21.07.2024
Fest
Summer Festival Killesberg
21.07.2024

Sunday, 21. July 2024, 10 am – 6 pm

At the summer festival on Killesberg, the Weissenhof Museum im Haus Le Coorbusier celebrates a large and colourful cultural festival with numerous institutions in the neighbourhood.

You can find the whole program here
Or as a download: Fly_Killesberg_2024_web

Programme at the Weissenhof Museum im Haus Le Corbusier

10 am – 6 pm
Free admission to the Weissenhofmuseum

11 am
Discovery-tour for children (6-10 years) through the Le Corbusier House

11 am, 1 pm, 3 pm and 5 pm
Guided tour of the original houses from 1927
Meeting point: At the advertising pillar opposite the Weissenhof Museum in Le Corbusier House, Rathenaustr. 1
Duration approx. 45 Minuten.

2 pm
Guided tour about the “Werkbund” from the Weissenhofmuseum to the TheodorHeussHaus
Meeting point: At the advertising pillar opposite the Weissenhof Museum in Le Corbusier House, Rathenaustr. 1
Duration approx. 60 Minuten.

10 am – 6 pm
Coffee, cake and drinks in front of the museum

2 pm – 6 pm
Live-music. Lukas Wlodarek plays jazz-, pop- and soul-classics on the electric guitar

 

Programme on the property of Bruckmannweg 10

10 am to 6 pm
“saisonaler salon”
by architect and Rome Prize winner Susanne Brorson. The pavilion, covered with locally grown grasses, is stopping off in Stuttgart on its journey from Rome to Riga.
Created as part of the project Sommer der Künste – Villa Massimo zu Gast in Stuttgart.

 

Programme at the Weissenhofwerkstatt im Haus Mies van der Rohe

10 am – 6 pm
Exhibition “seasonal spontaneous”. 
Exhibition of works by architect and Rome Prize winner Susanne Brorson.
Created as part of the project Sommer der Künste – Villa Massimo zu Gast in Stuttgart.

10 am and 3 pm
Artist Talk with Susanne Brorson

Partners:

Architekturgalerie am Weißenhof, Augustinum Stuttgart-Killesberg, Bismarckturm Bürgerverein Killesberg, Brenzkirche,  Höhenpark Killesberg, Killesbergbahn im Höhenpark, Killesberghöhe, Staatliche Akademie der Bildenden Künste Stuttgart und Theodor-Heuss-Haus.

18.07.2024-21.07.2024
Art Festival
Sommer der Künste – Villa Massimo zu Gast in Stuttgart
18.07.2024-21.07.2024

Thursday, 18 July 2024 – Sunday, 22 July 2024

SOMMER DER KÜNSTE – Villa Massimo zu Gast in Stuttgart
18 artists at 8 locations

The Roman summer arrives in Stuttgart. The German Academy of Rome Villa Massimo is presenting itself in Baden-Württemberg for the first time. Two academic years will be showing their works created in Rome or especially for the presentation in Stuttgart. This weekend’s programme ranges from concerts, readings and exhibitions to guided tours, panel discussions and installations in public spaces.

The PROGRAMME of all institutions can be found here
or as a download: Flyer_Sommer der Künste_Web

 

The architect and Rome Prize winner SUSANNE BRORSON is showing her work saisonaler salon (Bruckmannweg 10) in the WEISSENHOF ESTATE. And in the Weissenhofwerkstatt im Haus Mies van der Rohe she will show more of her work in the exhibition seasonal spontaneous.

saisonaler salon
Rome, Stuttgart, Rügen, Riga: the saisonaler salon by architect Susanne Brorson will stop off at these locations on its journey. The saisonaler salon is a pavilion that focuses on experimental and circular building with renewable raw materials. The architect clads the modular wooden structure ever more densely with grasses and materials that she collects on site. In hot Rome, grasses from the Villa Massimo garden are used as sun protection on the roof. In Stuttgart, the open side surfaces are given a weatherproof façade cladding with material that Brorson harvests in the region and on the exhibition site. On the island of Rügen, it will be set afloat and then connect two architecture faculties in Riga as part of the Floating Campus. Follow the journey of the saisonaler salon on Instagram

 

OPENING of SOMMER DER KÜNSTE

Thursday, 18 July 2024, 6 pm
At the Kunstmuseum Stuttgart (Kleiner Schloßplatz 1)

 

18 ARTISTS
Rompreisträger:innen 2022/23 and 2023/24:
Ondřej Adámek (Komponist)
Yael Bartana (Bildende Künstlerin)
Oscar Bianchi (Komponist)
Susanne Brorson (Architektin)
Danica Dakić (Bildende Künstlerin),
Liza Dieckwisch (Bildende Künstlerin)
Manaf Halbouni (Bildender Künstler)
Kristof Magnusson (Schriftsteller)
Olga Martynova (Schriftstellerin)
Bjørn Melhus (Bildender Künstler)
Marko Nikodijević (Komponist)
Katerina Poladjan (Schriftstellerin)
Arne Rautenberg (Schriftsteller)
Marcus Schmickler (Komponist)
SOWATORINI Landschaft (Landschaftsarchitekten)
Alfredo Thiermann (Architekt)
Stefan Vogel (Bildender Künstler)
Fabian A. Wagner (Architekt)

8 INSTITUTIONS
Architekturgalerie am Weißenhof
BDA Baden-Württemberg
Kunstmuseum Stuttgart
Literaturhaus Stuttgart
Musik der Jahrhunderte
Staatsgalerie
Universität Stuttgart
Weissenhofmuseum im Haus Le Corbusier

18.07.2024-21.07.2024
Free admission Weissenhofmuseum
Opening weekend “Sommer der Künste”
18.07.2024-21.07.2024

From 18-22 July we celebrate in Stuttgart

SOMMER DER KÜNSTE – Villa Massimo zu Gast in Stuttgart
18 Künstler:innen, 8 Institutionen

The German Academy of Rome Villa Massimo is presenting itself in Baden-Württemberg for the first time. Two academic years will be showing their works created in Rome or especially for the presentation in Stuttgart. This weekend’s programme ranges from concerts, readings and exhibitions to guided tours, panel discussions and installations in public spaces.

To mark the opening weekend, we are offering free admission to the Weissenhofmuseum im Haus Le Corbusier, the Weissenhof Werkstatt im Haus Mies van der Rohe and the Bruckmannweg 10 property from 18-21 July 2024.

The architect and Rome Prize winner Susanne Brorson will be exhibiting her work saisonaler salon and her exhibition seasonal spontaneous at the Weissenhofsiedung.

The PROGRAMME of all institutions can be found here
or as a download: Flyer_Sommer der Künste_Web