KINDL – Centre for Contemporary Art
"On the Risk of Scarcity"
Lecture by Hans-Jürgen Hafner
Sunday, February 19, 2017, 5 pm, Maschinenhaus M2 (Power House M2)
It is clear that art could hardly exist without painting. It is also clear—and easy to substantiate based on the reality of the art business—that painting can in fact exist without art. In this case, the two things would be separate—yet they are seldom discussed in this way. More
On 22 October 2016, the KINDL – Centre for Contemporary Art opened the entire former brewery building with exhibitions spanning three floors in the Power House. Now, after extensive renovations, regular exhibitions can begin throughout the building.
The former Power House at the KINDL – Centre for Contemporary Art offers 1200 square metres of space across three floors for monographic and thematic exhibitions of international contemporary art. The building also includes spaces for a wide variety of cultural events. As the first exhibitions in the Power House, the group exhibition How Long Is Now?, which deals with the theme of the contemporary, and an extensive exhibition by the Berlin-based artist Eberhard Havekost are shown.