Margret Hoppe, VG Bildkunst Bonn, From the Series: VEB Robotron Leipzig, 2012, 4 C-Prints framed behind glass, 30 x 40 cm

… oder kann das weg? Fallstudien zur Nachwende

Case studies and contributions by: Bakri Bakhit, Tina Bara, Nadja Buttendorf, Can Candan, Yvon Chabrowski, Harun Farocki, Rainer Görß/Ania Rudolph, Jörg Herold, Bernd Hiepe, Margret Hoppe, Susanne Huth, Wilhelm Klotzek/Peter Woelck, Silke Koch, Eric Meier, Minh Duc Pham, Andrea Pichl, David Polzin, Sabine Reinfeld, Sophie Reinhold, Elske Rosenfeld, Tucké Royale, Wolfgang H Scholz, Gabriele Stötzer, Achim Valbracht, Anna Voswinckel/Beatrice E. Stammer, Suse Weber, Anna Zett/Hermann Heisig

Soft-opening: September 15, 12 am
From Sept 16 until November 7, 2021

nGbK - neue Gesellschaft für bildende Kunst
Oranientraße 25
10999 Berlin

Opening hours
Monday to Thursday 10 am - 6 pm
Friday 12 am - 8 pm
Saturday + Sunday 10 am - 6 pm

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Margret Hoppe, VG Bildkunst Bonn, from the series: Südwall, Chemin des Goudes, 2017, c-print, 100 x 130 cm

Margret Hoppe. Südwall

The South Wall represents the long, complex and conflicted history of Germany and France until the catastrophe of the two World Wars. These military fortifications were built by the Germans all along the Mediterranean coast (from Nice to Perpignan) and were used as defense posts against the Allied forces. In Marseille, these bunkers are still present, along the coast and on the Archipelago du Frioul. The artist has also studied the history of Marseille as a city in exile. Following in the footsteps of Varian Fry, founder of the Emergency Rescue Committee , which enabled many intellectuals and artists to leave Europe in Marseille, Margret Hoppe records the traces of these figures who hoped for freedom through Marseille.

Opening 3 September 2021, 11 am – 10 pm
From Sept 3 until Oct 26, 2021

Galerie Parotta Contemporary Art & Parotta Cabinet Cologne

Brüsseler Straße 21

50674 Köln

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Die Kammer, Kienbaum, 2009, c-print, 24 x 30 cm

In the hospital: Ludwig Kuffer, Andreas Langfeld, Elisabeth Neudörfl

With works by Ellen Auerbach/Eliot Porter, Miriam Backström, Walter Ballhause, Lynne Cohen, Wiebke Elzel/Jana Müller, Lee Friedlander, Dan Graham, Jürgen Heinemann, Günter Hildenhagen, Margret Hoppe, Candida Höfer, Sarah Jones, Steffen Junghans, Ludwig Kuffer, Andreas Langfeld, Esko Mannikkö, Susan Mogul, Stefan Moses, Elisabeth Neudörfl, Erich Salomon, Ernst Scheidegger, Linn Schröder, Wilhelm Schürmann, Valery Shchekoldin, Henrik Spohler, Edward Steichen, Andreas Thein, Karl Heinz Tobias and pictures from the Girardet Archiv.

From July 30 until November 7, 2021

Museum Folkwang Fotografische Sammlung
Museumsplatz 1
45128 Essen

Opening hours

Tuesday and Wednesday 10 am – 6 pm
Thursday and Friday 10 am – 8 pm
Saturday, Sunday and holidays 10 am – 6 pm
Closed on Monday

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Margret Hoppe, VG Bildkunst Bonn, from the series Altenbourgs Spaziergang, 2021, c-print, 40 x 30 cm

Gärten vor der Linse – Die Gartenstadt Altenburg

For the exhibition "Gärten vor der Linse – Die Gartenstadt Altenburg", contemporary artists were invited to photograph the gardens of the nobility and bourgeoisie in Altenburg with a view from today. The exhibition is part of the project "Green squared" of the Lindenau Museum Altenburg with the Residenzschloss Altenburg, the Natural History Museum Mauritianum and the Museum Burg Posterstein.

Artists: Claus Bach, Margret Hoppe, Bertram Kober, Jörg Neumerkel, Carsten Schenker, Jens Paul Taubert

The exhibition ist running from 21 May until 3 October, 2021

Residenzschloss Altenburg
Schloss 2-4
04600 Altenburg

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