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NEW! #BlogHDK"a set of tools by Günther Löscher" - From tools to an art edition
In the context of the show "Interiorities", the Portuguese artist Leonor Antunes designed an art edition for Haus der Kunst, which was created in cooperation with Porzellan Manufaktur Nymphenburg and inspired by the original tools of Günther Löscher, the head of the company.
NEW! #BlogHDKSung Tieu’s Zugzwang: A Myriad of Meanings
An insight into Sung Tieu's extensive new production Zugzwang for the Capsule 11 at Haus der Kunst, the largest and most comprehensive work by the German-Vietnamese artist to date.
NEW! #BlogHDK5 Artist Talks from the Film Archive
Out of our comprehensive film archive, we have picked 5 selected artist talks for you, that you can enjoy from home.
NEW! #BlogHDKThe Cosmos in a Room
The question of cosmopolitanism in today's society has acquired a new urgency through the strengthening of right-wing and nationalistic tendencies. Anna Schneider investigates the current discourse and creates a reference to the exhibition „Interiorities“.
NEW! #BlogHDKStretch your view! Haus der Kunst launches a museum blog
As a new internet-based communication channel and mediation platform, the blog allows us to let our online community participate in the development of our exhibitions and events in the international art scene and to convey the content of Haus der Kunst in diverse ways.
NEW! #BlogHDKAn Exhibition in the Making - Franz Erhard Walther
Studio visits, long conversations and trips to lenders: before an exhibition becomes a reality, several years of work take place behind the scenes. In a series of images, we present a few moments from the long planning phase of the exhibition dedicated to Franz Erhard Walther.
NEW! #BlogHDK#INTERIORITIES - Social Media campaign on the exhibition “Interiorities”
What does an interior space say today about our state of mind and our relationship with exterior space?
NEW! #BlogHDKBrainwashed - Sammlung Goetz in Haus der Kunst
In "Brainwashed", shown in the former air shelter at Haus der Kunst, mechanisms of manipulated vision and emotions, as well as attitudes of reception in event societies influenced by these mechanisms, become tangible. A tour through the exhibition.
NEW! #BlogHDKDonald Duck and Dithyrambs – The serial paintings by Markus Lüpertz
In the early 1960s, the young painter Markus Lüpertz wanted to animate his paintings and set them in motion. He developed a serial painting approach that was heavily influenced by the films and cinema of his time. Pamela Kort's essay explores the beginnings of this form of painting.