"What is Modern Art (Group Show)" is a collection of significant anonymous art projects, rooted in the Yugoslavian art scene of the 1970s and 80s which contributed to the creation of a radical form of appropriation art. The anonymous writers refer to key exhibitions of the 20th century and reconstruct their specific art-historical narratives through the use of copies. "What is Modern Art (Group Show)" is the first international exhibition which features this particular form of appropriation art in an extensive group exhibition.

Artistic directors: Inke Arns Berlin and Walter Benjamin, New York

Artists: Alfred H. Barr, Jr., Walter Benjamin, Arnold Bode, Kazimir Malevich, Porter McCray, Dorothy Miller, Piet Mondrian, Salon de Fleurus, International Exhibition of Modern Art, Museum of Modern Art, Museum of American Art

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Kuenstlerhaus Bethanien

Mariannenplatz 2, D-10997 Berlin

Tel. 49 30 616 903-0

 

Museum of American Art

Frankfurter Allee 91, Berlin-Friedrichshain

Tel. 49 30 420 222 21

Oeffnungszeiten: Mi-So 14-19 Uhr

 

Galerie 35

Simon-Dach-Str. 35, Berlin-Friedrichshain

Tel. 49 30 257 688 89

Eröffnung: Samstag, 30. September 2006, 20 Uhr

Laufzeit: 1. - 29. Oktober 2006

Öffnungszeiten: Do-So 15-20 Uhr