Even in times of Corona there is a lot of art to experience - on site, digitally, by post and by phone! We look forward to seeing you again soon and wish you all the best, perseverance and above all health!
KUNSTVEREIN ON SITE /
Outdoor-Audio tour: Simply scan the QR code on our entrance door and find out more about the history of the Kunstverein and the outdoor installations by Maria Eichhorn, Ben Patterson, Ella Ziegler and Marcel Schiele - or (almost) to say with John Cage: I welcome whatever I hear next!
Walk-by cinema on Wilhelmstraße: Our cinema is open around the clock and shows an excerpt from Taus Makhacheva's video work Tightrope.
KUNSTVEREIN DIGITAL /
Exhibition film: A little insight into the current exhibition Line Lyhne / Spaces and Species is available here.
Rasul Abakarov & Taus Makhacheva / Playing Myself: An exclusive interview between the artist and the tightrope walker is available as a free download here.
Studio insights: On our social media channels we show you a glimpse into the artists’ studios from Line Lyhne and Taus Makhacheva!
David Horvitz / 20th Century Alienation: A free “Freeprint-your-own-artwork-and-install-it-in-your-bedroom-or-kitchen” edition by David Horvitz can be downloaded here: Download / 20th Century Alienation
KUNSTVEREIN BY POST /
David Horvitz / lessons: Even during our closure, we will continue to receive letters from David Horvitz. If you want to have the small teaching units to creatively loosen up everyday life in Corona sent to you as a scan, you can register for our mailing list at email@example.com. We look forward to documentation of lessons carried out, which will then become part of the exhibition.
KUNSTVEREIN BY TELEPHONE /
Pandemic telephony: For all those who do not have access to the digital offers of exhibition venues or who simply want a digital break, there is Pandemic-Telephony. After prior registration, we will send out a package with installation views of the current exhibitions. Based on them, the exhibition is brought home to the telephonic visitors, who have the opportunity to find out more about the exhibitions in a 1: 1 conversation with an art educator over the phone.