Koki Tanaka : “Artist of the Year” 2015 exhibition, “A Vulnerable Narrator” (Deutsche Bank Kunsthalle, Berlin)


Koki Tanaka : A Vulnerable Narrator (Deutsche Bank Kunsthalle, Berlin)


3.26 – 5.25. 2015


March 26, 2015 through May 25, 2015
Deutsche Bank KunstHalle
Unter den Linden 13/15 10117 Berlin,
(030) 20 20 93-0

Adults:€ 4
Reduced:€ 3
Children under 18: Admission free
School groups with/without guide:Admission free
Groups up to 20 people: € 35
Mondays: Admission free,
Open from 10:00 to 20:00 pm
Daily Lectures: 6 pm
Monday Lectures: 11 am–8 pm
Lunch Lectures: Wednesdays, 1 pm

Tickets: (0 30) 20 20 93-11

Public Transport:
U-Bahn Stadtmitte/Französische Straße/S-Bahn Brandenburger Tor and
Friedrichstraße/Bus 100, 200, TXL
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Artist Koki Tanaka references the history of “art activism” And views his work as a gentle sustainable approach to this movement. His “Artist of the Year” exhibition, “A Vulnerable Narrator,” at the Deutsche Bank KunstHalle in Berlin is a laboratory of sorts, one that ties together a decade’s worth of projects, ideas, and documents. It traces Tanaka’s path from early experiments with mass-produced goods and materials, to his collaborative actions and performances.

Related product:
Catalogue:”Precarious Practice” 2015 / German and English / € 39

Koki Tanaka,
born 1975 in Tochigi, Japan, lives and works in Los Angeles. He became known through installations and actions in which he implements everyday objects and material found on site. A major part of his work consists of participatory projects that incorporate actors and exhibition viewers.
WEB : http://www.kktnk.com