Discussion

Interventions
by students of the weißensee kunsthochschule

15. July 2020, 12.00 – 4.00pm
Related Exhibition: Max Kaus
Among Friends

For the second time, art and design students at the Weissensee School of Art and Design have taken a closer look at the Brücke-Museum. Under difficult conditions, the first digital semester, interventions have been developed which are now being shown and tested in the exhibition space. The students invite you to staged situations of aesthetic experience. The seminar was accompanied by the artist and art mediator Prof. Mona Jas and the curator for Outreach Daniela Bystron.

Greetings from Neukölln beach holidays
Noëmie Cassagnau

Noëmie Cassagnau works with the nature paintings of the Brücke artists – especially with the motif of the bathers – by creating an analogy between the depicted figures in the historical paintings and the urban sunbathers today. Differences become obvious: the diversity of Berlin’s current cityscape contrasts with the homogeneous representations of the Expressionist group of artists. Postcards show today’s Berlin scenes, a sound installation makes aesthetic observations of today audible.

Time: 12 noon / 1 pm / 2 pm / 3 pm
Location: Postcard stand in the foyer and sound in the exhibition space


Dialogue Distance (A letter in between)
Vera Castelijns

Take a seat and keep a distance of 1.5 m. Take your time to look at the painting more closely. You can now open a dialogue with the painting or with the person depicted. Maybe you write down your thoughts or messages and write a letter to the painting?

Location: Exhibition space

Right Position?
Sofya Chernykh

Is there a correct position in art, in a museum or as a viewer? Which perspectives do artists and curators take? How do museums establish structures that generate orders in art? And what possibilities are there for the public to find an unobstructed view or their own position? Sofya Chernykh invites you to a 1-on-1 performance to explore these topics together.

Time: 12:45 noon / 1:15 pm / 1:45 pm / 2:15 pm / 2:45 pm / 3:15 pm / 3:45 pm (registration on site)
Location: Beach chair in the exhibition room

Lenses
Polly Härle

Looking at art is often done routinely: Usually we keep the same distance from the works, first capturing the entire picture before we turn our attention to the details. I would like to break through and reverse this approach with you. The field of vision is reduced to a minimum, so that an unfamiliar and new view of the paintings can emerge. Afterwards, I invite you to a conversation about your new reception.

Time: 12:30 noon / 1:30 pm / 2:30 pm / 3:30 pm (registration on site)
Location: Museum’s garden and exhibition space

Framecolour
Affiba Karkani

Often the walls in museums are painted white. The colour white is classic, clean and neutral. For many visitors white walls are normal inside museums. When I visited the website of the Brücke-Museum for the first time, I was surprised by the multicolored backgrounds, because they deviated from the classical, neutral backgrounds. I asked myself to what extent the colour of the environment changes the work of art. There should be something like that in a museum, I thought! You can try it yourself today.

Time: 12 noon–4 pm
Location: Exhibition space

The Sun keeps on shining, Brücke Friends 2020
Sigune Roloff

Sigune Roloff stages a painting situation of a Brücke artist in 2020 in the garden, en plein air (in the open air). The visitors are invited to join her and leave one or more ceremonial brushstrokes.

Time: 12 noon–4 pm
Location: Museum’s garden

The way in between: An audio walk
Lorenz Willkomm

Every visitor finds their own way through the exhibition rooms, follows different rhythms and thus performs an individual dance. The audio walk is intended to encourage the audience to consciously experience this path between the images. The path in between is an audio guide that does not tell you what you see, but how you could see.

Time: 12 noon–4 pm
Location: Exhibition space

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Admission is free for students. Public events are included in the admission fee, admission is free for under-18s. Registration is not necessary for this event, registration for the 1-on-1 actions is possible at the entrance with Daniela Bystron and Mona Jas. There may be short waiting times due to the current rules of hygiene and conduct.

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Interventions
by students of the weißensee kunsthochschule

15 Jul

Training, Discussion

– POSTPONED –
Exchange: School and Museum

3 – 5 pm
Related Exhibition: Max Kaus
Among Friends

Brücke-Museum is constantly developing participatory programmes for schools and educational institutions. At this meeting, we would like to exchange ideas with teachers, educators and cultural mediators.

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A new date will be announced at the earliest opportunity. The event is free of charge.

Information and registration:
Museumsdienst Berlin
+49 (0)30 247 49 888 (Mon–Fri: 9 am–4 pm, Sat–Sun: 9 am–1 pm)
museumsdienst@kulturprojekte.berlin

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Training, Discussion

– POSTPONED – Exchange: School and Museum

23 Apr

Discussion, Focus: Brücke

ONLINE – Workshop
Tools of Provenance Research

2 pm – 5 pm
Related Exhibition: Max Kaus
Among Friends

For the second Day of Provenance Research, interested people gain insights in the current provenance research at Brücke-Museum in an online workshop with provenance researcher Nadine Bauer.

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The Workshop will take place on Facebook.

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ONLINE – Workshop Tools of Provenance Research

8 Apr

Discussion, Focus: Brücke

Cancelled – Focus: Brücke
“Out of Control” – The Brücke Artists under the Spell of Vincent van Gogh
Talk by Elena Schroll

Unfortunately, we have to cancel the event Focus: Brücke on Thursday, 12 March 2020 due to the current recommendations of the Berlin Senate and will find another date.

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Public events are in German if not stated otherwise and included in the admission fee.

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Cancelled – Focus: Brücke “Out of Control” – The Brücke Artists under the Spell of Vincent van Gogh
Talk by Elena Schroll

12 Mar

Guided tour, Discussion

Re-visited III
Limitation, Perspective and Cutout

Dialogical exhibition tour and intervention with Susanne Schuricht
Artist, Berlin

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Public events are in German if not stated otherwise and included in the admission fee. For the

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Re-visited III
Limitation, Perspective and Cutout

7 Mar

Guided tour, Discussion

Re-visited II
Of Corners and Edges

Dialogical exhibition tour with Lucija Wićaz
Carpenter and cultural scientist, Berlin

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Public events are in German if not stated otherwise and included in the admission fee.

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Re-visited II
Of Corners and Edges

29 Feb

Discussion, Guided tour

Frames in Focus

with Eva Mendgen, art historian, Saarbrücken and
Werner Murrer, curator of the exhibition and frame expert, München

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Public events are in German if not stated otherwise and included in the admission fee.

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Frames in Focus

26 Jan

Discussion, Training

Brücke After Hours
Young Professionals in Conversation

An evening of art, criticism and Kir Royal

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The event takes place in German spoken language; some inputs will be in English. Entrance is free.

During the event, photographs will be taken which we will use for non-commercial advertising purposes. By participating, you agree to a possible posting on our website or in the social media. If you do not wish to appear in the photos, please contact the photographers directly.

The building is accessible at ground level, wheelchair accessible toilets are situated in the neighbouring building, the Kunsthaus Dahlem. If you have any questions or needs for the evening, do get in touch with us: hogrefe[at]bruecke-museum.de

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Brücke After Hours
Young Professionals in Conversation

16 Jan

Discussion, Guided tour

Re-visited I
Framing Performance (in English)

Dialogical exhibition tour in English with Renen Itzhaki
Choreographer, Berlin

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Public events are included in the admission fee.

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Re-visited I
Framing Performance (in English)

15 Dec 2019

Training, Discussion

Exchange: School and Museum

Brücke-Museum is constantly developing new programmes for schools and would like to use this meeting to exchange ideas with teachers, educators and cultural mediators.

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Information and registration:
Museumsdienst Berlin
+49 (0)30 247 49 888 (Mon–Fri: 9 am–4 pm, Sat–Sun: 9 am–1 pm)
museumsdienst@kulturprojekte.berlin

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Exchange: School and Museum

3 Dec 2019

Guided tour, Discussion

Re-visited V
Provenance Research at Brücke-Museum

Dialogical exhibition tour with Nadine Bauer
Provenance researcher, Berlin

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Public events are in German and included in the admission fee.

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Re-visited V Provenance Research at Brücke-Museum

10 Aug 2019

Guided tour, Discussion

Re-visited IV
Sign Languages in the Museum

Dialogical talk with Andreas Döltgen, Berlin

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Public events are included in the admission fee. This event is in German Sign Language and will be translated simultaneously to German Spoken Language.

Please register with Nora Hogrefe via hogrefe[at]bruecke-museum.de or 030 8390 0864. Please notify us about possible assistance needs.

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Re-visited IV Sign Languages in the Museum

8 Aug 2019

Guided tour, Discussion

– cancelled –
Re-visited III

Criticising Racism in the Museum

Dialogical talk with Tahir Della
Promotor for decolonisation and antiracism, glokal e.V. Berlin

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Public events are in German and included in the admission fee.

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– cancelled – Re-visited III
Criticising Racism in the Museum

29 Jun 2019

Discussion

Symposium
Between Images
Contemporary, artistic perspectives on post-war society

In the context of the exhibition Escape into Art? The Brücke Painters in the Nazi Period, the symposium Between Images explores contemporary artistic perspectives on the period after World War II. While the exhibition critically examines the artistic practice and scope of action of the Brücke artists from 1933 to 1949 for the first time, the invited artists of the symposium will use various media to approach the question of how it was possible to live together after the disillusionment of the lost war. Which moral and cultural voids or family gaps – reaching up to the present day – form the starting point of the artistic debate?

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11 am Guided tour: Lisa Marei Schmidt, Director Brücke-Museum
12 noon Lecture: Museum of American Art in Berlin
1 pm Film screening: Maya Schweizer Passing Down, Frame One (2017)*
2 pm Lunch breack
3 pm Reading: Svenja Leiber Das letzte Land (2014)*
4 pm Talk: Christa Jeitner
5 pm Film screening: Annette Weisser Kanon (2006)*
6 pm Closing and drinks

*The formats marked with * will be presented with the method Hasenherz by Ruth Anderwald + Leonhard Grond.

Please register with Nora Hogrefe.
The symposium is included in the admission fee, attendance for children over three years and lunch by registration.

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Symposium Between Images
Contemporary, artistic perspectives on post-war society

16 Jun 2019

Guided tour, Discussion

Re-visited II
Ethics in the Museum

Dialogical exhibition tour with Veronika Nahm
Anne Frank Zentrum Berlin

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Public events are in German and included in the admission fee.

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Re-visited II Ethics in the Museum

25 May 2019

Guided tour, Discussion

Re-visited I
Limitations of Thinking, Limitations of Acting

Dialogical exhibition tour with Andreas Hüneke
Art historian, Potsdam

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Public events are in German and included in the admission fee.

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Re-visited I Limitations of Thinking, Limitations of Acting

27 Apr 2019

Guided tour, Discussion

Re-visited II
Interrogating the Stereotypes of Volkskunst

Conversation with Sabine Eggmann

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Public events are in German and included in the admission fee.

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Re-visited II Interrogating the Stereotypes of Volkskunst

30 Mar 2019

Guided tour, Discussion

Re-visited I
Textiles and Artistic Practice

Conversation with Judith Raum

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Public events are in German and included in the admission fee.

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Re-visited I Textiles and Artistic Practice

16 Mar 2019

Guided tour, Discussion

Re-visited III
Max Pechstein's "The Fishing Boat"

3–4 pm
Related Exhibition: 1913: The Brücke and Berlin

Dialogical tour with Kamal Sallat
Artist, Berlin

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Re-visited III Max Pechstein's "The Fishing Boat"

24 Nov 2018

Guided tour, Discussion

Neu gesichtet II
Berlin – City of Pleasure

3–4 pm

Dialogical Tour with Daniel Morat
Historian at the Free University, Berlin

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Neu gesichtet II Berlin – City of Pleasure

16 Nov 2018

Guided tour, Discussion

Re-visited I
The Empire in the First Globalization

3–4 pm
Related Exhibition: 1913: The Brücke and Berlin

Dialogical tour with PD Hedwig Richter
Historian at the Institue for Social Research, Hamburg

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Re-visited I The Empire in the First Globalization

27 Oct 2018