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In 2023 STUDIOSPACE Lange Strasse 31 is showing three dialogue-based short-term exhibitions. These exhibitions succeed those held in 2016/17, 2020/21 und 2022.

Two artistic positions were shown in each case. As in a compartment, these "foreign" works meet for a limited time, enter into a dialogue, observe each other benevolently or reject each other. The juxtapositions will only be shown for one evening.

An interdisciplinary aspect and the diverse origins of the artists play a central role. In the artistic positions not previously shown in duo shows, new perspectives on the respective works can be identified, different visitor interests mix and new perspectives and impressions regarding the venue emerge.

The range of artistic practices includes installation, drawing, sculpture, painting, textile, photography, and film.

Scholars are invited to write texts about the exhibition evenings to create a complementary approach to artistic positions. A theoretical examination of art is capable of linking art and knowledge about art and provides interpretative offerings.

The project STUDIOSPACE Lange Strasse 31 is possible thanks to the kind support of the Kulturamt Frankfurt am Main and the commitment and enthusiasm of the invited artists and writers.


Thyra Schmidt (Düsseldorf) & Christina Kral (Frankfurt).

Layla Juma (Sharjah) & Carolin Kropff (Frankfurt).

Ebtisam Abdulaziz (Dubai/Washington D.C.) & Eva Weingärtner (Frankfurt).



DAG (Berlin) & Dirk Krecker (Frankfurt). Text: Angelica Horn.

Cristiana de Marchi (Beirut, Dubai) & Günter Zehetner (Frankfurt). Text: Angelica Horn.

Geske Slater Johannsen (Frankfurt) & Carolin Kropff (Frankfurt). Text: Larissa Kolesnikova.


Anja Conrad (Frankfurt) & Lucas Fastabend (Frankfurt). Text: Angelica Horn

Susan Donath (Dresden) & Vroni Schwegler (Frankfurt). Text: Sonja Müller

Michael Klipphahn (Dresen) & Anna Nero (Frankfurt). Text: Angelica Horn    

Hassan Sharif & Carolin Kropff (Frankfurt). Text: Angelica Horn & Cristiana de Marchi         

Mohammed Kazem & Ekrem Yalçindağ (Berlin, Istanbul). Text: Cristiana de Marchi & Angelica Horn.

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