Ida says pigeons are communists. Or she wants them to be communists cause she likes pigeons a lot. And she likes communism. They are really smart. This is the opener exhibition of our new venue: four display cases between paltforms 3 & 4.
In a time marked by conflicts, Dara Friedman's new video work "Temple Door" opposes the superficial dichotomies of winning and losing. Guided by the credo that true victory is a victory over oneself, she examines the structures underlying confrontation, conflict, and negotiation.
In the framework of the exhibition Hi Ventilation, Five in Fives is a series of weekly changing exhibitions at the Eton Fives Court, a sculpture by Fion Pellacini with new openings every Wednesday ... learn more
Our exhibition I'm just not in the running as I stand beside the track - 1000 Couplets by Moondog present poems, unpublished sound pieces and rare original documents by the famous blind american composer and great nomad Louis Hardin aka. Moondog (1916-1999) as well as a wall painting by Cordula Ditz. learn more...
WE JUST TURN EVERYTHING AROUND... 300 of us have portrayed rare islanders and visited secret places. We observe changes and simply reconstruct Wilhelmsburg, and soon the rest of the world… We are the w9, the artist group of the Stadtteilschule Wilhelmsburg and in a big exhibition at the Kunstverein Harburger Bahnhof, we show you what really moves us. learn more...
The realism in "Realismus mit Schleife" (Realism with a Bow) is not one that reproduces images of reality, but rather one that—in all its entanglement—asks: how does one even make an image of it?
"One day, MINNA BEUFF heard the message 'Alarm' on the radio, and
then on the television there was a picture of a little boy slurping
noodle soup in the hall, because there was no space for him in the
single room where nine people had to live. So MINNA BEUFF went back to
those who had sounded the 'alarm' and let SUNDAES be sundaes." (from Chris Reinecke: MINNA BEUFF. Alarm. Novel Part III, Büro Olympia, 1970)
In a theatrical setting the exhibition for the first time merges all parts of "Rheingold" about the development and entanglement of democracy, economy and art as a historical and still current conglomerate of misunderstood approaches.
"Stockholm Syndrome" takes as its starting point the inculcation of
social roles at the point where the individual and the collective intersect. It examines the mechanisms of identification, attribution and
suggestion in terms of their performative, spatial and social aspects.
An exhibition by GALERIE BRD with contributions by KATJA AUFLEGER, JOHANNES BENDZULLA, CARSTEN BENGER, FORT, PHILIP GAISSER & NIKLAS HAUSSER, THORBEN MÄMECKE, DORIT MARGREITER, STEFAN PANHANS, MORITZ SÄNGER, NICOLAAS SCHMIDT, PILVI TAKALA