»Untitled, MAK 01«, 2012 by Krüger & Pardeller.

The Kiss“, 2007/2010 by Maria Anwander. French kiss on wall and museum label.

»Maternity Leave«, 23rd April 2011 – 23rd April 2012, by Lenka Clayton.

The Guerrilla Girls at the Feminist Future Symposium, 2007 at MoMA.

»Mirroring the Musée«, 2009 by Adad Hannah.


»Cherubim/Allegory of Love«, 2006 by Sarah Lucas.

»Casa Museo1«, 2010 by Philip Wiegard.

“Conatus: Night of the Dancer”, 2009 by Boris Achour. Video.

»Untitled (Vandalized Paintings)«, a slideshow by Lance Wakeling.

»Islands (2)«, 1996, 72 lightboxes by Jaume Plensa.

»Untitled (Wall Painting for Seattle Art Museum)«, 2008 by Richard Jackson.

»Intact«, 2008, original diagram of a museum display case, glass shelving and bought, found and borrowed artifacts by Lenka Clayton.

Freely downloadable hi-res photographs by Hans Aarsman.

“Measuring the Universe”, 2007 by Roman Ondák. People visiting the exhibition are offered to be measured by museum attendants.

No. 3 from the series “A Space Formerly Known as a Museum“, 2007 by Nina Fischer & Maroan el Sani.

»Moma highlights«, 2007 by Sid Gomez Hildawa.

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»North Korean Pointing Stick(s)«, 2008 by Lenka Clayton. Original North Korean pointing stick replicated eleven times. The second image shows the original stick in use by a museum tour guide in the Museum of the Victorious Fatherland – Pyongyang, North Korea.


“AdosAdos”, 2007 by Maider López.

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The opening of Andrea Fraser’s retrospective on 9. 11. 2003 at the Kunstverein in Hamburg. The video shows Fraser stripping while quoting from speeches given by critics, collectors, curators, politicians, and artists at openings, awards ceremonies, and other art events. She recites famous artists ranging from Mel Brooks and Thomas Hirschhorn to Shirin Neshat, Ross Bleckner, Francesco Clemente, Vanessa Beecroft, Damien Hirst, Chris Ofili, Tracey Emin, and Kara Walker.

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»Barnens Konstmuseum« by Medium. The studio Meduim (Jake Ford, Martin Frostner and Lisa Olausson) was invited by Jacob Dahlgren to design an art museum for children. The scaled down building is currently exhibited in the main gallery at Västerås Konstmuseum, Sweden.

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