New Toni does not see itself as a pure exhibition space. The individual exhibitions are accompanied by artists' books and editions. This expanded framework enables - perhaps even forces - the artists to reflect, locate, and communicate their position in the context of the different presentation formats. The exhibition space is located at Immanuelkirchstraße 15, Berlin - Prenzlauer Berg since April 2019. It is run by the artists Antonia Breme, Thomas Hesse and Felix Toth.
On display in the window space of New Toni, an exhibition by the artists Georgina Hill and Maximilian Schmoetzer. Mystery Box departs from addressing prevalent driving forces of progress and reassurance, when crises have questioned the existence of a sustainable pathway for a long time already. The exhibition does not call for direct political action, but offers a refuge and microcosm on its own.
Mystery Box is curated by Antonia Breme and Christian Luebbert.
Georgina Hill is a visual artist born in the UK, currently working in London. Her practice manifests itself in forms of installation, kinetic sculpture, video, and text. After her postgraduate studies in English Literature at University College London, she studied at the University of Fine Arts Berlin, subsequently graduating from Goldsmiths University, London with an MFA.
Maximilian Schmoetzer is a German-French visual artist based in Berlin. He holds a Meisterschüler from the University of Arts Berlin (UdK Berlin) and is a graduate of the Whitney Independent Study Program (2018-2019) in New York City.
Notes on accessibility and infection control:
Seating : Folding chairs
Age groups : All
Wheelchair users | Strollers : Assistance can be provided. However, please note that the exhibition room located on the first floor is accessible only by one step.
Disinfectants are available. There is no mask requirement