The blog of Haus der Kunst
There are many more stories to tell than are initially obvious in our exhibition rooms. The blog offers insights behind the scenes more diverse infos on the exhibitions, artists and the work at Haus der Kunst.
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NEW! #BlogHDKProvenance Research at Haus der Kunst
As a non-collecting center for contemporary art, Haus der Kunst primarily has a supporting role in provenance research. Sabine Brantl, Head of Archive at Haus der Kunst, gives an introduction into her research.
NEW! #BlogHDK“Concealed behind this are historically notable events” – Memories from Munich's queer culture
Entire biographies can lay behind an inconspicuous flyer, a single photo or the floor plan of a flat. As part of the "Archives in Residence" series, the HDK Archiv Galerie presents documents from Munich's queer history and culture. Three protagonists describe their memories associate with them.
NEW! #BlogHDKThe Artists’ Index of the Haus der Deutschen Kunst
The artists’ index of the Haus der Deutschen Kunst (House of German Art) is one of the central and most noteworthy sources in the collection of our Historical Archive. Sabine Brantl discusses this document in her blog post, which can also be viewed digitally in the Archive Gallery.
NEW! #BlogHDKWounds of Memory
On the northern terrace of Haus der Kunst you will find the installation "Wounds of Memory", which was mounted on a column at the back of the building. A reminder of the scars of the Second World War, the end of which will be celebrated for the 75th time on 8 May.