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.
With its three houses, the Deichtorhallen Hamburg offers one of Europe’s largest exhibition venues for contemporary art and photography, now welcoming visitors with a new place to complement the art experience with a sociable setting that stimulates communication and the exchange of ideas.
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.
The firm Zaha Hadid Architects has designed Hamburg’s new riverside promenade. It is the city’s new landmark, a key feature of its urban design. A 625-metre-long promenade with an important function: the modernisation and reinforcement of the system that protects Hamburg from the floods of the Elbe river.
Design, running at the Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe Hamburg (MKG), Germany, to emphasise the social responsibility of designers in the fields of urban planning, housing, education, and the environment.
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