Harun Farocki: Counter Music

Public tour / German 01.04.17, 2 pm

Guided tours of the exhibition "Harun Farocki: Counter Music" take place every Saturday at 2 pm and every Sunday at 1:30 pm.
Harun Farocki (1944 – 2014) was a seminal figure amongst the filmmakers and intellectuals that emerged from the highly-charged political debates in Europe at the end of the 1960s. Emerging from within this vast body of work that combines humanist, anarchic, and aesthetic militancy, the exhibition explores the filmmaker’s continual analysis of shifting modes of labor, production, and consumption.
Public tours last 1 hour, cost 2 € and require no reservations. Please pay the exhibition entrance fee at the ticket counter. Private tours can also be booked for the time of your choice.

Information and reservations
+49 89 21127 113
fuehrungen@hausderkunst.de

Photo Julia Krüger

Stretch your view


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EXHIBITION

Harun Farocki: Counter Music

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Emerging from within a vast body of work that combines humanist, anarchic, and aesthetic militancy, "Harun Farocki: Counter Music" explores the artist's continual analysis of shifting modes of labor, production, and consumption. MORE

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