Every first Thursday of the month, from 4 to 8 pm, the Hamburger Bahnhof – Museum für Gegenwart – Berlin offers free entry. The central focus of VOLKSWAGEN ART4ALL will be to explore topics relating to the museum’s current exhibitions and collections. An interdisciplinary programme comprising lectures, artists’ talks, performances and multi-lingual tours aims to make art more accessible to wider audiences.      
The project is made possible by Volkswagen, long term partner of the Nationalgalerie – Staatliche Museen zu Berlin.

Programme of the last quarters

07.03.2019 Thursday
6 - 7 pm Cabaret Économique
Irena Haiduk Bon Ton Mais Non (Polite Art Manifesto)

07.02.2019 Thursday
6 - 7 pm Talk
with Dr. Matilda Felix and Eva Rieß Behind the Scenes
- Restaging of the wall painting by Richard Jackson

03.01.2019 Thursday
4 - 8 pm Performance
Philipp Bergmann and Thea Reifler Stream Switch (2018)
Performance: Rocio Marano Miguez, Thomas Proksch, Alexey Kokhanov
Artistic Collaboration: Lilly Pfalzer

06.12. 2018 Thursday
4 - 6.30 pm and 6.30 pm Workshop and talk
Paweł Althamer and Sandra Teuber The Secret of Sandra

01.11.2018 Thursday
4.30 + 6.30 pm Opera Installation
Wojtek Blecharz Body-Opera (2016/ 2018)

04.10.2018 Thursday
6 - 8 pm Film Screening
by Andres Veiel BEUYS (Germany 2017, 107 min)

06.09.2018 Thursday
4 - 8 pm Sound Performance
Samson Young Nocturne (2015)

02.08.2018 Thursday
6 - 7 pm Artist talk
Talk with Nana Adusei-Poku and Joël Andrianomearisoa (in English)
Book presentation of the exhibition catalogue Hello World

05.07.2018 Thursday
6 - 7 pm Artist talk
Guided Tour with Artist Mariana Castillo Deball (in English)

07.06.2018 Thursday
6 - 7 pm Performance
Tomomi Adachi MAVOtek Part IV with Breeda CC Kareth Schaffer

03.05.2018 Thursday
6 pm Lecture (in French with simultaneous translation into German)
Arno Bertina Mona Lisa in Bangoulap. Die Fabel vom Weltmuseum, 2016

05.04.2018 Thursday
6 pm Artist Talk (in English)
Marjetica Potrč with Ooze architects Rotterdam (Eva Pfannes & Sylvain Hartenberg)


ProgrammeNatalie Keppler