This Week

Past Week

Saturday, 17 Oct

Performance 2020/ 180 min/ dancer: Florian Schlessmann/ 5 – 8 p.m.
Measurement has never been a constant. Tending to vary from place to place, many of the earliest forms of measurement were inextricably bound to the body. In ancient times, different body parts were used to measure distance: the length of a foot, the width of a thumb, the length of an outstretched hand, or the length of one’s belt. How, then, might the passing of time be measured through...
, 17.00h

This Week

Monday, 19 Oct

with Clara da Cruz Mendes, Kaddi Hemmerling, Hannah Lansburgh, Raquel Sommer, Ana Eloísa Sommer-Madison, Lisa Karolin Winzler
The title adopted for the six-person show is taken from instructions given by Japan’s Fuji-Q Highland amusement park. Upon its reopening in May 2020, the park released a four-minute video of two of their
unflappable business executives displaying proper roller coaster comportment to reduce the risk of Covid-19 transmission.
In the...
tête, 17.00h
Duration: 19 Oct25 Oct

Tuesday, 20 Oct

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with Sico Carlier (NL) - Youcef Hadjazi (UK) - Anna Jermolaewa (DE) - Ivan LOZANO (US) - Pedro Matias (NL) - Michael Sven Meier (DE) - Andrew McPhail (CA) - Melissa  Steckbauer (DE)
Featuring the work of 8 international artists, the Un_Touchable exhibition deals with themes of memory, desire, intimacy, vulnerability, and contagion. Employing artistic media such as video, photography, installation, the show explores a sense of deja-vu that connects our...
SomoS, 14.00h
Duration: 20 Oct31 Oct

Friday, 23 Oct

Maja Rohwetter and Sophia Schama
voir dire. Seeing saying, or seeing someone say something. This term from Middle French is fascinating because of the combination of visual perception and language. In their works, the artists Sophia Schama and Maja Rohwetter abstain from linguistically concretisable representations and statements. Instead, their very different working methods emphasize the independence of visual formations and invite us to question the...
Axel Obiger – Raum für zeitgenössische Kunst, 18.00h
Duration: 24 Oct21 Nov
No Such Organisation (2018–2020) is a series of one hundred paintings that represent the fallout from the assassination of Saudi-Arabian dissident, columnist, and news editor Jamal Khashoggi in 2018. In Navine G. Khan-Dossos’s characteristically vibrant, aniconistic painting style, the cycle of works, twenty of which are on display, chronicles the repercussions of the event sequentially, through the journalistic and juridical investigations it triggered....
NOME, 18.00h
Duration: 24 Oct20 Nov
In the exhibition Norwegian Wood, new works by British artist Christopher Winter will be juxtaposed with older works from the Dirk Lehr Collection.
LEHR ZEITGENÖSSISCHE KUNST
THU - FRI 2 PM - 5 PM
SAT 12 AM - 3 PM
BY APPOINTMENT ONLY
 
LEHR ZEITGENÖSSISCHE KUNST, 19.00h
Duration: 23 Oct28 Nov

Sunday, 25 Oct

pre-registration is needed rsvp@horseandpony.online for booking
HORSEANDPONY Fine Arts, 12.00h
Duration: 25 Oct

Next Week

Thursday, 29 Oct

An exhibition organized by the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung e.V. in cooperation with EIGEN + ART Lab
 
EIGEN + ART Lab, 11.00h
Duration: 29 Oct28 Nov

Sunday, 1 Nov

* Reservation needed at rsvp@horseandpony.online
HORSEANDPONY Fine Arts, 12.00h
Duration: 1 Nov

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