The gallery is located at
April - October
Wednesday - Saturday
7 - 10 PM
Established in 2016, Hošek Contemporary is a gallery, performance space and art residency located on a historical boat in Mitte, Berlin. The focus is primarily on performing arts, site-specific installations and experimental sound works. The gallery hosts weekly improvised music sets, providing musicians an opportunity to showcase their sound skills to a Berlin audience.
Both the exhibition and performance spaces on MS Heimatland can be rented for art or business events. We have a range of opportunities for weddings, BBQs, concerts, art openings, film screenings, stage performances, theatre productions or film & photo shoots. Overlooking the city’s skyline, the modern urbanism and the idyllic natural setting right in the heart of Berlin create a very unique atmosphere.
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Petr Hošek - founder
Born in 1988 in Czech republic, Petr Hošek studied art history and the theory of art in Prague and Madrid before he received his MA at Charles’ University in Prague. His MA thesis explored a possibility of presenting Post-Internet Art within the Physical Gallery Spaces. After curatorial residency in New York City with Residency Unlimited in 2012, he worked in cooperation with Prague based gallery Futura and later he co-founded Gallery Plevel which focused on presenting on-line art in a refurbished 19th century industrial space. After he relocated to Berlin in 2014, he established Hošek Contemporary.
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Linda Toivio - director
Linda Toivio is the Managing Director of Hošek Contemporary, an independent Curator and Editor for a Jakarta-based art consultancy in Indonesia. Born in Finland in 1982, Toivio spent her early years in France and Belgium. She holds a MA from the University of Sussex in Brighton (UK) and a diploma from Science Po in Paris. With a background in human rights and cultural studies, Toivio worked for UNESCO and the Council of Europe, but soon returned to her true calling in the art world by joining the exhibition and curatorial team at the Finnish Institute in Paris. She curated her first own exhibition in 2014 in Prague. After working as a Studio Manager for visual and performance artist Vera Kochubey, she joined Hošek Contemporary in 2017.