The Idea of the Global Museum – Conference at Hamburger Bahnhof | Day two | Panel 2

Part 1: Welcome / Introduction
Jenny Dirksen, Atreyee Gupta

Is there a common denominator for “global” museum practice? This and further questions have been discussed at the conference “The Idea of the Global Museum” that took place at Hamburger Bahnhof – Museum für Gegenwart – Berlin November 2nd and 3rd, 2016. Over two days, conference participants offer specific knowledge and points of view: What are the effects of a “global” approach on museum work past, present, and future? What are its necessities, possibilities, and challenges? This conference is part of a project, which explores the collection of the Nationalgalerie with respect to its international and transregional entanglements and will result in a large-scale exhibition project at Hamburger Bahnhof. On the initiative of the German Federal Cultural Foundation, the project is funded as part of its program “Global Museum.”

Part 2: Decolonizing Canon: Latin American Art and Alternative Ways of Understanding Exhibitions
Andrea Giunta

 

 

Part 3: Eva Calls 07
Anda Rottenberg

 

 

Part 4: The Right to Cultural Participation
Mark Coetzee

 

Part 5: Roundtable – Introduction
Atreyee Gupta

 

 

Part 6: Roundtable
Atreyee Gupta, Andrea Giunta, Anda Rottenberg, Mark Coetzee

 

 

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