Gallery for Sustainable Art in Berlin


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Transformation to the Good Life

Group Global 3000 is preparing two visions for 2022 in the exhibitions “Transformation” and “The Good Life”.

Woman on grass bench, (C) Tom Albrecht, 2009, Berlin Transformation

Woman on grass bench, (C) Tom Albrecht, 2009, Berlin

1 April – 20 May, 2022 we begin with the exhibition “Transformation” and call  international  artists to send us applications.

The euphoria regarding technological progress is over. We see that unlimited growth does not fit to a limited earth.  We are already experiencing the first responses from the natural world.  The dream of endless growth is coming to an end and at best will lead to transformation.

By transformation, we mean the process that leads globally to a good life for people and sustainable use of natural resources. We see social and cultural change as feasible, because we have the economic, technical, and scientific prerequisites. Yet this life is difficult to imagine for most people. Convention stands in the way of transformation.

We want to illustrate the picture of the good life in the future. A framework has been sketched out by economists and natural scientists: Sufficiency reduces production and consumption, efficiency uses material and energy more productively, and consistency includes nature-friendly material cycles, recycling and waste avoidance. The value of nature appears in the overall economic balance sheets. The gap between rich and poor is closed. The economy is transforming into one of post-growth. We live in a way that is fit for our grandchildren.

The vision of social change and a sustainable and good life gives strength for the way there. Thus, transformation is also an aesthetic project. The necessary changes require the creativity of the entire society. The potential of art lies precisely in opening up new spaces for thoughts and making transformation imaginable.

A second call for applications for “The Good Life” will follow.


1 April, 2022, 7 p.m. Vernissage with performance.

Lecture with discussion: Expert on future, transformation, good life.

Artist talk: Artists in the exhibition talk with guests about their works.

Reading on Transformation – authors wanted

Youth speaks about the climate crisis: What do they want, what do they do? With discussion. Introduction and moderation: Tom Albrecht

20 May, 2022, 7 pm Finissage

Endless Summer

Exhibition 15.10. -10.12.2021

The permanent high over Europe creates vacation joy at home and crop failures due to drought.  Will the sensual desire for paradise be fulfilled? One enjoys lots of sun, always being outside and vacation at home.  A hedonistic dream.

However, the climate crisis is felt ambivalently. “Higher fuel prices are felt immediately in the wallet, but climate change comes insidiously.  “Heat deaths, devastation from heavy rains in 2021, fires worldwide from drought. In Canada, people are afraid of summer because of fires.


Flower Bomb, C Michelle Gallagher, 2021, Foto, Din A3 Endless Summer

Flower Bomb, C Michelle Gallagher, 2021, Foto, Din A3

Continuing on without personal and political change is becoming more and more difficult. People hold on to fossil comfort, suppress the crisis, point to other countries that should change.

In a public call for entries, we invited artists internationally to submit contributions for the theme described above for a group exhibition in our exhibition spaces.

We thank the artists for the many applications and have selected 17 international artists from Austria, Bulgaria, Portugal, Finland, USA and Germany.

We look forward to exciting, joyful and stimulating encounters with guests and the artists!

Artists of Endless Summer

We show closely to the theme the drama around the social illusion of Endless Summer in graphics, painting, object, photo and video by:

Tom Albrecht, Laura Dimitrova, bernd engler, Inês Miguel Oliveira, Matthias Fritsch, Michelle Gallagher, Mariel Gottwick, Stephan Groß, ulli grötz, Juliane Kowalke, Maria Leskinen, Ketevan Mamaladze, Mikey Peterson, Florine Schüschke, Christina Stark, Marvin Systermans, Lioba von den Driesch


Endless Summer Events: Videos, Pictures and Results

Vernissage Oct. 15, 7 p.m. with performance Ticia Tanne “A ton of needles”

Video evening “After a while is strange” with talk Florine Schüschke Fri. Oct. 29, 7 p.m.

Artists talk Fri. Nov. 12, 7 p.m.
The artists of the exhibition talk with guests about their works.

Because of Corona with registration for max. 12 participants in the room: Register now here “

Additional guests and remotely residing artists* may participate via Zoom.

Artists Talk "The Sea" (Foto M. Korporal)

Artists Talk “The Sea” (Foto M. Korporal)

Curator and artist Tom Albrecht will be present from 5pm.

Workshop “Workshop for artists: “Sustainable art in theme and material. How can we reduce our ecological footprint and be successful?” Fri. 26.11., 7 pm. Introduction and direction Tom Albrecht (In German)

Finissage Fri. 10.12. , 7 pm is unfortunately cancelled due to corona. The artist Tom Albrecht is present from 5 pm to 8 pm.

Endless Summer Events: Videos, Pictures and Results


Infection control regulations apply. Max. 12. Artists and guest in the room, workshop 5. Registration is required for the events, not for the gallery appointments. Prerequisite for participation is proof of vaccination or recovery with 2G, which we will document. We will provide the QR code for the Corona Warn app and Luca and alternate contact forms. There is a requirement for FFP2 masks and 1.5m clearance during the event. We monitor the CO2 level in the room and ventilate crosswise.

Jury: Team GG3, Curator: Tom Albrecht

55th exhibition


Comment on the present

Object: Dropping rod. 2009, Berlin, 1030 x 71 x 47 cm, dropping rod, hubcap. Nature meets. Comment on the present

Object: Dropping rod. 2009, Berlin, 1030 x 71 x 47 cm, dropping rod, hubcap. Nature meets. (C) T.A.

Solo exhibition: Works by Tom Albrecht

13.8.-8.10. 2021, Open Tuesdays and Fridays 5-8 p.m., closed Aug. 17.

Artistic work on the state of our society and its relationship with naturewith over 50 works by Tom Albrecht from 1965 – 2021. actions, photographs, text, installations, moving objects, video, Super 8 .

The teeth shine. The nuclear power plant dances. The shell shows its treasure. The canister becomes human. The cow’s udder is bulging. Globe flies, the skipping weed too. Homage is paid to the logos. Corona screams. The fossil club threatens.

“Something ironic and slightly absurd resonates there – a special form of wit or poetic humor is inherent in his work, which makes things – even if they weigh heavily – light and thus easier to grasp. Not the moral reproach, but rather the unexpected image, the oblique idea lie in Tom Albrecht’s artistic calculation.” Dr. Peter Funken, 2021.

Tom Albrecht founded Group Global 3000 in 2012 as a project space with a gallery and has curated 53 exhibitions with the team since then.

Program “Comment on the present” (In german)

Vernissage 13.8., 7 p.m., Welcome with book launch Tom Albrecht, Introduction Dr. Peter Funken

Artist talk 27.8, 7 p.m.: Tom Albrecht talks with guests about his works.

Workshop for artists and guests 17.9., 7 pm: What is the power of the art of sustainability for the artists*, their material and for their counterpart? Introduction by Tom Albrecht

Lecture with talk 24,9., 7 p.m.: “Sustainability into Art – Critique of the Existing. Where and how should sustainability enter art?” Ticia Tanne, University of the Arts, Berlin

Climate Change and Art Freedom Comment on the present

Climate Change and Art Freedom

Nachhaltigkeit in die Kunst, 0,4Mb, pdf, 26 Seiten (German)

We had a very stimulating talk.

Gallery 8.10. open from 5 pm. The artist will be present.

Finissage 8.10., 7 pm: Performance “Sustainable Doing” by GG3 Team with Tom Albrecht, Alexa Helbig-Tewes, Maria Korporal

Performance text Comment on the Present

Performance text

Finissage Talk Comment on the present, (C) T.A.


We are again physically showing art in our gallery. Infection control regulations apply.  Registration is not required. Prerequisite for participation is proof of vaccination, test  with 3G or proof of recovery, which we will document. We provide the QR code of the Corona Warn app and alternatively contact forms. There is a requirement for FFP2 masks and 1.5m clearance during the event.

54. exhibition, Curator: Team GG3

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