Blind Faith: Haus der Kunst

© Andy Keate

Blind Faith – Haus der Kunst

There’s a brand new exhibition opening at Haus der Kunst on 2 March. Blind Faith: Between the Visceral and the Cognitive in Contemporary Art will feature around two dozen international artists. The young artists all deal with the topics of knowledge and belief, body and mind, digital worlds and spiritual experience.

If you’re interested in a guided tour in English, visit on 15 March at 7pm – you don’t need to sign up in advance, and the €3 tour will take an hour, giving you plenty of time to grab a drink in the Goldene Bar afterwards.

Very kindly, the Junge Freunde Haus der Kunst are giving Arts in Munich readers 1×2 tickets to the exhibition – all you have to do is email win @ artsinmunich.com by 27 February. I’ll notify the winner via email on 28 February – and you can check out the exhibition any time between 1 March and its closing, on 19 August.

What is the Junge Freunde Haus der Kunst?
If you’re between 18-35 and interested in contemporary art, the Junge Freunde collective offers the chance to meet likeminded young art lovers, visit exhibition previews and join artist talks and enjoy exclusive glances behind the scenes. It costs €180 per calendar year and you can register here.

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