The First World War ended on 11 November 1918. One hundred years later, 31 internationally renowned artists designed a mobile memorial for peace. The exhibition at the Reichstag will be open to the public from November 10 until January 06, 2019.
Entry to the exhibition ONLY by reserving tickets in advance!
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A new documentary now on DocFilm about TMOCA and Persian ex-Empress Farah Diba, who built a magnificent collection of contemporary art.
As Tmoca renovates not only the storage, as previous announced in the International Artnewspaper, but also the exhibition-halls, the roof and the terraces, the opening of the exhibition has to be moved from 21 February to Autumn 2019.
The, for November, planned press-conference will take place next year, as soon the final opening date is know. Until that date the Tmoca wishes to withhold giving further information.
The exhibition has a new title, "Dialog", and will include next to the famous western icons also works from various museums in Teheran, as the National Museum and the Glassware Museum. The exhibition will be a dialogue between art and objects from the West and Iran, with archeological, modern and contemporary works. The exhibition will include also, in Iran never seen, video-installations by international artists.
ZERO war von Männern dominiert. So lautet das Vorurteil, und ein Blick auf die Museums- und Marktpräsenz von Künstlern wie Lucio Fontana oder Günther Uecker scheint es zu bestätigen. Vergessen wird dabei, dass auch Künstlerinnen wie Nanda Vigo, Rotraut, Hal Busse oder Yayoi Kusama eine nicht zu unterschätzende Rolle in dem Ende der 1950er-Jahre gebildeten Zero-Netzwerk spielten. Tim Ackermann von Weltkunst hat ihrer Spur gefolgt.