As a global public institution, Haus der Kunst sees it as its duty to work together with artists and visitors against antisemitism, islamophobia, racism and discrimination, and to promote respectful dialogue. The history of Haus der Kunst is a category of memory that must be kept alive and requires active engagement. This is what Haus der Kunst continuously strives for, with the support of artists, cultural workers and our community. Artists who exhibit at Haus der Kunst actively engage in this process of debate.

Haus der Kunst strives to implement an experimental, transnational and trans-disciplinary programme of the highest quality and relevance, in which different points of view are included and reflected upon. In this way, Haus der Kunst creates a critical context to detect and illuminate the historical dimension in the contemporary. Human dignity and protection against any form of misanthropy forms the basis of this commitment.