The Wende Museum’s Move Campaign

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The Wende Museum - an innovative arts and education institution for Cold War Eastern European and Soviet history - is proud to present our 2014 program series to celebrate 25 years without the Berlin Wall and TASCHEN’s launch of an encyclopedic publication on the Museum’s East German collection. The programs examine topics of relocation, displacement and memory, looking at the ways in which people have moved between East and West and at the dispersal and movement of the Berlin Wall around the world. The six-month long initiative culminates with a celebration to preview The Wende Museum’s newly renovated home on Saturday night, November 8, 2014.

Moving Objects
     Biographies of Fragments
     Goethe-Institut, Los Angeles (GILA) | May 2014

Moving into the Neutra House
     Exhibition: Competing Utopias
     VDL Neutra House, Silver Lake | July - September, 2014

Moving Around LA
     Roving ADN Guardhouse Installation and Christof Zwiener, Artist Residency
     Taking place over three locations | October 2014

Moving Wall Pieces
     Film Screening: Freedom Rocks Vignettes
     Goethe-Institut, Los Angeles (GILA) | October 6, 2014

Moving Pictures
     Film Screening: GDR Home Movies, Selected from The Wende Collection
     Goethe-Institut, Los Angeles (GILA) | Saturday, October 18, 2014