On the occasion of Lange Nacht der Museen, Arts of the Working Class will create a performative setting for her current issue Art of Darkness at the Kunstverein Harburger Bahnhof that may help us to depart from gated realms. Our organs will raise their voice and whisper a song of unity that will become the heartbeat of our lucid soul.
The street newspaper on art and society, wealth and poverty called Arts of the Working Class marks one year of its flaming commitment to satisfy the universal basic need for arts. It functions as a social tool for immediate financial help, as a catalyst for academic and informal news, theories and ideas, or as a desirable coffee table in every luxurious public or domestic space. Published every two months, AWC redistributes cultural and economical values within and beyond the art system, in order to dismantle its borders. It contains contributions by artists and thinkers from different fields and in different languages. Its terms are based upon the working class, meaning everyone, and it reports everything that belongs to everybody. Everyone who sells this paper earns money directly. Every artist whose work is advertised, designs with us its substance. Every institution that supports us helps us to expand artistic exchange with all members and outsiders of society.
Furthermore Bar Putti - wet and wicked as usual - welcomes you from 6 pm onwards to relax your tired feet and detox with special drinks!
Bar Putti is a usable installation by Pablo Schlumberger, commissioned for the current exhibition „Realismus mit Schleife“ (Realism with a Bow).