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

28.02.2018 – 01.04.2018
M. K. Ciurlionis National Museum of Art, Kaunas

Michael Schäfer: untitled, 2015, from: invasive links; © Michael Schäfer
Michael Schäfer: untitled, 2015, from: invasive links; © Michael Schäfer

ifa exhibition

WITH / AGAINST THE FLOW
#1 Viktoria Binschtok / #2 Michael Schäfer

02.03.2018 – 01.04.2018
A. Kasteyev State Museum of Arts, Almaty

Rosemarie Trockel: Siesta, 2000; © (Rosemarie Trockel) VG Bild-Kunst Bonn, 2003; photo: Bernhard Schaub
Rosemarie Trockel: Siesta, 2000; © (Rosemarie Trockel) VG Bild-Kunst Bonn, 2003; photo: Bernhard Schaub

ifa exhibition

Rosemarie Trockel
Drawings, objects and videos

22.02.2018 – 01.04.2018
Museum of Contemporary Art of the Vojvodina, Novi Sad

Front: Blow Away Vase, 2009; vase, Moooi BV, Belgien; photo: Maarten van Houten, © Maarten van Houten
Front: Blow Away Vase, 2009; vase, Moooi BV, Belgien; photo: Maarten van Houten, © Maarten van Houten

ifa exhibition

new olds
Design between Tradition and Innovation

09.02. – 08.04.2018
Novosibirsk State Museum of Art

Exhibitions Abroad

News

Christa Jeitner: Verfestigte Halde, 2016; Foto: Uwe Walther, © (Christa Jeitner) VG Bild-Kunst Bonn, 2017

Premiere | The textile within the visual arts is in the focus of the 'The Event of a Thread' exhibition. Which are the meanings and messages of textures? What is the cultural status of fabrics? How can they be 'read'? What does tissue tell of its origin, its relevance, and its social importance?

ifa Exhibitions Around the World

Helga Paris. Photography

ifpressfile Helga Paris,  Winsstrasse with Pigeon, 1970s,  : Helga Paris
20.04.2018 - 11.05.2018
Cluj Napoca
Exhibition-Catalogue on ifa Publikationen
Cluj Napoca

Exhibitions

Architecture

Kunsthaus Zug mobil, c/o Kunsthaus Zug, 2002; rheinflügel; photo and ©: Guido Baselgia
Kunsthaus Zug mobil, c/o Kunsthaus Zug, 2002; rheinflügel; photo and ©: Guido Baselgia

Fine Arts

Thomas Müller: Ohne Titel, 2008; © (Thomas Müller) VG Bild-Kunst Bonn, 2010; Foto: Friedrich Rosenstiel
Thomas Müller: Untitled, 2008; © (Thomas Müller) VG Bild-Kunst Bonn, 2010; photo: Friedrich Rosenstiel

Design

Matali Crasset: Digestion n°1, 1998, seat cushion, Edra; photo: Emilio Tremolada, © Edra
Matali Crasset: Digestion n°1, 1998, seat cushion, Edra; photo: Emilio Tremolada, © Edra

Photography and Film

Barbara Klemm: opening of the Brandenburg gate, Berlin, 22. December 1989; © Barbara Klemm
Barbara Klemm: opening of the Brandenburg gate, Berlin, 22. December 1989; © Barbara Klemm

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.