2 – 4 pm Introduction to the exhibition Barkow Leibinger. Revolutions of Choice followed by workshop
Event held in German
There’s more than one way to engage with art. Our Family Saturday invites young and old to make their first steps and discover our exhibition. The art works shall be examined closely through short tours under the guidance of our art educators and inspire to embark on one’s own creative journey during the workshop afterwards. Showing up early guarantees a spot on the guided tour but late-comers are equally welcome and encouraged to join the workshop.
18 Euro / 15 Euro Registration and tickets via: email@example.com
Christopher Dell – Vibraphone Christian Lillinger – Percussion Jonas Westergaard – Double Bass
In their second outdoor jazz concert in August 2020, Dell Lillinger Westergaard (DLW) present the program of their latest recording “GRAMMAR II”. The nationally and internationally acclaimed ensemble continually pushes the boundaries of experimental music. The renowned British Wire Magazine, for example, described the process work of the outstanding musicians as “an intriguing exercise in creative composition”.
3 pm with Ludwig Engel, futurologist and urbanist.
Tour included in the admission fee. Max. 10 participants, register via: firstname.lastname@example.org
Bike tour to three jewels of the Berlin art landscape 1 pm – 4 pm 10 Euro (reduced 7 Euro)
Max. 12 participants, booking: email@example.com
Haus am Waldsee, Georg Kolbe Museum and Brücke Museum are three established Berlin institutions for modern and contemporary art on the outskirts of the city. All three houses are characterised by the charming combination of art, nature and architecture.
Cycle with us from house to house and gain in-depth insights into the history, architecture and concept of your three favourite art locations at Grunewald.
The tour will be cancelled if it rains.
11 am – 6 pm All-day: 30 Euro including exhibition 15 Euro per talk including exhibition Please register: firstname.lastname@example.org
All-day symposium on the occasion of the exhibition “Barkow Leibinger”.
Welcome: Katja Blomberg
Regine Leibinger (architect) Frank Barkow (architect) Ludwig Engel (curator of the exhibition) Konstantin Grcic (designer) Philip Ursprung (professor for art history and the history of architecture, ETH Zurich) Regula Lüscher (Berlin Senate building director, architect, urban planner)
Haus am Waldsee Internationale Kunst in Berlin Argentinische Allee 30 14163 Berlin 030 / 801 89 35
U3 Krumme Lanke S1 Mexikoplatz
18.07.–04.10.2020 Barkow Leibinger Revolutions of Choice soon fully accessible
Tuesday to Sunday from 11am–6pm Closed on Mondays Open on Holidays
7 Euro 5 Euro reduced Free of charge for children below the age of 18
Tuesday to Sunday from 11am–6pm Closed on Mondays
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