Former chancellor Gerhard Schröder inaugurated “Personal Path” in St. Petersburg

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Exhibition “Deutschland 8” pulls in some 750,000 visitors

Record attendances in Beijing: The presentation of German art in Beijing attracted over half a million people in just six weeks, and generated overwhelmingly positive media coverage in both countries. Even for a city of art enthusiasts such as China’s capital, this represents a remarkable response, and testifies to the success of a transnational public-private partnership.


German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel inaugurates “Deutschland 8”

German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel inaugurates “Deutschland 8”

Seven exhibitions, seven opening ceremonies and one Symposium: “Deutschland 8” has started with an eventful opening weekend in Beijing. The German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel inaugurated the exhibition together with the Chinese Culture Minister Luo Shugang in the Forbidden City.
He has lauded this project as an outstanding symbol of understanding and intercultural dialogue.

From September 15 to October 31, some 320 works from 55 german artists will be on view at 8 venues across Peking


Franz Ackermann | Horst Antes | Stephan Balkenhol | Georg Baselitz | Hilla und Bernd Becher | Joseph Beuys | Peter Brüning | Abraham David Christian | Hanne Darboven | Thomas Demand | Harun Farocki | Günther Förg | Katharina Fritsch | Isa Genzken | K.O. Götz | Gotthard Graubner | Katharina Grosse | Andreas Gursky | Gerhard Hoehme | Candida Höfer |  Jörg Immendorff | Hubert Kiecol | Anselm Kiefer | Martin Kippenberger | Jürgen Klauke | Imi Knoebel | Uwe Kowski | Alicja Kwade | Markus Lüpertz | Andreas Mühe | Marcel Odenbach | Albert Oehlen | A.R. Penck | Sigmar Polke | Julius Popp | Neo Rauch | Daniel Richter | Gerhard Richter | Sebastian Riemer | Julian Rosefeldt | Thomas Ruff | Michael Sailstorfer | David Schnell | Bernard Schultze | Emil Schumacher | Katharina Sieverding | Andreas Slominski | Hito Steyerl | Thomas Struth | Fred Thieler | Rosemarie Trockel | Günther Uecker | Jorinde Voigt | Clemens von Wedemeyer | Matthias Weischer

Informationen zur Ausstellung finden Sie hier.

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Luther and the Avant-garde: PUBLIC APPEAL by the artist Luise Schröder to all residents of Wittenberg

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Merry Christmas!

Seasons Greeting 2016

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December 10, 2016 – January 29, 2017
Ludwig Museum, Budapest

The museum is a place in which one finds oneself as a seeker or a viewer in ever-shifting emotional states, and in which fundamental questions of our being can be contemplated and discussed. The artist is now inviting us to abandon ourselves to this maelstrom of emotions as we follow her meditative sequence of paintings through the exhibition. More information here

The exhibition is a project of the Ludwig Muzeum Budapest in cooperation with the Foundation for Art and Culture in Bonn.