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Exhibitions at documenta und Museum Fridericianum Veranstaltungs-GmbH

documentaDE

documenta und Museum Fridericianum Veranstaltungs-GmbH
Friedrichsplatz 18
34117 Kassel

0561-707270


www.documenta.de

documenta 14 Kassel

documenta 14 Kassel

– 13 Sep 2017
The documenta 14 is the fourteenth edition of the art exhibition documenta and will take place 2017 in both Kassel, Germany its traditional home, and Athens, Greece. It will be held first in Athens from 8 April till 16 July, and in Kassel from 10 June till 17 September 2017. As part of the concept of the artistic director Adam Szymczyk the exhibition will proceed in both countries. The artists should work with and on both locations.

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documentaDE

documenta und Museum Fridericianum Veranstaltungs-GmbH
Friedrichsplatz 18
34117 Kassel

0561-707270


www.documenta.de

dOCUMENTA (13)

dOCUMENTA (13)

– 16 Sep 2012
dOCUMENTA (13) opens to the public in Kassel on June 9, 2012. For 100 days, over 150 artists from 55 countries and other participants from around the world will gather and present artworks, including sculpture, performance, installation, research, archiving and curatorial projects, painting, photography, film and video, text and audio works as well as other objects and experiments in the fields of art, politics, literature, philosophy, and science.Karlsaue Park, a venue of dOCUMENTA (13)For the … more

documentaDE

documenta und Museum Fridericianum Veranstaltungs-GmbH
Friedrichsplatz 18
34117 Kassel

0561-707270


www.documenta.de

Documenta Kassel 2007

Documenta Kassel 2007

– 23 Sep 2007
documenta is regarded as the most important exhibition of contemporary art, drawing attention from all over the world. It was initiated in 1955 by the artist and art educator, Arnold Bode, in Kassel. After the period of Nazi dictatorship, it was supposed to reconcile German public life with international modernity and also confront it with its own failed Enlightenment.

Nobody would have thought at that time that the exhibition, often called the Hundred Day Museum, would become an unparalleled s… more