bitch MATERial




bitch MATERial celebrates the woman as a creator. Women create (give life to) children, (and create) art, careers, and (make) changes. They are as multi-facetted as our exhibition. Both are about expansion in contrast to limitation. Our aim is to show works of artists who are also mothers. In order to enable an in-depth debate about this issue we would like to broaden the perspective: how do female artists define social role images, which horizons are opened up to us by men, and how much of a mother is there in a childless woman? This is about motherhood images that deviate from the norm and may also show men as mothers. Hot chicks. Working moms, ‘Muttertiere’ (Materfamilia). Works of art that reflect, question or negate the issue.


bitch MATERial is an ongoing project, which is accompanied by our bitch MATERial Art-Book.
> Find it in our ONLINE-SHOP as well as in selected bookshops.


Oda Jaune

René Schoemakers

Mathilde ter Heijne

Jen Ray

Kirsten Becken

Lara Schnitger

Iris Schieferstein

Tracey Snelling


Julija Goyd


Almagul Menlibayeva

Vera Kochubey

Anina Brisolla

Miriam Lenk

Oliver Rath

Bettina Moras

Various & Gould

Ruprecht von Kaufmann

Vincent Dance Theater

Annique Delphine

Peter Wilde

Courtney Kessel

Cornelia Renz




Studio 1, Kunstquartier Betanken

Berlin, Germany


22.03.2018 – 08.04.2018



Behind the Bitch: Mirna Funk
Behind the Bitch: Miriam Lenk