Frank Bowling: Mappa Mundi

Public tour / German 12.08.17, 2 pm

Guided tours of the exhibition "Frank Bowling: Mappa Mundi" take place every Saturday at 2 pm and every Sunday at 1:30 pm. 
"Frank Bowling: Mappa Mundi" presents a comprehensive overview of rare and never-before exhibited large-scale paintings along with other works by the Guyanese-born British painter Frank Bowling. 
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 Marion Vogel

Stretch your view


Stretch your view

Frank Bowling 

23.06.17 – 07.01.18 

Public tour / English

→ Friday, 25.08, 6:30 pm



EXHIBITION

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


Symposium

Art and Black Atlantic Cultures

Friday, 20.10, 11 am

A Symposium around the work of Frank Bowling with Ellen Gallagher, Isaac Julien, Steve McQueen & more MORE


EXHIBITION

Hans Haacke: Gift Horse

27.04 – 20.08.17

Haus der Kunst is proud to present the exhibition of Hans Haacke's celebrated monumental sculpture Gift Horse (2015). MORE


EXHIBITION

Kiki Smith — Procession

02.02 – 03.06.18

"Procession" embraces the multifaceted practice of American artist Kiki Smith and maps its development into the present day. MORE


Publication

Postwar: Art Between the Pacific and the Atlantic, 1945–1965 - Exhibition Guide

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Edition

Sarah Sze — Point to Point, 2017

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Edition

Thomas Struth

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Workshop 6 until 12 years

Frank Bowling

26.07.17, 2 pm

Frank Bowling introduces us to a new sensation of space! The large format of his paintings draws us into his world of images. Can colour create a sense of space? MORE


Opening

After-Opening Party

Thursday, 14.09, 7 pm

We bid farewell to another summer – and ring in our autumn program: Haus der Kunst opens its four new exhibitions. MORE


Workshop 6 until 12 years

Frank Bowling

Saturday, 23.09, 2 pm

Frank Bowling introduces us to a new sensation of space! The large format of his paintings draws us into his world of images. Can colour create a sense of space? MORE


Workshop 6 until 12 years

Frank Bowling

Saturday, 28.10, 2 pm

Frank Bowling introduces us to a new sensation of space! The large format of his paintings draws us into his world of images. Can colour create a sense of space? MORE


Workshop 6 until 12 years

Frank Bowling

Saturday, 25.11, 2 pm

Frank Bowling introduces us to a new sensation of space! The large format of his paintings draws us into his world of images. Can colour create a sense of space? MORE


Workshop 6 until 12 years

Frank Bowling

Saturday, 23.12, 2 pm

Frank Bowling introduces us to a new sensation of space! The large format of his paintings draws us into his world of images. Can colour create a sense of space? MORE


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 Hofgarten MORE


Art commission

DER ÖFFENTLICHKEIT: Sarah Sze

15.09.17 – 12.08.18

American artist Sarah Sze has designed a new installation for Haus der Kunst's Middle Hall as the fifth edition of the annual art commission DER ÖFFENTLICHKEIT ― VON DEN FREUNDEN HAUS DER KUNST. MORE


EXHIBITION

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


EXHIBITION

Thomas Struth: Figure Ground

05.05 – 17.09.17

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