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Coming Up At The Albertinum (Dresden): Museum Talk with Abed Abdi / Revolutionary Romances?

As part of the ongoing exhibition at the Albertinum Museum in Dresden, Germany, entitled “Revolutionary Romances?”, a public talk featuring visual artists Abed Abdi and Michael Touma will take place within the museum. This exhibition delves into the theme of ‘revolutionary romances’—the amicable revolutionary connections fostered by the German Democratic Republic (GDR) with nations of the Global South. Consequently, it examines the relatively understudied realm of East German art within the broader context of global and transcultural art histories.

The public talk, scheduled at the museum, will be guided by Prof. Kerstin Schankweiler, the founder and head of the “Art in Networks” project at TU University in Dresden, Germany.

Event Details: Date and Time: 18:30–20:00 Venue: Albertinum Museum, Lichthof

Gespräch mit Abed Abdi und Michael Touma, moderiert von Prof. Kerstin Schankweiler

Treff: Lichthof

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