Wolfgang Tillmans: Greifbar 29, 2014

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Wolfgang Tillmans
Fragile

09.07.2018 – 30.09.2018
Johannesburg Art Gallery, Johannesburg

Helga Paris: from the series 'buildings and faces. Halle 1983–85‘; © Helga Paris
Helga Paris: from the series 'buildings and faces. Halle 1983–85‘; © Helga Paris

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Helga Paris
Photography

06.09.2018 – 27.09.2018
Muzej savremene umjetnosti Republike Srpske, Banja Luka

Bildmarke "An Atlas of Commoning"

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An Atlas of Commoning
Orte des Gemeinschaffens

23.06.2018 – 26.08.2018
Kunstraum Kreuzberg, Berlin

Peter Behrens: 'Werkbund-Paket', packaging for Bahlsen biscuits, 1914; © Bahlsen-Archiv, Hannover; © (Peter Behrens) VG Bild-Kunst Bonn, 2009
Peter Behrens: 'Werkbund-Paket', packaging for Bahlsen biscuits, 1914; © Bahlsen-Archiv, Hannover; © (Peter Behrens) VG Bild-Kunst Bonn, 2009

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100 YEARS DEUTSCHER WERKBUND
1907|2007

24.05.2018 – 26.08.2018
Sungkok Art Museum, Seoul

Men with gas masks. Etching by Otto Dix from the folio 'War'
Otto Dix: assault troops advance under gas, 1924; from the folio 'War', 1924, etchings; © (Otto Dix) VG Bild-Kunst Bonn, 1999

ifa exhibition

OTTO DIX
Social Criticism 1920–24 | 'The War' 1924

09.08.2018 – 30.09.2018
Max Mueller Bhavan, Mumbai

Exhibitions Abroad

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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.