Berlinische Galerie - Museum für moderne und zeitgenössische Kunst in Berlin

Berlinische Galerie, Foto: © Noshe

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Out and About. Queere Sichtbarkeiten in der Sammlung der Berlinischen Galerie
  • Out and About. Queere Sichtbarkeiten in der Sammlung der Berlinischen Galerie

  • Many objects in the collection of the Berlinische Galerie have direct or indirect connections to queer subject matter: because the artists are or were members of the community, or because their art navigates issues of gender identity and sexual orientation. For example, works by Nan Goldin (b. 1953), Hannah Höch (1889–1978) and Herbert Tobias (1924–1982) represent perspectives of the LGBTQI* (lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, queer and inter*) communities that are too often overlooked.

    The online project Out and About, initiated by trainees of the Berlinische Galerie, investigates the queer legibilities of photographs, paintings, works on paper and pieces of video art. Giving voice to a diversity of perspectives, outside authors were invited to respond to selected objects. Their contributions enrich and supplement the texts by the team of trainees, who are predominantly white and heterosexual. The project considers the artists’ relationships to their artworks as well as social and historical references to queer lived realities. The title Out and About is in part a literal invocation of the idiom – the act of openly inhabiting the public sphere – often after an extended period of not being able to do so. It also alludes to “coming out of the closet”, a phrase many LGBTQI* individuals use for moments when they have claimed their queer identities both for themselves and in front of others.

    In addition to presenting the works on the website and in the online collection, the gallery will be organising a varied programme of associated events, including a film day curated in cooperation with the Xposed Queer Film Festival Berlin.

    With Out and About, the trainees hope to raise the visibility of alternative walks of life within heteronormative social structures – in the 1920s, the Nazi era, Germany’s postwar period and the present day. By doing so, they are advocating for greater queer visibilities within the collection of the Berlinische Galerie.


Results:  16

Dixie Marine
  • 1995
  • Kreide über Fineliner, Digitaldruck auf gelbem Papier
  • 52,2 x 42,3 cm (Blattmaß)
Siobhan in my mirror, Berlin 1992
  • Cibachrome
  • 72 x 104 x 4 cm (Rahmenmaß)
  • 2010
  • 1 Kanal Video
Figure at the Wall
  • 1987
  • Aquarell und Kreide auf Zeichenkarton
  • 72x54 cm (Blattmaß)
Untitled (Rolf von Bergmann and Salomé)
  • 1977
  • Silbergelatinepapier, PE
  • 30,2 x 21,3 cm (Bildmaß)
Selbst als Gustaf Gründgens
  • 1974
  • Öl auf Leinwand
  • 100 x 95 cm (Bildmaß)
Armpit Hair
  • 1971
  • Kaltnadelradierung auf Kupferdruckkarton
  • 29,3 x 29,5 cm (Plattenmaß)
The boy from East-Berlin,1957
  • um 1957
  • Silbergelatinepapier
  • 30,2 x 23,9 cm (Bildmaß)
Der Junge im "Hotel Metro", Berlin 1954
  • 1954
  • Silbergelatinepapier
  • 25,5 x 25,5 cm (Bildmaß)
Ohne Titel (Selbstporträt)
  • 1952
  • Silbergelatinepapier
  • 30,9 x 24 cm (Bildmaß)
toi et moi, Paris 1952
  • 1952
  • Silbergelatinepapier
  • 34,5 x 34,6 cm (Bildmaß)
Parade of the Zeros
  • 1933 - 1935
  • Kohle auf Guarro-Bütten
  • 47 x 63,3 cm (Blattmaß)