FORT, The Visit, 2018, Courtesy the artists, Sies + Höke, Düsseldorf

The Way We Are 1.0

Starting at the end of March 2019, the collection presentation “The Way We Are 1.0” will be featured on two floors constituting more than half of the overall exhibition space of the Weserburg. The exhibition includes works from a large number of collections, some of which have enjoyed a long association with the institution while others are new additions; also on display will be works from the Weserburg’s own collection as well as loans by artists who will be participating in a show at the Weserburg for the first time.
29.03.2019 - 05.01.2020


Music, noise and sound experience in the kek kindermuseum

Try it out, experiment playfully, change it and help shape it! In the interactive exhibition KlangTräume you can reinvent the history of the Bremen Town Musicians, hop melodies, feel the volume, compose timbres, get to know the pitch in the ship in a bottle, listen to your own voice for 100 m, set different rhythms on the large music box, hear your heartbeat very loud, play with your voice.
08.09.2019 - 01.03.2020
Andrea Bowers, Trust Women, 2018 © the artist. Courtesy of Capitain Petzel. Photo: Jens Ziehe. Daskal Collection

Andrea Bowers

Light and Gravity

For the American artist Andrea Bowers (born in 1965, lives in Los Angeles), political involvement and artistic work cannot be separated. For more than two decades, she has stood for an artistic position which combines a well-thought-through aesthetic practice with acute political observation from a feminist perspective. Her creative output is characterised by a masterly balance between activist resistance and its transfer into artistic language. The exhibition at the Weserburg Museum for Modern Art is presenting the very first survey exhibition of Bowers’ creative production.
28.09.2019 - 23.02.2020
Heman Chong, Postcard, n.d.

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Exhibition at the Centre for Artists' Publications

Heman Chong is an artist whose work is located at the intersection between image, performance, situations, and writing. His practice can be read as an imagining, interrogation and sometimes intervention into infrastructure as an everyday medium of politics.
08.11.2019 - 01.03.2020
Dan Perjovschi: Bucureşti, Brussel, Chişinău, 2008

Artists' Books: Manifold Multi-page

Cabinet Exhibition at the Centre for Artists' Publications

Ordinary and yet exceptional: the medium of the book captivates us in the form of a work of art with many and varied manifestations. Under the title Vielfältig Mehrseitig (Manifold Multi-page), the Center for Artists’ Publications focuses on those artist’s books that depart from the conventional appearance of the book with a special kind of binding, an unusual form or a surprising detail.
The cabinet exhibition presents an international selection from its own holdings, from the 1960s to the present day.

Works by Pavlos, Dan Perjovschi, Ann Carolin Renninger, Pedro Stoïchita, Timm Ulrichs, Jiří Valoch, Von weit her(geholt) and many others.
20.09.2019 - 12.01.2020