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Daily Lectures
free guided tour of the exhibition
Daily, 6 pm

I Like Mondays Lecture
free short guided tours
Mondays, 11 am to 8 pm


Lunch Lectures - Wednesdays, 1 pm

A special kind of lunch break – tour followed by lunch.
Admission: € 9 / reduced: € 7

Departure to a Golden Age: Neo-Impressionists and the Members of the Cornish Art Colony
Anna Boroffka
27.01.2010, 24.02.2010

De Stijl, Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood – With a View to the Future, Back to Natural Elements and Basic Organic Forms
Vivian Kea
03.02.2010, 10.02.2010

Suprematism und Constructivism: Abstract Art in Revolutionary Russia.
Dr. Elisabeth Klotz
17.02.2010, 24.03.2010

Allegories of Friendship: The 19th Century and the Longing for Community in Art and Reality
Dr. Beate Zimmermann
03.03.2010, 17.03.2010

Arts and Crafts, Werkbund, Bauhaus – Artistic Change as a Social Task
Silke Feldhoff
10.03.2010, 31.03.2010, 07.04.2010


SPECIAL EVENTS

23.01.2010, 11 am - Curator’s Talk with Vivien Greene
Dr. Vivien Greene, Curator of 19th- and Early 20th-Century Art,Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, gives a guided tour of Utopia Matters.
In English


Photo: Daisy Loewl

Photo: Daisy Loewl


23./24.01.2010, 10 am - 8 pm - Utopia and Fashion - “…how nice without utopia”
The haute couture designer Annette Kölling from Antwerp presents collages and unique pieces under the motto Drawing as Utopia, Fashion as Shaped Environment. Films on the themes of fashion, art and utopia will be shown in parallel.

In cooperation with Epicentro Art and Fly Magazine within the frame of the Berlin Fashion Week Showroom Mile


Photo: Daisy Loewl

Photo: Daisy Loewl

Photo: Daisy Loewl


28.01.2010, 7 pm - Utopia and Science - The Utopia of Communication
Berlin-based artist Sissel Tolaas talks with the scientist Luc Steels about the “utopia of communication”. This first lecture of the new series Art and Neuroscience is organized by the Deutsche Guggenheim CLUB together with the berlin-based Association of Neuroesthetics.
In English

Location: Friedrichsaal of Deutsche Bank Unter den Linden
Further information: www.association-of-neuroesthetics.org



Photo: Mathias Schormann

 




30.01.2010, 6 pm - 2 am - Utopia and Design - Youtopic – 26th Long Night of Museums
Within the frame of the Long Night, students of the University of Bozen will realize a castle-in-the-air utopia together with visitors. The creativity of the visitors of the Long Night is asked for!

Program at: www.lange-nacht-der-museen.de
Tickets: € 15
reduced: € 10
children under 12: free admission


Photo: Daisy Loewl

Photo: Daisy Loewl

Photo: Daisy Loewl


Photo: Daisy Loewl

Photo: Daisy Loewl

Photo: Daisy Loewl


09.02.2010, 7 pm - Utopia and Architecture - Patrik Schumacher/Zaha Hadid Architects
Together with Zaha Hadid, Patrik Schumacher is head of Zaha Hadid Architects. In the past years, the studio has developed sensational buildings pursuing a unique utopia in architecture and urban development.
In German.

In cooperation with the Alfred Herrhausen Gesellschaft of Deutsche Bank
Location: Atrium of Deutsche Bank Unter den Linden



Photo: Daisy Loewl

 





Special Guided Tours

25.02.2010, 6:30 pm - guided tour for the hearing impaired with Silke Feldhoff
Carola Otto, sign language interpreter, will translate the guided tour. In cooperation with the Gehörlosenverband Berlin e.V.

03.03.2010 and 24.03.2010, 4 pm - guided tour for blind and strongly visually impaired persons with Silke Feldhoff
A guided tour concept has been developed for blind and visually impaired persons in cooperation with the Allgemeine Blinden- und Sehbehindertenverein Berlin.


Further Training of Teachers

Wednesday, 27.01.2010, 4-6 pm
In cooperation with the regional further-training measures supported by the Senatsverwaltung für Bildung, Wissenschaft und Forschung.
Meeting place: Deutsche Guggenheim
Reservation at 030-20 20 93 11 or berlin.guggenheim@db.com.


Guided Tours

Special guided tours in German and English as well as tours for children and school classes are available. Information and reservation: (030) 20 20 93-19 or berlin.guggenheim@db.com.


Unless otherwise specified, all events will take place at the Deutsche Guggenheim.


YOUTOPIC

Students of the Faculty of Design and Art of the Free University of Bozen Bolzano and their professors Dominik Harborth, Hans Höger, and Alin Köhler present Youtopic - programs dedicated to the theme of utopia and design, and realized for the Deutsche Guggenheim in concert with Utopia Matters.