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A City Becomes Colourful, the history of graffiti in Hamburg

10-11-2022

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.

Ask me if I believe in the future: an exhibition about optimism at MK&G in Hamburg

31-10-2022

Ask me if I believe in the future: an exhibition about optimism at MK&G in Hamburg

How would we like to change the future? What ideas, questions and strategies do designers require in order to come up with visions of a better future, and produce applicable solutions? Ask Me if I Believe in the Future is the title of an exhibition that closed on October 23 answering the questions Hamburg’s Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe put to curator and critic Maria Cristina Didero, who worked on Ask Me if I Believe in the Future with six designers from four different countries.

Exhibition Mining Photography. The ecological footprint of image production at MKG Hamburg

25-08-2022

Exhibition Mining Photography. The ecological footprint of image production at MKG Hamburg

The exhibition 'Mining Photography: The Ecological Footprint of Image Production' at the Museum für Kunst & Gewerbe MKG in Hamburg opens up the background of a much-loved art and discipline, namely the ecological impact of photography. Because little do we know about how many raw materials were and are needed to make a photograph.

Studio DRIFT at MK&G to honour the Elbphilharmonie

12-01-2022

Studio DRIFT at MK&G to honour the Elbphilharmonie

Five years have gone by since the opening of Herzog & de Meuron’s Elbphilharmonie in Hamburg. World-famous artistic duo DRIFT marks the occasion with the exhibition “Moments of Connection” at the Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe Hamburg (MK&G), the biggest presentation of the duo’s work in Germany so far. The spring will also see the debut of the "Breaking Waves” performance commissioned by the Ebphilharmonie in close coordination with MK&G.

ADEPT’s CLT building for the Wandsbek district in Hamburg

29-06-2021

ADEPT’s CLT building for the Wandsbek district in Hamburg

Danish architectural studio ADEPT won the design competition for construction of a large public building with a total surface area of 34,000 sqm in the Wandsbek district of Hamburg, Germany, due to be completed in 2026. The building will be one of Germany’s largest CLT (Cross Laminated Timber) constructions, offering a concrete example as a pilot project using wood as the ideal material for sustainable buildings.

MKG, digital tour of the exhibition Together. The New Architecture of the Collective

24-02-2021

MKG, digital tour of the exhibition Together. The New Architecture of the Collective

Hamburg’s MK&G Museum offers a digital tour of the exhibition Together. The New Architecture of the Collective, investigating the growing trend toward collective living solutions.

Exhibition and App on the theme of life with no consequences at the MK&G Hamburg

01-12-2020

Exhibition and App on the theme of life with no consequences at the MK&G Hamburg

The exhibition called School of No Consequences. Exercises for a New Life at the MK&G in Hamburg asks itself the question of what life would be without consequences, in its meaning as a sustainable life, and explores the historical models and effects on each of us individually and on society as a whole. Now there’s even an App to expand the exhibition that is still closed for in-person visits by Covid-19 restrictions.

gmp plans a refurbishment project in central Hamburg:  Alter Wall 2-32

14-10-2020

gmp plans a refurbishment project in central Hamburg: Alter Wall 2-32

The Alter Wall 2-32 renovation project by gmp von Gerkan, Marg and Partners Architects brings new life to central Hamburg. Historic buildings have been renovated to give the city new spaces and pedestrian zones, while uncovering and revealing architectural elements that had been hidden as the buildings were changed over the years.

Kunsthalle Hamburg, UNFINISHED STORIES

05-08-2020

Kunsthalle Hamburg, UNFINISHED STORIES

On the occasion of its 150th anniversary, the Hamburger Kunsthalle is staging the exhibition UNFINISHED STORIES to showcase significant parts of its international contemporary art collection, one of the most relevant of its kind in Germany. A great excuse to go to Hamburg and visit the complex on the Alster River that was revamped and expanded in 2016.

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