Hans Haacke is included in “TITAN,” an outdoor exhibition conceived by Damián Ortega and Bree Zucker and presented by kurimanzutto October 12 – January 3 in a series of phone booths on Sixth Avenue between West 51st Street and West 56th Street, New York City.View Source
On the occasion of the 20th anniversary of Hans Haacke’s major work DER BEVÖLKERUNG (To the Population), documents and archival materials on the genesis and reception of Haacke’s once controversial project will be displayed at Neuer Berliner Kunstverein’s Showroom in Berlin beginning on September 10, 2020.View Source
Hans Haacke is included in “Le muse inquiete (The Disquieted Muses). When La Biennale Meets History,” an exhibition by the Historical Archives of Contemporary Arts – ASAC, to be held in the Central Pavilion of the Giardini della Biennale from August 29 to December 8, 2020.View Source
On June 27 at 3pm EDT the Goethe-Institut New York will host the live event, “Digital Salon: Haacke and Richter take New York.” Panelists Susan Tallman, Brinda Kumar, Gary Carrion-Murayari, and Gregg Horowitz will discuss Hans Haacke and Gerhard Richter in New York.View Source
Hans Haacke will be part of “TITAN,” a temporary public art project organized by the artist Damian Ortega and kurimanzutto. Participating artists will take over the vitrines of a specific phone booth located between W 51st and W 57th Street on 6th Avenue from October 12, 2020-January 3, 2021.
Work by gallery artists Paul Pfeiffer, Tauba Auerbach, Bruce Conner, and Hans Haacke will be included in “CAFAM Techne Triennial: Topologies of the Real,” presented at the Central Academy of Fine Arts Museum in Beijing from February 20 to March 29, 2020.View Source
Monopol Magazin has named Hans Haacke the “Most Influential Artist of 2019.” Editor-in-Chief, Elke Buhr stated, “He is our number one in this year, because he has demonstrated what motivates many artists today: a political commitment that naturally includes criticism of their own environment.”View Source
The Arnold-Bode-Prize 2019 was awarded to Hans Haacke. Given every two years, the prize is given for exceptional achievements in the field of “contemporary art.” The award ceremony at the Kasseler Kunstverein took place on October 30, 2019.View Source