Art Calendar – Current Exhibitions in Germany

“Holocaust in Comics”
When Comics Tell of Atrocities

23.10.2014–31.01.2015
Bochum University Library

“Eyes Wide Open”
100 Years of Leica Photography

24.10.2014−11.01.2015
Deichtorhallen Hamburg

“Rich Pickings”
Displaying Wealth

17.10.2014–11.01.2015
Museum of Art and Industry, Hamburg

Imi Knoebel
“Works 1966–2014”

25.10.2014–15.02.2015
Wolfsburg Art Museum

Mark Dion
“The Academy of Things”

24.10.2014–25.01.2015
Academy of Fine Arts, Dresden

“Outer Space”
Fascination with Outer Space

03.10.2014–22.02.2015
Bundeskunsthalle, Bonn

Georg Baselitz
“Back Then, In-Between and Today”

19.09.2014–01.02.2015
Haus der Kunst, Munich

Katharina Grosse
“Inside the Speaker”

30.09.2014–01.02.2015
Kunstpalast Museum, Düsseldorf

Andrea Büttner
“2”

05.09.2014–15.03.2015
Ludwig Museum Cologne

Still Lifes
Max Beckmann

05.09.2014–18.01.2015
Hamburg Kunsthalle

Multiples by Joseph Beuys
“I am a transmitter”

26.06.2014–11.01.2015
Pinakothek der Moderne, Munich

Jörg Immendorff
“Attempt to Become an Eagle”

16.05.2014–17.05.2015
Staatsgalerie Moderne Kunst im Glaspalast Augsburg

A as in Arte Povera
Marzona Collection

23.01.2014–31.08.2016
Hamburger Bahnhof, Berlin

1968–2000
“Extension of the Combat Zone”

08.11.2013–31.12.2014
New National Gallery Berlin

    Category:

    Calendar
    Displaying Wealth
    Hamburg
    100 Years of Leica Photography
    Hamburg
    When Comics Tell of Atrocities
    Bochum
    “Works 1966–2014”
    Wolfsburg
    “The Academy of Things”
    Dresden
    Fascination with Outer Space
    Bonn
    “Back Then, In-Between and Today”
    Munich
    “Inside the Speaker”
    Düsseldorf
    Light Meets Dark
    Cologne
    Still Lifes
    Hamburg
    Multiples by Joseph Beuys
    Munich
    “Attempt to Become an Eagle”
    Augsburg
    A as in Arte Povera
    Berlin
    1968–2000
    Berlin

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