Schloss Neuhardenberg Foundation | Christiane Möbus

April 1 - June 4, 2023 | Schloss Neuhardenberg | Wildwechsel

On 1 April, the Stiftung Schloss Neuhardenberg opens the exhibition Wildwechsel with works by Christiane Möbus (*1947). Möbus uses the example of her own family history to examine the effects of flight and expulsion on the next generation.

In her most personal exhibition to date, she makes her own family history the subject of discussion for the first time; in the objects and photographs on display, she creates impressive images as ciphers of her past and family relationships. The works presented create a sounding board for viewers to make their own associations about origins and family.

DIMENSIONS - Digital Art ● since 1859 | Pittlerwerke, Leipzig

April 19 - July 9, 2023

Digitalization has always embraced art; and today, aritsts worldwide are creating new digital spaces and narratives. DIMENSIONS shows how art has been shaped by the dialogue between new technologies and artistic forms of expression throughout history.

Around 60 artworks from the 19th century to the present will be shown in a space covering 10,000 square meters, creating a singular exhibition experience that explains how art and technological developments are interrelated. The venue, an impressive industrialization-era machine factory, creates a fitting symbolic home for the exhibition: the machinery that once revolutionized society has been replaced with today's digital art revolution

Miettinen Collection | Berlin | André Butzer

April 28 - August 27, 2023

Timo Miettinen is extraordinarily pleased to host a special show arranged by André Butzer, on the occasion of the painter’s 50th birthday, including more than 20 mostly never before shown works, among them Untitled, 1999, from the artist’s personal collection. The exhibition at Salon Dahlmann pays tribute to Butzer’s 30 years as a painter and coincides with his presentation at the Villa Kebbel | Oberpfälzer Künstlerhaus in Schwandorf as well as his comprehensive retrospective at the Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza in Madrid.

In addition to his own exhibition at Salon Dahlmann, Butzer has selected 18 works by artists from the Miettinen Collection for a presentation in the collector’s living quarters.

25 years "Casa di Goethe" in Rome

23 March - December 2023: „Casa di Goethe intervenzioni“

On the occasion of its 25th anniversary, the "Museum Casa di Goethe" in Rome is taking a fresh look at its permanent exhibition. Together with students from the Weissensee art college in Berlin, interventions have been created that bring contemporary reflections and new insights into the presentation of the collection and connect the museum to our present. From 24 March until the end of the year, the "Casa di Goethe intervenzioni" will be on display in the permanent exhibition of the Casa di Goethe.

The 'Intervenzioni' are a first step in setting the course for the future of Germany's only museum abroad. The apartment in Via del Corso, where Goethe lived with other artists from 1786 to 1788, will be more closely connected to the here and now and developed into a place of lively cultural exchange.

Museum Küppersmühle | Duisburg | E. W. Nay - Retrospektive

March 24 - August 06, 2023

Last year, Ernst Wilhelm Nay would have turned 120. To mark the occasion, the MKM Museum Küppersmühle is showing a comprehensive, retrospective exhibition with works from all five decades of his artistic career. Nay remains a famous protagonist of German post-war modernism to this day. His formal abstraction asserted itself parallel to Informel

The exhibition at the MKM presents around 70 paintings covering all creative phases of Nay's oeuvre. Beginning with his late paintings, the retrospective leads chronologically back through the stylistically and thematically different stages of his work. Depending on the period in which they were created, Nay's works fascinate with their intensive colour-form interaction, their surface-space composition or figure-ground correlation.

Franz Erhard Walther Foundation | Fulda | VILLA

The Franz Erhard Walther Foundation and the City of Fulda presents Walther's work in the VILLA permanently in his hometown. Significant works by FEW can also be discovered in Fulda's urban space, which refer to the history of the city.

Based on the Seng Collection, which was partially donated to the Franz Erhard Walther Foundation in 2019, the VILLA shows alternating work presentations. The VILLA is an "unfinished space" in which the work is updated in new constellations. Starting in the fall of 2023, further exhibition projects will take place in which Walther's works will enter into dialogue with works by Lygia Clark or Jimmy Robert, as well as the exhibition GELB, which Walther planned in 1964 but never realized.

Alfred Ehrhardt Stiftung | Berlin | Thomas Brummett: Seeking the Infinite

April 15 - July 9, 2023

The work of the US American Thomas Brummett (*1955 in Colorado) is like a spiritual quest. Brummett uses photography to question how naturalscience, and physics in particular, can shed light on the true nature of the world. He searches for visual manifestations that reveal nature’s complex systems. The central element of his series Light Projections und Infinities shown in the Alfred Ehrhardt Stiftung is the visual investigation into multiple infinite systems he has explored.

Michael Werner Gallery | Berlin | Jean Arp

March 4 - April 15, 2023

Jean Arp (1886 - 1966) is considered an exemplary artist of the avant-garde. As a co-inventor of Dada and Surrealism, he was always the first to distance himself ironically from all Isms. Finally arriving in Paris in 1925, Arp confronted the still short tradition of modernism there. His sculptural works culminate the "classic" of modernism: namely, expressing contemporary principles of form in timeless forms. The exhibition takes these bronze sculptures as its starting point. They represent a continuum of works that lasted almost four decades and on which Arp's success in the new art centre of New York at the end of the 1950s was based.

VR ART PRIZE by DKB in Cooperation with CAA Berlin 2023

September 9 – November 5, 2023

The 2023 VR ART PRIZE by DKB in cooperation with CAA Berlin themed “Virtual Utopias” is dedicated to artists using virtual reality and large-scale installations to create visions for social change. Five artworks have been nominated for the second edition of the VR KUNSTPREIS in the field of visual arts in Germany. In April 2023, the five nominated artists will begin their four-month working grants, each endowed with 1,000 euros per month and the prize encompasses five work grants culminating in an institutional exhibition at the Haus am Lützowplatz (HaL) Berlin from September 9 to November 5, 2023. As part of the exhibition, three of the five projects presented will be awarded a sponsorship prize. The sponsorship prizes total 12,000 euros.

Museum Tinguely | Basel | À bruit secret. Hearing in Art

February 22 - May 14, 2023

À bruit secret. Hearing in Art is the fourth in a series of five themed exhibitions at Museum Tinguely dealing in experimental ways with the human senses. Focusing attention on hearing, which plays an important role in multisensory experiences of art, the exhibition offers various immersive and interactive encounters with familiar and less familiar soundscapes. Historical works and pieces created specially for the show, by around 25 international artists, invite visitors to pay attention to what they are hearing, opening up acoustic fields usually hidden from the human ear.

Tiemann-Prize of 50,000 euros to be awarded for the first time in 2023

Open Call: 01.02. - 30.04.2023

The first prize for museums and art institutions to acquire contemporary painting.

The Ingeborg and Dr. H. Jürgen Tiemann Foundation will award for the first time the Tiemann-Prize for Painting, endowed with 50,000 euros, in 2023. The prize is aimed directly at museums and art institutions that have their own collection of contemporary art. The prize, which will be awarded annually throughout Germany from this year onwards, makes it possible to expand the respective collection with the purchase of a work or group of works from the field of painting. With the Tiemann-Prize, a new award is being created that makes artistic positions that stand out in the field of painting and contribute significantly to the current art discourse accessible to the public.

Pina Bausch Foundation | Pina Bausch Fellowship for Dance and Choreography 2023

February 15 - April 15, 2023

From February 15 to April 15, 2023, dance and choreography artists are invited to apply for the Pina Bausch Fellowship for Dance and Choreography – all dance forms are welcome.

The Pina Bausch Fellowship for Dance and Choreography is characterized by openness and flexibility. Dancers and choreographers will be supported in the development of their own artistic expression by being given the opportunity to work with an international cooperation partner of their choice.

Roosen-Trinks Collection | Wittkiel | ART OVERCOMES BOUNDARIES

April 16 - May 14, 2023

On the occasion of its first anniversary, Kunst für Angeln e.V. presents in cooperation with the Roosen-Trinks Collection a German-Danish art project with an extensive exhibition. Friends of culture in the Angeln and Jutland regions can look forward to an intercultural art highlight from the two neighbouring countries, Germany and Denmark. Over 100 works by contemporary artists from Denmark and Schleswig-Holstein will be exhibited in Wittkielhof manor house, in a (restored) Asmus-Petersen barn and in the park, all not far from the Danish border.

Alfred Ehrhardt Stiftung | Gregor Sailer: The Polar Silk Road

January 14, 2023 - April 2, 2023

Gregor Sailer (*1980 in Austria), known for his complex long-term projects, has spent the last four years working intensively on the Arctic. At temperatures as low as -55°C, he has taken analog photographs in Canada, Norway, Greenland and Iceland. In his new series of works The Polar Silk Road, Sailer deals with the climatic changes of the Arctic regions and their economic use as well as the territorial claims of the riparian states.

Zeppelin Museum Friedrichshafen | Fetishizing the Future. Utopias of the third dimension

December 16, 2022 – April 16, 2023

The transdisciplinary exhibition Fetishizing the Future. Utopias of the third dimension at the Zeppelin Museum Friedrichshafen discusses visions and ideas from the last 120 years. Technical and socio-political utopias are juxtaposed with artistic positions that question them. The exhibition examines the intertwining of technological and societal utopias. It starts historically with the airships and is complemented by 15 artistic works from the Aerocene Foundation and Tomás Saraceno, Nuotama Frances Bodomo, Andreas Feininger, Alexandra Daisy Ginsberg, Alexander Kluge, Marie Lienhard, Jacolby Satterwhite, Timur Si-Qin, Anton Vidokle and Aby Warburg.

Bonnefanten Museum | Maastricht | Hrair Sarkissian: The Other Side of Silence

November 29, 2022 - May 14, 2023

With Hrair Sarkissian: The Other Side of Silence, the Bonnefantenmuseum presents the first retrospective in the Netherlands of one of the leading contemporary conceptual photographers.

The Syrian-Armenian artist Hrair Sarkissian (*1973, Damascus) is known for his life-size photographs in which he exposes the scars of conflict and war. The exhibition offers the most comprehensive presentation of the artist's most significant works created since 2006, including his personal exploration of his Armenian heritage in In Between (2006). In his conceptual photography, Sarkissian explores how historical moments are narrated, disseminated, and transmitted in controversial and very different ways.

Zentrum für Internationale Lichtkunst | Unna | HYPERsculptures with Christine Sciulli | Squidsoup | Julius Stahl | Philip Vermeulen | Giny Vos

November 4, 2022 – April 30, 2023

The "hyper" in the title of the exhibition "HYPERsculptures" includes a variety of meaning. In addition to the extraordinary size of the artworks, "hyper" also refers to the latest, innovative multimedia technologies that the exhibiting artists use for their large light sculptures. The dissolution of the distance between viewer and the work of art is the common, luminous bond of all "HYPERsculptures". In Unna, visitors can experience how light works, directs perception and completely redefines spaces. Each work in the exhibition will occupy a space of 20 x 6 meters and will provide visitors with unforgettable and lasting experiences.

Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein | Candida Höfer. Liechtenstein

September 30, 2022 - April 10, 2023

Candida Höfer has created a new series of works in Liechtenstein. It forms the starting point and the centrepiece of the first exhibition conceived jointly by Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein and the Hilti Art Foundation. Höfer shot the photographs, numbering twenty, in the autumn and winter of 2021 specifically for the show. The series reflects the artist’s ongoing exploration of scenes of cultural life and architecture.

Candida Höfer: Liechtenstein will be the first exhibition to span all four skylight galleries of the Kunstmuseum and the three exhibition rooms of the Hilti Art Foundation. In conjunction with more than sixty selected works from classical modernism to the present, the result is a mutually enriching dialogue between Höfer and the collections of both institutions.

Mallorca | Museo Sa Bassa Blanca

Alcúdia, Mallorca

In the north of Mallorca near Alcúdia, nestled in a nature reserve directly on the sea, lies the Museo Sa Bassa Blanca. Recognised as a cultural heritage site of the Balearic Islands in 2016, the property is the home of the Yannick and Ben Jakober Foundation, founded in 1993, and the life's work of the artist and collector couple. It holds impressive surprises and discoveries in store for visitors. As a synthesis of the arts, it combines art, architecture and nature from different epochs and regions of the world.