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Lothringer 13 Halle forms part of the city’s municipal art spaces under the auspices of Munich’s department for culture. As a communal institution for contemporary art, Lothringer 13 has been housed at a former industrial site on Lothringer Straße 13 in Munich-Haidhausen since 1980. Within the 700 qm space, a changing roaster of curators organize transregionally acclaimed exhibitions and projects which include local as well as international artists.

From this year on, Lothringer 13 Halle is curated by Lisa Britzger in collaboration with Luzi Gross and Anna Lena von Helldorff. Their program, which launches in June 2020, focusses on collaborative, context-specific and transdisciplinary positions. Fostering enduring alliances and new temporary spaces, the site becomes activated for different uses. Artistic practice, its mediation and reflection become temporally and spatially intensified and serve as impulses for a joint negotiation of the contemporary.

Archives 2010–2019

Archive 2014–2019 by Jörg Koopmann
Archive 2010–2014 by Felix Ruhöfer
Archive 2006–2010 by Uli Aigner

Areal

Serving as an entrance to Lothringer 13 Halle, the front building features the Room [vorne], which invites visitors for discussions, research and events. FLORIDA Lothringer 13, the second municipal art space at the site, shares the courtyard with Lothringer 13 Halle. Since 2019, FLORIDA Lothringer 13 is organized by Beowulf Tomek, Maria VMier and Frauke Zabel.