pashmin art management in Germany
Berlin: Special Exhibition for Migrants

Referencing the current-day situation of refugee immigrants in Germany and Europe, ´daHEIM: glances into fugitive lives´ is a collaboration between the Museum Europäischer Kulturen, artist barbara caveng, the art project KUNSTASYL and inhabitants of the Staakener Strasse residence for asylum seekers in Berlin-Spandau. Employing the arts and methods of cultural anthropology within an experimental, workshop-like format, the exhibition will reveal the experiences, desires, life perspectives and domestic environments of people who have been forced to flee. Examples from refugees within, to and from Europe in the 19th and 20th centuries embed this contemporary topic in its historical context.

An initiative of artists, creatives and asylum seekers, KUNSTASYL was formed in February 2015 to address the problem of creating a shared living environment for people with and without a home—a daHEIM.

Birthday of the auction house Christie´s

2016 marks the 250th anniversary of Christie´s — an historic year which is being commemorated with a series of exhibitions and events at our salesrooms across the globe. Celebrations of this landmark anniversary have already included Defining British Art, an Evening Sale (30 June) and Loan Exhibition (17 June to 15 July) that both explored the legacy of four centuries of British artists, from Sir Joshua Reynolds to Lucian Freud.

In two and a half centuries, Christie´s has become the world´s leading art business, expanding its reach far beyond the company´s London headquarters and allowing clients to acquire or sell works internationally — at auction, through private sales and online.

Cezanne and me

1850, Paul (Guillaume Gallienne) and Emile (Guillaume Canet) were the best friends in this world. They both shared the same thoughts, the same goals: revolts, curiosity, hopes, doubts, loves, dreams of glory. Only one point, Paul is rich and Emile is poor. However, looking fort he succes, they both leave Aix en Provence (South of France) to go up to Paris.

Then they enter spheres and privacies of those who are working or studying in Montmartre or in Les Batignolles. All of them are going to the same places, they sleep with the same women, they spit on the bourgeois who reply, they swim nude in the callanques, they die of hunger and then eat too much, they drink absinthe, they draw a model a day who they hug in the night, travel thirty hours in train only for sunset…

Le Corbusier

In 1900 Charles-Edouard Jeanneret-Gris began to study at the Ecole d´Art in La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland. He trained as an engraver and goldsmith but, from 1904, also studied architecture.

He made history as one of the leading 20th-century architects. The foundations of Le Corbusier´s aesthetic were laid on his extensive travels and the work he did at leading architecture practices, including work for the distinguished German architect Peter Behrens in Berlin in 1910-11.

Le Corbusier concentrated on building with steel and reinforced concrete. In 1917 he moved to Paris and assumed the nom d´artiste Le Corbusier. In "L´Esprit Nouveau", the journal he founded in 1919, Le Corbusier formulated his ideas of modern architecture. His painting, emphasising clear forms and structures, corresponds to his architecture, which is based on elemental geometric forms.


The Grimaldi Forum will present the work of Francis Bacon (born in Dublin in 1909, died in Madrid in 1992, lived in London, Paris and Monaco) from a unique angle: the influence of French culture and his Monegasque period. Major triptychs as well as famous and less well-known paintings will be displayed thematically and will show direct and indirect relationships to France and Monaco. One of the features of this exhibition will also be to cross-reference major works of the masters who inspired Francis Bacon: Giacometti, Léger, Lurçat, Michaux, Soutine, Toulouse-Lautrec and others. The works displayed come from public and private collections. They will show the full range of eloquence and force of this monstre sacré´s art. Among those prestigious institutions lending paintings will be the Tate Britain and the Arts Council in London, the Art Gallery of New South Wales and the Centre Pompidou, as well as numerous private collections.

Between Two Horizons. German and french avant-gardes from the Saarlandmuseum

At the end of the Franco-Prussian War in 1871, the French defeat leads to the birth of the German nation and the proclamation of William II as Emperor.

The place chosen for the ceremony is a snook to France: the Galerie des Glaces in Versailles. It sets the tone: nationalism and fights prevail on both sides of the Rhine, and, for decades, the aesthetic field is no exception.

If we consider that the international collections of museums are the mirror of a country´s diplomatic relations, the German avant-gardes of the early twentieth century are actually often underrepresented or nearly absent from the French collections. For some politicians, intellectuals and even artists, it´s precisely in their ideological opposition that the two neighboring cultures define themselves in the late 19th century and in the beginning of the 20th century.

Buddha Collectors open their treasuries

The Buddha exhibition at the Völklinger Hütte World Heritage Site has gathered together works from India, Thailand, Cambodia, Burma, Indonesia, China, Japan and from the "roof of the world", Himalayan countries of Nepal and Tibet.

The 232 masterpieces enable a comprehensive and deep insight into the great religious art of the Buddhist world. The art works evidence highly developed and cosmopolitan Asian realms and show the transnational cultural and artistic relationships that have been created or deepened through Buddhism.

Michel Houellebecq´s exhibition “Rester vivant”

PALAIS magazine is dedicating its issue 23 to Michel Houellebecq´s exhibition “Rester vivant”, presented at the Palais de Tokyo from 23 June to 12 September 2016. This is an exceptional event, because it is the first large-scale show devoted to Michel Houellebecq as an artist. This is also a special issue of PALAIS magazine with Michel Houellebecq as guest editor-in-chief.

This issue of PALAIS magazine follows the organisation of the exhibition in chapters. Thanks to a series of unpublished interviews with Michel Houellebecq, a selection of his writings (essays, poems, novel extracts) and texts by guest authors, the issue provides a discovery of his visual universe, and its intertwining with the many creative forms which the writer uses (music, cinema, performance…).

Big exhibition of german art in Riga

With 77 art works by 53 artists, this exhibition is the first retrospective of German contemporary art in Riga, from the 1960s until today. The aim of the exhibition is to showcase the central and affective points, as well as the most important aspects of German art of the last 50 years.

Participating artists: A.R. Penck, Albert Oehlen, Alicja Kwade, Andreas Gursky, Anselm Kiefer, Anselm Reyle, Bernd Koberling, Bettina Pousttcchi, Candida Höfer, Christiane Möbus, Christoph Brech, Daniel Richter, Dieter Krieg, Frank Nitsche, Georg Baselitz, Georg Jiri Dokoupil, Gerhard Richter, Gert & Uwe Tobias, Gregor Hildebrandt, Hanne Darboven, Imi Knoebel, Jonathan Meese, Jorinde Voigt, Joseph Beuys, Julian Rosefeldt, Jörg Immendorf, Karl Horst Hödicke, Katharina Fritsch, Katharina Grosse, Marcel Odenbach, Markus Lüpertz, Markus Oehlen, Martin Assig, Martin Kippenberger, Martin Kobe, Michael Wesely, Neo Rauch, Norbert Bisky, Olaf Nicolai, Philip Fuerhofer, Rainer Fetting, Reiner Ruthenbeck, Rosemarie Trockel, Ruprecht von Kaufmann, Sabine Hornig, Sigmar Polke, Thomas Florschuetz, Thomas Scheibitz, Thomas Schütte, Thomas Struth, Timm Ulrichs, Werner Büttner, Willi Sitte.

Pashmin Art Gallery

With an experience of a quarter of a century, Pashmin Art Gallery possesses a wide range of associations in world of art with artists, galleries and museums. The gallery began its exhibitions with contemporary artists in 1990 and expanded its work with classic modern masters. The recent focus on globalization of art lead Pashmin Art Gallery to present artists from five continents, while it is aware of significant cultural differences between them all.

Pashmin Art Gallery

Gotenstr. 21

20097 Hamburg


Tel.: +49 (0) 40 / 23 64 43 68

Fax: +49 (0) 40 / 23 64 43 68


Krinzinger Projekte

KRINZINGER PROJEKTE, the project space of the renowned Gallery Krinzinger  located in the 7th District of Vienna, offers emerging international artists a platform to present their work.

Krinzinger Projekte

Schottenfeldgasse 45,

1070 Vienna,


Tel.: +43.1.5133006

Fabrik der Künste

The Fabrik der Künste (Factory of the Arts) was called alive as a new institution for various artistic events in Hamburg five years ago. Horst Werner, manager of the Fabrik der Künste, has rebuild the old manufacturing and warehouse rooms complex and design-oriented. The five hundred square meters of the exhibition space are used for art projects such as exhibitions, concerts, cultural festivals, theater and readings. It is financed by private sponsors and donations, given to the Stiftung Fabrik der Künste GmbH.

Fabrik der Künste

20537 Hamburg

Kreuzbrook 10/12

Tel.: +49(0)40-86685717

Lisson Gallery

Lisson Gallery was founded in 1967 by Nicholas Logsdail. It was one of a small number of pioneering galleries in the UK, Europe and the United States to champion a generation of artists who were transforming the way art was made and presented, focusing on the idea or concept behind an artwork over expressive or descriptive aims.

Lisson Gallery

52-54 Bell Street

London, NW1 5DA, United Kingdom

29 Bell Street

London, NW1 5BY, United Kingdom

Via Zenale, 3

20123 Milan, Italy

241 Eldridge Street

10002 New York,

Tel.: +44(0)20-75353462

Museum des beaux arts: La Boverie

The Museum of beaux arts, La Boverie is located at the Parc de la Boverie, No. 3, 4020 Liege, Belgium. Le palais des Beaux-Arts opened for the first time in 1905, to celebrate the Universal Exhibition organized in Lieges, in the center of the parc of La Boverie. This building is inspired by the Royal Museum of Central Africa in Tervueren. During the first five decades after the first opening, this palace was used for temporary exhibitions, before turning into a big Museum. The museum has undergone different phases of renovations and extensions in years. It was closed for 5 years from 2011 to 2016. And then 111 years after its foundation, it was reopened on 5th May 2016 with a grand exhibition entitled ´´En plein air´´ (Open Air) which runs till 15th August 2016.

Tel : +32 4 238 55 00


Post Code: 4020 Liege

Address: Parc de la Boverie

website: La Boverie

Museum of Contemporary Art Beijing (MoCA Beijing)

The Museum of Contemporary Art Beijing (MoCA Beijing) is located at the Art Center Park, Da Xing Zhuang No. 500, Songzhuang Town, Beijing.

The Art Center Park encompasses nearly fifty acres of creativity and activity space bringing forth a natural, quiet, and peaceful environment.

MoCA Beijing is committed to the exchange and promotion of contemporary art. It was formed so as to develop the state of contemporary art in a systematic and extensive way focusing on academia, literature, and exhibitions to foster interaction and integration from multi perspectives and levels to cooperate with one another.

Every year MoCA Beijing collaborates with other international museums and holds three to five exhibitions and a nomination show by independent curators. MoCA Beijing also organizes the collaboration of international artists and a platform for academic and information exchange.

Link: MOCA


Kiasma - Museum of contempory art

Kiasma is a museum of contemporary art situated in Helsinki, Finland. Its primary role is to educate the public on contemporary art and to strengthen the status of art in Finland in general.​ Kiasma is under the umbrella of the Finnish National Gallery. ively cultural centre and meeting place, Kiasma is the place for pleasure and experience. A diverse, changing programme allows the museum to reach different audiences. Kiasma and the art it exhibits often stimulate lively discussion in which the museum too is an active participant. The debate is open to everyone, whether it takes place in Kiasma or on some of its many online forums.The story of Kiasma building began with an architectural design competition in 1992. The winner of the competition was American architect Steven Holl with his entry entitled Chiasma. The name Chiasma was changed into its Finnish form, Kiasma. The opening of the museum was celebrated in May 1998.

Kiasma - Museum of contempory art


Museum of Contemporary Art Kiasma Mannerheiminaukio 2, FIN-00100 Helsinki,

Finland Info & Theatre tickets +358 (0)294 500 501

Exchange +358 (0)294 500 200

Fax +358 (0)294 500 503


MAXXI - Museo Nazionale Delle Arti Del XXI Secolo: Information

MAXXI is the first national museum dedicated to contemporary creativity. It was opened in May 2010 and is managed by a private foundation part of the Ministry of Cultural Heritage, Activities and Tourism. MAXXI produces and hosts art, architecture, design and photography shows, as well as fashion, movies and music projects, theater and dance performances, meetings with artists, architects and some of the leading contemporary figures. 

Museo Nazionale Delle Arti Del XXI Secolo 

MAXXI Museo nazionale delle arti del XXI secolo via Guido Reni, 4A - via Masaccio, 6 00196 - Roma, Italy

Museo Nazionale Delle Arti Del XXI Secolo


MAXXI Museo nazionale delle arti del XXI secolo via Guido Reni,

4A - via Masaccio, 6 00196 - Roma, Italy

Call Center +39 06 32810 

Information und Reservierung von Bildungsaktivitäten +39 06 3201954

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