:: ZKM news
ZKM | Media Museum, Groundfloor :: closed from 04/05/2006 through 04/22/2006 ! Reopening with the Exhibition »Bilder eines Reiches. Leben im vorrevolutionären Russland« and four new installations on 04/23/2006.
»Light Art from Artificial Light« and Museum shop :: thursdays open until 10 pm
»ZKM free friday!« :: free entrance after 2pm
:: ZKM Events
÷ »EMINE aus Incesu« by Barbara Trottnow :: Screening and Discussion, 03/23/2006, 6.30pm |
ZKM_Lecture hall, Entrance free.
÷ Exhibition Opening: »Gesichter des Überlebens« :: Opening: 03/24/2006, 6pm | Exhibition: 03/25/-04/09/2006 | ZKM_Museum balcony.
÷ Exhibition Opening: »40yearsvideoart.de–Part 1: revision.zkm« :: Opening: 03/24/2006, 7pm | Exhibition: 03/25/-05/21/2006 | ZKM_Media lounge, ZKM_Museum balcony.
:: ZKM Exhibitions
÷ Light Art from Artificial Light :: Very few media have revolutionized and democratized our living space in the last hun-dred years as much as electrical light has. The most diverse areas of everyday life, of working life, consumption, media, etc., have transformed through artificial light - and so has art. Since the beginning of the last century, artificial light has increasingly illuminated ever more streets, shop windows, billboard signs and houses in an unprecedented abundance and form. The ZKM | Museum for Contemporary Art's spectacular exhibition offers the first presentation of the classical highlights of light art, and here, the most recent contemporary art reveals surprising references to earlier works. Artists [selected]: László Moholy-Nagy, Thomas Wilfred, Zdenek Pesánek, ZERO, Gruppo T, Gruppo N, Dan Flavin, Bruce Nauman, Keith Sonnier, James Turrell, Mario Merz, François Morellet, Jenny Holzer, Cerith Wyn Evans, Jason Rhoades, Zaha Hadid, Tobias Rehberger, Steven Pippin, Olafur Eliasson [more]
[»Light Art from Artificial Light« | 11/19/2005-08/06/2006 | ZKM | Museum of Contemporary Art and other locations]
÷ Masterpieces of Media Art from the
ZKM_Collection :: The exhibition presents a panorama of
media art from its early days in the 1950s up to current net art, which no other museum in the world has to offer [