Video: Retina Fabrik / Lukas Feigelfeld, Music: Alva Noto - U_09-0 – Unitxt
Courtesy: Richard Artschwager, Joseph Beuys, Douglas Gordon/Studio Lost but found, Katharina Grosse, Carsten Höller, Martin Honert, Robert Indiana, Richard Long, Julian Rosefeldt, Jorinde Voigt / VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2017; Saâdane Afif, Christoph Büchel, Christian Marclay, Ari Benjamin Meyers, Janet Cardiff & George Bures Miller, Walton Ford, Franka Hörnschemayer, Anne Imhof, Martin Kippenberger, Robert Kusmirowski, Thomas Saraceno, Oskar Schlemmer, Andy Warhol / The Artists and their Galleries
Photo/Video: Thomas Bruns, Nathan Corbin, Roman März, David von Becker, Jens Ziehe
Film for the exhibition „Hello World. Revising a Collection” from April 28th to August 26th 2018
„Hello World. Revising a Collection“ is a critical inquiry into the collection of the Nationalgalerie and its predominantly Western focus. The exhibition unfolds in 13 thematic chapters as a many-voiced collaboration of internal and external curators, encompassing the whole exhibition space of the Hamburger Bahnhof – Museum für Gegenwart – Berlin.
Joseph Beuys, Hanson Duane, Hannah Höch, Joseph Kosuth, Bruce Nauman © VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2018
Barnett Newman © Barnett Newman Foundation / VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2018
Robert Indiana © Morgan Art Foundation/ARS New York / VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2018
Film for the exhibition "Adrian Piper. The Probable Trust Registry: The Rules of the Game #1-3" from 24. February 2017 to 3. September 2017
The Hamburger Bahnhof presents Adrian Piper’s first solo exhibition in a German museum. The Probable Trust Registry: The Rules of the Game #1-3 features her same-titled major work.
Conference "The Idea of the Global Museum" at Hamburger Bahnhof | Day one | Keynote by Luis Camnitzer
The video documentation of the further lectures of the conference is available at YouTube: Playlist "The Idea of the Global Museum".
This conference is part of a project, which explores the collection of the Nationalgalerie with respect to its international and transregional entanglements. Over two days, conference participants offered specific knowledge and points of view: What are the effects of a “global” approach on museum work past, present, and future? What are its necessities, possibilities, and challenges? Is there a common denominator for “global” museum practice?