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NEW! #BlogHDKAnnual resolutions and programme preview 2022
A Happy New Year to all of you, may it bring many inspiring art experiences.
NEW! #BlogHDK"A call to disorder"
A transcript of a conversation between artist Lamin Fofana and Curator Sarah Miles on his installation in the Terrace Hall of Haus der Kunst. They talk about unconventional spaces, the artist’s practice and his sources, the tyranny of Western music theory and much more.
NEW! #BlogHDKThe Artists’ Index of the Haus der Deutschen Kunst
The artists’ index of the Haus der Deutschen Kunst (House of German Art) is one of the central and most noteworthy sources in the collection of our Historical Archive. Sabine Brantl discusses this document in her blog post, which can also be viewed digitally in the Archive Gallery.
NEW! #BlogHDKAction Week: Digital Art Education at Haus der Kunst to the exhibition "Phyllida Barlow. frontier"
The program for the action week of July 12-18, 2021, is all about digital, creative, and innovative communication. The program was developed by students at the Institute for Art Education at the Ludwig Maximilian University in Munich. All events take place online and are free of charge.
NEW! #BlogHDKPHOTOS WANTED: #MyBarlowMoment
Instagram promotion: Be inspired by Barlow's sculptures and walk through the city, capturing your very own Barlow moment on camera. Then post your favourite picture on Instagram using the hashtag #MyBarlowMoment.
NEW! #BlogHDK“True Love will find you in the End (Sermon for the Birds)"
With the new production "True Love will find you in the End (Sermon for the Birds)" by the artist Cyrill Lachauer, made especially for this corridor of HdK, visitors can be transported to the moment of the dawning day, filled with morning birdsong.
NEW! #BlogHDKlearning to make it work – thoughts on installing ‘frontier’
Phyllida Barlow has found the installation process of her exhibition “frontier” in the Haus der Kunst both stimulating and instructive.
NEW! #BlogHDKFauna and Flora at Haus der Kunst (Winter Edition)
In this blog post, Christine Wunnicke once again lets us participate in her nocturnal walks. This time reporting on a wintry natural spectacle of foggy clouds, the beauty of a dissected toad, and an evil bunny on a glass door.
NEW! #BlogHDKRe-Installation: Mel Bochner “The Joys of Yiddish”
Mel Bochner’s word chain “The Joys of Yiddish” (2006) is displayed on the cornice of Haus der Kunst.
NEW! #BlogHDKEuropean art history in the work of Michael Armitage
This blog post outlines the discourse between Michael Armitage’s works and European art history.