Archive for November, 2014

Exhibition: From Ackermann to Zabotin

Exhibition: From Ackermann to Zabotin

. November 11, 2014

The Municipal Gallery Karlsruhe as guest at the ZKM | Museum of Contemporary Art Begin Fri, 03.10.2014 11 am End Sun, 29.03.2015 6 pm Venue ZKM | Museum of Contemporary Art Cost Museum admission Due to comprehensive renovation work, the Städtische Galerie Karlsruhe [Municipal Gallery] has been obliged to look for a temporary home for […]

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Exhibition: ZKM_Gameplay

Exhibition: ZKM_Gameplay

. November 11, 2014

The Game platform at the ZKM. Restart the Game! Begin Fri, 12.09.2014 11 am End Sun, 29.03.2015 6 pm Venue ZKM | Museum of Contemporary Art Cost Museumseintritt The game platform »ZKM_Gameplay« is moving out of the ZKM | Media Museum and relocating to the ZKM | Museum of Contemporary Art. »ZKM_Gameplay« is scheduled to […]

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School’s Out/Art’s In at The Katonah Museum of Art

School’s Out/Art’s In at The Katonah Museum of Art

. November 11, 2014

Looking for something to do when the kids have no school? Get inspired by the Katonah Museum of Art’s exhibition Lethal Beauty: Samurai Weapons and Armor with fun art activities each day. For children age 3 and up. Children under age 6 participate with an adult; 7 and older, adults must remain at the Museum. […]

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Exhibition: Striking Types

Exhibition: Striking Types

. November 11, 2014

Historic Typewriters in Changing Times. Writing Machines and Obsolescence. Photography by Robert Bean Begin Fri, 14.11.2014 10 am End Tue, 06.01.2015 6 pm Venue ZKM_Media Lounge Cost Free entry The @-sign was first integrated into the keyboard in 1882, when North American typewriter manufacture, Caligraph, presented Model 2 in the USA. The occasion was a […]

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Exhibition: Ed Sommer. Planetare Allianz

Exhibition: Ed Sommer. Planetare Allianz

. November 11, 2014

Begin Sat, 06.09.2014 11 am End Tue, 06.01.2015 6 pm Venue ZKM_Media Lounge, ZKM_Museum Balcony Cost Free entry The ZKM is scheduled to show an overview of the multilayered work of Ed Sommer, the artist who prefers to call himself »picture-language maker«. The retrospective exhibition ranges from early monochrome relief paintings and better-known thermorplastic deformations […]

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