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The Journal der Künste 7 with contributions of: Moshe Zimmermann, Micha Ullman and Matthias Flügge, Francis Kéré, Mathias Greffrath, Kathrin Röggla, Michael Ruetz, Christian Bommarius, László F. Földényi, Karin Sander, Eran Schaerf, Helmut Draxler, Christina Weiss, and much more.


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Winter Service, "Haferkakao" (oat cocoa), Baltic Sea Week and Tanning Cream! In the 1950s, design and advertising content were as varied as the product range of the planned economy was manageable. Twelve more motifs from the poster collection of the Akademie der Künste with short texts by Matthias Biskupek offer insights into the world of GDR advertising graphics.

The book is the first to document in text and image all the well-known buildings designed by Hans Scharoun, including his early work in East Prussia. Photographs specially taken by Carsten Krohn, historical photographs and plans from the Hans-Scharoun-Archiv at the Akademie provide a new perspective on this expressive, organic architecture.

This richly illustrated publication presents the special events of the JUNGE AKADEMIE in 2017, including many encounters with Akademie members and new partners. Under the rubric "RetroProSpekt MODERNE", Akademie fellows examined Modernism less as a style fixed in time than as an artistic position. They raised questions about what remains unfulfilled in Modernism, about sustainability and necessary reforms.

As part of the Berlin Fellowship awarded by the Akademie der Künste in Berlin, Dénes Krusovszky (Literature Fellow) and Benjamin Stölzel (Visual Arts Fellow) got to know each other in spring 2017. The poems in this book by Dénes Krusovszky were written as a reaction to selected sculptures by Benjamin Stölzel.

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Journal der Künste 6
offers several artists' contributions: a photo series on Silvia Bovenschen; a carte blanche by Monika Rinck; the continuation of the experimental dialogue between Kathrin Röggla and Manos Tsangaris; a story about someone who fled from Syria by Senthuran Varatharajah; a stay in Berlin by Fiston Mwanza Mujila; acoustic poetry, intuitive culture of listening and a contribution on Heinrich Mann and the Akademie from the archive, and much more.

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An extensively illustrated book is published about the set and costume designer Martin Rupprecht's life's work for the stage, which also includes his freelance artwork for the first time. Essays by scholars and Rupprecht's companions reflect his oeuvre and its developments.
Texts by Martin Rupprecht, Julia Burde, Stephan Dörschel, Michael Hampe, Volker Hassemer, Werner Heegewaldt, Nele Hertling, Gerald Köhler, Peter W. Marx, Sabine Sterken, Christoph Tannert, Matthias Zwarg.

The Reader for this season's main topic at the Akademie compiles text essays by curators and protagonists, who introduce the artistic developments of the West Berlin music label FMP and its unique concert events as a dynamic art and music scene in Eastern Europe after 1968, and as an expression of a multifaceted counterculture in Poland, the GDR, Czechoslovakia, the Soviet Union and Hungary.

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Journal der Künste 5 will be available in German and English now, providing an overview of the focus of the future programme and information about new acquisitions and finds from the Akademie's archives. With contributions on the Underground and Improvisation and Abfallprodukte der Liebe projects or the Wo kommen wir hin interdisciplinary research project, as well as the lecture My Inner Europe (Cette Europe qui est en moi) by Alain Mabanckou, and the lecture on the Valeska Gert Visiting Professorship by Lia Rodrigues, and much more.

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