rosalie and richard wagner

light – myth – material

rosalie (Gudrun Müller, 1953-2017) celebrated her greatest successes with her productions for the ‘Ring des Nibelungen’ on the Green Hill. After her set and costume design productions for the Schwetzingen Festival, the Stuttgart Ballet, the Zurich Opera House, the Teatro alla Scala Milano and the Hamburg State Opera, rosalie came to Bayreuth in 1994. → Read more

Termin: 20.10.2020 to 3.10.2021

Adresse: Richard Wagner Museum Bayreuth, Germany

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SEDUCTIONS of LIGHT

Media Art in Dialogue with Nature and Society

The exhibition looks at light as a metaphor for knowledge. With 21 installations by a total of 15 artists, the spectrum includes room-filling installations, objects and light boxes as well as neon and video works. The exhibition surprises with visual experiences and sensual seduction. → Read more

Termin: March 1 to October 3, 2021

Adresse: Staatliches Museum Schwerin - Staatliche Schlösser, Gärten und Kunstsammlungen Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Deutschland

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HEINZ MACK

Works in Light (1956-2017)

Heinz Mack has created rotating light sculptures, glittering steles, wings, fountains, gleaming golden bronze sculptures, prisms, cubes, moving rotors and Land Art. About a hundred of his works can be found in public spaces. Now he is 90 years old. The Museum Ritter is dedicating a retrospective to Heinz Mack on his birthday. The tour leads from the multifaceted and impressive light experiments in the 1960s → Read more

Termin: 8 May to 10 October 2021

Adresse: Museum Ritter | 71111 Waldenbuch in Baden-Württemberg/Germany

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Mischa Kuball

Referenzräume

The large-scale exhibition ReferenzRäume provides an insight into the work of Mischa Kuball. It shows room-sized installations, photographs and video projections as well as documentation from the work complex ‘public preposition’, i.e. those works realised in public spaces. → Read more

Termin: Mai 5 - September 19, 2021

Adresse: Hollerplatz 1 | 38440 Wolfsburg / DE

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Switch II

Switch II is a project of the Center for International Light Art Unna and the Hochschule der Bildende Künste Saar (HBKsaar) Saarbrücken.
In this follow-up project, students and teachers of the HBKsaar experiment with physical light in drawing, painting, sculpture, installation and performance. The common denominator of the exhibition is an understanding of the image that is inherent in temporality, changeability and transience.

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Termin: Mai 16 - September 05, 2021

Adresse: Center for International Light Art Unna/DE

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lichtsicht7 – Projektions-Triennale

Grand World Theatre in Bad Rothenfelde

The dimensions of the graduation houses are enormous. The approximately 1 kilometre long art trail around the up to 14 metre high walls of the graduation works forms a projection surface of blackthorn brushwood of a total of 10,000 square metres in the spa gardens of Bad Rothenfelde. The works of art are projected directly onto the ramified, structured and glistening wet walls of the historic salt works. → Read more

Termin: 22.10.2021 - 20.02.2022

Adresse: Bad Rothenfelde, Germany

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Architectural Lighting and Light Art Festival in Tartu

TAVA2021 – The world of light

Architectural Lighting and Light Art festival Tartu In Light (TAVA2021) will be held for the third time this autumn in Tartu, Estonia. TAVA2021 is a consistent, international, cross-disciplinary festival of light art and lighting art. The pre- and main events of the festival will last for 30 days. → Read more

Termin: 27. - 30.10.2021 | side programm > 22. 10. - 22. 11. 2021

Adresse: Tartu, Estonia

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Power! Light!

Light – a political, social, ecological statement

The exhibition presents artistic positions which intentionally focus on such topics in which light has political, social, and/or ecological significance in a broader sense – and this against the backdrop of the current tension between luminous pollution due to the ever-increasing lighting and illumination mania on the one hand and, on the other hand, increasingly sophisticated lighting concepts with a focus on saving energy – and thus also in a figurative sense on the use of resources in general. → Read more

Termin: 27.11.2021 – 20.03.2022

Adresse: Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg, Wolfsburg/DE

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