Exhibitions 2018

 

 

FEBRUARY – APRIL 2018

The Württembergischer Kunstverein Stuttgart is closed from February 1, 2017 until the opening of the exhibition "50 Jahre nach 50 Jahre Bauhaus 1968" due to renovations.

MAY – SEPTEMBER 2018

May 5, 2018 - September 23, 2018
50 Jahre nach 50 Jahre Bauhaus 1968
Eine Ausstellung des Württembergischen Kunstvereins
im Rahmen von 100 Jahre Bauhaus

SEPTEMBER 2018 – JANUARY 2019

October 20, 2018 – January 20, 2019
Imogen Stidworthy
An exhibition by Württembergischer Kunstverein

From October 20, 2018 to January 20, 2019 the Württembergische Kunstverein Stuttgart is dedicating a solo exhibition to the British video and film artists Imogen Stidworthy.

PAST EXHIBITION 2018

October 14, 2017 - January 14, 2018
ALEXANDER KLUGE
Gardens of Cooperation
A collaborative project by
La Vierreine Centre de la Imatge, Barcelona and
Württembergischer Kunstverein Stuttgart

From October 14, 2017, to January 14, 2018, the Württembergischer Kunstverein is presenting the exhibition Alexander Kluge: Gardens of Cooperation. It is based on the comprehensive exhibition of the same name—devoted to the writer, theorist, and film and television director Alexander Kluge—which was on show at the art center La Virreina Centre de la Imatge in Barcelona in 2016. In close collaboration with the director of La Virreina, Valentín Roma, and with Alexander Kluge himself, the Württembergischer Kunstverein has developed a reformulation and expansion of this project.

The exhibition’s two main points of reference in terms of content revolve around the metaphor of the garden and the idea of the collective—of cooperation—in Kluge’s oeuvre and modes of operation; and also around forms of emancipation, which are not only the subject of his theoretical and artistic explorations of history, the present, and the future, but with which he himself also tirelessly engages. 

The exhibition in Stuttgart will show a selection of early and more recent short and long films by Kluge, including a specially developed compilation of his so-called “minute films.” In lieu of a chronological or thematic order, the exhibition will explore new and unusual forms of presentation by taking various approaches to Kluge’s narratives. Moreover, Gardens of Cooperation sets out to spotlight and implement transmediality, the motif of repetition, variation, and shifting in Kluge’s work, as well as the principles of montage, constellation, and gravitation.
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