neue Gesellschaft für bildende Kunst (nGbK)

neue Gesellschaft für bildende Kunst (nGbK)

nGbK, 2018. Photo: Nihad Nino Pusija.

Oranienstraße 25
10999 Berlin
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The neue Gesellschaft für bildende Kunst (nGbK), founded with a grass-roots structure in 1969, is today one of Germany’s most significant and largest art societies. The unique structure of the nGbK enables its members to directly influence its thematic orientation: exhibitions, interventions, research projects, event series and publications are developed in interdisciplinary project groups and supervised from the initial idea to the final implementation.

nGbK has a second location in the periphery: station urbaner kulturen in Berlin-Hellersdorf is a discursive exhibition and programme space and a workplace for collaborations between artists and residents. Other formats include art in local public space, open-air exhibitions and events on the nearby green land named Place Internationale.

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