Kunstverein

The exhibition Jed Martin - Die Karte ist interessanter als das Gebiet is a cooperation with the Deutsches SchauSpielHaus Hamburg.


The exhibition THE HISTORY SHOW is a cooperation with the Department of Art History at Universität Hamburg.


The exhibition DAIGA GRANTINA - PILLARS SLIDING OFF COAT-EE is a coproduction with Neue Kunst in Hamburg e.V.


900 AND SOME 26 000 DAYS - A GERMAN-RUSSIAN PROJECT ON THE SIEGE OF LENINGRAD is a joint project initiated by the Goethe-Institute Moscow / St. Petersburg together with the Kunstverein in Hamburg. With the Rodchenko Art School, PRO ARTE Foundation, St. Petersburg, the University of Fine Arts Hamburg, the Research Centre for Contemporary History in Hamburg (FZH), the State Agency for Political Education, Hamburg, and the Metropolis Kino Hamburg.

The sound installation EVERYWHERE AND NOWHERE by Holly Herndon and Mathew Dryhurst is a co-production of the Kunstverein in Hamburg, the International Summerfestival Kampnagel Hamburg, together with the Institute for Music and Acoustics  ZKM | Karlsruhe. (8/6 - 9/13/2015)


The exhibition THE DAY WILL COME - WHEN PHOTOGRAPHY REVISES takles place in cooperation with the Landesgalerie Linz. (6/19  - 9/13/2015)


In occasion of the exhibition of Nina Beier a catalog will be published by Kunstverein in Hamburg, Kunsthaus Glarus and Mousse Publishing in fall 2015. (5/23 — 7/26/2015)


The film program of the exhibition DECODING FEAR by James Benning takes place in cooperation with Metropolis Kino Hamburg. (2/14 - 5/10/2015)


The exhibition DECODING FEAR by James Benning takes place in cooperation with Kunsthaus Graz. (2/14 - 5/10/2015)

The exhibition NORTH WESTERN PROSE is accompanied by Karl Larsson’s first monographic publication developed in collaboration with the Portland Institute for Contemporary Art, published by Mousse Publishing.

The exhibition FOREVER IS COMPOSED OF NOWS by Lisa Oppenheim is accompanied by the artist’s first monographic publication developed in collaboration with Grazer Kunstverein and FRAC Champagne-Ardenne and published by Sternberg Press. (9/27/2014 - 1/18/2015)




The exhibition A PARADISE BUILT IN HELL takes place in cooperation with the Arsenal – Institute For Film and Video Art Berlin and the International Summer Festival Kampnagel Hamburg, and with the kind support of the Kinemathek Hamburg.  (6/28 - 9/7/2014)

arsenal
Kinemathek Hamburg
Kampnagel
The exhibition LET'S MAKE THE WATER TURN BLACK by Geoffrey Farmer is a coproduction of Migros Museum für Gegenwartskunst Zurich, Nottingham Contemporary, Pérez Art Museum Miami, and Kunstverein in Hamburg. (3/1 - 5/25/2014)