The Schaustelle, a temporary pavilion right next to the Pinakothek der Moderne in Munich. It has been designed by the internationally renowned, award-winning architect Jürgen Mayer H. of Berlin. The Schaustelle is a place of interaction, a provisional art gallery and a space for large format works and new concepts, all at the same time. The Schaustelle is to be seen as a platform for transdisciplinary exchange, reflection, experiments and open-ended processes. The seven-month closure of the Pinakothek der Moderne for renovation has been seized upon by the four museums housed under one roof (architecture, modern art, graphic works and design) as an opportunity to work together and interact continuously in an open forum. This thematically and conceptionally interconnected cooperation by the four institutions – something quite unique in this form – will enable a program of events to be created that spans the different genres, in which sound will be seen as architecture, design as a performance or installation, choreography as a type of graphic work or film a painterly act.
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