Haus der Kulturen der Welt
Doug Ashford, Michael Baers, Antonina Baever, Alessandro Balteo-Yazbeck, Romare Bearden, Samuel Beckett, Lene Berg, Fernando Bryce, Daniel Buren, Luis Camnitzer, Broomberg & Chanarin, Moiseyev Dance Company, Alice Creischer, Max de Haas, Liu Ding, Charles & Ray Eames, Miklós Erdély, Didactic Exhibition, Peter Friedl, Liam Gillick, Sheela Gowda, The Otolith Group, Philip Guston, Chia-Wei Hsu, Iman Issa, Voluspa Jarpa, Nam June Paik, Gruppe Gummi K, David Lamelas, Art & Language, Norman Lewis, İlhan Mimaroğlu, Irving Norman, Guillermo Nuñez, Branwen Okpako, Boris Ondreička, Décio Pignatari, Howardena Pindell, Sigmar Polke, Rebecca H. Quaytman, Walid Raad, Steve Reich, Ad Reinhardt, Gerhard Richter, Faith Ringgold, Norman Rockwell, Peter Roehr, Martha Rosler, Twins Seven Seven, Charles Shaw, Yashas Shetty, Francis Newton Souza, Frank Stella, Endre Tót, Suzanne Treister, Josip Vanista, Wolf Vostell, Susanne Wenger
HKW is closed until the end of 2016 and is now out and about with projects in Berlin, Hamburg and Munich. | More information...
The Haus der Kulturen der Welt is a place for international contemporary arts and a forum for current developments and discourse. Located in the capital city of Berlin, it presents artistic productions from around the world, with a special focus on non-European cultures and societies. Visual arts, music, literature, performing arts, film, academic discussions and digital media are all linked in an interdisciplinary programme that is unique in Europe. In a time when local and national issues are inextricably tied to international developments, the Haus enables the voices of the world to be heard in their great diversity and gives them a productive place in the inner-societal dialogue. In cooperation with artists and experts, it offers visitors opportunities to grapple with the conflicts, challenges and questions of our time: How do our respective living conditions impinge upon each other? What kind of a future do we want to live in? How can we shape our world more intelligently, but also more poetically?