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Ausstellungsbesucher, Museumsprofis und Journalisten finden hier Sonderausstellungen aus ganz Europa. Abgedeckt werden nach ICOM Museen, Ausstellungshallen, Science Centers, Botanische Gärten, Zoos etc Geographisch decken wir die europäische Türkei und Israel zusätzlich ab. Vuele Museen haben leider nicht mehr die Kapazitäten, uns Ihre Ausstellungen mitzuteilen.SQL-Datenbankabfrage sowie oben Abfrage des gesamten Portals mittels Google.

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Welcome to our exhibition module covering Europe, European Turkey and Israel. According to ICOM we include museums, exhibition halls, science centers, botanical gardens, zoos etc. Due to reduction of personnel, many museums are unable to communicate their exhibitions to us. SQL-query with additional Google search tool for the whole portal. Enjoy!

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Zagreb, City of female Artists / Works of Croatian Women Artists from the end of the 19th to the 21st century


Von/from: 06.02.2020  Bis/until: 12.04.2020

The Art Pavilion in Zagreb is starting its exhibition season with the show Zagreb, City of female Artists. The exhibition is being specially put on to mark the Croatian Presidency of the Council of the European Union, and also in honour of Zagreb, capital of the Republic of Croatia, from which the Government of the Republic of Croatia will preside over the Council of the European Union.

Although the city of Zagreb has always been a place in which cultures and arts have intermingled, we are often in danger of forgetting the many women artists who have placed their own stamp on the cultural and artistic life that Zagreb lives today. In order to recall those earlier Croatian artistic women visionaries (who are mostly remembered purely on paper) and gather them together with contemporary artists, the Art Pavilion in Zagreb has decided to devote its first exhibition in 2020 to Croatian female artists who have left an indelible mark in the history of the art of Zagreb and, naturally, in consequence, on the whole of the Croatian visual scene.
The basic idea of the exhibition is to provide a historical and critical cross-section from the oeuvres of those women visual artists who worked and left a record of themselves in the cultural life of the city of Zagreb in a period stretching from the end of the 19th century to the present age. Within this relatively wide span of time, the generations of women artists will be presented in three large, historically logical units The first will cover the generations that were at work up to World War II; the second, those generations who started their exhibition activity after World War II and produced the major part of their work in the following decades; the third unit comprises the generations who appeared on the scene in the early seventies and later, and are, most of them, still at work.

The exhibition will cover a hundred works: the paintings, sculptures, video performances, audio and video installations of the most significant women artists from the end of the 19th century, starting with Anka Bestall, Slava Raškaj, Lina Crnčić Virant, Nasta Rojc, Mila Wod, Sonja Kovačić-Tajčević, Anka Krizmanić, Vera Nikolić Podrinska and Zdenka Ostović Pexidr Srića; it will go on with Nevenka Đorđević, Ksenija Kantoci, Marta Ehrlich, Mila Kumbatović, Melita Bošnjak, Miranda Morić, Milena Lah, Vera Josipović, Vesna Sokolić, Borka Avramova, Vera Fischer, Vera Dajht Kralj, Tonka Petrić, Biserka Baretić, Marija Ujević, Ljerka Šibenik, Goranka Vrus Murtić, Nives Kavurić Kurtović, Zdenka Pozaić, Edita Schubert, Marijana Muljević, Sanja Iveković, Jadranka Fatur, Nevenka Arbanas, Vesna Popržan, Breda Beban, Nina Ivančić, Zvjezdana Fio and Dubravka Rakoci, then continuing with Vlasta Delimar, Vesna Pokas, Kata Mijatović, Amela Frankl, Ksenija Turčić, Mirjana Vodopija, Vlasta Žanić, Kristina Leko, Božena Končić Badurina, Magdalena Pederin, Nika Radić, Ivana Franke, Martina Mezak, Ana Hušman and Andreja Kulunčić with the women´s collective ISTE.

The artists and their works have been chosen by the women who created the expert conception of the exhibition, Dr Ljerka Dulibić, Iva Radmila Janković, senior curator of the MCA in Zagreb and Dr Ivana Mance; the original idea for the exhibition was provided by the director of the Art Pavilion, Jasminka Poklečki Stošić. The spatial concept and the design of the exhibition have been created by the architect Morana Vlahović.

This is the first exhibition since the Republic of Croatia became independent to have been devoted only to women artists at work over such a long stretch of time, also including the works of female artists in all the media – from classic painting and sculpture to contemporary manners of artistic expression.

The actual idea of the exhibition has behind it a deeper and equally important meaning that will become apparent in the wider social context through the panel discussions that will constitute a side event of the exhibition. Through this exhibition, that is, the Art Pavilion in Zagreb wishes to encompass the wider social context of the position of women in the 21st century: from the general position, in the business world, for example, to the fact that women are every day exposed to male violence and aggression. It will also attempt to ascertain what the real position of women artists in Croatia is in 2020. It is our hope through the panel discussions additionally to raise the consciousness of the public concerning the overall position of women in Croatia, and further afield, and to examine what we, as a community, and as individuals, can do with respect to this issue.
 
Öffnungszeiten / Opening
Tue - Sun 11 - 20
Fri 11 - 21
Last friday of month 11 - 22

Sponsor(en) / Sponsors
Ministry of Culture, City of Zagreb, Zagreb Tourist Board

Veranstalter / Institution
Art Pavilion in Zagreb
Trg kralja Tomislava 22
HR 10000 Zagreb

Tel.: +38514876487
Fax: +38514841080
E-Mail: info@umjetnicki-paviljon.hr
WWW: https://www.umjetnicki-paviljon.hr/en/portfolios/w

Metamorphosen in Schwarz – Kalligraphietusche aus Suzuka und Kalligraphien von Frank Merten


Von/from: 04.04.2020  Bis/until: 05.07.2020

In Suzuka gibt es nicht nur weltbekannte Formel-1-Rennen, sondern auch eine jahrhundertealte Tradition der Tuschstein-Herstellung. Die rechteckigen schwarzen Tuschblöcke – Kleinode aus einem Teig aus Knochenleim, Kiefernruß und Borneol geknetete und aufwändig getrocknete Kunstwerke – entstehen in sorgfältiger Handarbeit über mehrere Monate hinweg. Die Ausstellung im Siebold-Museum vermittelt einen Einblick in dieses aussterbende Kunsthandwerk und kombiniert dazu Kalligraphien des Berliner Künstlers Frank Merten. Vernissage ist am 4. April um 18 Uhr im Siebold-Museum in der Frankfurter Straße 87. Anschließend ist die Schau bis zum 5. Juli zu sehen.
 
Öffnungszeiten / Opening
Di.-So. 14:30 - 17:30 Uhr
Mo. Ruhetag
Karfreitag: geschlosen
Ostermontag: geöffnet

Veranstalter / Institution
Siebold-Museum
Frankfurter Straße 87
DE 97082 Würzburg

Tel.: 0931 – 413541
Fax: 0931 - 6192240
E-Mail: sieboldgesellschaft@web.de
WWW: http://siebold-museum.byseum.de/de/home

Und ich küsse Dich mit allen Gedanken! Elsa Asenijeff und Max Klinger in Briefen und Bildern


Von/from: 09.06.2020  Bis/until: 23.08.2020

Das Klinger-Jahr 2020 erinnert an den 100. Todestag des großen Leipziger Künstlers. Dies ist Anlass für das Stadtgeschichtliche Museum, Elsa Asenijeff, bedeutende Schriftstellerin und Klingers langjäh-rige Lebensgefährtin, in den Mittelpunkt zu stellen.

Im Zentrum der Ausstellung steht der Briefwechsel der beiden, das Museum besitzt mehr als 1300 Briefe, die sie sich zwischen 1898 und 1915 geschrieben haben.

Die Briefe, dazu Dokumente, Gemälde und Zeichnungen, werfen ein Licht auf Asenijeffs literarisches Schaffen im Umkreis der avantgardistischen Leipziger Literaturszene ebenso wie auf die künstlerisch- fruchtbare Zusammenarbeit der beiden und nicht zuletzt auf ihre große und tragisch endende Liebe zueinander.



 
Öffnungszeiten / Opening
Di - So 10 - 18 Uhr

Veranstalter / Institution
Stadtgeschichtliches Museum Leipzig - Sonderausstellungsräume
Böttchergäßchen 3
DE 04109 Leipzig

Tel.: 0341 9651 316
Fax: 0341 9651 352
E-Mail: stadtmuseum@leipzig.de
WWW: https://www.stadtgeschichtliches-museum-leipzig.de


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