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NEW! #BlogHDKPeeling Away the Layers of History. A Conversation with Elisabeth Kübler about Heidi Bucher
On the occasion of the retrospective "Heidi Bucher. Metamorphoses" at Haus der Kunst, Carina Bukuts talks with Elisabeth Kübler, former director of Galerie Maeght, about Heidi Bucher, their relationship to each other, and the beginnings of feminism in art.
NEW! #BlogHDKHeidi Bucher’s Metamorphoses. Emancipation of the Body in Space
On the occasion of the Heidi Bucher retrospective at Haus der Kunst, curator Dr. Jana Baumann analyzes the artist's life's work in her publication and places it in an art historical context.
NEW! #BlogHDKlearning to make it work – thoughts on installing ‘frontier’
Phyllida Barlow has found the installation process of her exhibition “frontier” in the Haus der Kunst both stimulating and instructive.
NEW! #BlogHDKFauna and Flora at Haus der Kunst (Winter Edition)
In this blog post, Christine Wunnicke once again lets us participate in her nocturnal walks. This time reporting on a wintry natural spectacle of foggy clouds, the beauty of a dissected toad, and an evil bunny on a glass door.
NEW! #BlogHDKRe-Installation: Mel Bochner “The Joys of Yiddish”
Mel Bochner’s word chain “The Joys of Yiddish” (2006) is displayed on the cornice of Haus der Kunst.
NEW! #BlogHDKEuropean art history in the work of Michael Armitage
This blog post outlines the discourse between Michael Armitage’s works and European art history.
NEW! #BlogHDKHaus der Kunst - 2021 Program Preview
All exhibitions of the year 2021 at Haus der Kunst
NEW! #BlogHDKObituary for Herman Daled
Our former director Chris Dercon wrote a very personal and warm-hearted obituary for the collector Herman Daled.
NEW! #BlogHDKMwili, Akili na Roho – East African Figurative Painting of the 1970s — 90s
One room in the exhibition "Michael Armitage. Paradise Edict" presents East African painters that are thus key acteurs within the articulation of East African Modernism, and as such have significantly shaped Michael Armitage as an artist. We introduce those artists and their works on the Blog.
NEW! #BlogHDK‘and my hearth for whose fire you envy me’
This blog series is an homage by four former students of the artist and teacher Franz Erhard Walther.