res·o·nant – je průchozí světelná a zvuková instalace konceptuálního umělce Mischy Kuballa. Instalace vznikla přímo pro nový výstavní prostor v přízemí Libeskindovy budovy.
Výstavný projekt je netradične navrhnutý do átria Esterházyho paláca ako séria malých výstav k osmičkovým výročiam: februáru 1948, augustu 1968 a októbru 1918.
The Hamburger Kunsthalle owns an important collection of international contemporary art from the 1960s to the present. One of the museum’s central missions is to preserve its collection for future generations and to continue to expand it through acquisitions and gifts. At the same time, it is a great pleasure to keep the collection alive and accessible to our visitors by presenting the works in changing constellations. HONEY, I REARRANGED THE COLLECTION tells of the joy of working with such a rich collection, highlighting its narrative abundance and diversity. HONEY, I REARRANGED THE COLLECTION – originally the title of a work group by the American artist Allen Ruppersberg – is a cordial invitation to (re)discover the Hamburger Kunsthalle’s collection of contemporary art. The large-scale presentation has been conceived to span a period of three years, with each year dedicated to a central realm of human knowledge and experience. The first exhibition addresses the relationship between people and things, the second will focus on interpersonal relationships, and the last on how we relate to the space that surrounds us.
The collection exhibition on the third floor of Kiasma updates our view of contemporary art in the Baltic region, bringing together 26 artists from Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Finland and Russia. Countries around the Baltic Sea are united by geography and history. The region is a point of confluence for many economic, political and cultural interests. Hansa towns, the Soviet Union, Via Baltica, a gas pipeline and nature protection have unified countries and people while also separating them.
In February 2018, for the residency format A Year with …, P. Krishnamurthy opened a space called K, (“K-Komma”). Located outside of KW Institute for Contemporary Art in Berlin-Schöneberg, this “workshop for exhibition-making” proposes a space between “studio and cube”.
Wu Tsang (nar. 1982) využila pozvání k ročnímu tvůrčímu pobytu v Martin-Gropius-Bau.
In recent years, many special exhibitions on topics in the natural, cultural, and social sciences have repositioned the Deutsches Hygiene-Museum as a museum of man. In 2004 and 2005, the museum gained yet another important dimension for its visitors when the permanent exhibition opened in two stages. Scientific developments, particularly those in reproductive medicine, brain research, or nanotechnology, pose new challenges for the museum, which until 1990 had focused on disseminating conventional information on health. Lifelike and attractively designed classical exhibits as well as independent, hands-on learning activities have always been the salient strengths of this Dresden museum and they still are in the permanent exhibition. Encompassing an area of ca. 2.500 square meters, it presents over 1,300 objects, most of them from the museum’s own collection. Items on loan from other institutions complement specially made media units and interactive displays to provide an informative and engaging museum experience. Addressing the vastly different needs of the visitors, this multifaceted approach to the topics treated in the exhibition has come to make the Deutsches Hygiene-Museum one of Europe’s most interesting museums of science. The permanent exhibition revolves around a topic that is as obvious as it is demanding: the human being. There is […]
For the first time in its history, the museum is able to offer a free taster of its collection – featuring over 1,000 objects. Designer Maker User is an introduction to the history of contemporary design through three interconnected roles – the Designer, the User and the Maker.
There is no avoiding Erwin Wurm in 2017. Internationally represented in several major exhibitions, his works are most notably be shown alongside Brigitte Kowanz at the Austrian Pavilion of this year’s Art Biennial in Venice. The Belvedere has been documenting the renowned artist’s work in preparation for the Biennale and, beginning in June, the Belvedere 21 will show his statues and performative sculptures. To kick things off, visitors are greeted by Wurm’s Fat House on the Upper Belvedere.
In gallery space devoted to the permanent collection, the Guggenheim is showcasing its rich holdings of the work of Constantin Brancusi (1876–1957).
For the first time in 25 years, the Jewish Museum presents a major new exhibition of its unparalleled collection. Scenes from the Collection transforms the entire third floor with nearly 600 works from antiquities to contemporary art, many of which are on view for the first time at the Museum. Art and Jewish objects are shown together, affirming universal values that are shared among people of all faiths and backgrounds.
MAXXI. Museo Nazionale Delle Arti Del XXI Secolo
me Collectors Room
MMK – Museum für Moderne Kunst
MMOMA – Moscow Museum of Modern Art
Mumok – museum moderner kunst stiftung ludwig wien
Museé du Louvre
Musées d’art et d’histoire
Museo Nacional del Prado
Museum für Fotografie