© Stefan Hähnel

© Stefan Hähnel

Bublitz. Thesaurós. Uhlandstraße.

The exhibition space Thesaurós at Uhlandstraße 147 in Berlin is the junction between the work of the artist group Thesaurós and the narrative interest of the art historian JMH Schindele.

In the semi-public space, visitors are invited to view and engage with art and cultural history exhibitions. These exhibitions are accompanied by conversations with scholars and researchers, literary and lyrical antics, and other events that promote sociability and serendipity.

Within the Thesaurós Space Bublitz tells coherent and evolving stories that emanate from the work of the Thesaurós group in dialogue with cultural-historical objects and works by other artists. Their focal point of interest is the examination of history and the presence of different mythopoetic artistic processes.

The premises of Thesaurós. Uhlandstraße. are architecturally connected to the Chinese tea house Jian. The conversation program is designed in dialogue with the philosopher Reinhard Knodt.



Uhlandstraße 147
10719 Berlin

T. +49 30 83031251

You can reach us by phone from Monday to Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.



Opening times: Tuesday & Saturday 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm.
Personal viewings and group visits for up to five people by appointment.
Admission & guided tour free of charge.

μυθοποίηση – mythopoesis

Josephine, entering the maze
The Mythology of Michal Martychowiec

Duration: 24 October - 12 December 2020
Opening 24 October, from 6 p.m.

curated by Julian M. H. Schindele

Josephine, entering the maze is another chapter in the exploration of the symbolic sign cosmos by British artist Michal Martychowiec. As a hermetic cosmogonist, he erects a shrine and a sanctuary for Josephine in this exhibition. Josephine is a figure of light in the form of a rabbit and has been the leading actress in Martychowiecs' work since 2015.

Josephine, entering the maze is the fourth part of the current exhibition cycle μυθοποίηση - Mythopoesis. The cycle is interested in the actualisation, i.e. repoetisation and recreation of archetypal-classical narratives, as well as the relationship between memory culture and identity.

μυθοποίηση – mythopoesis

Nachricht vom letzten Menschen
The Mythology of Michal Martychowiec

Runtime: 30th August – 11th Oktober 2020
Opening 29th August, 6 PM

curated by Julian M. H. Schindele

Nachricht vom letzten Menschen [Message from the Last Man] is an exploration of the symbolic sign cosmos and the new mythology of Michal Martychowiec. The two main protagonists of this exhibition, which can also be understood as a parable, are the figure of the incredulous St. Thomas and the figure of the "panda". The latter can be understood as the "last man", how he was prominently described, e.g. by Max Weber or Friedrich Nietzsche.

The exhibition is also the third part of the cycle "μυθοποίηση - mythopoesis," curated by Julian M. H. Schindele. It is interested in forms taken by actualization, variation, the invention of myths, and archetypal narratives today as well as their poetological analysis.

Marianische Antiphonen I

„Unter deinen Schutz und Schirm fliehen wir“

Dear visitor,
after a three-month corona break we are especially pleased to welcome you to our first solo exhibition at the Bublitz. Thesaurós. Uhlandstraße. We accompany Gabriel - the Godseeker, pilgrim, artist, activist, human being and friend - on a n important station and performance of his pilgrimage: To the Templar Castle Convento de Christo in Portugal.

Opening hours: Tuesday & Saturday 15 - 18
Duration: 14 June - 8 August 2020

Tempel auf Zeit

Dear visitor,
the new Bublitz exhibition room Thesaurós will open on the 16th of February with the exhibition Tempel auf Zeit in Berlin. The exhibition is the beginning of a series of about ten episodes of art exhibitions that are complemented by essayistic, poeticising and commenting means.

Opening hours: Tuesday & Saturday 15 - 18
Duration: 17. Februar – 29. März 2020

Michal Martychowiec - All is history