Oscar Murillo, a futile mercantile disposition, 2016, oil and oil stick on canvas and linen, stainless steel, vinyl, latex, copper, PVC tubing, self-hardening clay with ground corn, and single channel video, Dimensions variable. Courtesy of David Zwirner, New York/London

EXHIBITION

Capsule 07: Oscar Murillo

15.09.17 – 18.03.18

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Polina Kanis. The Procedure, 2017; Video installation HD (color, sound) 25:23 min; Courtesy of the artist

EXHIBITION

Capsule 08: Polina Kanis

15.09.17 – 18.03.18

Polina Kanis (Saint Petersburg) reconsiders the boundaries between film, photography and performance. More

Bjørn Melhus, Again & Again (The borderer)(Filmstill)1998, 1-Kanal-Videoinstallation,(Farbe, Ton), auf 8 Monitoren, Courtesy Sammlung Goetz, Medienkunst, München

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Again and Again

15.09.17 – 08.04.18

Again and Again presents a selection of works by artists such as Mark Leckey, Bjørn Melhus, Tracey Emin, and Brice Dellsperger which exhibit a fascination for the cleaved or reproduced subject. The works collectively probe the notion of selfhood at the turn of the twenty-first century.More

Große Deutsche Kunstausstellung 1937, Stadtarchiv München, DE-1992-FS-NS-00456

Permanent Exhibition

Archive Gallery 2017/18

18.07.17 – 04.02.18

The focus is the summer of 1937 in Munich, when the new Haus der Deutschen Kunst opened with the first "Große Deutsche Kunstausstellung", and the vilified show "Entartete Kunst" [Degenerate Art] was presented concurrently in the gallery building in the nearby HofgartenMore

Frank Bowling, Barticaflats, 1986, Courtesy the Artist and Hales Gallery © VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2016

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Frank Bowling: Mappa Mundi

23.06.17 – 07.01.18

The comprehensive overview presents rare and never-before exhibited large-scale paintings along with other works by the Guyanese-born British painter Frank Bowling.More

EXHIBITION

Thomas Struth: Figure Ground

05.05.17 – 07.01.18

This exhibition of the renowned German photographer Thomas Struth (born in 1954), presents a comprehensive survey of his genre-defining oeuvre. More