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November 2020

 

Instead of the usual public guided tours, we offer a seated introduction to our exhibition in the auditorium, in compliance with the required social distancing.

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Painting, crafting, pottering! In the Open Studio young and old can try out their own artistic approaches and gain new perspectives on art.

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Instead of the usual public guided tours, we offer a seated introduction to our exhibition in the auditorium, in compliance with the required social distancing.

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Instead of the usual public guided tours, we offer a seated introduction to our exhibition in the auditorium, in compliance with the required social distancing.

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Works on loan, art transport, exhibition architecture, colour concept, catalogue – many aspects must be considered to get from initial idea to finished show! Kathrin Baumstark, artistic director of the Bucerius Art Forum, explains how an exhibition is created.

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Every first and third Thursday of the month, young parents are welcome to bring their babies along on an exclusive guided tour of the current exhibition at the Bucerius Kunst Forum.

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Learning Italian can be delicious! After language lessons relating to the artworks in the exhibition Georges Braque. Dance of Shapes, we will enjoy an aperitivo together.

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Instead of the usual public guided tours, we offer a seated introduction to our exhibition in the auditorium, in compliance with the required social distancing.

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Creative evening exchange with Uschi Ziegler in a relaxed atmosphere in our studio.

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Instead of the usual public guided tours, we offer a seated introduction to our exhibition in the auditorium, in compliance with the required social distancing.

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Kathrin Baumstark, the museum’s artistic director and curator of the exhibition, will give you some exciting insights into the multifaceted oeuvre of the French artist Georges Braque.

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Instead of the usual public guided tours, we offer a seated introduction to our exhibition in the auditorium, in compliance with the required social distancing.

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Instead of the usual public guided tours, we offer a seated introduction to our exhibition in the auditorium, in compliance with the required social distancing.

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Instead of the usual public guided tours, we offer a seated introduction to our exhibition in the auditorium, in compliance with the required social distancing.

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Enjoying art can be very personal - with each new exhibition, the Bucerius Kunst Forum invites its young friends to an exclusive evening with artistic director Kathrin Baumstark and research assistant Lukas Schepers.

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Out and about in Hamburg: On a guided tour of the Max Beckmann exhibition, we will look at how the artist evoked female and male roles in his art.

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Learning Italian can be delicious! After language lessons relating to the artworks in the exhibition Georges Braque. Dance of Shapes, we will enjoy an aperitivo together.

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Instead of the usual public guided tours, we offer a seated introduction to our exhibition in the auditorium, in compliance with the required social distancing.

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Out and about in Hamburg: On a guided tour of the Max Beckmann exhibition, we will look at how the artist evoked female and male roles in his art.

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Creative evening exchange with Uschi Ziegler in a relaxed atmosphere in our studio.

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Instead of the usual public guided tours, we offer a seated introduction to our exhibition in the auditorium, in compliance with the required social distancing.

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What actually happens in the museum at night? Together we go on a discovery tour and reveal all the museum's secrets.

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To look at art in peace, undisturbed, with inner concentration and plenty of time – that is what we wish for every exhibition visit. With our mindfulness exercise we invite you to hone your perception, focus your full attention on the works of art and block out your daily cares for a moment.

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Instead of the usual public guided tours, we offer a seated introduction to our exhibition in the auditorium, in compliance with the required social distancing.

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Instead of the usual public guided tours, we offer a seated introduction to our exhibition in the auditorium, in compliance with the required social distancing.

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Instead of the usual public guided tours, we offer a seated introduction to our exhibition in the auditorium, in compliance with the required social distancing.

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Yoga can connect and move us, just like art. After an inspiring short tour of the exhibition Georges Braque. Dance of Shapes, Pop-up Yoga offers you a dynamic vinyasa flow in our spacious atrium!

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Every first and third Thursday of the month, young parents are welcome to bring their babies along on an exclusive guided tour of the current exhibition at the Bucerius Kunst Forum.

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Learning Italian can be delicious! After language lessons relating to the artworks in the exhibition Georges Braque. Dance of Shapes, we will enjoy an aperitivo together.

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Instead of the usual public guided tours, we offer a seated introduction to our exhibition in the auditorium, in compliance with the required social distancing.

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Creative evening exchange with Uschi Ziegler in a relaxed atmosphere in our studio.

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In the twentieth century, literature and art paved the way toward modernity with their new understanding of reality. The talk examines this symbiosis.

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For one evening you will become an important artist of Cubism yourself. First you will learn all about shapes, colours and facets in Georges Braque’s artistic work, then you will take up your brush under the professional guidance of the painting school Maldumal.

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Instead of the usual public guided tours, we offer a seated introduction to our exhibition in the auditorium, in compliance with the required social distancing.

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Instead of the usual public guided tours, we offer a seated introduction to our exhibition in the auditorium, in compliance with the required social distancing.

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Instead of the usual public guided tours, we offer a seated introduction to our exhibition in the auditorium, in compliance with the required social distancing.

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Out and about in Hamburg: On a guided tour of the Max Beckmann exhibition, we will look at how the artist evoked female and male roles in his art.

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Instead of the usual public guided tours, we offer a seated introduction to our exhibition in the auditorium, in compliance with the required social distancing.

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Creative evening exchange with Uschi Ziegler in a relaxed atmosphere in our studio.

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Instead of the usual public guided tours, we offer a seated introduction to our exhibition in the auditorium, in compliance with the required social distancing.

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Instead of the usual public guided tours, we offer a seated introduction to our exhibition in the auditorium, in compliance with the required social distancing.

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To accompany the current exhibition at the Bucerius Kunst Forum, the ABATON Cinema is showing Picasso and Braque Go to the Movies, a fascinating documentary about the synergies between early film history and the work of the two Cubist painters Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque.

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Instead of the usual public guided tours, we offer a seated introduction to our exhibition in the auditorium, in compliance with the required social distancing.

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The first monograph on the painter Georges Braque was published in Paris in 1934. Its author was Carl Einstein, who had been planning to write a book about his artist friend ever since the early twenties. In his talk, Uwe Fleckner examines the unusually intimate relationship between artist and art theorist.

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