Innen Stadt Aussen


Olafur Eliasson – The blind pavilion, 2003

If you have seen giant mirrors being driven through the city lately or a strange bike with mirror wheels standing around at the one or other corner in Mitte, then chances are high you actually saw the Danish-Icelandic artist and UdK professor Olafur Eliasson at work. His conceptual work is mainly focused on light, which of course also includes reflection. On April 28 he openes his first solo exhibition in Berlin at Martin-Gropius-Bau with the title Innen Stadt Außen. Part of it is also The blind pavillion, a bizzare and futuristic architectual construction that you can at the Pfaueninsel now until October. More of his work and the details after the jump.


Olafur Eliasson – Your new bike (Urania), 2010


Olafur Eliasson – Suney, 1995, Photo: Marcus Keibel

Innen Stadt Außen

Olafur Eliasson

28.04.-01.05.2010, 10-24h

02.05.-09.08.2010, 10-20h

Opening 28.04.2010 (free entry)


Niederkirchnerstraße 7

10963 Berlin

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