GLOBAL DESIRE II, AM FALSCHEN ORT, 2017 Digitaldruck auf Vliesrückenpapier/ Digital print on non-woven paper 252 x 360 cm

Sieverding – Palermo

Urban development, public spaces, migration and integration are the key themes of this year's Manifesta in Palermo. Themes that Katharina Sieverding has also grappled with.. Political statements in large format have become her trademark. 14 works can be seen in Palermo for the first time.

Mladen Stilinović, An Artist Who Cannot Speak English Is No Artist, 1992, Acryl auf künstlicher Seide, 140 x 430 cm © Mladen Stilinovic's Estate, Zagreb, Foto: Boris Cvjetanović

Hello World. Revising a Collection

Hamburger Bahnhof – Museum für Gegenwart | Invalidenstraße 50-51, 10557 Berlin | 28.04.– 26.08.2018

"Hello World. Revising a Collection" is a critical inquiry into the collection of the Nationalgalerie and its predominantly Western focus

RuhrKunstMuseen | North Rhine-Westphalia

Ruhrkunstmuseen | Nordrhein-Westphalen | Mai - Sep 2018

17 museums - 17 cities - over 100 artistic positions - one topic: On occasion of its ten year anniversary and the end of coal mining in Germany the RuhrKunstMuseen are showing a special exhibition revolving all around art and coal.

Kimsooja, A Needle Woman - Kitakyushu, 1999 © Kimsooja and KEWENIG, Berlin

POLYPHON - Artistic positions in the Viehof Collection

Langen Foundation | Raketenstation Hombroich 1, 41472 Neuss | 15.04. - 19.08.2018

The exhibition POLYPHON brings together works by six artists represented in the Viehof Collection: Thomas Houseago, Kimsooja, Danh Vo, Marijke van Warmerdam, Corinne Wasmuht, and David Zink Yi.

Harf Zimmermann, Brandwand #9, 2011 © Harf Zimmermann


Alfred Ehrhardt Stiftung | Auguststr. 75, 10117 Berlin | 21.04. - 24.06.2018

Harf Zimmermann experienced the ruins and gaps in the urban landscape of the postwar period, when European cities had to bear the scars of World War II. In his monograph “BRAND WAND” he describes the barren fire walls in Berlin, as a “sea of bricks” and as “testimony to catastrophe and failure.”

Keyvisual International Light Art AWard 2019 | Credit: Third Breath, 2009 © James Turrell, Fotograf: Frank Vinken


Centre for International Light Art Unna | Lindenplatz 1 | 59423 Unna Germany

The International Light Art Award (ILAA) is entering its third round. The Centre for International Light Art in Unna and the innogy Stiftung are calling for applications for the only award for international light art worldwide. Participants are invited to submit their concepts by 16 September 2018.

Heinz Mack | Untitled, inspired by Goethe | 1991| Copyright: VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2017


Goethe Museum | Jacobistraße 2, 40211 Düsseldorf | 04.03.-27.05.2018

The Goethe-Museum Düsseldorf explores the relationship between the work of Heinz Mack and the ideas and thinking of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe. Light and color and their interactions are central themes in the works of painter and sculptor Heinz Mack. Goethe also studied these phenomena.

„Damenporträt“ von Franz Xaver Winterhalter, 1827 © Zeppelin Museum Friedrichshafen

Zeppelin Museum Friedrichshafen (Eigentum verpflichtet. Eine Kunstsammlung auf dem Prüfstand)

Zeppelin Museum Friedrichshafen | Seestraße 22, 88045 Friedrichshafen | 04.05.2018 - 03.02.2019

Is that looted art? The question being asked by the Zeppelin Museum in regards of their own collection.

Luftschiffbau Zeppelin GmbH, Abteilung Do, CL.I, Rumpf,1917 © Zeppelin Museum

Zeppelin Museum Friedrichshafen (Innovationen! Zukunft als Ziel)

Zeppelin Museum Friedrichshafen | Seestraße 22 | 88045 Friedrichshafen | 18.05. - 04.11.18

Ida Pimenoff Untitled (Door), from the series A Shadow at the Edge of Every Moment of the Day 2010, C-print © Ida Pimenoff / Courtesy Kehrer Galerie

On Disappearance and Appearance — The Ephemeral in Photography

Alfred Ehrhardt Stiftung | Auguststr. 75 | 10117 Berlin | 30. Juni - 9. September 2018

Visual Perspektive © Perspektive Bureau des arts platiques


PERSPEKTIVE is a French-German fund for contemporary art and architecture created by the Bureau des arts plastiques of the Institut français Germany with the aim of intensifying cooperation between the two countries

Maija Luutonen, Installation view, Maija Luutonen: Soon 19.11.-18.12.2016, SIC, Helsinki, Photo: SIC

Kiasma Commission by Kordelin: Maija Luutonen

Kiasma | Mannerheiminaukio 2, 00100 Helsinki, Finland | 09.02.-29.7.2018

Kiasma Commission by Kordelin is a new Finnish concept for promoting and producing contemporary art. Centring around the production of one project every year, the concept aims to provide international exposure for one selected Finnish artist. The project is funded by the Alfred Kordelin Foundation.