September 2022

writing of The Feuerle Collection on a grey background

VISUAL ART: Edmund de Waal and Unseen Pieces from The Feuerle Collection, Berlin, 17 September–Easter 2023

“The idea behind this exhibition is to juxtapose the lyrical content of Edmund de Waal’s work and the timeless character of extraordinary Asian achievements from the 6th and 16th centuries. De Waal is a contemporary artist, but his soul I see in Rembrandt, in the beauty of Italian Renaissance painters, and in history philosophy”. Edmund de Waal and Unseen Pieces from the Feuerle Collection, Berlin. More info here.

two people wearing biohazard suits

VISUAL ART: Grace Ndiritu at Martin-Gropius-Bau, Berlin, 16 September–15 January 2023

Prolific international prize-winning visual artist Grace Ndiritu will participate in the group exhibition ‘On Caring, Repairing & Healing’ at Martin-Gropius-Bau, Berlin. Tickets here.

the inside of a church

VISUAL ART: Hannah Quinlan and Rosie Hastings, Kunsthalle Osnabrück, until 16 October

Hannah Quinlan and Rosie Hastings’ exhibition ‘Inside’ at Kunsthalle Osnabrück uses film, painting, drawing and performance. Their installation at Kunsthalle Osnabrück combines sound works with 15 dolls houses which show different architectural styles of UK homes. The exhibition questions how we see ourselves, and how this is connected to the houses we live in, reflecting on political power and civic duty.

VISUAL ART: Help collect dry flowers for the Flower Power Festival Munich 2023

Participate in the Munich Flower Extravaganza, a large installation by the artist Rebecca Louise Law at Kunsthalle Munich: for their 2023 exhibition, 200,000 dried flowers are needed and so everyone is invited to collect flowers and bring them, dried, to the Kunsthalle by Autumn 2022. The flowers will be part of Flower Power Festival Munich 2023. 

VISUAL ART: Homosphäre, until 25 September, Kunsthalle Mainz

Group exhibition dealing with air and the atmosphere and their role in the earth’s geosystem, with works by James Bridle and Forensic Architecture: more here

artwork by Jeremy Hutchison

VISUAL ART: Jeremy Hutchison, The Never Never, 3 September–13 November, Kunstverein Harburger Bahnhof

Jeremy Hutchison (b.1979) works across performance, sculpture, text and video, intervening in systems of production and consumption, perverting norms to produce crisis and absurdity. See his new solo exhibition The Never Never at Kunstverein Harburger Bahnhof, 3 September–13 November. All info here

a woman looking at a painting in a museum

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