Christiane Möbus and Ayelet Albenda, Silva Agostini, Peter Dobroschke, Bertram Hasenauer, Eliana Heredia, Andreas Koch, Azusa Kuno, Alicja Kwade, Marta Leite, Susanne Lorenz, André Marose, Nada Sebestyén, Asli Sungu, Anita Tarnutzer, Britta Thie, Philip Topolovac, Sophie-Therese Trenka-Dalton, Jorinde Voigt, Markus Wirthmann and Anton von Werner
In addition to the 'in situ' events, 401contemporary will host an exhibition in the 'Anton-von-Werner' house, a villa adjacent to the gallery's own spaces in Potsdamer Strasse. Concept, format and title of the exhibition directly refer to the location, the 'Anton-von-Werner-Haus', which was created in the early 1870s for the highly prominent and influential artist Anton von Werner (1843-1915) - first director of the 'Berlin University of the Fine Arts' from 1875 until his death in 1915. An excellent example of the Gründerzeit style, the villa has been classified as a historical monument.
Inspired by the stunning marks of time and history traceable in the Anton von Werner house, guest curator/artist Christiane Möbus will chart her personal history in Berlin, both as an artist as well as a professor at the UdK (University of Arts), through a selection of works by 21 artists who at one point or other during her tenure were part of her class.