Eröffnung der "Kinderbiennale" am 22.09.2018 im Japanischen Palais
© Oliver Killig

Children’s Biennale — Embracing Nature

Following the success of the first »Children’s BiennaleChildren’s Biennale – Dreams & Stories«, the next one will take place in 2020. While in 2018 the emphasis was on dreams and stories, this time the exhibition will look at people in their natural environment.

  • DATES 18/09/2021—27/02/2022

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In reference to the Saxon Chief Superintendent of Mines, Hans Carl von Carlowitz, who founded the principle of »sustainability« as early as 1713 in the face of a looming raw materials crisis, the focus of the exhibition will be on plant organisms, especially trees, and the impact of man on his environment. The hands-on and interactive works of art will once again be selected in cooperation with the Children’s Advisory Board.

The Biennale is a collaborative project between the Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden and the National Gallery Singapore.

© Oliver Killig
Eröffnung der "Kinderbiennale" am 22.09.2018 im Japanischen Palais

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