden as well as in the architecture of Haus am Waldsee, thus making the unheard audible. In the course of three workshop days, we will create our own artistic scores for a sound performance from drawings and experimental test arrangements, which we will perform at the end of the holiday academy.

Conducted by: Gregor Kasper (artist and art mediator)

Gregor Kasper works with different media such as video, sound and installation. Among other things, he deals with memory practices or visions of the future. His works are presented at exhibitions and film festivals worldwide.

We are aware that not everyone has the same financial resources. At the same time, it is important to us that everyone has the opportunity to share experiences like this. Therefore, we have reserved a limited number of reduced and free tickets. Please feel free to contact us if needed: vermittlung@hausamwaldsee.de

15.4.2023
Curator’s tour with Beatrice Hilke

3 pm
Max. 20 people

Assistant curator Beatrice Hilke guides you through the exhibition „Margaret Raspé – Automatik".

30.4.2023
The Home as Everyday Stage
GALLERY WEEKEND – GUIDED TOUR

Combined guided tour from Fluentum “Loretta Fahrenholz – Trash The Musical” to Haus am Waldsee “Margaret Raspé – Automatik”.
2 pm, 1st part guided tour, Fluentum, Clayallee 174, 14195 Berlin
3.30 pm, 2nd part guided tour, Haus am Waldsee, Argentinische Allee 30, 14163 Berlin
Max. 20 persons. Admission free.
PLEASE REGISTER VIA: info@fluentum.org

"Trash The Musical" features a wild post-cinematic collage of performance artist Alicia McDaid's recordings. During her months of cleaning up, her uncle's house served as a daily backdrop for vocal performances and bizarre self-dramatisations for McDaid's online accounts. One's own domestic environment as a performative investigation of perceptive processes is also central to the work of Margaret Raspé: already in 1971, she developed the so-called "camera helmet", which enabled her to film her automated everyday processes, including housework. The resulting works in the exhibition "Automatik" present the artist's lived realities and question social and societal structures.

The guided tour will be held in German.

6.5.2023
is this finally sympathy
Reading

a reading with Mira Mattar & Lotte L.S.
4 pm
Without registration, admission included in the exhibition ticket.

 

On the occasion of the exhibition Automatik by Margaret Raspé, the UK-based writers Mira Mattar and Lotte L.S. will read together from their recent texts.
 
Alongside new poems, Lotte L.S. will read from her essay collection A town, three cities, a fig, a riot, two blue hyacinths, three beginnings, five letters, a ‘death’, two solitudes, facades, four loose dogs, a doppelganger, a likeness, three airport floors, thirty-six weeks… – a series of poetic reflections on riots and collectivity, poetry and solitude that seek to understand what is included or excluded in the languaged record of individual and communal memory. In doing so, Lotte L.S. traces a politics and a poetics through the cities of Marseille, Athens, Kyiv, and the town of Great Yarmouth to ask, amidst the crises of our time: "When is your poetics, your politics, not implicated in someone else's?"
 
Mira Mattar will read from her anti-bildungsroman Yes, I Am A Destroyer, a "fabulously grotesque encyclopedia of sensing“ dedicated to female anger: "Scrubbing, washing, chewing, frigging, barfing, stealing, moisturising, shitting: every surface, every gesture, is appropriated to her bodily resistance", as Lisa Robertson writes. Furthermore, Mattar will present excerpts from her long poem "Affiliation", which negotiates the parallel logics of accretion and disintegration in Jordan, Lebanon, Palestine and the UK.
 
About the authors:
 
Lotte L.S. is a poet living in Great Yarmouth (UK). Her most recent texts have been published by Tripwire and Halle für Kunst Lüneburg, among others. In addition to her own writing, she occasionally publishes texts by other authors – most recently, for example, she co-edited an English translation of poems by Moroccan poet and Marxist feminist Saïda Menebhi, who passed away in prison during a hunger strike in 1977 (See Red Press, 2021). Since 2021, Lotte has been the editor of a publication series focusing on overlooked stories and biographies from Great Yarmouth.
 
Mira Mattar writes fiction and poetry. Her novel, Yes, I Am A Destroyer was published in 2020 by Ma Bibliothèque and her chapbook, Affiliation, was published in 2021 by Sad Press. Her first collection of poems, The Bow, was recently published by The 87 Press. A new chapbook is forthcoming from Veer2. She lives and works in London.
 
The reading will be in English.
Organized by Beatrice Hilke and Vera Lutz

Image: Adapted from a photo by Matti Sutcliffe

6.5.2023
Curator’s tour with Pia-Marie Remmers
Guided Tour

3 pm
Without registration, admission included in the exhibition ticket.
Max. 20 people

Curatorial assistant Pia-Marie Remmers guides you through the exhibition "Margaret Raspé – Automatik".

13.5.2023
Forage and Feast
WORKSHOP

Foraging for wild herbs and cooking them together
with Jasmine Parsley
1–5 pm
15 / 12 Euros
Max. 12 people

Forage and Feast is an exploration of urban space through taste: together we dedicate ourselves to identifying and collecting wild edible plants and “weeds” growing in interstitial spaces instead of highly domesticated and curated garden beds. Looking at vegetation as information can give us hints at soil composition, the presence of toxicities, heavy metals or lack thereof, surrounding activities, the presence of more than human co-inhabitants of the city, and much more. Gardening destroys such information, creating hierarchies and downgrading certain plants as “weeds”.

The workshop brings a new awareness not only to our surrounding landscapes, but also to the practice of eating and preparing food that has become an automatic process within our everyday lives, dictated by industrialized agriculture which has triggered a profound disconnect. Join us for a day of identifying, collecting, cooking and eating together to learn the local flavors of Berlin, becoming creators of food instead of consumers.

The workshop will be held bilingually in German and English.

 

Conducted by: Jasmine Parsley

With an introduction by Pia-Marie Remmers (Curatorial Assistant)

14.5.2023
Family Sunday
Workshop

3 – 5 pm
Children free of charge. Adults pay regular admission.
No registration: Please come early, the capacity is limited.
Max. 16 People

The artist Margaret Raspé (*1933) turned routine tasks of her everyday life into art. Using a camera helmet, a drawing pencil or photography, she focused on everyday actions such as cooking, mowing the lawn or doing the dishes.
On Family Sunday, we take a look at our own automatisms and experiment with artistic ways to interrupt them: Through automatic drawing, writing and physical exercises, we creatively challenge our perception of those unnoticed actions we perform every day.

The offer is directed at families with people of all ages (from 4 years). We invite you to look at and create art together - for artistic experimentation and exchange.

Workshop held by: Luise Bichler

20.5.2023
How to Move and Respond

20.5. – 21.5.23
Programme

An exhibition as text/in texts. A weekend-long programme to stage what language in and about art holds, is able to hold, and how. Conceived as a group show – one that throws discourse in the air like confetti (Estelle Hoy) – it describes an encounter, an attempt to sound our discursive relations.

21.5.2023
Margaret Raspé, Anastenária – Das Fest der Feuerläufer von Lagadás
FILM SCREENING

6 pm
Kino Arsenal Berlin
TICKETS

In her cinematic oeuvre, Margaret Raspé examines automated everyday processes and actions, which she also retraces using her own body. Questions of perception, spirituality, and healing play central roles. Between 1978 and 1985, Raspé accompanied the Anastenarides, a group of Christian families in Greece that celebrate Saint Constantine’s name day with an annual firewalking ritual. ANASTENARIA - DAS FEST DER FEUERLÄUFER VON LAGADÁS (BRD 1985) explores the interaction between body and mind, and the communal ecstasy and knowledge that have been passed down through generations. The documentary will screen alongside Maya Deren’s DIVINE HORSEMEN: THE LIVING GODS OF HAITI (USA 1951), which is a cinematic exploration of Haitian dance and depicts the preparations for a celebration of the deity Lwa. The screening will take place in the context of the exhibition of Margaret Raspé's work at the Haus am Waldsee. In cooperation with the Deutsche Kinemathek.
With an introduction by Anna Gritz.

28.5.2023
Karolin Meunier: Radius
READING

4 pm
Weather permitting, the event will take place in the garden, admission included in the exhibition ticket.

Karolin Meunier presents a new combination of texts. With the reading "Radius", she uses essayistic fragments to explore the limits of research and the handling of cinematic references. The occasion for the invitation is her contribution to the catalogue of the exhibition "Margaret Raspé: Automatik". Meunier's practice is characterised by an engagement with conceptual feminist modes of writing and speaking. The starting point is often notes, interviews or autofictional writings and films that are themselves dialogical in nature.

Karolin Meunier is an artist and author in Berlin. Her performances, texts and video works have been shown at GAK Bremen, Lenbachhaus Munich, South London Gallery and the Locarno Film Festival, among others. Most recently, the performance script "Aller-retour et aller" was published in the publication series of the Harun Farocki Institute.

22.6.2023
Preview: Tolia Astakhishvili. The First Finger (chapter II)
Exclusively for Friends and Supporters

6 pm
Preview for members of the friends association of Haus am Waldsee 

More about the exhibition

In June 2023, artist Tolia Astakhishvili (b. 1974 in Tbilisi, Georgia, lives and works in Berlin and Tblisi) will transform the Haus in the course of an expansive solo presentation. Astakhishvili’s multimedia practice is concerned with questions of space: how it is constituted, and how it reflects lived realities. Her works follow the structures and narratives of existing buildings, conjuring up real and imaginary stories through temporary installations and alterations. Curated by Beatrice Hilke

The exhibition is realised in two chapters, in partnership with Bonner Kunstverein (March 25–July 30, 2023 curated by Fatima Hellberg).

Enjoy additional events and free admission to all exhibitions. Support the programme of the house with your contribution and become a member

 

22.6.2023
Opening: Tolia Astakhishvili. The First Finger (chapter II)
Exhibition Opening

In June 2023, artist Tolia Astakhishvili (b. 1974 in Tbilisi, Georgia, lives and works in Berlin and Tblisi) will transform the Haus in the course of an expansive solo presentation. Astakhishvili’s multimedia practice is concerned with questions of space: how it is constituted, and how it reflects lived realities. Her works follow the structures and narratives of existing buildings, conjuring up real and imaginary stories through temporary installations and alterations.

After an introduction to the exhibition with curator Beatrice Hilke, we will lead into the evening with a reading by Nat Marcus and culinary offerings from the Café.

The exhibition is realised in two chapters, in partnership with Bonner Kunstverein (March 25–July 30, 2023 curated by Fatima Hellberg). The second chapter is curated by Beatrice Hilke.

2.7.2023
Screening

Film program conceived by Tolia Astakhishvili and Simon Lässig with films by Ateyyat El-Abnoudy, Dorothy Iannone, Levan Kitia and Darcy Lange, among others.

Entry: 8 pm
Start: 8.30 pm

The film program will be shown within the exhibition
Admission: 8 Euro/ 5 Euro

Limited seating. Registration: shk@hausamwaldsee.de 

Picture: Ateyyat El-Abnoudy, Horse of Mud, 1971, Filmstill, Courtesy Arab Film Distribution

9.7.2023
Sommerfest

Haus am Waldsee cordially invites you to its Sommerfest, with contributions by Juliette Blightman, Cakes of Despair, okcandice, Nina Beier & Bob Kil, children’s programme and culinary offerings by Café im Haus am Waldsee. Find more details about the programme here.

2.8.2023
Spatial art: experiencing and creating architecture artistically
Holiday Academy

2. – 4.8.2023

The exploration of architectural, social and emotional spaces is a central aspect of Tolia Astakhishvili's work. As part of the exhibition "The First Finger (chapter II)" at the Haus am Waldsee, the artist uses built-in elements to engage with the rooms of the former residence and transform their meaning and effect.

In this holiday academy, we will embark on a playful journey through colours, shapes and surfaces. We will explore the perception of space with different artistic methods. First, we will experience the space by moving together, then we will dissect it by drawing. Eventually, we create sculptural models of space and stage them together.

Cost: 30 euros for all 3 days

The holiday academy takes place in the studio and garden of the Haus am Waldsee. 
Participation is limited to a maximum of 12 children (aged 8-12). 
Registration is requested by 26 July at the latest by purchasing a ticket on our website.

Realisation: Agrina Vllasaliu (artist and art mediator)

In her artistic practice, Agrina Vllasaliu combines different media such as photography, installation, sculpture and video. Her artistic interests focus on areas such as identity, migration, transgenerational trauma and the borders between home and homeland. Vllasaliu's work is presented at international exhibitions and festivals.

*We are aware that not all families have the same financial resources. At the same time, it is important to us that everyone has the opportunity to share experiences like this. Therefore, we have reserved a limited number of reduced and free tickets. If you have a demand, please feel free to contact: vermittlung@hausamwaldsee.de

6.8.2023
Museum Sunday Berlin
Free entry

Free admission to many museums and exhibition spaces in Berlin
Every 1. Sunday of the month
A booked time slot is necessary for visit
Last-minute time slots are available on 6.8. at 10 am.

 

13.8.2023
Family Sunday
Workshop

3–5 pm
Children free of charge. Adults pay regular admission.
No registration: Please come early, the capacity is limited.
Max. 16 people

During Family Sunday, we will visit the exhibition The First Finger (chapter II) by Tolia Astakhishvili together and draw in the exhibition. Afterwards, collages and small room models will be created based on our drawings.

The offer is directed at families with people of all ages (from 4 years). We invite you to look at and create art together – for artistic experimentation and exchange.
Workshop held by: Luise Bichler
Duration: 90 till 120 minutes

26.8.2023
Reading

Spillages is a spoken chorus with Kirsty Bell, Vera Palme and Kristian Vistrup Madsen, who will read from various texts within Tolia Astakhishvili’s exhibition The First Finger (chapter II).
4 pm
Admission is included in the exhibition ticket.

3.9.2023
Museum Sunday Berlin
Free entry

Free admission to many museums and exhibition spaces in Berlin, every 1st Sunday of the month.
A booked time slot is necessary for visiting, the booking is possible one week before.
Last-minute time slots are available on 3.9. at 10 am.

 

9.9.2023
Curator’s tour with Beatrice Hilke

3 pm
Beatrice Hilke, curator, will guide you through the exhibition The First Finger (chapter II) by Tolia Astakhishvili.
Without registration, admission included in the exhibition ticket.
Max. 20 persons

10.9.2023
Reading with Lisa Robertson

4 pm
Limited tickets available here. The event will be in English.
Remaining tickets can also be purchased on site on the day of the event and include admission to the exhibition.

 

Alongside her new novel-in-progress, Notebooks of a She-Dandy, Robertson will read from The Baudelaire Fractal – her debut novel, which recounts a mystical experience of the young poet Hazel Brown, who wakes up one morning in a hotel room to realize she has written the complete works of Baudelaire. The protagonist  moves fluidly between the early 1980s and the present, from rented room to rented room, all the while considering such Baudelairian obsessions as the baroque secrets of urban space, fashion as metaphysical experience, and the cognitive play of painting.

Lisa Robertson is a Canadian poet, essayist, and translator. Her publications include prose and poetry collections such as Boat (2022), 3 Summers (2016), Cinema of the Present (2014), Nilling (2012), Lisa Robertson's Magenta Soul Whip (2009), Anemones: A Simone Weil Project (2021), as well as the annotated anthology Revolution: A Reader (2012), co-edited with Matthew Stadler. The Baudelaire Fractal was published by Coach House Books in 2020 and reissued by Peninsula Press in August 2023.

10.9.2023
Family Sunday
Workshop

3–5 pm
Children free of charge. Adults pay regular admission.
No registration: Please come early, the capacity is limited.
Max. 16 people

During Family Sunday, we will visit the exhibition The First Finger (chapter II) by Tolia Astakhishvili together and draw in the exhibition. Afterwards, collages and small room models will be created based on our drawings.

The offer is directed at families with people of all ages (from 4 years). We invite you to look at and create art together – for artistic experimentation and exchange.
Workshop held by: Luise Bichler
Duration: 90 till 120 minutes

16.9.2023
Nina Beier & Bob Kil. All Fours: Life Guardians
Performance

16.9. – 17.9.23 at the shore of the Waldsee

 

Artists Nina Beier and Bob Kil have developed a collaborative approach to the performativity of objects, bodies and contexts, exploring the interconnectedness and mutual influence between them.

On September 16 and 17, Haus am Waldsee will showcase All Fours: Life Guardians all day from 11am to 7pm at its lakeside, featuring five majestic marble lions draped with home textiles such as bath mats, towels, rags, and blankets. Standing in a close formation, the lions are framed by a group of performers who bring the inanimate sculptures to life through a carefully choreographed sequence of slow, synchronized equestrian movements. While the creatures pay tribute to the afterlife of monuments and serve as a testament to humanity’s illusion of dominion over the natural world, the series of minimal gestures depict the instinctive urge to interact with the insentient objects displayed in public spaces, recontextualising a landscape of found actions and objects. Through this juxtaposition, All Fours: Life Guardians reveals the collective and accumulative logic behind the production of commodities and the symbolism they convey.

Performers: Ashley Temba, Bob Kil, Chelsea Reichert, Ewa Dziarnowska, Suzette Sagisi

The sculptural part of All Fours: Life Guardians is currently on view in the park.

19.10.2023
Bruno Pélassy. Activation of the Bestioles

7–8 pm as part of the exhibition opening “Bruno Pélassy and the Order of the Starfish”

19.10.2023
Opening: Bruno Pélassy and the Order of the Starfish

7 pm

Exhibition from 20.10.2023 – 14.1.2024

Haus am Waldsee is pleased to present the first institutional exhibition of French artist Bruno Pélassy (b. 1966 in Vientiane, Laos, d. 2002 in Nice, France) in Germany. Throughout his life, Pélassy embodied a complex and multifaceted persona, and his art defies easy categorization. He painted, drew, performed, created sculptures, films, couture and jewelry. Formal and playful material excesses tend to blur disciplinary boundaries, making it challenging to separate his artistic endeavors from his approach to daily existence. The exhibition delves into practice, functioning both as a personal and political engagement with the norms of desire, nature, gender, social values and health, as well as a plea for the dissolution of rigid binaries.

In the exhibition, Pélassy’s artistic approach will rub shoulders with selected artworks and ephemera by his contemporaries and current artists. The group show component will include contributions by, among others, Marc Camille Chaimowicz, Beth Collar, Jesse Darling, Brice Dellsperger, Leonor Fini, James Richards and Soshiro Matsubara, who will also devise the exhibition’s architecture.

21.10.2023
Kids Culture Month
Workshop

Strange creatures
2–4 pm

In the exhibition, you will get to know all the individually designed creatures by the artist Bruno Pélassy. What do they represent and what do they remind us of? After taking a closer look at them, we will make our own whimsical, wonderful and funny creatures out of a variety of materials and then even set them in motion.

Age: 7-12 years

Event for children only

Register to be listed here.

28.10.2023
Kids Culture Month
Workshop

Strange creatures
2–4 pm

In the exhibition, you will get to know all the individually designed creatures by the artist Bruno Pélassy. What do they represent and what do they remind us of? After taking a closer look at them, we will make our own whimsical, wonderful and funny creatures out of a variety of materials and then even set them in motion.

Age: 7-12 years

Event for children only

Register to be listed here.

29.10.2023
The (im)possibility of a garden

Foraging workshop at Haus am Waldsee with Jasmine Parsley
2 pm

How natural can a garden actually be? Together we dedicate ourselves to identifying, collecting and preparing edible plants and "weeds" that grow in the interstices of the English landscape garden of the Haus am Waldsee. In the process, we will learn more about the diverse entanglements of conventional gardening with social power structures. For ages 12 and up.
Registration possible from 1 October 2023.
As part of the action month "Green Secrets" of the houses of the network Kulturkorso Berlin – Museums in the Green

5.11.2023
Museum Sunday Berlin
Free entry

Free admission to many museums and exhibition spaces in Berlin, every 1st Sunday of the month.

A booked time slot is necessary for visiting, the booking is possible one week before.
Last-minute time slots are available on 5.11. at 10 am.

10.11.2023
2 F M

Every second Friday of the month, the Haus am Waldsee is open until 8 pm.

From 6 p.m., an art guide will lead you through Bruno Pélassy and the Order of the Starfish and then look forward to further exchanges on the current exhibition. Our café offers changing specials: on 10.11. there will be Crémant & Blue Soup – a speciality of Bruno Pélassy. Our fire bowl awaits you in the outdoor area.

11.11.2023
Curator’s tour with Pia-Marie Remmers

4 pm
Max. 20 participants

Pia-Marie Remmers, Curatorial Assistant, is guiding you through the exhibition Bruno Pélassy and the Order of the Starfish.

12.11.2023
Family Sunday

3–5 pm
Admission free until the age of 18. Entry included in the exhibition ticket. Without registration. First come, first served. Max. 16 people.

The Family Sunday invites you to build small, wondrous creatures modelled after Bruno Pélassy's "Bestioles". Using fabric, wood, thread, yarn and other materials, we will create your own fantastic wonder creatures with guidance and try to animate them!

For parents and children (from 6 years).

Organised by: Luise Bichler
90 to max. 120 min.

2.12.2023
Bruno Pélassy. Activation of the Bestioles

3–4 pm, as part of the exhibition Bruno Pélassy and the Order of the Starfish

2.12.2023
Marie Canet “Post Scriptum: For Bruno Pélassy”
Reading and Screening

Accompanied by Brice Dellsperger’s Film Bruno Pélassy: Family and Friends
4 pm  
Admission included in the exhibition ticket

On the occasion of the current exhibition Bruno Pélassy and the Order of the Starfish, the French writer and curator Marie Canet will give a lecture about the life and work of Bruno Pélassy and will subsequently be joined by Anna Gritz, curator of the exhibition for a joint conversation. The lecture will be accompanied by a screening of Brice Dellsperger’s film Bruno Pélassy: Family and Friends.

“Brice Dellsperger first spoke to me about Bruno Pélassy's work in 2007. We jointly organized a film screening at the Center Pompidou where I was working at the time. I never met Bruno Pélassy but I wanted to write a book about his work. I wanted to participate in the friendly chain of artists, curators and critics who sometimes talk to each other about the sublime work of artists who lived or survived on the margins of the institutions and consequently of the history…”
–Marie Canet

Marie Canet is a writer and curator based in Paris, professor of aesthetics in Villa Arson (Nice). Author of a monograph dedicated to the work of Bruno Pélassy in 2015, she recently published a monograph dedicated to Marc Camille Chaimowicz. She is currently working on the figure of servants in cinema and is preparing a monograph dedicated to the work of the Scottish artist Lucy McKenzie.

The lecture and the talk will be held in English. The event takes place in the Garden Hall next to the Café – limited capacity of seating.

2.12.2023
Curator’s tour with Anna Gritz

2 pm
No reservation – limited participation (max. 25 people). We kindly ask you to arrive well in advance.

Anna Gritz, Director, is guiding you through the exhibition Bruno Pélassy and the Order of the Starfish. The guided tour will be conducted in German. Tour included in the exhibition ticket. 

3.12.2023
Museum Sunday Berlin
Free Entry

Free admission to many museums and exhibition spaces in Berlin, every 1st Sunday of the month.

A booked time slot is necessary for visiting, the booking is possible one week before. Last-minute time slots are available on 3.12. at 10 am.

 

 

8.12.2023
2 F M

Every second Friday of the month, the Haus am Waldsee is open until 8 pm.

From 6 pm, an art guide will lead you through Bruno Pélassy and the Order of the Starfish and then look forward to further exchanges on the current exhibition. Our café offers changing specials and our fire bowl awaits you in the outdoor area.

9.12.2023
François Pisapia “My Love Awaits in Atlantis Estates”
Performance in the Garden

3.30 pm
Admission included in the exhibition ticket

Beyond the palisades of gated communities where souls inbreed and consolidate...
In faraway lands where people don’t expropriate, delineate and domesticate...
At the bottom of the sea where things sparkle, twirl and disintegrate...
In the darkness where the monstrous walls of the nation state dissipate...
Where storms of kisses make me vacillate and knock hard on my heart's gate...

...that's where my love awaits.
(François Pisapia)

As part of the exhibition Bruno Pélassy and the Order of the Starfish, the artist François Pisapia is developing a one-hour programme that begins with a slideshow-reading inside the Haus am Waldsee and continues as a performative guided tour in the garden and along the lake, in which the artist interweaves fictional and documentary narrative strands. My Love Awaits in Atlantis Estates brings together existing materials from Pisapia's artistic engagement with architectures of alienation and neoliberal, heteronormative visions of private property with the resistant and sensual-utopian potentials of the underwater world, as they appear in the works of Bruno Pélassy.

François Pisapia (*1990, Montreal, CA) is an artist and organizer based in Berlin. His work with lens-based media and performance reflects on love and alienation in relation to notions of the home, landscape and private property. Pisapia completed design studies at Concordia University (Montreal) and graduated from the film class at the Städelschule (Frankfurt). His work has been shown at the Center for Contemporary Art (Glasgow), Städel Museum (Frankfurt), Palais de Tokyo (Paris), Czech Center (New York) and Center Clark (Montreal). Since 2020 he has been organizing the Fool Moon Screenings with José Segebre, a travelling monthly program centered around food and moving images. And since 2022 he has been involved in the collective art space Cittipunkt (Berlin), where he co-organizes exhibitions, events and workshops.

We recommend warm clothing and sturdy shoes. In case of bad weather, the event will be postponed.

 

9.12.2023
Watercolouring with plant paints

Christmas workshop
2–4 pm
From the age of 16
Max. 12 people
Tickets

The bare branches of nature in winter invite us to study their shapes. In the workshop "Watercolour painting with plant colours" at Haus am Waldsee, we look at plant shapes in the garden of the house and let the shadows cast inspire us to create atmospheric watercolours. Both delicate and intense compositions are created from the plant colours. Nature becomes the starting point for realistic or abstract works. During the workshop, we will explore the production of colour from local plants and vegetables and deepen our knowledge of key watercolour painting techniques.

Participation fee: 20 € per person

10.12.2023
Family Sunday

3–5 pm
Admission free until the age of 18. Entry included in the exhibition ticket. Without registration. First come, first served. Max. 16 people.

The Family Sunday invites you to build small, wondrous creatures modelled after Bruno Pélassy's "Bestioles". Using fabric, wood, thread, yarn and other materials, we will create your own fantastic wonder creatures with guidance and try to animate them!

For parents and children (from 6 years).

Organised by: Luise Bichler
90 to max. 120 min.

10.12.2023
Familiensonntag

15–17  Uhr
Eintritt frei bis 18 Jahre. Einlass im Ausstellungsticket inbegriffen. Ohne Anmeldung. Wer zuerst kommt, ma(h)lt zuerst. Max. 16 Personen.

Der Familiensonntag lädt ein, nach dem Vorbild von Bruno Pélassys „Bestioles” kleine, wunderliche Wesen zu bauen. Aus Stoffen, Holz, Faden, Garn und anderen Materialien entstehen unter Anleitung Eure eigenen fantastischen Wundertiere und wir versuchen, diese zu animieren!

Für Eltern und Kinder ab 6 Jahren.
Durchführung: Luise Bichler
90 bis max. 120 Min.

15.12.2023
Curator’s tour with Beatrice Hilke

5 pm
No reservation – limited participation (max. 25 people). We kindly ask you to arrive well in advance.

17.12.2023
Book Launch Margaret Raspé “Automatik”

In memory of Margaret Raspé (1933–2023)
4 pm

A book launch in celebration of the life and work of the artist Margaret Raspé, who sadly passed away on November 10, 2023.

With Eva Wilson, co-editor of the catalogue; Clara Bausch, artist and Karolin Meunier, artist. Moderation: Anna Gritz, director and editor of the catalogue.

The publication Automatik is both a monograph and catalogue for Margaret Raspé's exhibition of the same name at Haus am Waldsee from early 2023, with contributions by Anna Gritz, Florida, Emily LaBarge, Ghislaine Leung, Karolin Meunier, Kari Rittenbach and Eva Wilson. Designed by HIT, published by Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther und Franz König, 224 pages, €29.80.

In addition to readings from the publication, the afternoon will be accompanied by a discussion between Clara Bausch, artist and long-time assistant to Margaret Raspé, and the artist Karolin Meunier, who wrote for the catalogue, as well as the co-editor Eva Wilson. The event will be hosted by Anna Gritz and will include a screening of Margaret Raspé’s digitized Super 8 film Self-Portrait and Vice Versa from 1979 and Chantal Ackerman’s Ma Chambre, 1972. 

We would like to thank the following for sponsoring the catalogue:
Senate Department for Culture and Social Cohesion
Haus am Waldsee – Freunde und Förderer e.V.

2022

Exhibitions


21.1. – 8.5.2022
Konstantin Grcic. New Normals
20.5. – 28.8.2022
Thomas Florschuetz. Overlays
15.9.2022 – 08.1.2023
Leila Hekmat. Female Remedy

Events


8.1.2022
Family Saturday
Workshop

2 – 5 pm
No booking necessary
Children for free, adults pay admission to the exhibition: 7 / 5 Euro

Every second Saturday of the month, families can embark on a journey of discovery through the world of contemporary art at Haus am Waldsee. After a short tour of the current exhibition, families are invited to be inspired by the works of artist Tony Cragg and to experiment with their own drawing.

The offer is aimed at families with people of all ages and aims at a communal experience of looking at and creating art.

12.2.2022
Interactive Tour
Guided Tour

with Ludwig Engel, curator of the exhibition

11.15 am

Max. 8 people

Tour included in the admission fee

The tours invite you to explore the exhibition "Konstantin Grcic - New Normals" within a small group of max. 8 people and talk about the many possible futures that may await us, based on the exhibited recombinations of familiar objects and designer pieces. The tour will be moderated by team members of Haus am Waldsee.

26.2.2022
Interactive Tour
Guided Tour

with Katherina Perlongo, art historian

11.15 am

Max. 8 people

Tour included in the amission fee

The tours are hosted by team members from various departments of Haus am Waldsee. They complement the conversation with their very own perspective on the exhibition.

The tours invite you to explore the exhibition "Konstantin Grcic - New Normals" within a small group of max. 8 people and talk about the many possible futures that may await us, based on the exhibited recombinations of familiar objects and designer pieces. 

12.3.2022
Interactive Tour
Guided Tour

mit Anna Himmelsbach, curator of the exhibition

11.15 am

Max. 8 people

Tour included in the admission fee

The tours are hosted by team members from various departments of Haus am Waldsee. They complement the conversation with their very own perspective on the exhibition.

The tours invite you to explore the exhibition "Konstantin Grcic - New Normals" within a small group of max. 8 people and talk about the many possible futures that may await us, based on the exhibited recombinations of familiar objects and designer pieces. 

26.3.2022
Interactive Tour
Guided Tour

with Erik Günther, press and communications

11.15 am

Max. 8 people

Tour included in the admission fee

The tours are hosted by team members from various departments of Haus am Waldsee. They complement the conversation with their very own perspective on the exhibition.

The tours invite you to explore the exhibition "Konstantin Grcic - New Normals" within a small group of max. 8 people and talk about the many possible futures that may await us, based on the exhibited recombinations of familiar objects and designer pieces. 

30.3.2022
“Das Haus am Waldsee und seine Bewohner”
Lecture and Concert

7.30 pm
Admission incl. exhibition, 22 / 18 Euro
Max. 60 participants
exhibition and café open until 7.30 pm 

Held in German
Please note the current Covid safety regulations
REGISTER HERE

Did you know that Haus am Waldsee was originally called "Haus Knobloch"? In 1922, the Jewish textile entrepreneur Hermann Knobloch commissioned the Berlin architect Max Werner to build a villa in the English country house style - and had to sell it in 1926 due to financial constraints.
 
Who was the builder of this beautiful property? And who subsequently lived in it between 1926 and 1945? Thanks to generous donations, we were able to commission the historian and journalist Dr. Christian Welzbacher to research the residents of Argentinische Allee 30. 

 

The author will present the resulting essay during a lecture and concert. Together with Rahel Rilling (violin), David Adorján (cello) and Annika Treutler (piano), who will play excerpts from the "Piano Trio No. 4" by Robert Kahn (1922),.

3.4.2022
Museum Sunday Berlin
Free Admission

Free admission to many museums and exhibition spaces in Berlin
Every 1. Sunday of the month
Time slot is necessary for visit

 

9.4.2022
Interactive Tour
Guided Tour

with Uria Man, event manager and art historian

11.15 am

Max. 8 people

Tour included in the admission fee

The tours are hosted by team members from various departments of Haus am Waldsee. They complement the conversation with their very own perspective on the exhibition.

The tours invite you to explore the exhibition "Konstantin Grcic - New Normals" within a small group of max. 8 people and talk about the many possible futures that may await us, based on the exhibited recombinations of familiar objects and designer pieces. 

12.4.2022
Holiday academy: Konstantin Grcic – New Normals
Workshop

12. – 14.4.2022
New objects for the future –
Collecting, gluing and visioning: A book full of new inventions
with Daniel Schaal (artist and art educator)
Each from 10 am to 1 pm

Why does a stool need antennas and why are there rear-view mirrors on a table? And what do you do with chairs that hang from the ceiling like bats? The current exhibition in the Haus am Waldsee raises many questions. In our lives, we are surrounded by a multitude of objects that we take for granted. The designer Konstantin Grcic transforms these everyday objects. Suddenly they lose their original function and become something completely new. What use do these altered objects have?

In the holiday academies, we invite children from 8 to 12 years to think together with our artists and art educators about what furniture and everyday objects of our future might look like. We will be inspired by the works in the exhibition to create our own unusual creations.

Cost: 30 euros for all 3 days
Participation is limited to a maximum of 10 children.

Registration at vermittlung@hausamwaldsee.de

23.4.2022
Interactive Tour
GUIDED TOUR

with Laura Kamlade, digital communications

11.15 am

Max. 8 people

Tour included in the admission fee

The tours are hosted by team members from various departments of Haus am Waldsee. They complement the conversation with their very own perspective on the exhibition.

The tours invite you to explore the exhibition "Konstantin Grcic - New Normals" within a small group of max. 8 people and talk about the many possible futures that may await us, based on the exhibited recombinations of familiar objects and designer pieces. 

1.5.2022
Museum Sunday Berlin
Free Admission

Free admission to many museums and exhibition spaces in Berlin
Every 1. Sunday of the month
Time slot is necessary for visit

 

4.5.2022
Yoga amidst the Art
YOGA

8.50-10.30 am
Please bring own blanket, mat and proof of being recovered / vaccinated / tested.
15 Euro per session / 130 Euro book of ten tickets /110 Euro FuF members
Sign up via yoga@hausamwaldsee.de

Since 2014, Haus am Waldsee has regularly been offering yoga classes open to all. Govinda teaches in the Sivananda tradition every Wednesday from 9.00 to 10.30 am. More information here.

5.5.2022
Studio visit of Thomas Florschuetz
Exclusively for Friends and Supporters

6.30 pm
Exclusive event for the Friends and Supporters 

7.5.2022
Interactive Tour
GUIDED TOUR

with Isabel Grahn, Art Guide

11.15 am

Max. 8 people

Tour included in the admission fee

 

The tours are hosted by team members from various departments of Haus am Waldsee. They complement the conversation with their very own perspective on the exhibition.

The tours invite you to explore the exhibition "Konstantin Grcic - New Normals" within a small group of max. 8 people and talk about the many possible futures that may await us, based on the exhibited recombinations of familiar objects and designer pieces. 

7.5.2022
Practising Design
SYMPOSIUM

Talks 3 – 6 pm 
Followed  by a BBQ until 9 pm
Tickets: 35 / 30 Euro

As part of the exhibition "Konstantin Grcic - New Normals", Haus am Waldsee is hosting a symposium on 7 May. In addition to Konstantin Grcic, the designers Johanna Seelemann as well as Lisa Ertel and Anne-Sophie Oberkrome (Studio Œ) will report from their everyday lives as designers and discuss which possibilities lead to innovative objects and projects nowadays. Which modes of collaboration are conceivable, which are also practicable? How does relevant design emerge and which questions does it have to answer, which problems does it have to overcome?

 

Moderated by the curators of the exhibition, Anna Himmelsbach and Ludwig Engel, Haus am Waldsee invites you to spend an afternoon in a relaxed and intimate, discursive and stimulating atmosphere on a journey into the ever-changing world of design.

 

Afterwards, we will end the evening with a BBQ (with vegetarian options) and you are cordially invited to further exchange with the participants.

 

19.5.2022
Preview „Thomas Florschuetz – Overlays”
EXCLUSIVELY FOR FRIENDS AND SUPPORTERS

6.30 pm
Exclusive preview for the Friends and Supporters

5.6.2022
Museum Sunday Berlin
Free Admission

Free admission to many museums and exhibition spaces in Berlin
Every 1. Sunday of the month
Time slot is necessary for visit

 

24.6.2022
„Fog, Water, Ice” by Markus Jeschaunig
BOOK PRESENTATION

7.30 pm
Fee: 7 Euro / 5 Euro reduced, including exhibition
Exhibition and Café are open until 7.30  pm

Event held in German

"The societal challenges associated with climate change have entered the public awareness. Today artists are increasingly moving and interfering in this field. In and through his hydrospheric works, Markus Jeschaunig demonstrates both the limits of excessive faith in technology and idealized nature-based approaches, while suggesting solutions and encouraging a sceptical attitude towards technological megalomania."

From 2018 to 2021, the Haus am Waldsee presented the fog installation The Weather Project by artist and architect Markus Jeschaunig on the Waldsee. The book Fog, Water, Ice. resulted from the exploration of the interfaces between art and climate change, which the author presents in conversation with the graphic artist and designer of the book, Christian Hoffelner (CH Studio).

26.6.2022
Print workshop for families
WORKSHOP

1 – 5 pm
No booking needed

To mark the reopening of the garden, we cordially invite you to an outdoor print workshop.
Collected objects from the garden serve as a starting point for experimental print images with linoleum ink.


The offer is aimed at families with people of all ages.

Led by: Daniel Schaal (artist) and Luise Bichler (art educator)

26.6.2022
Reopening of the Sculpture Park
AFTER RENOVATION

11 am – 7 pm

Free admission

OPENING PROGRAMME

The renovation of the house as a listed building from 2017 to 2019 has been followed by the restoration of the garden, an equally listed structure, under the direction of the landscape architect Georg v. Gayl and his team since October 2021. On the day of the reopening, he will reflect upon the process of the renovation and the philosophy of English Gardens with landscape architect Philipp Sattler.

 

Furthermore, the reopening will be accompanied by a programme of artistic interventions, marking the beginning of a series of engagements with the garden that will re-examine our understanding of art in the outdoor space for its potential to interact with nature.

 

As a starting point, two sculptures by sculptor Peter Wächtler will be presented on the opening day, alongside a performance by violinist and artist Ayumi Paul and a reading by author Kirsty Bell. 

 

TO THE OPENING PROGRAMME

3.7.2022
Museum Sunday Berlin
Free Admission

Free admission to many museums and exhibition spaces in Berlin
Every 1. Sunday of the month
Time slot is necessary for visit

 

10.8.2022
Let’s experiement with cyanotype
Holiday Academy

10– 12.8.2022, daily from 10 am to 1 pm
Children from 8 to 12 years
Max. 10 children
Costs: 30 Euros for 3 days
Register until 3 August via vermittlung@hausamwaldsee.de

Based on the exhibition "Overlays" by photographer Thomas Florschuetz, we will experiment with one of the oldest photo printing techniques: cyanotype. This technique is also called blue printing, is easy to follow and produces amazing results in its effect. You will be surprised!

 

20.8.2022
Create cyanotype
FAMILY SATURDAY

2 – 5 pm
Free of charge for children and participants below 18 years,
Adults pay admission to the exhibition
Max. 16 participants
Register until 12 August via vermittlung@hausamwaldsee.de

Based on the exhibition "Overlays" by photographer Thomas Florschuetz, families* are invited to a workshop dedicated to one of the oldest photo printing techniques, the cyanotype. This technique is also called blue printing, is easy to follow and gives amazing results in its effect. You will be surprised!


The offer is aimed at families with people of all ages.

Led by: Daniel Schaal (artist) and Karoline Keiter (artist)

 

27.8.2022
with Thomas Florschuetz
ARTIST TALK

4 pm
7 / 5 Euro including admission to the exhibition
Max. 30 people
Event is held in German

The artist talk between Thomas Florschuetz and Ulf Erdmann Ziegler takes place on occasion of the exhibition "Overlays".

27.8.2022
From house to house
BIKE TOUR

1 – 4 pm 
18 / 15 Euro
Only in German

BOOKING HERE

Cycle from house to house and gain in-depth insights into the history, architecture and concept of your four favourite art locations at Grunewald. The tours are led by Karen Grunow (freelance art educator and journalist) and take place in all weathers.

Meeting point is the Georg Kolbe Museum. Please note that the exhibitions will not be visited during the tour. Participants will have the opportunity to visit the exhibitions at Georg Kolbe Museum (starting point) and Haus am Waldsee (end point) at a reduced entrance fee on the day of the tour.

Participation is limited to a maximum of 14 people.

Further dates: Saturday, 21 May / 25 June / 02 July / 27 August 2022, each from 1 to 4 pm

 

 

14.9.2022
Preview: Leila Hekmat. Female Remedy
Exclusively for Friends and Supporters

6.30 pm
Preview for members of the friends association of Haus am Waldsee 

MORE ABOUT THE EXHIBITION

Female Remedy is the first institutional exhibition by Leila Hekmat (*1981 in Los Angeles, lives and works in Berlin) and invites the artist to develop her ambitious performative work for the specific environment of the Haus am Waldsee.

Enjoy additional events and free admission to all exhibitions. Support the programme of the house with your contribution and become a member

16.9.2022
Symptom Recital: Music for Wild Angels
Performance

7 pm
12/8 Euros plus booking fee

Female Remedy will be accompanied by the performance Symptom Recital: Music for Wild Angels, a variety show combining stand-up comedy with musical interludes that recounts the adventures of the hospital's inhabitants.

Symptom Recital: Music for Wild Angels

Written and directed by Leila Hekmat

Starring: Roman Ole, Clara Dessau, Magdalena Mitterhofer, Cassie Augusta Jørgensen, Shade Theret

Musical direction: Roman Ole and Roman Lemberg

Costumes: Leila Hekmat

Tailoring: Elsa Leguevaques 

Lighting: Michael Kleine 

The performance contains sexually explicit language. Parental discretion is advised. 

17.9.2022
Curator’s tour with Beatrice Hilke

for “Leila Hekmat – Female Remedy”

3 pm
8/5 Euros incl. admission to the exhibition
In German
max. 20 participants

17.9.2022
Symptom Recital: Music for Wild Angels
Performance

7 pm
12/8 Euros plus booking fee

Female Remedy will be accompanied by the performance Symptom Recital: Music for Wild Angels, a variety show combining stand-up comedy with musical interludes that recounts the adventures of the hospital's inhabitants.

Symptom Recital: Music for Wild Angels
Written and directed by Leila Hekmat

Starring: Roman Ole, Clara Dessau, Magdalena Mitterhofer, Cassie Augusta Jørgensen, Shade Theret

Musical direction: Roman Ole and Roman Lemberg

Costumes: Leila Hekmat

Tailoring: Elsa Leguevaques 

Lighting: Michael Kleine 

The performance contains sexually explicit language. Parental discretion is advised. 

18.9.2022
Admission-free Sunday
Berlin Art Week

11 am – 6 pm
Free admission to the exhibition at the last day of Berlin Art Week

 

 

2.10.2022
Museum Sunday Berlin
Free Admission

Free admission to many museums and exhibition spaces in Berlin
Every 1. Sunday of the month
A booked time slot is necessary for visit

 

15.10.2022
Sick Heroine Meets Super Nurse
Family Saturday

3 – 5 pm 
Children free of charge, adults pay admission to the exhibition 8 / 5 Euros
Max. 16 participants
No reservation necessary

The figures that live in artist Leila Hekmat's exhibition have many faces. Often we only get to know one side of a person. But all people have very different facets, often invisible to the eye. Many of them are unusual, sometimes funny, sometimes scary. After a short excursion into a room of the exhibition, we invent our own figures with the help of a collage technique of the surrealists, the Cadavre Exquis, and bring them to life.

The offer is aimed at families with people of all ages (from 6 years). We invite you to look at and create art together - for creative experimentation and exchange.

Run by: Laura Braun (artist)

6.11.2022
Museum Sunday Berlin
Admission free

Free admission to many museums and exhibition spaces in Berlin
Every 1. Sunday of the month
A booked time slot is necessary for visit

 

10.11.2022
Boyi Ruan and Jingyi Cao
Concert Thursday

4 – 6 pm
free of charge
no booking needed

Boyi Ruan (oboe) and Jingyi Cao (flute) will kick off the concert series. In addition, you can get mulled wine or punch, sausages or grilled pumpkin as well as many other sweet and savoury organic specialities in our café.

Every Thursday with varying musicians.

16.11.2022
Gender Roles in Motion: A Collage Workshop
Workshop

as part of “Leila Hekmat – Female Remedy”

6.30 – 8.30 pm
20 Euros incl. admission to exhibition* 
max. 12 people
In German

In the exhibition Female Remedy, artist Leila Hekmat questions societal expectations of women, undermining supposed conventions of gender and sexuality. The Haus am Waldsee becomes the Hospital Hekmat, whose patients and "Krankensisters" turn conventional ideas of illness and health upside down.

One of Hekmat's preferred techniques is the collage. In our workshop, we want to examine and reinvent our own gender roles: Using the artistic method of the Cadavre Exquis borrowed from surrealism and other techniques, we will look for new forms of expression that reflect, critically cross and playfully expand the many facets of femininity, of normativity and deviation.

Run by: Laura Braun (artist)

*We are aware that not everyone has the same financial resources. At the same time, it is important to us that everyone has the opportunity to share experiences like this. Therefore, we have reserved a limited number of reduced and free tickets. Please feel free to contact us if needed: vermittlung@hausamwaldsee.de

17.11.2022
Xiaotang Xu and Kaori Furusawa
Concert Thursday

4 – 6 pm
free of charge
no booking needed

Xiaotang Xu (violoncello) and Kaori Furusawa (violin) will play. 

In addition, you can get mulled wine or punch, soup as well as many other sweet and savoury organic specialities in our café.

Every Thursday with varying musicians by UdK Berlin.

23.11.2022
Fire pit & mulled wine
Autumn at Haus am Waldsee

23.11. – 17.12.2023
On workdays from 4 pm 

Every working day, we invite you to round off your visit to our exhibition by the fire pit. In addition, you can enjoy mulled wine or punch in our café as well as many other sweet and savoury organic specialities.

 

24.11.2022
Edison Arias and Esthela Garcia
Concert Thursday

as part of KulturKorsoHerbst
4 – 6 pm
free of charge
no booking needed

Edison Arias (guitar) and Esthela Garcia Edison (violin and vocals) play both classical and Latin American music as a duo. They will play works by Manuel de Falla and Astor Pantaleón Piazzolla, among others, including some boleros and bossa nova.

In addition, you can get mulled wine or punch, soup as well as many other sweet and savoury organic specialities in our café.

Every Thursday with varying musicians by UdK Berlin.

1.12.2022
Yuriko Takemoto, Ellie Kanayama and Mao Konishi
Concert Thursday

4 – 6 pm
free of charge
no booking needed

Yuriko Takemoto (violin), Ellie Kanayama (violin), Mao Konishi (viola) will play. 

In addition, you can get mulled wine or punch, soup as well as many other sweet and savoury organic specialities in our café.

Every Thursday with varying musicians by UdK Berlin.

4.12.2022
Museum Sunday Berlin
Free Admission

Free admission to many museums and exhibition spaces in Berlin
Every 1. Sunday of the month
A booked time slot is necessary for visit

 

8.12.2022
Sara Schlumberger und Anastasia Averianova
Concert Thursday

4 – 6 pm
free of charge
no booking needed

Sara Schlumberger (violin) and Anastasia Averianova (cello) will play. 

In addition, you can get mulled wine or punch, soup as well as many other sweet and savoury organic specialities in our café.

Every Thursday with varying musicians by UdK Berlin.

10.12.2022
SUCH A LITERARY GIRL STATE OF LIFE
Reading with Claire Finch & Rosanna Puyol

4 pm
8/5 Euros incl. admission to the exhibition
No booking needed
In English

On the occasion of the exhibition Female Remedy, the authors Claire Finch and Rosanna Puyol will read from their current works.

Claire Finch will present their new experimental text project "Wormfuck Fuckcave" and read excerpts from their forthcoming publication "Baise moi Judith“: An anachronistic epistolary exchange including democratic theory, gender studies, and dildos, where love and the void question each other in action.
Rosanna Puyol will read from her poetry collection "D'l'or". Based on conversations with friends and artists, her texts explore artistic processes as well as conversation as a form and starting point for collaborative writing.
 
About the authors:

Claire Finch writes experimental dykecore texts. They have presented their hybrid work, which connects poetry, theory, and performance, at the ICA London, Badischer Kunstverein Karlsruhe, the Palais de Tokyo Paris and the Fondation Ricard Paris. Among their projects are I Lie on the Floor (After 8 Books, Paris, 2021), Lettres aux jeunes poétesses (l'Arche, Paris, 2021), and Kathy Acker 1971-1975 (Editions Ismael, Lisbon, 2019). 
Rosanna Puyol is a poet and publisher who regularly collaborates with artists in exhibitions, performances and screening programs. Co-founder of the independent publishing house Brook, she focuses on translating essays and poetry engaged in feminist and antiracist struggles. Recent Brook publications include French translations of texts by Stefano Harney and Fred Moten, José Esteban Muñoz and Laura Mulvey. 
 
The reading is in English and contains sexually explicit language. Participation of minors is subject to parental discretion. 
 
Admission to the reading is free of charge for exhibition visitors, otherwise 8/5 euros.
 
Organised by Beatrice Hilke and Vera Lutz

10.12.2022
Curator’s tour with Anna Gritz, Director
Guided Tour

for “Leila Hekmat – Female Remedy”

3 pm
8/5 Euros incl. admission to the exhibition
In German
Max. 20 participants

REGISTER HERE

15.12.2022
Sophia Hein und Moritz Kayser
Concert Thursday

4 – 6 pm
free of charge
no booking needed

Sophia Hein (viola) and Moritz Kayser (cello) will play. 

In addition, you can get mulled wine or punch, soup as well as many other sweet and savoury organic specialities in our café.

Every Thursday with varying musicians by UdK Berlin.

2021

Exhibitions


20.6. – 5.9.2021
Christiane Löhr. Organising the Wild
17.9.2021 – 9.1.2022
Tony Cragg. Drawing as Continuum

Events


10.1.2021
with Björn Dahlem and Berta Fischer
ARTIST DINNER

7.30 pm
Fee: €45 plus drinks
Register: kuenstleressen@hausamwaldsee.de

Since 2005, Haus am Waldsee regularly invites for public dinners with the respective artist currently featured. In the beginning, the artists have cooked themselves. Later on, evenings have been combined with reading sessions or other themes and by now, the team from Zagreus Projekt from Berlin have been cooking for us regularly. We are looking forward to spend the dinners in our park during summer time and use our new garden room at winter time to bring artists and public together in a relaxed atmosphere. Take the chance to get to know the person behind the artworks, as well as other friends of the arts by booking your space.

16.6.2021
Yoga amidst the art
YOGA

8.50-10.30 am
Please bring own blanket and mat.
15 Euro per session / 130 Euro book of ten tickets /110 Euro FuF members
Sign up via yoga@hausamwaldsee.de

Since 2014, Haus am Waldsee has regularly been offering yoga classes open to all.
Govinda teaches in the Sivananda tradition every Wednesday from 9.00 to 10.30 am.

19.6.2021
Preview of the exhibition “Christiane Löhr”
EXCLUSIVELY FOR FRIENDS AND SUPPORTERS

4 – 6 pm
Preview for invited guests

23.6.2021
Yoga amidst the art
YOGA

8.50-10.30 am
Please bring own blanket and mat.
15 Euro per session / 130 Euro book of ten tickets /110 Euro FuF members
Sign up via yoga@hausamwaldsee.de

Since 2014, Haus am Waldsee has regularly been offering yoga classes open to all.
Govinda teaches in the Sivananda tradition every Wednesday from 9.00 to 10.30 am.

27.6.2021
Karajan Academy of the Berliner Philharmoniker
JUBILEE CONCERT

FULLY BOOKED

Start 7.30 pm
Entrance 6.30 pm

The Karajan Academy of the Berliner Philharmoniker on the open-air stage at the Waldsee to mark the 75th anniversary of Haus am Waldsee.

Programme:

Programm:

LUDWIG V. BEETHOVEN
Oktett Es-Dur op. 103
Scharoun Ensemble and Karajan-Akademie

WOLFGANG A. MOZART
Klarinettenquintett KV 581
Scharoun Ensemble

EDVARD GRIEG
Aus Holbergs Zeit. Suite im alten Stil op. 40 
Scharoun Ensemble and Karajan-Akademie

30.6.2021
Yoga amidst the art
YOGA

8.50-10.30 am
Please bring own blanket, mat and a negative covid test (max. 24h) 
15 Euro per session / 130 Euro book of ten tickets /110 Euro FuF members
Sign up via yoga@hausamwaldsee.de

Since 2014, Haus am Waldsee has regularly been offering yoga classes open to all.
Govinda teaches in the Sivananda tradition every Wednesday from 9.00 to 10.30 am.

2.7.2021
„Joseph Beuys” with Prof. Dr. Philip Ursprung
BOOK PRESENTATION

CANCELLED

7.30 PM

Event held in German
No booking needed
Event included in the admission to the exhibiton, 7 / 5 Euro

Prof. Dr. Philip Ursprung, art historian and professor at ETH Zurich, presents his new book „Joseph Beuys: Kunst Kapital Revolution".

Event included in the admission fee.

3.7.2021
Family Saturday
WORKSHOP

2 – 5 pm
No booking needed
Children for free, adults pay the admission to the exhibition 7 / 5 Euro

Max. 15 people

Every first and third Saturday of the month, families can embark on a journey of discovery through the world of contemporary art at Haus am Waldsee. After a short tour of Christiane Löhr's current exhibition "Order and Wilderness", families are invited to take a seat in the sculpture garden and let the surrounding landscape, the many grasses, blossoms, leaves and cones inspire their own large-scale, experimental drawings.

The offer is aimed at families with people of all ages and aims to provide a communal experience of looking at and creating art.

Please note that due to current regulations, the number of participants is limited to a maximum of 15 people. We look forward to seeing you!

4.7.2021
Museum Sunday Berlin
Free Admission

Free admission to many of Berlin’s museums and exhibition houses
Every 1st Sunday of the month

7.7.2021
Drawing workshop
FOR ADULTS

6 – 8 pm
5  appointments: 21.7., 11.8., 18.8., 1.9.
Fee: 60 Euro
Booking: vermittlung@hausamwaldsee.de

7.7.2021
Three-day holiday academy
FOR CHILDREN

FULLY BOOKED
7.7. – 9.7.
Three days, 10 am – 1 pm
For children from 8 – 12 years
Fee: € 30, max. 12 participants
Please register until 1 July via: vermittlung@hausamwaldsee.de

Workshop during the summer holidays based on the exhibition "Christiane Löhr – Organising the Wild".

7.7.2021
Yoga amidst the art
YOGA

8.50-10.30 am
Please bring own blanket, mat and a negative covid test (max. 24h) 
15 Euro per session / 130 Euro book of ten tickets /110 Euro FuF members
Sign up via yoga@hausamwaldsee.de

Since 2014, Haus am Waldsee has regularly been offering yoga classes open to all.
Govinda teaches in the Sivananda tradition every Wednesday from 9.00 to 10.30 am.

8.7.2021
with Nina Fischer and Maroan el Sani
ARTIST TALK

POSTPONED 
to 26 August 2021

7.30 pm
In the sculpture park

9.7.2021
with Jan Wagner
BOOK PRESENTATION

FULLY BOOKED

7.30 pm

Event is held in German
No booking needed
Event included in the admission to the exhibition, 7 / 5 Euro

The author is reading from his latest collection of essays "Der glückliche Augenblick".

14.7.2021
Yoga amidst the art
YOGA

8.50-10.30 am
Please bring own blanket, mat and a negative covid test (max. 24h) 
15 Euro per session / 130 Euro book of ten tickets /110 Euro FuF members
Sign up via yoga@hausamwaldsee.de

Since 2014, Haus am Waldsee has regularly been offering yoga classes open to all.
Govinda teaches in the Sivananda tradition every Wednesday from 9.00 to 10.30 am.

18.7.2021
Art and Climate Change
SYMPOSIUM

3 pm – 6.30 pm Symposium
Admission: 20 / 15 Euro 

7 pm – 10 pm Buffet in the park
Admission: 15 Euro
BOOKING

Three artist lectures by Antje Majewski, Markus Jeschaunig, Patrick Rohner.

Among the artists who have been actively dealing with the rapid changes in the natural environment for years and conduct their artistic research on a scientific basis, three positions are particularly close to the Haus am Waldsee. The geologist and artist Patrick Rohner (*1959) from Glarner Land, Switzerland, the historian, philosopher and artist Antje Majewski (*1968) from Berlin and the architect, artist and activist Markus Jeschaunig (*1982) from Graz. 

They will discuss the already dramatic changes in the Alps with increasing landslides and melting glaciers, the alarming state of forests and agriculture in Northern Europe, and urban spaces that will probably only remain bearable in the near future with additional cooling. The lectures combine artistic practice and current research. From the point of view of the multiply trained artists, they open up unusual perspectives and approaches to solutions on what is probably the most existential issue of our time. 

 

 

23.7.2021
“Mondbetrachtung in mondloser Nacht” with Marion Poschmann
BOOK PRESENTATION

7.30 pm
Event is held in German
No booking needed
Event included in the admission to the exhibition, 7 / 5 Euro

Author Marion Poschmann reads from her book "Mondbetrachtung in mondloser Nacht". 

The event is included in the admission to the exhibition.

24.7.2021
with Christiane Löhr
ARTIST TALK

6 pm
Admission fee incl. exhibition: 7 / 5 Euro
BOOKING

1.8.2021
Museum Sunday Berlin
Free Admission

Free admission to many of Berlin’s museums and exhibition spaces.
Every 1st Sunday of the month

4.8.2021
Yoga amidst the art
YOGA

8.50-10.30 am
Please bring own blanket, mat and a negative covid test (max. 24h) 
15 Euro per session / 130 Euro book of ten tickets /110 Euro FuF members
Sign up via yoga@hausamwaldsee.de

Since 2014, Haus am Waldsee has regularly been offering yoga classes open to all.
Govinda teaches in the Sivananda tradition every Wednesday from 9.00 to 10.30 am.

5.8.2021
“Biodiversity” by Dominik Eulberg
LECTURE

7.30 pm
Admission incl. exhibition:  10 / 7 Euro
Held in German

REGISTERE HERE

Multimedia lecture on the topic of biodiversity by Dominik Eulberg, biologist and DJ.

 

Photo: Natalia Luzenko

5.8.2021
Tour with Dominik Eulberg
TOUR

Through the Park of HaW
Limited to 30 Participants
6 pm
Admission incl. exhibition:  15 / 12 Euro
Held in German

Biologist and DJ Dominik Eulberg leads a tour through the park of the HaW and shows the world of birds and bats on site.

 

6.8.2021
“Heimat Natur”
OPEN-AIR CINEMA

Admission: 8:30 pm
Admission fee: 10 / 7 Euro

 

We're screening the film "Die Wiese – Ein Paradies nebenan" (Director: Jan Haft) in the sculpture garden with Dominik Eulberg, biologist and techno DJ.

 

11.8.2021
Yoga amidst the art
YOGA

8.50-10.30 am
Please bring own blanket, mat and a negative covid test (max. 24h) 
15 Euro per session / 130 Euro book of ten tickets /110 Euro FuF members
Sign up via yoga@hausamwaldsee.de

Since 2014, Haus am Waldsee has regularly been offering yoga classes open to all.
Govinda teaches in the Sivananda tradition every Wednesday from 9.00 to 10.30 am.

18.8.2021
Yoga amidst the art
YOGA

8.50-10.30 am
Please bring own blanket, mat and a negative covid test (max. 24h) 
15 Euro per session / 130 Euro book of ten tickets /110 Euro FuF members
Sign up via yoga@hausamwaldsee.de

Since 2014, Haus am Waldsee has regularly been offering yoga classes open to all.
Govinda teaches in the Sivananda tradition every Wednesday from 9.00 to 10.30 am.

25.8.2021
Yoga amidst the art
YOGA

8.50-10.30 am
Please bring own blanket, mat and a negative covid test (max. 24h) 
15 Euro per session / 130 Euro book of ten tickets /110 Euro FuF members
Sign up via yoga@hausamwaldsee.de

Since 2014, Haus am Waldsee has regularly been offering yoga classes open to all.
Govinda teaches in the Sivananda tradition every Wednesday from 9.00 to 10.30 am.. 

26.8.2021
with Nina Fischer and Maroan el Sani
ARTIST TALK

7.30 pm
In the sculpture park
7 / 5 Euro including exhibition
REGISTER HERE

26.8.2021
Nina Fischer und Maroan el Sani in conversation with Çağla Ilk
ARTIST TALK

7.30 pm
in the sculpture park

in the events room in case of bad weather

Event including exhibition fee, 7 / 5 Euro

Please
REGISTER HERE

In spring, filmmakers and video artists Nina Fischer and Maroan el Sani were able to show highlights of their work from over 25 creative years in a first digital solo exhibition on our homepage.

Together with Çağla Ilk, director of the Staatliche Kunsthalle Baden-Baden, the artist duo will talk on Thursday about their projects in various places around the world. On this evening, their film "Appropriation takes you on a weird ride" (2020) will also be shown once again on the big screen.

The number of participants is limited. We ask for registration under the link above.

 

 

 

Fischer & el Sani, Appropriation takes you on a weird ride, 2020, 4K Video, 20 min., © Fischer & el Sani und VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2021

 

19.9.2021
Afternoon bus tour of Berlin Art Week
GUIDED TOUR (Fully Booked)

3 – 6 pm
Tour ›BAW Garten‹, Haus am Waldsee, Brücke-Museum, Fluentum

Ticket: 10 / 5 Euros

Register: berlinartweek.de/touren/

19.9.2021
Early-Bird bus tour of Berlin Art Week
GUIDED TOUR (Fully Booked)

11 am – 2 pm
Tour: Fluentum, Brücke-Museum, Haus am Waldsee, ›BAW Garten‹

Tickets: 10 / 5 Euros

Register: berlinartweek.de/touren/

22.9.2021
Yoga amidst the art
YOGA

8.50-10.30 am
Please bring own blanket, mat and a negative covid test (max. 24h) 
15 Euro per session / 130 Euro book of ten tickets /110 Euro FuF members
Sign up via yoga@hausamwaldsee.de

Since 2014, Haus am Waldsee has regularly been offering yoga classes open to all.
Govinda teaches in the Sivananda tradition every Wednesday from 9.00 to 10.30 am.

25.9.2021
to four jewels of the Berlin art scene
BIKE TOUR

18 Euros (reduced 15 Euros)
Tour held in German
Max. 14 participants

Register via kasse@georg-kolbe-museum.de

Haus am Waldsee, Georg Kolbe Museum, Brücke Museum and Kunsthaus Dahlem are four established Berlin institutions for modern and contemporary art on the outskirts of the city. All three houses are characterised by their charming combination of art, nature and architecture. Since their foundation, the houses have changed but at the same time they still bear living testimony to their history, reflecting Berlin’s plurality as a city of art.

Cycle with us from house to house and gain in-depth insights into the history, architecture and concept of your four favourite art venues in Grunewald. 

The tours are led by Karen Grunow (freelance art educator and journalist), they take place every last Saturday of the month and in all weathers. The total length is 16 kilometres.

Meeting point is the Georg Kolbe Museum. Please note that the exhibitions will not be visited during the tour. On the day of the tour, participants will have the opportunity to visit the exhibitions at the Georg Kolbe Museum (starting point) and the Haus am Waldsee (end point) at a reduced entrance fee.

29.9.2021
Yoga amidst the art
YOGA

8.50-10.30 am
Please bring own blanket, mat and a negative covid test (max. 24h) 
15 Euro per session / 130 Euro book of ten tickets /110 Euro FuF members
Sign up via yoga@hausamwaldsee.de

Since 2014, Haus am Waldsee has regularly been offering yoga classes open to all.
Govinda teaches in the Sivananda tradition every Wednesday from 9.00 to 10.30 am.

2.10.2021
to four jewels of the Berlin art scene
FAHRRADTOUR

18 Euros (reduced 15 Euros)
Tour held in German
Max. 14 participants

Register via kasse@georg-kolbe-museum.de

Haus am Waldsee, Georg Kolbe Museum, Brücke Museum and Kunsthaus Dahlem are four established Berlin institutions for modern and contemporary art on the outskirts of the city. All three houses are characterised by their charming combination of art, nature and architecture. Since their foundation, the houses have changed but at the same time they still bear living testimony to their history, reflecting Berlin’s plurality as a city of art.

Cycle with us from house to house and gain in-depth insights into the history, architecture and concept of your four favourite art venues in Grunewald. 

The tours are led by Karen Grunow (freelance art educator and journalist), they take place every last Saturday of the month and in all weathers. The total length is 16 kilometres.

Meeting point is the Georg Kolbe Museum. Please note that the exhibitions will not be visited during the tour. On the day of the tour, participants will have the opportunity to visit the exhibitions at the Georg Kolbe Museum (starting point) and the Haus am Waldsee (end point) at a reduced entrance fee.

3.10.2021
Museum Sunday Berlin
Free Admission

Free admission to many of Berlin’s museums and exhibition spaces.
Every 1st Sunday of the month

 

6.10.2021
Yoga amidst the art
YOGA

8.50-10.30 am
Please bring own blanket, mat and a negative covid test (max. 24h) 
15 Euro per session / 130 Euro book of ten tickets /110 Euro FuF members
Sign up via yoga@hausamwaldsee.de

Since 2014, Haus am Waldsee has regularly been offering yoga classes open to all.
Govinda teaches in the Sivananda tradition every Wednesday from 9.00 to 10.30 am

9.10.2021
Family Saturday
WORKSHOP

2 – 5 pm
No booking necessary
Children for free, adults pay admission to the exhibition: 7 / 5 Euros

Every second Saturday of the month, families can embark on a journey of discovery through the world of contemporary art at Haus am Waldsee. After a short tour of the current exhibition, families are invited to be inspired by the works of artist Tony Cragg and to experiment with their own drawing.

The offer is aimed at families with people of all ages and aims at a communal experience of looking at and creating art.

 

 

13.10.2021
Yoga amidst the art
YOGA

8.50-10.30 am
Please bring own blanket, mat and a negative covid test (max. 24h) 
15 Euro per session / 130 Euro book of ten tickets /110 Euro FuF members
Sign up via yoga@hausamwaldsee.de

Since 2014, Haus am Waldsee has regularly been offering yoga classes open to all.
Govinda teaches in the Sivananda tradition every Wednesday from 9.00 to 10.30 am.

20.10.2021
Yoga amidst the art
YOGA

8.50-10.30 am
Please bring own blanket, mat and a negative covid test (max. 24h) 
15 Euro per session / 130 Euro book of ten tickets /110 Euro FuF members
Sign up via yoga@hausamwaldsee.de

Since 2014, Haus am Waldsee has regularly been offering yoga classes open to all.
Govinda teaches in the Sivananda tradition every Wednesday from 9.00 to 10.30 am. More information here.

20.10.2021
Three-day holiday workshop
FOR CHILDREN

20.10. – 22.10.
Three days, 10 am – 1 pm
For children from 8 to 12 years of age 
Fee: 30 Euros, max. 10 participants
Please register until 13 Oktober via: vermittlung@hausamwaldsee.de

Who says drawing is boring? The Tony Cragg exhibition at the Haus am Waldsee proves it: Drawing is much more than serious sketching with pencil on paper. You can draw with different materials. Sometimes large, sometimes small, sometimes with the hand, sometimes with the foot or even the whole body! You can draw on paper, on cardboard or in the whole room.
In the three-day holiday course, we let ourselves be driven by various drawing experiments and playfully approach everything that drawing can be. You'll be surprised!

 

27.10.2021
Yoga amidst the art
YOGA

8.50-10.30 am
Please bring own blanket, mat and a negative covid test (max. 24h) 
15 Euro per session / 130 Euro book of ten tickets /110 Euro FuF members
Sign up via yoga@hausamwaldsee.de

Since 2014, Haus am Waldsee has regularly been offering yoga classes open to all.
Govinda teaches in the Sivananda tradition every Wednesday from 9.00 to 10.30 am.

27.10.2021
Yoga amidst the art
YOGA

8.50-10.30 am
Please bring own blanket, mat and a negative covid test (max. 24h) 
15 Euro per session / 130 Euro book of ten tickets /110 Euro FuF members
Sign up via yoga@hausamwaldsee.de

Since 2014, Haus am Waldsee has regularly been offering yoga classes open to all.
Govinda teaches in the Sivananda tradition every Wednesday from 9.00 to 10.30 am.

6.11.2021
Drawing Marathon
WORKSHOP

2 – 5 pm
25 Euros / 18 Euros reduced
Max. 10 participants

The exhibition will not be visited during the workshop. Participants will have the opportunity to view the exhibition free of charge from 2 hours before the start of the event.

Registration at vermittlung@hausamwaldsee.de

Tony Cragg is not only a sculptor, but also a passionate draughtsman. The current exhibition at the Haus am Waldsee presents a selection of his works on paper. With around 200 drawings, watercolours and lithographs, the artist's passion for drawing can be traced.

We are using the exhibition as an opportunity to immerse ourselves in the world of drawing on three dates with three different artists/drawers. You can expect a playful approach to everything that drawing can be, because drawing is much more than serious drawing with pencil on paper. Like the artist, we work without correction, sometimes at a slow pace, sometimes at a fast pace and with different means. The focus is always on experimenting with drawing.

13.11.2021
Family Saturday
WORKSHOP

2 – 5 pm
No booking necessary
Children for free, adults pay admission to the exhibition: 7 / 5 Euro

Every second Saturday of the month, families can embark on a journey of discovery through the world of contemporary art at Haus am Waldsee. After a short tour of the current exhibition, families are invited to be inspired by the works of artist Tony Cragg and to experiment with their own drawing.

The offer is aimed at families with people of all ages and aims at a communal experience of looking at and creating art.

 

27.11.2021
Drawing Marathon
WORKSHOP

2 – 5 pm
25 Euros / 18 Euros reduced
Max. 10 participants

The exhibition will not be visited during the workshop. Participants will have the opportunity to view the exhibition free of charge from 2 hours before the start of the event.

Registration at vermittlung@hausamwaldsee.de

Tony Cragg is not only a sculptor, but also a passionate draughtsman. The current exhibition at the Haus am Waldsee presents a selection of his works on paper. With around 200 drawings, watercolours and lithographs, the artist's passion for drawing can be traced.

We are using the exhibition as an opportunity to immerse ourselves in the world of drawing on three dates with three different artists/drawers. You can expect a playful approach to everything that drawing can be, because drawing is much more than serious drawing with pencil on paper. Like the artist, we work without correction, sometimes at a slow pace, sometimes at a fast pace and with different means. The focus is always on experimenting with drawing.

1.12.2021
Yoga amidst the art
YOGA

8.50-10.30 am
Please bring own blanket, mat and a negative covid test (max. 24h) 
15 Euro per session / 130 Euro book of ten tickets /110 Euro FuF members
Sign up via yoga@hausamwaldsee.de

Since 2014, Haus am Waldsee has regularly been offering yoga classes open to all. Govinda teaches in the Sivananda tradition every Wednesday from 9.00 to 10.30 am. More information here.

4.12.2021
Drawing Marathon
WORKSHOP

2 – 5 pm
25 Euros / 18 Euros reduced
Max. 10 participants

The exhibition will not be visited during the workshop. Participants will have the opportunity to view the exhibition free of charge from 2 hours before the start of the event.

Registration at vermittlung@hausamwaldsee.de

Tony Cragg is not only a sculptor, but also a passionate draughtsman. The current exhibition at the Haus am Waldsee presents a selection of his works on paper. With around 200 drawings, watercolours and lithographs, the artist's passion for drawing can be traced.

We are using the exhibition as an opportunity to immerse ourselves in the world of drawing on three dates with three different artists/drawers. You can expect a playful approach to everything that drawing can be, because drawing is much more than serious drawing with pencil on paper. Like the artist, we work without correction, sometimes at a slow pace, sometimes at a fast pace and with different means. The focus is always on experimenting with drawing.

 

8.12.2021
Yoga amidst the art
YOGA

8.50-10.30 am
Please bring own blanket, mat and a negative covid test (max. 24h) 
15 Euro per session / 130 Euro book of ten tickets /110 Euro FuF members
Sign up via yoga@hausamwaldsee.de

Since 2014, Haus am Waldsee has regularly been offering yoga classes open to all. Govinda teaches in the Sivananda tradition every Wednesday from 9.00 to 10.30 am. More information here.

11.12.2021
Family Saturday
WORKSHOP

2 – 5 pm
No booking necessary
Children for free, adults pay admission to the exhibition: 7 / 5 Euro

Every second Saturday of the month, families can embark on a journey of discovery through the world of contemporary art at Haus am Waldsee. After a short tour of the current exhibition, families are invited to be inspired by the works of artist Tony Cragg and to experiment with their own drawing.

The offer is aimed at families with people of all ages and aims at a communal experience of looking at and creating art.

15.12.2021
Yoga amidst the art
YOGA

8.50-10.30 am
Please bring own blanket, mat and a negative covid test (max. 24h) 
15 Euro per session / 130 Euro book of ten tickets /110 Euro FuF members
Sign up via yoga@hausamwaldsee.de

Since 2014, Haus am Waldsee has regularly been offering yoga classes open to all. Govinda teaches in the Sivananda tradition every Wednesday from 9.00 to 10.30 am. More information here.

22.12.2021
Yoga amidst the art
YOGA

8.50-10.30 am
Please bring own blanket, mat and a negative covid test (max. 24h) 
15 Euro per session / 130 Euro book of ten tickets /110 Euro FuF members
Sign up via yoga@hausamwaldsee.de

Since 2014, Haus am Waldsee has regularly been offering yoga classes open to all. Govinda teaches in the Sivananda tradition every Wednesday from 9.00 to 10.30 am. More information here.

2020

Exhibitions


5.5. – 5.7.2020
Bernhard Martin. Image Ballet
18.7. – 4.10.2020
Barkow Leibinger. Revolutions of Choice
18.10.2020 – 6.6.2021
 Into Space. Björn Dahlem, Berta Fischer, Naum Gabo

Events


8.1.2020
Afterwork Tour
GUIDED TOUR

7 pm
From 10 people. Please register until 2.12.:
info@hausamwaldsee.de
Snacks and drinks at the café until 7 pm
Event is held in German

Guided tour of the exhibition "Johanna Diehl. The Truth Resides in the Folds".

11.1.2020
Stories in photography. Talk for people with and without visual impairment
Talk

2 – 3.30 pm

15.1.2020
Drawing in the exhibition
WORKSHOP

6.30 – 8.30 pm
Workshop for adults
€ 15 / € 12, Please register: info@hausamwaldsee.de
Event held in German

Idyllically situated as a former private villa at a small lake in the southwest of Berlin, Haus am Waldsee offers the ideal conditions for concentrated artistic work. 

Beginners and advanced students are equally welcome. 

18.1.2020
Family Saturday with workshop
WORKSHOP

2 – 5 pm
On the occasion of the exhibition
Johanna Diehl. The Truth Resides in the Folds
Event is held in German.

There’s more than one way to engage with art. Our Family Saturday invites young and old to make their first steps and discover our exhibition. The art works shall be examined closely through short tours under the guidance of our art educators and inspire to embark on one’s own creative journey during the workshop afterwards. Showing up early guarantees a spot on the guided tour but late-comers are equally welcome and encouraged to join the workshop.

23.1.2020
Artist Talk with Johanna Diehl
ARTIST TALK

7.30 pm
Katja Blomberg and Susanne Weiß in conversation with Johanna Diehl

25.1.2020
Curator-led tour with Katja Blomberg
GUIDED TOUR

3 pm

Curator-led guided tour of "Johanna Diehl. The Truth Resides in the Folds" with Katja Blomberg, director of Haus am Waldsee.

5.2.2020
Three-day holiday academy
WORKSHOP

5.2. – 7.2.
Three days, 10 am – 1 pm
For children from 8 – 12 years
Fee: € 30, max. 12 participants
Please register until 29.1.: vermittlung@hausamwaldsee.de

6.2.2020
Book presentation “Selfies. Digitale Bildkulturen”
BOOK PRESENTATION

7.30 pm
with author Wolfgang Ullrich

Event is held in German

Wolfgang Ullrich, professor for art history and freelance writer in Leipzig, presents his book Selfies. Digitale Bildkulturen, publisher Klaus Wagenbach 2019.

13.2.2020
Artist dinner in the style of the 1960s with Johanna Diehl
ARTIST TALK

7.30 pm
Tickets: € 45 plus beverages
Definite booking until 10.2.:
kuenstleressen@hausamwaldsee.de

Since 2005, Haus am Waldsee regularly invites for public dinners with the respective artist currently featured. In the beginning, the artists have cooked themselves. Later on, evenings have been combined with reading sessions or other themes and by now, the team from Zagreus Projekt from Berlin have been cooking for us regularly. We are looking forward to spending the dinners in our park during summer time and using our new garden hall at winter time to bring artists and public together in a relaxed atmosphere. Take the chance to get to know the person behind the artworks, as well as other friends of the arts by booking your space.

15.2.2020
Family Saturday with workshop
WORKSHOP

2 – 5 pm
On the occasion of the exhibition
Johanna Diehl. The Truth Resides in the Folds
Event is held in German

There’s more than one way to engage with art. Our Family Saturday invites young and old to make their first steps and discover our exhibition. The art works shall be examined closely through short tours under the guidance of our art educators and inspire to embark on one’s own creative journey during the workshop afterwards. Showing up early guarantees a spot on the guided tour but late-comers are equally welcome and encouraged to join the workshop.

19.2.2020
Drawing in the exhibition
WORKSHOP

6.30 – 8.30 pm
Workshop for adults
€ 15 / € 12, Please register: info@hausamwaldsee.de
Event held in German

Idyllically situated as a former private villa at a small lake in the southwest of Berlin, Haus am Waldsee offers the ideal conditions for concentrated artistic work. 

Beginners and advanced students are equally welcome. 

19.2.2020
Afterwork Tour
GUIDED TOUR

7 pm
From 10 people. Please register until 17.2.:
info@hausamwaldsee.de
Snacks and drinks at the café until 7pm
Event is held in German

Guided tour of the exhibition "Johanna Diehl. The Truth Resides in the Folds".

22.2.2020
Tour in Dialogue in German Sign Language
GUIDED TOUR

2 – 3 pm
Event held in German Sign Language

Guided tour of the exhibition "Johanna Diehl. The Truth resides in the Folds".
Included in the admission fee. People with disabilities pay the reduced amission fee, accompanying person is free of charge (if noted as assistant on ID card).
No boooking needed.

22.2.2020
with Johanna Diehl
ARTIST-LED TOUR

5 pm
The artist guides through the exhibition.

22.2.2020
Scores of nervousness
PERFORMANCE

6 pm 
Poem for one player
portable speakers and steel corset by Raphael Sbrzesny

Artist and musician Raphael Sbrzesny plays excerpts from his "Partituren des Nervösen" (scores of nervousness) on ringing steel corsets and portable loudspeakers and refers to Johanna Diehl's series Dead Dad Wild Country, in which she deals with the body-constraining prostheses from Johann Kresnik's productions.

Event included in the admission fee.

2.4.2020
mit Bernhard Martin
ONLINE-RUNDGANG

16 Uhr
Livestream auf Instagram
auf Englisch

15 minütiger Rundgang auf Instagram mit dem Künstler durch die momentan geschlossene Ausstellung Image Ballett.

4.4.2020
Family Saturday
WORKSHOP (postponed)

2.00 – 5.00 pm
Introduction to the exhibition
Bernhard Martin. Image Ballet
Workshop open for all

Event held in German

There’s more than one way to engage with art. Our Family Saturday invites young and old to make their first steps and discover our exhibition. The art works shall be examined closely through short tours under the guidance of our art educators and inspire to embark on one’s own creative journey during the workshop afterwards. Showing up early guarantees a spot on the guided tour but late-comers are equally welcome and encouraged to join the workshop.

16.4.2020
with Bernhard Martin
ARTIST TALK

7.30 pm
Via Zoom
Register: info@hausamwaldsee.de
Event held in German

10.6.2020
Yoga amidst the Art
YOGA

8.50-10.30 am
Please bring own blanket and mat.
15 Euro per session / 130 Euro book of ten tickets /110 Euro FuF members
Sign up via yoga@hausamwaldsee.de

Since 2014, Haus am Waldsee has regularly been offering yoga classes open to all.
Govinda teaches in the Sivananda tradition every Wednesday from 9.00 to 10.30 am.

17.6.2020
Yoga amidst the Art
YOGA

8.50-10.30 am
Please bring own blanket and mat.
15 Euro per session / 130 Euro book of ten tickets /110 Euro FuF members
Sign up via yoga@hausamwaldsee.de

Since 2014, Haus am Waldsee has regularly been offering yoga classes open to all.
Govinda teaches in the Sivananda tradition every Wednesday from 9.00 to 10.30 am.

24.6.2020
Yoga in der Kunst
YOGA

8.50-10.30 am
Please bring own blanket and mat.
15 Euro per session / 130 Euro book of ten tickets /110 Euro FuF members
Sign up via yoga@hausamwaldsee.de

Since 2014, Haus am Waldsee has regularly been offering yoga classes open to all.
Govinda teaches in the Sivananda tradition every Wednesday from 9.00 to 10.30 am.

25.6.2020
with Bernhard Martin
ARTIST DINNER

7.30 pm
Tickets: € 45 plus beverages
Definite booking until 22.06.:
kuenstleressen@hausamwaldsee.de

Since 2005, Haus am Waldsee regularly invites for public dinners with the respective artist currently featured. In the beginning, the artists have cooked themselves. Later on, evenings have been combined with reading sessions or other themes and by now, the team from Zagreus Projekt from Berlin have been cooking for us regularly. We are looking forward to spending the dinners in our park during summer time and using our new garden hall at winter time to bring artists and public together in a relaxed atmosphere. Take the chance to get to know the person behind the artworks, as well as other friends of the arts by booking your space.

1.7.2020
Yoga amidst the Art
YOGA

8.50-10.30 am
Please bring own blanket and mat.
15 Euro per session / 130 Euro book of ten tickets /110 Euro FuF members
Sign up via yoga@hausamwaldsee.de

Since 2014, Haus am Waldsee has regularly been offering yoga classes open to all.
Govinda teaches in the Sivananda tradition every Wednesday from 9.00 to 10.30 am.

2.7.2020
Annekatrin Kohout “Netzfeminismus”
BOOK PRESENTATION (postponed)

7.30 pm
Event included in the admission fee of 7 / 5 Euro
Event held in German

8.7.2020
Yoga amidst the Art
YOGA

8.50-10.30 am
Please bring own blanket and mat.
15 Euro per session / 130 Euro book of ten tickets /110 Euro FuF members
Sign up via yoga@hausamwaldsee.de

Since 2014, Haus am Waldsee has regularly been offering yoga classes open to all.
Govinda teaches in the Sivananda tradition every Wednesday from 9.00 to 10.30 am.

18.7.2020
Build your own Barkow Leibinger
FAMILY SATURDAY

2 – 4 pm
Introduction to the exhibition
Barkow Leibinger. Revolutions of Choice
followed by workshop 

Event held in German

There’s more than one way to engage with art. Our Family Saturday invites young and old to make their first steps and discover our exhibition. The art works shall be examined closely through short tours under the guidance of our art educators and inspire to embark on one’s own creative journey during the workshop afterwards. Showing up early guarantees a spot on the guided tour but late-comers are equally welcome and encouraged to join the workshop.

22.7.2020
Experiment! Architecture, sculpture, ornament
Holiday Academy

22.7. – 24.7.2020
10 am – 1 pm
For children from 8 – 12 years
Fee: 30 Euros, max. 12 participants
Please register: vermittlung@hausamwaldsee.de

Barkow Leibinger's exhibition looks like a studio or an archive. Numerous architectural models and material studies can be seen on large shelves. During the three-day holiday course, we let ourselves be inspired by this abundance and pursue the ideas, visions and material research to produce our own creations. With a lot of imagination, visionary skill and the joy of experimenting, small architectural sculptures can be created and taken home.

25.7.2020
Build your own Barkow Leibinger
FAMILY SATURDAY

2 – 4 pm
Introduction to the exhibition
Barkow Leibinger. Revolutions of Choice
followed by workshop 

Event held in German

There’s more than one way to engage with art. Our Family Saturday invites young and old to make their first steps and discover our exhibition. The art works shall be examined closely through short tours under the guidance of our art educators and inspire to embark on one’s own creative journey during the workshop afterwards. Showing up early guarantees a spot on the guided tour but late-comers are equally welcome and encouraged to join the workshop.

1.8.2020
Build your own Barkow Leibinger
FAMILY SATURDAY

2 – 4 pm
Introduction to the exhibition
Barkow Leibinger. Revolutions of Choice
followed by workshop 

Event held in German

There’s more than one way to engage with art. Our Family Saturday invites young and old to make their first steps and discover our exhibition. The art works shall be examined closely through short tours under the guidance of our art educators and inspire to embark on one’s own creative journey during the workshop afterwards. Showing up early guarantees a spot on the guided tour but late-comers are equally welcome and encouraged to join the workshop.

5.8.2020
Drawing in the garden
WORKSHOP

6 – 8 pm
For adults, max. 12 participants
15 euros / 12 euros, please register by 03.08.: vermittlung@hausamwaldsee.de

In summer, the garden of the Haus am Waldsee offers ideal conditions for concentrated and artistic work. On four evenings we will try out different strategies of drawing. In addition to the special architecture of the house, which was built as a former private villa, the works of art in the sculpture park and nature itself will give us ideas for our own drawing explorations.

Participation in individual dates is possible. Beginners and advanced students are equally welcome.

8.8.2020
Build your own Barkow Leibinger
FAMILY SATURDAY

2 – 4 pm
Introduction to the exhibition
Barkow Leibinger. Revolutions of Choice
followed by workshop 

Event held in German

There’s more than one way to engage with art. Our Family Saturday invites young and old to make their first steps and discover our exhibition. The art works shall be examined closely through short tours under the guidance of our art educators and inspire to embark on one’s own creative journey during the workshop afterwards. Showing up early guarantees a spot on the guided tour but late-comers are equally welcome and encouraged to join the workshop.

8.8.2020
of Barkow Leibinger – Revolutions of Choice
CURATOR-LED TOUR

3 pm
with Ludwig Engel, futurologist and urbanist.

Tour included in the admission fee. 
Max. 10 participants, register via: veranstaltungen@hausamwaldsee.de

 

14.8.2020
with Andreas Schäfer
BOOK PRESENTATION

7.30 pm

15.8.2020
Build your own Barkow Leibinger
FAMILY SATURDAY

2 – 4 pm
Introduction to the exhibition
Barkow Leibinger. Revolutions of Choice
followed by workshop 

Event held in German

There’s more than one way to engage with art. Our Family Saturday invites young and old to make their first steps and discover our exhibition. The art works shall be examined closely through short tours under the guidance of our art educators and inspire to embark on one’s own creative journey during the workshop afterwards. Showing up early guarantees a spot on the guided tour but late-comers are equally welcome and encouraged to join the workshop.

19.8.2020
Dell Lillinger Westergaard „GRAMMAR II“
JAZZ CONCERT

20 Uhr

18 Euro / 15 Euro
Registration and tickets via: 
konzerte@hausamwaldsee.de

 

 

Christopher Dell - Vibraphone
Christian Lillinger - Percussion
Jonas Westergaard - Double Bass

 


In their second outdoor jazz concert in August 2020, Dell Lillinger Westergaard (DLW) present the program of their latest recording "GRAMMAR II". The nationally and internationally acclaimed ensemble continually pushes the boundaries of experimental music. The renowned British Wire Magazine, for example, described the process work of the outstanding musicians as "an intriguing exercise in creative composition".

22.8.2020
of Barkow Leibinger – Revolutions of Choice
CURATOR-LED TOUR

3 pm
with Ludwig Engel, futurologist and urbanist.

Tour included in the admission fee. 
Max. 10 participants, register via: veranstaltungen@hausamwaldsee.de

 

22.8.2020
Build your own Barkow Leibinger
FAMILY SATURDAY

2 – 4 pm
Introduction to the exhibition
Barkow Leibinger. Revolutions of Choice
followed by workshop 

Event held in German

There’s more than one way to engage with art. Our Family Saturday invites young and old to make their first steps and discover our exhibition. The art works shall be examined closely through short tours under the guidance of our art educators and inspire to embark on one’s own creative journey during the workshop afterwards. Showing up early guarantees a spot on the guided tour but late-comers are equally welcome and encouraged to join the workshop.

23.8.2020
From house to house
GUIDED BIKE TOUR

Bike tour to three jewels of the Berlin art landscape
1 pm – 4 pm
10 Euro (reduced 7 Euro)

Max. 12 participants, booking: info@hausamwaldsee.de 

Haus am Waldsee, Georg Kolbe Museum and Brücke Museum are three established Berlin institutions for modern and contemporary art on the outskirts of the city. All three houses are characterised by the charming combination of art, nature and architecture. 

Cycle with us from house to house and gain in-depth insights into the history, architecture and concept of your three favourite art locations at Grunewald. 

The tour will be cancelled if it rains.

 

 

29.8.2020
Revolutions of Choice?
SYMPOSIUM

11 am – 6 pm
All-day: 30 Euro including exhibition
15 Euro per talk including exhibition
Please register: veranstaltungen@hausamwaldsee.de

All-day symposium on the occasion of the exhibition "Barkow Leibinger".

Welcome: Katja Blomberg

Speakers:

Regine Leibinger (architect)
Frank Barkow (architect)
Ludwig Engel (curator of the exhibition)
Konstantin Grcic (designer)
Philip Ursprung (professor for art history and the history of architecture, ETH Zurich)
Regula Lüscher (Berlin Senate building director, architect, urban planner)

29.8.2020
Build your own Barkow Leibinger
FAMILY SATURDAY

2 – 4 pm
Introduction to the exhibition
Barkow Leibinger. Revolutions of Choice
followed by workshop 

Event held in German

There’s more than one way to engage with art. Our Family Saturday invites young and old to make their first steps and discover our exhibition. The art works shall be examined closely through short tours under the guidance of our art educators and inspire to embark on one’s own creative journey during the workshop afterwards. Showing up early guarantees a spot on the guided tour but late-comers are equally welcome and encouraged to join the workshop.

9.9.2020
Drawing in the Garden
WORKSHOP

6 pm – 8 pm
For adults, max. 12 participants
15 Euro / 12 Euro, Please register until 07.09. via: vermittlung@hausamwaldsee.de

During summer, the garden of Haus am Waldsee offers ideal conditions for concentrated and artistic work. On several evenings we will try out different strategies of drawing. In addition to the special architecture of the house, which was built as a former private villa, the works of art in the sculpture park and nature itself provide us with inspiration for our own drawing research.

Participation in individual appointments is possible. Beginners and advanced students are equally welcome. 

 

12.9.2020
On buildings by Barkow Leibinger in Berlin
BICYCLE TOUR

10 am – 7 pm
Max. 25 participants
PROGRAMME
Held in German
Register via info@hausamwaldsee.de

In cooperation with Ticket B, Architektur erleben, which offers worldwide specialist excursions to contemporary architecture from Berlin, we have put together a full-day bicycle tour that will take us to outstanding buildings, led by architect Thomas Krüger, who knows Barkow Leibinger personally. In some cases, we will even get exclusive insights into the interiors of the non-public buildings.

 

 

16.9.2020
Drawing in the Garden
WORKSHOP

6 pm – 8 pm
For adults, max. 12 participants
15 Euro / 12 Euro, Please register until 14.09. via: vermittlung@hausamwaldsee.de

During summer, the garden of Haus am Waldsee offers ideal conditions for concentrated and artistic work. On several evenings we will try out different strategies of drawing. In addition to the special architecture of the house, which was built as a former private villa, the works of art in the sculpture park and nature itself provide us with inspiration for our own drawing research.

Participation in individual appointments is possible. Beginners and advanced students are equally welcome. 

3.10.2020
Sculptor talk with Thomas Rentmeister

3 – 4 pm
Max. 20 participants
Event is included in the admission for the exhibition
Register: info@hausamwaldsee.de
Event is held in German

21.10.2020
Holiday art academy
Workshop

21.10. – 23.10.2020
on the occasion of the exhibition “Berta Fischer, Björn Dahlem, Naum Gabo – Into Space”
10 am – 1 pm
For children aged 8 – 12 years
Fee: 30 Euro
Register: vermittlung@hausamwaldsee.de

The exhibition "Into Space" revolves around the human longing for outer space, the dream of weightlessness, the idea of distant galaxies and planets. The universe is full of unfathomable secrets. We can only guess much of what is in it. It remains hidden from our eyes and so most of it is left to our imagination. The exhibited artworks by Naum Gabo, Berta Fischer and Björn Dahlem serve as a starting point for our own artistic ideas and reflections during the three-day holiday academy. Shimmering foils, colourful papers, collected as well as found materials will be used to create hanging sculptures that will come together at the end of the workshop to form a galactic light and sound installation.

22.10.2020
Book presentation with Susanne Kippenberger
BOOK PRESENTATION

7.30 pm
Max. 35 participants
Admission to book presentation is free

The exhibition is open until 7.30 pm, admission fee: 7 / 5 Euro

The author reads from her new book "Die Kunst der Großzügigkeit".

Surprise, happiness, disappointment - why do we react so emotionally to gifts - regardless of their material value? Susanne Kippenberger, herself a passionate giver of gifts, explores giving as a universe of emotions and a complex form of communication. Above all, however, she shows how much pleasure the art of generosity brings.

Susanne Kippenberger (*1957) is an editor at Berlin's Tagesspiegel and author, among other things, of the celebrated portrait "Kippenberger: Der Künstler und seine Familien" (2007), which she wrote about her brother Martin Kippenberger.

Photo: Susanne Kippenberger, 2011, (c) Elena Steil

 

23.10.2020
Book presentation with Susanne Kippenberger
BOOK PRESENTATION

7.30 pm
Max. 35 participants
Admission to book presentation is free

The exhibition is open until 7.30 pm, admission fee: 7 / 5 Euro

The author reads from her new book "Die Kunst der Großzügigkeit".

Surprise, happiness, disappointment - why do we react so emotionally to gifts - regardless of their material value? Susanne Kippenberger, herself a passionate giver of gifts, explores giving as a universe of emotions and a complex form of communication. Above all, however, she shows how much pleasure the art of generosity brings.

Susanne Kippenberger (*1957) is an editor at Berlin's Tagesspiegel and author, among other things, of the celebrated portrait "Kippenberger: Der Künstler und seine Familien" (2007), which she wrote about her brother Martin Kippenberger.

Photo: Susanne Kippenberger, 2011, (c) Elena Steil

 

2019

Exhibitions


26.1. – 3.3.2019
Karin Sander. A to Z
9.3. – 5.5.2019
Ammar al-Beik. One to free
18.5. – 25.8.2019
Beasts of the times. Lynn Chadwick, Katja Strunz, Hans Uhlmann
6.9. – 17.11.2019
Tobias Rehberger. Inspiration is a little town in China – in Paper
29.11.2019 – 1.3.2020
Johanna Diehl. The Truth Resides in the Folds

Events


27.1.2019
Children’s opening
CHILDREN`S OPENING

11 am-1 pm

Event held in German

The beginning of every new exhibition lies under a certain spell. What can be seen? What is the topic of the exhibition? Our art educators are concerning themselves with these questions together with the young visitors, directly on-site and in front of the art works which were just currently located at the Haus am Waldsee. Their own creative endeavours can then flourish during an open workshop.

30.1.2019
Karin Sander
TOUR IN DIALOGUE

7 pm
Admission included in entrance fee

Event held in German

Contemporary art always challenges us anew. The current exhibition and its new art works are discussed face-to-face and in a playful manner in this partly interactive guided tour. Its goal is an exchange of thoughts, therefore, your own input and opinions are very welcome.

6.2.2019
Yoga Amongst Art
YOGA

8.50-10.30 am
15 Euro / single session
130 Euro / subscription for 10 sessions 
110 Euro / for supporters and patrons 

Event held in German

Yoga and art lead to improved concentration and broaden one’s horizon. These open classes are taught in the Sivananda tradition by experienced trainers and take place every Wednesday from 9.00a m to 10.30 am. During the summer, sessions will be held in our sculpture park. Please bring your own mat and blanket and arrive 10 mins early.

10.2.2019
Johannes Roloff plays J. S. Bach
CONCERT AMONGST ART

6 pm 
Admission: 15 Euro
Advance booking: +49 (0)30 801 89 35
konzerte@hausamwaldsee.de

Event held in German

Johannes Roloff, piano splays J. S. Bach, Aria with different variations (Goldberg-variations), BWV 988.

13.2.2019
Karin Sander
TOUR IN DIALOGUE

7 pm 
Admission included in entrance fee 

Event held in German

Contemporary art always challenges us anew. The current exhibition and its new art works are discussed face-to-face and in a playful manner in this partly interactive guided tour. Its goal is an exchange of thoughts, therefore, your own input and opinions are very welcome.

16.2.2019
Family saturday with workshop
WORKSHOP

On the occasion of the exhibition 
Karin Sander – A bis Z
2-5 pm
Workshop is free of charge for children 

Event held in German

 

There’s more than one way to interact with art. Our Family Saturday invites young and old to make their first steps and discover our exhibition. The art works shall be examined closely through short tours under the guidance of our art educators and inspire to embark on one’s own creative journey during the workshop afterwards. Showing up early guarantees a spot on the guided tour but late-comers are equally welcome and encouraged to join the workshop.

21.2.2019
Artist’s Dinner with Karin Sander
ARTIST'S DINNER

7.30 pm
Participation 45 Euro, plus beverages
Direct booking via kuenstleressen@hausamwaldsee.de

Event held in German

25.2.2019
Artist Talk
ARTIST TALK

with Karin Sander and Prof. Dr. Ursprung, ETH Zurich
7.30 pm

Admission included in entrance fee

Event held in German

27.2.2019
Karin Sander
TOUR IN DIALOGIE

7 pm
Admission included in entrance fee 

Event held in German

Contemporary art always challenges us anew. The current exhibition and its new art works are discussed face-to-face and in a playful manner in this partly interactive guided tour. Its goal is an exchange of thoughts, therefore, your own input and opinions are very welcome.

9.3.2019
Ammar al-Beik – ONE TO FREE
PREVIEW

11 Uhr
Exclusive Preview 
for the Association of Friends and Supporters

10.3.2019
Children’s opening “Ammar al-Beik”
CHILDREN'S OPENING

11 am-1 pm
Parents accompanying their children receive free admission

The beginning of every new exhibition lies under a certain spell. What can be seen? What is the topic of the exhibition? Our art educators are concerning themselves with these questions together with the young visitors, directly on-site and in front of the art works which were just currently located at the Haus am Waldsee. Their own creative endeavours can then flourish during an open workshop.

13.3.2019
Ammar al-Beik – ONE TO FREE
TOUR IN DIALOGUE

7 pm
Admission included in entrance fee 

Event held in German

Contemporary art always challenges us anew. The current exhibition and its new art works are discussed face-to-face and in a playful manner in this partly interactive guided tour. Its goal is an exchange of thoughts, therefore, your own input and opinions are very welcome.

20.3.2019
Book presentation with Björn Vedder
BOOK PRESENTATION

7.30 pm
Book presentation with Björn Vedder
Reicher Pöbel
Admission included in entrance fee

Event held in German

Björn Vedder talks abou thet cultural imagination of the rich and presents his widely discussed book Reicher PöbelÜber die Monster des Kapitalismus.

21.3.2019
Artist talk with Ammar al-Beik
ARTIST TALK

with Ammar al-Beik, Lamis Marianne Sires and Katja Blomberg 
7.30 pm
Admission included in entrance fee

28.3.2019
Artist dinner with Ammar al-Beik
ARTIST DINNER

19.30 pm
Participation 45 Euro, plus drinks
direct booking until 21.03.2019 via kuenstleressen@hausamwaldsee.de

Since 2005, Haus am Waldsee regularly invites for public dinners with the respective artist currently featured. In the beginning, the artists have cooked themselves. Later on, evenings have been combined with reading sessions or other themes and by now, the team from Zagreus Projekt from Berlin have been cooking for us regularly. We are looking forward to spend the dinners in our park during summer time and use our new garden room at winter time to bring artists and public together in a relaxed atmosphere. Take the chance to get to know the person behind the artworks, as well as other friends of the arts by booking your space.

30.3.2019
Family Saturday with Workshop
WORKSHOP

On the occasion of the exhibition
Ammar al-Beik – ONE TO FREE

2-5 pm
Workshop is free of charge for children 

Event held in German

There’s more than one way to engage with art. Our Family Saturday invites young and old to make their first steps and discover our exhibition. The art works shall be examined closely through short tours under the guidance of our art educators and inspire to embark on one’s own creative journey during the workshop afterwards. Showing up early guarantees a spot on the guided tour but late-comers are equally welcome and encouraged to join the workshop.

3.4.2019
Ammar al-Beik – ONE TO FREE
TOUR IN DIALOGUE

7 pm
Admission included in entrance fee 

Event held in German

Contemporary art always challenges us anew. The current exhibition and its new art works are discussed face-to-face and in a playful manner in this partly interactive guided tour. Its goal is an exchange of thoughts, therefore, your own input and opinions are very welcome.

9.4.2019
Concert-Performance
CONCERT

7 pm
Till Velten, 
Symphony.land 
with Farid Feyzullayev (Baku in Azerbaijan),
Peccu Frost (Finland / Zurich)
Samer Alkurdi (Jordan).

Advance Booking: 15 Euro, konzert@hausamwaldsee.de 
Box Office: 17 Euro

The collective "symphony.land" assembles people from varying cultural backgrounds on stage, to reflect on their strenghts, injuries, their failures and hopes. Musically-speaking but also through telling their stories, they let the audience partake in their paths of life. The topic of taking refuge is at the core, as well as the rebuilding of a new home through language, movement and music.

13.4.2019
Family Saturday with Workshop
WORKSHOP

On the occasion of the exhibition
Ammar al-Beik – ONE TO FREE

2-5 pm
Workshop is free of charge for children 

Event held in German

There’s more than one way to engage with art. Our Family Saturday invites young and old to make their first steps and discover our exhibition. The art works shall be examined closely through short tours under the guidance of our art educators and inspire to embark on one’s own creative journey during the workshop afterwards. Showing up early guarantees a spot on the guided tour but late-comers are equally welcome and encouraged to join the workshop.

17.4.2019
Ammar al-Beik – ONE TO FREE
TOUR IN DIALOGUE

7 pm
Admission included in entrance fee 

Event held in German

Contemporary art always challenges us anew. The current exhibition and its new art works are discussed face-to-face and in a playful manner in this partly interactive guided tour. Its goal is an exchange of thoughts, therefore, your own input and opinions are very welcome.

18.4.2019
Cherry Blossom Festival
SCULPTURE PARK

5-10 pm
Opening of the sculpture park and the café

On Maundy Thursday from 5 – 8pm, we are opening our sculpture park with new works by Susanne Rottenbacher, Markus Jeschaunig and Tony Cragg. You can have a picnic below the cherry trees and our Delikatesserie Brohm, which officially celebrates its opening, offers meals and drinks.

28.4.2019
Ammar al-Beik – ONE TO FREE
TOUR IN DIALOGUE - ENGLISH

3 pm
Event is held in English
Admission included in entrance fee 

 

Contemporary art always challenges us anew. The current exhibition and its new art works are discussed face-to-face and in a playful manner in this partly interactive guided tour. Its goal is an exchange of thoughts, therefore, your own input and opinions are very welcome.

4.5.2019
Ammar al-Beik – ONE TO FREE
TOUR IN DIALOGUE - ENGLISH

3 pm
Event is held in English
Admission included in entrance fee 

 

Contemporary art always challenges us anew. The current exhibition and its new art works are discussed face-to-face and in a playful manner in this partly interactive guided tour. Its goal is an exchange of thoughts, therefore, your own input and opinions are very welcome.

22.5.2019
Afterwork Tour in Dialogue
GUIDED TOUR

7 pm 
With Dr. Katja Blomberg
From 6pm, snack at the café

15 Euro, booking via info@hausamwaldsee.de
Event held in German.

Führung zur Ausstellung Biester der Zeit. Lynn Chadwick, Katja Strunz, Hans Uhlmann
Costs cover admission, guided tour and snack.

23.5.2019
Berliner Landhausgärten
LECTURE

7:30 pm
Talk by Dr. Klaus von Krosigk on cottage gardens in Berlin.

Event held in German.

25.5.2019
Director-led guided tour
GUIDED TOUR

2-5 pm 
Director-led guided tour of  Lynn Chadwick. Biester der Zeit

Event held in German.

2 pm: Tour at Georg Kolbe Museum with Dr. Julia Wallner, afterwards commute with bike or taxi to Haus am Waldsee 
4 pm: Tour at Haus am Waldsee with Dr. Katja Blomberg

2.6.2019
Tonräumlich und hyperreal
CONCERT

6 pm 
Trio Dell-Lillinger-Westergaard plays,
vibraphone, drums, bass.

Pre-sale: 15 Euro, konzert@hausamwaldsee.de
Box office: 17 Euro

8.6.2019
Family Saturday with Workshop
WORKSHOP

On the occasion of the exhibition
Biester der Zeit. Lynn Chadwick, Katja Strunz, Hans Uhlmann
2-5 Uhr
Workshop is free of charge for children.

Event is held in German.

There’s more than one way to engage with art. Our Family Saturday invites young and old to make their first steps and discover our exhibition. The art works shall be examined closely through short tours under the guidance of our art educators and inspire to embark on one’s own creative journey during the workshop afterwards. Showing up early guarantees a spot on the guided tour but late-comers are equally welcome and encouraged to join the workshop.

12.6.2019
Afterwork Tour in Dialogue
GUIDED TOUR

7 pm 
From 6pm, snack at the café

15 Euro, booking via info@hausamwaldsee.de
Event held in German.

Guided tour of the exhibition Biester der Zeit. Lynn Chadwick, Katja Strunz, Hans Uhlmann
Costs cover admission, guided tour and snack.

 

Lynn Chadwick, Beast Alerted I, 1990, Courtesy of the Estate of Lynn Chadwick and Blain|Southern, Photo: Jonty Wilde

13.6.2019
Artist Talk with Katja Strunz
KÜNSTLERGESPRÄCH

7.30 pm 
With Katja Strunz and Dr. Katja Blomberg
Admission is included in the entrance fee. 

Event is held in German.

3.7.2019
Afterwork Tour in Dialogue
GUIDED TOUR

7 pm 
From 6pm, snack at the café

15 Euro, booking via info@hausamwaldsee.de
Event held in German.

Guided Tour of the exhibition Biester der Zeit. Lynn Chadwick, Katja Strunz, Hans Uhlmann
Costs cover admission, guided tour and snack.

Lynn Chadwick, Beast Alerted I, 1990, Rostfreier Stahl, Courtesy of the Estate of Lynn Chadwick and Blain|Southern, Foto: Jonty Wilde

6.7.2019
Inclusive Touch Tour
GUIDED TOUR

2-3.30 pm
For adults with and without visual impairment

Booking via info@hausamwaldsee.de
Event held in German.

10.7.2019
Drawing in the exhibition
Workshop

6.30-8:30 pm
Workshop for adults

Event held in German.

20.7.2019
Family Saturday with Workshop
WORKSHOP

On the occasion of the exhibition 
Biester der Zeit. Lynn Chadwick, Katja Strunz, Hans Uhlmann
2-5 pm 
Workshop is free of charge for children.

Event is held in German.

There’s more than one way to engage with art. Our Family Saturday invites young and old to make their first steps and discover our exhibition. The art works shall be examined closely through short tours under the guidance of our art educators and inspire to embark on one’s own creative journey during the workshop afterwards. Showing up early guarantees a spot on the guided tour but late-comers are equally welcome and encouraged to join the workshop.

24.7.2019
Afterwork Tour in Dialogue
GUIDED TOUR

7 pm 
With Natalie Weiland M. A.
From 6pm, snack at the café

15 Euro, booking via info@hausamwaldsee.de
Event is held in German.

Guided tour of the exhibition Biester der Zeit. Lynn Chadwick, Katja Strunz, Hans Uhlmann
Costs cover admission, guided tour and snack.

 

Lynn Chadwick, Beast Alerted I, 1990, Courtesy of the Estate of Lynn Chadwick and Blain|Southern, Photo: Jonty Wilde

24.7.2019
Drawing in the exhibition
WORKSHOP

6.30-8.30 Uhr
Workshop for adults

15 / 12 Euro, booking via info@hausamwaldsee.de
Event is held in German.

There’s more than one way to engage with art. Our Family Saturday invites young and old to make their first steps and discover our exhibition. The art works shall be examined closely through short tours under the guidance of our art educators and inspire to embark on one’s own creative journey during the workshop afterwards. Showing up early guarantees a spot on the guided tour but late-comers are equally welcome and encouraged to join the workshop.

26.7.2019
Book presentation for “Turm der blauen Pferde”
SPECIAL EVENT

7.30 pm
With author Bernhard Jaumann. Hosted by Katja Blomberg.

Event is held in German

It is about a painting from 1913: The "The Tower of Blue Horses" by Franz Marc, beloved in the Weimar period, then ostracized and disappeared over 73 years ago. Supposedly, it was last seen in the Haus am Waldsee in May 1945. In 2017 we put together an exhibition with eleven contemporary artists who reacted to the spectacular "Case" in their own works. Now an exciting thriller based on the story has been published, which the award-winning author Bernhard Jaumann will present at a special event in Haus am Waldsee on 26 July. Brilliantly researched and written, Jaumann's private detective pursues new traces... “The Tower of Blue Horses" seems close enough to touch...

Norbert Bisky, Untitled, 2017, oil on canvas, wooden frame, ash, dimensions cary ©VG Bildkunst, Bonn; photo: Bernd Borchardt

7.8.2019
Drawing in the exhibition
WORKSHOP

6.30-8.30 pm
Workshop for adults

Event is held in German.

8.8.2019
Barock Blues, Runge & Ammon
CONCERT

8 pm 

Eckart Runge – Cello 

Jacques Ammon – Piano 

This programme of duo Runge & Ammon combines the seemingly different musical worlds of baroque, jazz and tango through spontaneous emotionality of their improvised elements. Compositions of George Gershwin, Chick Corea, Nikolai Kapustin, Biréli Lagrène and Astor Piazzolla, works by J.S. Bach, G.F. Händel and others are juxtaposed and newly highlighted. Next to the juxtaposition of the different styles, both musicians play with clichéed expectations towards the genre and explore unexpected aspects. At the same time, relations of musical genres and their history are brought in context for the audience and deepened through the entertaining presentation of the cellist.
Whether it is baroque, tango nuevo, latin or gispy-jass, the strong shape and sensuality of free expression unite in an emotional experience.

14.8.2019
Afterwork Tour in Dialogue
GUIDED TOUR

7 pm
From 6pm, snack at the café

15 Euro, booking via info@hausamwaldsee.de

Event is held in German.

Guided tour of the exhibition Biester der Zeit. Lynn Chadwick, Katja Strunz, Hans Uhlmann
Costs cover admission, guided tour and snack.

 

Lynn Chadwick, Beast Alerted I, 1990, Courtesy of the Estate of Lynn Chadwick and Blain|Southern, Photo: Jonty Wilde

15.8.2019
Talk with Dr. Barbara Kuon
LECTURE

7.30 pm

Event is held in German.

Dr. Barbara Kuon, Academic Researcher for Philosophy and Aesthetics at the Hochschule für Gestaltung in Karlsruhe, talks about the work of Katja Strunz and sculpture at the beginning of the 21st century. The artist is present.

24.8.2019
Family Saturday with Workshop
WORKSHOP

On the occasion of the exhibition 
Biester der Zeit. Lynn Chadwick, Katja Strunz, Hans Uhlmann
2-5 pm
Workshop is free of charge for children

Event is held in German

There’s more than one way to engage with art. Our Family Saturday invites young and old to make their first steps and discover our exhibition. The art works shall be examined closely through short tours under the guidance of our art educators and inspire to embark on one’s own creative journey during the workshop afterwards. Showing up early guarantees a spot on the guided tour but late-comers are equally welcome and encouraged to join the workshop.

8.9.2019
Children’s opening “Tobias Rehberger”

11 am-1 pm
On the occasion of the exhibition
Tobias Rehberger
Inspiration is a little town in China – in paper

The beginning of every new exhibition lies under a certain spell. What can be seen? What is the topic of the exhibition? Our art educators are concerning themselves with these questions together with the young visitors, directly on-site and in front of the art works which were just currently located at the Haus am Waldsee. Their own creative endeavours can then flourish during an open workshop.

11.9.2019
Afterwork tour
GUIDED TOUR

7 pm 
Tour is included in the admission fee 
Snack starting from 6 pm: 8 Euro
Event is held in German

Guided tour of the exhibtion Tobias Rehberger. Inspiration is a little town in China – in paper".

14.9.2019
Inclusive guided tour for people with and without visual impairment
GUIDED TOUR

2–3.30 pm
Event is held in German

21.9.2019
Family Saturday
WORKSHOP

2–5 pm
On occasion of the exhibition
Tobias Rehberger. Inspiration is a little town in China – in Papier
Workshop is free of charge for children

Event is held in German

There’s more than one way to engage with art. Our Family Saturday invites young and old to make their first steps and discover our exhibition. The art works shall be examined closely through short tours under the guidance of our art educators and inspire to embark on one’s own creative journey during the workshop afterwards. Showing up early guarantees a spot on the guided tour but late-comers are equally welcome and encouraged to join the workshop.

22.9.2019
Barbecue with artist talk
ARTIST TALK

6.30 pm
Tobias Rehberger and Kasper König

Please register until 15.9. via kuenstleressen@hausamwaldsee.de
Fee: 20 Euro excluding drinks
Event is held in German

25.9.2019
Afterwork tour
GUIDED TOUR

7 pm
Tour is included in the admission fee
Snack starting from 6 pm: 8 Euro
Event is held in German

Guided tour of the exhibition Tobias Rehberger. Inspiration is a little town in China – in paper".

28.9.2019
Tour in dialogue in sign language
GUIDED TOUR

2–3.30 pm

5.10.2019
Tour in dialogue in sign language
FÜHRUNG

2–3.30 pm

9.10.2019
Holiday academy for children from 8 – 12 years
Workshop

9.10. – 11.10.2019
10 am – 1 pm
Fee: 30 Euro

9.10.2019
Afterwork tour in German and English
GUIDED TOUR

7 pm
Tour is included in the admission fee.
Snack starting from 6 pm: 8 Euro

Guided tour of the exhibition Tobias Rehberger. Inspiration is a little town in China – in paper" in German and English.

12.10.2019
Curator-led tour with Katja Blomberg
GUIDED TOUR

3 pm
Event held in German

Curator-led tour of  Tobias Rehberger. Inspiration is a little town in China - in paper with Katja Blomberg, director of Haus am Waldsee.

19.10.2019
Family Saturday
WORKSHOP

2–5 pm
On occasion of the exhibition
Tobias Rehberger. Inspiration is a little town in China – in Papier
Workshop is free of charge for children

Event is held in German

There’s more than one way to engage with art. Our Family Saturday invites young and old to make their first steps and discover our exhibition. The art works shall be examined closely through short tours under the guidance of our art educators and inspire to embark on one’s own creative journey during the workshop afterwards. Showing up early guarantees a spot on the guided tour but late-comers are equally welcome and encouraged to join the workshop.

23.10.2019
Yoga amidst the Art
YOGA

8.50-10.30 am
Please bring own blanket and mat.
15 Euro per session / 130 Euro book of ten tickets /110 Euro FuF members
Sign up via yoga@hausamwaldsee.de

Since 2014, Haus am Waldsee has regularly been offering yoga classes open to all.
Govinda teaches in the Sivananda tradition every Wednesday from 9.00 to 10.30 am.

23.10.2019
Afterwork tour
GUIDED TOUR

7 pm
Tour is included in the admission fee
Snack starting from 6 pm: 8 Euro
Event is held in German

Guided tour of the exhibition Tobias Rehberger. Inspiration is a little town in China – in paper".

24.10.2019
Book presentation with David Wagner
BOOK PRESENTATION

7.30 pm
Event is held in German

Book presentation with David Wagner for his latest novel "Der vergessliche Riese" (Rowohlt). Event included in the general admission fee of  7/5 Euro.

26.10.2019
Inclusive guided tour for people with and without visual impairment
GUIDED TOUR

2–3.30 pm
Event held in German

30.10.2019
Yoga amidst the Art
YOGA

8.50-10.30 am
Please bring own blanket and mat.
15 Euro per session / 130 Euro book of ten tickets /110 Euro FuF members
Sign up via yoga@hausamwaldsee.de

Since 2014, Haus am Waldsee has regularly been offering yoga classes open to all.
Govinda teaches in the Sivananda tradition every Wednesday from 9.00 to 10.30 am.

1.11.2019
Lesung mit Harald Welzer
BOOK PRESENTATION

7.30 pm
Event is held in German.

Book presentation with Harald Welzer of his latest novel "Alles könnte anders sein" (S.Fischer). Event included in the general admission fee of 7/5 Euro.

2.11.2019
Tour in dialogue in sign language
GUIDED TOUR

2–3.30 pm

6.11.2019
Yoga amidst the Art
YOGA

8.50-10.30 am
Please bring own blanket and mat.
15 Euro per session / 130 Euro book of ten tickets /110 Euro FuF members
Sign up via yoga@hausamwaldsee.de

Since 2014, Haus am Waldsee has regularly been offering yoga classes open to all.
Govinda teaches in the Sivananda tradition every Wednesday from 9.00 to 10.30 am.

6.11.2019
Afterwork tour in German and English
GUIDED TOUR

7 pm
Tour is included in the admission fee.
Snack starting from 6 pm: 8 Euro

Guided tour of the exhibition Tobias Rehberger. Inspiration is a little town in China – in Paper" in German and English.

13.11.2019
Yoga amidst the Art
YOGA

8.50-10.30 am
Please bring own blanket and mat.
15 Euro per session / 130 Euro book of ten tickets /110 Euro FuF members
Sign up via yoga@hausamwaldsee.de

Since 2014, Haus am Waldsee has regularly been offering yoga classes open to all.
Govinda teaches in the Sivananda tradition every Wednesday from 9.00 to 10.30 am.

16.11.2019
Family Saturday
WORKSHOP

2–5 pm
On occasion of the exhibition
Tobias Rehberger. Inspiration is a little town in China – in Papier
Workshop is free of charge for children

Event is held in German

There’s more than one way to engage with art. Our Family Saturday invites young and old to make their first steps and discover our exhibition. The art works shall be examined closely through short tours under the guidance of our art educators and inspire to embark on one’s own creative journey during the workshop afterwards. Showing up early guarantees a spot on the guided tour but late-comers are equally welcome and encouraged to join the workshop.

20.11.2019
Yoga amidst the Art
YOGA

8.50-10.30 am
Please bring own blanket and mat.
15 Euro per session / 130 Euro book of ten tickets /110 Euro FuF members
Sign up via yoga@hausamwaldsee.de

Since 2014, Haus am Waldsee has regularly been offering yoga classes open to all.
Govinda teaches in the Sivananda tradition every Wednesday from 9.00 to 10.30 am.

1.12.2019
Children’s opening “Johanna Diehl”
WORKSHOP

11.15 am
Free admission for children and accompanying adults until 1 pm
Event is held in German

Children's opening with workshop  on the occasion of  "Johanna Diehl. The Truth Resides in the Folds".

The beginning of every new exhibition lies under a certain spell. What can be seen? What is the topic of the exhibition? Our art educators are concerning themselves with these questions together with the young visitors, directly on-site and in front of the art works which were just currently located at the Haus am Waldsee. Their own creative endeavours can then flourish during an open workshop.

4.12.2019
Afterwork Tour
GUIDED TOUR

7 pm
From 10 people. Please register until 2.12.:
info@hausamwaldsee.de
Snacks and drinks at the café until 7pm
Event is held in German

Guided tour of the exhibition "Johanna Diehl. The Truth Resides in the Folds".

13.12.2019
Christmas concert Johann Sebastian Bach
CONCERT

8 pm
Pre-sale: € 18, Box office: € 20
Please register until 9.12.: konzert@hausamwaldsee.de

Six Sonatas for Violin and Piano, with Rahel Rilling (violin) and Johannes Roloff (piano).

 

Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach counted these pieces "among the best works of my dear father" in 1750.

 

Rahel Maria Rilling, born in Stuttgart, comes from a renowned family of musicians. She plays regularly with the Berlin philharmonic orchestra. Rahel Rilling plays a violin from Tommaso Balestrieri, Cremona, from 1767.

 

Johannes Roloff, born in Berlin, also comes from a renowned family of musicians. Numerous concert tours have led him to Asia, Russia, South America, Switzerland and Australia. Since 1991 Johannes Roloff has been working as an arranger, musical director and pianist with the German-Swiss-Bulgarian comedy trio "Geschwister Pfister", with whom he has performed numerous stage shows, most recently "So, als ob du schwebtest", a tribute to the German Schlager couple Cindy & Bert. The show is currently running at Tipi am Kanzleramt.

14.12.2019
Family Saturday with workshop
WORKSHOP

2 – 5 pm
On the occasion of the exhibition
Johanna Diehl. The Truth Resides in the Folds
Event is held in German

There’s more than one way to engage with art. Our Family Saturday invites young and old to make their first steps and discover our exhibition. The art works shall be examined closely through short tours under the guidance of our art educators and inspire to embark on one’s own creative journey during the workshop afterwards. Showing up early guarantees a spot on the guided tour but late-comers are equally welcome and encouraged to join the workshop.

18.12.2019
Drawing in the exhibition
WORKSHOP

6.30 – 8.30 pm
Workshop for adults
€ 15 / € 12, Please register: info@hausamwaldsee.de
Event is held in German

Idyllically situated as a former private villa at a small lake in the southwest of Berlin, Haus am Waldsee offers the ideal conditions for concentrated artistic work. 

Beginners and advanced students are equally welcome. 

2018

Exhibitions


14.3. – 14.4.2018
Simon Faithfull. One Orbit of the Sun (HaW at Bikini Berlin)
18.4. – 26.5.2018
Bettina Blohm. Berlin Drawings (HaW at Bikini Berlin)
30.5. – 30.6.2018
Case Studies. Textile Design from Berlin (HaW at Bikini Berlin)
5.7. – 23.8.2018
Sonja Alhäuser. Aus der Tiefe (HaW at Bikini Berlin)
2017

Exhibitions


3.3. – 5.6.2017
MISSING Der Turm der blauen Pferde by Franz Marc.
2016

Exhibitions


19.2. – 17.4.2016
Leiko Ikemura. ... and suddenly the wind turns
28.4. – 26.6.2016
J.MAYER.H. Strukturalien. Architecture als urban sculpture
8.7. – 28.8.2016
Chinese Whispers. Ingo Mittelstaedt and the Peter Raue collection.
9.9. – 6.11.2016
Sven Drühl. Simulations. Landscape beyond reality
18.11. – 12.2.2017
Julian Röder. Right and Space
2015

Exhibitions


6.3. – 25.5.2015
Martin Assig. Being Fortunate
7.6. – 16.8.2015
Nezaket Ekici. All we possess possesses us, too
19.9. – 22.11.2015
Alicja Kwade. Monologue from the 11th floor
13.12.2015 - 31.1.2016
SHOW ME WHERE YOU ARE COMING FROM. Presentation of drawings by Syrian children.
4.12.2015 – 7.2.2016
Stefanie Hering. Porcelain design by Hering Berlin
2014

Exhibitions


19.1. – 23.3.2014
Stefan Panhans. Too much change is not enough
5.4. – 17.5.2014
Ola Kolehmainen. Geometric Light
29.5.2014 – 3.8.2014
8th Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art.
14.8. – 24.8.2014
Junko Wada. Summer Visitor
5.9. – 9.11.2014
Michael Sailstorfer . B-Side
22.11.2014 – 22.2.2015  
Haus-Rucker-Co. Architectural Utopia Reloaded
2013

Exhibitions


18.1. – 1.4.2013
Ina Weber. Here
21.4. – 9.6.2013
Werner Aisslinger. Home of the Future
22.6. – 22.9.2013
Søren Kierkegaard. Either / Or
4.10.2013 - 5.1.2014
Christine Streuli. Nonstoppainting
2012

Exhibitions


2.3. – 20.5.2012
Takehito Koganezawa. Luftlinien
6.6. – 26.8.2012
How does the new enter the world?.
7.9. – 9.9.2012
Elke Silvia Krystufek . Harmony 20
5.10. – 30.12.2012
Erik Schmidt. Downtown
2011

Exhibitions


11.2. – 10.4.2011
Bjørn Melhus. Live Action Hero
22.4. – 19.6.2011
Albrecht Schnider. At the event horizon
26.6. – 28.8.2011
Mette Tronvoll. At Eye Level
10.9. – 6.11.2011
William Engelen. Music Box
23.11.2011 – 12.2.2012
GRAFT Architects. Distinct Ambiguity
2010

Exhibitions


2.4. – 13.6.2010
Arturo Herrera. Home
10.9. – 14.11.2010
Frank Nitsche. COCKTAILHYBRIDCONCEPT - feat. Yves Netzhammer
25.11.2010 – 30.1.2011
Marcel van Eeden. Schritte ins Reich der Kunst
2009

Exhibitions


11.1. – 22.2.2009
Carla Guagliardi and Simon Faithfull. Weightless
6.3. – 26.4.2009
Clemens Krauss. Waking Up
8.5. – 9.8.2009
Ernst Wilhelm Nay and Colours. Paintings of the 1960s
20.9. – 29.11.2009
Anton Henning. Antidote
11.12.2009 – 21.2.2010
Corinne Wasmuht. Supracity
2008

Exhibitions


25.1. – 24.3.2008
Beate Gütschow. somewhere else
30.3. – 11.6.2008
Olav Christopher Jenssen. At times
21.6. – 3.8.2008
Peter Ablinger. Hearing Listening
9.11. – 28.12.2008
Via Lewandowsky. Applaus
2007

Exhibitions


2.3. – 29.4.2007
Thomas Rentmeister. More
12.5. – 31.5.2007
Full House – Haus am Waldsee Furnished by Designers in Berlin.
22.6. – 21.10.2007
Henry Moore. Imaginary Landscapes
2.11.2007 – 13.1.2008
Norbert Bisky. It wasn't me
2006

Exhibitions


19.1. – 26.3.2006
Lisa D. und Swetlana Heger. In der Sprache der Mode
7.4. – 28.5.2006
Melanie Manchot. Moscow girls and other stories
22.6. – 17.9.2006
ANSTOSS BERLIN. Art makes World
28.9. – 26.11.2006
Valérie Favre. The Third Brother Grimm
8.12.2006 – 18.2.2007
Jonathan Monk. Yesterday today tomorrow etc.
2005

Exhibitions


18.4. – 31.7.2005
Wang Fu. Ein Platz an der Sonne. Installation in the park
29.4. – 7.8.2005
Thomas Florschuetz. Blick ins Freie
26.8. – 9.10.2005
Florian Slotawa. Land gewinnen – sculpture
29.10.2005 – 8.1.2006
permanent zeitgenössisch, 12 Atelierpreisträger 1996 - 2005.