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Kanon-Fragen

2016—2019

With Kanon-Fragen, since 2016 HKW has been developing research-based exhibitions that grapple critically with the canonization of modernity. They not only add more chapters to the canon established in the museums, but question their structures, the art itself, their place in society and their economic function. How can colonial appropriations and exclusions of the past be rectified without the expansion of the canon becoming yet another appropriation?

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Rajkamal Kahlon: “Of Mimicry and White Man”

Introduction by Anselm Franke English original version Lecture, Nov 27, 2019

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Kalpana R. Seshadri: “Of Mimicry and White Man”

English original version Lecture, Nov 27, 2019

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Erhard Schüttpelz: “Of Mimicry and White Man”

English original version Lecture, Nov 27, 2019

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Erhard Schüttpelz: “Of Mimicry and White Man”

English original version Lecture, Nov 27, 2019

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Rajkamal Kahlon: “Of Mimicry and White Man”

Introduction by Anselm Franke English original version Lecture, Nov 27, 2019

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Kalpana R. Seshadri: “Of Mimicry and White Man”

Englisch original version Lecture, Nov 27, 2019

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Rui Vieira Nery: Networks of Sound in Portuguese Early Music

Introduction by Anselm Franke, Paz Guevara English original version Lecture, conversation, Nov 17, 2019

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Fred Moten: Symphony of Combs

Moderated by Anselm Franke English original version Lecture, conversation, Nov 17, 2019

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Rui Vieira Nery: Networks of Sound in Portuguese Early Music

Introduction by Anselm Franke, Paz Guevara English original version Lecture, conversation, Nov 17, 2019

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Fred Moten: Symphony of Combs

Moderated by Anselm Franke English original version Lecture, conversation, Nov 17, 2019

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Kristine Khouri, Paula Barreiro López: Cultural Guerillas: Networks of Solidarity from Nicaragua to Cuba

Part of “De-Centering Narratives” English original version Lecture, Nov 2, 2019

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Catherine Dossin: For a Geopolitical Analysis of the Art Worlds: the Jeune Peinture

Part of “De-Centering Narratives” English original version Lecture, Nov 2, 2019

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Discussion with Catherine Dossin, Anselm Franke

Part of “De-Centering Narratives” Moderated by Rasha Salti English original version Nov 2, 2019

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Anselm Franke: Speculative Narratives: Essay Exhibitions

Part of “De-Centering Narratives” English original version Lecture, Nov 2, 2019

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Discussion with Paula Barreiro López, Kristine Khouri, André Odendaal

Part of “De-Centering Narratives” Moderated by Paz Guevara English original version Lecture, Nov 2, 2019

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Catherine Dossin: For a Geopolitical Analysis of the Art Worlds: the Jeune Peinture

Part of “De-Centering Narratives” English original version Lecture, Nov 2, 2019