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From 15 to 25 October, a new sculptural installation is on view in Tübingen. "Pallaksch, Pallaksch!" presents a multitude of monochrome Hölderlin figures in different colours on the steps of the Collegiate Church and on the Neckar Wall. After all, Tübingen marks the 250th anniversary of the poet and thinker this year. > more
Right on time for the German national holiday, a Beethoven installation to celebrate the 250th birthday of the musician opened in the VDNKh Park in Moscow to mark the Year of Germany in Russia (2020/21).
The sculptures in gold and opal green will be on show in the park for a month before they travel through Russia and are later sold at an auction, the proceeds of which are intended to support a music festival.
The exhibition was made possible by the National Tourist Office of Germany in Russia, with the support of the German Embassy in Moscow, the Goethe Institute, the Moscow government and the VDNKh.> more
From 19 September 2020, a spontaneous, brief appearance of cheerful, colourful sculptures will be seen in Wertheim/Main, the city where "Flashmob", Ottmar Hörl's new, participatory art project is about to start.
Specifically for this intervention, Hörl has developed the figure of the "optimist" who, holding up his thumb, frankly and without being censored, shares his likes with the rest of the world offline.> more
The 250th anniversary of this musical genius's birthday will be celebrated in December 2020.
Last year's presentation of the figure of a smiling Beethoven in Bonn, where the composer was born, was a resounding success. A Beethoven installation at Wertheim Village – in strong pop colours – is now on view. Running until mid-September. > more
Since 1982, Ottmar Hörl has developed photo concepts with a focus on automated picture taking. Cameras were thrown from planes, for instance, were attached to the rims of car tyres, or even shot at to create pictures that capture segments of reality beyond human interference, a reality that is no longer defined as such by the artist's view. > more
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INDIVIDUAL EXHIBITION: "Multiples" (Art for everyone)
Kimreeaa Gallery, Seoul
19-20 Gangnamgu Chungdamdong, Seoul
12. November 2020 to 22. December 2020
GROUP EXHIBITION: "Time present" Photography from the Deutsche Bank Collection
Unter den Linden 5, Berlin
10. May 2020 to 08. February 2021
Daily opening times (except Mondays) from 11am to 6pm. Thursdays 11am to 9pm
GROUP EXHIBITION: "Leben im Krieg" ("Wartime life")
Historisches Museum Hanau Schloss Philippsruhe
Philippsruher Allee 45, Hanau
Extended to the end of June 2021
Tue-Sun 11 am to 6 pm
TRAVELLING EXHIBITION "SIEBEN TODSÜNDEN" [SEVEN DEADLY SINS]
1. Juli to 7. Juli 2020 (further installations in different locations are planned)
Opening, 04. Juli, 2 pm
GROUP EXHIBITION: SCULPTURE PATH WEISSACH IM TAL "AN BRÜCKEN UND WEGEN"
Kulturkreis BIZE und Gemeinde Weissach im Tal
Loop road sculpture path
10. June 2018 to 30. April 2021