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we are setting up our new exhibitions and are currently closed. We will be back from 29 March at the usual opening hours with the exhibitions "Two Rivers" and "Körperwende".

Joachim Brohm: Bochum ,1983 © Joachim Brohm / VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn, 2019

Two Rivers Joachim Brohm / Alec Soth

29/3 - 7/7/2019

Two photographers, two rivers: The exhibition Two Rivers presents the most important groups of photographic works by the German artist Joachim Brohm and the American photographer Alec Soth. In a world premiere, the exhibition combines works from a total of ten series, including Alec Soth's magnum opus Sleeping by the Mississippi and Joachim Brohm's famous Ruhr series.

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Körperwende

From Nam June Paik to Hiroshi Ishiguro
29/3 – 5/5/2019

In the 1960s, Nam June Paik built the first non-human action artist in history. In 2018, the Japanese roboticist Hiroshi Ishiguro had his android, Alter 3, conduct an opera and Pinar Yoldas' Kitty AI ruled the world. The exhibition shows how artists negotiate the boundaries between human and machine, between living, artificial, and inanimate bodies.

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Scary Beauty / Keiichiro Shibuya / Foto: Kenshu Shintsubo

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Coming soon: our new exhibition "Two Rivers" presents the most important series by Joachim Brohm and Alec Soth, starting March 29th. . . @joachimbrohm @littlebrownmushroom @iksmedienarchiv Project Partner @magnumphotos #tworivers #nrwforum #photography #mississippi #ruhr #exhibition, 20. March 2019, ♥ 137
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Martin Parr: Chichen Itza, Mexico 2002 © Martin Parr / Magnum Photos

Martin Parr
Retrospective

19/07 – 10/11/2019

Martin Parr is considered one of the most important representatives of contemporary documentary photography and a chronicler of our time. The NRW-Forum Düsseldorf will present the most comprehensive retrospective to date of the British photographer who scans the world with a precise and loving eye and at the same time holds up a mirror to it.

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