Exhibition places and exhibition dates
11th June to 8th September 2019
Gedenkstätte Bautzener Straße
Bautzner Str. 112A, 01099 Dresden
daily from 10 am to 6 pm
Tram 11 Angelikastraße
12th Junie to 1st September 2019
Königsbrücker Str. 84, 01099 Dresden
Mo - Fri from 8 am to 4 pm
Tram 7, 8 Tannenstraße
13th June to 1st September 2019
Ausländerrat Dresden e.V.
Heinrich-Zille-Straße 6, 01219 Dresden
Mi - So from 10 am to 6 pm
Tram 9, 13 Wasaplatz
28th June to 18th August 2019
Alte Feuerwache Loschwitz | e. Kunst- und Kulturverein
Fidelio-F.-Finke-Straße 4, 01326 Dresden
Mon, Wed, Thurs 10am-4pm / Tue 10am-6am / Sun 2pm-6pm
Bus 61,63,84, 309 Körnerplatz
03. Juli bis 01. September 2019
Historische Tabakfabrik f6 Striesen
Schandauer Str. 66-68, 01277 Dresden
Mo - Fr from 10 am to 7 pm, Sa/So from 11am to 8pm
Tram M10 Gottleubaer Straße
Postplatz 1, 01067 Dresden
Mo - Fr from 8am to 6 pm
Tram 1, 2, 4, 11, 12 Postplatz
OSTRALE - Zentrum für zeitgenössische Kunst
Zur Messe 9, ehem. Futterställe, 01067 Dresden
Mo - Fr from 10am to 7 pm, Sa/So from 11am to 8 pm
Tram M10 Messe
Opening 11th June 2019 6 p.m.
Gedenkstätte Bautzner Straße Dresden
11 June to 08 September 2019
daily 10 - 18 o'clock
Bautzner Street 112a, 01099 Dresden, Germany
Tel. 0351 646 54 54 ∙ www.bautzner-strasse-dresden.de/
Tram 11; Bus 74, 261, 305 Angelikastraße
10 Eur reduced price / 15 Eur combined ticket OSTRALE
3 Eur reduced price / 6 Eur single ticket
In a tour through the only original preserved Stasi prison in Saxony it can be reconstructed how the state repressive apparatus tried to eliminate its political opponents. The exhibition and impressive recordings in the former office of the Dresden Stasi chief show the everyday life of the security service. This density of historical spaces, combined with interactive exhibitions and eyewitness accounts, is unique in Germany.
The intervention of the OSTRALE Biennale O19 in the Bautzner Strasse memorial extends across the foyer, the Sowietische Haftkeller, the Stasi remand prison, the lounge for female prisoners and the Stasi festival hall. 15 artistic positions by contemporary international artists stand in opposition to the historical reference of the place and complement this year's theme "ismus" to grasp the current significance of the perception of the past in the future.
Artists: Rolf Blume (DE), Gilbert Brohl (DE), Eisengraf (DE), Csaba Fürjesi (HU, AT), Urban Grünfelder (IT, AT), Jürgen Höritzsch (DE), Di Hu (CN), Musquiqui Chihying (TW) & Gregor Kasper (DE), Tobias Köbsch (DE), Lena Lapschina (AT), Alex Lebus (DE), Dorota Nieznalska (PL), Pierre Portelli (MT), Adnan Softic (MK, DE)
Opening 12th June 2019 18h / Symposium 17 June 15-17h
12 June to 01 September 2019
Mon to Fri 8 - 16 o'clock
Königsbrücker Str. 84, 01099 Dresden, Germany
49 351 80011-0 ∙ www.goethe.de
Tram 7, 8 Tannenstrasse/ Goethe-Institut
Within the framework of the OSTRALE Biennale O19, our cooperation with the Goethe Institut Dresden concentrates on the project "WomanIsm" funded by the TURN Fund of the German Federal Cultural Foundation. German female artists are brought into discourse with African female artists on the topic of promoting and strengthening the rights of women in art. WomanIsm focuses on art as a means of communication, as provocation, as mediation, as a translation of and for social tensions and processes.
The OSTRALE programme at the Goethe-Institut Dresden focuses on works on the theme of WomanIsm and juxtapositions of positions of international artists who deal with the focus on Africa and the prevailing problems of globalisation there, such as migration, human rights or the environment.
Artists: Patrick Fenech (MT), go plastic (DE), Frenzy Höhne (DE), Immy Mali (UG,NL), Usha Seejarim (ZA), Andre Wagner (DE)
Opening 13th June 2019 6 p.m.
Ausländerrat Dresden e.V.
13 June to 01 September 2019
Wed until Sun 10 - 18 o'clock
Heinrich-Zille-Strasse 6, 01219 Dresden, Germany
Tel. 03 51/436 37-0 ∙ www.auslaenderrat.de
Tram 13, 9; Bus 61, 75, 85 Wasaplatz
The Ausländerrat Dresden e.V., founded in 1990, represents the interests of people with migration and flight experience in Dresden. The aim of its work is to promote their cultural, social and political integration and to strengthen their self-representation. The International Meeting Centre (IBZ) is the headquarters of the management and houses a counselling centre for people with migration and flight experience and rooms for children, youth, family and educational work.
On the ground floor of the IBZ there are exhibition rooms which the OSTRALE Biennale O19 presents discursively for juxtapositions of European and African artists on the themes of migration and WomanIsm. At a place of intercultural dialogue, it shows works and raises questions that arise from the visitors and users of the house.
Artists: Sonia E Barrett (JM, DE, GB), Katerina Belkina (RU, DE), Rehema Chachage (TZ), Annika Grabold (DE), Nancy Mteki (ZW, DE), Anastasia Obaregbe (DE), Iwona Rozbiewska (PL), Usha Seejarim (ZA), Enriqué Tabone (MT), Ad van Aart (NL)
Opening 03 July 2019
Alte Feuerwache Loschwitz e. Kunst- und Kulturverein
Performance at the Elbhangfest Daniel Chluba (DE)
03 July - 18 August 2019
Mo, We, Thurs 10-16 o'clock / Tue 10 - 18 o'clock / Sun 14 - 18 o'clock
Exhibition Yuval Avital (IL, IT), Natalie Bertrams (DE, BE), Achim Riethmann (DE)
Fidelio-F.-Finke-Straße 4, 01326 Dresden, Germany
49 (0) 351/267 86 26 ∙ www.feuerwache-loschwitz.de
Bus 61, 63, 84, 309 Körnerplatz
An artistic cast could be called what happened in the spring of 1991 in the Loschwitz district of Dresden. On the initiative of Gudrun Oltmanns, several artists and graduates of the Kunsthochschule came together to occupy the building of the former fire brigade and pursue the goal of realizing various art forms and cultural projects. To this day, the Alte Feuerwache has developed into a popular contact point for professional and amateur artists, children and district residents.
As a decentralized exhibition space of the OSTRALE Biennale O19, the works shown are not only connected with the beautiful, natural surroundings of the Alte Feuerwache, but also with its original function as an institution for disaster prevention. They question the relationship between man and nature, the disasters we can inflict on our environment and our fellow human beings, and our attempts to take action against self-inflicted accidents.
Opening 03 July 2019
03 July to 01 September 2019
Mon to Fri 8 - 18 o'clock
Postplatz 1, 01067 Dresden
www.art.DD@sap.com ∙ www.facebook.com/ArtSAPDD
Tram 1, 2, 4, 11, 12; Bus 94 Postplatz
Since the beginning of the nineties, art exhibitions have been held at SAP's headquarters in Walldorf, which have been enthusiastically received. In the summer of 2012, the first SAP art exhibition was opened in Dresden and made accessible to the interested public. The good response within SAP and the public interested in art beyond the borders of the city of Dresden encouraged the founders to continue their commitment in the name of art and the promotion of art.
art'SAP Dresden combines unique and generous architecture with contemporary art and presents in the framework of the OSTRALE Biennale O19 a solo exhibition of the Belgian artist Mark Swysen, which touches on our most urgent fears, dreams and questions such as evolution, artificial intelligence and their possible effects on our human civilization.
Artist: Mark Swysen (BE)
The artistic Concept was realized by the Curators Syowia Kyambi (Kenia), Drorit Gur Arie (Israel), Toni Sant (Malta/England), Yik Chow (Hongkong) and Antka Hofmann (Germany) together with the Artistic Director of the OSTRALE Andrea Hilger (Germany).