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Tempel auf Zeit

EXHIBITION OPENING: 16th February 2020, 4 p.m.

Dear friends,

The new Thesaurós Room in Berlin will open its doors with the exhibition Tempel auf Zeit (temporary temple / temple on time) on Sunday 16th February at four o'clock. Come in large numbers and bring friends!

Tempel auf Zeit is the beginning of a series of about ten episodes of art exhibitions that are complemented by essayistic, poetizing and commenting means. This temple is concerned with the interplay of myth and poetry.

Exhibition period: 17th Februar - 29th March 2020

Opening times: Tuesday & Saturday 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm.


GABRIEL, photographed by Stefan Hähnel

Thesaurós | Gabriel (Gabriel)

Gabriel is a libertine, dancer and jester. He was born in Holland in the late 1960s. After an injury ruined his career as a dancer, he dedicated himself to following the traces of his own person. He abandoned his alter ego and became an artist to whom, it must be said, the prophetic proclamation is not alien...

Join him on one of the most extraordinary journeys of the early 21st century.


Exhibition Cycle | Elie's Miniatures

In the summer of 2018, Elshan Ghasimi, Michal Martychowiec and JMH Schindele set off in the footsteps of the mathematician, biochemist, magician and poet El Arbi Bouqdib.

Now the archival-archaeological-artistic work has brought the first treasures to light. Elies Miniatures. As album, concert and exhibition cycle, Elies Miniatures is an ongoing narrative as well as a novel form of merging music, concert, visual art, exhibition and biographical narration.


Bublitz & Thesaurós

Bublitz is an artist and curator initiative founded in 2011. It works at the interface between art and cultural history and is a combination of cultural production site, artist group, curator's office, gallery, music publisher, and concert organiser.

The three core elements of Bublitz are thematic exhibition cycles, the work of the artist group Thesaurós, and the exhibition space Thesaurós. Uhlandstrasse* in Berlin.


Exhibition Cycle | Mnemosyne

Mnemosyne. In Search of the European Identity is a long term, pan-European and civic project. It offers a new way to consider exhibitions, memory policy and culture at a time of the greatest threats since the Second World War.

Mnemosyne derives its name from the Greek goddess of memory, mother of the nine muses. The word memory also stems from her name.


A statement about the Mnemosyne project

"In Europe, history and a vision of the future are very closely linked. Europe‘s promise revolves around two decisive transformations:

1. From war to peace – from European history we learn that erstwhile mortal enemies become peacefully coexisting and closely cooperating neighbours.
2. From coercion to freedom – from European history we learn that dictatorships can become democracies.

In order to safeguard these values, the EU‘s indifferent phase must be followed by a phase of revival, emotion, renewal and engagement. The project Mnemosyne. In Search of the European Identity is heading in precisely this direction. We therefore support it wholeheartedly."

Prof. Dr. Aleida Assmann & Prof. Dr. Em. Jan Assmann

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