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Multitudes of Blackness

May 4 @ 7:00 pm - May 18 @ 7:00 pm CEST

Multitudes of Blackness:
An Exhibition by AnK and Brook
4 May to 18 May 2024
Exhibition Opening Times: Tuesday to Saturday 3pm to 7pm, Mondays closed.


->  Opening vernissage with the artists Saturday, 4 May at 7pm with live performance by DIKUMBI
-> Open mic for Black queer folks on Sunday 12 May at 5pm. This event is for BIPOCs.
-> Gathering and conversation with AnK on Wednesday 15 May at 6pm on the meaning of “Multitudes of Blackness”. This event is for Black folks.
-> Closing Finissage and artist talk on Saturday 18 May at 7pm. AnK and Brook will share and speak about their artistic process. All are welcome!
This exhibition is an invitation to discuss together what it means to be Black/Afro/Afrodescendant.
By exploring the many different ways of being Black, we want to open another space to discuss, share, question, learn, agree and disagree that we are diverse and complex.
It’s an exhibition about the past, the present and the future.
Our work is linked to personal memories, experiences and aspirations.
It reflects our perspectives and struggles while recognising the healing work we have done. It shows how we live our lives as Black individuals, searching for new narratives about ourselves. Our identities are fluid, in construction, in transformation, but not all the time… or ever.
In our work we want to show the love that Black people have and deserve to feel for each other.
AnouchK is Afro-Cuban and Congolese, living most of their life in Europe, Brook is Afro-Cuban German. For this exhibition, they have created sculptures and installations using natural objects, clay and concrete, and combining them with other materials.
Part of the exhibition, an installation titled “Embrace your Black Self Space” will be offered for Black people only. The rest of the exhibition is open to everyone. As always, cutie BIPOCs to the front! 🙂



May 4 @ 7:00 pm CEST
May 18 @ 7:00 pm CEST


Mental Health Arts Space (MHAS) Berlin is a non-profit arts/project space run by, with, and for BIPoC folks and marginalized groups. Every donation is most appreciated and helps us continue our work!   

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