Program
08.09.
"VARIOUS DELI"
5pm

Let’s kick-off the VARIOUS OTHERS opening weekend together: Join the participants, artists, curators and guests of VARIOUS OTHERS for a drink and a chat at the opening of VARIOUS DELI – an inclusive pop-up space in cooperation with BalanDeli.

 

All visitors and participants of Various Others are invited to meet and refresh at VARIOUS DELI! Enjoy an outdoor coffee break at the heart of Munich’s Kunstareal in-between museum and gallery visits and discuss art, history and memory with us.

 

Open Wednesday – Sunday || 12am–19pm (closed on rainy days).
For further informations please visit nsdoku.de

Max-Mannheimer-Platz 1, 80333 Munich, Germany
08.09.
Opening "Joan Jonas"
7pm
Prinzregentenstraße 1, 80538 Munich, Germany
08.09.
Opening "Exzentrische 80er: Tabea Blumenschein, Hilka Nordhausen, Rabe perplexum und Kompliz*innen aus dem Jetzt"
7pm

Opening of the exhibition Eccentric ´80s at the Lothringer 13 Halle followed by Mira Mann’s DJ set at 10:30 p.m. in the Zum Roten Knopf bar (Steinstraße 63).

Lothringer Straße 13, 81667 Munich, Germany
08.09.
Various Others Social Club #1
AMANO Bar Munich, hosted by Various Others Social Club
9pm - 12pm

Mouse on Mars in conversation with Helga de la Motte-Haber and Dr. Eva Huttenlauch, followed by a set of DJ Keriner (Radio 80000)

 

Inaugurating the brand new Various Other Social Club format, Mouse on Mars – one of the most idiosyncratic and remarkable electronic music projects in Germany – is in conversation with systematic musicologist and music psychologist Helga de la Motte-Haber and Lenbachhaus München curator Dr. Eva Huttenlauch. Elaborating on their anarchic sound mixture oscillating between uncontrolled chaos and precisely arranged structures, they focus on their current exhibition transforming the Kunstbau into a gigantic stereophonic instrument. The talk is in German.

Followed by a set of DJ Keriner (Radio 80000) and generously hosted at Hotel MIO by Amano.

Sendlinger Straße 46, 80331 Munich, Germany
09.09.
Curator’s Tour of "Joan Jonas" by Julienne Lorz (German)
4:30pm

Julienne Lorz guides visitors through the exhibition.
Please register via https://hausderkunst.de/kalender
Entrance fee: 3 € in addition to the exhibition ticket

Prinzregentenstraße 1, 80538 Munich, Germany
09.09.
Performance “Mirror Piece I & II” (1969/2018) by Joan Jonas
6:00 - 6:30pm

Mirror Piece I & II (1969/2018) counts among Jonas’s earliest performances and the original version was influenced by the feminist discourses of the time. Inspired by Broadway choreographies of the 1930s and 1940s, performers formed themselves into frontal arrangements while wearing life-size mirrors. In 2018, the performance was reconstructed for the first time based on photographs and notes and adapted into a new version. The mirrors carried by the 15 performers reflect the space, the bodies of the other performers, as well as those of the spectators. Through the fragmentation of the space and the fragility of the props, Jonas addresses the power structures that underpin the gaze and the way gender constructions are propagated by media images. 

Tickets can be booked individually through Haus der Kunst. Please register via https://hausderkunst.de/kalender Entrance fee: 12 €

Prinzregentenstraße 1, 80538 Munich, Germany
09.09.
Exhibition openings at all participating galleries and artist-run spaces
6pm - 9pm

 

Among the others – Michaela Eichwald, Albert Oehlen, Lucie Stahl, Konrad Klapheck, Thomas Bayrle
Jahn und Jahn

 

Anna Ehrenstein, Andrew Gilbert
Sperling

 

Emmanuel Awuni, Won Cha,
Ndayé Kouagou

Nir Altman

 

Esra Ersen: Heritage
Evanthia Tsantila: Suburbia

FRANÇOISE HEITSCH

 

Gabriel Ricoi
max goelitz

 

Hannes Heinrich, Buket Isgören: You call but not to me
GiG Munich

 

KENNETH ANGER HANS-JÖRG MAYERr
GALERIE CHRISTINE MAYER

 

Kikuo Saito
Galerie Rüdiger Schöttle

 

Morgenrot und Abendbrot
Galerie Nagel Draxler

 

iPaul Morrison – Catalpat
Knust Kunz Gallery Editions

 

Paula Rego. Fragmente einer Sprache des Körpers
Jahn und Jahn

 

Sheila Held & Sebastian Tröger
JO VAN DE LOO

 

Steven Aalders: Elements
Walter Storms Galerie

 

Trace Image
Deborah Schamoni

 

Trisha Baga. There’s No “I” in Trisha
beacon

 

Viva voce
Loggia

 

Who’s Afraid of Blue?
Galerie Klüser

 

09.09.
Opening 14 Debütant*innen 2022 der Akademie der Bildenden Künste München
7pm - 10 pm

With contributions from representatives of the Museum VILLA STUCK and the Academy of Fine Arts Munich
Music: Anja Lekavski (Radio 80000)

09.09.
Opening "ATTENTION. Christine Sun Kim & Thomas Mader"
7pm

With a greeting from John Stubbs, Consul for Public Affairs, United States Consulate General Munich.

Holzstraße 10, 80469 Munich, Germany
09.09.
Concert "AAI – Anarchic Artificial Intelligence" by Mouse on Mars
Muffatwerk | Ampere, hosted by LENBACHHAUS MÜNCHEN
9pm

The finale of the Mouse on Mars. Spatial Jitter project is more of a concert than an installation. Join us on September 9 for the DJ duo’s concert at the Ampere event hall.

Tickets are available here

Zellstraße 4, 81667 Munich, Germany
10.09.
Opening Hours "All participating galleries and artist-run spaces"
11am - 6pm

 

Among the others – Michaela Eichwald, Albert Oehlen, Lucie Stahl, Konrad Klapheck, Thomas Bayrle
Jahn und Jahn

 

Anna Ehrenstein, Andrew Gilbert
Sperling

 

Emmanuel Awuni, Won Cha,
Ndayé Kouagou

Nir Altman

 

Esra Ersen: Heritage
Evanthia Tsantila: Suburbia

FRANÇOISE HEITSCH

 

Gabriel Ricoi
max goelitz

 

Hannes Heinrich, Buket Isgören: You call but not to me
GiG Munich

 

KENNETH ANGER HANS-JÖRG MAYERr
GALERIE CHRISTINE MAYER

 

Kikuo Saito
Galerie Rüdiger Schöttle

 

Morgenrot und Abendbrot
Galerie Nagel Draxler

 

iPaul Morrison – Catalpat
Knust Kunz Gallery Editions

 

Paula Rego. Fragmente einer Sprache des Körpers
Jahn und Jahn

 

Sheila Held & Sebastian Tröger
JO VAN DE LOO

 

Steven Aalders: Elements
Walter Storms Galerie

 

Trace Image
Deborah Schamoni

 

Trisha Baga. There’s No “I” in Trisha
beacon

 

Viva voce
Loggia

 

Who’s Afraid of Blue?
Galerie Klüser

 

10.09.
Award Ceremony "KARL & FABER Art Prize of the Academy of Fine Arts Munich Foundation 2022"
11am

Since its 90th anniversary in 2013, KARL & FABER has donated the KARL & FABER Art Prize of the Academy of Fine Arts Munich.

Jury
Wolfgang Ullrich, author and art critic, Leipzig
Fatima Hellberg, Director of the Bonner Kunstverein
Antje von Graevenitz, professor emeritus of art history, author, and art critic, Amsterdam.

 

Exhibition of the nominated artists
10/09/2022 - 17/09/2022

 

Please register via email at info@karlundfaber.de

Amiraplatz 3, 80333 Munich, Germany
10.09.
Opening "Nora Turato Commission Viewing"
11am

Museum Brandhorst hosts a breakfast viewing of Nora Turato’s commissioned flags. Celebrated for epitomizing the era of rapidly changing social-media and advertising inflected text emerging from every corner of a digitized world, Turato has become one of the most incisive observers of meaning—and its absence—today. Turato will inaugurate a new series of artist-commissioned flags at Museum Brandhorst.

Theresienstraße 35A, 80333 Munich, Germany
10.09.
Guided Tour & Artists’ Talk
12pm

Guided tour with the gallery owners and the artists Emmanuel Awuni, Won Cha, and Ndayé Kouagou.

Alpenstraße 12, 81541 Munich, Germany
10.09.
Guided Tour "Exzentrische 80er: Tabea Blumenschein, Hilka Nordhausen, Rabe perplexum und Kompliz*innen aus dem Jetzt"
2pm - 4pm

Guided tours of the exhibition Eccentric ´80s by members of the curatorial team.
2:00pm Ergül Cengiz & Burcu Dogramaci
3:00pm Philipp Gufler & Mareike Schwarz
4:00pm Angela Stiegler & Burcu Dogramaci

Lothringer Straße 13, 81667 Munich, Germany
10.09.
Talk by Noah Barker
4pm

The artist Noah Barker gives a talk specifically developed in relation to Tony Cokes’s exhibition Fragments, or just Moments

Galeriestraße 4, 80539 Munich, Germany
10.09.
Curator’s Tour of "Joan Jonas" with Julienne Lorz (German)
4:30pm

Guided tour with curator Julienne Lorz through the exhibition.
Please register via https://hausderkunst.de/kalender
Entrance fee: 3 € in addition to the exhibition ticket

Prinzregentenstraße 1, 80538 Munich, Germany
10.09.
Artist Talk & Drinks "Augmented Reality with Gabriel Rico"
5:00pm - 7:30pm

Enjoy a cold drink while exploring the solo show with augmented reality elements and chatting with the artist Gabriel Rico.

Maximilianstraße 35, 80539 Munich, Germany
10.09.
Performance “Mirror Piece I & II” (1969/2018) by Joan Jonas
6:00 - 6:30pm

Mirror Piece I & II (1969/2018) counts among Jonas’s earliest performances and the original version was influenced by the feminist discourses of the time. Inspired by Broadway choreographies of the 1930s and 1940s, performers formed themselves into frontal arrangements while wearing life-size mirrors. In 2018, the performance was reconstructed for the first time based on photographs and notes and adapted into a new version. The mirrors carried by the 15 performers reflect the space, the bodies of the other performers, as well as those of the spectators. Through the fragmentation of the space and the fragility of the props, Jonas addresses the power structures that underpin the gaze and the way gender constructions are propagated by media images.

 

Tickets can be booked individually through Haus der Kunst. Please register via https://hausderkunst.de/kalender

Entrance fee: 12 €

Prinzregentenstraße 1, 80538 Munich, Germany
10.09.
Curator’s Tour of "Joan Jonas" with Andrea Lissoni (English)
7pm

Guided tour with the artistic director of Haus der Kunst Andrea Lissoni through the exhibition.
Please register via https://hausderkunst.de/kalender
Entrance fee: 3 € in addition to the exhibition ticket

Prinzregentenstraße 1, 80538 Munich, Germany
10.09.
Various Others Party
10pm

The Kunstverein München is hosting a party on the occasion of Various Others 2022.
Join us for a drink!

Galeriestraße 4, 80539 Munich, Germany
11.09.
Opening Hours "All participating galleries and artist-run spaces"
11am - 6pm

 

Among the others – Michaela Eichwald, Albert Oehlen, Lucie Stahl, Konrad Klapheck, Thomas Bayrle
Jahn und Jahn

 

Anna Ehrenstein, Andrew Gilbert
Sperling

 

Emmanuel Awuni, Won Cha,
Ndayé Kouagou

Nir Altman

 

Esra Ersen: Heritage
Evanthia Tsantila: Suburbia

FRANÇOISE HEITSCH

 

Gabriel Ricoi
max goelitz

 

Hannes Heinrich, Buket Isgören: You call but not to me
GiG Munich

 

KENNETH ANGER HANS-JÖRG MAYERr
GALERIE CHRISTINE MAYER

 

Kikuo Saito
Galerie Rüdiger Schöttle

 

Morgenrot und Abendbrot
Galerie Nagel Draxler

 

iPaul Morrison – Catalpat
Knust Kunz Gallery Editions

 

Paula Rego. Fragmente einer Sprache des Körpers
Jahn und Jahn

 

Sheila Held & Sebastian Tröger
JO VAN DE LOO

 

Steven Aalders: Elements
Walter Storms Galerie

 

Trace Image
Deborah Schamoni

 

Trisha Baga. There’s No “I” in Trisha
beacon

 

Viva voce
Loggia

 

Who’s Afraid of Blue?
Galerie Klüser

 

11.09.
Guided Tour & Artists’ Talk
12pm

Guided tour with the gallery owners and the artists Emmanuel Awuni, Won Cha, and Ndayé Kouagou.

Alpenstraße 12, 81541 Munich, Germany
11.09.
Garden Party & Openings "Imi Knoebel" and "Barbara Kasten"
3pm - 6pm

*We would like to inform you that due to building law conditions only a limited number of people is simultaneous stay of in the museum is currently allowed. Therefore, there may unfortunately be waiting times when visiting the exhibition. Thank you for your understanding! We kindly ask you to register at rsvp@sammlung-goetz.de

Oberföhringer Straße 103, 81925 Munich, Germany
11.09.
Flashmob - MEASURING THE UNIVERSE by Roman Ondak 
4pm

MEASURING THE UNIVERSE by Roman Ondak 
Just as parents document the growth of their children, the height of visitors is recorded on the wall. The performance transforms a private action into a public event. The one-time presence of the visitors leaves a trace that opens up a new perspective on individuality and collectivity within the specific space and passage of time. 
Admission | 1 Euro

11.09.
Book Launch & Drinks "Sundowner Sunday"
4pm

Book release on the occasion of the exhibition Eccentric´80s. Designed by BüroBüro and published by b_books, the publication brings together comprehensive visual material and texts by the editors as well as texts by Elfe Brandenburger, Sabeth Buchmann, Rachel Mader, and Eva Meyer. Signed copies will be available.

Lothringer Straße 13, 81667 Munich, Germany
11.09.
Guided Tour "The exhibition formerly known as “trace image”"
4pm

Guided Tour of the exhibition “Trace Image” with gallery owners Scott Cameron Weaver and Deborah Schamoni.

Mauerkircherstraße 186, 81925 Munich, Germany
11.09.
Lecture "Site Specific Art – Concept, Material, Location"
5pm

Knust Kunz Gallery Editions presents a Lecture/Reading with focus on outdoor sculptures. Talk and book presentation with Ute Watzl.

Ludwigstraße 7, 80539 Munich, Germany
11.09.
Drinks, Music & Farewell VO 2022
6pm - 10pm

Let us say farewell together to a glorious Opening Weekend of VARIOUS OTHERS 2022. Museum Villa Stuck opens their garden for sparkling drinks and joined conversations, recapping the events of the past days,  while enjoying a fantastic DJ set by Benjamin Röder and Manuel Kim. As a special treat, graduates from the Academy of Fine Art will open a group show in the museum on the very same day. In the spirit of  connecting, VARIOUS OTHERS also invites the members of the Open Art to celebrate art and culture together! Let’s drink to that!

Prinzregentenstraße 60, 81675 Munich, Germany
13.09.
Curator’s Tour with Franziska Linhardt
3pm - 4pm

Guided tour with co-curator Franziska Linhardt through the exhibition “Future Bodies from a Recent Past—Sculpture, Technology, and the Body since the 1950s.”

Theresienstraße 35a, 80333 Munich, Germany
13.09.
Opening & Artist Talk: "REFIK ANADOL | DIGITAL DATA SCULPTURE FOR THE PINAKOTHEK DER MODERNE, 2022"
7pm

Based on extensive image and sound data sets of the four museums, the internationally renowned AI media artist developed a data sculpture that illuminates the façade at the main entrance of the Pinakothek der Moderne on the occasion of its 20th anniversary. Refik Anadol opens the evening with an artist talk together with Angelika Nollert, Director Die Neue Sammlung - The Design Museum and Dr. Franziska Kunze, Chief Curator of Photography and Time-Based Media of Sammlung Moderne Kunst.

Barer Straße 40, 80333 Munich, Germany
14.09.
Guided Tour "David Goldblatt & Zanele Muholi"
7pm

Espace Louis Vuitton München is looking forward to welcoming you to a guided tour through their current exhibition.
Please register via email at info_espace.de@louisvuitton.com

Maximilianstraße 2a, 80539 Munich, Germany
14.09.
Opening "MIX & MATCH. REDISCOVERING THE COLLECTION"
7pm

Marking the 20th anniversary of the Pinakothek der Moderne, the curators of the Sammlung Moderne Kunst have joined heads in rehanging the collection in a new display. Characterised by a spirit of curiosity and experimentation, the new hang invites visitors to rediscover the collection in themed galleries and unconventional juxtapositions that transcend epochs, styles, and media.

Barer Straße 40, 80333 Munich, Germany
15.09.
Book Release "JET LEG’s"
7pm

Release of the catalogue for JET LEG’s first edition in Naples. Published by Verlag Edition Metzel / Che Casino and participating artists of JET LEG 2021 in Naples.

Lothringer Straße 13, 81667 Munich, Germany
16.09.
A Picnic Under Cover - Performance by Pierre-Yves Delannoy
4pm

A performance by Pierre-Yves Delannoy taking place as a part of our exhibition for the KARL & FABER Art Prize of the Academy of Fine Arts Munich Foundation 2022 ​
A Picnic Under Cover is a ritual where it is not just humans who tell stories, where things are lost and can be rediscovered. Against the backdrop of a never-begun travelogue we will share something to eat and to drink.

18.09.
Various Others Social Club #3
WERNER MURRER RAHMEN, hosted by Various Others Social Club
10am

Workshop conversation and “Weißwurst-Frühstück” with Katharina Beisiegel (Director, Kirchner Museum Davos) and Werner Murrer.

Please note that the capacity for this events is limited and will be assigned on a first-come, first-serve basis. We therefore recommend you to register promptly and get in touch with our Guest Liaison Mia Laska at guest@variousothers.com.

 

Zennerstraße 6, 81379 München
18.09.
Guided Tour of "ATTENTION. Christine Sun Kim & Thomas Mader" (German Sign Language)
4pm

Guided tour of the exhibition in German Sign Language with Museum Signers Birgit Fehn and Sabrina Göb.

Holzstraße 10, 80469 Munich, Germany
22.09.
Curator's tour with Magdalena Wisniowska
6 - 8pm

Curator's tour of the exhibition 'You call but not to me' in collaboration with CCA Temporary Gallery, featuring Hannes Heinrich and Buket Isgören. Magdalena Wisniowska will talk about the concept of the exhibition and the meaning behind the title. The artist, Hannes Heinrich will also be present.

Milchstraße 4, 81667 Munich
22.09.
"max goelitz x kunsTraum9"
kunsTraum9, hosted by max goelitz
6 - 9pm

KunsTraum9 and max goelitz jointly present the group show "Freedom of manoeuvre“ featuring Neïl Beloufa (*1985, F), Haroon Mirza (*1977, UK) and Gabriel Rico (*1980, MEX) with works from a private collection. The artists are joined together by their interest in assembling ordinary materials like solar panels, wires, cardboard, sticks and stones to complex artworks.

Hesseloherstraße 9, 80802 Munich, Germany
23.09.
Opening "Pippa Garner – Act Like You Know Me"
12am - 10 pm
Galeriestraße 4, 80539 Munich, Germany
23.09.
Various Others Social Club #4
Palmengarten, Luitpoldblock, hosted by Various Others Social Club
7pm

In dialogue with the Munich-based artist Frauke Zabel, Amanda Carneiro (Museu de Arte de São Paulo in residence at Villa Waldberta) will address connections between Munich and Brazil, the heritage of colonialism and the possibilities of changing institutions. No registration necessary, you are cordially invited.

 

This event is co-hosted by Salta Art. The Various Others Social Club series is supported by Phillips Auctioneers.

Brienner Straße 11, 80333 München
28.09.
Curator’s Tour of "Tony Cokes" with Elena Setzer (German)
6:30pm

Guided tour with curator Elena Setzer through the exhibition.
Please register via https://hausderkunst.de/kalender
Entrance fee: 3 € in addition to the exhibition ticket

Prinzregentenstraße 1, 80538 Munich, Germany
28.09.
Various Others Social Club #5
The Naked Room Munich, hosted by Various Others Social Club
7pm

Curators and writers Lizaveta German (The Naked Room) and Teresa Retzer (Haus der Kunst München) discuss the exhibition 'Propaganda of the Living World' at The Naked Room in Munich.

They address the current situation of artists coming from Ukraine, as well as those who have remained and continue to work in the country, and the support structures, challenges and needs of displaced artists, but most importantly Lizaveta will talk about the works on display and the general narrative behind the show. 

 

This year's series of Various Others Social Clubs is supported by Phillips Auctioneers. 

Burgstraße 4, 80331 München
01.10.
Guided Tour "Divinely Gifted: A walk through a piece of Munich’s art history"
2pm

Works by “divinely gifted” artists in (semi-)public space: A walk through a piece of Munich’s art history.
A cooperation between the Munich Documentation Centre for the History of National Socialism and Haus der Kunst.
This is a guided walking tour through Munich by Wolfgang Brauneis.
Wolfgang Brauneis curated last years Exhibition "Die Liste der ,Gottbegnadeten'. Künstler des Nationalsozialismus in der Bundesrepublik", at the Deutsches Historisches Museum in Berlin.

Meeting point: Haus der Kunst, main entrance

Please register via https://hausderkunst.de/kalender
This tour is free of charge

Prinzregentenstraße 1, 80538 Munich, Germany
02.10.
Guided Tour "Divinely Gifted: A walk through a piece of Munich’s art history"
2pm

Works by “divinely gifted” artists in (semi-)public space: A walk through a piece of Munich’s art history.
A cooperation between the Munich Documentation Centre for the History of National Socialism and Haus der Kunst.
This is a guided walking tour through Munich by Wolfgang Brauneis.
Wolfgang Brauneis curated last years Exhibition "Die Liste der ,Gottbegnadeten'. Künstler des Nationalsozialismus in der Bundesrepublik", at the Deutsches Historisches Museum in Berlin.

Meeting point: Haus der Kunst, main entrance

Please register via https://hausderkunst.de/kalender
This tour is free of charge

Prinzregentenstraße 1, 80538 Munich, Germany
03.10.
Guided Tour "Divinely Gifted: A walk through a piece of Munich’s art history"
2pm

Works by “divinely gifted” artists in (semi-)public space: A walk through a piece of Munich’s art history.
A cooperation between the Munich Documentation Centre for the History of National Socialism and Haus der Kunst.
This is a guided walking tour through Munich by Wolfgang Brauneis.
Wolfgang Brauneis curated last years Exhibition "Die Liste der ,Gottbegnadeten'. Künstler des Nationalsozialismus in der Bundesrepublik", at the Deutsches Historisches Museum in Berlin.

Meeting point: Haus der Kunst, main entrance

Please register via https://hausderkunst.de/kalender
This tour is free of charge

Prinzregentenstraße 1, 80538 Munich, Germany
05.10.
Curator’s Tour of "Tony Cokes" with Elena Setzer (English)
6:30pm

Guided tour with curator Elena Setzer through the exhibition.
Please register via https://hausderkunst.de/kalender
Entrance fee: 3 € in addition to the exhibition ticket

Prinzregentenstraße 1, 80538 Munich, Germany
06.10.
Guided Tour "David Goldblatt & Zanele Muholi"
7pm

Espace Louis Vuitton München is looking forward to welcoming you to a guided tour through their current exhibition.
Please register via email at info_espace.de@louisvuitton.com

Maximilianstraße 2a, 80539 Munich, Germany
07.10.
Opening "A Big Announcement: Bernd Kuchenbeiser zeigt Bücher und Schallplatten"
7pm
Prinzregentenstraße 60, 81675 Munich, Germany
08.10.
Screening and Artist Talk "Schreber is a Woman" with El Palomar
Max-Mannheimer-Platz, hosted by NS-Dokumentationszentrum München
7pm

In their audiovisual piece Schreber is a Woman, the Barcelona-based artists’ collective El Palomar delves into the mind of Daniel Paul Schreber, a German lawyer (1842–1911) who became famous for his reports from a psychiatric clinic that later inspired Freund. Together with El Palomar, we will use the story as a basis for a queer meditation on transness, biopolitics, and German children’s books.

Max-Mannheimer-Platz Munich, Germany
09.10.
Guided Tour of "ATTENTION. Christine Sun Kim & Thomas Mader" (Sign Language)
4pm

Guided tour of the exhibition in German Sign Language with Museum Signers Birgit Fehn and Sabrina Göb.

Holzstraße 10, 80469 Munich, Germany