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For more than three decades, the American artist Kiki Smith (born 1954 in Nuremberg) has been creating a multifaceted body of work, in which she explores the political and social, as well as the philosophical and spiritual aspects of human nature. Unrestricted by cultural taboos or the limits of shame, Smith's analytical penetration of the body probes the conditions of human existence: age, death and dying, wounding and healing, wholeness and fragmentation, sexuality and gender, identity and memory.
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Haus der Kunst exhibits works by young, international emerging artists

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For the second time, Haus der Kunst gives young, international emerging artists the opportunity to present new works in the Capsule exhibition space. This year, two London-based artists, Adele Röder (DE 1980) and Lynette Yiadom-Boak...

Resonance and Silence: Synesthetic aspects of film and video from the Goetz Collection at Haus der Kunst

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MUNICH.- For the third exhibition of the cooperation between The Goetz Collection and Haus der Kunst, film and video works were selected in which acoustic aspects are as important as visual ones. Thereby the relationship between sou...

Haus der Kunst presents the work of African-American artist Ellen Gallagher

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With "Ellen Gallagher: AxME" Haus der Kunst presents the work of African-American artist Ellen Gallagher whose visual language is based on three cornerstones: the struggle over colonies with the formation of the modern world; the co...

Haus der Kunst opens major of exhibition of works by the pioneering German photographer Thomas Struth

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This major exhibition by the pioneering German photographer Thomas Struth (born 1954) presents the most comprehensive survey of his genre-defining oeuvre. Covering four decades of work and every phase of his illustrious artistic car...

Comprehensive solo exhibition to the work of Georg Baselitz on view at Haus der Kunst

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Since 2008, Haus der Kunst has presented monographic exhibition surveys of important contemporary artists, exploring specific aspects of these artists' works and development over the span of their careers. Examples of such include "...

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