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Group exhibition

Unter einem Dach (Under one roof)
Art in the Monastery 2004-2024

Exhibition in the cloister and in the attic gallery

Participating artists:
Carola Faber, Eva Harenberg-Ullrich, Sigrun Menzel, Nikola Sarić, Jens Schulze, Linda Schwarz, Renate Wiedemann,

Mariensee Monastery, Höltystr. 1, Neustadt a.Rbge.

Opening: Sunday, 5 May, 16:00 h
Introduction: Dr. Thela Wernstedt, president of the Klosterkammer Hannover
Musical accompaniment: Snežana Nešić, accordion


Pentecost Exhibition

Perspectives 2024

The kunstverein burgwedel-isernhagen presents contemporary art for the 5th time as part of the Pentecost Bienale Isernhagen.

This year, 23 artists have been selected to show their artistic statement on the topic of Perspectives 2024 for three days on 800 square meters in the Kulturscheune Isernhagenhof.

Participating artists: Melanie Bäreis, Alwine Baresch, Katerina Belkina, Elke Boll, Christine Contzen, Evelin Daus, Norbert Diemert, Karen van Dooren, Matthias Fitz, Sieglinde Grunwald, Agnes Immelmann, Hanno Kübler, Kaan Ege Önal, Denis Stuart Rose, Nikola Saric, Sabine Schmidtpeter, Prof. Gerhard Silber, Juliane Sommer, Rosemarie Sprute, Petra Timmas, Matthias Trott, Christine Vennemann, Claudia Weber.

KulturScheune Isernhagenhof, Hauptstr. 68, 30916 Isernhagen, Germany

Opening: Friday, 17.05.2024, 19:00 h
Welcome: Stefan Rautenkranz, kunstverein burgwedel-isernhagen,
Introduction: Dr. Carmen Putschky, art historian

Opening hours:
Saturday, 18.05.2024, 12:00 – 18:00 h
Sunday, 19.05.2024, 12:00 – 18:00 h
Monday, 20.05.2024, 12:00 – 17:00 h

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Exhibition / open studio

IN BETWEEN / DAZWISCHEN

Studio Walk 2024 in the Hannover Region

Numerous artists, including Nikola Sarić, will open their studios to visitors on 5 and 12 May.

In addition, there will be a group exhibition of the participating artists at Landestrost Castle.

Open studio: 5 May, 11:00-18:00 h, Ihmeplatz 7E, 30159 Hannover, Germany

Open Studio: 12 May, 11:00-18:00 h, Ihmeplatz 7E, 30159 Hannover, Germany

Exhibition: 4 May to 16 June 2024
Schloss Landestrost, Schlossstr. 1, 31535 Neustadt am Rübenberge, Germany
Opening hours: Thursday to Saturday, 14:00-18:00 h, Sunday, 12:00-18:00 h and during concerts
Free entrance
Opening: 3 May, 18:00 h


Interdisciplinary project

AUF DER SUCHE NACH DER VERLORENGEHENDEN ZEIT (IN SEARCH OF DISAPPEARING TIME)

Städtische Galerie KUBUS, Hannover, Germany

“In Search of Disappearing Time” is conceived as a series of immersive audiovisual events and installations in which the composer Snežana Nešić and the visual artist Nikola Sarić play large-scale museum spaces, together with the sound artist/composer Andre Bartetzki and the composer Michael Maria Ziffels, who will also present their audiovisual works/installations in this context.

The project started last summer in the Hildesheim Cathedral Museum, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Now the project is making a guest appearance at the Städtische Galerie KUBUS in Hannover.

The authors have for some time dealt with themes such as time and space, language and image, idea and interpretation, past and present, and individual and society in their works. The main aim of this interdisciplinary project, however, is to build the story of a fictitious individual, an artist, and to ask questions about his/her meaning and role in our time – a time marked by existential and political-social crises. The reflections of the artists vary, but the common goal is to move the visitors inwardly and initiate their own interpretations and reactions to this story.

The opening of the exhibition project will be a performance by the Ensemble ur.werk .

Städtische Galerie KUBUS, Theodor-Lessing-Platz 1, 30159 Hannover, Germany

Opening concert: 27.04.2024, 19:00 h.
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Duration of the installation: 27.04.2024-19.05.2024.
Opening hours: Tuesday to Sunday 11:00 h to 18:00 h.
Free entrance.


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