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Zwischenspiel mit goldenen Affen

Works from our collections, from Immendorff to Schumacher, from Baselitz to Verheyen, from Förg to Lüpertz, from Schön to Uecker and others.
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01.03.2004 - 31.03.2004
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Sense Absence

Eine Klang-Licht-Installation von Daniel Rothman und Paul Tzanetopoulos

Daniel Rothman, born in New York in 1958, is a clarinetist and composer trained at the Yale School of Music, where he studied with J. Druckman, R. Reynolds, and M. Subotnick, among others. Paul Tzanetopoulos, born in Athens in 1953, works with digital techniques, video films, sounds, and electronic and computer components. Both live in Los Angeles and present their first collaborative work with the sound-light installation "Sense Absence".
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31.10.2004 - 31.12.2004
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Miwa Yanagi

Sammlung Deutsche Bank

Miwa Yanagi achieved a breakthrough in the international art world with her photo series Elevator Girls. Since 1992, various solo and group exhibitions in Japan and Germany have presented examples from this series, which deals with Japan's consumer culture. In her oeuvre, the photographer, who was born in Kobe in 1967, focuses primarily on the role image of women in Japan. Miwa Yanagi's new works in the My Grandmothers series analyze young people's dreams for the future.
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08.04.2004 - 06.06.2004
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After Images

Kunst als soziales Gedächtnis

After Images is an exhibition of works by contemporary artists who consciously refer to the time of the Third Reich and the Holocaust. But none of them experienced this time themselves. They all grew up with images, films and stories about it and know that the historical contexts can no longer be detached from their transmission through media and conversations.
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27.06.2004 - 02.10.2004
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Female Identities?

KünstlerInnen der Sammlung Goetz

She is one of the best-known collectors of contemporary art. Subjectively, instinctively and with an appetite for risk, she buys works by young artists, Ingvild Goetz herself said in an interview. "Art must always have something to do with myself. The constant confrontation with the new and the present is therefore a personal and collector's concern for me." This questioning of her own identity, which she repeatedly engages with through the art of her time, is also the starting point for the new selection of works from her extensive collection, which will be shown at the Neues Museum Weserburg starting in February.
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01.02.2004 - 31.12.2004