Hamburger Bahnhof extends Manifesto until September 18

Great news! The Berlin Museum for Contemporary Art has decided to extend Manifesto to September 18th, instead of closing the exhibition on July 21st.

After around 20 weeks running and over 90,000 visitors to date, the presentation of the film installation Manifesto by Julian Rosenfeldt at Hamburger Bahnhof – Museum für Gegenwart – Berlin has been extended to Sept. 18, 2016.

Beside the great audience success, Manifesto has also received a great deal of praise from the critics: Tagesspiegel speaks of a “fantastic exhibition,” while Berliner Zeitung raved, “One is instantly electrified!” and Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung even stated that Manifesto is “the loveliest gift that art has given to the cinema in many years.”

via Staatliche Museen zu Berlin

2 Comments on “Hamburger Bahnhof extends Manifesto until September 18”

    1. Not until 2018. A 90-minutes linear version is on post-production, and I’ll be screened on the German channel Bayerischer Rundfunk and in festivals. We don’t know if the installation will tour in other museums.

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