50 Years Goethe-Institut London 1962-2012

Gloria Zein50 Jahre London; Foto: Gloria Zein

This year the Goethe-Institut in London celebrates both its 50th anniversary and the re-opening of its newly restored building. To mark the occasion a work has been commissioned from German artist Gloria Zein, winner of the 2011 Cass Prize for Sculpture. Zein’s intervention I Can’t Stop The Dancing Chicken explores both the inside and outside of the institute and includes a series of film screenings in May and June. The anniversary was also celebrated with a big Open Day on May 20. More ...
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    See our partners from the cultural and educational sector reflect on the work of the Goethe-Institut in a series of short films.

    Archive

    Ingeborg von Kurt Götz, 1967
    From the 1960s to the present day, a series of archive images illustrates the work of the Goethe-Institut in London over the past five decades.

    Gloria Zein

    Artwork by Gloria Zein, commissioned by the Goethe-Institut London, 2012. Photograph: Richard Bryant
    Gloria Zein’s newly-commissioned work I Can’t Stop The Dancing Chicken and the accompanying series of film screenings Carte Blanche for Gloria Zein.

    Events

    Artwork by Gloria Zein, commissioned by the Goethe-Institut London, 2012. Photograph: Richard Bryant
    Details on the big Open Day in May, the film series in May and June and the exhibition, which runs from until December.