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Dear friends and visitors of museum FLUXUS+,
Due to the high Corona case numbers, museums are to be closed for 14 days. Of course, this is prolonged as long as the incidence number remains so high.
We hope to be able to open the doors again in mid-April!
and are already looking forward to it - the team of museum FLUXUS+
Welcome! The museum FLUXUS+, a museum of modern and contemporary art, specialises in the Fluxus movement. With its large private collection of works by Wolf Vostell and other contemporary artists, the museum FLUXUS+ is a unique institution within the museum and art scene of Berlin, Potsdam and the surrounding area.
The museum's diverse temporary exhibitions, regular music events and art mediation programme support the cultural development of the region and offer eye-opening insights into the much discussed art of the Fluxus movement as well as contemporary art.
The permanent exhibition encompasses works from private collections, including correspondence, photographs, books, catalogues, magazines, films, videos, objects, performance relics, artists’ multiples, installations and tableaux.
The focal point of the collection is an extensive display of artworks by Wolf Vostell, a pioneer of the Fluxus movement. The artworks are organised in thematic sections and provide a comprehensive overview of phases, themes and techniques in Vostell's œuvre, starting with his early pieces of which many are not well known.
The "plus" in museum FLUXUS+ stands for its inclusion of related styles and artists like Arman, Christo, Hains, Lebel, Niki de Saint-Phalle and Ann Noël. Finally, the works of four contemporary artists complete the display of the private collection. They offer an outlook on a modern-day interpretation of the Fluxus maxim “art is life, life is art”.
"In der Vergangenheit haben die meisten Leute gemeint, nicht zu wissen, was Fluxus ist. Sie täuschten sich. Nun beginnen schon einige Leute zu sagen, sie wissen ganz genau, was Fluxus ist. Die täuschen sich natürlich genauso..."