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Exhibition „About Nature“ at PlanetArt Festival

From 11st – 21st of September 2019, during Artweek Berlin, the Kühlhaus – an old ice factory in the center of Berlin – will open its doors to encounter art and nature. Renowned artists from Spain, Germany, Russia, Denmark, Mongolia, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, Cuba, Zimbabwe, Switzerland, Hungary, Cyprus, USA and Mongolia impressively show how unique, beautiful and fragile is the nature of our planet.

The festival is under the patronage of Federal Minister Gerd Müller and the exhibition is sponsored by the German Council for Sustainable Development. In cooperation with NABU – Germany’s largest nature conservation organisation – over 3000 square metres of exhibition space will be dedicated to nature, the environment and sustainability. In the exhibition NABU Worlds (NABU- Welten) on the first two floors of the Kühlhaus, NABU presents its international nature conservation projects, such as the protection of the snow leopard in Kyrgyzstan, the preservation of the coffee forests in Ethiopia and many others.

The other four floors are dedicated to art „About Nature“.

Opening: 11th of September 2019, 6pm

Luckenwalder Str. 3, 10963 Berlin, U1,2,3 Gleisdreieck

 

Ausstellung „Natürlich Kunst“ am PlanetArt Festival

Von 11. – 21. September 2019 öffnet das Kühlhaus – ein Industriedenkmal im Zentrum von Berlin – während der Artweek  elf Tage lang seine Türen für eine Begegnung mit Kunst und Natur. Renommierte Künstlerinnen und Künstler aus Spanien, Deutschland, Russland, Dänemark, Mongolei, Kirgistan, Kasachstan, Kuba, Simbabwe, Schweiz, Ungarn, USA und Zypern  stellen auf eindrucksvolle Weise dar, wie einmalig, wunderschön aber auch zerbrechlich die Natur unserer  Erde ist.

Das Festival ist unter der Schirmherschaft von Bundesminister Gerd Müller und die Ausstellung wird gefördert vom Rat für nachhaltige Entwicklung. In Zusammenarbeit mit dem NABU – Deutschland größter Naturschutzorgnisation – werden über 3000 qm Ausstellungsfläche den Themen Natur, Umwelt und Nachhaltigkeit  gewidmet. In der Ausstellung NABU-Welten auf den ersten zwei Etagen des Kühlhaus stellt der NABU seine internationalen Naurschutzprojekte vor, wie den Schutz des Schneeleoparden in Kirgistan, die Bewahrung der Kaffeewälder in Äthiopien und viele andere mehr.

Die weiteren vier Etagen sind „Natürlich Kunst“ gewidmet.

Eröffnung: 11.September 2019, 18 Uhr

Luckenwalder Str. 3, 10963 Berlin, U1,2,3 Gleisdreieck

Over 40 artists from Over 15 countries

Participating Artists- Teilnehmende Künstler

The PlanetArt Festival of Nature hosts exhibitions, films, events, readings, lectures.

And special events focused on Central Asia, Africa and Cuba

Exhibition About Nature - Natürlich Kunst

During Artweek Berlin, the Kühlhaus Berlin will open its doors for eleven days to an encounter between art and nature. Renowned artists from Spain, Germany, Russia, Norway, Central Asia, Zimbabwe and many other countries impressively show how unique, beautiful and fragile is the nature of our only planet. Read more …

Exhibition NABU-Welten

On five continents, NABU is involved in a wide variety of projects to protect nature and the environment. At PlanetArt festival, the nature conservation organization invites you on an artistic voyage of discovery through its NABU worlds. Read more …

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Cooperation

The Naturschutzbund Deutschland e.V. ("Nature and Biodiversity Conservation Union") or NABU is a German non-governmental organisation (NGO) dedicated to conservation at home and abroad, including the protection of rivers, forests and individual species of animals.
German Council for Sustainable Development (RNE)
The RNE’s Sustainability Culture Fund is aimed at a variety of societal stakeholders and strives to promote approaches that make sustainability the centre of cultural norms and lifestyle models.
Under the patronage of Minister Gerd Müller of the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ).