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October 9, 2020 – April 5, 2021

K.H. Hödicke

The exhibition K. H. Hödicke at the PalaisPopulaire in Berlin is conceived as a retrospective and offers insight into an almost inexhaustible artistic oeuvre and in its juxtaposition of drawings, paintings, and sculpture demonstrates that K. H. Hödicke today is to be counted among the classics but that his decades-spanning work has retained its freshness and topicality.

K.H.Hödicke, Rosa Verspannungen, 1961

 

Schwarz-weiß Fotografie: Wald mit vielen strahlenden Punkte

June 10, 2020 – February 8, 2021

Time Present
Photography from the Deutsche Bank Collection

It is a journey through time in several respects. Encompassing over 60 works, Time Present at the PalaisPopulaire unfolds a panorama of contemporary photographic art. The exhibition presents a broad spectrum of international photography collected by Deutsche Bank over the course of four decades. Alongside well-known names such as Hiroshi Sugimoto, Gerhard Richter, and Mathilde ter Heijne, new acquisitions for the collection by Gauri Gill and Viviane Sassen will be on view.

Photo: Tokihiro Sato, Kashimagawa #352, 1998

Bill Hams

May 6 – September 14, 2020

Christo and Jeanne-Claude
Projects 1963–2020

Ingrid & Thomas Jochheim Collection

Christo and Jeanne-Claude are among the most popular artist couples of our time. More than almost any other artistic working and living community, they succeeded in breaking through the boundaries of the art world and in arousing the enthusiasm of a broad public, across all social strata, for their shrouding of buildings and their installations in large landscape spaces.
The PalaisPopulaire presents works from the Jochheim Collection, which traces the history of their spectacular large-scale projects. The focus is on the wrapping of the Reichstag, which made the Berlin parliament building shine in a unique way twenty-five years ago, but rare early objects are also on view.

Photo: Christo and Jeanne-Claude in front of Wrapped Reichstag, Berlin 1995. © Wolfgang Volz

Caline Aoun's ink fountain in the exhibition Seeing is believing

November 15, 2019 – March 2, 2020

Caline Aoun: seeing is believing
Deutsche Bank “Artist of the Year”


In her work Caline Aoun, born in Beirut in 1983, combines strategies of minimalism and conceptual art with the question of how digital technologies change our perception of images and information. She focuses in particular on the flood of images brought about by the digitalization of our globalized world. In her artistic practice, Aoun deals with materiality and “digitality,” abstraction and concreteness, as well as the discrepancy between human imagination and sensual experience.

The exhibition at the PalaisPopulaire is the first major solo presentation of the Lebanese artist in Germany




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February 10 – March 2, 2020

 Xenia Hausner – “This will have been another happy day!”

The new production of Richard Strauss’s opera Der Rosenkavalier staged by André Heller is the occasion for the first cooperation between Staatsoper Unter den Linden and Deutsche Bank’s PalaisPopulaire. Visual art and music theater enter into dialogue, and the works of the Austrian painter Xenia Hausner, who designed the stage set for Der Rosenkavalier, create a contemporary commentary on the complexity of human feelings.

A cooperation between Staatsoper Unter den Linden and the PalaisPopulaire supported by Egon Zehnder

Xenia Hausner: Pure Cool, 2016, Acryl and oil on Dibond, 149 x 180 cm © Xenia Hausner

 

The

November 15, 2019 – January 31, 2020

Das Totale Tanz Theater

A Virtual Reality Dance Experience for Man and Machine

The Bauhaus looked for new artistic forms of expression for people in modern industrial societies. Among them was Oskar Schlemmer’s stage experiments as well as Walter Gropius’s Totales Theater project. To commemorate the 100th birthday of the Bauhaus, Das Totale Tanz Theater has revitalized these ideas for the digital age. The installation, which was conceived and realized under the leadership of the Interactive Media Foundation, transfers visitors to a 400-meter-high virtual reality dome. On this virtual stage they meet dance machines that wear futuristic versions of Schlemmer’s costumes. At first, the visitors can control the movements in the space. But then the system takes over the choreography. A sensual dance experience—and at the same time a highly topical reflection on the relationship between man and machine.

Embroidered hospital scrub top, ca. 1968
Damien Hirst Trinity – Pharmacology, Physiology, Pathology, 2000
Work on paper of Raqib Shaw