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Exhibitions and Performances

A variety of exhibitions and performance will be held in conjunction with and during the conference. We encourage you to consult this listing before coming to the conference to identify non-conferecne exhibitions to see on September 3-4 or on September 10 when we return to Berlin. We regret that your conference registration does not grant free admission to any of the state museums. This listing is being updated as specific projects are compiled and/or selected for presentation during the conference. Conference delegates will receive a comprehensive guide to museum and gallery exhibitions in Berlin in their conference packet. Additional information for exhibitions in both Berlin and Poznan will be printed in the conference program.




Druckwerkstatt, Kulturwerk of bbk berlins, Mariannenplatz 2, Kreuzberg
A collaborative project by four artists working at the Druckwerkstatt Bethanien. For more information CLICK HERE

NGBK Gallery, Oranienstrasse 25, Kreuzberg
“moving.. on.."
On view is “moving.. on..” (actions on borders and strategies to address racism), is an interdisciplinary project on migration, activism and possible ways to deal with borders.  Organized by seven artists and activists, this exhibition includes art and social action projects addressing issues of borders, border crossings, shifting borders, visualization of and undermining borders. From march to June, prior to the exhibition a series of public lectures and discussions are taking place in Berlin addressing issues of art and politics. A small publication accompanies the exhibition. NGBK (Neue Gesellschaft für Bildene Kunst/New Society for Fine Art) was founded in 1969 during the climax of social upheaval in Berlin. The founders envisioned their institution as an alaternative to hierarchical art institutions with an emphasis on democratic curatorial processes and collaboration. The gallery is located behind a bookstore. For more information, see their web site at:

Käthe Kollwitz Museum, Fasanenstrase 24, Charlottenburg
“Der Krieg begleitet mich bis zum Ende" ("The War accompanies me to the end of my Life")

This retrospective exhibition marks the 60th anniversary of the death of Käthe Kollwitz in 1945. Also on view at the museum is an international exchange portfolio that is a tribute to the life and art of Kåthe Kollwitz. The portfolio was organized by Beth Grabowski of the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.

Universität der Künste Berlin Gallery, Hardenbergstraße 33, Charlottenberg
CLICK HERE to see an installation plan for the gallery. Exhibiting artists with the conference will be responsible for transporting their works to and from the conference. Invited artists will set up their works on Saturday September 3rd beginning at 10:00. Works will be displayed without frames or glass to assist in transport, and will be hung from binder clips in small nails. Exhibiting artists take down works on the morning of Wednesday September 7th, and may store them at Universität der Künste Berlin for later pick-up on the afternoon of Saturday September 10th. Exhibition Coordinator/Contact: Kilian Seyfred

"Students Prints from Universität der Künste Berlin Workshops"
An exhibition in the large north hall gallery of student prints from the etching, relief, lithography and screenprint workshops at Universität der Künste Berlin.

"On the Edge" International Exchange Portfolio
Project organized by Katarzyna Cepek and Emily Wilson
This international exchange portfolio os comprised of twenty-one small prints on the theme of edges.

"We're Not From Here: Emigrés, Aliens and Utopians"
Project organized by Ruthann Godollei
This international exchnage portfolio is based on the point of view of the displaced. Those who may feel that their government doesn't speak for them, or miss their home countries, find themselves elsewhere or wish to construct the idea of a better place could contribute to this portfolio. The theme is open to interpretation, but designed to include concerns about globalization, migration, cultural disruption and creating a sense of place while bridging cultures, among other connections. This portfolio is comprised of works by twelve artists, each of whom made an edition of 18 x 14" prints for mutual exchange.  


Project organized by Mary Robinson
This international exchange portfolio is on the theme of "Emission." The participants were asked to contemplate and respond to the idea that an emission by one person, group or nation affects others. The portfolio will include 20 artists from various countries. Paper size is 11"x15". Website Link:

"Faces from History"
A series of prints by David Ferry
This display presents twenty prints by Ferry that have been computer generated from original photomontage and printed lithographically. The inspiration for the works rests in his constant desire to defile a popular view of England.  This material with its history, and related topography, Ferry finds in coffee table type books from the 1950`, to the present. Generally these publications represent a classic stereotypical perspective of the English scene, a scene untarnished by the world of yob culture, home improvement television, and corporate flip chart seminars. With a gentle wit, and absolutely no regard to historical accuracy Ferry deposits his own dose of medicine on some of the historical characters and places that are associated with the foundations and formation of` this England`.

"Selections from Saalpresse Bergsdoft"
Curated by Angela Schröder, Director of Saalpresse Bergsdorf
A selection of prints from one of Berlin's premiere print workshops. On exhibit will be prints by Holger Herrmann, Matthias Mansen and Angela Schröder.

“Proud Survivors: Through Adversity – The Legacy of African Woman”
Project organized by Beverly Samler and Lisa Van Wyk
This project utilizes printmaking as a tool to produce a powerful, graphic message, commenting on the state of relationships in South Africa as they are at present.  The project includes a hand printing awareness campaign that enables the public to get involved; by giving the project a print of their hand and a signature, the individual is declaring their support to help stamp out abuse in South African society.  "Proud Survivers" is based on woman’s rights, as the organizers see woman as survivors rather than victims.  The exhibition consists of five large panels in the form of a large-scale print/collage on fabric, which encompasses several printmaking techniques.  There are adjoining panels of the same size; comprising mainly of collaged hand prints and signatures collected on field trips into the community. 

A set of prints by Mirta Kupferminc
Mirta Kupferminc is a printmaker that was born and live in Buenos Aires, Argentina. She works in the tradition of metal plate intaglio, in many different techniques. Both her parents were Auschwitz survivors, who moved to Argentina following WWII. “Exiles” is comprised of a series of large etchings.

"Lady Mikado"
An installation and performance organized by Ulrike Stoltz
"Lady Mikado" is an interdisciplinary project. Starting point was a text by Ulrike Stoltz, that turned into an artists book and is also the background of a portfolio of typographical prints. At the same time, the text inspired a Polish video artist, Grzegorz Zgraja, to do a video, that was in turn the the starting point for a piece of improvised music (performing musicians: Ulrike Stoltz, Grzegorz Zgraja, Henryk Roemisch, Ulryk Zgraja).book, prints, video (14 meters) 35 minute perfomance with three others. done form 19:00-19:30 in Tuesday.

Special Portfolio Presentations will also take place at the Universität der Künste Berlin Gallery
Details are listed on the conference schedule section of this website.

Conference delegates are strong encouraged to visit this museum devoted to contemporary art.

(3+4) Hamburger Bahnhof - Museum for Contemporary Art
Contemporary art - works from artists like Kiefer, Merz, Beuys, Warhol, Lichtenstein, Twombly
"Prizewinners of the National Galleries Young Art Competition" (September 3 - October 16, 2005)
"Bernd and Hilla Becher - Typology of Industrial Buildings", Photographs. (exhibition starts August 28)  
Invalidenstraße 50/51
Opening Hours: Tuesday - Friday 10:00 - 18:00, Saturday 11:00 - 20:00, Sunday 11:00 - 18:00 
Public transport: U-Bahn U6 (Zinnowitzer Straße), S-Bahn S5, S7, S75, S9 (Hauptbahnhof Lehrter Bahnhof)
Web Link:

Close to the Potsdamer Platz lies the Kulturforum, an ensemble of several museums. It houses the Gemäldergalerie (Picture Gallery), the Kupferstichkabinett (Museum of Prints and Drawings), the Kunstbibliothek (Art Library) and the Kunstgewerbemuseum (Museum of Decorative Arts). The Neue Nationalgalerie (New National Gallery) designed by Mies van der Rohe is located nearby. Web Link:
Gemäldergalerie (Picture Gallery)
Collection of European Painting
The Picture Gallery (Gemäldegalerie) houses an excellent collection of European paintings from the 13th to the 18th century with works from Dürer, van Eyck, Breugel, Rembrandt, Rubens, Vermeer, Tizian, Botticelli and others.
Opening Hours: Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday 10:00 - 18:00, Thursday 10:00 - 22:00
Public transport: U-Bahn U2 (Potsdamer Platz), S-Bahn S1, S2, S25, S26 (Potsdamer Platz), Bus M29 (Potsdammer Brücke)
Web Link:

Kupferstichkabinett – Museum of Prints and Drawings

The Kupferstichkabinett (Museum of Prints and Drawings) possesses one of the worlds finest collections of prints and drawings with works from artists like Botticelli, Goya and Rubens to Giacometti, Picasso and Beuys.
"Splendor Solis: Hand Writings from the 16th century" (on view through September 11)
Note: We have arranged a special preview with exhibition curator Dr. Andreas Schalhorn, Curator of Prints at Kupferstichkabinett of works in "'Wittgenstein in NewYork': City, Space and Architecture in Contemporary Works on Paper" on Monday September 5th from 16:00-18:00. See the conferecne schedule for more information.
Study Room Hours: Monday - Friday 9:00 - 16:00
To arrange for Study Room access, contact: Phone: 030/266-2002 or Email:
Public transport: U-Bahn U2 (Potsdamer Platz) S-Bahn S1, S2, S25, S26 (Potsdamer Platz), Bus M29 (Potsdammer Brücke)
Web Link:

Kunstbibliothek - Art Library

The Art Library houses approximately 400,000 volumes about art history. 
"New looking in Berlin - Photographs from the 20's"
Note: Professor Evers, Director of the Kunstbibliothek will present "Duchamp, Fluxus and Ephemera" which will include a special display will be Marcel Duchamp's "Boite verte" or "Green Box" and various examples of Fluxus publications on Monday September 5 from 16:00-18:00. See the conferecne schedule for more information.
Library Hours: Tuesday - Friday 10:00 - 18:00, Saturday / Sunday 11:00 - 18:00 
Exhibition Hours: Tuesday - Friday 10:00 - 18:00, Saturday / Sunday 11:00 - 18:00 
Reading room: Monday - Friday 9:00 - 20:00
Study room: Monday 14:00 - 20:00, Tuesday - Friday 9:00 - 16:00
Public transport: U-Bahn U2 (Potsdamer Platz) S-Bahn S1, S2, S25, S26 (Potsdamer Platz), Bus M29 (Potsdammer Brücke)
Web Link:
Neue Nationalgalerie - New National Gallery
European painting and sculpture from the 20th century, including works by Kirchner, Munch, Klee, Feininger, Beckmann, Grosz and Picasso. In 1968 the New National Gallery, designed by Mies van der Rohe, was the first museum to be opened in the future Kulturforum Potsdamer Platz.
Note: We regret that the gallery will be closed during the conference.  
Web Link:

Berlins famous Museumsinsel (Museum Island) lies between the river Spree and the Kupfergraben. The buildings on the island house collections of art and archaeology of the 19th century including the Altes Museum (Collection of Classical Antiquities - built in 1830 according to plans by Karl Friedrich Schinkel), the Neues Museum (under restauration), the Alte Nationalgalerie (Old National Gallery), the Bode Museum (Sculpture Collection and Museum of Byzantinic Art, Numismatic Collection) and the Pergamon Museum (Collection of Classical Antiquities, Museum of the Ancient Near East, Museum for Islamic Art).
Web Link;

(3+4) Old National Gallery
Collection of 19th century sculptures and paintings including works from artists from the Nazarener-group - Impressionists like Manet, Monet, Renoir and Degas - painters from the German romanticism like Caspar David Friedrich and Schinkel - Menzel, Liebermann, Thome, Leibl and others.
"Goya - Prophet of Modern Art" Paintings and prints from the Prado and other collection in Spain
(July 13 - October 3, 2005)

Opening Hours: Tuesday - Sunday 10:00 - 18:00, Thursday 10:00 - 22:00 
Public transport: U-Bahn U6 (Friedrichstraße), S-Bahn S1, S2, S25 (Friedrichstraße); S5, S7, S75, S9 (Hackescher Markt)
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The district of Dahlem houses collections of extra-European art and culture - the Ethnologisches Museum (Ethnological Museum), the Museum für Indische Kunst (Museum of Indian Art), the Museum für Ostasiatische Kunst (Museum of East Asian Art) and the Museum Europäischer Kulturen (Museum of European Cultures).

(3+4) Museum für Ostasiatische Kunst
- Museum of East Asian Art
"Japanese Prints from the 20th century" (June 9- December 2005)
Lansstraße 8
Opening Hours: Tuesday -Friday 10:00 -18:00 Saturday/Sunday 11:00 - 18:00 
Public transport: U-Bhf. Dahlem Dorf, Bus X11, X83, 110, 183
Web Link:

Museum Berggruen
The collection of Heinz Berggruen displays modern art, including works from Picasso, Klee, Braque, Giacometti and Matisse, and a small collection of African art.
Schlossstraße 1
Opening hours: Tuesday - Sunday 10:00 - 18:00 
Public transport: S-Bhf. Westend, U-Bhf. Richard-Wagner-Platz
Web Link:

Museum of Photography
Various Photography Exhibitions and Archives.
Since June 2004, the Museum für Fotografie (Museum of Photography) is part of the Kunstbibliothek (Art Library), situated under the same roof as the Helmut Newton Foundation at Jebensstraße 2. The aim is to bring together the many different aspects of the photography found in the Staatliche Museen zu Berlin (National Museums in Berlin) in one single exhibition, research and documentation center. In addition to exhibition galleries and archives, there is a study and reading room with a reference library, a restoration workshop and a education section.
Jebensstraße 2 (across from Bahnhof Zoologischer Garten)
Opening hours: Tuesday - Sunday 10:00 - 18:00, Thursday 10:00 - 22:00 
Public transport: S- and U-Bahn station: Zoologischer Garten
Web Link:

Galerie Barthel + Tetzner
An exhibition of Prints (lithography, alugraphy, intaglio) and drawings by Carlfriedrich Claus

Fasanenstraße 15, 10623 Berlin, Telephone: 030 - 88683306
Gallery hours: Tuesday - Friday 14:00 - 19:00, Saturday 11:00 - 15:00
Public Transportation: S-Bahn, U-Bahn or Bus to Bahnhof Zoo, 8 Minute walk 

Kunsthandel Wolfgang Werner KG
"Works from the Berlin years 1908-1914"
Seldom seen prints, drawings and paintings by Ernst Ludwig Kirchner and Max Pechstein
Fasanenstraße 72 10719 Berlin, Telephone: 030 - 882 76 16, Fax: 030 - 881 53 87,
Gallery hours: Mo - Fr 10:00 - 18.30, Sat 10:00 - 14:00 and by appointment
Public Transportation: U-Bahn Uhlandstr. U15 or Kurfürstendamm U9

Galerie Horst Dietrich
"Alexandra Huber - Paintings, Drawings, Woodblock Prints"
Introduction of the artist book "Alexandra Huber - The small world in 15x15"

Giesebrechtstraße 19, 10629 Berlin, Telephone: 030 - 3245345
Gallery hours: Tuesday - Friday  14:00  - 19:00, Saturday 10:00 - 14:00 and by appointment
Public Transportation: S-Bahn Charlottenburg, U-Bahn Adenauer Platz


Gallery Charlier
"Prints by Several Artists" including Theo Balden, Wieland Förster, Hans Grundig, Charlotte E. Pauly, Georg Karl Pfahler, Peter Rensch and Hans Ticha (August 28-September 28, 2005)
This exhibition includes prints from different techniques and time periods. Some rare works include a drypoint from 1936 from the Dresden artist Hans Grundig (1901-1958), an aquatint from the Berlin artist Charlotte E. Pauly (1886-1981), color screens prints by Georg Karl Pfahler (1925-2003).
Kyffhäuserstraße 11, 10781 Berlin
Telephone: (030) 330 26 400
Opening hours: Tuesday - Sunday from 12:00-18:00 / Monday for appointment
Public transport: U 7, U-Bahnhof Eisenacher Straße (+ 3 min walk); U 1 / U 2, U-Bahnhof Nullendorfplatz (+ 10 min walk)


Galerie Berlin
"Walter Libuda - Malerei, Skulptur, Zeichnung"  (in the drawing cabinet)
Auguststraße 19, 10117 Berlin, Telephone: 030 - 2514420
Gallery hours: Tues - Friday  13:00 - 19:00, Saturday 13:00 - 18:00, call in advance for appointments on Mondays.
Public Transportation: S-Bahn Oranienburger Straße, U-Bahn Oranienburger Tor
The gallery has an extensive collection of prints from the DDR in their drawers, and show them if you ask.
Sophienstr. 24, Telephone: +49-30-28 28 233
Gallery hours: Tuesday - Saturday 12:00 - 18:00
Public Transportation: U-Bahn Station Weinmeisterstraße, S-Bahn Station: Hackeschen Markt

KW Kunstwerke Berlin (Institute of Contemporary Art)
"The Imaginary Number" Edgar Arceneaux, Trisha Donnelly, Jimmie Durham, Omer Fast, Rodney Graham, David Maljkovic, Simon Dybbroe Møller, Valérie Mréjen, Klaus Weber (June 5 – September 11, 2005)
This exhibitionis a collection of nine single projects and new groupings of works, including drawings, installations, sculptures and video and film installations.
Augustraße 69, Telephone: +49-30-24-34-590
Gallery Hours: Tuesday - Sunday 12:00-19:00
Public Transportation: S-Bahn Oranienburger Straße, U-Bahn Oranienburger Tor

IFA-Galerie Berlin: Institut für Auslandsbeziehungen
"Arabic Worlds - Worlds of Fashion" (12 August - 9 October, 2005)
An exibition presenting fashion-designers in the arabic world, mostly photographs.
Linienstraße 139/140, Berlin, Telephone: +49 30 22679616
Gallery Hours: Tuesday-Thurday, Sunday 14:00-19:00, Friday-Saturday 14:00-21:00.
Public Transportation: S-Bahn Oranienburger Straße, U-Bahn Oranienburger Tor

(3+4)Atelier & Galerie oko
"Takashi OHNO: Modern Japanese Woodcuts"
An exhibition of some earlier works of the well-known Japanese wood-cut artist Ohno, that strongly recall the art of Yasunori Taninaka. At the same time many of Ohno´s current works will be shown, with his cat figures that are very much loved in Japan.
Schröderstr. 12/I, Berlin-Mitte,
Phone number: +49-(0)163-289 179 2
Gallery Hours: Sunday 14:00-19:00, Monday 11:00–19:00, Tuesday 11:00–23:00,
Wednesday 9:00-14:00, Saturday 14:00-21:00 Public Transportation: S-Bahn Oranienburger Straße, S-Bahn Nordbahnhof, U-Bahn Rosenthalerplatz (U8)


Universität der Künste Berlin, Academy of Fine Art, Poznan and on the train from Berlin to Poznan
"Cultural Transport/Moving Targets"

An international exchange portfolio by John Hitchcock and Keith Christensen 
This print portfolio (10 x 8 inches) will be presented on September 7, 2005 on the train from Berlin to Poznan. The project addresses issues of public transportation, crossing borders, and national identity. Paulo Friere wrote that people have to first identify their oppressors and then act accordingly in order to achieve liberation. Hitchcock and Christensen extend this by calling for international artists to react to the obstacles of our shared international societies and make prints accordingly. They encourage artists to express alternative and transgressive views within the possibilities of this framework.
All conference delegates are invited to participate in this project.

Universität der Künste Berlin and the Muzeum Narodowe w Poznaniu (National Museum in Poznan)
"Bookmarks III: Infiltrating Kontakt, 2005"
Project by Sarah Bodman
An international bookmark exchange project that invites conference delegates to make and trade bookmarks. On display in the Underground Hall. Sarah Bodman is from the University of West England. All conference delegates are invited to participate in this project.
All conference delegates are invited to participate in this project.

Performance Project Throughout the Conference (various locations)
“For Rites of Exchange”
Project by
The ethos of rites of exchange is simple - to generate work that will either affect, maintain or improve our surroundings by means of sleight artistic intervention. Working with this principle, Savage will travel to Berlin, Poznan, and along the distance between, armed with a book of 1,000 specifically designed printed receipts. It is the intention to directly exchange receipts with people at the conference in Berlin and later in Poznan. On arrival at the conference and dressed in suiting befitting a purveyor of receipts, I will seek to exchange each receipt for whatever I am offered by delegates, speakers and the public.  Each item I may be offered, whether it be physical, verbal, ephemeral or intangible will be documented and catalogued. The person who gave the item in question will be given a catalogued and individually numbered printed receipt with a detailed record of their transaction.

Project Throughout the Conference at Various Locations
“IMPACT 4 Offset Poster Project: KONTAKT”
A select number of artists associated with the IMPACT 4 International Printmaking Conference have been invited to produce black/white offset posters on the theme of “Kontakt” using the offset press at the Academy of Fine Art in Poznan, Poland. Fifty of the posters from each edition will be posted in Berlin and Poznan during the conference. Participating artists include Miroslaw Adamczyk, Keith Christensen, David Ferry, Diane Fox, John Hitchcock, Anita Jung, Eugenuisz Skorwider, Beauvais Lyons, Barbara Madsen, USA Grzegorz Nowicki, and Dr. Paul Thirkell.

Receptions for these exhibitions are listed on the conference schedule.

Zamek Center of Culture
Swiety Marcin 80-82

"Transgressions 2005"
The exhibition “Transgressions 2005” depicts the process of changes in Polish printmaking as a result of the postmodernist tendencies followed by the  thrust of new media and photography. The presentation will be added with multimedia screen projection and the inscriptions in format of short artists' comments and a few acknowledged arts critics. This exhibition was curated by Teresa Soliman from the International Print Triennial Society Cracow.

"Miroslaw Pawlowski - Prints from the Camouflage Cycle " (in the Profil Gallery)
This exhibition will feature screenprints and digital prints by the Dean of Graphics from the Academy of Fine Arts in Poznan. See website:

"Community Arts Action in Collaboration with Students in Poznan, Poland"
A collaborative project by Hugh Merrill and students from the Academy of Fine Arts in Poznan
Presented on the front steps of the Zamek Center of Culture, this public installation is a community arts action concerning the negative and positive attributes of belief in relation to the history of conflict between Germany, Poland, Russia, England and France.

"Prints from Druckwerkstatt, Kulturwerk of bbk berlins"
This exhibition presents over twenty prints by international artists who have worked in the printmaking studios of the Druckwerkstatt, Kulturwerk of bbk berlins. The exhibition was selected by Valeska Zabel.

Muzeum Narodowe w Poznaniu (National Museum in Poznan)
Al. Marcinkowskiego 9
CLICK HERE to see the locations of activities within the museum.

"Old Graphics from the Collection of the Muzeum Narodowe w Poznaniu"

Curated by Danuta Rosciszewska.
The show will comprise ca 140 prints by 40 artists of the 16th – 17th centuries, the masterpieces from the print collection at the Muzeum Narodowe w Poznaniu. Among the three graphic schools (German, Italian and Dutch) one can find such names as Dürer, Lucas van Leyden and Goltzius.

"Beyond the Group, Beyond the Manifesto"

Curated by Agnieszka Salamon and Michal Haake.
Polish prints of 1918 – 1939 with some examples form outside this time framework. It is an attempt to look at the phenomenon across the schematic approaches to the history of art that perceive the art of the time through the prism of groups and manifestos.

"Polish Poster – Individualities of Three Generations
Curated byZdzislaw Szubert
This exhibition presents the complexity and variety of the Polish poster over three generations. Included will be works by Waldemar Swierzy, Henryk Tomaszewski, Jan Mlodozeniec and the younger ones, like Miroslaw Adamczyk and Sebastian Kunica.

"Kontakt: Hand in Hand
Project by Patrycia Olynyk
A presentation of an exchange portfolio of twenty prints by twenty artists from different countries will be shown in the Underground Hall, the main session room for the conference. The project was inspired by the general theme of interconnectedness, fundamental for this year’s conference: IMPACT 4 – KONTAKT: Poznañ-Berlin 2005. Patricia Olynyk is an Assistant Professor from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, USA.

"Flying Carpet: Women United in One Work" (A Border Crossing Project)
Project organized Barbara Bandi, Susanne Glauser and Carla Neis
"Flying Carpet" is a print/quilt of works by 165 professional women of different artistic and creative disciplines, different cultures and 26 different countries who have have come together, in a symbolic way, creating a carpet in the form of a limited edition of 30 prints measuring 30cm x 30cm (11.7in. X 11.7in.).

"Bookmarks Project"
Project by Sarah Bodman
An international bookmark exchange project that invites conference delegates to make and trade bookmarks. On display in the Underground Hall. Sarah Bodman is from the University of West England.

"The Hidden Dimension of Printing"
Project by Xenophon Sachinis
This installation of prints that resemble leaves will greet delegates on the entrance steps of the museum.

Special Portfolio Presentations will also take place at the Muzeum Narodowe w Poznaniu
Details are listed on the conference schedule.

Akademia Sztuk Pieknych W Poznaniu (Academy of Fine Arts Poznan)
Al. Marcinkowskiego 29

"Don't Look Back"
A large scale (12 x 22 meters) woodcut banner by Thomas Kilpper
presented on the exterior of ASP Building A

"Various Student Exhibitions"
Student screenprints, lithographs, etchings, relief prints, offset prints, poster designs, and other works will be on display throughout the main academy building.

"Cultural Transport / Moving Targets Project"
A print exhibition of invited international artists organized by John Hitchcock and Keith Christensen.

Stary Browar Gallery
Slodownia Street, top level of the Stary Browar (Old Brewery) Mall (Gallery located at the top of a new urban shopping mall. A ten-minute walk from Stary Rynek. See map provided in conference packet)

"Polish National Biennial of Student Graphics"
This is the fourth edition of a national competition of student prints in Poland. One view will be a selection of prints from this most recent edition of the competition. See award winners:

"Faculty from ASP Poznan" curated by Mirek Pawlowski
This exhibition presents prints by faculty from the Fine Arts Academy in Poznan. See web site:

ON Gallery
located behind the Zamek Cultural Center
Katherine Bull's "Data Capture in the Field,” a series of prints, drawings, and video (a 3 hour performance during the conference Friday September 9th from 13:50-16:00)

Galeria Garbary 48 (Poznan Society of Promotion of Art: PSPS)
ul Garbary 48

"Prints by Anna Sobol-Wejman and Stanislaw Wejman"


Galeria Ego
Wroclawska 19
Izabela Gustowska "Life is a story"

Arsenal Gallery
Stary Rynek 3

"Jacek Rybczyñski: Prints, Objects"

Wieslaw Smuzny "21st Century Figuration"
This exhibition and performance will consist of a body print workshop and presention.