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

Public tour / German 25.03.17, 3 pm

Themed tour "Alberto Giacometti, Francis Bacon"
Public tours of the exhibition "Postwar: Art between the Pacific and Atlantic, 1945-1965" take place Mondays at 6.30 pm (general tour), Thursdays at 8 pm (themed tour), Saturdays at 3 pm (themed tour) and Sundays at 4.30 pm (general tour).
The exhibition "Postwar" explores for the first time the postwar period as a global phenomenon. In eight chapters the show leads the visitor through the first two decades after the war, the dynamic relationships between artworks and artists, and the complex aesthetic forms that – following the chaos of World War Two – developed around the globe.
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


Stretch your view


Video

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


Publication

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

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Picture Gallery


Video

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

Teachers’ Guide for the exhibition “Postwar: Art between the Pacific and the Atlantic, 1945-1965”. MORE


Conference

"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