The program of special events for Garage members continues with a preview of new exhibitions on March 7.
This spring, Garage presents three exhibition projects. Rasheed Araeen. A retrospective shows six decades of work by the seminal practitioner and critic of Western modernism, who has had a profound influence on generations of artists, writers, and thinkers around the world.
The Human as a Frame for a Landscape by Russian artist, writer, musician, and art theorist Pavel Pepperstein brings together over eighty works from private and public collections as well as a selection of documents from Garage Archive.
Bureau des transmissions encourages visitors to envisage the museum as an incubator for new art and a platform for educational experiments. The project creates a space for cooperation where each visitor can join an art experiment in exchanging and interpreting knowledge and creating new meaning.
To learn more about the projects, visitors can join one of the overview tours running in the afternoon and evening. A special menu will be available at Garage Café and limited-edition souvenirs at Garage Bookshop. The Rooftop Pavilion will be open to Garage members and their guests and a surprise will await them in the bar menu.
Membership benefits include free priority entry to exhibitions for one year and discounts on tours, education courses, screenings and concerts as well as on all purchases at Garage Bookshop and Garage Café. The full list of benefits depends on the membership level. You can find out more and purchase a membership card at the information stand and online.