ROHKUNSTBAU will no longer take place under the authority of the Heinrich Böll Foundation Brandenburg e.V. in 2019. Exhibition Nine artists and one artist duo will present their works of art in the exhibition "Achtung - Mind the Gap" in 2018, dealing with social breakages. Location Schloss Lieberose, a testimony of German contemporary history in the Dahme-Spreewald county. The Renaissance-era castle was the residence of the Lieberose dominion since the 14th century and is listed as a historical monument. Artists The core of ROHKUNSTBAU are the exhibiting artists. An overview of all artists, including past exhibitions, can be found here. Visitor information Further information about the opening times, prices and the partners and supporters of ROHKUNSTBAU can be found here. News XXIV. ROHKUNSTBAU: Finissage & Artist Talk On September 9, 2018, the second XXIV. ROHKUNSTBAU artist talks within the finissage will take place at Schloss Lieberose. We look forward to interesting discussions with Martin Dammann and curator Mark Gisbourne. By Jan Weisbrod XXIV. ROHKUNSTBAU: Studio Visit with Christopher Winter Tiziana Destino visited artist Christopher Winter in his studio and had a conversation about the XXIV. ROHKUNSTBAU and his exhibited artworks. By Titiana Destino XXIV. ROHKUNSTBAU 2018: Artist talks On August 11, 2018, the first XXIV. ROHKUNSTBAU artist talks will take place at Schloss Lieberose. We look forward to interesting discussions with Laura Bruce, GODsDOGs and curator Mark Gisbourne. By Jan Weisbrod XXIV. ROHKUNSTBAU 2018: Achtung – Mind the Gap "Achtung - Mind the Gap" is this year's theme of the XXIV. ROHKUNSTBAU in Schloss Lieberose. Nnine artists and one artist duo will present their contemporary works of art. XXIII. Rohkunstbau - Die Schönheit im Anderen - The Beauty of Difference The exhibition XXIII. Rohkunstbau "Die Schönheit im Anderen - The Beauty of Difference" took place from 1 July 2017 to 10 September 2017 in Castle Lieberose in the Spreewald and deals with the subject of difference. Mirror of Alterity Refugees and the Fear of the Other. Contemporary art from Middle and Eastern Europe. What has been a scandal in Bratislava – now to see in Berlin! Europe has become a refuge for the disregarded and persecuted people in the regions of war and conflict all over the world. The whole of Europe? No, a big part of European populations is frightened by strangers and refuses to welcome refugees. The fear of the unknown stirs up emotions and partly evokes xenophobic affects. Especially in Eastern parts of Europe, a majority of the populations balk at the reception of refugees – while their governments make use of this tense atmosphere by strengthening an increasingly populist and authoritarian style of politics. Rohkunstbau XXII - Between the Worlds ROHKUNSTBAU XXII takes up a statement made by Kofi Annan, the former General Secretary of the UN: “There is no trust more sacred than the one the world holds with children. The title Zwischen den Welten – Between the Worlds relates firstly, at a metaphorical level, to the transitional phase from childhood and youth to adulthood, a period of incubation which seems to be prolonged more and more these days as part of an “infantilisation of society”. XXII. Rohkunstbau - Zwischen den Welten - Between the Worlds 10 July 2016 - 18 September 2016, Roskow Castle Opening Hours: Saturday and Sunday, 12 - 6 pm Opening Event: 9 July 2016, 3 pm XXI. Rohkunstbau - Apokalypse From June 21, 2015 till September 6, 2015 Rohkunstbau presents its twenty-first edition. Themed “apocalypse” and set against the historic backdrop of Schloss Roskow in the District of Potsdam-Mittelmark, the exhibition presents eleven artists from eight nations. Sandra Boeschenstein *1967 in Zurich, lives and works in Zurich Olga Chernysheva *1962 in Moscow, lives and works in Moscow Philip Grözinger *1972 in Braunschweig, lives and works in Berlin Leiko Ikemura *1951 in Tsu, Japan, lives and works in Berlin and Cologne Kristian Kožul / Damir Žižić KK * 1975 in Munich, lives and works in Zagreb DC * 1983 in Zagreb, lives and works in Zagreb Žižić/Kožul work together on various artistic projects since 2013 Philipp Lachenmann *1963 in Munich, lives and works in Berlin Dominik Lejman *1969 in Gdanks, lives and works in Poznan and Berlin Christiane Möbus *1947 in Celle, lives and works in Hanover and Berlin Miguel Rothschild *1963 in Buenos Aires, lives and works in Berlin Daniel Silver *1972 in London, lives and works in London Rohkunstbau XX - Revolution starts on July 6 in the Roskow Castle For two decades Rohkunstbau has been the fabulous exhibition for contemporary art in Brandenburg – now it’s time for a “Revolution”. The twentieth exhibition is dedicated to the theme of "revolution" and runs from July 6 till September 21 2014 in Roskow castle.