Nasan Tur: Backpacks, 2006; Courtesy: Nasan Tur, © (Nasan Tur) VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2013, photo: Nasan Tur
Nasan Tur: Backpacks, 2006; Courtesy: Nasan Tur, © (Nasan Tur) VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2013, photo: Nasan Tur

ifa exhibition

FUTURE PERFECT
Contemporary Art from Germany

20.07. – 17.09.2017
Centro Cultural Universitario Bicentario, San Luis Potosí

Sibylle Bergemann: Dakar, Senegal, 2001; © The Estate of Sibylle Bergemann / Ostkreuz
Sibylle Bergemann: Dakar, Senegal, 2001; © The Estate of Sibylle Bergemann / Ostkreuz

ifa exhibition

Sibylle Bergemann
Photographies

13.07. – 03.09.2017
Museo Metropolitano, Monterrey

Exhibitions Abroad

News

Olaf Nicolai: Giro, 2015, Performance; © Olaf Nicolai, VG Bild-kunst, Bonn, 2015

Premiere | The German contribution to the 56th Venice Biennial – "Fabrik" – will travel around the world. First stop is the Sursock Museum in Beirut, 30 March 2017 to 7 May 2017, followed by exhibitions in Mumbai and Tbilisi.

ifa Exhibitions Around the World

Exhibitions

Architecture

Berlin Tiergarten; Reconstruction of the Reichstag, 1961-1969; Architect: Paul G. R. Baumgarten; © Photo: Karl E. Jacobs
Berlin Tiergarten; Reconstruction of the Reichstag, 1961-1969; Architect: Paul G. R. Baumgarten; © Photo: Karl E. Jacobs

Fine Arts

Armando: flag 9-4-85, 1985; © Armando, photo: Friedrich Rosenstiel
Armando: flag 9-4-85, 1985; © Armando, photo: Friedrich Rosenstiel

Design

COMPANY – Johan Olin: Jeesus Furniture, 2006; Sessel; Foto: Janne Suhonen, © Johan Olin
COMPANY – Johan Olin: Jeesus Furniture, 2006; Sessel; Foto: Janne Suhonen, © Johan Olin

Photography and Film

Sibylle Bergemann: Dakar, Senegal, 2001; © Sibylle Bergemann
Sibylle Bergemann: Dakar, Senegal, 2001; © Sibylle Bergemann

ifa plans and organises exhibitions of contemporary art from Germany, presenting insights into the fine arts, photography and film, and design and architecture in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. These exhibitions tour the world for several years and are shown in international museums all over the world. In our diverse art education programmes we link the German art scene with international artists and cultural institutions and protagonists, setting up cooperation projects and networks. Our exhibitions create local forums for encounter, open up international perspectives, and build sustained stores of knowledge. ifa also provides loans to museums for special exhibitions and presentations.