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March 24 — June 4, 2017

BIANCA BALDI
Eyes in the Back of Your Head

To have “Eyes in the Back of Your Head” is to know everything that is happening around you, thus transcending the physical restrictions of the human perspective. For her first solo exhibition in a German institution, Bianca Baldi will present a textile installation at Kunstverein Harburger Bahnhof, which creates a seemingly floating labyrinth, as well as sculptures and a new video work.

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December 3 — December 18, 2016

JAHRESGABEN #5

featuring works by CARSTEN BENGER / PHILIP GAISSER, CHRISTIANE BLATTMANN, ANJA DIETMANN, VERENA ISSEL, ALICE PERAGINE, CHRISTOPHER KULENDRAN THOMAS

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November 4, 2016 — February 12, 2017

CHRISTOPHER KULENDRAN THOMAS
60 million Americans can’t be wrong

For his exhibition at KunstvereinHarburgerBahnhof, Christopher Kulendran Thomas presentsNew Eelam, a startup founded by the artist to develop a global housing subscription based on collective ownership. Together with his founding partners, Thomas proposes a long-term strategy for how a new economic model could evolve, without friction, out of the present system – through the luxury of communalism rather than private property.

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Sunday, December 13, 2015

JAHRESGABEN #4

With RUTH BACHANAN, THOMAS BALDSCHWYLER, KILIAN RÜTHEMANN, HANNAH WEINBERGER

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September 19 — December 13, 2015

RUTH BUCHANAN
Or, a camera Or, a building Or, a screen

Ruth Buchanan explores in performances, installations, sculptures, publications and films – which often include language as material – the conditions under which the processing of cultural production takes place, questioning the implicit agreements of the handling, organization, and presentation of such material and its respective formats. Or, a camera Or, a building Or, a screen focuses on the auditory and is made up of three sound works and an appendix combined with graphic, sculptural, and performative elements. Buchanan's linguistic operations are condensed text-based variations of the previously presented constituent parts of this cycle of work: a performance, an exhibition, and a film.

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January 23 — February 8, 2015

JAHRESGABEN #3

With KASIA FUDAKOWSKI, DANIEL LAUFER, MELVIN MOTI and a special edition in the context of Hamburger Arbeitsstipendien with INA ARZENSEK, BJÖRN BENEDITZ, JÜRGEN VON DÜCKERHOFF, ANNIKA KAHRS, MONIKA MICHALKO, VANESSA NICA MUELLER, FRANZISKA NAST, HARALD POPP and JOCHEN WEBER


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November 23, 2014 — February 8, 2015

DANIEL LAUFER
Train Of Thought

Daniel Laufer’s spatial arrangements combine painting, video, performance, text and music. Laufer’s exhibition at Kunstverein Harburger Bahnhof features paintings, objects and a two-channel video installation that was filmed partially in the Kunstverein’s galleries and the Golem club cinema in Hamburg.

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June 14 — September 19, 2014

KASIA FUDAKOWSKI
Stoikerinnen (female stoics)

After "Enthusiastinnen" (Enthusiasts, 2012) and "Pessimistinnen" (Pessimists, 2013), Kasia Fudakowski continues her preoccupation with mind-sets between philosophy and everyday life. "Stoikerinnen" can be seen as 'comedy on dub' and is Fudakowski's fan-nod to the manifold audio-arts of hamburgian postpunk humourisms, as well as late 90's british radio-creations such as blue jam.

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January 12 — March 23, 2014

MELVIN MOTI
Hyperspace

In his project, the "Hyperspace“ Dutch artist Melvin Moti approaches the idea of multi-dimensional and reduced spaces. His 24-minute-long 35mm film "The eightfold dot" (2013) presents an abstract narrative that begins with the point, continues with the line then progresses to the square and the cube, all the way to the hypercube, which acts as form and symbol of the fourth dimension.

Featuring:
CHLOE STEAD, Multiplicity #3 – a reader

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January 12 — March 23, 2014

JAHRESGABEN #2

With INA ARZENSEK, OLIVER BULAS, JULIAN CHARRIÈRE, KERSTIN CMELKA, YAEL DAVIDS, NADINE FECHT, SUSANNE KRIEMANN, KATJA LELL, YUTAKA MAKINO, STUART SHERMAN and CHLOE STEAD

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July 6 — August 18, 2013

STUART SHERMAN / BABETTE MANGOLTE
Spectacles

Based on the idea of an archive, the exhibition at the Kunstverein Harburger Bahnhof focuses on Sherman’s performative works as well as their photographic documentation by Babette Mangolte. It also features his films, almost all of which are part of the collection at the MoMA New York.

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March 15 — May 12, 2013

FFM:HH
HH:FFM

With OLIVER BULAS, KATJA LELL, HANNAH REGEL : ARTUR ALASKA ARASLI, DANIEL JACOBY, JOHANNA KINTNER 

The production and exhibition platform basis e.V. in Frankfurt and the Kunstverein Harburger Bahnhof in Hamburg organized an exchange, in which three artists from the art academies in each city are given the opportunity to go to the other city to develop an exhibition with their team of curators.

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December 7, 2012 — February 3, 2013

KERSTIN CMELKA
All Change

Kerstin Cmelka's interest in the format of "microdramas" provides the focus in her exhibition at the Kunstverein Harburger Bahnhof. The short dramatic texts of frequently performed plays – considering their distribution – have gained the popularity of a folk play. Arranged in an installation of video projections, the plays physically direct the viewer through the exhibition space.

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December 7, 2012 — February 3, 2013

Am Piano: INA ARZENSEK

The last exhibition of the 2012 series “Am Piano (on the piano): ...”, in which young Hamburg based artists accompany the main exhibitions at the Kunstverein Harburger Bahnhof, shows works by Ina Arzensek.

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