With the transdisciplinary project Untie to Tie, which began in 2017, Alya Sebti has developed an exhibition and research project for ifa Gallery Berlin that initiated a discourses around the legacies of colonialism as well as movement, migration, and the environment.

Through an approach that observes, complicates, and re-narrates the world from multiplicitous and plural perspectives, ifa Gallery Berlin shapes empowering processes, interactions, and artistic spaces.

In its exhibitions and educational programming, and by entering alliances, the gallery’s program sits with contradictions and both retraces and reconfigures global entanglements.

Address and Contact

ifa-Galerie Berlin
Linienstraße 139/140
10115 Berlin
Telephone: +49.30.284491.10
E-Mail: ifa-galerie-berlin@ifa.de

Opening hours

Tuesday – Sunday 14:00—18:00
Thursday 14:00—20:00
Mondays closed

Free entry


The current contact and hygiene guidelines apply. The opening of ifa Gallery Berlin will be subject to the corona prevention measures in effect at the time.


The exhibition space of ifa Gallery Berlin is located on the ground floor and is wheelchair accessible via the back entrance in the courtyard. The gallery doesn’t have a wheelchair-accessible bathroom.


U Oranienburger Tor: U6 S Oranienburger Straße: S1, S2, S25, S26, Tram 12, M1, M5, M10, Bus M1