#exhibitions we love | our personal highlights 2015

It’s the last day of 2015 – New Year’s Eve. This year was so amazing. So we take the chance for one last post today. We have seen so many fantastic exhibitions in the last 12 months. Some of them have already ended, some of them will be shown in other museums in 2016. Let’s have a look at our personal highlights of the exhibition year 2015.

WERA’S TOP 3

Homosexuality_ies

My number one exhibition, one I really enjoyed was “Homosexuality_ies” in Berlin. I loved the design and concept of the presentation.
If you missed this exhibition, it’s no reason to be sad. You can see “Homosexuality_ies” in a different way in Münster next year (LWL-Museum für Kunst und Kultur). The exhibition starts May 13th, 2016.

Homosexualities

Im Ex

I love the art works of Impressionism and Expressionism. In Berlin was the wonderful exhibition “Im Ex”. You could take pictures in the exhibition. That was perfect. And I had so much fun with the poster campaign in public space. If you scanned the barcode on it, the poster talked to you. ❤

"Seltsame Nacht, oder?"  Plakate sprechen mit Betrachtern.

Fast Fashion

Last but not least I was shocked during my visit at “Fast Fashion”. The exhibition was great. It was not a typicall museum exhibition. It awakes you. The only thing I missed was more information about slow fashion, but that doesn’t matter. If you set focus on fast fashion you have to see it. In Hamburg the exhibition has already ended, but you can see it right now in Dresden (Deutsches Hygiene-Museum Dresden) until July 3rd, 2016.

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MICHELLE’S TOP 3

It’s always tough to decide which exhibition were the best I’ve seen and of course it’s a very personal list. The three exhibitions I’ve chosen are those which are still in my head for different reasons. Some were highly educating, some were fun and some were just must-sees.

The World of Tim Burton

Top of the list just because 😉 It was a fun day with my photographer and pretty exciting to meet the legendary film maker in person. It’s also a preview I will never forget because we weren’t allowed to take pictures. I told you all about it in the Tim Burton exhibition post. The exhibition is on until January 3rd, 2016. So be quick or wait until it hits its next stop somewhere around the globe.

Tim Burton, no title (The Melancholy Death of Oyster Boy and Other Stories), 1982-84, 25,4 x 22,9 cm, private collection, (c) 2015 Tim Burton, all rights reserved
Tim Burton, no title (The Melancholy Death of Oyster Boy and Other Stories), 1982-84, 25,4 x 22,9 cm, private collection, (c) 2015 Tim Burton, all rights reserved

William Forsythe

He’s an amazing dancer and artist. I fell totally in love with his work when I attended the opening of the “William Forsythe” exhibition in Frankfurt. It’s fun, it’s educating, it’s interactive. There is nothing more to expect from an exhibition. You have to go and see it. It will be on display until March, so no excuses accepted 😉

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New for Now

The exhibition about the origings of fashion magazines was really great. I had so much fun looking at all the ancient fashion illustrations from different times. It’s already over but you can read all about it in the article.

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It was tough to chose just three! I like to add a little 4 😉 Still on display and totally awesome is the Kostas Murkudis exhibition in Frankfurt.

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