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Sep 8 – Oct 14, 2022 Bayerische Akademie der Schönen Künste

M+M: Panic Room Munich

In the exhibition Panic Room Munich the artist duo M+M looks into current upheavals and catastrophes, pandemic, war and terror.

The core of the exhibition is the Panic Room Munich. In this expansive installation, M+M develop a pointed contemporary inventory of social conflicts and global political events.

The newspaper Putin 04, developed in cooperation with the Munich based graphic designer Felix Kempf, deals with the speech of the Russian president at the Munich Security Conference 2007 and serves as wallpaper for walls and floor of the installation. Further, photographies of the series in front are arranged on the walls. They dissect significant news broadcasts in the fanning-out of all their video stills – also current ones about the war against the Ukraine, thus creating a relational system of references that also reflects the omnipresence and manipulative visual language of the media.

In a further installation, the presence of virus proof materials throughout the covid-19 pandemic is being examined and the fine line between euphoria and catastrophe is being explored in a VR-project.

M+M stands for the artistic cooperation of Marc Weis and Martin De Mattia. Ever since the mid 1990s the duo works at the intersection of visual arts and motion picture.

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M+M, Olympic Vertigo, 2022, VR-Projekt, Detail, Copyright M+M
Sep 9 - 16, 2022 - Opening: Sep 8, 2022, 7 p.m. Zeppelinstr. 51, 81669 München

Exhibition: post-un

post-un is a group exhibition project, an essay on the (im)possibilities of communication through painting and the relevance of any content. (Texts on textures).
7 positions, perhaps not only connected by their opinionated approach to art history.

Andreas Breunig
Andreas Lech
Anna Mccarthy
Benedikt Gahl
Gülbin Ünlü
Hedwig Eberle
Michaela Eichwald

Curated by Benedikt Gahl

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Jul 13 - Oct 17, 2022 Linklaters LLP, Prinzregentenplatz 10, 81675 München

Klasse Hildebrandt – Like Me Later

With "Like Me Later," the class of Prof. Hildebrandt is presenting, at the invitation of the international law firm Linklaters, an exhibition for the first time at the law firm's Munich headquarters on Prinzregentenplatz . 32 art students have jointly developed and curated the exhibition in the newly renovated premises of the law firm. The result is an interplay of works that not only depicts the impressive range of young artistic positions, but at the same time visualizes the special dynamics of the class.

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Sept 9 - Sept 10, 2022 (Exhibition runs until Sept 11, 2022) Rathausgalerie Marienplatz 8 80331 München

Conference: Visionen und Wirklichkeit. Kunst für die Olympischen Spiele in München 1972

50 years after the 1972 Olympic Games in Munich, the exhibition "Visionen und Wirklichkeit" in the middle of the city at Marienplatz conveys the spirit of the times with works of art, films, photographs and all kinds of surprising documents.

An extensive exhibition in the Rathausgalerie Kunsthalle documents these special games with numerous exhibits, some of which have long been forgotten or unknown, until 11 September and brings the spirit of the times to life.

On 9/10 September, lectures by experts from various disciplines will provide background information and new insights into the role of art for the interested public and at the same time initiate an academic exchange.

Corinna Thierolf, Daniela Stöppel and Maurin Dietrich will be among the speakers.

Sep 14, 2022, 5 - 7 p.m. Schwabinggrad, Theresienstrasse 154, 80333 München

Workshop: METAMORPHIC ANIMALS by Maria Noujaim

In this workshop we will explore, through dance and movement, the structure of metamorphic animals, hybrid and mythological beings in the body. Our aim is to research the possibilities of bodies in a multispecies perspective and landscape, where the human is just one more form in the larger web of forms of life. The workshop is divided into body preparation and free research accompanied by the artist.

The workshop is aimed at all those interested in creating forms of themselves in contact with the themes of myth and nature. There is no need to have a background in dance. Each body has its own dance.

Maria Noujaim is an artist, graduated in Dance from Escola Angel Vianna (RJ) and holds a PhD in Art History from PUC-Rio. Her work consists of a practical and conceptual meditation on dance, working in the hybrid areas of performance, notation and experimental pedagogy.

In 2022 she will present her solo show 'Lake' at Schwabinggrad - Munich. Curated by Giampaolo Bianconi and supported by the City of Munich Department of Arts and Culture, Salta and Schwabinggrad.

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