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Hamburger Bahnhof – Nationalgalerie der Gegenwart: Open House. Days of the open door. Free admission and programme | 07.06.-09.06.2024

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In summer, the big public event ‘Open House’ returns to the Hamburger Bahnhof with free admission from Friday 7 June, 10 am to 10 pm, Saturday 8 June and Sun 9 June, 11 am to 6 pm.

Image above: Open House. Tage der offenen Tür, Hamburger Bahnhof – Nationalgalerie der Gegenwart, 16. bis 18. Juni 2023© Nationalgalerie – Staatliche Museen zu Berlin / Foto: Florian Banicki

The first Berlin Beats DJ set of the season in the museum garden with Oda Haliti and the opening of the Preis der Nationalgalerie 2024 on Fri, 7 June from 7 pm will kick things off. Claudia Wieser’s new site-specific installation in the museum’s restaurant will also be on display for the first time as part of the Infinite Exhibition. On Saturday, 8 June and Sunday, 9 June, there will be artist talks and tours behind the scenes of the museum and through all the exhibitions. The ‘Open House’ transforms the Riechhallen into a large studio with art cushions to-go and Boom Boom Klub, offers tango in the museum garden and open-air concerts by the BVG Orchestra. Visitors can explore the museum grounds on a sporty museum parcour or play football in the Rieckhallen.

Sam Bardaouil and Till Fellrath, Directors Hamburger Bahnhof: ‘After the overwhelming response to the Open House with 32,000 and Berlin Beats with over 50,000 guests in 2023, we and the Hamburger Bahnhof team are delighted to offer these successful formats again. The Hamburger Bahnhof in the centre of Berlin is available as an open meeting place and we are delighted to invite Berliners to celebrate summer and art with us.’

DEEDS.NEWS - Hamburger Bahnhof - Foto Florian Banicki-min
Image above: Hamburger Bahnhof – Nationalgalerie der Gegenwart© Nationalgalerie – Staatliche Museen zu Berlin / Foto: Jacopo La Forgia

From Fri 7 June, the Hamburger Bahnhof will be presenting four prizewinners of the Preis der Nationalgalerie for the first time in a joint group exhibition: Pan Daijing, Dan Lie, Hanne Lippard and James Richards. The new format takes up the idea of the exhibition as a collective exchange. The four new productions on show will remain permanently in the Nationalgalerie’s collection. At the same time, the annual expansion of the collection for the ‘Infinite Exhibition’ by artist Claudia Wieser will open on Fri 7 June. Visitors can also enjoy the special exhibitions by Naama Tsabar (until 22 September 2024), Alexandra Pirici (until 6 October 2024), Marianna Simnett (until 3 November 2024) and the collection exhibitions ‘Nationalgalerie. A Collection for the 21st Century“, the “Forum Hamburger Bahnhof” and ’Joseph Beuys. Works from the Nationalgalerie’ free of charge.

On Saturday, 8 June and Sunday, 9 June, an extensive programme complements the admission-free exhibition visit: every full and half hour there are overview tours, family tours and museum parkour in German or English; ‘Open House’ tours offer a look behind the scenes: Backstage tours show the management offices and the depot; the restoration studio opens its doors. Art educators invite visitors to spontaneous dialogues and short guided tours in various languages. There will also be a large book sale organised by the Staatliche Museen zu Berlin and the Walther König bookshop. The Restaurant Konstantin at Hamburger Bahnhof offers a special selection of savoury and sweet food and drinks both inside and outside the museum.

Programme partner of the Open House is Volkswagen Group as part of the Volkswagen Group Art4All Family Sunday cooperation. Free admission is made possible by Hamburger Bahnhof International Companions e.V. The Open House is a contribution to the art and culture programme for UEFA EURO 2024 and is supported by the Stiftung Fußball & Kultur EURO 2024 gGmbH with federal funds. The Open House is supported by Kulturprojekte Berlin.

DEEDS.NEWS - Portrait von Claudia Wieser Michael Schultze-min
Image above: Unendliche Ausstellung: Portrait von Claudia Wieser (c) Michael Schultze

PROGRAMME
Free admission to all exhibitions and events.
Registration not required.

Friday, 7 June 2023, 10 am to 10 pm

7pm
Welcome by Sam Bardaouil and Till Fellrath (Directors Hamburger Bahnhof)
7pm to 10pm
Berlin Beats DJ set by Oda Haliti in the garden of the museum

Saturday, 8 June 2024, 11 am to 6 pm

  • Guided tours: Meeting point next to the ticket office, H1 Historic Hall. The guided tours have a duration of 45 – 60 minutes
  • Screen printing station: Bring your T-shirts!
  • Ask me: Continuous talks and short guided tours in the exhibitions and activation of the exhibition ‘Naama Tsabar. Estuaries’
  • Special book sale at the Walther König bookshop with heavily discounted books, exhibition catalogues, postcards and posters
  • Special book sale at the Staatliche Museen zu Berlin with heavily discounted books, exhibition catalogues, postcards and posters
  • Rieckhallen studio with various open workshops (drop-in): Family relief, art cushion to-go, Boom Boom Klub, drawing studio with Es war einmal…K.I. and zine workshop, build sound installation, in cooperation with Selbstgebaute Musik, infinite sculpture, 26-person foosball table ‘Alles im Fluß’ by Wolfgang Karl May, Zeichnet Nachbarschaft!, toddler room, goal wall

11:30 am
Open House Tour: Restoration Studio and MediaLab (German)
Family tour (German)
12:00 am
Artist talk: The artists of the Preis der Nationalgalerie and curator Agnes Rameder (English), H6 Rieckhallen, 60 min
Concert: BVG Orchestra, inner courtyard, 90 min.
Open House Tour: Restoration Studio and MediaLab (English)
Museumparkour (German)
12:30 am
Curator guided tour: ‘Naama Tsabar. Estuaries’ with Ingrid Buschmann (German)
Overview tour with DGS
Family tour (English)
1:00 pm
Museum parkour (English)
1:30 pm
Open House Tour: Restoration Studio and MediaLab (German)
Family tour (German)
2:00 pm
Artist talk: Marianna Simnett and curator Charlotte Knaup (English), H6 Rieckhallen, 60 min.
Open House Tour: Restoration Studio and MediaLab (English)
Overview tour (German)
2:30 pm
Open House Tour: Backstage Director’s Tour (German)
Family tour (English)
3:00 pm
Inclusive Tango Practicals with Evi Sofra & Thomas Rieser. Everyone is welcome to join in, with/without disabilities or previous knowledge, no special footwear required, courtyard, 60 min.
Open House Tour: Depot (German)
Overview tour (English)
Museum Parkour (German)
3.30 pm
Family tour (German)
Open House Tour: Restoration Studio and MediaLab (German)
4:00 pm
Artist talk: Klaus Killisch and Sabine Herrmann with curator Catherine Nichols (German), H6 Rieckhallen, 60 min Free tango dancing for all, with live music, courtyard, 60 min Museumparkour (English) Open House Tour: Restoration Studio and MediaLab (English) 4:30 pm
Family Tour (English)
Open House Tour: Backstage Curator’s Tour (German)
5:00 pm
Overview tour (German)
Museum Parkour (German)

Sunday, 9. June 2024, 11 am until 6 pm

  • Guided tours: Meeting point next to the ticket office, H1 Historic Hall. The guided tours have a duration of 45 – 60 minutes
  • Screen printing station: Bring your T-shirts!
  • Ask me: Continuous talks and short guided tours in the exhibitions and activation of the exhibition ‘Naama Tsabar. Estuaries’
  • Special book sale at the Walther König bookshop with heavily discounted books, exhibition catalogues, postcards and posters
  • Special book sale at the Staatliche Museen zu Berlin with heavily discounted books, exhibition catalogues, postcards and posters
  • Rieckhallen studio with various open workshops (drop-in): Family relief, art cushion to-go, Boom Boom Klub, drawing studio with Es war einmal…K.I. and zine workshop, build sound installation, in cooperation with Selbstgebaute Musik, infinite sculpture, 26-person foosball table ‘Alles im Fluß’ by Wolfgang Karl May, Zeichnet Nachbarschaft!, toddler room, goal wall

    11:30 am
    Family tour (German)
    Open House Tour: Restoration Studio and MediaLab (German)
    12:00 am
    Directors’ talk: Sam Bardaouil and Till Fellrath, Rieckhallen, 60 min.
    Open House Tour: Restoration Studio and MediaLab (English)
    Museumparkour (German)
    12:30 am
    Curator guided tour Price of the National Gallery with Agnes Rameder (German)
    Touch tour: Presentation of the collection (German)
    Family tour (English)
    1:00 pm
    Concert: BVG Orchestra, inner courtyard, 90 min.
    Museum parkour (English)
    1:30 pm
    Family tour (German)
    Open House Tour: Restoration Studio and MediaLab (German)
    2:00 pm
    Artist talk: Claudia Wieser and curator Anna-Catharina Gebbers, H6 Rieckhallen, 60 min.
    Open House Tour: Restoration Studio and MediaLab (English)
    Overview tour (German)
    2:30 pm
    Open House Tour: Backstage Director’s Tour (German)
    Family tour (English)
    3:00 pm
    Inclusive tango practice with Evi Sofra & Thomas Rieser. Everyone is welcome to join in, with/without disabilities or previous knowledge, no special footwear required, courtyard, 60 min.
    Open House Tour: Depot (German)
    Overview tour (English)
    Museum Parkour (German)
    3.30 pm
    Family tour (German)
    Open House Tour: Restoration Studio and MediaLab (German)
    4:00 pm
    Talk and tour: Education and mediation at Hamburger Bahnhof, with Claudia Ehgartner (German), H6 Rieckhallen, 60 min.
    Free tango dancing for all, with live music, inner courtyard, 60 min.
    Open House Tour: Restoration Studio and MediaLab (English)
    Museumparkour (English)
    4:30 pm
    Family tour (English)
    Open House Tour: Backstage curator tour (English)
    5:00 pm
    Museumparkour (German)
    Overview tour (German)

Restaurant Konstantin at Hamburger Bahnhof offers a special range of savoury and sweet food and drinks inside and outside the museum and is open Fri 7 June from 10 am to 10 pm, Sat 8 June from 11 am to 6 pm and Sun 9 June from 11 am to 6 pm.

The DJ series Berlin Beats takes place on Thursdays from 7 to 10 pm in the museum garden until 28 August 2024. Admission to the concerts is free.

WHEN?

Friday 07. June – Sunday 09. June 2024

WHERE?

Hamburger Bahnhof – Nationalgalerie der Gegenwart
Invalidenstraße 50
10557 Berlin

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