Through January 26
Hans Haacke: All Connected
This retrospective at the New Museum brings together more than thirty works from across Haacke's career, including a number of rarely seen kinetic works and environmental sculptures. Works from the 1970s and ’80s address corporate sponsorship of major art institutions and political interference, and more recent works consider the intersection of global capitalism, nationalism, and humanitarian crises around the world.
Based on Anna Seghers’s novel originally set in 1940s occupied France, the story has been adapted to take place in present-day Marseille. In this disorienting merging of the past and present, we follow a political refugee using a false identity as he becomes more deeply involved in a political and romantic crisis
February 17 - March 21
Five-week intensive blended courses
Five-week intensive blended courses begin in February. These blended courses combine the best of both worlds: intense face-to-face instruction and flexible online German lessons, allowing you to make major progress in a short time. Register by January 27 to receive a 10% Early Bird discount - use discount code FEB2020 at checkout.
Online Group Course
Learn German online - interactive, any time, anywhere! With the Goethe-Institut’s 8-week and 16-week online group course, you can learn German anywhere flexibly, with lessons customized to your schedule. However, you will not be learning alone, but in a small group of between 6 and 15 participants. Courses begin on February 24.