Postwar: Art Between the Pacific and the Atlantic, 1945–1965
Workshop 6 until 12 years 25.02.17, 11 am
ART LAB II
In specific chapters of the exhibition, we will look at how various artists from around the world dealt with memory, experiences, and new beginnings following World War Two. Their choice of material and form also reveal the eventful course of the 20th century after 1945. Based on individual works, we will explore the unusual life paths of selected artists, who guide us around the globe. What role did an artist’s cultural background and personal experience have on his or her work? Employing unusual materials and new techniques in the studio, you will test your own ideas and imagination to create installations.
Registration reserves a spot for both you and your child. If for some reason you are unable to attend, please let us know as soon as possible.
Workshop für 6- bis 12-Jährige
2,5 h, 9 €/Person, mit Anmeldung
Kinder- und Jugendprogramm
+49 89 21127 118
Stretch your view
Stretch your view
Postwar / Trailer
The trailer gives an impression of the extensive exhibition and the works on view. In eight dramatic chapters, the exhibition guides visitors through the first 20 years following the end of World War II. MORE
Postwar: Art Between the Pacific and the Atlantic, 1945–1965 - Exhibition Guide
Cinema Season — "Postwar"
14.10.16 – 26.03.17
Curated by distinguished scholar and curator Mark Nash, this cinema season presents a series of tightly contextualized vignettes. MORE
Postwar / exhibition film
The video allows a closer look at the works in the exhibition and its structure, commented by the three co-curators of the exhibition, Okwui Enwezor, Katy Siegel and Ulrich Wilmes. MORE
Teachers’ Guide for the exhibition “Postwar: Art between the Pacific and the Atlantic, 1945-1965”. MORE
"Postwar – Art between the Pacific and the Atlantic, 1945-1965"
21.05 – 24.05.14
Convened at Haus der Kunst in collaboration with the Tate Modern in 21-24 May, 2014, the "Postwar — Art between the Pacific and Atlantic, 1945-1965" conference is an attempt to reconsider and re-examine the two decades following World War II. MORE