Saturday, 31 March 2 - 8pm:

Babusch was part of the KOPSTREETDAY!
On the walls: works by Berlin-based artists,
on the table: Kaffee und Kuchen.

20 October, 2010, 10 am to 6 pm
Babusch was part of EXCHANGE RADICAL MOMENTS the congress
GLS Campus Berlin, Sprachschule, AULA, Kastanienallee 82, D -10435 Berlin

10:00  PECHA KUCHA BRUNCH with Wolfgang Krause (art boys, Berlin), Joelle Dietrick & Owen Mundy (Florida, USA), Lilia Dragneva (KSA:K, Chisinau, Moldova), Solvita Krese (LCCA, Riga, Latvia), Barbara J. Scheuermann (Babusch, Berlin), Louise Taylor (UK), Andrew Stooke (Oliver Holt Gallery, UK), Jörn J. Burmester (Performer Stammtisch, Berlin), Club Real (Berlin)

14:00  VIDEO SCREENING (Highlights from Attitude Festival Bitola, Macedonia)

14:30  PERFORMANCES (Liverpool Performance Artist and Drag-”Queen of Culture” Mandy Romero, Sound Artist Alex Decoupigny, Performance Artist Dovrat ana Meron)

15:00 ROUND TABLE TALK with Artists and Exchange Radical Moments! Co-organizers

16:00 TEA TABLE TALKS, an encounter scenario with 12 tables and 24 chairs. Come, sit down and talk to artists, curators and organizers.

Free entry! Registration is appreciated. Please send email with name and subject “Exchange! Congress” to

Thursday, 24 June, 2010, 7.30 pm
2nd Salon at Babusch: Talking about India

Everybody was invited to join us for a conversation about the Indian art market, the vibrant contemporary art scene in India and everything else which comes up along the conversation.

Special guests:
Jamila Adeli, curator of contemporary art, Berlin. Former director of Bodhi Art Berlin, currently preparing a PhD project on the Indian art market.

Christian Hosp, Christian Hosp Gallery, Berlin. Specialised in contemporary Asian art, representing artists from India such as Anita Dube,
Suhasini Kejriwal, Ashim Purkajastha, Gigi Scaria and others.

due to illness, Christian couldn't participate but Nature Morte's Peter Nagy from Delhi kindly jumped in.

See more pics on Facebook: Album

1st Salon at Babusch on 6 August, 2009, 7:30 pm

with artist Sophie Ernst, geographer Dr Matthias Neske (Federal Office for Migration and Refugees) and everyone who wanted to join us for a conversation about Sophie's piece "Home" in the context of migration, post-colonialism, globalisation, etc.

Many thanks to everyone who came over for a glass of chilled rosé and our lively discussion about Sophie's art, Matthias' work, the partition, migration and the meaning of HOME!


View more pics of this great evening here.