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Key Visual „Erzähle mir von Europa“ / „Tell me about Europe” © Groupe Dejour

Goethe-Institut I Tell me about Europe

September - November 2020 (tbc)

"Tell Me about Europe" is an analogue and digital series of events in 13 European countries for the German EU Council Presidency initiate by the Goethe-Institut in which the memories of well-known Europeans are awakened and illuminated in the context of current views about Europe.

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Tina Braegger in ihrem Atelier, 2020 © Société

SOCIÉTÉ I Tina Braegger I Ich Werde Hier Sein im Sonnenschein und im Schatten

8. September – 10. October 2020

For Braegger, the bear is a symbol like any other. In the exhibition, the dancing bear undergoes significant shifts in scale and perspective, appearing in fragmented and enlarged form over a number of different canvases. It’s peculiar charm derives from its emptiness and openness to change.

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Raimund Girke, Weiße Weiten I, 1989 © Estate Raimund Girke Photo: Lepkowski Studios Berlin

KEWENIG Gallery I Raimund Girke » Im Rhythmus «

11. September – 7. November 2020

The exhibition focuses on the painter's main creative phase between 1980 and 1999, when a linear development in his work had already dissolved. The predominance of the colour white represents the essential constant in Girke's work through various phases of his career.

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Tong Kunniao, Balancing Bird, 2019 ©Tong Kunniao

Tong Kunniao - JUST STAY IN THE COLD | XC·HuA Gallery

11. September - 12. Dezember 2020

In his first solo exhibition at XC·HuA Gallery, Chinese artist Tong Kunniao presents new kinetic sculptures, paintings and mixed-media installations, paired with his eccentric, mechanical object performances.

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Architecture collective Felleskapsprosjektet å Fortette Byen (FFB), Meahccetrošša/Matatu, Karasjok, 2011. Photo: Joar Nango

JOAR NANGO - THE FESTIVAL EXHIBITION I Bergen Kunsthall

04. September - 08. November 2020

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Umut Yasat „Der Stapel 37“, 2019, Courtesy: the Artist, Photo: © Durjoy Bangladesh Foundation

MAJHI INTERNATIONAL ART RESIDENCY PROGRAM IN BERLIN

24. August  – 12. September 2020

Durjoy Bangladesh Foundation will be hosting the 2nd edition of Majhi International Art Residency Program. Seven international artists with different backgrounds and practices will be working together. The curator of the second edition is Zippora Elders, currently based in Amsterdam and Berlin.

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Stine Deja & Marie Munk Synthetic Seduction, 2018 video still Courtesy: the artists

REAL FEELINGS - Emotion and Technology I Haus der elektronischen Künste Basel

27. August - 15. November 2020

The international group exhibition REAL FEELINGS explores the rapidly changing relationship between technology and emotions. Works by 20 artists* are presented, ranging from interactive installations to artificial intelligence, animations, video installations etc.

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Jacob Hurwitz-Goodman & Daniel Keller, The Seasteaders, 2018, Videostill, © Jacob Hurwitz-Goodman & Daniel Keller

Beyond States - Über die Grenzen von Staatlichkeit | Zeppelin Museum Friedrichshafen

21. Januar - 06. Juni 2021

The exhibition is dedicated to the socio-political significance of state borders and uses the three constituent features - national territory, citizenship and state power - to investigate the current and future significance of the state.

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debatorial® for the exhibition "Beyond States" at the Zeppelin Museum

Der digitale Prolog zur Ausstellung

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Keyvisual, VR KUNSTPREIS der DKB in Kooperation mit CAA Berlin

VR ART PRIZE by DKB in Cooperation with CAA Berlin

Open Call: 5. Mai - 30. Juni 2020

For the first time, Deutsche Kreditbank AG (DKB), in cooperation with the Contemporary Arts Alliance Berlin (CAA Berlin), awards an art prize for virtual reality in visual arts. Open Call runs from 5 May to 30 June, 2020.

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Claudius Schulze TQ1066-RP5013.18 Zeitgenössische Hummelsammlung, Entomologischer Verein Krefeld, © Claudius Schulze/ Galerie Robert Morat

Claudius Schulze - Biosphere X I Alfred Ehrhardt Foundation

12. September - 20. Dezember 2020

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Isabelle Le Minh, Épitrope, nach Alfred Ehrhardt, Pigmentdruck auf Baryt-Papier, Alu-Dibond und Installation aus Büchern, 2019, 115 x 85 cm, © Isabelle Le Minh / ADAGP, Paris 2020

Isabelle Le Minh: Cristal Réel | Alfred Ehrhardt Stiftung

27. Juni – 06. September 2020

In this exhibition, German-French artist Isabelle Le Minh (*1965) reinterprets Alfred Ehrhardt's crystal photographs.

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Artist Emma Jääskeläinen © Finnish National Gallery: Petri Virtanen

Kiasma Commission by Kordelin: EMMA JÄÄSKELÄINEN

02. Juni - 22. November 2020

Emma Jääskeläinen’s new sculptural installation invites the audience to take part in a playful and highly visual fantasy journey in the iconic lobby of Kiasma.

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Liisa Lounila, Comfort Zone, 2019, VR-video Text: Jussi Valtonen Voice and sound design: Oliver Lyons, courtesy of the artist

LIISA LOUNILA - SHADOW ZONE | Kiasma - Museum of Contemporary Art, Helsinki

28. Februar 2020 - 10. Januar 2021

In her solo exhibition 'Shadow Zone', multimedia artist Liisa Lounila seeks to expose unpredictable and mystic elements of daily life. She reminds us of time’s inexorable passage.

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R34, 1919, © Archiv der Luftschiffbau Zeppelin GmbH

Vernetzung der Welt | Zeppelin Museum Friedrichshafen

13. Dezember 2019 – 01. November 2020

In 1919 the Atlantic was crossed for the first time without a stopover - almost simultaneously by an airplane and the airship R34. The Zeppelin Museum tells the story of this spectacular first flight.

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Rohkunstbau 25, Installationsansicht: José Noguero, 2020, Foto: Jan Brockhaus, (c) Jan Brockhaus (c) VG Bild-Kunst Bonn

ROHKUNSTBAU 25 | Tenderness - About Common Living

27. Juni - 20. September 2020

This year, the international art project ROHKUNSTBAU celebrates its 25th exhibition under the title "Tenderness - About Common Living" at Lieberose Castle on the edge of the Spree forest.

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Maurizio Nannucci, Never Move Far From Color © Florian Reittner Fotografen

NEON DELIGHT | Center for International Light Art Unna

14. März - 29. November 2020

The Centre for International Light Art in Unna presents NEON DELIGHT. The exhibition focuses on how artists have used neon as their basic material from the 1960s to today, and on the role that neon has played in art as a whole.