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Exhibitions

Push and Pull – Territorien zwischen Land und Meer, Mecklenburgisches Künstlerhaus Schloss Plüschow, 9. Juli – 21. August 2022.

Apis mellifera / Strukturen, Schnittstelle Neustrelitz, Bahnhof Neustrelitz, 4. Juni – 6. Juni 2022.

Alte Meister, neue Meister – Traktor Schwerin und die Kunst des Boxens, Schleswig-Holstein-Haus Schwerin, Landeshauuptstadt Schwerin,14. August – 21. November 2021. 

Vom Groben zum Feinen Durch die Mühle gejagt. Landesweite Kunstschau des Künstlerbundes Mecklenburg und Vorppommern e.V. im BBK, Kunstmuseum Schwaan, 22. Juni – 01. September 2019.

Gehäuse / Gefüge. Kunstverein für Mecklenburg & Vorpommern in Schwerin e.V., 17. November 2018 – 13. Januar 2019.

undiszipliniert. Schleswig-Holstein-Haus Schwerin, 20. September – 20. Oktober 2018.

Takako Saito. Werke aus der Sammlung Kelter. Staatliches Museum Schwerin/Ludwigslust/Güstrow, 1. Juli – 10. Oktober 2016.

Außer Kontrolle! Farbige Grafik & Mail Art in der DDR. Staatliches Museum Schwerin/Ludwigslust/Güstrow, in der Galerie Alte & Neue Meister Schwerin und im Schloss Güstrow. 20. November 2015 – 14. Februar 2016.

Push & Pull – Territories between land and sea

Exhibition at Schloss Plüschow, Mecklenburgisches Künstlerhaus

July 10 - August 21, 2022 

Opening: July 09, 2022 at 5 pm

interventions, installations, photography and drawings on migration 

People move from one place to another, moving by choice, being displaced, and being attracted to new places. The reasons for moving around are manifold, migratory movements even older than mankind itself.
The exhibition Push & Pull - Territories between Land and Sea at the International Künstlerhaus Schloss Plüschow is dedicated to the temporal and spatial entanglements that social and also quite individual movements of flight and migration have left behind at the site of the Künstlerhaus Plüschow and its surroundings. The place Plüschow is exemplary for the crossing of paths in history: such as trade routes in the Middle Ages, population migration in the refugee movement immediately at the end of the Second World War or migration movements in the present, whether it is regional urban flight, international labor migration or flight from crisis areas. These dimensions are reflected in human fates, but also in landscape and architecture.

With the artists (confirmed):

Joachim Blank/Karl Heinz Jeron, Anett Frontzeck, Santhe Hauser, Joachim Knobloch, Falk Messerschmidt, Dan Perjowschi, Andrea Pichl, Christian Schönwälder, SCHAUM, Jörg Zimmer

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