Past projects - art place berlin
'art place berlin' is the forum for contemporary art and intercultural projects - from 2009 to 2019 at the Park Inn by Radisson Berlin-Alexanderplatz. 'art place berlin' looks back on 10 years of successful collaboration with artists, curators, and institutions on this place.
All information about the past exhibitions you find here: www.art-place-berlin.com - past projects
Past projects - Art Center Berlin Friedrichstrasse 2005 - 2010
The Art Center Berlin Friedrichstrasse was a forum for art exhibitions in the center of Berlin from 2005 to 2010. Opposite the Frederichstadt-Palast, located at Friedrichstrasse 134, the privately funded institution had available more than 3000 m² of exhibition space. So it was one of the big houses for exhibitions of contemporary art in Berlin. The exhibition concept of the Art Center Berlin was settled in the spectrum gallery to Kunsthalle. From painting, graphic, sculpture, installation, photography, video art, performance up to interactive art, in the exhibitions almost the entire spectrum of the visual arts was represented. The founding CEO of the Art Center Berlin Friedrichstrasse was Thomas Tyllack. As director of the Art Center Berlin Friedrichstrasse he organized the program of more than hundred exhibitions and events.
Here you find information about the past exhibitions at the Art Center Berlin Friedrichstrasse
First Delphic Art Movie Award 2011
The Delphic Art Movie Award was initiated by Thomas Tyllack In 2010. He was the director of the first contest hosted by the International Delphic Council in 2011. Admitted to the contest were digital documentary short films about art and culture with a maximum duration of 10 minutes. 136 films from 42 countries entered the final round of the contest 2011.
The winners of the first Delphic Art Movie Award which were chosen by the jury were announced at the Palais am Funkturm in Berlin on March 13th, 2011.
Here you find one minute extracts of the winning documentaries and some documentary films nominated for the Delphic Art Movie Award 2011