Talk: Art, labour & representation—addressing inequality in the arts

Video coming soon

The pandemic has shown us new lifestyles and accelerated upheavals in all areas of society and also in the art world. We have seen what is suddenly possible when external circumstances force us to do so? A return to this ›old normal‹ now seems to be no longer practicable for the majority of people, or at least to be questioned. Now it is up to all of us to answer the question of how we want to shape our future. Why not come up with ›wild‹ visions so that we can even imagine this future more vividly? ›Good To Talk 2021‹: ›Wild Visions‹ tries to bring together as many different people as possible, not only from the classic art world, but from a wide variety of disciplines in order to discuss these and other important questions of our time. Time is running out: It’s Good To Talk!
(Text—Gilles Neiens)

17 SEP, 6—7pm

How do women artists, gallery owners or collection directors experience gender inequality and the underrepresentation of women in the art world? Has anything changed or improved recently?
Time to address these issues again and, even more importantly, to point out solutions and proposals, what is already being done and what still needs to be actively done!

Lidiya Anastasova (Head of collection Artothek of Neuer Berliner Kunstverein)
Julieta Aranda (Artist and editor of e-flux journal)
Tanja Wagner (gallerist)
Moderation: Kate Brown (Europe Editor, Artnet News)


Galerie Tanja Wagner
Pohlstraße 64, 10785 Berlin