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panke.gallery seeks to open up a local and international dialogue between established and emerging artists. The presented works derive from the connection between digital or net-based art and club culture, reflecting in particular the recent history of Berlin.
 
panke.gallery seeks to open up a local and international dialogue between established and emerging artists. The presented works derive from the connection between digital or net-based art and club culture, reflecting in particular the recent history of Berlin.
  
panke.gallery exhibited over the past years, among others, [[Daniel Pflumm]], [[Daniel Keller]], [[Holger Friese]], [[Claire Tolan]], [[Sebastian Lütgert]], [[Jonas Lund]], [[Sebastian Schmieg]], [[Alma Alloro]], [[Horst Bartnig]], [[JODI]], [[!@SeX#─────██████████════█]], [[Amalia Zhang]], [[Colin Rosati]], [[Andy Kassier]], [[Carol Breen]], [[Cara Lien]], [[Esben Holk]], [[Gregory Chatonsky]], [[Jules Durand]], [[Katrin Krumm]], [[Nadja Buttendorf]], [[Martin Kohout]], [[Aram Bartoll]], [[Paul Wiersbinski]], [[Philipp Teister]], [[Richard Munaba]], [[Ruby Gloom]], [[ Violet Forest]], [[Kim Asendorf]], [[Jules LaPlace]], [[Ole Fach]], [[Karl Heinz Jeron]], [[!Mediengruppe Bitnik]], [[Yvon Chabrowski]], [[Dani Ploeger]], [[Simon Denny]], [[Harm van den Dorpel]], [[Constant Dullaart]], [[Eva Grubinger]], [[Internationale Stadt Berlin]], [[Katja Novitskova]], [[Cornelia Sollfrank]], [[Max Grau]], [[Alexej Paryla]], [[Dalia Mikonytė]], [[Adomas Žudys]]. [https://www.panke.gallery/info/ (2020)]
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panke.gallery exhibited over the past years, among others, [[Daniel Pflumm]], [[Daniel Keller]], [[Holger Friese]], [[Claire Tolan]], [[Sebastian Lütgert]], [[Jonas Lund]], [[Sebastian Schmieg]], [[Alma Alloro]], [[Horst Bartnig]], [[JODI]], [[!@SeX#─────██████████════█]], [[Amalia Zhang]], [[Colin Rosati]], [[Andy Kassier]], [[Carol Breen]], [[Cara Lien]], [[Esben Holk]], [[Gregory Chatonsky]], [[Jules Durand]], [[Katrin Krumm]], [[Nadja Buttendorf]], [[Martin Kohout]], [[Aram Bartholl]], [[Paul Wiersbinski]], [[Philipp Teister]], [[Richard Munaba]], [[Ruby Gloom]], [[ Violet Forest]], [[Kim Asendorf]], [[Jules LaPlace]], [[Ole Fach]], [[Karl Heinz Jeron]], [[!Mediengruppe Bitnik]], [[Yvon Chabrowski]], [[Dani Ploeger]], [[Simon Denny]], [[Harm van den Dorpel]], [[Constant Dullaart]], [[Eva Grubinger]], [[Internationale Stadt Berlin]], [[Katja Novitskova]], [[Cornelia Sollfrank]], [[Max Grau]], [[Alexej Paryla]], [[Dalia Mikonytė]], [[Adomas Žudys]]. [https://www.panke.gallery/info/ (2020)]
  
 
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Latest revision as of 20:33, 17 March 2020

panke.gallery is an exhibition space within the premises of the panke.club, Berlin. It was founded in 2016 and is run by Sakrowski (curator) with the support of Alex Scrimgeour, Erika Siekstelyte and Larissa Wunderlich.

panke.gallery seeks to open up a local and international dialogue between established and emerging artists. The presented works derive from the connection between digital or net-based art and club culture, reflecting in particular the recent history of Berlin.

panke.gallery exhibited over the past years, among others, Daniel Pflumm, Daniel Keller, Holger Friese, Claire Tolan, Sebastian Lütgert, Jonas Lund, Sebastian Schmieg, Alma Alloro, Horst Bartnig, JODI, !@SeX#─────██████████════█, Amalia Zhang, Colin Rosati, Andy Kassier, Carol Breen, Cara Lien, Esben Holk, Gregory Chatonsky, Jules Durand, Katrin Krumm, Nadja Buttendorf, Martin Kohout, Aram Bartholl, Paul Wiersbinski, Philipp Teister, Richard Munaba, Ruby Gloom, Violet Forest, Kim Asendorf, Jules LaPlace, Ole Fach, Karl Heinz Jeron, !Mediengruppe Bitnik, Yvon Chabrowski, Dani Ploeger, Simon Denny, Harm van den Dorpel, Constant Dullaart, Eva Grubinger, Internationale Stadt Berlin, Katja Novitskova, Cornelia Sollfrank, Max Grau, Alexej Paryla, Dalia Mikonytė, Adomas Žudys. (2020)

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