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Exhibition on the Olympic Park in Munich at the Architekturgalerie München

24-11-2022 - Events

Exhibition on the Olympic Park in Munich at the Architekturgalerie München

An exhibition on the Olympic Park in Munich at the Architekturgalerie München celebrates one of the most famous projects created by Günther Grzimek (1915-1996), a German landscape architect and advocate of a so-called democratic green. This year marks the 50th anniversary of the structures and of the park created for the 1972 Olympic Games. The exhibition is curated by Prof. Regine Keller with current photographs by The Pk Odessa Co.

A City Becomes Colourful, the history of graffiti in Hamburg

10-11-2022 - Events

A City Becomes Colourful, the history of graffiti in Hamburg

Narrating the evolution of the city through the urban art of graffiti. On the occasion of its 100th anniversary, the Museum for History Hamburg presents the exhibition entitled "A City Becomes Colourful. Hamburg Graffiti History 1980-1999", curated by Oliver Nebel, Frank Petering, Mirko Reisser and Andreas Timm, offering a special look at one of the most exciting chapters in the city's recent cultural history.

An exhibition about plants at Cologne’s Ludwig Museum

25-10-2022 - Events

An exhibition about plants at Cologne’s Ludwig Museum

The exhibition Green Modernism. The New View of Plants at Ludwig Museum in Cologne, Germany takes us back to the dawn of the twentieth century to examine the depiction of plants in the visual arts and how they were viewed in botany and society in general, in a pilot project for a sustainable exhibition.

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Exhibition Katharina Grosse. It Wasn’t Us in Berlin

16-06-2020 - Events

Exhibition Katharina Grosse. It Wasn’t Us in Berlin

The German artist Katharina Grosse is renowned for her multi-dimensional pictorial worlds where bright colours sweep across walls, ceilings, objects, and even entire buildings and landscapes. She has now transformed the Historic Hall of Hamburger Bahnhof – Museum für Gegenwart – Berlin, and the outdoor space behind the building, into an expansive painting which radically destabilises the architecture of this contemporary museum space.

Who will be curating the 6th Tallinn Architecture Biennale TAB2021?

15-05-2020 - Events

Who will be curating the 6th Tallinn Architecture Biennale TAB2021?

While we’re waiting to find out what’s happening to the 17th Architecture Biennale in Venice, we can take a look at the curatorial competition for another internationally-renowned architecture event - the Tallinn Architecture Biennale (TAB2021) - that will run from September to November 2021 in the Estonian capital.

The reopening of the MKG, Hamburg where culture is accessible again

06-05-2020 - Events

The reopening of the MKG, Hamburg where culture is accessible again

After being closed for seven weeks in response to the legislation to limit contagion during the COVID-19 pandemic, Germany is starting to open the cultural institutions again, including the famous Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe Hamburg (MKG), where visitors will be able to enjoy the exhibitions.

bauhaus.film.digitally.expanded, the ZKM exhibition goes onto the Internet

17-04-2020 - Events

bauhaus.film.digitally.expanded, the ZKM exhibition goes onto the Internet

The bauhaus.film.expanded exhibition at Zentrum für Kunst und Medien Karlsruhe (ZKM) that pays tribute to the Bauhaus world of moving images opened on 7 February 2020 and in response to the social distancing measures in place, it is now accessible in digital format on the centre’s site, with an extended programme.

Ana Amado y Montse Zamorano: an exhibition

08-04-2020 - Events

Ana Amado y Montse Zamorano: an exhibition

Looking at architecture through the eyes of two architecture photographers from Spain. The Ana Amado y Montse Zamorano exhibition curated by Javier Peña Ibáñez for the Cultural Foundation of Architects of La Rioja, Spain presents the visual narrative of two metropolises, Madrid and New York.

Impressions from the Art Souterrain Festival in Montreal

20-03-2020 - Events

Impressions from the Art Souterrain Festival in Montreal

RESET is the theme of the 12th Art Souterrain Festival that decorates 5 km from Montreal's underground pedestrian network - a classic urban non-place - and seven off-path locations to present works of contemporary art by fifty-five local and international artists.

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