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OPEN CALL FOR DIRECTOR OF THE BERLIN BIENNALE
The Berlin Biennale opens applications for the Director’s position. Deadline to apply: February 24, 2024.
CELEBRATING THE GRANDMOTHER AS A FIGURE OF KNOWLEDGE
Kunstinstituut Melly presented My Oma, a project that involves a group exhibition, concerts, performance, public programs and education activities. Conceptually interlaced throughout these formats are the figure of the grandmother, queries on ancestral knowledge, and ideas of cultural heritage.
LYGIA CLARK AND FRANZ ERHARD WALTHER’S ARTISTIC EXPLORATION
The VILLA in Fulda, Germany presents Action as Sculpture, an encounter between Lygia Clark and Franz Erhard Walther.
ANCESTRAL CLOUDS ANCESTRAL CLAIMS. ANTI-COLONIALIST CINEMA AT VIENNA
Ancestral Clouds Ancestral Claims is Arjuna Neuman and Denise Ferreira da Silva’s first solo exhibition in Austria at Kunstalle Wien. It is centered around the presentation of new work.
SURREAL FUTURES. THE EXHIBITION AT MAX ERNST MUSEUM BRÜHL DES LVR
Curated by Patrick Blümel, the exhibition SURREAL FUTURES features 31 international positions from the fields of digital and media art, presenting forward-looking perspectives on Surrealism.
ARTIST-IN-RESIDENCE OPEN CALL IN SPREEPARK ART SPACE, BERLIN
Spreepark Art Space presented a new international artist residency program in Berlin – an artistic workshop for an interdisciplinary group of four, or artists that have always wanted to collaborate with a collective of that size. Application deadline: October 26th, 2023.
EXPLORING THE IDEA OF INTERCONNECTION IN CAMILA SPOSATI’S EXHIBTION AT STUTTGART
Breath Pieces is Camila Sposati’s –a Brazilian artist and researcher– first solo exhibition in Germany. The artist creates a unique experiential space that vibrates throughout the city of Stuttgart and builds on her artistic exploration over the past years.
HERE AND NOW AT MUSEUM LUDWIG: ANTI-COLONIAL INTERVENTIONS
The eighth project in the exhibition series “HERE AND NOW at Museum Ludwig” embarks on an anti-colonial journey through the permanent collection.
CONCRETE GLOBAL! PUTS TOGETHER ARTISTS FROM ALL THE WORLD TO REDEFINE CONCRETE ART
The Museum im Kulturspeicher Würzburg presents exhibition CONCRETE GLOBAL! taking the idea of concrete art as a global phenomenon for the first time and examining its aesthetic manifestations, socio-political dimensions and its networks worldwide on the basis of key figures and works.
BERLIN - “CHURCH FOR SALE” EXPOSES THE VIOLENCE OF POLITICS AND THE POETICS OF COMMUNITY
On its 25th anniversary, Hamburger Bahnhof – Museum für Gegenwart – Berlin shows important works from the Nationalgalerie Collection and the Haubrok Collection. A spacious architectural design was developed in the museum’s Historical Hall especially for the occasion. Highlighted among the works are those by Alfredo Jaar and Ruben Ochoa.
LA INTERMUNDIAL HOLOBIENTE
La Intermundial Holobiente is an inter/un-disciplinary group that attempts to invent imaginative practices based on modes of thought that are more than human —that is, not anthropo-centered. Its members are Claudia Fontes, visual artist represented by the gallery, philosopher Paula Fleisner and writer Pablo M. Ruiz.
UNDER CONSTRUCTION: NEW ACQUISITIONS FOR THE NATIONALGALERIE’S COLLECTION
The Hamburger Bahnhof is holding an exhibition entitled Under Construction, which will present the latest additions to the Nationalgalerie collection. The museum has been able to acquire these new objects over the past few years thanks in large part to funding from the Freunde der Nationalgalerie.
ART & ARCHITECTURE BETWEEN STUTTGART AND CARACAS
With “Gego. The Architecture of an Artist” the Kunstmuseum Stuttgart is dedicating a second exhibition to the artist Gertrud Goldschmidt (Hamburg 1912–1994 Caracas).
GERMAN PAVILION AT THE 59TH VENICE BIENNALE: A QUESTION ON PAVILIONS THEMSELVES
The German Pavilion at the 59th International Art Exhibition—la Biennale di Venezia in 2022 will feature the artist Maria Eichhorn. By choosing Eichhorn, who was born in Bamberg in 1962 and lives in Berlin, the curator Yilmaz Dziewior has decided in favor of an internationally highly recognized artist known as much for her conceptual approach as for her subtle sense of humor. With her visually minimal gestures, spatial interventions, and process-based works, Eichhorn critically examines institutional power structures and political and economic interrelationships.