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Heidrun and Christof Tannert owned this book store which also served as an exhibition space from 1979-1989. The Tannerts exhibited both traditional painting and drawing work as well as series on mail art, performance, and installation. Karla…

Jörg Deloch, a carpenter by training, ran this private gallery out of his Prenzlauer Berg apartment on Schönhäuser Allee from 1986-1988. He decided to end his gallerist activities after tiring of all the police attention to his illegal exhibitions…

First opened in 1979, the gallery originally featured work from amateur and local artists. In 1983, Christoph Tannert and Peter Lang joined gallerist Uta-Barbara Schifferdecker on the gallery council and began a new program focused on young artists…

In 1983 Longest F. Stein and Werner Schulze began organizing exhibitions at the Galerie Treptow in the Kreiskulturhaus Treptow. This was an official neighborhood gallery with a special emphasis on work from autodidacts and photography. By 1985, the…

Lead by photographer Stefan Orendt from 1982 until his replacement by Dörtha Lammel.

Z wie K-berg, Y wie Kunst, X wie Keimzeit. Zarra Z.

Private gallery first opened and run illegally by Friedrich Loock in East Berlin. The gallery later moves to Knaack Str. 90.

Performance/installation.

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