The Most Dangerous Game The Path of the Situationist International to the Events of May 1968

The title of the exhibition, THE MOST DANGEROUS GAME, refers to a lost collage of the same name by Guy Debord (1931-1994), who influenced the Situationist International (S.I.) from its founding in 1957 until its dissolution in 1972. It is both reminiscent of the seriousness with which the Situationist radicalized the conflicts of the post-war era and also emphasizes the playful element involved in all its paths ...
A project by Wolfgang Scheppe with Roberto Ohrt and Eleonora Sovrani.
THE MOST DANGEROUS GAME is part of "100 Years of Now". Funded by the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media based on a ruling by the German Bundestag. Haus der Kulturen der Welt is funded by the German Federal Commissioner for Culture and the Media and the German Foreign Ministry.
Artists: Pierre Alechinsky, Karel Appel, Enrico Baj, Constant, Corneille, Guy Debord, Erwin Eisch, Ansgar Elde, Farfa, Pinot Gallizio, Internationale Situationniste, Jacqueline de Jong, Asger Jorn, Jan Kotik, Laboratorio Sperimentale, Uwe Lausen, J.V. Martin, Giors Melanotte, Erik Nyholm, Hans Platschek, Heimrad Prem, Ralph Rumney, Piero Simondo, Gruppe SPUR, Hardy Strid, Helmut Sturm, H.P. Zimmer, Maurice Wyckaert, u.a.m.
Wed, 26 Sep, 19.00h
27 Sep 201810 Dec 2018

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