Michael Müller

SKITS. 13 exhibitions in 9 rooms
26.11.2016 – 19.2.2017
  After the restoration of its roof, the Staatliche Kunsthalle Baden-Baden will reopen its upper floors by presenting »SKITS. 13 Exhibitions in 9 Rooms«, a solo exhibition of the Berlin-based artist Michael Müller, from 26 November 2016 to 19 February 2017.Sixteen tons of fire-dried quartz sand, hundreds of metres of pond foil, several square metres of white and pink carpet, several tracks of translucent red plastic foil,


Dachsanierung in der Staatlichen Kunsthalle Baden-Baden

19.6.2016 – 19.11.2016
Diesen Sommer schließt die Staatliche Kunsthalle Baden-Baden ihre Räume im Obergeschoss. Die Wiedereröffnung erfolgt im November 2016 mit einer Einzelpräsentation des in Berlin lebenden Künstlers Michael MüllerIm Sommer 2016 wird das denkmalgeschützte Dach der Staatlichen Kunsthalle Baden-Baden umfassend saniert. In dieser Zeit ruht der Ausstellungsbetrieb im Obergeschoss des Hauses. Das Programm des


Money, Good and Evil. A Visual History of the Economy

5.3.2016 – 19.6.2016
  In the spring of 2016, the exhibition »Money, Good and Evil« will be on view at Staatliche Kunsthalle, Baden-Baden Museum, and Casino Baden-Baden. The neighboring Theater Baden-Baden will present »Wirtschaftskomödie« by Elfriede Jelinek. Money is not ahistorical. This is the fundamental premise of the exhibition. As the visual history of economics shows, the ways in which money is depicted by artists have

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Li Songsong

Material as History
31.10.2015 – 7.2.2016
The Staatliche Kunsthalle Baden-Baden is pleased to announce the first institutional solo exhibition with works by Chinese painter Li Songsong in Germany. In cooperation with the Museo d'Arte Moderna di Bologna (MAMbo) it is the first institutional solo exhibition in Europe.HIs paintings often consists of thick layers of oil paint, in which Li Songsong writes into different motifs of the history of the 20th century, which had an impact on Chinese



Young artists from 8 academies at the Staatliche Kunsthalle Baden-Baden
10.7.2015 – 4.10.2015
Painting, sculpture, architecture, photography, installation, video, performance – all those genres are not from yesterday. How artists find their own formal language, in times, in which the concept of art extensively extends ? Are emerging trends already identifiable ?The Staatliche Kunsthalle Baden-Baden and the Gesellschaft der Freunde junger Kunst want to investigate this question together. With the exhibition


After an Early Death

While alive artists are the sole creative authority in regard to their body of work and often determine how it is perceived. But what happens when an artist dies at a young age, leaving behind the idea of an unfinished work? In this case, other factors determine the continued existence of the artist’s oeuvre, especially within the tensions that arise from an early death. External forces are at play, and they dictate different kinds of

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Eva Kot'átková

Experiment for Seven Body Parts
9.11.2014 – 1.3.2015
This autumn, the Staatliche Kunsthalle Baden-Baden presents a comprehensive solo exhibition of works by czech artist Eva Kot'átková (*1982). In her work, Kot'átková examines educational and psychological concepts of disciplining and its effects on individuals and society. Her artistic means of expression range from collages, texts, and objects to installations with performative elements. In expansive experimental



12.7.2014 – 26.10.2014
The Staatliche Kunsthalle Baden-Baden and the Museum Frieder Burda are celebrating the tenth anniversary of the Museum Frieder Burda, presenting highlights from the collection which has constantly grown for forty years. As was the case on the occasion of the museum opening in 2004, the exhibition will again present various groups of works from the extensive holdings of the collection at two venues — at the neo-classical Staatliche

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Room Service

On The Hotel In The Arts and Artists in the Hotel
22.3.2014 – 22.6.2014
The Federal State Exhibtion Baden-Württemberg is dealing with the myths that are entwined with the hotel as a semi-public space. Reflecting motifs of desire, it serves as a backdrop for the most intimate occurrences as well as matters of state. Over the past two hundred years the topos of the hotel has increasingly become a subject of artistic interest. Artists have not only examined the hotel as a motif but have appropriated its rooms,


Power of the Powerless

16.11.2013 – 9.2.2014
Is art able to create images for less visible or even completely invisible groups of a population? Is art able to give them a profile and a voice and to create spaces of participation/action? Is it ableto give power to the powerless? These questions are at the core of the exhibition Power of the Powerless in the Staatliche Kunsthalle Baden-Baden.Escape and expulsion in Ciudad Juárez (Mexico) are the central themes of the installation



Hidden Behind Plaster
20.7.2013 – 27.10.2013
In two simultaneous exhibitions in the summer of 2013 the Staatliche Kunsthalle Baden-Baden and the Kunsthalle in Bielefeld will feature murals dating from the 1960s onward. Artists’ interest in the space outside of the classic artistic framework—the "exit from the painting," as Laszlo Glozer observed about twentieth-century art—indicates the explosive power of this pioneering art form. This exhibition, titled "For the Time

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Elizabeth Peyton

Here She Comes Now
9.3.2013 – 23.6.2013
In our spring exhibition artworks of New York-based painter Elizabeth Peyton will be on display at the Staatliche Kunsthalle Baden-Baden. For this exhibition the artist has chosen to show a specific selection of works: Exclusively and for the first time ever in this combination, portraits of musicians are on view in Baden-Baden. For instance you will encounter David Bowie, Pete Doherty, Jessye Norman or Jonas Kaufmann performing on stage. These



The Civic and the Arts
20.10.2012 – 17.2.2013
BILDERBEDARF presents works of art by the following artists: Francis Alÿs, Karel Appel, Georg Baselitz, Joseph Beuys, KP Bremer, Christo & Jeanne Claude, Jeremy Deller, Felix Droese, K. O. Götz, Gotthard Graubner, Hans Haacke, Jörg Immendorff, Alfredo Jaar, Rolf Julius, Käthe Kollwitz, Wolfgang Mattheuer, A. R. Penck, Gerhard Richter, Karin Sander, Christoph Schlingensief, Willi Sitte, Gerhard Wendland, Stephan


This Undreamt Descent

Works by Wangechi Mutu
14.7.2012 – 30.9.2012
The second solo exhibition in the annual program of the Staatliche Kunsthalle Baden-Baden presents Wangechi Mutu, born in 1972 in Kenya. The collages, installations and videos of the New York-based artist are inhabited by strange, hybrid creatures, which are assembled of body and machine parts, hides and plants. She combines low-cost utensils such as rescue blankets, plastic bowls and bottles, which evoke such ambivalent feelings as cosiness or


Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis

A Romantic Exhibition by Jan De Cock
10.3.2012 – 24.6.2012
The Staatliche Kunsthalle Baden-Baden and the Stadtmuseum in Baden-Baden jointly present a grand exhibition of entirely new works by the Belgian artist Jan De Cock. In the show, the artist who was born in 1976, unfolds a complex, interlocking system of fragments, changing the perfect white rooms of the Kunsthalle and the glass pavillion of the Stadtmuseum into a landscape of splintered units that seemingly has neither a point of departure, nor


Chto Delat? in Baden-Baden

The Lesson on Dis-Content
29.10.2011 – 12.2.2012
Anyone who speaks Russian and is well-versed in the history of Russia will be surprised that an exhibition of the Staatliche Kunsthalle Baden-Baden would be captioned with Lenin’s quote: "Chto Delat?", This question, which translates to "What is to be done?" and is originally from Chernyshevsky, the Russian author, is the name of a collective of artists, critics, philosophers and writers that was founded in St. Petersburg in 2003. They


On Taste

the good, the bad and the really expensive
9.7.2011 – 9.10.2011
The first exhibition of the Staatliche Kunsthalle Baden-Baden to be curated by Johan Holten addresses the issue of taste. It asks whether conventional categories of taste are still valid today and what meaning they have in contemporary art. Answers are offered by such artists as John Bock, Josephine Meckseper, Katharina Grosse and the designer duo M/M (Paris).    

Daniel Buren

Allegro Vivace
12.2.2011 – 22.5.2011
In the late 1960s, Daniel Buren (French, born 1938), purposefully renouncing the artist’s studio, began adorning public spaces with his posters, the so-called affichages sauvages. The colorful vertical stripes, precisely 3.4 inches wide, have become Buren’s trademark piece, a visual tool he has used to this day. Their form is deliberately banal, devoid of content or signification. They forcefully contradict the belief in the

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Every artist is a human being!

Positions in self-portraiture
9.11.2010 – 9.1.2011
Beginning in the 15th century, artists use the self-portrait to examine themselves and their role. In the history of art in the modern era, the format is inseparably tied to names such as Albrecht Dürer, Rembrandt van Rijn, and Max Beckmann. The development of artistic self-interrogation after 1945 has not been studied in depth. Showing works ranging from Pop Art to art of the late 1980s, this exhibition is designed to take a look at

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Christopher Williams

For Example: Dix-Huit Leçons Sur La Société Industrielle (Revision 11)
12.6.2010 – 29.8.2010
In the Summer of 2010, the Staatliche Kunsthalle Baden-Baden will present an exhibition by American artist Christopher Williams (born 1956 in Los Angeles). This exhibition serves as a continuation of the project For Example: Dix-Huit Leçons Sur La Société Industrielle that was begun in 2005. Both old and new works of art by Williams will be on display.
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Stefan Müller

The Tendency to Inclination
27.3.2010 – 24.5.2010
At the center of Stefan Müller‘s (*1971) artistic debate is his preoccupation with painting and the issue of what it might still formally mean for the present time after similar questions have already been posed to conceptual art and minimal art. Müller explores the canvas with a resolutely minimalist approach and is keen to complete his work without a single superfluous touch.
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30 Years of Sculpture
21.11.2009 – 14.3.2010
The work of Georg Baselitz continually transgresses against pre-defined categories and congruity. The ambiguity of his works of art - but also the art historical, contemporary, biographical and image references as well as his ironic distance and love of experimentation - clearly demonstrate how he incessantly rethinks and rediscovers his craft.
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Entre deux actes

Loge de comédienne
25.7.2009 – 8.11.2009
The starting point for this exhibition is an actress’ dressing room – an interior designed by Janette Laverrière (*1909) in 1947. Laverrière has been designing furniture and mirrored sculptural works for over seven decades. She is inexorably linked to modern French design and her creations are a mainstay of museum offerings in France.
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7 x 14

Anniversary Exhibition
14.2.2009 – 12.7.2009
On the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the Staatliche Kunsthalle Baden-Baden, we are organizing an exhibition series entitled “7 x 14”. Art’s process-like character and its references to space are the main focus of this series. As a lead-up to the exhibition series, we will present an exhibition for which Klaus Gallwitz and Karola Kraus served as curators; it ties in with the legendary exhibition series “14 mal

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From Surface to Space

Malevich and Early Modern Art
25.10.2008 – 25.1.2009
On the occasion of the Staatliche Kunsthalle Baden-Baden’s one hundredth anniversary, Kasimir Malevich’s works of art will be illuminated within the context of his own epoch. Malevich, a key figure of 20th century art, is considered one of the pioneers of abstract art and is the founder of „Suprematism“ (art of the purely geometrical form).
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Stephen Prina

The Second Sentence of Everything I Read Is You
19.7.2008 – 5.10.2008
Stephen Prina’s artistic practice was marked by a multitude of facets right from the beginning of his career. He worked in various media simultaneously: He presented his work in solo shows but also collaborated with other artists. He produced films and records and also appeared in performances and gave readings. His oeuvre, which includes paintings, photography, films, objects and space installations, purposely takes up the practices of

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Nairy Baghramian

The Walker’s Day Off
17.5.2008 – 6.7.2008
Nairy Baghramian’s exhibition is characterized by institutional criticism and contextuality. Her oeuvre combines a limited use of stylistic elements with a conceptual approach that tries to get to the bottom of the art establishment. She taps into the stylistic element repertoire of modern art while reinterpreting minimalist and conceptual tendencies of past art trends.
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Dirk Skreber

Blood Speed
9.2.2008 – 27.4.2008
Dirk Skreber’s exciting painting playfully hints at narratives without explicitly elaborating them. His oeuvre treads a fine line between emphatic banality and cryptic distance - frequently also between representationalism and abstraction - and thus defies attribution of a precise meaning.
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André Cadere

Peinture sans fin
27.10.2007 – 20.1.2008
Since 1996, André Cadere’s works, which are widely perceived in artists’ circles, have not been shown in an international exhibition. This comprehensive retrospective of the timeframe spanning 1971 to 1978 draws this Romanian artist back into awareness as one of the key figures of minimalism and conceptual art.
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Who’s afraid of red, yellow and blue?

Positions in Color Field Painting
27.7.2007 – 30.9.2007
Dan Flavin, Günther Förg, Ellsworth Kelly, Yves Klein, Imi Knoebel, Morris Louis, Barnett Newman, Kenneth Noland, Palermo, Stephen Prina, Ad Reinhardt, Gerhard Richter, Mark Rothko, Heimo Zobernig. – Over many decades, the Staatliche Kunsthalle Baden-Baden has been a flagship of the avant-garde. The Kunsthalle provided an opportunity for first major exhibitions by several artists who went on to achieve global fame.
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Lost & Found

Hungary as reflected in its contemporary art
9.12.2006 – 25.2.2007
"That Hungarians don’t know who they are only increases their desire to explain it to non-Hungarians." (Lászlo Márton, 2004) Lászlo Márton has certified that Hungarians do indeed have a self-questioning tendency as they frequently brood about their own identity.
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Ballerina in a Whirlpool

Artistic works by Isa Genzken, Richard Jackson, Roman Signer and Diana Theater from the Hauser & Wirth Collection
30.9.2006 – 19.11.2006
A life-sized doll made of polyester and fiberglass sways above an open washing machine dressed in a ballet tutu. She is fastened to both ceiling and wall by means of a metal bolt where her hair is parted. The ballerina stands motionless upon the machine, one leg extended in arabesque and ready to launch into a pirouette at the next stroke.
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Stephan Balkenhol

15.7.2006 – 17.9.2006
Stephan Balkenhol (born 1957) is among the pioneering German sculptors whose work has also contributed important impulses internationally over the past two decades. The Staatliche Kunsthalle Baden-Baden is dedicating a comprehensive show to the oeuvre of Balkenhol, who is based in Karlsruhe where he has been teaching at the art academy since 1992. The focus is on Balkenhol’s amazing craftsmanship as well as on the multidimensionality of

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Depth of Focus

Photos from the collection of the Institut d’art contemporain – FRAC Rhôn-Alpes, Villeurbanne/Lyon and the Musée d’Art Moderne des Saint-Étienne Métropole
13.5.2006 – 2.7.2006
This exhibition provides a thematic cross-section of the collections which present key works of photographic history: Photographic images of people in the immediate world in which they live.
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Glen Rubsamen

Islands in the stream
13.5.2006 – 2.7.2006
This compact monographic show hosted by the Staatliche Kunsthalle Baden-Baden showcases the work of American artist Glen Rubsamen: Paintings and drawing of Pigeon Key, one of the hundreds of islands of the Florida Keys.
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Thomas Schütte

11.3.2006 – 30.4.2006
Internationally-renowned sculptor, Thomas Schütte (born 1954) has had many opportunities to present the range of his sculptural work. His extensive collection of drawings, however, has previously only been acknowledged as an afterthought. Now, the Staatliche Kunsthalle Baden-Baden will showcase drawings and watercolors that were created over the past three decades alongside his sculptural projects.
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Marlene Dumas

17.12.2005 – 26.2.2006
Certain – extremely rare – works of art that one chances upon will forever change the way in which one looks upon art. Marlene Dumas’s oeuvre has this power - especially because her drawing and paintings show us newborns, children, women and men so openly, clearly and apparently directly.
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Film – “Is” and “as if” in Art

Multiple Spaces: Soul – Park – Film, Part 3
8.10.2005 – 4.12.2005
In film, there is a merging of the real and the fictitious, architectonic and filmic spaces: “Is” and “as if” interlock. For the duration of a film, external and mental space is fused in a complex network of relationships. Apart from the film theater, the audience itself also turns into a (second) performance venue.
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The Sacred and the Body

Treasures from the National Museum of Warsaw
23.7.2005 – 25.9.2005
Paintings by Hans Baldung Grien, Lucas Cranach, Gaspare Traversi, Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres; sculptures by Adriaen de Vries and Bodeslav Biegas, as well as other works of art of incalculable value from the collection of the National Museum of Warsaw will be showcased at the Staatliche Kunsthalle Baden-Baden.
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Multiple Spaces (2)

Park Cultivation and Rank Growth in the Arts
23.4.2005 – 10.7.2006
After the first part of the trilogy: ”Multiple Spaces: Soul, Park, Film“ took an in-depth look at the human interior spaces of “soul” and “psyche”, the catchword “park” refers to the varied kinds of development of exterior spaces. This includes nature that has been rendered accessible, wilderness that has been discovered by tourists and cultivated wilderness – and thus also urban spaces.
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Hans Kuhn

23.4.2005 – 10.7.2005
As part of the 350th anniversary of Lichtentaler Allee, the Staatliche Kunsthalle Baden-Baden will pay tribute to the oeuvre of Hans Kuhn, born in 1905 in Baden-Baden, with a special exhibit.
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Georg Herold

5.3.2005 – 9.4.2005
Georg Herold, born 1947 in Jena, is among the most important German artists of the past two decades and his work has a far-reaching impact. A comprehensive solo show at the Staaatliche Kunsthalle Baden-Baden, will provide an opportunity – for the first time – to exhibit Herold’s oeuvre from the early 1980s up to today.
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Frieder Burda Collection

Opening Exhibit
23.10.2004 – 20.2.2005
When Baden-Baden’s Frieder Burda Museum opens on 23 October 2004, the Frieder Burda Collection will be on display for the first time in all of its key significance. Approximately 150 of a total of 550 works of art from the classical modernist period and contemporary art will be put on display in Richard Meier’s new building and in the Staatliche Kunsthalle Baden-Baden.
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Against the Grain

New Forms of Drawing
16.7.2004 – 26.9.2004
More and more frequently, drawings go beyond the expectations of classical formats and presentational forms. A new generation of artists is grooming a category that has long been entangled in academic practice.
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Ha Kypopt!

Russian Art Today
1.5.2004 – 27.6.2004
Who are today‘s relevant representatives of contemporary art in Russia? Following great interest by the West in the wake of Perestroika, a phase of moderately intensive exchanges ensued. But what happened after Gorbachev and Kabakov? The exhibition entitled »HA KYPOPT!« (transl.: »off to the spa«) presents a contemporary Russian art exhibit to answer this question and to promote further discussions.
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Multiple Spaces (1): Soul

Art’s Internal Constructions
14.2.2004 – 18.4.2004
This much seems clear, everyone, has a soul. But what does it look like? And anyway, what is a soul? Can animals or things have a soul? To visualize the soul is, upon closer look, always an artistic effort. The individual soul is always an internal design. Thus, every introspection is also a projection.
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Stefan Ettlinger

29.11.2003 – 25.1.2004
Stefan Ettlinger almost exclusively uses already existing pictures as a source for his paintings. In a process akin to zapping, he picks scenes and fragments from among the well-nigh inexhaustible glut of images from television, videos, magazines, postcards and his own recordings. These are subsequently fused into rambling landscapes whose individual picture elements radiate watercolor-like in thick brush strokes.
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Corinne Wasmuht

19.9.2003 – 16.11.2003
Corinne Wasmuht (born 1964) is one of Germany’s most influential young artists. Raised in Argentina, she has been developing her own unconventional position, which is hardly touched by generational or art group-specific influences, since the 1980s in Düsseldorf and Berlin. 
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Open throughout

Sculpture Summer in Baden-Baden
5.7.2003 – 7.9.2003
Owing to extensive construction activities in 2003, which affected the Frieder Burda Collection as well as the Staatliche Kunsthalle, both institutions decided to relocate their activities from indoors to the outside. “Open throughout. Sculpture Summer in Baden-Baden" transformed the park into an art parcour for two months.
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Master Class Students of the Art Academy Karlsruhe
24.5.2003 – 29.6.2003
The close neighborly proximity of the Karlsruhe Art Academy and the Staatliche Kunsthalle in Baden-Baden is an excellent reason to organize a joint exhibition. The art academy organizes an annual master pupil exhibition at changing locations. Baden-Baden has been deemed an ideally suited location for some time now.
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(In search of) The perfect lover

15.3.2003 – 11.5.2003
“(In Search of) The Perfect Lover” is a joint exhibition project – focused on drawings - of the Staatliche Kunsthalle Baden-Baden and the Hauser und Wirth Collection of St. Gallen. Drawings are considered to be the more intimate and immediate expression of the “inner artist” and are only rarely polished by retroactive corrections.
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Prospections: Young European Art
30.11.2002 – 16.2.2003
Is there such a thing as a »cultural currency« of Europe? Put in another way: Which cultural, which symbolic means of communication can face up to the advanced economic integration of Europe? DISSIMILE presents answers and designs by artists from 11 nations within Europe.

The Blessing of Art

Post-feminist Positions of the 1990s from the Goetz Collection
14.11.2002 – 10.11.2002
The circumstance that Alice Schwarzer and Verona Feldbusch can appear together on a television talk show reveals just how complex and distinct female identity constructs have become today. Traditional role assignments have all but disappeared. The 1990s, as no decade before, is marked by hawkish art works by young artists whose analytical vision is not by any means averse to conflict.

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Contemporary Art in and from Baden-Wuerttemberg
30.6.2002 – 1.9.2002
The visual arts have always been one of the top export products from Baden-Wuerttemberg. Many well-known artists were either born in Baden-Wuerttemberg or are graduates of the local art academy. They have lived here, learned and taught here, and remain of great importance for both the national and international art establishment.

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Art works from the Schürmann Collection
13.4.2002 – 16.6.2002
Within the global village of medial and digital images, Wilhelm Schürmann, a collector from Aachen, is as much the shrewd flaneur and cicerone, as were the great essayists in the emerging metropoli of the late 19th and early 20th century. This show encompasses art by 30 artists and combines it with close to 100 contemporary documents (posters, magazine, ads, models, etc.).

The Animal within Me

Beastly Images of Mankind
26.1.2002 – 1.4.2002
Absolutely tiny or overwhelmingly large, as a fear-inspiring individual being or in a great multitude, animals have always been around. We have always looked upon them as wild and dangerous, beautiful and funny, disgusting and cute, horrible and lovely. We view them as direct ancestors and relatives: They are tied into the continuity of the course of nature to which we too are subjected.

Thomas Ruff

Photographs 1979 – Today
17.11.2001 – 13.1.2002
Thomas Ruff is among the most important art photographers globally. He emerged from Bernd and Hilla Becher’s legendary photography class at the Düsseldorf Art Academy. The Staatliche Kunsthalle Baden-Baden will present his complex, aggregated work in a large-scale exhibition, including 15 of his famous series that he started wotking on in 1979.

Tobias Rehberger

Do not eat industrially produced eggs
14.9.2001 – 4.11.2001
The objects, installations and interventions by Tobias Rehberger are, for the most part, situational or location-related. In them man, as their point of departure and also addressee, is always accorded fundamental importance.  The process of delegating, for example a work order for the building of a piece of furniture, is a central component in Rehberger’s artistic strategy.

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The dream of a speeding body
30.6.2001 – 29.8.2001
The automobile, our most loved – and criticized – workaday object, is not at all just a technological device. Indeed, it takes on mythological dimensions. The history of the car is accompanied by intense individual and collective feelings that are not determined rationally or pragmatically but rather by a human identification with the speed machine.
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From a distance so close

Four artists from Turkey
31.3.2001 – 3.6.2001
"From a distance so close" introduces four Istanbul-based artists from two generations whose purposely simple compositions are marked by ambivalence between poetic fragility and the permanent threat to them. The exhibition shows an expansive yet well-nigh weightless installation by Füsun Onur and video works by Selda Asal, Elif Çelebi and Günes Savas.
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Big Nothing

Higher Beings, the Blind Spot and the Sublime in Contemporary Art
27.1.2001 – 18.3.2001
As a first part of the trilogy „Thou shalt make thee an image – the unfamiliar images of mankind in art", this exhibit is dedicated to otherworldly images of man. Artists produce what is actually non-existent: whether this be “higher beings”, God, the cosmos or the vague sensation of “nothing”.
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Freedom \ finally

Polish Art after 1989
This exhibition goes a ways to mirroring some of the experiences of life in Poland during the 90s – a questioning of the values in a world that was in a state of upheaval since the opening of the Iron Curtain in 1989. Artists from Danzig, Warsaw and Krakow, who were born between 1955 and 1970 and experienced Poland during the repression by the communist regime, display analyses that they created of the newly- gained freedoms.
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Eran Schaerf

Migrants & Variants
19.11.2000 – 14.1.2001
The "International Prize of the State of Baden-Wuerttemberg", which is linked with an exhibition that must be carried out in a federal state institution, has been awarded biannually since 1984. The Staatliche Kunsthalle Baden-Baden will introduce the two awardees, Eran Schaerf (born 1962 in Tel-Aviv, residing in Brussels and Berlin) and Tobias Rehberger (born 1966 in Esslingen) with solo presentations.
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Yume no ato – what remained of the dream ...

Contemporary Japanese Art
10.9.2000 – 5.11.2000
“Yume no ato” is the most comprehensive exhibition of contemporary Japanese art to be shown within the scope of the Japan Events Calendar in Germany. Installations, photographs, paintings and graphics by twenty artists convey an impression of the multi-facetedness of the question posed and the multi-dimensionality of its realization in artistic productions over the past ten years.