75 years after the Second World War, the Brandenburg documentary film director Sebastian Eschenbach devotes himself to the history of Wiepersdorf and its castle in Lower Fläming. The opening of the video installation took place on 23 August 2020.

Restorers Oliver Max Wenske and Grit Jehmlich from Potsdam restored three paintings from Schloss Wiepersdorf. Since the museum is currently closed, we are showing here the impressive before and after results of the restoration.

A book is more than a container for transporting texts and images; it is a commodity, stage, infrastructure, time machine and a non-human counterpart that often accompanies us for decades. In his lecture, Jan Wenzel presents five ways of describing the medium book and talks about his experience with books as a publisher, author and passionate reader. A lecture in German language.

In his lecture, curator and art historian Mark Gisbourne takes recent events and the time of quarantine as a starting point to reflect on the effects of the imposed period of isolation for artists and writers. He looks into the role of the studio as a place for creative introspection and the question, how art practices have changed in turn of their (virtual) mediation to the world and art market.

The wolves are coming back, the mines of the soul, the chalk cliffs of Rügen, wanderlust and moonstorm. What reservoir, what pitfalls does Romanticism hold in store for the literary present? A lecture by Marcel Lepper in German language.

In his lecture Aaron Cassidy explores two of his recent works based on self-portraits by the painter Gerhard Richter, Self-Portrait, Three Times, Standing (15.3.1991–20.3.1991) and Self-portrait, 1996.