Exhibition 01 March 2018 - 31 March 2018

Object of the Month

New York has its MoMa, Berlin a MöMo

Sexpert Laura Méritt and the “Freudenfluss” network are celebrating its iconic “MösenMonat März“ festivities (‘March: Month of the Pussy’) with the usual pussy power!

March was declared the MösenMonat to spread even further the joys of the vulvalution and to strengthen sexual self-confidence. The MoMö will be taking place in Sexclusivitäten’s Freuden-Salon (‘Pleasure-Salon’) and offers throughout the month an exhibition and a sensual program full of...

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Exhibition 09 March 2018 - 15 April 2018


Opening night on 9 March, 7 pm. (Free entry)

colony is a group exhibition by the Ankara-based LGBTIQ* association, Kaos GL, which brings together contemporary artistic inquries that deal with the social norms of binaries and dichotomies, and constructs a queer utopia. Despite severe political reprisals in Turkey, held between the dates 23 December, 2017 - 3 February, 2018 in Istanbul, colony was composed by the artists and participants; Yavuz Erkan, Ursula Mayer, Nilbar Güreş, Erinç Seymen &...

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Exhibition 17 March 2018 - 15 April 2018

3rd Moon: Form Gangs! The Sound of Radical Feminist Resistance

The new cycle of the 12 Moon series ties into the collective creative DIY practices of the filmmakers of LÄSBISCH TV (2nd Moon). Two films are on display: the lesbian feminist classic Born In Flames by Lizzie Borden (USA, 1983 and the trans*-queer anarcha musical Folkbildningsterror (Popular Education Terror) by Lasse Långström and Göteborgs Förenade Musikalaktivister (Sweden, 2014).

Rooted in the time of their origin, both films offer a (queer-)feminist and anti-capitalist analysis of gender...

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Exhibition 29 March 2018 - 25 June 2018

Stefan Thiel: 100 Berlin Based Men

Opening night party: 29 March, at 7 pm.

Stefan Thiel’s paper cut-outs are world-renowned. They are featured in notable private collections and major museums and institutions in the US, Australia, and Europe. They can be found in the collections of the German Parliament as well as the National Gallery in Berlin.

The silhouettes of Thiel’s black facebook (2011-15) are an integral part of the history of homosexuality and its self-portrayal. They circulate in the art world and in the relevant...

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