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LET’S Latex: Care & courage: DIY applications with latex

20.11.20
18:00–21:00 Workshop

Workshop with Clara Wolff: What kind of material is latex? Can you make it yourself? And if so, how? Together with the participants, Clara Wolff cooks up a pretty viscious latex soup. Surprisingly many things are made out of latex. Maybe this won’t feel so strange after all. How do we deal with these things in our every day life? There will be a second …

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LET’S Paper: Local news – the secrets
of paper

07.11.20
12:00–17:00 Workshop

Workshop with Rosalie Schweiker: A workshop for all those who want to get their hands dirty: together, we make paper and create scrap paper collages. You don’t need talent or existing knowledge about art. Everyone can participate. Together, we will try and let the paper guide us. Maybe an additional big figure will emerge from the paper mache, or maybe we …

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Talkshow-shooting: Men in Trouble

11.10.20 Performance

The church itself will become the setting for her video series “Men in Trouble”.* Six of the videos will be shot in the church. It is a series of conversations. The conversations are funny and tragic at the same time. They will take place during the exhibition’s run time. The audience is invited to visit the shootings. The conversations are about the …

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LET’S Garbage: Artist’s waste – an exercise
in active disappearance

04.10.20 14:00–17:00

Workshop

Workshop with Helene Baldursson: Objects are solid, rough, smooth, light, or heavy. Sometimes they are unremarkable, but you can see them everywhere. You can …

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Conspiracy theories
in the context
of the Corona pandemic

24.09.20 19:00

Lecture

Lecture by Prof. Dr. Julia Becker: All across the world, the Coronavirus pandemic is an important topic right now. Everyone is talking about it. Pandemic …

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LET’S Garbage: Sorting material as performative practice

12.09.20
11:00–14:00 Workshop

Workshop with Manila Bartnik: Rubbish, residue, remains — in short, waste. We all know it. No one likes to clean up. You drag it out, postpone it, or just leave it altogether. Why is that? In this workshop we try not to judge the decluttering. We do not say: it’s exhausting. Or useful. Or necessary. We say: cleaning up is art. What is the heap of rubbish at …

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YUP 2020: Der Drops wird gelutscht

05.09.20 17:00–20:00

Performance

The “Young Urban Performance Festival” will take place again this year. Under this year's motto “Der Drops wird gelutscht”, various works will be shown at five …

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Ossi Osnabrück

30.08.20–18.10.20 Exhibition

David Polzin

David Polzin, aus der Serie "Möbel aus der Postimperialen Phase Deutschlands“, 2013-2019, Foto: Weston Lyon, © David Polzin.

David Polzin’s art is about the life in the former GDR. How do people today remember the GDR and how life was there? How was the GDR depicted in the media? How did that change in the time after the reunification? How do the people feel after the reunification? What were people’s hopes and dreams? And who was disappointed? These are the questions that David …

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Jahresgrafik

2020–2021

Jahresgrafik

From August 2020 to February 2021, the Kunsthalle will be focussing on the subject of “Disappointment”. It’s about the big disappointments of everyday life. It’s about societal disappointments. About disappointments that many people experience. About disappointments caused by politics. About disappointments that influence our lives as well. Where do …

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Artists

Aleksandra Domanović

13.12.20–14.02.21

David Polzin

30.08.20–18.10.20

Jovana Reisinger

30.08.20–14.02.21

Rosalie Schweiker

30.08.20–14.02.21

Mickey Yang

25.10.20–06.12.20

Contributors

Bini Adamczak

Loren Britton

Helen Pritchard

Anke Stelling

Crisis Commu-
nication

30.08.20–14.02.21 Exhibition

Rosalie Schweiker

Rosalie Schweiker, Hände unter den Füssen, 2020, © Rosalie Schweiker.

For Rosalie Schweiker, art is a social event. That means: she doesn’t create art for herself alone, in her studio, without any connection to others. Her art develops in collaboration with other artists and people. They communicate and work together. That’s how it is in this exhibition, too. Rosalie Schweiker knew: she would get to show her art at the …

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Men in Trouble

30.08.20–14.02.21 Exhibition

Jovana Reisinger

Jovana Reisinger, beauty is life, Filmstill, 2020, Setfotografin: Jenny Bräuer © Jovana Reisinger.

Jovana Reisinger is an artist, film maker and writer. The way she tells stories in her films is very unique. Also humorous. It is about women’s rights and the coexistence of people. Jovana Reisinger developed an installation for the church of the Kunsthalle.* Some of her older films will be shown there. Also, the church itself will become the setting for …

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LET’S Garbage: Sorting material as performative practice

12.09.20
11:00–14:00 Workshop

Workshop with Manila Bartnik: Rubbish, residue, remains — in short, waste. We all know it. No one likes to clean up. You drag it out, postpone it, or just leave it altogether. Why is that? In this workshop we try not to judge the decluttering. We do not say: it’s exhausting. Or useful. Or necessary. We say: cleaning up is art. What is the heap of rubbish at …

Show more

Talkshow-shooting: Men in Trouble

11.10.20 Performance

The church itself will become the setting for her video series “Men in Trouble”.* Six of the videos will be shot in the church. It is a series of conversations. The conversations are funny and tragic at the same time. They will take place during the exhibition’s run time. The audience is invited to visit the shootings. The conversations are about the …

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Upaya

25.10.20–06.12.20 Exhibition

Mickey Yang

Mickey Yang, Lopend vuurtje, 2018, © Mickey Yang

Mickey Yang creates installations, objects and videos. Her art is about people’s individual perceptions. Meaning: How do people perceive different objects? Or nature? Why do different people see the world differently? Why is that? Is it because of the place they live in? Is it because of their culture? Is it because of the media? The word “Upaya“ comes from …

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LET’S Paper: Local news – the secrets
of paper

07.11.20
12:00–17:00 Workshop

Workshop with Rosalie Schweiker: A workshop for all those who want to get their hands dirty: together, we make paper and create scrap paper collages. You don’t need talent or existing knowledge about art. Everyone can participate. Together, we will try and let the paper guide us. Maybe an additional big figure will emerge from the paper mache, or maybe we …

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LET’S Latex: Care & courage: DIY applications with latex

20.11.20
18:00–21:00 Workshop

Workshop with Clara Wolff: What kind of material is latex? Can you make it yourself? And if so, how? Together with the participants, Clara Wolff cooks up a pretty viscious latex soup. Surprisingly many things are made out of latex. Maybe this won’t feel so strange after all. How do we deal with these things in our every day life? There will be a second …

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Schüler:innen für Schüler:innen

Schüler:innen für Schüler:innen, Gymnasium in der Wüste, Playing Up, Photo: Kathrin Weidmann

“Schüler:innen für Schüler:innen” is a programme aimed at various study groups from different neighborhoods in Osnabrück. The groups do not meet in school, but at the Kunsthalle Osnabrück. Each student gets the opportunity to prepare a presentation or tour for their classmates. Until then, you get to meet the artists behind the exhibitions. You get to know how they work or even try for yourself: learn how the materials feel and how you can use them. How does one become an artist, anyway? What does art have to do with life? How could I talk about my experiences with others? These are the questions Students for Students addresses. In this programme, you get to experience art class a little differently at a interesting location.

Start at the beginning of each school year

Contact person

Christel Schulte
E-Mail schulte.ch@osnabrueck.de

Kulturschnuppern

Kultur Schnuppern, Playing Up, Photo: Angela von Brill

“Kulturschnuppern” is a programme for children and youngsters from many secondary and comprehensive schools in Osnabrück. They are invited to places of guided culture in the city — be it the natural history museum, the Museumsquartier, the Industriemuseum, or the Kunsthalle Osnabrück. We offer tours and workshops where you get to experiment and do it yourself. That way you discover: which parts of culture and art are interesting to me?

Information and Registration

Koordinierungsstelle Schule und Kultur
Ralf Langer
Phone +49 (0)541 32 32 20 64
E-Mail langer@osnabrueck.de

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Talkshow-shooting: Men in Trouble

29.11.20 Performance

The church itself will become the setting for her video series “Men in Trouble”.* Six of the videos will be shot in the church. It is a series of conversations. The conversations are funny and tragic at the same time. They will take place during the exhibition’s run time. The audience is invited to visit the shootings. The conversations are about the …

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LET’S Latex: Dare & danger: some easy things
to play with

04.12.20 18:00–21:00

Workshop

Workshop with Manila Bartnik The workshops are free of charge. The registration is possible via email haunhorst@osnabrueck.de . The number of participants is …

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(Untitled)
In my Feelings

13.12.20–14.02.21 Exhibition

Aleksandra Domanović

Aleksandra Domanović, Kalbträgerin, 2017, Courtesy of the artist and Tanya Leighton, Berlin.

Aleksandra Domanović makes videos, sculptures, installations and prints. Her art is about technology. About questions like: How do we think about technology today? Do people believe in progress through technology? Who is responsible for science and its findings? Especially within the scientific fields of automation, robotic, or bio engineering. Why isn’t …

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LET’S Paper: Publishing without money –
a strategy for communica-
tion in crisis?

16.01.21 13:00–16:00

Workshop

Workshop with Rosalie Schweiker The workshops are free of charge. The registration is possible via email haunhorst@osnabrueck.de . The number of participants …

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LET’S Reality: My body and other dough recipes

22.01.21 18:00–21:00

Workshop

Workshop with Clara Wolff The workshops are free of charge. The registration is possible via email haunhorst@osnabrueck.de . The number of participants is …

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LET’S Prothese: #alieneffect – on contro-
versial matters of face filters

30.01.21 14:00–18:00

Workshop

Workshop with Alla Popp The workshops are free of charge. The registration is possible via email haunhorst@osnabrueck.de . The number of participants is …

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LET’S Prothese: bodyhacking – how to expand the body

06.02.21 16:00–20:00

Workshop

Workshop with Joran Yonis The workshops are free of charge. The registration is possible via email haunhorst@osnabrueck.de . The number of participants is …

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LET’S Reality: Unfit
Make-Up

13.02.21 14:00–16:00

Workshop

Workshop with Nadja Buttendorf and Toni Mosebach The workshops are free of charge. The registration is possible via email haunhorst@osnabrueck.de . The number …

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Book premiere: Spitzen-
reiterinnen

14.02.21 18:00

Lecture

Jovana Reisinger reads from her new novel “Spitzenreiterinnen”.

Admission

Regular entrance fee: 5,00 €

Reduced entrance fee: 3,00 €*

Entrance fee for groups
of 12 or more persons: 4,00 €

Free entrance**

*Reduced entrance fee
Children under the age of 18; Holders of the Kulturkarte; Apprentices, pupils and students of Osnabrück; Kindergarten groups with two attendants; Reporters; Required accompanying person of a disabled person or a person with special needs; Holders of the ICOM-Card; Freund:innen der Kunsthalle

**Free entrance
Apprentices, pupils and students outside of Osnabrück; Disabled persons or persons with special needs (70%); Members of the federal volunteer service, the voluntary social, ecological or cultural year; Local fine artists; Members of the IKT; Holders of the artCARD; Members of the museum or art club; Family ticket (one or two adults with children under 18); CombiTicket (combined with the Museumsquartier)

Guided tours

Walks are guided tours through our exhibitions. They take place every Sunday at 4pm. They are offered by art mediators. The art mediators come from various different fields. For example from the arts or from science. They give introductions to the exhibitions and invite you to join the discussion. School classes and other groups can also book walks. You can book guided tours on different topics. On your preferred date.

The number of participants is limited to ten persons. The places will be allocated after registration on site. We kindly ask you to leave your data at the reception. Please contact us regarding the current Corona rules.

Guided tours,
admission excluded: 2,00 €

Booked tours,
admission excluded: 60,00 €*

School class guided tours,
admission included: 40,00 €*

*A registration is required.
Please make an appointment by email.

Contact person

Christel Schulte
E-Mail schulte.ch@osnabrueck.de.
Please contact us regarding the current corona rules.

Friends
of the Kunsthalle

Become a member!

The Freunde der Kunsthalle Osnabrück e.V. are a non-profit association, which financially and ideally supports the work of the Kunsthalle. The members in turn receive free entrance, early access to the exhibitions, as well as, events and talks with the artists, curators and interdisciplinary guests.

Publications

Every year a reader is published, which you can download here for free.

Reader 2020
Disappointment

On the occasion of the annual theme “Disappointment” texts by Bini Adamczak, Helen Pritchard/Loren Britton, Anna Jehle/ Juliane Schickedanz and Anke Stelling are published. Designed by Anja Kaiser and Franziska Leiste. The printed publication is available in …

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Jobs

Unfortunately there are no jobs available at the moment.

Newsletter

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Press

Verena Voigt
E-Mail kontakt@verena-voigt-pr.de
Phone +49 (0) 163 191 16 69

The latest press releases concerning the annual theme “Disappointment” can be downloaded here.

Aleksandra Domanović, From yu to me, Filmstill, 2013-14, © Aleksandra Domanović.
Aleksandra Domanović, Kalbträgerin, 2017, Courtesy of the artist and Tanya Leighton, Berlin.
David Polzin, aus der Serie “Möbel aus der Postimperialen Phase Deutschlands”, 2013–2019, Foto: Weston Lyon, © David Polzin.
David Polzin, Amerikanischer Monostuhl, 2016, Foto: Weston Lyon, © David Polzin.
Jovana Reisinger, beauty is life, Filmstill, 2020, Setfotografin: Jenny Bräuer © Jovana Reisinger.
Jovana Reisinger, Pretty girls don’t lie, Filmstill, 2017, © Jovana Reisinger.
Rosalie Schweiker and Company Drinks, A team, B team, Podcast für Artlicks Festival, 2019, © Rosalie Schweiker.
Rosalie Schweiker, Hände unter den Füssen, 2020, © Rosalie Schweiker.
Mickey Yang, Lopend vuurtje, 2018, © Mickey Yang
Mickey Yang, It is ok not to be complete, 2017, Foto: Gijs Leijdekkers, © Mickey Yang

Visit

Visit us!

Opening hours

Tue–Sun 11am–6pm, Public holidays 11am–6pm
The Kunsthalle is always closed on this dates: 1. January, Good Friday, 24. December, 25. December, 31. December

Address

Kunsthalle Osnabrück
Hasemauer 1, 49074 Osnabrück
Germany

Journey

By bus
from the main station/ZOB: lines 584, 585, M2 (stop Rißmüllerplatz)
from Neumarkt: line 11, 581, 582, 584, M2 (stop Rißmüllerplatz)

By train
the next train station Osnabrück Altstadt, but also the main train station can be reached very well by foot or by bus

Public parking spaces and car parks

  • parking lot Kunsthalle Dominikanerkirche, Neue Straße 22
  • Multi-storey car park Altstadtgarage, Lohstraße 9
  • Vitihof garage, Gerberhof 10
  • Townhouse garage, Bergstrasse 10

All listed parking spaces and multi-storey car parks are subject to charges.

Accessibility

All rooms of the Kunsthalle Osnabrück are at ground level. If an installation is not accessible, this will be indicated at the respective exhibition. There are accessible toilets. All exhibition texts are written in simple language.

Contact

Kunsthalle Osnabrück
Hasemauer 1, 49074 Osnabrück
Germany
Telefon +49 (0)541 323 21 90
Email kunsthalle@osnabrueck.de

Team

Ulla Brinkmann
(Visitor Service)

Phone +49 (0)541 323 21 90
E-Mail brinkmann@osnabrueck.de

Harcharan Gill
(Visitor Service)

Phone +49 (0)541 323 21 90
E-Mail gill@osnabrueck.de

Annegret Haunhorst
(Exhibition Office)

Phone +49 (0)541 323 22 63
E-Mail haunhorst@osnabrueck.de

Anna Jehle and
Juliane Schickedanz
(Directors)

E-Mail haunhorst@osnabrueck.de

Monika Kordhanke
(IKT Assistant)

Phone +49 (0)541 323 44 49
E-Mail kordhanke.m@osnabrueck.de, mail@iktsite.org

Sina Lichtenberg
(Visitor Service)

Phone +49 (0)541 323 21 90
E-Mail lichtenberg@osnabrueck.de

Anja Lückenkemper
(Curator for Art in Public Space / Artothek)

Phone +49 (0)541 323 24 19
E-Mail lueckenkemper@osnabrueck.de

Natali Märtin
(Visitor Service)

Phone +49 (0)541 323 21 90
E-Mail maertin@osnabrueck.de

Monika Potaczek
(Curatorial Assistant)

Phone +49 (0)541 323 36 26
E-Mail potaczek@osnabrueck.de

Christel Schulte
(Curator for Art Mediation and Education)

Phone +49 (0)541 323 45 75
E-Mail schulte.ch@osnabrueck.de

Josef Wegmann
(Visitor Service)

Phone +49 (0)541 323 21 90
E-Mail wegmann@osnabrueck.de

Wilfried Wienstroer
(Janitor)

Phone +49 (0)541 323 30 98
E-Mail wienstroer@osnabrueck.de

Vision

The Kunsthalle Osnabrück is not a typical museum. The Kunsthalle is showing contemporary art in a church. That is art which is relevant to the present situation. The church and the monastery were build more than 700 years ago. Since 1992, you can view exhibitions by contemporary artists there.

The programme of the Kunsthalle Osnabrück deals with important topics in society. Like the questions: How do we live – now and in the future? What is important for living together in this society? Which injustices are being reflected within the arts, too? And how do we reflect upon that within art and culture? How can art spaces become new models of living together?

The programme of the Kunsthalle includes: Exhibitions, as well as art mediation in the form of lectures, workshops, or guided tours. By artists from all over the world.

The programme of the Kunsthalle Osnabrück is interdisciplinary. That means: Different fields are brought together in the programme. And are considered as a unit. For example, art and science. Or also architecture and dance.

The programme of the Kunsthalle Osnabrück is processual. That means: The programme develops in a process. It changes. It does not only want to provide knowledge and answers. Many questions remain unanswered. We are on a quest together.

The programme of the Kunsthalle Osnabrück is collaborative. That means: There is not one person planning the programme alone. Many people do that together. The team is part of those people. But so are the artists. And also the visitors.

To us, art mediation is just as important as the exhibitions. Meaning, how we talk about art. And who is talking, actually? The art mediator is a conversation partner for the visitors. The exhibition is the space where the conversation happens. That way, one can dive deeper into the topics. And one can start conversations with anyone about them.

The Kunsthalle Osnabrück always has an annual theme. All the exhibitions and all events in that year are related to it. In 2020, the annual theme is disappointment. The programme of the Kunsthalle Osnabrück deals with important topics in society. Like the questions: How do we live – now and in the future? What is important for living together in this society? Which injustices are being reflected within the arts, too? And how do we reflect upon that within art and culture? How can art spaces become new models of living together? We cannot figure that out alone. Only together with our visitors. That way, we can learn new things together.

Accessibility

Text Barrierefreiheit

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Publisher

Stadt Osnabrück
Der Oberbürgermeister
Bierstraße 28, 49074 Osnabrück
Telefon +49 (0) 541 323 0
Web www.osnabrueck.de

Responsible for the contents

Anna Jehle und Juliane Schickedanz
Directors Kunsthalle Osnabrück

Contact

Annegret Haunhorst
Phone +49 (0)541 323 22 63
E-Mail haunhorst@osnabrueck.de

Design

Anja Kaiser, Franziska Leiste

Design and Development

Liebermann Kiepe Reddemann