La Jetée by Chris Marker, Salut les Cubains by Agnès Varda, Tue recht und scheue niemand by Jutta Brückner, 35 Fotos by Helke Misselwitz, Väntan (Das Warten) by Peter Nestler, Radfahrer by Marc Thümmler, Lange Weile by Tina Bara, Wünsdorf by Elfi Mikesch
1 Oct, noon – midnight
2 – 4 Oct., 11 am – 7:30 pm
In German and English
Access is possible after registration at the counter and depending on available seats.
EMOP Opening Days: Fri – Sat (2 – 3 Oct) 11 am – 10 pm Sun (4 Oct) 11 am – 8 pm
From 6 Oct: Tue – Sun 11 am – 7 pm Thur 11 am – 10 pm
Free admission for under 19s and from 1 – 4 Oct
Guided tours with limited numbers of participants, Thur 6 pm (German), Thur 7 pm (English), Sun at 11 am and noon (with participating photographers) Curator’s tours with Ingo Taubhorn: Sun 4 Oct + 10 Oct 5 pm € 3 plus exhibition ticket
The transdisciplinary and transcultural online magazine is a space to exhibit and experiment and a digital open studio, offering fellows the opportunity to network with each other and with Akademie members, to develop digital projects and to make the exchange of knowledge visible within the international network.
Fabian Knecht, Isolation (52°33’44.1”N 14°03’12.8”E). 2019, installation in public space. Courtesy alexander levy
Nadim Samman and Matthias Sauerbruch developed a series of roundtable discussions within the framework of EC(centri)CITY – The Eccentric City, in which the city, social aspects, nature and public space as a compressor for artists and architects are discussed with international partners.
In English and German
In cooperation with Berlin Art Week, Innogy Stiftung and MONOPOL
A digital showcase affords an insight into the extensive holdings of the archives of the Akademie der Künste, which encompasses all art forms, collects and makes accessible the archives of outstanding artists in the German-speaking world.
To accompany the exhibition “John Heartfield – Photography plus Dynamite”, an online symposium addresses topical issues and questions derived from a re-examination of select aspects of John Heartfield’s works and their impact.
Conceived by Angela Lammert in collaboration with Ute Eskildsen, Florian Ebner and Charlotte Klonk