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Rabih  Mroué

genre: Performing Arts, Visual Arts, Written and spoken word
country: Lebanon
crossroad: politics, power, manipulation, violence, civil war, Society, identity
Okwui Enwezor

genre: Visual Arts
country: Nigeria, United States of America
crossroad: post-colonialism, history, Society, modernity
Eyal Sivan

genre: Film, Written and spoken word
country: Israel
crossroad: human rights, politics, memory, holocaust

genre: Music
country: Germany
Rubén Rada

genre: Music
country: Uruguay

Latest projects
11 June 10 – 11 July 11
Cup of Cultures
Public Viewing, Pop and Poetry

Football and culture: Following its 2006 Copa da Cultura success, HKW advances to the next round, as the House is transformed into an African football center – Berlin’s most international more information

11 June 10 – 11 June 11
Cup of Cultures
Public Viewing, Pop and Poetry

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02 June 10 – 06 June 10
Berlin Documentary Forum 1
New practices across disciplines

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08 April 10 – 10 April 10
LifeLines No 3: Rubén Rada

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14 March 10 – 09 May 10
On rage
Exhibition, Film, Discourse

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