'Community of Fragments' is a large-scale, site-specific installation by Thomas Hirschhorn that will transform a gallery of GL Strand, Copenhagen in February 2021.
"With this lecture on 'Robert Walser-Sculpture', a work in a public space that I/we completed last year with residents of the city of Biel/Bienne, I want to explain in my own words what I gained from this complex and difficult, yet incredibly beautiful experience." – Thomas Hirschhorn
'00s. Cranford Collection: the 2000s' is a group exhibition at MO.CO, Montpellier that brings together over one hundred works from the Cranford Collection. Spanning a wide range of media, themes and geography, the exhibition reveals how global culture, geopolitics, economy and ecology transformed during the 2000s.
'The Exhausted Man' brings together over 200 objects from cultural and art history to explore how ideals of masculinity have changed over the centuries. Included in the exhibition is Thomas Hirschhorn's collaborative work with. German philosopher Marcus Steinweg, 'Map of Headlessness', 2011.
In this episode of 'In the Foreground', Starr Director Caroline Fowler discusses Swiss artist Thomas Hirschhorn with Lisa Lee, (Florence Gould Foundation Fellow, spring 2020). This conversation explores Lee’s interest in artworks that highlight the power of art to effect socio-political change.
'Portrait of a Young Planet' is a new presentation of Mudam's permanent Collection that explores the relationship between the individual and the community through a diverse array of social and political themes. Included in the exhibition is Thomas Hirschhorn’s 'Flugplatz Welt/World Airport', which was created in 1999 for the Venice Biennale and now forms part of the Mudam Collection.
In celebration of its tenth anniversary, MAXXI, Rome hosts a programme of events, including 'A story for the future', a ten-hour social digital marathon. The event is a partnership with Vanity Fair Italia and takes place on the museum's social media channels on Thursday 18 June (11am–9pm).
The 13th edition of the Swiss Sculpture Exhibition in Biel/Bienne, Switzerland presented 'Robert Walser-Sculpture' by Thomas Hirschhorn. Constructed as a venue for the discovery and exploration of the celebrated Swiss writer Robert Walser (1878–1956), the sculpture was a constantly evolving site of active encounter and exchange.