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Event archives 2019

02.05.2019 (Thursday)



Artists: Fransiska Bandur, Alan Biehling, Christian Bode, Luna Haser, Arina Heinze, Julia Hochbaum, Nick Horter, Lucas Kaiser, Margarita Kalinovska, Soo Jie Kang, Marvin Ketteniß, Falko Kitsche, Jooris Klettnig, Carina Klinkhammer, Elena Kovylyaeva, Martin König, Dorothee Liebscher, Karl Lobo, Vincent Meier, Julia Müller, Leni Pohl, Julia Richter, Robert Rudat, Nele Sandner, Sebastian Schmidt, Philipp Stöckel, Hella Stoletzki, Lena Stührmeier, Anna Tishchenko, Johannes Unger, Allistair Walter, Victoria-Luise Welsh, Kai Wildemann, Paul Leonard Wilting, Hanna Wirtz

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27.04.2019 (Saturday)

27.04.2019 - 28.04.2019

Spring Gallery Tour

Foto: Nils A. Petersen, Installation: Stefan Vogel & Lawrence Power

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06.04.2019 (Saturday)

Spinnerei Gallery openings

The SpinnereiGalleries cordially invites you to the openings on April 6. - highlight 2019 is the presentation of the Florian Peters-Messer Collection. 

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28.03.2019 (Thursday)

28.03.2019 - 18.04.2019


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Man kann ein Theater nur einmal eröffnen. Kaum hat man damit begonnen, schon ist es offen. Ein Moment so flüchtig wie Theater, wie Tanz. Man kann ihn nicht festhalten. Aber der Moment gibt ein Versprechen und setzt Energie frei. Diese Energie wollen wir mit euch teilen, wenn wir ab dem 28. März mit einem großen Festival das neue LOFFT auf der Leipziger Baumwollspinnerei eröffnen. Drei Wochen lang zeigen wir herausragendes Theater und fulminanten Tanz hoch oben, über den Dächern der Stadt. Und das ist erst der Anfang!


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28.02.2019 (Thursday)

28.02.2019 - 23.03.2019



The exhibition DIE MACHT DER VERVIELFÄLTIGUNG, initiated by the Goethe-Institut Porto Alegre, presents for the first time graphic works by 14 contemporary artists from Brazil and Germany in a joint exhibition. In the Spinnerei Leipzig , the project uses the medium of graphics to illustrate concretely how art can pose politically and socially relevant questions in Latin America, but also in Germany, historically and today. After a stop in Porto Alegre, the President of the Goethe-Institut Klaus-Dieter Lehmann will open the exhibition on 28 February 2019 in the presence of the participating artists and the curator Gregor Jansen. 

With: Vera Chaves Barcello, Hanna Hennenkemper, Flavya Mutran, Carlos Vergara, Tim Berresheim, Olaf Holzapfel, Ottjörg A.C., Xadalu, Marcelo Chardosim, Helena Kanaan, Rafael Pagatini, Hélio Fervenza, Thomas Kilpper, Regina Silveira

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14.02.2019 (Thursday)

14.02.2019 - 20.02.2019

Premiere at the Residenz - Schauspiel Leipzig

Ant Hampton & Rita Pauls (Heidelberg/Buenos Aires) / Artists in Residence
Premiere on February 14, 2019
Ant Hampton and Rita Pauls hitch-hiked randomly through Germany, asking a question to those who’d pick them up – “what do you feel needs to be said?“. They explain that they’d like to record the answer, and then learn those words by heart as a way of learning German and assimilating into a country they both find themselves associated with: Rita has a German passport via her great-grandparents, Berliners fleeing Nazism in the 30’s; Ant now lives in Germany with a German partner and seeks a German passport for reasons both personal and political. In “Mouth Piece“, the driver’s answers now re-emerge from Ant and Rita’s mouths together with all original ifs, buts, accents, non-vocal noises and thinking time. They speak together in sync; two voices trying to be one, while their two bodies react differently to this patchwork of new sounds, vocal gymnastics and personal opinions.

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12.01.2019 (Saturday)

Winter Gallery Tour

January 12, 2019
The SPINNEREI cordially invites you to the Winter Gallery Tour 2019. On January 12th from
11am - 8pm all of the galleries open up new exhibitions of various art positions. 
We are looking forward to your visit!

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