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Past activities


The Art of Skate

10.05.2019 - 30.06.2019

Keywords: Dortmunder U, exhibition, skaters, The Art of Skate

The exhibits address both the history of skateboarding and the skaters’ view of their urban environment. Photographers and artists from the skateboarding scene show how it has influenced their artistic development. The aim of the exhibition is, on the one hand, to portray the multi-faceted, interdisciplinary potential of skateboarding as an art form and, on the other hand, to promote a dialogue regarding the different areas of life of skaters and non-skaters.


“Camping” at the Dortmunder U

23.11.2018 - 07.04.2019

Keywords: camping, Dortmunder U, exhibition, UZWEI

Camping im U is an exhibition situated on the 2nd floor of the Dortmunder U offering recovery and fun for all ages!

Alpabfahrt heart ('Alpabfahrtsherz'), a decoration for the best milking cows when they return from the alpine pastures, where they had passed the summer


Small Treasures from Vaduz

07.03.2018 - 19.08.2018

Keywords: collection, exchange, exhibition

Inspired by the cabinet of curiosity, Musée de Picardie and the Liechtenstein National Museum offer visitors the opportunity to discover another European country and culture through the exchange of symbolic objects from their collections.


Itziar Barrio


Itziar Barrio: By All Means

15.02.2018 - 06.05.2018

Keywords: Azkuna Zentroa, Bilbao, exhibition, Itziar Barrio, Johanna Burton, mediation, museum

Azkuna Zentroa presents Itziar Barrio's exhibition By All Means, curated by Johanna Burton, from the 15th of February to the 6th of May 2018. This show is the artist’s first major survey that brings together her work over the last decade.

Margaret Harrison at Azkuna Zentroa


Margaret Harrison. Dialogues between sex, class and violence

20.10.2017 - 14.01.2018

Keywords: Azkuna Zentroa, exhibition, feminist art, local activity, mediation

Azkuna Zentroa presents Margaret Harrison. Dialogues between sex, class and violence, curated by Xabier Arakistain from the 20th of October 2017 to the 14th of January 2018. It is the first large format retrospective exhibition of this British artist, pioneer in feminist art.